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高考英语Book4 Module 4单元考试题  

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 高考英语Book4  Module 4单元考试题

 

Class:        Name:        Marks:        满分(120)
一、单项填空 (共15小题; 每小题1分, 满分15分)
1. We all worry about the famous dancer who has recently been diagnosed        cancer.
 A. with B. in C. by D. on
2. All the cash crop       before we placed an order.
 A. is exported     B. has been exported  
 C. will be exported D. had been exported
3.You’d better calm down and think of a solution as quickly as possible! That’s the key        our project successfully.
 A. to finish B. to finishing    C. finishing D. finish
4. — I only got 20 percent of the answers right. That means one in every five.
 —       You’ll do better next time.
 A. Never mind!    B. Congratulations!
 C. No way!        D. Keep cool!
5. The baby’s room can be        to a study room when he grows up and goes to school.
 A. compared B. composed C. congested D. converted
6. The problem of the polluted river        right away to prevent possible danger to the local people.
 A. should be solved B. should have been solved
 C. may be solved  D. might have been solved
7. Whether to find a job or continue to study seems to be a(n)        topic of conversations among graduates.
 A. informal B. staple C. personal D. generous
8. John made a joyful living        writing articles for a local magazine.
 A. by B. in C. to  D. with
9. Making our world        better place to live in is        most important thing we can do.
 A. a ; a B. the ; a  C. a ; the D. the ; the
10. Please turn the radio off immediately,       it will wake the sleeping baby up.
 A. and B. or C. but D. so
11. I’m really sorry to have        so much of your time.
 A. brought in B. taken in C. taken up D. brought up
12. Elizabeth,       is a girl of strong character, is willing to do the hardest job all by herself.
 A. who B. whose C. which D. when
13. You can’t just blame the bus driver alone. He is only        responsible for the car accident.
 A. seriously B. simply C. equally D. partly
14. I like this city, and the water here seems to taste sweeter than        in my hometown.
 A. one B. it C. that D. this
15. This kind of fruit not only sells well on the local market, but is also        to many countries at the same time.
 A. exploited B. exported C. explored D. exploded
二、完形填空 (共20小题; 每小题1分, 满分20分)
On Sundays my father always wore that dull gray apron after breakfast when Dad always announced, “Go ahead everyone. I’ll take care of the dishes!”
I suppose it was strange for a boy’s father to  16  an apron, but I never thought  17  of it until the day that Dad  18  with tradition. It was the last Sunday in August. My father seemed in an expansive mood as we walked  19  from church together.
“Tommy,” he said letting my name roll off his tongue. “There comes a time in every boy’s life when he must take on  20 .”  
“Responsibilities?” I asked.
“Yes. It’s  21  that you took a greater role in the household. Starting today, I want you to do the dishes on Sunday morning  22  your mother and I can work the crossword puzzle together.”
“The dishes?”
“Anything  23  with taking over the dishes, my son?”
I started to say  24  about a man’s job or woman’s work, but I knew immediately that my  25  would fall on deaf ears.
I didn’t taste a bit of breakfast that morning. Dad seemed in a merry mood as he  26  an exceptional Yankee game on the radio last night.
Suddenly, everything grew  27 . My father announced, “Let’s go on to read the paper.”
“Aren’t you doing the  28 ?” my mother asked anxiously.
“Your oldest son has generously offered to fill the  29 .”
“I want you to have this, Tommy. It’ll  30  your clothes from getting wet.” And  31  I could say a protest, he had put the thing on me. “Thanks, my son. Your mother and I  32  this.”
With that he  33  into the Sunday paper. I looked down at the plastic. It had seen better days. I could see my dad reaching for the dishes. The dark angel flew  34 . Soon I was singing about Mrs. Murphy’s chowder. The words came out of nowhere. And out of nowhere I knew the kind of man I  35  to be.
16. A. share    B. wear           C. dress        D. hold    
17. A. many      B. any            C. little        D. much   
18. A. broke    B. promised       C. showed     D. read    
19. A. school   B. business        C. home        D. class   
20. A. worries      B. responsibilities   C. abilities     D. faults   
21. A. time       B. room           C. effort       D. money   
22. A. because  B. so               C. but         D. for    
23. A. wrong         B. good         C. beneficial     D. right   
24. A. everything       B. something       C. anything    D. nothing    
25. A. discussions     B. judgement       C. excitement   D. protests   
26. A. declared         B. pretended        C. described    D. admitted   
27. A. quiet    B. empty         C. cheerful     D. noisy     
28. A. manners         B. dishes        C. atmospheres  D. friends  
29. A. environment   B. role         C. status       D. position   
30. A. keep           B. put               C. leave       D. make   
31. A. after       B. until           C. before       D. while   
32. A. regret          B. appreciate      C. dislike      D. focus   
33. A. disappeared    B. returned      C. existed     D. pretended   
34. A. back      B. on             C. off         D. in     
35. A. refused  B. ordered       C. believed  D. wanted
三、阅读理解 (共20小题; 每小题2分, 满分40分)
A
Much has been written about body language during a job interview. Experts from across many fields are full of advice on just how to present your best performance in an interview using conscious (自觉的) body language choices. While many of these experts say there is a “secret” system for making the most of an interview, the reality is that most of them focus on a few general types of behaviors that have the greatest effect during a job interview.
