高中英语人教新课标必修 4Unit2 Working the land 单元练习
一、听力(听力)（共 20 小题；共 20 分）
第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话,每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选项,并 标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小
题和阅读下一小题。 每段对话仅读一遍。 1. When does the play start? A. At 6:30. B. At 8:00. C. At 6:00. C. Fly. C. Jack.
2. What have they decided to do? A. Visit. B. Play. 3. Who didn't finish the work? A. Lily. B. Tom.
4. What is Betty's opinion? A. Women are better cooks than men. B. Women are better teachers than men. C. Women are better workers than men. 5. Why aren't the watches like these made now? A. Because they are so cheap. B. Because they are too expensive. C. Because people don't like them. 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白,每段对话或独白后有几个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出 最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小题 5 秒 钟;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. What kind of movie is going to be on? A. The love movie. B. The kungfu movie. 7. How does Grace like the kungfu movie? A. She thinks it's great. B. She doesn't like it at all. C. She enjoys it very much and plans to see it again. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. What's the relationship between the speakers? A. Brother and sister. B. Mother and son. 9. What are they going to do? C. Classmates. C. The detective movie.
A. They are going to have an exam. B. They are going to travel. C. They are going to buy a watch. 10. What does the woman think of the man? A. He is very serious. B. He is too careless. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. Why does the man buy a farm? A. He is tired of working in the factory. B. He wants to live with a farmer. C. He wants to earn much money. 12. Why does the woman sell her farm? A. Because the ground is unfit to grow wheat. B. Because she has no modern farm equipment. C. Because farming is very hard work. 13. Which of the following statements is not true? A. The woman has her own farm. B. The woman sold her farm at a high price. C. The man paid $200 for the woman's farm. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 14 至 17 题。 14. Where was the doctor going in his car? A. The doctor was going to a garage. B. The doctor was going to a patient's home. C. The doctor was going to his own home. 15. Which of the following was the cause of the accident? A. The doctor was careless. B. A big tree had fallen across the road. C. The road was covered with ice. 16. Why did the doctor go to the nearest house? A. Because he knew one of his patients lived there. B. He had received a call to go there. C. He wanted to use the telephone. 17. Why did the woman patient telephone the doctor? A. She needed medical treatment. B. To ask how soon the doctor could come. C. She believed somebody else needed a doctor. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Where is the speaker staying now? C. He is very lazy.
A. In England.
B. In America.
C. In China. C. Three times a week. C. Mountain climbing.
19. How often does the speaker go to school? A. Once a week. B. Twice a week. 20. What is his English friend interested in? A. Eating food. B. Taking a trip.
二、单词拼写(单句首字母填空)（共 10 小题；共 10 分）
21. In winter in Northern Canada, people had to s through the stormy weather. 22. Heat makes the gas in the container e . 23. Henry was too nervous in the driving test. T , he was likely to fail to pass it. 24. Every year Africa a large amount of beef to Europe. 25. Much to my r , I'm unable to accept your kind invitation. 26. The professor made a c (评论) on the article at the end of the meeting. (减少) the pollution of the environment. 27. There are many small things we can do to r
28. Without money to buy food, he was forced to beg for a meal, driven by h . 29. Sometimes these things excite people, and sometimes things c or trouble them. 30. We have the f (自由) to do as we please all afternoon.
三、单词拼写(根据中文提示拼写单词)（共 15 小题；共 15 分）
31. The street was so crowded that he had to 32. Today we're going to 33. He made some 34. It's no use (减) speed to forty kilometres an hour. (集中) on the question of homeless people in London. (评论) about my dress, and then carried on reading his book. (后悔) what you have done. (出口) a lot to other countries. (挣扎) to get free. (因此) I don't know much about it. (总结). (膨胀). (职业) and other personal information.
35. China produces more crops and 36. A bird was caught in the net and was 37. I've never been to France and
38. After you have read the article, I would like you to write a 39. As is known to all, when heated, things will 40. Applicants are asked to fill in their age, 41. He finally won his 42. He died of h 44. The
(自由) after 20 years in jail. (饥饿) because he had run out of food two weeks before. (十年).
43. Dr. Yuan Longping has struggled for Chinese farmers for the past five (发现) of new evidence led to the thief being caught. 45. Some believe that we are
(装备) with a special ability to learn language and that our
brain adjusts itself to the language we hear around us.
四、适当形式填空(单句适当形式)（共 10 小题；共 10 分）
46. (make) the whole school safer and more pleasant is an important part of school development. 47. I can't understand your (laugh) at that poor child.
