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高二必修5 Unit 1 Great scientists 单元测试题
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新高二英语必修五 Unit 1 Great scientists 单元测试题

二. 单项填空
21 The police had to ____ the evidence in order to arrest the thief.
A examine  B check  C test  D prove
22 He wrote her a long letter expressing the fact ____ she would not misunderstand him.
A so as to  B in order to  C so that  D for fear
23 My heart was filled with gladness because I was able to ____ my parents.
A intend  B care  C concern  D attend
24 The relationship between the two countries has ____since the beginning of the
talks on the border conflicts.
A eased  B reduced  C easy  D comforted
25. It’s very dangerous to be ____ to the SARS virus without any protection.
A disclosed  B uncover  C affected  D exposed
26. This medicine will ____ him of his cough.
A recover B cure  C treat  D heal
27. He always brings me a pretty gift ____ he comes to visit me.
A by the time  B sometimes  C every time  D at times
28. To our surprise, the man, who was looked down upon by others in the past, is now ____
 the whole project.
A beyond control  B in control of  C out of control  D losing control of
29. Finally he got the ___________from her eyes; she didn’t love him any longer.
A. news B. message C. explanation D. expression  
30. ----- Where was I ?
   ------ You _________you didn’t like your father’s job.
    A. had said B. said C. were saying D. had been saying
31. We’re going to ________ the hutongs of Beijing. Would you like to join us?
   A. get round B. get along C. get in D. get over
32. Professor Jordan gave us _______ lecture this afternoon and most of us were confused.
A. a more confusing B. more confusing a C. a most confusing D. the most confusing
33. ---- Do you _____ any difficulty ______ the subject ?
  ------ Yes. It’s too hard for me.
A. take; to understand B. have; in understanding
B. take; understanding D. have; to understand
34. In my opinion, Zhao Wei isn’t ________ a film star. She’s just good-looking.
A. much of B. more of C. something of D. a bit of
35. It’s seven o’clock now. Let’s _________ the news on CCTV 1.
  A. see B. look at C. listen to D. watch 

第二节 完型填空
阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从36—55各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项
 It was pouring outside . We all stood there    36    , some patiently , others annoyed    37    nature messed up (弄糟) their hurried day . I got lost in the sound and sight of the heavens   38     away the dirt and dust of the world .
“Mom , let’s run through the rain,” a girl’s voice     39   me .
“No, honey . We’ll wait until it    40    down a bit,” Mom replied .
The young girl waited about another minute and     41   : “Mom , let’s run through the rain .”
“We’ll get wet if we do,” Mom said .
“No , we won’t , Mom. That’s not what you said this morning ,” the young girl said as she   42     her Mom’s arm .
“This morning ?   43    did I say we could run through the rain and not get wet?”
“Don’t you remember ? When you were talking to Daddy about his cancer , you said ,” If God can get us through this , he can get us through    44    .”
The entire crowd turned   45    . Mom paused and thought for a moment about    46   she would say . Now some would laugh it off and scold her for being   47    . But then we heard , “Honey , you are   48    . Let’s run through the rain . If we get wet , maybe we just need washing ,” Mom said . Then    49   they ran .
We all stood    50   , smiling and laughing as they ran past the cars . Yes , they got wet . But they were   51    by a few who screamed and laughed like children all the   52    to their cars . Circumstances (境况) or people can take away your material possessions , and they can even take away your   53    . But no one can ever take away your precious   54    . So, don’t forget to make time and take the   55    to make memories every day ! I hope you still take the time to run through the rain .
36.A.talking  B.waiting C.complaining  D.expecting
37.A.as if  B.even if  C.because  D.when
38.A.taking  B.putting  C.driving  D.washing
39.A.caught  B.broke  C.impressed  D.called
40.A.slows  B.comes  C.pushes  D.calms
41.A.asked  B.repeated  C.required  D.added
42.A.pulled  B.touched  C.waved  D.felt
43.A.Why  B.How  C.When  D.Where
44.A.the rain  B.the disease  C.anything D.something
45.A.still B.silent  C.serious  D.angry
46.A.what  B.how C.whether  D.if
47.A.dishonest  B.silly C.daring  D.forgetful
48.A.right B.wrong  C.stupid  D.clever
49.A.off B.along  C.on  D.over
50.A.sighing  B.joking  C.discussing  D.watching
51.A.followed  B.guided  C.respected  D.praised
52.A.time  B.way  C.same  D.best
53.A.house  B.money  C.health D.time
54.A.children  B.memories  C.courage  D.experience
55.A.possibilities  B.opportunities  C.risk  D.challenge

