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江苏省淮阴中学 2015 届高二英语学案

M6U1

No.4

编制:沈培

审定:钱正明

I. Multiple Choice
1. to sunlight for too much time will do harm to one's skin. A.

Being exposed B. Having exposed C. After being exposed D. Exposing 2. A television programme "Kim will fix it" invites viewers to say what they want to do. A. being called B. having been called C. calling D. called 3. The students are forbidden, unless they have special passes, after 11 p.m. A. to staying out B. to stay out C. staying out D. stay out 4. the right decisions the future is probably the most important thing we’ll do in our lives. A. Making; concerning B. Make; concerning C. To make; concerned D.Making; concerned 5. The new engine right now will be used in the new type of airplane soon. A. to be experimented on B. being experimented on C. having been experimented on D. experimented on 6. Rose found her toy bear under the chair. A. hiding B. to hide C. having hidden D. hidden 7. When passing me he pretended me. A. to see B. not having seen C. to have not seen D. not to have seen 8. The Town Hall in the 1800's was the most distinguished building at that time. A. to be completed B. having been completed C. completed D. being completed 9. John received an invitation to dinner, and with his work , he gladly accepted it. A. finished B. finishing C. having finished D. was finished 10. ——Come on! Please give me some idea about the project. —— Sorry. With so much work my mind, I almost break down. A. filled B. filling C. to fill D. being filled 11. The manager said his company was not going to any more staff for the moment. A. take off B. take down C. take up D. take on 12. Peter received a letter just now his grandma would come to see him soon. A. said B. says C. saying D. to say 13. I do appreciate able to come to my party tomorrow evening. A. you will B. you to be C. your being D. to your being 14. The boy around the neighborhood, of something that he wanted. A. wandered; lookingB. wandered; looked C. wandering; looking D. wandering; looked 15. The book made this kind of paper is not popular, because the paper easily. A. of; tear B. from; tear C. of; tears D. from; tears 16. Frightened by the snake, the girl crying near the well. A. burst in B. burst upon C. burst into D. burst out 17. In the crowded bus we often find young people the old or the woman with a baby. A. make a room for B. making a room for C. to make room for D. making room for 18.——Have you received any e-mails recently? ——Yes. I letters and cards many times while I was in Germany. A. have received B. had received C. received D. would receive 19. With a lot of difficult problems , the newly-elected president is having a hard time.
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江苏省淮阴中学 2015 届高二英语学案

M6U1

No.4

编制:沈培

审定:钱正明

A. settled B. settling 20. ——Did Mary come? ——I don't know. She A. might have come B. might come

C. to settle D. being settled while I was out. C. must have come D. should have come

Ⅱ.Cloze Test
During Christmas break from college, a young man wanted to borrow his father’s car to drive to a New Year’s Eve 21 to be held in Vermont. The father was 22 about the son hitting one of the roadblocks that people set up all over the place on New Year’s Eve. The 23 that reached was that the son would be allowed to use the car, but he would not drink at all. So he drove to Vermont, got completely 24 and attempted to drive home. On the way home he hit a roadblock. He was told to 25 the car and stand in a line of people that were being given the breath alcoholic 26 . However, the policeman 27 him out. He was 28 standing off to the side while the others were 29 the police officer how well they could walk a 30 line, etc. At 7:00 a.m., his father got up to answer the 31 . There were 32 policemen there. They asked him if he was the 33 of that red FIAT. He replied, “Yes, I am.” One of the policemen asked him if he was driving the car the evening before and he said that his son had been the driver. When the young man 34 himself in front of the policemen, he knew he was in some sort of 35 . Upon questioning, he 36 that he was driving the car, but when asked if he had been 37 , he said, “No!” When the policemen asked if he could see his car, he was unable to remember the 38 . He said that it was in the garage. And when the four of them walked out to look at the car, instead of looking at the car he had driven the 39 before, they saw a 40 car parked there. 21. A. party B. meeting C. dinner D. test 22. A. sure B. worried C. curious D. anxious 23. A. suggestion B. condition C. conclusion D. agreement 24. A. excited B. tired C. pleased D. drunk 25. A. stop B. get out of C. drive D. get into 26. A. punishment B. test C. education D. talk 27. A. gave B. made C. missed D. found 28. A. considered B. required C. suggested D. left 29. A. showing B. explaining C. asking D. telling 30. A. long B. straight C. calm D. direct 31. A. telephone B. call C. doorbell D. question 32. A. many B. two C. four D. one 33. A. manager B. father C. student D. owner 34. A. stood B. found C. put D. took 35. A. danger B. test C. trouble D. accident 36. A. believed B. told C. admitted D. said 37. A. driving B. hurting C. drinking D. missing 38. A. drive B. test C. time D. line
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江苏省淮阴中学 2015 届高二英语学案