48. Don't forget (close) the windows when you leave. 49. At first he refused to accept any responsibility but he ended up (apologize). 50. Nowadays, (select) a good place for the camp is not quite easy. 51. (misunderstand) by others when you do nothing wrong at all is quite a bad experience. 52. After (interview), the applicants will be required to take a language test. 53. It's a waste of time (play) computer games all day. 54. The bad weather meant ( delay) the rocket for 48 hours . 55. Please excuse my (disturb) you at dinner time.
五、翻译(根据中文提示完成句子)（共 12 小题；共 24 分）
56. 我宁可在家看电视而不愿去看电影。(词数不限) I would rather . your help, I have finally classmates. 58. 让我们试一试用另外一种办法来做这工作。 Let's try I really appreciate 60. 我们必须为保护环境做出贡献。(词数不限) We must 61. the environment. (没吃早餐) has a bad effect on our physical development and could result in many some other way. such a good opportunity. I won't let you down. 59. 我十分感激给我这么好的机会。我不会让你失望的。 heavy friendship with my 57. 多亏您的帮助，我终于和同学们建立了深厚的友谊。
health problems. (have) 62. 患病之后，你必须增强你的体质。(build) (词数不限) You after the illness. when she's in this mood. (打算让你生气). today. your work. the rising cost of medical care. 63. 在她目前的心情下，找她谈是白费时间。(词数不限) It's a waste of time 64. I didn't 65. 今天我太累了，精神集中不起来。(词数不限) I'm so tired that I can't It seemed as if 66. 看来他好像对你的工作不满意。 67. 药价上升是导致医疗费用上涨的原因之一。 An increase in the price of drugs has
六、单项选择（共 20 小题；共 20 分）
68. his research, the UN has more tools in the battle to rid the world of hunger. A. Thanks to B. Thanks for C. In spite of D. As regards
69. Bears fat stores throughout the summer and fall to have enough energy to last them through their winter sleep.
A. pack up 70. I had meant even worse. A. to give; to lose C. giving; to lose 71. Lydia doesn't feel like A. study
B. build up
C. bring up
D. take up my job, but I made it
you some help, though that might mean B. to give; losing D. giving; losing abroad. Her parents are old. B. studying C. studied the world
D. to study
72. If I ruled the world, I would A. get rid of; by C. rid; of 73. Tom's looking forward to A. forgive C. forgiving
everything that is bad. B. be rid of; by D. get rid; of
by all of you. B. be forgiven D. being forgiven
74. As is known to us all, eating too much sugar can health problems. A. run across B. come to C. meet with D. lead to 75. your own needs and styles of communication is as important as learning to convey your affection and emotions. A. Understanding B. To be understood C. Being understood 76. Famous experts are often invited to CCTV to A. contact B. comment 77. Jerry did not regret A. to give 78. make. A. Ignore C. Ignored D. Having understood on international situations. C. contain D. conduct
the comment but felt that he could have expressed it differently. B. having given C. giving D. to have given
the difference between the two research findings will be one of the worst mistakes you B. Ignoring D. Having ignored D. to have
79. I don't think it any good another talk with him over the matter. A. had B. having C. have 80. to the sunlight for too much time will do harm to one's skin. A. Exposed B. Having exposed C. Being exposed D. After being exposed
81. To enjoy the scenery, Mary would rather spend several hours on the train A. as B. to C. than
travel by air. D. while
82. The project accomplished by the end of 2013 has the city's telephone network to cover 2,000, 000 users. A. expanded B. expressed C. exploded D. explored 83. She is not on good terms with Mr. Smith; even if invited she would not attend his party.
