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高考英语Book7 Module 5单元复习检测考试题  

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 高考英语Book7  Module 5单元复习检测考试题

 

 

Book7  Module 5单元测试题(外研版)
Class:        Name:        Marks:        满分(120)
一、语法和词汇知识(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1. — I see you got a “D” in biology. _______?
 — Well, I found that subject hard. I think I’ll drop it.
 A. How are you B. How come      C. So what     D. Why not
2. The city of Tokyo has _______ population of 13 million and is _______ capital city of Japan.
 A. a; a      B. the; a         C. a; the       D. a; /
3. — The little boy burst into tears when he saw the fierce dog.
 — He was _______ frightened.
 A. eventually   B. gradually    C. practically    D. apparently
4. It is the _______ for the bride’s father to pay for the wedding.
 A. use     B. custom        C. habits        D. routine
5. The small company, once poorly _______, now has expanded into a large one with 10 branches across the country.
 A. being run    B. run      C. having run   D. running
6. It was Egyptians who first used the 365-day calendar, which, with certain changes, is now _______ in many countries.
 A. in use       B. in vain      C. in danger     D. in turn
7. Living creatures must _______ environmental changes. Otherwise they would die out.
 A. respond to   B. turn to    C. keep to       D. adjust to
8. _______ busy I am with my study, I have been sparing time to watch your match.
 A. Whatever B. Whenever C. Whichever   D. However
9. _______ alone in the dark room, the little girl was so frightened that she was crying.
 A. Left      B. Leaving       C. Having left  D. To be left
10. The home _______ the panda is China while the koala bear is native _______ Australia.
 A. of; of  B. to; to  C. of; to       D. to; of
11. The operation will have to be _______ because the patient is too weak.
 A. taken down  B. put off C. turned over  D. got off
12. Though continually _______, the professor went on with his speech enthusiastically.
 A. being interrupted B. having interrupted
 C. interrupted  D. interrupting
13. The moment he came back from work, he _______ to work on his invention.
 A. set about    B. set out        C. set up        D. set off
14. The science of medicine, _______ rapid progress has been made, is of great importance nowadays.
 A. which B. what C. in which     D. to which
15. His homework _______, Jim decided to go to see the play.
 A. did      B. to do      C. doing        D. done
二、完形填空(共20小题;每小题1分,满分20分)
An elderly woman has two large pots, which she carries with a pole balanced across her neck. Each day the woman goes to    16    water in her two large pots. One of the pots had a crack in it    17    the other pot was perfect and always delivered a full portion (份) of water. At the end of the long    18    from the stream to the house, the cracked pot    19    only half full.
For a full two    20    this went on daily, with the woman bringing home only one and a half pots of water. Of course, the perfect pot was    21    of its accomplishments. But the poor cracked pot was ashamed of its own imperfection, and felt sad that it could only do    22    of what it had been made to do.
After two years of this    23   , the poor cracked pot spoke to the woman one day by the    24   , “I’m ashamed of myself, because this crack in my side    25    water to leak out all the way back to your house.” The old woman smiled, “Did you    26    that there are flowers on your side of the path, but not on the other pot’s side? That’s because I have    27    known about your flaw (缺点), so I planted some flower    28    on your side of the path, and every day while we walk back, you    29    them. For two years I have been able to pick these beautiful flowers to    30    the table. Without you being just the way you are, there would be no    31    in the house.”
Each of us has our own    32    flaw. But it’s the cracks and flaws we each have that make our lives together so    33    and rewarding. You’ve just got to take each person for what they are and look for the    34    in them.
To all of my crack-pot friends, have a great day and    35    to smell the flowers on your side of the path.
16. A. store B. make C. drink D. fetch
17. A. because B. although C. while D. if
18. A. stick B. walk C. branch D. holiday
19. A. arrived B. lost C. treated D. disappeared
20. A. decades B. centuries C. years D. months
21. A. sure B. tired C. short D. proud
22. A. all B. half C. one D. most
23. A. failure B. argument C. try D. preparation
24. A. well B. stream C. bridge D. sea
25. A. demands B. agrees C. causes D. brings
26. A. report B. describe C. hear D. notice
27. A. never B. always C. almost D. sometimes
28. A. seeds B. trees C. wheat D. corn
29. A. water B. admire C. protect D. pack
30. A. support B. cover C. decorate D. repair
31. A. hope B. humor C. food D. beauty
32. A. extra B. common C. unique D. former
