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高考英语选修6 Unit 3单元复习题  

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 高考英语选修6  Unit 3单元复习题

 

  新人教版高三英语测试28 选修6  Unit 3 A  healthy  life
Part one :单选
1.The Greens have  __________  their garage into a guest house.
A. Transformed                 B. transmitted
C. Transported                  D. Translated
2. His casual clothes were not ________for such a formal occasion.
ready      B. good        C. special           D. Appropriate
3. He has got _______money from his uncle.
A. a large amount of                       B. loads of
C. a load of                                D. All above
4. —It can’t be too worse.
—Just __________, things will turn out to be better so long as you don’t stop trying.
A. be all right                    B. take your time
C. ignore it                      D. take it easy
5. Can you spare me some paper? Mine             .
A. has run out                   B. has used up
C. has run out of                 D. is run out
6. Everyone in our class likes Mary because she is good at telling and                 jokes.
A. turning up                 B. putting up
C. making up                 D. showing up
7. He accidentally           he had quarreled with his wife and that he hadn’t been home for a couple of weeks.
A. let out                           B. took care
C. made sure                       D. made out
8. It is your own fault that you are so tired. You oughtn’t to have  so late.
A. stayed up                            B. woke up
C. made up                             D. turned up
9.  When           help, one often says “Thank you.” or “It’s kind of you.”
Offering         B. to offer          C. to be offered          D. Offered
10. If he ______ my advice, he wouldn't have lost his job.
A. followed                                    B. should follow
C. had followed                              D. would follow
11. —Mr.Smith is no longer the man who he used to be.
—So he is.Success and wealth have ________ his character.
A.trained         B.translated
C.transported                            D.transformed
12. Mr.Black’s formal style of speaking was appropriate ________the occasion.
A.in           B.with
C.at                                             D.to
13. The workers are loading the goods________a car,that is,they’re loading the car________goods.
A.with;with     B.into;into
C.into;with                  D.with;into
14. —I feel nervous before the exam.
—________.It won’t be too difficult for you to pass.
A.Take it easily        B.Take things easy
C.Take your time       D.Take things easily
15. —Could you turn the TV down a little bit?
—________.Is it disturbing you?
A.Take it easy  B.I’m sorryC.Not a bit  D.It depends
16. —I’m sorry to keep you waiting.I’ll make short of this.
—________.I’m not in a hurry.
A.Take it easy B.Take your time  C.Not at all  D.Do as you like
17. —I’m still working on my project.
—Oh,you’ll miss the deadline.Time is________.
A.running out        B.going out
C.giving out           D.losing out
18. —Do you think we should accept that offer?
—Yes,we should,for we________such bad luck up till now,and time________out.
A.have had;is running   B.had;is running
C.have;has been run  D.have had;has been run
19. American Indians ________ about five percent of the US population.
A.fill up         B.bring up
C.make up                D.set up
20. It suddenly occurred to Anne that money couldn’t ______ all that Bob had suffered in the past five years.
A.make up for              B.look up to
C.put up with               D.fit in with
21. John received an invitation to dinner,and with his work________,he gladly accepted it.
A.finished        B.finishing
C.having finished                    D.was finished
22. )With the college entrance examination________near,both the parents and the students are more and more anxious.
A.draws                    B.drawn
C.drawing                D.is drawing
23. The living room is clean and tidy,with a dining table already ________for a meal to be cooked.
A.laid                     B.laying
C.to lay                  D.being laid
24. Jack had no confidence and courage at that time.That was the reason ________he gave up the plan.
A.why        B.when
C.what                D.how
25. Is this the reason ________at the meeting for his carelessness in his work?
A.he explained  B.what he explained
C.how he explained   D.why he explained
Part two :完型填空
When I smoked with my family, I would feel so   26   and good that nothing else in the world seemed so   27 . I thought that smoking weed (烟草) was okay since many of my family members and people at my school smoked.   28  ever happened to them. 29   I started smoking weed a lot more during lunch and after school. I never thought   30   of it. At that time I just wanted to smoke. Then I began to  31 in school. I would   32  classes, come home late and spend all my money. I would spend 33   8 to 18 dollars a day. I never thought  34  that marijuana (大麻) had a bad effect on those things. Maybe my coming to class high (神智恍惚) was the reason why I was failing or coming home late. As I continued to smoke marijuana, I began to notice that I would always have the strong desire to smoke and that I would get   35   cigarettes if I smoked those, but I don’t.   36 I have learned more about marijuana, I have   37  the amount of marijuana that I use. I don’t want marijuana to be the most important in my life. I’m not smoking every day, and not spending as much money. Since I have   38   on my habit, I am 39   more money. I’m ready to go back to school and do good, so that I can make myself 40 . Everyone is always saying how weed   41  your mind and how it solves problems. I think it only brings more   42 . Marijuana is not good for your body or your brain. I’m not trying to tell you not to smoke, I’m just letting you know that marijuana can be   43   to your health, and 44   it may cause some long term negative (负面的) effects. Help yourself now, before it is too late. I don’t want to lecture anyone, just   45   my experience with you.
26. A. worried      B. relaxed          C. disappointed         D. moved
27. A. important        B. common           C. interesting          D. funny
28. A. something        B. Everything       C. Nothing          D. Anything
29. A. By the way       B. Now and then         C. In my opinion  D. For a time
30. A. too much         B. a little             C. too often        D. any more
31. A. get ahead        B. fall behind          C. come across      D. make up
32. A. give             B. have                 C. attend           D. cut
33. A. at least         B. at most          C. no more than     D. as little as
34. A. once             B. twice            C. again            D. further
35. A. used to      B. paid for             C. lost in          D. ready for
36. A. as if            B. Even if          C. Now that         D. As long as
37. A. reduced      B. increased            C. bought           D. continued
38. A. broken down B. cut down             C. turned off       D. cut off
39. A. wasting      B. spending             C. making           D. saving
40. A. less             B. more             C. better           D. worse
41. A. excites          B. fills            C. repairs          D. destroys
42. A. problems         B. pleasure         C. convenience      D. excitements
43. A. helpful          B. useful           C. dangerous            D. strange
44. A. in the beginning B. in the distance C. in the long run  D. in the past
45. A. tell             B. explain          C. regret               D. share
Part three :阅读理解      
A 篇