84. Look at the man at the reception desk who seems very angry. I guess he means trouble. A. making B. made C. to make D. to have made 85. I'll go to the library as soon as I finish what I A. was doing C. have done . B. am doing D. had been doing
86. Everyone's attention was the little girl when she got the Olympic gold medal. A. focusing on B. focused C. to focus D. focused on 87. The patient A. is examined C. is examining now. He will come out soon. B. is being examined D. has examined
七、完形填空（共 20 小题；共 30 分）
Old Man Donovan was a mean man who hated children. He threw 88 at them and even shot at them with a gun. At least, that was what we had 89 . His small farm 90 our neighborhood where my younger sister, Leigh Ann, and I lived when we were growing up. His farm was long and narrow. It held two 91 . One was his beautiful fruit. There were many varieties of fruit: pears, apples and lots more I 92 can't think of. The fruit naturally 93 the children to his farm and made them into 94 , but my sister and I didn't dare to take his fruit because of what we had heard about Old Man Donovan. One summer, we were playing in a nearby field until it was time for us to back home. My sister and I were feeling very 95 that day. We decided to take the short cut that went through the Donovan farm. We were almost through the farm 96 we heard, “Hey, girls!” 97 a gruff, low voice. We stopped 98 in our tracks! There we were, face to face with Old Man Donovan. Our knees were 99 . We had visions of rocks pounding our bodies and 100 going through our hearts. “Come here,” he said, 101 to one of his apple trees. 102 shaking, we went over to him. He 103 several ripe juicy red apples. “Take these home”, he 104 . We took the apple with 105 hearts and ran all the way home. But of course, Leigh and I ate the apples. As time went on, we often went through Old Man Donovan's farm and he 106 giving us fruit. One day, we stopped by and talked to him for hours. We realized that we had found 107 treasure: the sweet kind heart behind his gruff voice. 88. A. fruit B. wood C. branches D. rocks 89. A. heard 90. A. connected 91. A. attractions 92. A. even 93. A. signed 94. A. customers B. seen B. bordered B. products B. just B. showed B. visitors C. experienced C. crossed C. treasures C. hardly C. guided C. thieves D. expected D. supported D. secrets D. ever D. drew D. sufferers
95. A. daring 96. A. and 97. A. in 98. A. straight 99. A. dropping 100. regrets 101. putting up 102. 103. picked out 104. shouted 105. angry 106. 107. last
B. disappointed B. when B. with B. dead B. moving A. words A. reaching up A. Without A. handed out A. begged A. excited A. stopped A. the other
C. afraid C. but C. behind C. still C. shaking B. bullets B. climbing up B. After B. gave out B. suggested B. surprised B. considered B. the fist
D. nervous D. where D. by D. fast D. fighting C. guns D.
C. looking up D. C. Upon C. held out C. ordered C. broken C. admitted C. the only D. Still D. D. D. D. kept D. the
八、阅读理解（共 16 小题；共 32 分）
The need to feed a growing population is putting much pressure on the world's supply of water. With 97% of the world's water too salty to be drunk or used in agriculture, the worldwide supply of water needs careful management, especially in agriculture. Although the idea of a water shortage(短缺) seems strange to someone fortunate enough to live in a high rainfall country, many of the world's agricultural industries experience constant water shortages. Although dams can be built to store water for agricultural use in dry areas and dry seasons, the costs of water redistribution(重新分配) are very high. Not only is there the cost of the engineering itself, but there is also an environmental cost to be considered. Where valleys(山谷) are flooded to create dams, houses are lost and wildlife homes destroyed. Besides, water may flow easily through pipes to fields, but it cannot be transported from one side of the world to the other. Each country must therefore rely on the management of its own water to supply its farming requirements. This is particularly troubling for countries with agricultural industries in areas dependent on irrigation(灌溉). In Texas, farmers' overuse of irrigation water has resulted in a 25% reduction of the water stores. In the Central Valley area of southwestern USA, a huge water engineering project provided water for farming in dry valleys, but much of the water use has been poorly managed.
Saudi Arabia's attempts to grow wheat in desert areas have seen the pumping of huge quantities of irrigation water from underground reserves. Because there is no rainfall in these areas, such reserves can only decrease, and it is believed that fifty years of pumping will see them run dry. 108. From the first two paragraphs we learn that . A. much of the world's water is available for use B. people in high rainfall countries feel lucky C. the costs of water redistribution should be considered D. water can be easily carried through pipes across the world 109. Which of the following is true? A. The water stores in Texas have been reduced by 75%. B. Most industries in the world suffer from water shortages. C. The underground water in Saudi Arabia might run out in 50 years. D. Good management of water use resulted from the project in the Central Valley. 110. What is most likely to be discussed in the paragraph that follows? A. Steps to improving water use management. B. Ways to reduce the costs of building dams. C. Measures to deal with worldwide water shortages. D. Approaches to handling the pressure on water supply. 111. The text is mainly about . A. water supply and increasing population B. water use management and agriculture C. water redistribution and wildlife protection D. water shortages and environmental protection
