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高考英语必修2 Unit 1单元复习题  

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新人教版高三英语测试6 必修2 Unit 1 Cultural relics
Part one :Multiple choice
1.Professor Williams keeps telling his students that the future ______to the well-educated .
A.belongs B.is belonged C.is belonging D.will be belonged
2.We give dogs time ,space and love we can spare ,and ______,dogs give us their all .
A.in all B.in fact C.in short D.in return
3.A new law has been passed ,forbidding the killing of ______animals
A.former B.rare C.generous D.legal
4.The other day he bought me a ______diamond ring as a birthday present .
A.valuable B.reliable C.frequent D.grateful
5.“I wouldn’t tell lies to you ;that’s not my ________,”said the man to his wife .
A.vase B.trial C.style D.dynasty
6.They ______their rooms with flowers and balloons to welcome the New Year .
A.selected B.removed C.decorated D.debated
7.Jim had an enthusiastic ______when he returned home after 10 years’ stay in Asia .
A.reception B.escape C.guidance D.insurance
8.Actually I find the ______news more interesting than national or international news .
A.active B.fluent C.infomal D.local
9.In legend stories young princes usually live in large and beautiful _________.
A.troops B.leagues C.castles D.temples
10.We sat in the bombshelter listening to the enemy shells _________.
A.sinking B.exploding C.designin g D.ruining
11.Medical ________shows that men are more likely to have heart attacks than women .
A.evidence B.entrance C.identity D.receptin
12.It was reported that of the six people injured in the crash ,only two _______.
A.ignored B.recognized C.buried D.survived
13.Thes chemical ,_______to kill biological organisms ,are unsafe and oten not specific in their targets .
A.having designed B.to design C.designing D.designed
14.______letting go of a god chance like that ,the silly girl .!
A.Fancy  B.Suspect C.Suppose D.Wonder
15.Fancy Williams not ______the answer to such an easy question !
A.know B.to know C.knowing D.knew
16.As your instructor advised ,you ought to spend your time on something ______researching into .
A.precious B.worth C.worthy D.valuable
17.The chief editor expressed his doubt _______senior people would enjoy reading such magazines .
A.which B.how C.whether D.that
18.The captain and his crew set out for an unknown island in ______of buried treasure .
A.notice B.hunt C.search D.watch
19.They have always treated us with open hands and we must be generous _______.
A.in return B.in addition C.in vain D.in case
20.The little boy ,out of curiosity ,_______the toy to see how it worked ,but couldn’t put it together .
A.took apart B.broken down C.burst into D.knocked off
21.Wang Wei had served ______a volunteer for three years before he graduated from college .
A.as B.for C.at D.in
22.There have been several new events ______to the program for the Beijing Olympic Games .
A.add B.to add C.adding D.added
23.Usually John would be late for meetings .But this time ,________to my surprise ,he arrived on time .
A.little B.much C.ever D.even
24.The three sisters decided to hold a family party to _______their parents’ silver wedding .
A.celebrate B.memorize C.congratulate D.welcome
25.People try to avoid public transportation delays by suing their own cars ,and this ______creates further problems .
A. in short B.in case C.in doubt D.in turn
Part two :完形
填空
The heaviest snow in a hundred years hit the south of China. It snowed __21___for half a month. Many people were __22___in railway stations, bus stations and airports. People did everything they could to fight the __23___; nobody was killed from cold and _24____. Gradually ,the trapped people all went back home_25___. While fighting the snow, people ___26__their animal friends until a moving story of a swallow couple appeared on the Internet.
   The couple hadn’t eaten anything for several days __27___the snow. They tried to fly into people’s home to warm themselves, but every house was ___28___tightly. They got to a side of a balcony ( 阳台 ) where wind couldn’t reach. They jumped and flapped (拍打) their wings to _29___the attention of the people inside the house, who were __30____their own things. The wife’s body was __31___. She couldn’t move any longer. The husband came near and __32__her with his wings. The husband lost his heat soon because of his opened wings.
   The next morning, the housemaster went to the balcony to __33__ his flowers and saw a dead swallow outside. __34__ it, he found they were two embracing(拥抱) together. Thinking of the __35___the snow had brought to people, he was moved to tears . He took them in for giving them some _36___they couldn’t feel any longer. He found a small box, __37__it with some hay (干草)and lay the couple in . He _38__them in the garden of the community.
   In my hometown in the countryside, a swallow family live in the roof of my house . They __39__every spring to have babies. Then in autumn, when babies have __40___, they fly to the south, I wonder if they will come back this spring as they did.
21. A. beautifully      B. directly      C. gently      D. continuously