33. A. interesting B. worrying C. surprising D. puzzling
34. A. fault B. good C. condition D. patience
35. A. help B. happen C. continue D. remember
三、阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
A
Bali adventure travels
Elephant ride
See the real Bali from high up on a Sumatran elephant! Pass through tropical plantations (种植园) of mangoes, bamboos and coconuts. Look out for birds and monkeys as you pass through the jungle and see how other animals such as pigs, cows, and buffaloes play a part in the daily lives of farmers as you enter the small local village of Buanga. A highlight of the trip is to be invited into the home of a local farmer where you will enjoy a drink of fresh coconut. When you return to the camp, enjoy a delicious Balinese food at the “Trunk & Mahout” valley-view cafe.
Cost: $60/Adult   $40/Child
Jungle trekking (长途跋涉)
Trek into the tropical rainforest, near the lake village of Bedugul. Cross the calm lake in a traditional canoe. This 3-hour trek into the heart of Balinese nature offers you outstanding and beautiful scenery.
The number of minimum participants: 2 people
Cost: $40/person
Water rafting (乘木筏)
Get up in the morning at 6:00 and go to the scenic Ayung River for an unforgettable water rafting experience. Expert and experienced guides will give you an insight into the river ecology. Discover hidden waterfalls, swim in the clear water and feel the trills of the paradise river.
What to bring: towel, clothes, sunscreen
Cost: $30/Adult   $23/Child
Sunset dinner cruise (乘船巡游) by Bali Hai Cruise
There’s no better way to spend a tropical evening than on Bali Hai’s evening dinner cruise. As the sun goes down, we set off on a relaxing cruise around the harbour.
Cost: $40/person
36. Which of the following offers you a chance to try real Balinese food?
 A. Elephant ride. B. Jungle trekking.
 C. Water rafting. 
 D. Sunset dinner cruise by Bali Hai Cruise.
37. If a father and his 10-year-old son want to explore one of the rivers in Bali, they will have to pay _______.
 A. $30 B. $53 C. $63 D. $73
38. If you go for jungle trekking, you have to _______.
 A. bring several things 
 B. be under the leadership of experienced guides
 C. form a team of two or more people  
 D. swim across a lake
39. If you choose water rafting, you can _______.
 A. get a towel for free  B. learn more about Balinese history   
 C. also leave at noon    D. have a swim in the river
40. Tourists can have a relaxing tropical evening _______.
 A. on the back of an elephant B. in a traditional canoe
 C. on a raft  D. on a large ship
B
The Republic of the Fiji Islands is an island nation in the South Pacific Ocean about 2,000 km northeast of New Zealand’s North Island. Fiji consists of 322 islands (of which 106 are inhabited) and 522 smaller islets. The climate in Fiji is tropical marine and warm most of the year round with minimal extremes. The island state is inhabited by the native Fijians and other minorities like the Indo-Fijians and other smaller groups. The religion in Fiji is also diverse and every religious group gets equal opportunities.
The Fijians consider their national costume a representative of the culture of Fiji. The national costume of Fiji in the earlier times used to be loin cloths for men and grass skirts for women. The skirt lengths would determine the status of a woman. A single woman used to wear short skirts but long skirts had to be worn by married women. The national dress of the Fijians now is Sulu. The Sulu resembles a skirt and both genders wear it.
The Fijians are pretty easy-going, but if you are invited into a village, wear simple clothing and take off your hat (wearing one is an insult to the chief). Leave your shoes outside the door when entering a home and keep in mind that it’s also insulting to touch someone’s head. When visiting a village, it is customary to present a gift of kava (卡瓦酒). The gift will cost less than F$20 for a half kilo. If you are accompanied by a guide, he or she will prepare that. Be prepared to shake hands and answer personal questions like, where are you from, are you married, how many children do you have and so on.
41. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the first paragraph?
 A. The climate in Fiji is variable all year round.
 B. All the people in Fiji are of the same religion.
 C. Fiji is a multi-ethnic country.
 D. The island state of Fiji is ruled by the native Fijians.
42. In the past, we could tell whether a woman is married or not by _______.
 A. whether she wore loin cloths or not 
 B. the length of her grass skirt
 C. the colour of the skirt she wore     
 D. the materials of the costume she wore
43. If you touch the head of a lovely boy in Fiji, he will probably _______.
 A. smile happily at you B. present you with a gift
 C. be angry with you D. invite you to his house
44. What kind of clothes should you wear when you go to a village in Fiji?
 A. Showy clothes. B. The national costume of Fiji.
