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高考英语选修7Unit 3 Under the sea 单元复习题  

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高考英语选修7Unit 3 Under the sea 单元复习题 

 

新人教版高三英语测试33 选修7Unit 3 Under the sea
Part one :单选
______ when I’ve been a bit short of money.
A.sent;out       B.driven;off
C.helped;out     D.pulled;in
3. The passengers had a chat with the college students______
as conductors during the summer vacation.
A.help out     B.helped out
C.to help out     D.helping out
4. Most parents are not ________ the danger of their babies’eating jelly,which causes most unfortunate incidents to happen.
A.well aware to      B.very aware of
C.aware that       D.well aware of
5. You have no idea how she finished the relay race________her foot wounded so much.
A.for          B.when
C.with      D.while
6. Many people          the car accident, so it was not difficult to investigate.          
Witnessed  B.  Harnessed  C.  Swallowed  D.  Drugged
7. The captain urged his team            make greater effort.                        A.With        B. on             C. of              D. To
8. As time goes on, fewer and fewer old men are         in the countryside.                        
A. Abandon                  B. to abandon
C. Abandoning             D. being abandoned
9. I was so angry that I         on him.                          
A. hung down              B. hung up
C. hanged on               D. hang back
10. Summertime       out neat, belted cotton dresses and a hat pulled low over her sunglasses.               
A.Took    B. brought    C. carried    D. turned
11. _______ enough money for his schooling, Tom worked part-time in a supermarket every evening.  
A. Making    B. Having made     C. To make          D. Made
12. The broken bike was found ___________ by the riverside.
A. abandoning   B. abandoned        C. to be abandoned    D. being abandoned
13. Mum has always made me ________ my skin problem and encouraged me to use the cream.
A. aware of      B. compared to       C. familiar with      D. accustomed to
14. My sister was very unhappy for _______ to the party.
A. having not been invited  B. not having invited   C. having not invited  D. not having been invited
15. ______ by a snake, she was frightened of it.
A. Being bitten   B. To bite  C. Having been bitten   D. Biting
16. He was annoyed for __________ outside while his wife was shopping with the key.
A. being kept  B. keeping  C. kept  D. to be kept
17. I have never eaten such _______ food before. Thank you for the treat.
A. tasteless  B. awful  C. rotten  D. tasty
18. The old man lives on a _________ after his retirement.
A. pension   B. refund  C. salary  D. wage
19. —Did Jack come back early last night? —Yes. It was not yet eight o’clock ________ he arrived home.
A. what  B. that  C. when  D. until
20. ________ different life today is from ________ was fifty years ago!
A. What a; what    B. How; what       C. What; what      D. What a; how
21. ________ the same mistakes again made his parents very angry.
A. His having made    B. He has made    C. He had making     D. His making
22. You’d better not have the light ________ all day long.
A. burning        B. burned      C. to burn              D. being burnt
23. ---What should I do with this passage?  ---____________ the main idea of each paragraph.
A. Finding out      B. Found out     C. Find out     D. To find out
24. What a pity! I missed meeting my boss at the airport because my car was _______ in the traffic jam.
A. broken up       B. kept back    C. held up    D. kept up
25. He always dreams of ________ a chance for him to go abroad for further study.
A. there being      B. there to be    C. there is    D. there be
Part two :完形填空
A young man, a student in one of our universities, was one day taking a walk with a professor, who was commonly called the students’ friend, for his kindness to those who waited on his instructions.
    As they went along, they saw   26   in the path a pair of old shoes, which they supposed to belong to a poor man who was employed in a field close by, and who had   27   finished his day’s work.
 The student   28   the professor, saying, “Let’s play the man a(n)   29 : we will hide his shoes, and we stay behind those bushes, and wait to see his   30   when he cannot find them.”
   “My young friend,” answered the professor, “we should never  31   ourselves at the expense of the poor.You are   32  , and may give yourself a much greater pleasure by means of helping the poor man.Put a  33   into each shoe, and then we will hide ourselves and watch how the   34   affects him.”
   The student did so,   35   they both placed themselves behind the bushes close by.
   The poor man soon finished his work, and came 36   the field to the path where he had left his coat and shoes.While   37   his coat he slipped his foot into one of his shoes; but feeling something   38  , he bent down to feel what it was, and found the coin.
   Astonishment and wonder were seen upon his face.He gazed upon the coin, turned it round, and looked at it again and again.He then looked around  39   on all sides, but no person was to be seen.He now put the money into his pocket, and went on to put on the other shoe; but his surprise was  40   on finding the other coin.
   His feelings   41   him; he fell upon his  42  , looked up to heaven and let out a sincere thanksgiving, in which he spoke of his wife, sick and  43  , and his children without bread, whom the timely giving, from some unknown hand, would save from dying.
   The student stood there deeply affected, his eyes filled with tears.“Now,” said the professor,
“Are you not much better pleased than if you had played your   44   trick?” The youth replied, “You have taught me a lesson which I will never forget.I feel now the  45  of those words, which I never understood before: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’”
26.A.hanging        B.lying          C.sitting        D.hiding
27.A.nearly         B.seemingly      C.closely        D.equally
28.A.looked back    B.referred to    C.turned to      D.puzzled over
29.A.fun            B.amusement      C.entertainment  D.trick
30.A.opinion        B.confusion      C.emotion        D.enthusiasm
31.A.treat          B.dedicate       C.amuse          D.occupy
32.A.healthy        B.kind           C.mean           D.rich
33.A.coin           B.penny          C.dollar         D.pound
34.A.pleasure       B.discovery      C.tiredness      D.possibility
35.A.and            B.but            C.thus           D.therefore
36.A.around         B.across         C.into           D.toward
37.A.taking on      B.looking on     C.putting on     D.hanging on
38.A.hard           B.tight          C.soft           D.loose
39.A.that           B.it             C.themselves     D.himself
40.A.folded         B.accelerated    C.doubled        D.improved
41.A.mastered       B.beat           C.betrayed       D.overcame
42.A.hands          B.knees          C.feet           D.legs
43.A.beautiful      B.merciless      C.hopeful        D.helpless
44.A.intended       B.required       C.wanted         D.interested
45.A.faith          B.fact           C.truth          D.reliability
Part three :阅读理解      
A 篇
For a while, my neighborhood was taken ever by an army of joggers(慢跑者). They were there all the time: early morning, noon, and evening. There were little old ladies in gray sweats, young couples in Adidas shoes, middle-aged men with red faces. “Come on!” My friend Alex encouraged me to join him as he jogged by my house every evening. “You’ll feel great.”
    Well, I had nothing against feeling great and if Alex could jog every day, anyone could. So I took up jogging seriously and gave it a good two months of my life, and not a day more. Based on my experience, jogging is the most overvalued form of exercise around, and judging from the number of the people who left our neighborhood jogging army. I’m not alone in my opinion.
   First of all, jogging is very hard on the body. Your legs and feet a real pounding(追击)ruining down a road for two or three miles. I developed foot, leg, and back problems. Then I read about a nationally famous jogger who died of a heart attack while jogging, and I had something else to worry about. Jogging doesn’t kill hundreds of people, but if you have any physical weaknesses, jogging will surely bring them out, as they did with me.
   Secondly, I got no enjoyment out of jogging. Putting one foot in front of the other for forty-five minutes isn’t my idea of fun. Jogging is also a lonely pastime. Some joggers say, “I love being out there with just my thoughts”Well, my thoughts began to bore me, and most of them were on how much my legs hurt.
    And how could I enjoy something that brought me pain? And that wasn’t just the first week: it was practically every day for two months. I never got past the pain level, and pain isn’t fun. What a cruel way to do it! So many other exercises, including walking, lead to almost the same results painlessly, so why jog?
   I don’t jog any more, and I don’t think I ever will. I’m walking two miles three times a week at a fast pace, and that feels good. I bicycle to work when the weather is good. I’m getting exercise, and I’m enjoying it at the same time. I could never say the same for jogging, and I’ve found a lot of better ways to stay in shape.
46. From the first paragraph, we learn that in the writer’s neighborhood ______.
A. jogging became very popular    B. people jogged only during the daytime
C. Alex organized an army of joggers
D. jogging provided a chance to get together
47. The underlined word “them”(Paragraph 3) most probably refers to _____.
A. heart attacks   B. Back problems   C. famous joggers   D. physical weaknesses
48. What was the writer’s attitude towards jogging in the beginning?
A. He felt it was worth a try.   B. He was very fond of it.
C. He was strongly against it.   D. He thought it must be painful.
49. Why did the writer give up jogging two months later?
A. He disliked doing exercise outside.  
B. He found it neither healthy nor interesting.
C. He was afraid of having a heart attack.
D. He was worried about being left alone.
50. From the writer’s experience, we can conclude that______.
A. not everyone enjoys jogging
B. he is the only person who hates jogging
C. nothing other than jogging can help people keep fit
D. jogging makes people feel greater than any other sport.
B篇

