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高二选修6 Unit 2 Poems单元测试卷
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Unit 2 Poems 单元测试卷

第一卷(选择题  共85分)
1.—Will you join us in the game?
   —Thank you,      
A. but why not?       B.but I’d rather not.
C.and I won’t    D.and I’ll join.
2. ---Could you turn the TV down a little bit?
---______.Is it disturbing you?
A. Take it easy.    B.I’m sorry.    C.Not a bit      D.It depends
3. Jim did very well. He ________ two goals before half-time.
A. had scored     B. had kicked   C. scored         D. made
4. If only we ____ then the disease was curable.
A. knew B. could know  C. had known D. would have known
5. If you _________ my advice, you ________ your failure now. You _________ your victory.
A. took ... wouldn’t cry over ... would celebrate
B. had taken ... wouldn’t have cried over ... would have celebrated
C. had taken ... aren’t crying over ... are celebrating
D. had taken ... wouldn’t be crying over ... would be celebrating
6. If the cat __________the sparrow, it________ into the pond.
A .hadn’t teased, would not have fallen
B .hasn’t teased, would not have fallen
C .hadn’t teased, did not fall
D .hadn’t teased, won’t have fallen
7. What surprised me was not what he said but ______he said it.
A. the way B. in the way that
C. in the way D. the way which
8. ---Is that the small town you often refer to?
----Right, just the one____ you know I used to work for years.
A. that     B. which C. where   D. what
9. Five players ________a basketball team.
A. made up of B making up of C consists of D are consisted
10.Many English poems ________Chinese ______ well.
A. translated into; translate     B. translated into; didn’t translate
C.translating into; didn’t translate D. translated from; didn’t translate
11.---How much longer do you think we can ________?
   ----Ten days, maybe. I’m not sure.
A. hold on B. hold up C. hold onto D. hold down
12. ---Do you think I can wear sports clothes for his wedding?
   ---No, sports clothes are not______.
A proper B. right C. appropriate D. match
13. --- What on earth are you doing here?
   --- Can’t you see I’m trying to ____the garage ____ a recreation room.
 A, transform; from B. transform; into C. change; into D. turn; into
14. I like reading poems, because poems can ___certain ____.
A. convey; emotion B. convey; emotions C. express; emotions D.explain; emotions
15. With my money ______, I went back home.
A. ran out of B. ran out C.runing out of D. running out

How did you do it, Dad? How have you managed not to take a drink for almost 20 years? It took me almost 20 years to have the ___16___ to even ask my father this very personal question. When Dad first ___17___ drinking, the whole family was on pins and needles every time he got into a ___18___ that, in the past, would have started him ___19___ again. For a few years we were ___20___ to bring it up for fear that the drinking would begin again.
"I had this little poem that I would recite to myself at least four to five times a day," was Dad's ___21___ to my 18-year-old unasked question. "The words were a constant (经常的) ___22___ to me that things were ___23___ so hard that I could not deal with them," Dad said. Then he ___24___ the poem with me. The poem's ___25___, yet profound (深刻的) words immediately became ___26___ of my daily routine as well.
About a month after this ___27___ with my father, I received a gift in the mail from a friend of mine. It was a book of daily sayings of wisdom with one ___28___ for each day of the year.
It has been my ___29___ that when you get something with days of the year on it, you naturally turn to the page that lists your own ___30___.
I ___31___ opened the book to November 10 to see ___32___ words of wisdom this book had in store for me. I was ___33___ when I looked at the page, and then tears of disbelief and appreciation ___34___ down my face. There, on my birthday, was the exact same poem that had ___35___ my father for all these years! It is called the Serenity (平静) Prayer:
God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference.
16. A. chance B. courage C. ability D. right
17. A. gave up B. took up C. went on D. carried on
18. A. way B. habit C. situation D. house
19. A. reciting B. asking C. smoking D. drinking
20. A. sure B. uncertain C. afraid D. eager
21. A. reply B. words C. excuse D. explanation
22. A. fear B. imagination C. thought D. reminder
23. A. never B. seldom C. always D. ever
24. A. discussed B. shared C. offered D. talked
25. A. wonderful B. long C. simple D. boring
26.A. all B. that C. any D. part
27. A. talk B. quarrel C. trip D. lesson
28. A. listed B. included C. read D. said
29. A. method B. experience C. wealth D. message
30. A. character B. birthday C. qualities D. favorites
31. A. doubtfully B. carefully C. happily D. hurriedly
32. A. where B. whether C. what D. how
33. A. excited B. astonished C. disappointed D. frightened
34. A. hung B. pulled C. rolled D. pushed
35. A. troubled B. disturbed C. pleased D. helped

