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高考英语必修1 Uni3 单元复习题  

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 高考英语必修1 Uni3 单元复习题

 

新人教版高三英语测试3必修1 Uni3 Travel journal

Part one :multiple choice
1.Do you think shopping online will ________take the place of shopping in stores ?A.especially B.frequently C.merely D.finally
2.John is very ________--if he promises to do something he’ll do it .
independent B.confident C.reliable D.flexible
3.We are happy that the project has been completed ahead of _______.
journal B.schedule C.altitude D.forecast
4.She is ________.I’m afraid she won’t change her mind easily .
reliable B.stubborn C.fluent D.grateful
5.I’m sure he won’t let you down ;he’s always _________.
loose B.frequent C.stbborn D.reliable
6.He was standing on the bridge looking down at the river ________.
finally B.straight C.beneath D.entirely
7.To write a good essay you must first ______your ideas in an orderly way .
A.organize B.recognize C.transport D.ignore
8.The weather _______says it will be sunny tomorrow .
A.identity B.command C.insurance D.forecast
9.He chose Germany ,but personally I’d _______to go to the Netherlands .
A.request B.concern C.disagree D.perfer
10.If you don’t speak good English ,you’ll be at a big ______when you try to get a job .
A.disadvantage B.journey C.attitude D.pillow
11.I am unable to _______to school because my bike is broken .
A.settle B.graduate C.cycle D.pace
12.They went on a long train _______across India last week .
A.schedule B.journey C.flame D.valley
13.---Would you like to come for a walk with me ?
   ---I’d prefer _________,thank you .
A. not to B.to not C.not D.can’t
14.Rather than ________on a crowded bus ,he always prefers _______a bicycle .
A.ride ;ride B.riding ;ride C.ride ;to ride D.to ride ;riding
15.---Could I smoke here ?
   ---I’d prefer _______if you didn’t smoke in front of the children .
A.that B.it C.this D.you
16.Tom loves nature .During his summer holidays he ______hiking to staying at home .
A.perfers B.enjoys C.admires D.fancies
17.Alice trusts you ;only you can _______her to give up the foolish idea .
A.suggest B.attract C.tempt D.persuade
18.The number of deaths from heart disease will be reduced greatly if people _______to eat more fruit and vegetables .
A.persuade B.will persuade C.be persuaded D.are persuaded
19.While shopping ,people sometimes can’t help ______into buying something they don’t really need .
A.to persuade B.persuading C.being persuaded D.be persuaded
20.With five minutes to go before the plane was ________to take off ,Jack was only halfway to the airport .
A.attempted B.scheduled C.damanded D.convinced
21.We remained very hopeful at the last minute that he would be coming to our help ________.
A.on schedule B.at ease C.in case D.for ever
22.She left him ,________never to set foot in that house again .
A.being determined B.determined C.having determined D.to determine
23.I was _______to be assessed as a musician ,not as a deaf musician ,and I applied to the famous Royal Academy of Music in London .
A.dissatisfied B.astonished C.determined D.discouraged
24.He was determined ______holding on this job whatever difficulties he might run into .
A.on B.to C.with D.at
25.Laws that punish parents for their children’s actions against the laws get parents ________.
A.worried B.to worry C.worrying D.worry
Part two :完形填空
We make a living with what we get, but we make a life with what we give.
                                          --- Winston Churchill
   I am willing to   26   this saying. I have been  27   at the Boston Children’s Hospital every year since I was thirteen. At the beginning, I only wanted to go
2 8  I would get praise for entertaining children at the  29  . After giving my time for two months, my   30   changed completely.
When I first   31   into the waiting room on the ground floor, I was very  32   that I would be spending my entire summer with kids. As it became   33   for me to show up every day at 8 a.m., many kids began to 34   me. To my surprise, I began looking forward to seeing their   35   faces as well. They were always enthusiastic about   36  . My heart warmed every time I heard their 37   voices asking me for a story or an answer to a question. I felt 38   and irreplaceable. (不可替代的).
As I look back, I see the   39   that these special children have had on me. It is because of them that I have   40   a desire to become a psychologist. Recently, I have volunteered for a month. I have been asked to   41  on many different floors besides the waiting room  42   I started. The kids on the floors above are usually there for a longer time.   43   their anxiety and desire to get better and go home, they always offer me a(n)   44   smile. I feel renewed after spending a day with them because I realize that there is much more to   45   than money. It is much more important to love and to be loved.