Entering the interview location — Your walk should be active and confident. Keep your shoulders straight, head up, and make eye contact with the people around you. Maintain (保持) an active facial expression and be confident when shaking hands and greeting people to whom you are introduced.
During the interview — Sit in a straight and attentive posture. Never let your shoulders drop or your head hang down, but rather keep your head up and make eye contact with the interviewers. Don’t play with any papers or notes you have in front of you, and don’t lean (倚靠) your arms heavily on the table. Keep your body position open and make eye contact while listening to and answering questions.
Leaving the interview location — No matter how you feel about your performance during the interview, carry yourself with confidence till you leave the interview location. Be confident when shaking hands and making eye contact as you say goodbye, and keep your body posture straight as you walk all the way to your car.
Remember, the more you make active and confident body language a part of your daily life, the more it becomes a habit that follows you wherever you go.
36. We can learn from the text that the “secret” system mainly refers to      .
 A. body language   B. habits
 C. language skills  D. advice
37. A proper posture in an interview is to      .
 A. keep your head up                   B. sit in a relaxed way
 C. hold a piece of paper                 D. lean your arms on the table
38. During the interview, which of the following is NOT mentioned?
 A. Eye contact.                   B. Clothing style.
 C. Sitting posture.   D. Facial expression.
39. What’s the purpose of the text?
 A. To show the general steps of an interview.
 B. To explain the meaning of body language.
 C. To persuade people to use more body language.
 D. To give advice on how to carry yourself in an interview.
40. It can be inferred from the text that      .
 A. knowledge plays a key role in an interview
 B. active body language helps a lot in an interview
 C. advice from experts makes a good result in an interview
 D. communication skills are necessary for a good interview
B
I was born in Rockville, Maryland into an immigrant (移民的) family that came to America from Mainland China in the 1940’s. Last summer, I was in Beijing to work at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
For 20 years I was regarded as Chinese or Asian in America. So answering the question “Where are you from?” in China with “United States” was a little uncomfortable, sometimes for both sides. Some co-workers were surprised at my use of chopsticks and my taste for Chinese food, as if being “American” could only mean eating at McDonald’s.
Luckily, I was not always looked on as an American. One afternoon, I took a bus back to my apartment. A local (当地人) was talking with a white American in English. When the American got up at his stop, I took his seat and heard the local’s conversation with a friend sitting on the other side of her. The local told her friend she often talked with foreigners and that was the best way to learn spoken English. Meanwhile, I sat there and wanted to tell her that an American was still next to her. 
Then I received a call from a friend about meeting up to watch Peking Opera the next day. When I hung up my cellphone, the woman sitting next to me asked for how long I had been learning English in order to speak it that well. She was a bit disappointed at my answer that I was born in the US, but the question led to an interesting conversation on language learning.   
41. Why did the author come to China last year?
 A. To learn Chinese.              B. To do a job in China.
 C. To learn more about China.      D. To help Chinese learn English.
42. From the second paragraph we can learn that the author      .
 A. liked McDonald’s food         B. knew some Chinese culture
 C. didn’t like the life in China      D. didn’t come from the US 
43. The local talked with the white American mainly to      .
 A. spread Western culture             B. discuss how to learn Chinese 
 C. ask how to go somewhere           D. practice spoken English 
44. When the author was telephoning, the local thought he was       .
 A. a Chinese who spoke English well B. an American who worked in China
 C. a Japanese who could speak English   D. a local who liked Peking Opera  
45. Which of the following would be the best title of the text?
 A. Why do I love Beijing so much?       B. More American than Americans
 C. A Chinese-American in China          D. Is English the global language?
C
When I started teaching at school, I was sure I would change the world and touch children who needed love. 
Although my students seemed to respond pretty well to my teaching, there was a small group of girls who became more and more hostile (敌对的) towards me.
One day a fight happened in my classroom. Attempting to end it, I stepped in (居中调停) to face one of these hostile young women, who started hitting me in the face. Two boys jumped up to control the girl, but the damage was done.
While the girl was suspended (暂时停学) for a few days, I was determined that she would not return to my classroom. But I also prayed. I wanted to see all the students right there in my daily work at school.
On the top of my daily lesson-plan book, I wrote this statement, “To see all the children in my classroom is always beautiful.” With this view I could expect to heal any anger towards the girl in my heart.
After her suspension, she returned to my classroom. The student’s young mother was trying to raise six children while her husband was away in the war. The mother and I agreed to work together to help her oldest daughter.