22. A. forbidden       B. rescued       C. trapped      D. covered
23. A. disaster        B. war           C. campaign     D. disease
24.A.anger           B. heat           C. hunger       D. poverty
25. A. sadly          B. safely         C. nervously    D. curiously
26. A. treasured      B. invited        C. accepted     D. forgot
27. A. because of     B. in case of     C. in spite of  D. instead of
28. A. controlled      B. fixed         C., stretched   D. closed
29. A. admit          B. attract        C. turn         D. escape
30. A. busy with      B. born with      C. good for     D. famous for
31. A. burnt          B. watched        C. frozen       D. found
32. A. supplied       B. wrapped        C. folded       D. sorted
33. A. buy            B. send           C. sell         D. check
34. A. Feeding        B. Leaving        C. Touching      D. Greeting
35. A. hardship       B. childhood      C. cooperation   D. lesson
36. A. clothes        B. warmness       C. flowers       D. tension
37. A. made           B. played         C. associated    D. filled
38. A. buried         B. showed         C. fastened      D. enjoyed
39. A. put away       B. come back      C. fly away      D. hold back
40. A. dropped out    B. died out       C. grown up       D. stood up
Part three :
阅读理解  A 篇
South Asia heatwave kills nearly 100
DHAKA - A heat wave sweeping India, Bangladesh(孟加拉国) and Nepal has killed nearly 100 people over the past two weeks, officials said on June 3, 2005.
A third of the people died in northern Bangladesh, mostly women and children from dehydration(脱水), heat stroke and diarrhoea(腹泻).
"We are getting reports of several deaths due to heat wave and related diseases almost every day," an official said, as temperatures touched 43degC .
The weather office in Dhaka said the hot weather will persist for another week until the monsoon(季风) rains which are normally due by the middle of June.
Severe heat conditions in the southern Indian have killed at least 55 people, officials in the two states said.
While temperatures have fallen from a high of 45degC in Andhra Pradesh to around 40degC, giving a respite to people, they are still on the rise in Orissa with Talcher town registering 48.5deg C, a weather official said.
At least five people have died in Nepal from extreme heat, the government said.
46. We can infer that the heatwave can cause ______.
A. heat stoke           B. dehydration       C. diarrhoea         D. all above
47. When the monsoon rains come, the temperature will _______.
A.     remain the same
B.      go on to rise sharply
C.      begin to drop obviously
D.     rise a little
48. Which place is the hottest in the early June, 2005?
A. Dhaka            B. Talcher              C. Andhra Pradesh      D. Nepal
B篇
 Cara Lang is 13. She lives in Boston, Massachusetts, in me U. S. Last Thursday, she didn't go to school. She went to work with her father instead. Every year, on the fourth Thursday in April, millions of young girls go work. This is Take Our Daughters to Work Day. The girls are between me ages of 9 and 15. They spend the day at work with an adult, usually a mother, father, aunt, or uncle. They go to offices, police stations, laboratories, and other places where their parents or other family members work. Next year, the day will include sons, too.
    The Ms. Foundation, an organization for women, started the program about ten years ago. In the U.S., many women work outside the home. The Ms. Foundation wanted girls to find out about many different kinds of jobs. Then, when the girls grow up, they can choose a job they like.
    Cara's father is a film director. Cara says, “It was very exciting for me to go to the studio with my dad. I saw a lot of people doing different jobs.” Many businesses have special activities for girls on this day. Last year, Cara went to work with her aunt at the University of Massachusetts. In the engineering department, the girls learned to build a bridge with toothpicks and Candy. In the chemistry department, they learned to use scales. They learned about many other kinds of jobs, too.
    Right now, Cara does not know what job she will have when she grows up. But because of Take Our Daughters to Work Day, she knows she h2Ls many choices.
 
49. What is Cara's father?
A. An engineer.      B. An official.       C. A moviemaker.     D. A professor.
50. According to the passage, Take our Daughters to work Day is ______.
A. on every Thursday in April                           B. a holiday for girls of all ages
C. a day for girls to know about jobs                 D. a day for girls to get a job easily
51. On this special day, Cara has done all the following EXCEPT that ____.
A. she learned to use scales                                
B. she worked as an actress
C. she went to work with her aunt               
D. she used toothpicks and Candy to build a bridge
52. What is probably the best title for the passage?
A. Cara Lang, a Fortunate Girl               B. Take Our Daughters to Work Day
C. Children's Day and Work Day           D. Ms. Foundation, an Organization for Women

 

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