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高考英语Book10 Module 4单元考试题  

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高考英语Book10  Module 4单元考试题

             

  

一、单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1. ______ widespread of the deadly disease caused ______ stir in the district.
A.不填; a       B. 不填; 不填      C. The;  a        D. The; the  
2. Don’t count on others to look up to you if you _______ yourself.
A. look back on B. look down upon     C. look in on     D. look on
3. Am I correct in thinking that it’s her mother’s fault to ______ to her too often?
A. give up        B. give in     C. give out     D. give away
4. With our request for a picnic ______, we left the headmaster’s office disappointedly.
A. to be refused     B. refusing       
C. refused            D. having  been  refused
5. All of the fans waited at the gate of the hotel to welcome the pop star ______ his arrival from Hong Kong.  
A. at            B. on             C. with           D. in
6. You are the ______ person I’m looking for, that is to say, you are perfectly fit for the job.
A. very          B. only           C. last           D. mere
7. I came with the______ of staying, but now I’ve decided to leave. 
A. sense        B. mood           C. desire        D. intention
8. Studies show that women tend ______ longer than men.
A. living          B. to live        C. to living    D. to be living
9. People in no country ______ Britain can experience four seasons in a single day.
A. other than     B. rather than      C. instead of     D. regardless of
10. The doctor strongly recommended that he ______ a holiday after finishing the task.
A. would take     B. took      C. should have taken    D. take
11. _______ your own business or you will be punished for what you have done.
A. To mind       B. Minding   C. Minded       D. Mind
12. ______ I admit Peter has some shortcomings, I don’t agree that he is unqualified for the job.
A. As            B. As long as      C.  While    D. Unless
13. We invited her to dinner but she didn’t even bother to ______, which made us rather
disappointed.
A. turn up         B. turn out         C. turn over    D. turn down
14. The reason _____ I have to explain ______ you is ____ my car broke down on the motorway.
A. why; for; that    B. why; to; that 
C. why; for; /     D. that; to; that
15. Andy Lau is known as an actor, and he is well-known _______ his songs.
A.as      B. to       C. for     D. at
二、完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)
On the last day before Christmas, I hurried to go to the supermarket to buy the remaining of the gifts I didn’t manage to buy earlier.  While looking in the    16    section, I noticed a small boy of about 5 years old,     17    a doll against his chest.
He kept on touching the hair of the doll and looked so    18   . Obviously, he didn’t have enough money to buy this doll. I    19    who this doll was for. So I  started to walk towards him and I asked him who he wanted to give this doll to. His    20    were so sad while saying this. “My sister has gone to be with    21   . Daddy says that Mummy will also go to see God very soon, so I    22    that she could take the doll with her to give it to my    23   .” My heart nearly    24   .
The little boy looked at me and said: “I told Daddy to tell Mommy not to    25   yet. I asked him to wait until I came back.”
I quickly reached for my    26    and took a few notes and said to the boy. “What if we checked again, just    27    you have enough money?” “OK.” he said. “I hope that I have enough.” I    28    some of my money to his without him    29    and we started to    30    it. There was enough for the doll, and even some    31   . The little boy said: “Thank you for giving me enough money.” Then he looked at me and added, “I    32    wanted to buy a white rose, for my mummy loves white roses”.
I finished my shopping in a totally    33    state from when I started. I couldn’t get the little boy out of my    34   . I felt that my life had been changed forever. The
   35    that this little boy had for his mother and his sister is still, to this day, hard to imagine.
16. A. toy         B. clothing       C. gift           D. book 
17. A. reaching     B. buying        C. watching     D. pressing 
18. A. sad         B. happy         C. lonely       D. lovely 
19. A. knew        B. realized          C. wondered     D. doubted 
20. A. parents      B. sisters        C. eyes         D. cheeks 
21. A. Mother      B. Daddy        C. Granny      D. God 
22. A. advised      B. demanded        C. thought       D. said 
23. A. mother       B. friend        C. brother       D. sister 
24. A. cheered      B. stopped       C. beat          D. sank 
25. A. go          B. die          C. come          D. cry
26. A. baggage      B. wallet        C. cell phone     D. handkerchief 
27. A. in case          B. by chance        C. on purpose    D. in time  
28. A. devoted      B. contributed       C. offered        D. added 
29. A. hearing      B. attending         C. seeing        D. permitting 
30. A. count        B. buy          C. gain          D. plan 
31. A. used up       B. left over          C. sold out      D. joined in 
32. A. still          B. ever          C. also          D. always 
33. A. strange      B. free          C. different      D. similar 
34. A. mind        B. sight         C. life          D. sense  
35. A. gift         B. money        C. wish         D. love  
三、阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
A
A son and his father were walking on the mountains. Suddenly, his son fell, hurt himself and screamed: “AAAhhhh!!!”
