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高二选修6 Unit 3 A healthy life单元测试题
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Unit 3单元测试卷

第一卷(选择题  共85分)
第一部分:英语知识运用(共两节,满分45分)
第一节:单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)
1.—What about having a drink?
—    
A. Good idea.    B. Help yourself.
C. Go ahead, please.   D. Me, too.
2.______worries me the way he keeps changing his mind.
A.This    B.That       C.What   D.It
3.Christmas is _____ special holiday when _______ whole family are supposed to get together.
A. the, the        B. a, a           C. the, a             D. a, the
4. —Did Alan enjoy seeing his old friends yesterday?
—Yes, he did. He ________ his old friends for a long time.
A. didn’t see    B. wouldn’t see  C. hasn’t seen  D. hadn’t seen
5. He didn’t make____clear when and where the meeting would be held.
A. this      B.that     C.it      D.these
6. They were surrounded by the enemy, but finally they_____out of the encirclement.
A. managed breaking      B.tried breaking
C.managed to break       D.tried to
7. It is difficult for us to learn a lesson in life ____we’ve actually had that lesson.
A. until          B. after           C. since           D. when
8. - There is still a copy of the book in the library. Wall you go and borrow
         ?               
- No, I’d rather buy         in the bookstore.      
A.it; one    B.one; one   C.one; it  D.it; it
9. The accident was ____ his careless driving.
A. due to             B. because 
C. because of        D. Both A and C
10. --- What's that ____coming from the kitchen?
----Hmm, it ______like fresh homemade bread.
A smell; smell B smell; smells C smells; smells D smells; smell
11. ___________ made his mother worried.
A. The child was addicted to playing computer games
B. The child’s being addicted to playing computer games
C. The child’s being addicted to play computer games
D. The child addicted to playing computer games
12. After living there for one year, they have________there.
A. accustomed to working      B. accustomed to work
C. been accustomed to working D. been accustomed to work
13. He lost his way in the forest, but he managed to get through it ______.
A. completely B. eventually C. quickly D.automatically
14. They had a wonderful holiday, ____________bad weather.
A. because of B. due to C. in spite of D.  despite of
15. ----I _____to go for a walk.
-------But I_____ going shopping.
A. would like; feel like B. feel like; feel like C. feel like; would like D would like; would like

第二节:完形填空(共20小题,每小题1.5分,满分30分)
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从16-35各题所给的A.B.C.D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

New comers to the United States are often   16 by the schools. American schools 17 seem so different from schools they know in 18 parts of the world. American education is based on the 19 that children 20 to learn to think 21 themselves. The school should be the 22 where they learn to do this.  23  ,children learn the "three R's"(Reading, Writing and Arithmetic), history and government(often called Social Studies) and many other  24  .They also learn  25  be independent(独立的), how to make their own judgment(判断), and how to develop their own  26  and interests. The American teacher does not 27 the children in her class to sit 28 hands folded quietly and to say 29. She wants them to listen attentively, to ask questions. She knows that 30 children learn from books is 31 .She also knows that, it is necessary for them to know how to use this 32 for their 33 and development. During Open School Week, parents have a 34 to see how American education 35.
16. A.happy      B.afraid      C.glad         D.surprised
17. A.some time   B.sometime   C.sometimes    D. sometimes
18. A.other       B.the other    C.another       D.all
19. A.opinion     B.idea        C.promise       D. conclusion
20. A. need       B.needed      C.dare         D.dared
21. A.of          B.against     C.for          D.with
22. A.place       B.space       C.room         D.area
23. A.From school  B.Out school  C.By school       D.In school
24. A.lessons       B.knowledge  C.subjects           D.obiects
25. A.when to       B.how to    C.what to         D.where to
26. A.ability     B.skill         C.abilities          D.skills
27. A.think      B.want        C.let         D.make
28. A.with       B.across         C.over         D.above
29. A.something     B.anything          C.nothing      D.much
30.A.that         B.which         C.不填         D.what
31. A.important         B.unimportant       C.necessary         D.useless
32. A.study           B.work         C.learning         D.aim
33. A.growing         B.growth         C.future         D.tomorrow
34. A.ability           B.possibility           C.interest      D.chance
35. A.develops       B.learns          C.goes       D.works