There were no more incidents of anger the rest of the year. In fact, in the seven years I remained at that school, I taught all six of this family’s children. When the youngest was in my class, the mother told me, “Our family loves you. Every year one of my kids says, ‘I hope I’m in her class!’”
The standard of seeing each of my students as a perfect one was the best teaching tool I had, and led to success.
46. At the beginning of teaching, the author       .
 A. was full of confidence in herself        
 B. doubted if she could be a good teacher
 C. was sure to win love from her students
 D. decided to change her students’ life
47. What happened in the author’s class one day?
 A. A girl fought with two boys.    
 B. She was hit by a girl.
 C. She hit a girl in the face.       
 D. Her class was troubled by several girls.
48. How was the girl punished?
 A. She was sent to another class.        
 B. She was driven out of school at once.
 C. She had to stay at home for a few days.
 D. She was beaten heavily by her mother.
49. When the girl returned to school,      .
 A. she apologized to the author              B. she took her mother to school
 C. the author was still angry with her       D. the author treated her with love
50. It can be inferred from the text that      .
 A. the author got along better with boys 
 B. the author tried to let the girl come to her class
 C. the girl’s mother was very thankful to the author at last
 D. all the six kids of the woman are hard to teach
D
Nowadays everybody seems to think that they know English. Many people speak it but few speak it really well. Practice is essential in speaking English well.
Reading is one of the things that will help you to speak English better. Read whenever you can and whatever you like! Read papers and visit Internet sites that you like in English every day. Gradually, you will see that the number of known words is increasing and you are able to speak with more skills. Then you will have made the foundations (基础) and a good basis of English. It is not advisable to stop and get stuck there.
Going to England or an English-speaking country is a good choice, but many people cannot afford it. If you cannot go, reading and speaking with your friends will also help you to practice your English. However, I think that it is very good to visit some English-speaking country to see and test your knowledge in everyday life. You will feel the everyday usage of the language in its natural environment. There your level of English is going to improve even faster. Your ability to speak English is better. Nothing can match the excitement and happiness when a native speaker tells you that your English is very good!
Finally, in order to speak English well, you must be persistent (坚持的) and do it every day. It is like playing the piano. Pianists play it every day and so should you. Practice, practice! Read, write and improve your language skills and you are on your way when you will be able to speak it with more and more confidence! Let it be fun and entertaining!
51. According to the text, what may make the author excited?
 A. Reading papers and visiting Internet sites.         B. Having a good basis of English.
 C. Going to an English-speaking country.    
 D. A native speaker’s praise.
52. What does the author suggest doing about reading?
 A. Trying to enlarge your vocabulary.       
 B. Keeping on reading when you have time.
 C. Stopping when you have a good basis of English.
 D. Looking up every unknown word when reading.
53. In the author’s eyes, the essential way to improve your speaking skill is      .
 A. practicing    B. going abroad  C. reading   D. writing
54. What does speaking English have common with playing the piano?
 A. Both need much practice.           B. Both are fun and entertaining.
 C. Both need great confidence.         D. Both need good teachers.
55. Which of the following could be the best title of the text?
 A. How to improve your language skills
 B. How to speak English well
 C. Speaking English     
 D. Practice, practice!
四、书面表达 (共两节,满分45分)
第一节  阅读表达 (共5小题;每小题3分,满分15分)
International volunteering does not only mean helping people who are in need. There are also some animals that need voluntary help. Compared to humans, animals are luckier because they do not know how to express their emotions (情感). They do not know how to express what they want and they do not know how to express what makes them hurt. Some people may think that volunteering to help animals is hard; it may be true but _________.
If you volunteer to help animals in China, you can help support the endangered (濒危的) species of pandas. The country of Costa Rica offers a sea turtle conservation area (保护区). You can work on the pacific coasts or in the Caribbean and save one of the most unusual creatures in the world, the sea turtles. But if you want thrills and adventures, you can volunteer to help feed those rare white lions in the Lion Park in Johannesburg, a city of South Africa and have fun with other wild animals. You can also go to Guayaquil, Ecuador where international volunteer programs have been offered include helping animals like crocodiles. Volunteering in Malaysia is a great experience too. Taking good care of the orangutans (猩猩), feeding them right and saving them from any illness are just some of the things you can do. Aside from the countries being mentioned above, you can also volunteer in some other countries that have the same volunteer program being offered.
56. List three countries that can offer animals volunteer jobs and the endangered animals there: (Please answer within 15 words.)
                                                            