26. A. know                 B. believe            C. respect        D. understand
27. A. livinging            B. studying        C. staying         D. volunteering
28 A. unless              B. until           C. after                D. because
29. A. hospital               B. school            C. room            D. building
30. A. plan              B. style                 C. opinion            D. life
31. A. looked         B. stepped               C. turned           D. appeared
32. A. happy               B. upset             C. nervous            D. worried
33. A. special                  B. curious                  C. routine               D. hopeful
34. A. notice               B. expect                    C. watch              D. annoy
35. A. foolish               B. bright                    C. dirty               D. silent
36. A. smiling              B. sleeping                 C. learning            D. playing
37. A. loud                  B. crazy                     C. eager               D. irritating
38. A. valued               B. tired                      C. disappointed       D. surprised
39. A. expectation          B. dream                    C. influence           D. love
40. A. developed            B. remembered            C. worked           D. improved
41. A. help out                 B. drop in                 C. go around          D. turn up
42. A. what                  B. which                    C. where               D. that
43. A. With                  B. For                       C. Against              D. In spite of
44. A. willing                B. optimistic               C. sad                    D. pitiful
45. A. life                     B. habit                   C. nature                  D. family
阅读理解:A篇  preface
  Science is a dominant theme in our culture. Since it touches almost every facet of our life, educated people need at least some acquaintance with its structure and operation. They should also have an understanding of the subculture in which scientists live and the kinds of people they are. An understanding of general characteristics of science as well as specific scientific concepts is easier to attain if one knows something about the things that excite and frustrate the scientist.
  This book is written for the intelligent student or lay person whose acquaintance with science is superficial; for the person who has been presented with science as a musty storehouse of dried facts; for the person who sees the chief objective of science as the production of gadgets; and for the person who views the scientists as some sort of magician. The book can be used to supplement a course in any science, to accompany any course that attempts to give an understanding of the modern world, or – independently of any course – simply to provide a better understanding of science. We hope this book will lead readers to a broader perspective on scientific attitudes and a more realistic view of what science is, who scientists are, and what they do. It will give them an awareness and understanding of the relationship between science and our culture and an appreciation of the roles science may play in our culture. In addition, readers may learn to appreciate the relationship between scientific views and some of the values and philosophies that are pervasive in our culture. w*w*w*k*s*5*u*c*o*m  
  We have tried to present in this book an accurate and up-to-date picture of the scientific community and the people who populate it. That population has in recent years come to comprise more and more women. This increasing role of women in the scientific subculture is not an unique incident but, rather, part of the trend evident in all segments of society as more women enter traditionally male-dominated fields and make significant contributions. In discussing these changes and contribution, however, we are faced with a language that is implicitly sexist, one that uses male nouns or pronouns in referring to unspecified individuals. To offset this built-in bias, we have adopted the policy of using plural nouns and pronouns whenever possible and, when absolutely necessary, alternating he and she. This policy is far form being ideal, but it is at least an acknowledgment of the inadequacy of our language in treating half of the human race equally.
  We have also tried to make the book entertaining as well as informative. Our approach is usually informal. We feel, as do many other scientists, that we shouldn’t take ourselves too seriously. As the reader may observe, we see science as a delightful pastime rather than as a grim and dreary way to earn a living.