第二部分:阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
A
Many animals recognize their food because they see it. So do humans. When you see an apple or a piece of chocolate you know that these are things you can eat. You can also use other senses when you choose your food. You may like it because it smells good or because it tastes good. You may dislike some types of food because they do not look, smell or taste very nice. Different animals use different senses to find and choose their food. A few animals depend on only one of their senses, while most animals use more than one sense.
Although there are many different types of food, some animals spend their lives eating only one type. The giant panda(大熊猫)eats only one particular type of bamboo(竹子). Other animals eat only one type of food even when given the choice. A kind of white butterfly(蝴蝶)will stay on the leaves of a cabbage, even though there are plenty of other vegetables in the garden. However, most animals have a more varied diet(多样化饮食). The bear eats fruits and fish. The fox eats small animals, birds and fruits. The diet of these animals will be different depending on the season.
Humans have a very varied diet. We often eat food because we like it and not because it is good for us. In countries such as France and Britain, people eat foods with too much sugar. This makes them overweight, which is bad for their health. Eating too much red meat and animal products, such as butter, can also be bad for the health. Choosing the right food, therefore, has become an area of study in modern life.
36. We can infer from the text that humans and animals _________.
 A. depend on one sense in choosing food     B.  are not satisfied with their food
C. choose food in similar ways             D. eat entirely different food
37. Which of the following eats only one type of food?
A. The white butterfly.                   B. The small bird.
C. The bear.                            D. The fox.
38. Certain animals change their choice of food when ___________.
A. the season changes                    B. the food color changes
C. they move to different places            D. they are attracted by different smells
39. We can learn from the last paragraph that __________.
A. food is chosen for a good reason        
B. French and British food is good
C. some people have few choices of food   
D. some people care little about healthy diet
                                   B
Louis Armstrong had two famous nicknames (绰号). Some people called him Bagamo. They said his mouth looked like a large bag, Musicians often called him Pops, as a sign of respect for his influence (影响) on the world of music.
 Born in 1901 in New Orleans, be grew up poor, but lived among great musicians. Jazz was invented in the city a few years before his birth. Armstrong often said,” Jazz and I grew up together.”
 Armstrong showed a great talent (天赋) for music when he was taught to play the cornet (短号) at a boy’s home. In his late teens, Armstrong began to live the life of a musician. He played in parades, clubs, and on the steamboats that traveled on the Mississippi River. At that time, New Orleans was famous for the new music of jazz and was home to many great musicians. Armstrong learned from the older musicians and soon became respected as their equal.
 In 1922 he went to Chicago. There, the tale of Louis Armstrong begins. From then until the end of his life, Armstrong was celebrated and loved wherever be went Armstrong had no equal when it came to playing the American popular song.
 His cornet playing had a deep humanity (仁爱) and warmth that caused many listeners to say, “Listening to Pops just makes you feel good all over.”He was the father of the jazz style(风格) and also one of the best-known and most admired people in the world. His death, on July 6, 1971, was headline news around the world.
40. Armstrong was called Pops because he         .       
A. looked like a musician   B.was a musician of much influence
C.showed an interest in music  D.traveled to play modern music
41. The third paragraph is developed           .        
A. by space    B.by examples  C.by time  D.by comparison
42. Which statement about Armstrong is true?         
A. His tale begins in New Orleans.  
B.He was born before jazz was invented.
C.His music was popular with his listeners.
D.He learned popular music at a boy’s home.
43. Which would be the best title for the text?        
A.The Invention of the Jazz Music B.The Father of the Jazz Style
C.The Making of a Musician     D.The Spread of Popular Music
                                        C
You might not know it, but there is something wonderful at your fingertips. You can make people happier, healthier and more hard-working just by touching their arms or holding their hands.
    Doctors say that body contact(接触) is a kind of medicine that can work wonders. When people are touched, the quantity of hemoglobin (血红蛋白) — a type of matter that produces the red color in blood increases greatly. This results in more oxygen (氧气) reaching every part of the body and the whole body benefits. In experiments, bottle-fed baby monkeys were separated from their mothers for the first ten days of life. They became sad and negative. Studies showed the monkeys were more probable to become ill than other babies that were allowed to stay with their mothers.
    Human babies react (反应) in much the same way. Some years ago, a scientist noticed that some well-fed babies in a clean nursery (托儿所) became weak. Yet babies in another nursery were growing healthily, even though they ate less well and were not kept as clean. The reason, he concluded, was that they often had touches from nurses.
    Experiments show that most people like being touched. And nearly all doctors believe touch helps to reduce patients' fear of treatment. Of course there is time when a touch is not welcome. But even if we don’t like being touched, a smile can make us feel better. Smiling increases blood flow and starts the production of “happy brain” chemicals.
    So let’s have a big smile and don’t forget to keep in touch.
44. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. Everyone knows that body contact can make people happier.
B. People may work harder because of body contact.
C. Your fingertips can do something wonderful.
D. People may not understand the importance of touching.
45. According to the passage, ______.
A. human brains need oxygen and blood supply now and then
B. touches from doctors and nurses have nothing to do with treatment
C. new-born baby monkeys should stay away from their mothers
D. not all the people like being touched
46. The word “benefits” in the second paragraph probably means ______.
A. to be useful or helpful             B. to get something useful or helpful
C. to be ill                           D. to be hurt
47. The best title for the passage might be ______.
A. Why People Touch                B. Smile and Touch
C. Wonders of Touch                  D. Touch or Not

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