M6U1

No.4

编制:沈培

审定:钱正明

39. A. day 40. A. similar

B. morning B. familiar

C. night C. police

D. afternoon D. damaged

III. Reading Comprehension
【A】Here’s a joke. Bill Gates and the president of General Motors have met for lunch, and Bill is going on and on about computer technology. “If automotive technology had kept pace with computer technology over the past few decades, you would now be driving a V-32 instead of a V-8, and it would have a top speed of 10,000 miles per hour,” says Gates, “Or, you could have an economy car that weighs 30 pounds and gets a thousand miles to a gallon of gas. In either case, the sticker price (标价) of a new car would be less than $ 50. Why haven’t you guys kept up?” The president of GM smiles and says, “Because the federal government won’t let us build cars that crash four times a day.” Why is that funny (or not funny, as the case may be)? Human beings love to laugh, and the average adult laughs 17 times a day. Humans love to laugh so much that there are actually industries built around laughter. Jokes, sitcoms and comedies are all designed to get us laughing, because laughing feels good. For us it seems so natural, but the funny thing is that humans are the only species that laughs. Laughter is actually a complex response that involves many of the same skills used in solving problems. Laughter is a great thing — that’s why we’ve all heard the saying, “Laughter is the best medicine.” There is strong evidence that laughter can actually improve health and help fight disease. When we look at laughter — what it is, what happens in our brains when we laugh, what makes us laugh and how it can make us healthier and happier, there’s a huge amount about it that no one understands yet. 41. The best title of the passage is ________. A. Joke B. Laughter C. Fun D. Humor 42. Which of the following sentences in this passage is the most humorous? A. You would now be driving a V-32 instead of V-8. B. It would have a top speed of 10,000 miles per hour. C. The sticker price of a new car would be less than $ 50. D. The federal government won’t let us build cars that crash four times a day. 43. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. Humans laugh because of jokes, sitcoms and comedies. B. Humans laugh because it can fight disease. C. Humans have gained skills to laugh since they are born. D. Laughter is a complex response of humans. 44. What is the writer likely to talk about next? A. What is laughter? B. How do people laugh? C. Why is laughter the best medicine? D. Where does laughter take place? 【B】Do you know of Guo Degang? In recent months he has become well known in China as a crosstalker. He has never performed on TV before, but attending his crosstalk performance is becoming increasingly fashionable in Beijing, especially for youth and school children.
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江苏省淮阴中学 2015 届高二英语学案

M6U1

No.4

编制:沈培

审定:钱正明

Guo arrived in Beijing from Tianjin in 1995 and came across a teahouse where he found several young people performing crosstalk. Being a crosstalker himself, he couldn’t help taking to the stage. Gradually, more and more people came to the teahouse to see him perform. He soon found himself playing to audiences numbering more than 100 in a teahouse that could only contain 80. As his popularity grew, Guo thought over the future of his art. “Traditional crosstalk is at least half an hour long, but performances are no longer than five minutes on TV, which kills much of the story. TV is part of the fast-food culture and crosstalk is a face-to-face art form — it needs interaction, and is not suited to TV,” Guo said. He decided to bring it back to its roots: the teahouse and theater. In 1996, Guo and some young crosstalk actors founded Deyun Crosstalk Association. Over the next ten years, the association organized countless performances in teahouses across Beijing. Despite their growing popularity, Guo ensured that ticket prices were kept low to make the art form accessible to everyone. Tickets to his performances are still 20 yuan today. And in keeping with technology and modern times, the association set up a BBS site on the Internet where fans could download recordings and discuss performances with actors. He hopes that through their efforts, more young people will learn to appreciate crosstalk and perhaps train to be crosstalkers themselves. 45. Which of the following is the best title of the passage? A. Guo Degang and his traditional crosstalk B. A traditional art form — crosstalk C. The development history of crosstalk D. Deyun Crosstalk Association 46. From the passage, we can know the crosstalk has its origin in ________. A. the teahouse and theater B. the TV show C. the common people D. the cinema 47. Of the following statements about the BBS site set up by association, which is NOT true? A. Fans can download recordings on the site. B. Fans have an opportunity to discuss performances with actors C. This is a way to keep pace with technology and modern times. D. On the site Fans can get professional training to be crosstalkers themselves. 48. From the passage, we can know the following EXCEPT ________. A. the crosstalk is a face-to- face art which needs interaction B. Guo was a crosstalker when he was in Tianjing C. the performances of Guo are very popular D. the tickets to Guo’s performances may rise in future

IV. Writing
假设你叫李华,你的外国朋友 Bill 想了解中国相声。根据要点,写一封电子邮件回答他的问题。 1. 是一种传统的中国戏剧形式,起源于清朝,如今在国内外广到欢迎。 概况 2. 形式多样,可以单人、两人或者多人表演。 3. 相声演员应该擅长“说、学、逗、唱” ,这些都是说相声的必要技能。 1. 相声娱乐听众, 使他们时不时捧腹大笑。 医生也指出笑使大脑释放出有益化学 物质,保持身体健康甚至对抗疾病。 好处 2. 听相声时人们得到放松,保持精神健康。 3. 听相声过程中听众获得的不仅是笑声,还有扩宽视野,增长知识的机会。
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