57. Translate the underlined sentence in this text into Chinese.
                                                            
58. Fill in the blank with proper words or phrases. (Please answer within 8 words.)
                                                            
59. Which sentence in the text can be replaced by the following one?
  Besides these countries, all the countries joining the volunteer program can offer animal volunteer jobs.
                                                            
60. Do you agree that animals are luckier than human beings? And why? (Please answer within 30 words.)
                                                           
第二节  写作 (满分30分)
假设你校的“English Corner”要组织一次题为“My favorite scientist”的演讲活动,请根据下列关于科学家赵九章的内容要点写一篇120词左右的演讲稿。
1. 生于1907年,卒于1968年,是著名物理学家,中国第一颗人造卫星设计者之一。
2. 1933年毕业于清华大学,1935年赴柏林大学学习气象学(meteorology),1938年获得博士学位。
3. 一生致力于物理学和中国的气象研究,获得多项奖励。
4. 热爱和关注中国科技发展,为中国培养了大批优秀的年轻科学家。


参考答案:
1-15   ADBAD     ABACB     CADCB  
16-35   BDACB     ABABD     CABDA     CBACD  
36-55   AABDB     BBDAC    ABCDC   DBAAB
56. Pandas in China; sea turtles in Costa Rica; white lions in South Africa; crocodiles in Ecuador; orangutans in Malaysia (任选三个).
57. 国际志愿工作不仅仅意味着只帮助那些需要帮助的人。
58. it is also very important/ it is also worthy
59. Aside from the countries being mentioned above you can also volunteer in some other countries that have the same volunteer program.
60. Yes.Because animals don’t know how to express their emotions, don’t know how to express what they want and don’t know how to express what makes them hurt. /Yes. They can not speak and they are weak compared to human’s power.
One possible version:
Hello, everyone! My favorite scientist is Zhao Jiuzhang, who was a great physicist and also one of the designers of China’s first man-made satellite. He was born in 1907 and died in 1968. In 1933, he graduated from Tsinghua University and two years later he went to study meteorology in Berlin University. After 3 years’ hard work, he received his doctor’s degree. When he returned to China, he devoted all his life to physics and the research of climate, receiving a lot of awards. Besides, he was deeply concerned with the development of science and technology in China and helped train many excellent young scientists for the country. In a word, he is such a great scientist that he will be remembered by people forever. That’s all. Thank you!


 

 

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