Families should not waste their money on organic food, the government has warned. They should instead spend their money on whatever they can afford, even if it means eating frozen vegetables. The government now faces calls to end ￡20 million of subsidies to organic farming. A recent study in the British Journal of Nutrition found organic crops have up to 60 percent more antioxidants(抗氧化物) than non-organic crops. But critics claim there is still no evidence that organic food is a healthier option. Amid growing concern that too few people are eating enough fruit and vegetables, the government is at pains to stress that families should not waste their money on organic food. Just 30 percent of people meet the recommendation to eat five or more portions of fruit and vegetables a day. Government frontbencher(前座议员) Baroness Jolly said, "Organic products provide a useful extension of consumer choice, but it is worth emphasizing that, nutritionally, they are no better and no worse than conventional products. The only benefit of organic farming was enjoyed by birds, insects, mammals and plants." "It is up to the consumers to decide how they spend their money on their fruit
and vegetables. There are many reasons why an individual might wish to choose organic products but nutritional benefit should not be one of them," she added. Chief Executive Helen Browning said, "We know that people choose organic food because they believe it is better for them, also well as for wildlife, animal welfare and the environment, and this research backs up what people think about organic food." 112. The government is encouraging people to . A. eat more fruit and vegetables B. do more research on food C. pay attention to their health 113. According to Baroness Jolly, . A. organic products are better that common food B. organic products can't provide better nutrition C. people should be urged to buy organic products D. organic foods are good for environment protection 114. What's Helen Browning's attitude to organic food? A. Mixed. B. Doubtful. C. Positive. D. Worried. D. protect the environment
Growers around the world are using new methods to grow grapes to make wine. They use natural and organic methods to control harmful insects and weeds instead of using chemicals. Now, a winery in Canada has adopted a natural way to control its grapevines(葡萄藤). The Featherstone Winery is in southern Ontario. The grapevines, like other plants, need to be cut every year. Cutting grapevines must be done very carefully. Only a targeted area of leaves is removed from the lower part of the vines to help the grapes grow better. But at the Featherstone Winery, no man or machine does the cutting. Instead, the job is done by 40 little wooly lambs. David Johnson owns the vineyard. He says he learned about using lambs while visiting wineries in New Zealand. The young lambs are perfectly designed to go the job. They eat the grape leaves on the lower parts of the vine. But they are not tall enough to reach the grapes. They only weigh about 22 kilograms, so they do not beat down the soil. And their waste makes good organic fertilizer (有机肥 料). In addition, using the lambs costs much less than hiring workers to cut the vines for seven weeks in summer. And when the cutting is done in August, the lambs become tasty dishes. Mr Johnson says he had a difficult time finding enough lambs to do the job. There are about 50 million lambs in New Zealand. But there are not nearly as many in Ontario. Also, some organic pesticides(杀虫剂) are harmful to lambs. And the lambs must be watched to make sure they do not eat too much of the grapevines. David Johnson says the lambs help him carry out his environmental ideas about farming. They are lovely and peaceful and he likes having them in his vineyard. People visiting the vineyard also enjoy watching the lambs do their job. 115. Farmers who grow grapes with natural and organic methods . A. don't cut grapevines every year
B. don't use chemicals to control harmful insects and weeds C. don't need to control harmful insects and weeds D. don't use organic fertilizer 116. In order to help the grapes grow better, growers A. only have to remove the dead leaves B. need to remove a specific area of leaves C. shouldn't remove any part of the p \lants D. should let little lambs do the cutting 117. Which of the following statements about using lambs to do the cutting is WRONG? A. Using lambs costs more than hiring workers. B. Lambs won't eat the grapes. C. David Johnson learned this way in New Zealand. D. Lambs can be eaten after the cutting is done. 118. Paragraph 4 is manly about . A. the future of getting lambs to do the cutting B. the worries about using organic pesticides C. the ways to get lambs to do the cutting D. the problems related to lambs doing the cutting 119. We can infer from the passage that David Johnson A. owns several wineries in Canada B. buys lambs from New Zealand C. is concerned about protecting the environment D. loves keeping lambs instead of farming . .
British and American scientists are raising genetically modified (转基因的) pigs in the hope of providing organs for transplant(移植) to humans, the project leader wrote in a newspaper Sunday. Scientists in London and California have begun conducting the genetic experiments to find a solution to record–long waiting lists for organ transplants, Robert Winston said in an opinion piece written for Britain's Sunday Times. In Britain alone, around 8,000 patients are waiting for a transplant. "People needing a new heart or liver are waiting for someone else to die---usually a violent death in a traffic accident," Winston wrote in the newspaper. He said his team was "trying to modify pigs so their organs might save the lives of humans." The scientists are introducing human genes into the animals to reduce the chances of the organs being rejected by patients, as has been common in previous attempts to use animal tissues, said Winston, who heads the Institute of Reproductive and Developmental Biology at London's Hammersmith Hospital.