Below is a discussion on a website.
http://www.TalkingPoints.com/
Stuck on a desert island?
Started on 23rd April by Steve                   Posts 1 – 7 of 42
Post 1
Steve
USA Hi, everyone. What would you miss most and least if you were stuck on a desert island? For me, it would be the changing seasons in New England. I guess this will sound stupid but I’d probably miss the rain, too. I wouldn’t miss getting up at six every day to go to work, though! What about you?
Post 2
Tomas
Germany Good question. Steve, I think I’d miss different types of bread, and shopping at the supermarket. I’d miss the food most. What would I miss least? My mobile phone---I’d like to be completely quiet --- at least for a little while
Post 3
Paola
Italy I would miss the company of people because I know I’d like to have someone to share experiences with. I’d go mad on my own. And I sure wouldn’t miss junk mail(垃圾邮件) --- I hate coming home every evening and a pile of junk mail in my post box.
Post 4
Miko
Japan Hi, I would miss Manga cartoon, the internet and Japanese food, like sushi. I’d also miss TV shows and shopping for clothes… In fact, I’d miss everything.
Post 5
Roger
UK I would miss my daily newspaper and listening to the news on TV and radio. I’d feel very cut off if I didn’t know what was happening in the world. What I’d miss least would be traffic jams in the city, particularly my journey to work.
Past 6
Jayne Why hasn’t anyone mentioned their family? I’d be lost without my husband and two kids. They’re the most important for me. And I can’t get started in the morning without a cup of black coffee. I wouldn’t miss doing the housework! 
Post 7
Jaime
Mexico It would have to be music. I couldn’t live without my music. I wouldn’t miss going to school at all or doing homework!
51. Who would miss his or her family most?
A. Jaime       B. Jayne      C. Miko          D. Paola.
52. Which of the following people would feel most uncomfortable without the news media?
A. Steve.    B. Jaime     C. Roger.      D. Tomas
53. How many of them mentioned that they would miss food or drink?
A. One      B. Two      C. Three       D. Four

 

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