 C. Loin cloths.   D. Plain clothes.
45. The people of Fiji are generally considered to be _______.
 A. curious B. friendly C. cautious     D. reserved
C
From 1993 to 1998, I was a seller for Chevrolet. Each week I would take a look at their used cars that were for sale. I would fix cracks in leather, cigarette burns in fabric, re-color carpets that had stains (污点), repair windshields that had been hit, etc.
Every week I would walk into this specific Chevrolet dealer’s used car lot to see what the used cars needed in the way of repairs. The manager’s wife was named Cindy. Cindy was always very rude, treating me like she was better than me. I was always positive and kind, but that never seemed to work with her.
One day she accused (指责) me of charging her to dye the carpet in a mini-van that had a stain on the carpet. She had driven the van for the weekend and said the stain was not there. Just trying to continually be aggressive without cause, she accused me in front of all her colleagues that day.
 However, instead of being angry at being looked upon as someone that was not honest, I went to a florist and spent almost $100 on red roses and put them in a nice basket. I picked out a card, and stated that I was sorry for the misunderstanding and that I did not ever have the intention of making her angry.
The following week, I walked into her office like I did every week with my list of used cars that needed some attention before they were sold and said, “Hi, Cindy,” with my usual happy and up-beat attitude. She gave me a big smile and said, “You bought me flowers.”  Every week thereafter she would always make it a point to say, “Hey, Mike, how are you doing?” or “Nice to see you, how are you?”
This woman began to change, perhaps because of this small act of kindness. It was actually so nice to see Cindy’s whole way of being — change with me. She was always very kind, and would always have a big smile when I walked into her office.
I guess people can change with a little bit of kindness!
46. What is the best title for the passage?
 A. How to deal with a rude person. B. Meeting anger with kindness.
 C. Anyone can be changed. D. The importance of trust.
47. Why did the writer buy so many red roses for Cindy?
 A. To show his love to her. 
 B. To beg her pardon for his mistakes.
 C. To say sorry for their misunderstanding.
 D. To expect a rise for his post.
48. The best order for what happened to the writer is _______.
 a. I went to a florist and bought many red roses.
 b. I was accused of charging her to dye the carpet in the mini-van.
 c. The mini-van got a stain in the carpet.
 d. I went to Cindy’s office as usual.
 e. Cindy began to change and became friendly to me.
 A. c b d e a B. c a b e d C. b c a d e     D. c b a d e
49. From the passage we can learn that the writer is_______.
 A. aggressive B. kind C. attractive     D. foolish
50. You would most probably find this passage in the _______ section of a newspaper.
 A. business B. travel C. health       D. education
D
Based on a scientific survey of 18- to 30-year-olds, researchers from MSU’s Eli Broad Graduate School of Management found that young consumers will not pay an extra high price for an automobile simply because it is environmentally friendly. Instead, the determining factor — by far — is fuel efficiency (效率).
Clay Voorhees, a researcher, said the findings indicate an eco-savvy generation is challenging the economic reality of paying bills. “The previous assumption (假想) that they are a spoiled generation couldn’t be further from the truth,” Voorhees said. “Generation Y is maturing into a pragmatic (务实的) generation that not only wants to do the right thing for the environment but also has real economic concerns.”
According to the study, young consumers will pay only $1,500 extra for a $20,000 automobile simply because it is a hybrid (混合动力车) and considered environmentally friendly. But those same consumers will pay an additional $8,000 for a vehicle that gets 15 extra miles per gallon — regardless of whether it’s a hybrid. “It’s all about economic motivation,” Voorhees said. “While people want to save the world, particularly Gen Y, they need an extra incentive (激励) of owning a car that produces less emissions.”
Jeremy Vanisacker, an MSU graduate student, said at the beginning he was surprised that his fellow Gen Y’ers needed such a large economic incentive to buy an eco-friendly car. But the more he thought about it, the more it made sense. “We’ve grown up with a green mindset (思想倾向) but we haven’t really had to pay for it. Think about roadside recycling and free social networks. As a generation we’ve come to expect more for less.”
Voorhees said the auto manufacturers need to do a better job of educating consumers on the financial benefits of owning eco-friendly vehicles, which typically cost more than conventional vehicles but eventually pay for themselves over time.
51. According to the scientific survey, young consumers _______.