There are hundreds of expressions of words using “hand” in the English language. Let us examine some of the expressions that use “hand”.
We will get a hand in this way. “To get a hand in” is to begin a job, to begin to know something about it. When we learn completely, we will be able to do it hands down. If we do the job well, we may end up with the upper hand. On the other hand, if the situation gets out of hand, it is out of control.
We must consider another way of expressing phrase---- to hand it to someone. For example, I must hand it to you for understanding what we have discussed this far. You can also lend a hand to someone but without really giving up your hand. You lend a hand when you help someone. If someone is kind enough to lend us a hand then we surely do not want to bite the hand that feeds us. We do not want to repay his kindness by treating him badly.
Now, we have a free hand to continue examining other “hand” expressions. It means you are free to act without getting permission from someone else.
Maybe you can find a friend who wants to take a hand in our project. It would have to be someone who was interested in these expressions. Your friend may want to work hand in glove with us. That is good because that means he wants to work as closely with us as a glove covers the hand. Of course, there is a danger that he may look at our project and decide to take it in hand. That means he wants to tale it over. If that happens, we may throw up our hands because the situation seams hopeless. In fact, we may decide that it is time for us to end this project to wash our hands of “ hand” expressions.
 
46.We are ready to do a certain job, we may say; Let’s ______________.
  A. get out of hand                       B. get a hand in
  C. lend a hand                            D. take a hand in
47.Which of the following has an unpleasant meaning?
  A. Hands down                          B. bite the hand that feeds us
  C. take a hand in                        D. hand in glove
48.Something is so easy to do. So you can do it____________.
  A. hands down                          B. on the other hand
  C. the upper hand                      D. hand in glove
49.What is the writer’s purpose in writing the passage?
  A. To tell us the fact that there are many phrases with “hands”.
  B. To prove the importance of the word “ hand ”.
  C. To tell us some phrases with “ hand ”.
  D. To make us laugh.
B篇

If there is one thing I’m quite sure about, it is that in a hundred years from now we still be reading newspapers. Not those newspapers are a necessity. Even now some people get most of the news from the television or have the radio switched on in the background or in the car. Many buy a paper only on Saturday or Sunday. But for most people a newspaper has become a habit passed down from generation to generation.
The basic British character won’t change, and one of the characteristics of the British is that we don’t much like talking to each other when we get up. So what better way is there to keep yourself thinking in the morning than to wrap yourself in a newspaper?
Over the past couple of centuries, human beings have developed a close relationship with the newspaper. It has become as natural as breathing or enjoying the sun. And it is not just the British who love newspapers. On suburban trains in Calcutta, for instance, just one person in the whole car will buy a newspaper and read aloud the best bits to his fellow passengers, much to everybody’s enjoyment.
The nature of what is news may change. What essentially (本质上) makes news is what affects our lives and the big political stories, the coverage of the wars, earthquakes and other disasters, will continue much the same. I think there will be more coverage of scientific research, though. It’s already happening in areas that may directly affect our lives, like genetic engineering. In the future I think there will be more coverage of scientific explanations of why we feel as we do, whether it’s love or depression. We develop a better understanding of how the brain operates and what our feelings really are.
It’s quite possible that in the next century newspaper will be transmitted electronically from the national equivalents of Fleet Street (伦敦的舰队街,以报馆集中而著称) and printed out in our own homes. In fact, I’m pretty sure that that is how it will happen in future. You’ll be probably selecting from a menu, making up your own bespoke newspaper by picking out the things you want to read and say. You might even have an intelligent screening device (装置) to do the job for you.
I think people have got it wrong when they talk about the competition between the different media. They actually have a relationship, feeding off each other. It was once predicted that television would kill off newspapers, which hasn’t happened. What is read on the printed page is more enduring (持久的) than pictures on a flickering screen or sound lost in the sky. And as for the Internet, it’s never really satisfying to read something just on a screen.
 
50. The author of the passage is most probably from _______________.
   A. Russia       B. India        C. Britain       D. America
51. According to the passage, the future of newspapers ____________.
   A. will be mainly connected with scientific research
   B. will report more important political activities
   C. will directly cover more on scientific research
   D. will build a bridge between different people
52. The underlined part “bespoke newspaper” of the passage probably refers to _____________.
A. a newspaper which dares to report the truth
B. a newspaper edited to one’s own interest
C. a newspaper edited and published for the public
D. a newspaper which only covers the life of family members
53. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. It was centuries ago that newspapers came into being  .
B. Televisions have taken the place of newspapers .
C. The Internet will gradually take the place of newspapers.
D. The nature of news may remain the same over generations.

 

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