Working with Dr. Carol Redhead of the California Institute of Technology, Winston's team has injected human genes directly into male piglets(猪仔), adding them to the animal's sperm(精子). He said that pigs involved in experiments had successfully produced transgenic sperm, but acknowledged that British and European laws had prevented the team from using the pigs to mate. The Sunday Times newspaper reported that the experiments would be moved to the United States following difficulties with funding and regulations in Britain. It said the pigs would be bred in Missouri. "Our U.S. friends will benefit from our technology and the income we might have produced for Britain will be lost," Winston wrote. Some scientists have previously blamed the idea of using animal organs for human transplant, saying the technique risks spreading animal viruses to humans. Winston said his research project is attempting to breed virus-free pigs. 120. Scientists are introducing human genes into the animals to . A. make the organs healthier B. reduce the pain of animals C. make the organs live longer D. reduce the chances of rejection 121. Some scientists have blamed the idea of using animal organs for human transplant because . A. the technique is not perfect now B. humans may be infected with animal viruses C. it is against laws and regulations D. it may cause a conflict between humans and animals 122. According to Winston, it seems States. A. a pity B. a pride to Britain to move the experiments to the United C. a disaster D. a good idea
123. It can be inferred from the passage that . A. animal organs are commonly used for human transplant now B. lots of patients need animal organ transplants now C. examples of the animal tissues being rejected have happened D. it is not safe to use animal organs for human transplant
九、短文 7 选 5(5 选 5 等)（共 5 小题；共 10 分）
What will you do if you can't eat everything bought in the canteen? 124. According to a survey, what students waste every year could feed over 10 million people. 125. According to Xinhua News Agency, the food wasted by Chinese people is about 50 million tons of grain every year, which could feed 200 million people. Food waste, which has become a global issue, serves as a mirror that reflects various cultural and social issues in different countries. In the West, for instance, consumerism, the belief that it's good to
use a lot of goods and services, is often to blame for food waste. 126. Chinese people are well known for being hospitable and generous. Many even feel that they lose face if their guests have eaten all the food. On campus, a generation of single children is less aware of the food waste issue. Students nowadays are well protected by their families and hardly have any concept of how much toil others go through in order to provide them with the food they eat. 127. There are 925 million hungry people in the world. They don't have enough food to eat. And farmers work very hard to grow the crops. 128. It's also important that everyone thinks about how they can do their bit to reduce food waste. Recently a campaign against food waste launched on line in China might make you think twice about being so wasteful. A. But canteen waste is merely the tip of the iceberg. B. So we shouldn't waste our food. C. Students can never realize the serious food waste situation. D. Most of us would simply throw away any leftover food. E. Students waste is extremely serious. F. To reduce food waste is a big task, and it needs time. G. China, in turn, features its own eating culture.
十、补全短文（共 10 小题；共 10 分）
（每空不多于 3 个词） Christmas is no fun when you're poor. Twenty years ago I was a young, 129. (struggle), substitute( 替补 ) teacher whose calls into work had been few. Money was tight, bills were due 130. my wife and I couldn't even afford to get Christmas gifts for each other. The only gifts we could get for our children were a few soft toys that I had found 131. (sell) at half price in the supermarket. I opened the door and brought in the gifts I 132. (hide) in our old car's trunk. Then I handed 133. to my son and daughter. I watched with a sad smile as they did their best to tear off the wrapping( 包 装 ) paper. As they pulled out their toys, though, I noticed their 134. lit up and they jumped up and down. My daughter 135. (happy) hugged her toy and then hugged her Mom and me as well. I laughed as I watched my children play with their toys 136. hours, and thanked God for the 137. (great) blessing ever been given. Till today I still treasure 138. gift of pure love that my son and daughter gave me that day.
