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人教版高中英语必修五单元测试题及答案.doc

新课标模块五单元测试题一一.听力略二.单项填空21Thepolicehadto____theevidenceinordertoarrestthethief.AexamineBcheckCtestDprove22Hewroteheralongletterexpressingthefact____shewouldnotmisunderstandhim.AsoastoBinordertoCsothatDforfear23MyheartwasfilledwithgladnessbecauseIwasableto____myparents.AintendBcareCconcernDattend24Therelationshipbetweenthetwocountrieshas____sincethebeginningofthetalksontheborderconflicts.AeasedBreducedCeasyDcomforted25.Itsverydangeroustobe____totheSARSviruswithoutanyprotection.AdisclosedBuncoverCaffectedDexposed26.Thismedicinewill____himofhiscough.ArecoverBcureCtreatDheal27.Healwaysbringsmeaprettygift____hecomestovisitme.AbythetimeBsometimesCeverytimeDattimes28.Tooursurprise,theman,whowaslookeddownuponbyothersinthepast,isnow____thewholeproject.AbeyondcontrolBincontrolofCoutofcontrolDlosingcontrolof29.Finallyhegotthe___________fromhereyesshedidntlovehimanylonger.A.newsB.messageC.explanationD.expression30.WherewasIYou_________youdidntlikeyourfathersjob.A.hadsaidB.saidC.weresayingD.hadbeensaying31.Weregoingto________thehutongsofBeijing.WouldyouliketojoinusA.getroundB.getalongC.getinD.getover32.ProfessorJordangaveus_______lecturethisafternoonandmostofuswereconfused.A.amoreconfusingB.moreconfusingaC.amostconfusingD.themostconfusing33.Doyou_____anydifficulty______thesubjectYes.Itstoohardforme.A.taketounderstandB.haveinunderstandingB.takeunderstandingD.havetounderstand34.Inmyopinion,ZhaoWeiisnt________afilmstar.Shesjustgoodlooking.A.muchofB.moreofC.somethingofD.abitof35.Itssevenoclocknow.Lets_________thenewsonCCTV1.A.seeB.lookatC.listentoD.watch第二节完型填空阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从3655各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项Itwaspouringoutside.Weallstoodthere36,somepatiently,othersannoyed37naturemessedup弄糟theirhurriedday.Igotlostinthesoundandsightoftheheavens38awaythedirtanddustoftheworld.Mom,letsrunthroughtherain,agirlsvoice39me.No,honey.Wellwaituntilit40downabit,Momreplied.Theyounggirlwaitedaboutanotherminuteand41Mom,letsrunthroughtherain.Wellgetwetifwedo,Momsaid.No,wewont,Mom.Thatsnotwhatyousaidthismorning,theyounggirlsaidasshe42herMomsarm.Thismorning43didIsaywecouldrunthroughtherainandnotgetwetDontyourememberWhenyouweretalkingtoDaddyabouthiscancer,yousaid,IfGodcangetusthroughthis,hecangetusthrough44.Theentirecrowdturned45.Mompausedandthoughtforamomentabout46shewouldsay.Nowsomewouldlaughitoffandscoldherforbeing47.Butthenweheard,Honey,youare48.Letsrunthroughtherain.Ifwegetwet,maybewejustneedwashing,Momsaid.Then49theyran.Weallstood50,smilingandlaughingastheyranpastthecars.Yes,theygotwet.Buttheywere51byafewwhoscreamedandlaughedlikechildrenallthe52totheircars.Circumstances境况orpeoplecantakeawayyourmaterialpossessions,andtheycaneventakeawayyour53.Butnoonecanevertakeawayyourprecious54.So,dontforgettomaketimeandtakethe55tomakememorieseverydayIhopeyoustilltakethetimetorunthroughtherain.36.A.talkingB.waitingC.complainingD.expecting37.A.asifB.evenifC.becauseD.when38.A.takingB.puttingC.drivingD.washing39.A.caughtB.brokeC.impressedD.called40.A.slowsB.comesC.pushesD.calms41.A.askedB.repeatedC.requiredD.added42.A.pulledB.touchedC.wavedD.felt43.A.WhyB.HowC.WhenD.Where44.A.therainB.thediseaseC.anythingD.something45.A.stillB.silentC.seriousD.angry46.A.whatB.howC.whetherD.if47.A.dishonestB.sillyC.daringD.forgetful48.A.rightB.wrongC.stupidD.clever49.A.offB.alongC.onD.over50.A.sighingB.jokingC.discussingD.watching51.A.followedB.guidedC.respectedD.praised52.A.timeB.wayC.sameD.best53.A.houseB.moneyC.healthD.time54.A.childrenB.memoriesC.courageD.experience55.A.possibilitiesB.opportunitiesC.riskD.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。AWorkisapartoflivingmygrandparentsunderstoodthat.Theylivedandworkedonafarmthathasbeeninmyfamilyfor150years.Theyraisedchickensforeggs,pigsandcattleformeat.Cowswerekeptformilkandthecream,fromwhichGrandmamadebutterandcheese.Whatlittleyardtheyhadbecameagarden.TheDepression,therefore,didntmakemuchchangeintheirlives.Butitdidbringanunendingflowofmenoutofwork,driftingfromjobtojob,tothefarm.Thefirsttoshowupatthedoorofthekitchenwasamaninrags.Hetookoffhishatandquietlyexplainedthathehadnteatenforawhile.Grandpastoodwatchinghimabit,thensaid,Theresastackoffirewoodagainstthefencebehindthebarn谷仓.Ivebeenneedingtogetitmovedtotheothersideofthefence.Youhavejustaboutenoughtimetofinishthejobbeforelunch.Grandmasaidasurprisingthinghappened.Themangotashineinhiseyesandhehurriedtothebarnatonce.Shesetanotherplaceatthetableandmadeanapplepie.Duringlunch,thestrangerdidntsaymuch,butwhenheleft,hisshouldershadstraightened.Nothingruinsamanlikelosinghisselfrespect,Grandpalatertoldme.Soonafter,anothermanshowedupaskingforameal.Thisonewasdressedinasuitandcarriedasmalloldsuitcase.Grandpacameoutwhenheheardvoices.Helookedatthemanandthenofferedahandshake.ThereisastackoffirewoodalongthefencedownbehindthebarnIvebeenmeaningtogetitmoved.Itdsurebeahelptome.Andwedbepleasedtohaveyoustayforlunch.Thefellowsethissuitcaseasideandneatlylaidhiscoatontop.Thenhesetofftowork.GrandmasaysshedoesntrememberhowmanystrangerstheysharedamealwithduringthoseDepressiondaysorhowmanytimesthatstackofwoodgotmoved.56.Whenhewasaskedtomoveastackoffirewood,thefirstmanwhoaskedforamealgotashineinhiseyesforhewasgladthat.A.hehadfoundagoodjobB.hewouldhavesomethingtoeatC.hewouldnolongersufferfromtheDepressionD.hewouldgetwhathewantedwithoutlosinghisselfrespect57.Thewritersgrandfatheraskedthosejoblessmentomovethestackoffirewoodbecause.A.hedidntwantthemtohaveamealfreeofchargeB.hehadbeenneedingtogetitmovedC.hewantedtohelptheminhisownwayD.hewantedtoshowthemhiskindnessandrespect58.Thewritersgrandfatherwasallofthefollowingbut.A.kindB.thoughtfulC.wealthyD.sympathetic59.Thebesttitleforthestorywouldbe.A.TheDepressionB.ThePleasureofHelpingOthersC.NoPains,NoGainsD.WorkAPartofLivingBEveryoneknowsthattheFrenchareromantic,theItalianarefashionableandtheGermansareserious.OrdotheyArethesejuststereotypesoristherereallysuchathingasnationalcharacterAndifthereis,canitaffecthowanationsucceedorfailAtleastonegroupofpeopleiscertainthatitcan.Arecentsurveyofthetop500entrepreneurs实业家intheUKfoundthat70percentfeltthattheireffortswerenotappreciatedbytheBritishpublic.Britainishostiletosuccess,theysaid.Ithasacultureofjealousy嫉妒.Asaresult,thesurveysaid,entrepreneurswereunloved,unwantedandmisunderstood.JealousyissometimesknownasthegreeneyedmonsterandtheUKisitshome.ScientistsatWarwichUniversityintheUKrecentlytestedthisidea.Theygatheredagroupofpeopletogetherandgaveeachanimaginaryamountofmoney.Someweregivenalittle,othersagreatdeal.Thosegivenalittlemoneyweregiventhechancetodestroythelargeamountsofmoneygiventoothersbutatthecostoflosingtheirown.Twothirdsofthepeopletestedagreedtodothis.Thisseemstoprovetheentrepreneurswererighttocomplain.Butthereisalsoconflictingevidence.TheOrganizationforEconomicCooperationandDevelopmentOECDrecentlyreportedthattheUKwasnowtheworldsfourthlargesteconomy.Thatisnotbadforpeoplewhoaresupposedtohatesuccess.PeopleintheUKalsoworklongerhoursthananyoneelseinEurope.SotheBritishpeoplearenotlazy,either.ItsnotreallysuccessthattheBritishdislike,saysCareyCooper,aProfessorofmanagementattheUniversityofManchesterInstituteofScienceandTechnology.Itspeopleusingtheirsuccessinawaythatseemsarrogant傲慢orunfairorwhichseparatesthemfromtheirroots.Perhapsitistheentrepreneurswhoaretheproblem.Theysetouttodothingsintheirway.Theyworklonghours.Bytheirowneffortstheybecomemillionaires.Butinsteadofbeinghappytheycomplainthatnobodylovesthem.Ithardlyseemsworthfollowingtheirexample.Iftheyweremorefriendly,peoplewouldlikethemmore.Andmorepeoplewanttobelikethem.60.WhatdoestheunderlineditinthesecondparagraphrefertoA.OnegroupofpeopleB.AgreatsurveyC.NationalcharacterD.Anation61.MostentrepreneurssurveyedbelievethatA.theyarenotpopularsimplybecausetheyaresuccessfulB.theBritishpublicarehardworkingC.loveofsuccessisBritainsnationalcharacterD.theyareconsideredasgreeneyedmonsters62.WhatdoestheresultoftheWarwichUniversitytestshowA.TwothirdsofthepeopletesteddidntlovemoneyB.MostpeoplewouldratherfailthanseeotherssucceedC.AnimaginaryamountofmoneydoesnotattractpeopleD.Mostpeoplearewillingtoenjoysuccesswithothers63.Thewriterofthepassageseemstosuggestthat.A.jealousyisBritainsnationalcharacterB.BritishentrepreneursarenotfairlytreatedC.thescientistsareWarwichUniversitydidasuccessfultestD.theBritishdisliketheentrepreneursbecausetheydonotbehaveproperlyCABatterysWorstNightmare噩梦Portableelectronicsthatcanbecarriedabouteasilyareonlyasgoodastheirbatteriesand,letsfaceit,batteriesarentverygood,especiallywhencomparedwith,say,petrol,whichpacks100timesabatterysenergyintoanequalspace.ThatswhyalargegroupofmechanicalengineerscenteredattheMassachusettsInstituteofTechnology,butwithpartnersatotheruniversitiesandcompaniesarehardatworkinanefforttoreplacebatterieswithatinyenginethatrunsonfuel.ImagineabatteryfreelifeWhenthefuelrunsoutinyourlaptopormobilephone,youjustfillupandgo.Theengineaboutthesizeofatencentcoinstartswithacombustionchamber燃烧室thatburnshydrogen氢.Itstinypartsareetchedontosiliconwafers硅片inthesamemannerthatcomputerpartsareimprintedontointegratedcircuits集成电路.Thefirstengineismadeupoffivewafers.Andsincethesewaferscouldbeproducedinmuchthesamewayascomputerchips,theycouldprobablybeproducedquitecheaply.Butthedevilinallthisnicedetailisefficiency效率.Tinyenginepartsdontalwaysbehaveliketheirscaleduppartsofthefirstengine.Somethingbetweenthepartscanslowdowntheworks,accordingtoColumbiaUniversityprofessorLucFrechette,oneoftheenginesdesigners.Extremeheatfromthecombustionchamberisalsoaproblem,oftenleakingtootherpartsoftheengine.Thescientistsgoalistocreateanenginethatwilloperateat10percentefficiencythatis,10timesbetterthanbatteriesoperate.Frechettesaysthatacompletesystem,withallpartsofplaceandworking,willbesetupinthenextcoupleofyears,butcommercialmodelsarentlikelyuntilatleasttheendofthenexttenyears.64.Accordingtothepassage,thetitlesuggeststhatA.batteriesshouldbegreatlyimprovedB.petrolwillbeusedinsteadofbatteriesC.thetimeofbatterieswillbegoneforeverD.pollutioncausedbybatteriesmustbesolved65.Whatsthemeaningoftheunderlinedworddevilinparagraph3A.problemB.advantageC.inventionD.technique66.WhatcanweinferfromthepassageA.Thenewinventiondoesntneedanyfuel.B.Thenewenginehasbeenproducedinquantity.C.Thenewinventionismuchcheaperthanthebattery.D.Thenewengineneedstobeimprovedbeforeitsonsale67.WhatisthemainpurposeofthispassageA.Tointroduceanewinventiontoreaders.B.Topersuadereadersnottousebatteries.C.Toshowushowthenewinventionworks.D.Todeclarewhentheenginewillbeonsale.DTalesFromAnimalHospitalDavidGrantDavidGranthasbecomeafamiliarfacetomillionsoffansofAnimalHospital.HereDrGranttellsustheverybestofhispersonalstoriesabouttheanimalshehastreated,includingfamiliarpatientssuchasthedogsSnowyandDuchess,thedelightfulcatMarigoldSerendipityDiamond.HealsotakesthereaderbehindthescenesatHarmsworthMemorialAnimalHospitalashedescribeshisday,fromordinarymedicalcheckupstosurgery(外科手术).TalesFromAnimalHospitalwilldelightallfansoftheprogramandanyonewhohasalivelyinterestintheirpet,whetheritbecat,dogorsnakeI14.99Hardback272ppSimonSchusterISBN0751304417IsaacNewtonTheLastSorcererMichaelWhiteFormtheauthorofStephenHawkingALifeinScience,comesthiscolorfuldescriptionofthelifeoftheworldsfirstmodernscientist.Interestingyetbasedonfact,MichaelWhiteslearnedyetreadablenewbookoffersatruepictureofNewtoncompletelydifferentfromwhatpeoplecommonlyknowabouthim.Newtonisshownasagiftedscientistwithveryhumanweaknesseswhostoodatthepointinhistorywheremagic魔术endedandsciencebegan.£8.99Hardback320ppFourthEstateISBN1857024168FermatsLastTheoremSimonSinghIn1963aschoolboycalledAndrewWilesreadinginhisschoollibrarycameacrosstheworldsgreatestmathematicalproblemFermatsLastTheorem定理.FirstputforwardbytheFrenchmathematicianPierredeFermatintheseventeenthcentury,thetheoremhadbaffledandbeatenthefinestmathematicalminds,includingaFrenchwomanscientistwhomadeamajoradvanceinworkingouttheproblem,andwhohadtodresslikeamaninordertobeabletostudyattheEcolePolytechnique.ThroughunbelievabledeterminationAndrewWilesfinallyworkedouttheproblemin1995.Anunusualstoryofhumaneffortoverthreecenturies,FermatsLastTheoremwilldelightspecialistsandgeneralreadersalike.