46.According to the passage, ‘scientific subculture’ means
A. cultural groups that are formed by scientists.
B. people whose knowledge of science is very limited.
C. the scientific community.
D. people who make good contribution to science.
47.We need to know something about the structure and operation of science because
A. it is not easy to understand the things that excite and frustrate scientists.
B. Science affects almost every aspect of our life.
C. Scientists live in a specific subculture.
D. It is easier to understand general characteristics of science.
48.The book mentioned in this passage is written for readers who
A. are intelligent college students and lay person who do not know much about science.
B. are good at producing various gadgets.
C. work in a storehouse of dried facts.
D. want to have a superficial understanding of science.
49.According to this passage,
A. English is a sexist language.
B. only in the scientific world is the role of women increasing rapidly.
C. women are making significant contributions to eliminating the inadequacy of our language.
D. male nouns or pronouns should not be used to refer to scientists.
50.This passage most probably is
A. a book review.
B. the preface of a book.
C. the postscript of a book.
D. the concluding part of a book.
                              B篇
Meditation in Indonesian Business
It looked like a typical business meeting. Six men, neatly dressed in white shirts and ties filed into the boardroom of a small Jakarta company and sat down at a long table. But instead of consulting files or hearing reports, they closed their eyes and began to meditate, consulting the spirits of ancient Javanese kings. Mysticism touches almost every aspect of life in Indonesia and business is no exception. One of the meditators said his weekly meditation sessions are aimed mainly at bringing the peace of mind that makes for good decision-making. But the insight gained from mystic communication with spirits of wise kings has also helped boost the profits of his five companies.
Mysticism and profits have come together since the 13th century introduction of Islam to Indonesia by Indian Moslem merchants. Those devout traders, called ‘Wali Ullah’ or ‘those close to God, ’ energetically spread both trade and religion by adapting their appeals to the native mysticism of Java. Legends attribute magic power of foreknowledge to the Wali Ullah. These powers were believed to be gained through meditation and fasting.
Businessman Hadisiko said his group fasts and meditates all night every Thursday to become closer to God and to contact the spirits of the great men of the past. ‘If we want to employ someone at the managerial level, we meditate together and often the message comes that this man can’t hole onto money or he is untrustworthy. Or maybe the spirits will tell us he should be hired.’  Hadiziko hastened to add that his companies also hold modern personnel management systems and that formal qualifications are essential for a candidate even to be considered. Perspective investments also are considered through mystic meditation. ‘With the mind relaxed and open, it is easier to be objective in judging the risk of a new venture. Meditation and contact with the wisdom of the old leaders sharpens your own insight and intuition. Then you have to apply that intuition to the information you have and work hard to be successful. ’ Mystic meditation helped reverse a business slide his companies experienced in the mid-1980. Operating with normal business procedures, he lost more than $ 3 millions in that year alone. Meditation brought back his peace of mind. Putting the right persons in the right jobs and gaining confidence in his business decisions were the keys to a turning around that has brought expansion and profitability. The mysticism in Handspike’s boardroom is part of a growing movement in Indonesia called Kebatinan – the ‘search for the inner self.’
  One of his managers, Yusuf Soemado, who studied business administration at Harvard University, compared the idea of mystic management to western system of positive thinking. ‘Willpower and subconscious mind are recognized as important factors in business. Such approaches as psycho-cybernetics, Carnegie’s think and growth rates, or the power of positive thinking are western attempts to tap the same higher intelligence that we contact through meditation,’ he said.

51.What is the most important factor in their doing business?
A. Mysticism.
B. Religion.
C. Meditation. 
D. Investment.
52.Whom do they consult?
A. The spirits of ancient Javanese kings.
B. Wali Ullah.
C. Old Kings.
D. Carnegie.
53.Why did Hadisike hasten to add ‘his companies also hold modern personnel management systems…’?
A. He thought Mysticism was not so good as expected.
B. To show they too focused on qualifications.
C. To show they hired qualified persons.
D. To show the possibility of combination of the scientific management with religion.
54.According to the passage, the function of the meditation is
A. to gain profit from the god.
B. to gain peace of mind to make decision.
C. to gain foreknowledge.
D. to gain objective conclusion.
55.What does ‘operating with normal business procedures’ refer to?
A. Adopting the western way of doing business.
B. Ordinary way of doing business without meditation and fasting.
C. Contact with God.
D. Putting right persons in the right jobs.
1-5 D C B B D 6-10 C A D D A11-15 C B C C B16-20 A D D C B
21-25 A B C A A 26--45 BDDAC         BDCBB        CCACA        ACDBA
46-55 C B A D BCABBB
 

 

 

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