What makes one person more intelligent than another? What makes one person a genius, like the brilliant Albert Einstein, and another person a fool? Are people born intelligent or stupid, or is intelligence the result of where and how you live? These are very old questions and the answers to them are still not clear.
We know, however, that just being born with a good mind is not enough. In some ways, the mind is like a leg or an arm muscle. It needs exercise. Mental (done with the mind) exercise is particularly important for young children. Many child psychologists (心理学家) think that parents should play with their children more often and give them problems to think about. The children are then more likely to grow up bright and intelligent. If, on the other hand, children are left alone a great deal with nothing to do, they are more likely to become dull and unintelligent.
Parents should also be careful with what they say to young children. According to some psychologists, if parents are always telling a child that he or she is a fool or an idiot, then the child is more likely to keep doing silly and foolish things. So it is probably better for parents to say very positive (helpful) things to their children, such as “That was a very clever thing you did.” or “You are such a smart child.”
36. The words “intelligent” and “brilliant” in the first paragraph probably mean _______ while “dull” in the second paragraph means ________.
A. bright and splendid; slow in thinking and understanding
B. pretty and handsome; ordinary-looking
C. great and important; common
D. hopeful and helpful; careless 
37. According to the context we can guess that a genius is ________ while an idiot is ________.
A. a normal person; a funny person
B. a strong person; a weak person
C. a highly intelligent person; a foolish or weak-minded person
D. a famous person; an ordinary person 
38. A person ________ is more likely to become a genius.
A. whose parents are clever
B. often thinking about difficult problems
C. often helped by his parents and teachers
D. born with a good brain and putting it into active use 
39. It is better for parents ________.
A. to praise and encourage their children more often
B. to be hard on their children
C. to leave their children alone with nothing to do
D. to give their children as much help as possible 
40. Which of the following is NOT true according to the article?
A. Parents play an important part in their children’s growth.
B. The less you use your mind the duller you may become.
C. Intelligence is obviously the result of where and how you live.
D. What makes a person bright or stupid is still under discussion.
Mr. Fitzpatrick has given much attention to his “Weight reduction” (减轻体重) programs. Just last year, for example, when he was the main speaker at the company dinner, he said he put on twenty pounds instead of losing thirty he promised he would.
The year before that, he joined a health club. He exercised every day and ate less food. At the end of three months, however, he began making excuses about why he couldn’t go there more often.
After the health club failed to work, he joined Weight Watchers but stopped going because he was the only man there. And he hated following any of the diet programs. Fitz’s latest idea is to join a walking club to “walk off” the weight.
41. Mr. Fitzpatrick was ________ when spoke at the company dinner last year.
A. lighter than the year before B. planning to go on a diet
C. heavier than the year before D. with the Weight Watchers 
42. He did not stay with Weight Watchers because ________.
A. he couldn’t do as the diet programs required him
B. he felt uncomfortable being watched by women
C. the members of Weight Watchers were all women but him
D. both A and C 
43. Which of the following can best explain the main idea of the passage?
A. There is no good way to lose weight. B. One can do nothing without a strong will.
C. There are different ways to lose weight. D. Walking is the best way of losing weight.

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