To his surprise, he heard the voice repeating, somewhere in the mountain: “AAAhhhh!!!”
Curious, he yelled: “Who are you?” He received the answer: “Who are you?” And then he screamed to the mountain: “I admire you!” The voice answered: “I admire you!” Angered at the response, he screamed: “Coward (懦夫)!” He received the answer: “Coward!”
He looked to his father and asked, “What’s going on?”
The father smiled and said, “My son, pay attention.” Again the man screamed: “You are a champion!”
The voice answered, “You are a champion!”
The boy was surprised, but did not understand. Then the father explained, “People call this echo, but really this is life. It gives you back everything you say or do. Our life is simply a reflection (反映) of our actions. If you want more love in the world, create more love in your heart. If you want more competence (能力) in your team, improve your competence. This relationship applies to everything, in all aspects of life: Life will give you back everything you have given to it.”
36. When the son first heard the voice repeating in the mountain, he ______.
A. understood what caused it           B. felt it much fun
C. felt puzzled                       D. became angry
37. What does the underlined word “echo” mean ?
A. The sound reflected back.            B. An idea.        
C. Life.                   D. A truth.
38. The father used the experience to ______.
A. explain a scientific problem to his son     B. teach his son how voice works
C. educate his son to be honest        D. tell his son a truth about life
39. According to the passage, who will probably have most friends?
A. Peter, spending much time studying his lessons, seldom sharing his ideas with others.
B. Mary, always showing respect to people around him.
C. John, following his teachers’ and parents’ advice.
D. Jean, loving pop music and modern dance.
B
In the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, some villagers practice a unique form of logging. If a tree is too large to be cut with an ax, the natives cut it down by yelling at it. Woodsmen with special powers climb up on a tree just at dawn and suddenly scream at it at the top of their lungs. They continue this for thirty days. The tree dies and falls over.
The theory is that the yelling kills the spirit of the tree. According to the villagers, it always works. Ah, those poor na?觙ve (天真的) innocents! Such strangely charming habits of the jungle! Screaming at the tree indeed is primitive. Too bad they don’t have the advantages of modern technology and the scientific mind.
Me? I yell at my wife. And yell at the telephone and the lawn mower (割草机). And yell at the TV and the newspaper and my children. I’ve even been known to shake my fist and yell at the sky at times. The man next door yells at his car a lot. And this summer I heard him yell at a stepladder for most of an afternoon. We modern, urban, educated folks yell at the traffic and judges and bills and banks and machines — especially machines.
Don’t know what good it does. Machines and things just sit there. Even kicking doesn’t always help. As for people, well, the Solomon Islanders may have a point. Yelling at living things does tend to kill the spirit in them. Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will break our hearts.
40. In the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific, people usually log average-sized trees by ______.
A. cutting them with axes       B. climbing up on them
C. shouting at them            D. laughing at them
41. Villagers in the Solomon Islands in the South Pacific can’t be described as ______.
A. behind the times           B. simple  
C. advanced         D. a little religious
42. The underlined word “it” in the last paragraph is used to refer to “______”.
A. yelling         B. kicking     C. machine            D. spirit
43. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that ______.
A. you can’t be too careful to avoid yelling at others
B. beating or fighting somebody hurts him or her most
C. yelling at somebody has no effect on him or her
D. yelling at somebody has many good effects on him or her
C
One afternoon I toured an art museum while waiting for my husband to finish a business meeting. I was looking forward to a quiet view of the masterpieces.
A young couple viewing the paintings ahead of me chattered nonstop between themselves. I watched them a moment and decided she was doing all the talking. I admired his patience for putting up with her constant words. Distracted (心烦意乱的) by their noise, I moved on.
I encountered them several times as I moved through the various rooms of art. Each time I heard her constant talking, I moved away quickly.
I was standing at the counter of the museum gift shop making a purchase when the couple approached the exit. Before they left, the man reached into his pocket and pulled out a white object. He extended it into a long cane (手杖) and then tapped his way into the coatroom to get his wife’s jacket.
“He’s a brave man,” the clerk at the counter said, “Most of us would give up if we were blinded at such a young age. During his recovery, he made a promise his life wouldn’t change. So, as before, he and his wife come in whenever there’s a new art show.”
“But what does he get out of the art?” I asked, “He can’t see.”
“Can’t see! You’re wrong. He sees a lot. More than you or I do,” the clerk said, “His wife describes each painting so he can see it in his head.”
I learned something about patience, courage and love that day. I saw the patience of a young wife describing paintings to a person without sight and the courage of a husband who would not allow blindness to change his life.