£12.99Hardback384ppFourthEstateISBN185702521068.WhatisAnimalHospitalA.Anewsstory.B.Apopularbook.C.Aresearchreport.D.ATVprogram.69.InMichaelWhitesbook,Newtonisdescribedas.A.apersonwhodidnotlookthesameasinmanypicturesB.apersonwholivedacolorfulandmeaningfullifeC.agreatbutnotperfectmanD.anoldtimemagician70.WhichofthefollowingbestexplainsthemeaningofthewordbaffleasitisusedinthetextA.Toencouragepeopletoraisequestions.B.Tocausedifficultyinunderstanding.C.toprovideapersonwithanexplanation.D.Tolimitpeoplesimagination.71.WhatisthepurposeofwritingthesethreetextsA.TomakethebookseasiertoreadB.ToshowtheimportanceofscienceC.TointroducenewauthorsD.Tosellthebooks.ETwohoursfromthetallbuildingsofManhattanandPhiladelphialivesomeoftheworldslargestblackbears.TheyareinnorthernPennsylvaniasPoconoMountains,ahometheysharewithanabundanceofotherwildlife.Thestreams,lakes,mountainridgesandforeststhatmakethePoconosanidealplaceforblackbearshavealsoattractedmorepeopletotheregion.Openspacesarethreatenedbyplansforhousingestatesandimportanthabitatsareendangeredbyhighwayconstruction.ToprotectthePoconosnaturalbeautyfromirresponsibledevelopment,TheNatureConservancy大自然保护协会namedtheareaoneofAmericansLastGreatPlaces.OperatingoutofacenturyoldschoolhouseinthevillageofLongPond,Pennsylvanian,theConservancysBudCookisworkingwithlocalpeopleandbusinessleaderstobalanceeconomicgrowthwithenvironmentalprotection.BybuildinguppartnershipswithpeoplelikeFrancisAltemose,theConservancyhasbeenabletoprotectmorethan14,000acresofenvironmentallyimportantlandinthearea.AltemosesfamilyhasfarmedinthePoconoareaforgenerations.TwoyearsagoFrancisworkedwiththeConservancytoincludehisfarminacountyfarmlandprotectionprogram.Asaresult,hisfamilyslandcanbeprotectedfromthedevelopmentandtheAltemoseswillbebetterabletoprovideasecurefinancialfuturefortheir7yearoldgrandson.CookcontributestheConservancyssuccessinthePoconostohavingalocalpresenceandacommitmenttoworkingwithlocalresidents.Thekeytoprotectingtheseremarkablelandsisconnectingwiththelocalcommunity,Cooksaid,Thepeoplewholivehererespecttheland.Theyvaluequietforests,clearstreamsandabundantwildlife.Theyareeagertohelpwithconservationefforts.FormoreinformationonhowyoucanhelpTheNatureConservancyprotectthePoconoandtheworldsotherLastGreatPlaces,pleasecall18885646864,orvisitusontheWorldWideWebatwww.tnc.org.72.ThepurposeinnamingthePocanosasoneofAmericansLastGreatPlacesisto.A.gainsupportfromthelocalcommunity.B.protectitfromirresponsibledevelopmentC.makeitabetterhomeforblackbearsD.providefinancialsecurityforfuturegenerations73.Welearnfromthepassagethat.A.thepopulationinthePoconoareaisgrowingB.wildlifeinthePoconoareaisdyingoutrapidlyC.thesecurityofthePoconoresidentsisbeingthreatenedD.farmlandsinthePoconosareaaredecreasingfast74.WhatisimportantinprotectingthePoconosaccordingtoCookA.Thesettingupofanenvironmentalprotectionwebsite.B.SupportfromtheorganizationslikeTheNatureConservancy.C.Cooperationwiththelocalresidentsandbusinessleaders.D.Inclusionofthefarmlandsintheregionsprotectionprogram.75.WhatdoesBudCookmeanbyhavingalocalpresenceLine1,para.5A.Financialcontributionsfromlocalbusinessleaders.B.Considerationoftheinterestofthelocalresidents.C.Theestablishmentofawildlifeprotectionfoundationinthearea.D.ThesettingupofalocalNatureConservancybranchinthePoconoarea.2125ACDCD2630BCBBC3135ACBAD3640BCDAA4145BACCB4650ABAAD5155ABCBB5659DCCB6063CABD6467CADA6871DCBD7275BACDUnit2TheUnitedKingdom同步练习一、Listing(听)A、听力填空题听下面一段短文,填入所缺的词。