一、听力(听力) 1. A 6. B 11. A 16. C 2. A 7. B 12. C 17. C 3. B 8. C 13. B 18. A 4. B 9. A 14. B 19. A 5. B 10. B 15. C 20. C
听力原文: Text 1 W:Does the play start at 6:00 or 6:15? M:Neither.It starts at 6:30 and ends at 8:00. Text 2 M:There is an exhibition about planes and satellites. W:Really?I'd like to see that,too. Text 3 W:Is Tom back,Uncle Jim? M:No,not yet.Do you know why,Lily? W:I'm afraid he didn't finish his work.That's what Jack told me just now. Text 4 M:Hello,Betty.Do you think women are better doctors than men? W:Sorry,I'm not sure of that.But I'm sure that women are better teachers than men. Text 5 M:Watches like these aren't made now,are they? W:No.If they were,they'd be too expensive for most people. Text 6 M:Grace,quick.If you don't hurry,we're going to miss the beginning of the kungfu movie. W:So what! M:Don't you want to watch it? W:Not really.I couldn't care less about kungfu movies. M:You should have told me earlier.Now I'm going without you. Text 7 W:Come on,Peter!It's nearly seven. M:I'm almost ready. W:We'll be late if you don't hurry. M:One minute,please.I'm packing my things. W:The teachers won't let us in if we are late. M:OK.I'm ready. W:Come on,then. M:Oh,I'll have to get my money. W:You don't need money when you are having the exam,do you? M:Of course not.OK.Let's go.Oh,my God.I've forgot my watch. W:You'll forget your head if you're not careful.
M:My mother says that,too. W:I hope you'll be more careful in the exam. Text 8 M:I want to buy a farm.I think I'd like to grow wheat.Is the ground here good for that? W:No,I don't think it's good for farming. M:Why do you know so well? W:I own a farm here,but farming is very hard work. M:But modern farm equipment can make farming easier. W:Yes,but you should cut down trees,clear a lot of land and make the soil rich. M:I don't mind hard work.I just want to get away from my factory. W:You can have my farm at a low price of $200,if you want it. M:All right.You're giving me the farm,aren't you? Text 9 It was time to go home.A doctor was going to call on one of his patients.There was ice on the road and the doctor's car hit a tree and turned over three times.To his surprise,he was not hurt.He got out of the car and walked to the nearest house.He wanted to telephone the garage for help.The door was opened by one of his patients. "Oh,doctor,"she said."I have only just telephoned you.You must have a very fast car.You got here very quickly indeed.There has been a very bad accident on the road outside.I saw it through the window.I'm sure the driver will need your help." Text 10 Everybody here is very kind to me,but there are times when I think of home and get rather sad.I sometimes get a little tired of English cooking.Once a week I go to school.School is a part of London where there are all sorts of restaurants,French,Italian,Greek,Spanish,Indian,and Chinese.So when I'm tired of English cooking,I go to one of the school restaurants.Sometimes I even have a bottle of wine!Wine isn't cheap in England.It isn't something we drink every day. English people do not talk as much as we do.I've often traveled by train and nobody has spoken to me during the journey.I know one Englishman who is unusual,he speaks seven languages.He can also be silent in seven languages!But I've found one way to make him talk.He's interested in mountain climbing.If I ask him about climbing,he's always ready to talk. 二、单词拼写(单句首字母填空) 21. struggle 22. expand 23. Therefore 24. exports
25. regret 26. comment 27. reduce 28. hunger 29. confuse 30. freedom 三、单词拼写(根据中文提示拼写单词) 31. reduce 32. focus 33. comments 34. regretting 35. exports 36. struggling 37. therefore 38. summary 39. expand 40. occupation 41. freedom 42. hunger 43. decades 44. discovery 45. equipped 四、适当形式填空(单句适当形式) 46. Making 47. laughing 48. to close 49. apologizing 50. selecting 51. Being understood 52. being interviewed 53. playing 54. delaying 55. disturbing 五、翻译(根据中文提示完成句子) 56. watch TV at home than go to the cinema
57. Thanks to, built up 58. doing the work 59. being given/having been given 60. make contributions to protecting 61. Not having breakfast 62. must build up your strength 63. trying to talk to her 64. mean to make you angry 65. focus on anything 66. he wasn't satisfied with 67. led to 六、单项选择 68. A 71. B 76. B 81. C 86. D 69. B 72. C 77. C 82. A 87. B 70. B 73. D 78. B 83. D 74. D 79. B 84. C 75. A 80. C 85. B
七、完形填空 88. D 91. C 96. B 89. A 92. B 97. A 90. B 93. D 98. B 94. C 99. C 95. A 100. B
101. A 102. D 103. C 104. C 105. B 106. D 107. A 八、阅读理解 108. C 109. C 110. A 111. B 112. A 113. B 114. C 115. B 116. B 117. A 118. D 119. C 120. D 121. B 122. A 123. C 九、短文 7 选 5(5 选 5 等) 124. D 125. A 126. G 127. F 128. B 十、补全短文 129. struggling 130. and 131. sold
132. had hidden 133. them/the gifts 134. eyes/faces 135. happily 136. for 137. greatest 138. the
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