 A. can’t afford cars of high prices
 B. appreciate conventional cars
 C. choose their cars mainly because of cars’ fuel efficiency
 D. show no interest in environmentally friendly cars
52. Clay Voorhees tends to think that Generation Y _______.
 A. focuses too much attention on money
 B. is a spoiled generation
 C. doesn’t make out the truth of protecting the environment
 D. tries to get the balance between the environment and economic concerns
53. Young consumers prefer to pay for cars that run farther because they _______.
 A. are fond of hybrid cars B. have an economic motivation
 C. wouldn’t accept the hybrids 
 D. think these cars release less emissions
54. What can we learn from Paragraph 4?
 A. Buying an eco-friendly car demands more money.
 B. Young consumers aren’t ready to pay for green cars.
 C. Roadside recycling and social networks cost much.
 D. The young generation likes to get more and give less.
55. What can be inferred from the article?
 A. It’s worthwhile for consumers to buy green cars.
 B. Conventional cars should get improved over time.
 C. Auto manufacturers should raise prices of conventional cars.
 D. Auto manufacturers should educate consumers on the environment.
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)
[1] Simply speaking, inflation (通货膨胀) is when the cost of goods or services in a country increases more rapidly than income. Inflation is directly related to the costs of production, marketing, doing business and supply and demand. When the government increases taxes, especially taxes on businesses, the cost of doing business increases, which brings an increase in the cost of goods and services to the common consumers. The consumers’ income can not buy as much goods today as it did last week, purchasing (购买) power decreases and prices continue to increase.
[2] Low inflation can often be _________, so none of us really pay much attention to it. We get worried only when it turns into a serious one and begins to scare us. For example, in the United States, it is well known among financial (金融的) planners that the average (平均的) rate of inflation over a long period of time is 4%. When the rate of inflation hits the worker at a higher percentage, then it warns Americans of true inflation.
[3] So in an average year, with an average 4% rate of inflation, people do not necessarily feel a clear effect. This is especially true if our employers give us a raise — that keeps us level or ahead of inflation. It is when our income does not keep up with inflation that we begin to “feel” the inflation bite.
56. What is the best title for this passage? (no more than 5 words)
 ___________________________________________________________
57. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words or phrases. (no more than 8 words)
 ___________________________________________________________
58. Which sentence in the passage is the closest in meaning to the following one?
 We often don’t feel inflation strongly until it grows much faster than our salary raise.
 ___________________________________________________________
59. What effects does a serious inflation have on our life? (no more than 25 words) 
 ___________________________________________________________
60. Translate the underlined sentence in the first paragraph into Chinese.
 ___________________________________________________________
第二节 写作(满分30分)
假如你是云南彝族人李华,你的笔友Jack和他的父母近期要来云南旅游,他来信想了解关于彝族人的一些禁忌。根据下列提示,给你的笔友Jack写封回信:
1. 忌讳在家里吹口哨和大声喧哗;家中有病人时忌说死伤之类的话;
2. 忌对婴儿用“胖”、“漂亮”、“重”之类的赞词;忌拿狗肉、猴肉、猫肉等进屋,也忌食其肉;
3. 忌将饭端给主人。
注意:1. 词数120-150;        2. 可适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。
 

参考答案:
1-15    BCDBB   ADDAC BCBCD 
16-35    DCBAC  DBABC    DBAAC    DCABD
36-55    ABCDD    CBCDB   BCDBD   CDBBA
56. What is inflation?  57. a common thing in our daily life
58. It is when our income does not keep up with inflation that we begin to “feel” the inflation bite.
59. It decreases the purchasing power and the value of the money is going down so we have to spend more money buying things.
60. 简单而言,当一个国家的商品和服务的费用增长快于收入时就产生了通货膨胀。
One possible version:
Dear Jack,
I am glad to hear that you and your parents are going to travel in Yunnan. To make your travel a comfortable and pleasant one, I would like to tell you some taboos about the Yi people.
When you are on a visit to a Yi’s house, never whistle and make noises. When a Yi’s family member is ill, never say words like death and injury. Never praise a young baby using the words such as “The baby is so fat, pretty or heavy!” We Yi people don’t eat the meat of monkeys, dogs or cats, so never take such meat to a Yi’s house. During a dinner, you should remember not to carry the food to the host or the hostess.
I am sure you will have a good memory if you follow the local traditions here. I am looking forward to seeing you soon.
              Yours,
              Li Hua

 

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