第三部分:阅读理解(共20小题,每题2分,满分40分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项。
A
Work is a part of living —my grandparents understood that . They lived and worked on a farm that has been in my family for 150 years . They raised chickens for eggs , pigs and cattle for meat . Cows were kept for milk and the cream , from which Grandma made butter and cheese . What little yard they had became a garden .
The Depression , therefore , didn’t make much change in their lives . But it did bring an unending flow of men out of work , drifting from job to job , to the farm . The first to show up at the door of the kitchen was a man in rags . He took off his hat and quietly explained that he hadn’t eaten for a while . Grandpa stood watching him a bit , then said , “There’s a stack of firewood against the fence behind the barn (谷仓). I’ve been needing to get it moved to the other side of the fence . You have just about enough time to finish the job before lunch .”
Grandma said a surprising thing happened . The man got a shine in his eyes and he hurried to the barn at once . She set another place at the table and made an apple pie . During lunch , the stranger didn’t say much , but when he left , his shoulders had straightened . “Nothing ruins a man like losing his self-respect,” Grandpa later told me .
Soon after , another man showed up asking for a meal . This one was dressed in a suit and carried a small old suitcase . Grandpa came out when he heard voices . He looked at the man and then offered a handshake .” There is a stack of firewood along the fence down behind the barn I’ve been meaning to get it moved . It’d sure be a help to me . And we’d be pleased to have you stay for lunch .” The fellow set his suitcase aside and neatly laid his coat on top . Then he set off to work .
Grandma says she doesn’t remember how many strangers they shared a meal with during those Depression days-or how many times that stack of wood got moved .
56.When he was asked to move a stack of firewood , the first man who asked for a meal got a shine in his eyes for he was glad that         .
  A.he had found a good job
 B.he would have something to eat
 C.he would no longer suffer from the Depression
 D.he would get what he wanted without losing his self-respect
57.The writer’s grandfather asked those jobless men to move the stack of firewood because     .
 A.he didn’t want them to have a meal free of charge
 B.he had been needing to get it moved
 C.he wanted to help them in his own way
 D.he wanted to show them his kindness and respect
58.The writer’s grandfather was all of the following but         .
 A.kind  B.thoughtful  C.wealthy  D.sympathetic
59.The best title for the story would be         .
  A.The Depression B.The Pleasure of Helping Others
 C.No Pains , No Gains  D.Work-A Part of Living
B
Everyone knows that the French are romantic , the Italian are fashionable and the Germans are serious . Or do they ? Are these just stereotypes or is there really such a thing as national character ? And if there is , can it affect how a nation succeed or fail ?
At least one group of people is certain that it can . A recent survey of the top 500 entrepreneurs (实业家) in the UK found that 70 percent felt that their efforts were not appreciated by the British public .
Britain is hostile to success , they said . It has a culture of jealousy (嫉妒) . As a result , the survey said , entrepreneurs were “unloved , unwanted and misunderstood” . Jealousy is sometimes known as the “green-eyed monster” and the UK is its home . Scientists at Warwich University in the UK recently tested this idea . They gathered a group of people together and gave each an imaginary amount of money . Some were given a little , others a great deal . Those given a little money were given the chance to destroy the large amounts of money given to others—but at the cost of losing their own . Two thirds of the people tested agreed to do this .
This seems to prove the entrepreneurs were right to complain . But there is also conflicting evidence . The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recently reported that the UK was now the world’s fourth largest economy .That is not bad for people who are supposed to hate success . People in the UK also work longer hours than anyone else in Europe . So the British people are not lazy , either .
“It’s not really success that the British dislike,” says Carey Cooper , a Professor of management at the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology . “It’s people using their success in a way that seems arrogant (傲慢) or unfair or which separates them from their roots .”
Perhaps it is the entrepreneurs who are the problem . They set out to do things in their way . They work long hours . By their own efforts they become millionaires . But instead of being happy they complain that nobody loves them . It hardly seems worth following their example . If they were more friendly , people would like them more . And more people want to be like them .
60.What does the underlined “it” in the second paragraph refer to ?
 A.One group of people  B.A great survey
 C.National character  D.A nation
61.Most entrepreneurs surveyed believe that        
 A.they are not popular simply because they are successful
 B.the British public are hardworking
 C.love of success is Britain’s national character
 D.they are considered as “green-eyed monsters”
62.What does the result of the Warwich University test show ?
 A.Two thirds of the people tested didn’t love money
 B.Most people would rather fail than see others succeed
 C.An imaginary amount of money does not attract people
 D.Most people are willing to enjoy success with others
63.The writer of the passage seems to suggest that         .
  A.jealousy is Britain’s national character
 B.British entrepreneurs are not fairly treated
 C.the scientists are Warwich University did a successful test
D.the British dislike the entrepreneurs because they do not behave properly

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