ThePalaceofWestminsterThepropernamefortheHousesofParliamentisthePalaceofWestminsterand,infact,therehasbeenaroyal1onthatsiteeversincethedaysofEdwardtheConfessor_H.ThelastkingactuallytolivetherewasHenryVIIIwho2thePalaceofWestminsterafterabadfirein1529.TheHousesofParliamentarestillaroyalpalaceandwere3bytheLordGreatChamberlainhimselfuntil1965.Therearerecordsofakeeperofthepalacesince1150,andhewaspaid7dadayforthejobfromthatdayuntil4,whenthepositionwasabolished.Andifyouthinkthatisfunny,rememberthat5todayalltheM.P.scloakroompegshavealittleloopofredtapehangingfromthemto6theirswordsThe7partoftheHousesofParliamentisWestminsterHall.PartsofthiswerebuiltbyWilliamRufuswhosucceededWilliamtheConqueror_H.Butmostofitwasbuiltbya8architectcalledHenryYevelebetween1394and1399.WhenWilliamRufus9builtWestminsterHallitwascalledtheNewHalltostopitbeingconfusedwiththeOldHallbuiltbyEdwardtheConfessor.Fromthatdaytothisthecourtyardinfrontofithasbeen10asNewPalaceYard.1_______2_______3_______4_______5_______6_______7_______8_______9_______10______B、听下面5段对话。每段对话后有一道小题,从每题所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听完每段对话后,你将有10秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话你将听一遍。1.WhendoesthebakerycloseA.At615.B.At705.C.At630.2.WhatdoesthewomanmeantxjyA.theschoolshouldhavebeenbuiltalongtimeago.B.Itwillbeagoodschool.C.Itsunnecessarytobuildaschool.3.WhichofthefollowingistruetxjyA.JackandSuearegoingtoNewYorkforameeting.B.JackandSuehavejustgotmarried.C.JackandSuewillstayinoneofthebesthotelsforamonth.4.WheredoesthedialoguemostprobablytakeplacetxjyA.Atahotel.B.Athome.C.Atafurnitureshop.5.WhatsthewomansopinionaboutthedressesA.Theyarenotgoodandthepriceishigh.B.Theyaregoodandthepriceislow.C.Theyaregoodbutthepriceishigh.C、听下面4段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几道小题,从每题中所给的A、B、C三个选项中选出最佳选项。听每段对话或独白前,你将有5秒钟时间阅读每小题。听完后,每小题将给出5秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。听第6段材料,回答第6至7题。6.WhichistrueofVinnieJonesA.HeusedtobeasoccerplayerforWimbledon.B.HeisafamousBritishsinger.C.HeisfamousinAmericabutnotinBritain.7.WhatdowelearnaboutthewomanA.SheisinterestedinVinnieJones.B.ShedoesntlikethefilmsstarredbyVinnieJones.C.SheknowsmoreaboutVinnieJones.听第7段材料,回答第8至9题。8.WhatdidthetwospeakersmainlytalkaboutA.Theirfavouritedirectors.B.AnewfilmcalledET.C.FilmsdirectedbySpielberg.9.WhatdoesthewomanthinkofAIA.Itsmoving.B.Itssad.C.Itsdull.听第8段材料,回答第10至12题。10.WhatsthemansopinionofTVnewsshowsA.Theyareworthwatching.B.Itsawasteoftimewatchingthem.C.Theydonttellanything.11.WhichprogramdoesthemanhatemostA.Educationalprograms.B.Policeshows.C.Newsshows.12.HowdoesthewomanfeelabouttheTVprogramsA.OnlyafewTVprogramsaregood.

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