And I saw the love shared by two people as I watched this couple walk away arm in arm.
44. The best title of the passage would be “______”.
A. Visions of art        B. A blind man   
C. A talkative woman     D. A patient man
45. The underlined word “encountered” in the passage means “______”.
A. caught sight of    B. ran into    C. talked with     D. argued with
46. At first the author’s attitude towards the wife of the couple was ______.
A. positive      B. neutral     C. bored      D. admiring
47. What is implied is that ______. 
A. the man had his eyes blinded in a fight
B. the man must be a painter before
C. the woman was very devoted to his husband
D. the man often killed time by visiting exhibitions
D
A 77-year-old former traffic policeman who for ten years had cared for his Alzheimer’s-stricken wife, walked into the hospital where she was being treated and shot her three times.
Vitangelo Bini then sat down at the foot of her bed to call police. When they arrived he told them: “I couldn’t stand to see her suffer any more.”
Mr. Bini, from Prato, in Tuscany, was in custody (拘留) after being charged with the homicide (杀人罪). His wife, Mara Tani, 82, had suffered from Alzheimer for about ten years and was admitted to the Misericordia e Dolce hospital in Prato last week when she lost consciousness.
Mr. Bini, who had been her full-time carer, had visited her several times a day, hospital staff told the police. On Saturday, however, witnesses said that he entered the room that she shared with five other women, hugged her and then put a towel over her face before shooting her in the head. A few seconds later he fired another shot to the head and one to the heart, Fabio Di Chierri, the vice-director of Prato police station, said.
Mr. Di Chierri said that Mr. Bini sat down and tried to call police on his mobile phone. He could not get through, perhaps because so many others in the neighborhood were doing the same.
Police officers happened to be on the same floor and arrived immediately. Mr. Bini did not put up any resistance and tried to explain his actions, although he appeared and sounded dazed and confused, the officers said. The couple’s children, a son and a daughter aged 43 and 44, were stunned by the news, Mr. Di Chierri said.
48. Judging from the passage ,  Alzheimer must be ______.
A. the family name of his wife              
B. the name of his wife
C. the name of a kind of disease caught by old people  
D. a kind of medical organization
49. The underlined word “stunned” in the last paragraph can be replaced by ______.
A. disappointed     B. shocked      C. excited            D. depressed
50. We learn from the passage that ______.
A. the couple has two sons          B. Bini doesn’t love Mara Tani
C. Bini was tired of caring for her    D. Mara Tani must have suffered a lot
51. What’s the correct order the following events?
a. Bini visited her several times a day in hospital.
b. Bini was charged and held in custody.
c. Bini shot his wife to death.
d. Mara Tani was admitted to the Misericordia e Dolce hospital.
e. Bini sat down and tried to call the police.
A. d, b, a, c, e       B. b, d, c, a, e  
C. d, a, c, e, b         D. c, b, a, d, e
E
Orhan Pamuk, Turkey’s best-known novelist won the 2006 Nobel prize for Literature on Thursday.
Here are some reactions to the news from Turkey.
PINAR KUR, A LEADING FEMALE TURKISH NOVELIST
“For years, everybody has wished someone from Turkey would win the Nobel. But it is also known, both in Turkey and abroad, that this prize is much more related to politics than to literature, it is given more for political reasons. It is very unfortunate that this prize announcement was made on the same day as the (Armenian genocide) bill in France.”
SUAT KINIKLIOGLU, GERMAN MARSHALL PLAN OF THE UNITED STATES
“With all due respect to Orhan Pamuk, whose books I read and like, I believe his comments on the Armenian genocide have been influential in his winning this prize. I think many Turks will see it in this way, too and will not be cheering.
And this is the worst day that this could happen, when the French parliament approves a bill making it a crime to deny the Armenian genocide.
There is a political dimension (因素) to all this. I do not believe he was chosen purely on the basis of his artistic capacity, even though he is a great writer.”
BUKET UZUNER, TURKISH NOVELIST AND SHORT-STORY WRITER
“From now maybe (the world) can speak about  ‘Turkish Literature’. I attach great importance to that. We had all hoped Yasar Kemal would win the Nobel, everyone knows this, but I’m also happy for Pamuk to win this prize.”
ZULFU LIVANELI, NOVELIST, COMPOSER AND SINGER
“It’s a very nice thing that Turkey received a Nobel Prize. When we look at this from a long-term view, we can say ... there is a Turkish Literature.”
52. All the four speakers felt ______ when they heard the news.
A. happy   B. disappointed    C. angry    D. jealous
53. According to Mr. BUKET UZUNER, ______.
A. another Turkish novelist should be given the prize
B. it is unfair for Pamuk to win this prize
C. no one in Turkey is worth the prize
D. he himself should be given the prize
54. ______ people think Orhan Pamuk was given the Nobel Prize for some political reasons.
A. Five     B. Two       C. Three      D. Four
55. This passage mainly wants ______. 
A. to ask more people to buy Orhan Pamuk’s books
B. to offer congratulations to Orhan Pamuk
C. to tell people Orhan Pamuk is not the best novelist in Turkey
D. to show us some different comments on the new Nobel Prize winner
四、写作(共两节,满分35分)
第一节:阅读表达(共5小题;每小题2分,满分10分)
阅读下面短文,并按照题目要求用英语回答问题。

We have two daughters: Kristen is seven years old and Kelly is four.Last Sunday evening, we invited some people home for dinner.I dressed them nicely for the party, and told them that their job was to join Mommy in answering the door when the bell rang.
Mommy would introduce them to the guests, and they would take the guests' coats upstairs and put them on the bed in the second bedroom.
The guests arrived.I introduced my two daughters to each of them.The adults were nice and kind and said how lucky we were to have such good kids.
Each of the guests made a particular fuss (关爱) over Kelly, the younger one, admiring her dress, her hair and her smile.They said she was a great girl to be carrying coats upstairs at her age.
I thought to myself that we adults usually make a big "to do" over the younger one because she's the one who seemly more easily hurt.We do it with the best of intentions.
But we seldom think of how it might affect the other child.I was a little worried that Kristen would feel she was being outshined (逊色,相形见绌).I was about to serve dinner when I realized that she had been missing for twenty minutes.I ran upstairs and found her in the bedroom, crying.
 I said, "What are you doing, my dear?"
 `She turned to me with a sad expression and said, "Mommy, why don't people like me the way they like my sister? Is it because I'm not pretty? Is that why they don't say nice things about me as much?"
 I tried to explain to her, kissing and hugging her to make her feel better.
Now, whenever I visit a friend's home, I make it a point to speak to the elder child first.
56.What were Kristen and Kelly asked to do last Sunday evening? (No more than 20 words.)
57.Why did the guests praise Kelly so much rather than Kristen? (No more than 15 words.)
58.The underlined expression "make a big 'to do' over" in Paragraph 4 means _     __.
(No more than 5 words.)
59.Why did Kristen feel sad and cry?(No more than 15 words.)
60.In your opinion, how should adults treat children? (No more than 15 words.)
第二节 写作(满分25分)
据报载:李燕,一个28岁的女孩,患病27年,全身肌肉萎缩,丧失全部自理能力。现在,她对未来越来越恐惧,在网上以“安乐死李燕”的id发表李燕日记,希望安乐死合法化。请你针对这一现象,阐明自己的观点。
注意:
1) 安乐死  mercy killing   
2) 词数:120-150。

 

参考答案:
1-15   CBBCB    ADBAD    DCADC
16-35   ADACC    DCDBA    BADCA   BCCAD
36-55   CADBA   CAAAB    CCCBD     CAABD
 One possible version:
Recently a debate about mercy killing caused by a 28-year-old girl, Li Yan, has come into public spotlight. Li Yan has suffered from a serious disease for years, as a result of which she is completely dependent on her parents for a living. She calls for the government to pass the law that allows mercy killing. It goes without saying that her appealing is turned down.
It sounds reasonable that we should try our best to live in this world no matter what difficulties we may be confronted with. However, if you were in Li Yan’s position, what would you do? As far as I am concerned, we human beings have the right to choose to live with dignity. When life means bitterness and misery, that is, when it is hard for us human beings to live with dignity, maybe mercy killing is the way out. I do hope our country can take a flexible attitude in dealing with mercy killing.
 


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