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高中英语必修三-Unit-5-Canada-The-True-North单元测试


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年级:高一 主备人:张万红 科目: 英语 课题: B3 U5 周次:第 10 周 Canada-“The True North” 序号:46-50

期中考试前的单元测试 第一部分:单项选择 1. Canada is the only country that _____ an entire continent in the world, facing the Atlantic ____ the east. A. makes up; on B. covers; on C. takes up; to D. do up; in 2. After visiting the harbor in the bay, they took a tour around the downtown area, ______ they visited many art galleries, shopping centers and had their lunch in a restaurant that served fancy foods. A. which B. as C. where D. what 3. As she was approaching the telephone booth at the street corner to make a call on a dark rainy night, a tall figure suddenly coming out of it terrified her, _____ that she screamed and started to run away. A. too terrified B. so terrified C. such terrified D. very terrified 4. The wealthy are always wealthy and the poor are always poor. It is extremely difficult for the poor _____wealthy, _____ they struggle to their full abilities. A. becoming; even if B. to become; even so D. becoming; if so D. to become; even though 5. The police were trying to _____ where the drug dealers were _____ it suddenly dawned upon them that they might be hidden somewhere 10 miles within the border between the two countries. A. come out; when B. make out; while C. figure out; when D. think out; since 6. It _______ this morning that two of the body guards of the prime minister got killed and the minister himself got ______ hurt in the violent car bomb explosion. A. officially announced; slightly B. was officially announced; lightly C. was official announced; seriously D. was officially announced; slightly 7. Foreign visitors will be amazed ______ the art work of three cowboys on horseback ______ a crowd of cows back home along a road on the Rocky Mountains on one broad maple leaf. A. seeing; driving B. to see; to drive C. to see; driving D. seeing; to drive 8. The worried general was looking at the map when the idea of the enemy’s attack might be launched ______dawn ______ his mind. A. at; crossed B. at; to cross C. before; came across D. after; went over 9. My father seems to have a natural gift _____ treating frostbites(冻伤). ______ , he is able to cure it. A. at; however serious a frostbite is B. for; whatever serious a frostbite is C. with; however a frostbite is serious D. for; however serious a frostbite is 10. Always surrounded by honors, praises and gifts, young kids nowadays are easy to suffer psychological problems when things _____ them.
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A. come across B. go against C. go through D. go without 11. On my way home, I saw a young man with _____ shoulders trying to find out how _____ the river is by walking across it. A. wide; wide B. broad; broad C. broad; wide D. wide; broad 12. The naughty boy spends most of his time playing computer games ______ his lessons. A. rather than study B. other than studying C. rather than studying D. other than to study 13. It was reported that the passenger ship was sailing eastwards in the Atlantic Ocean ______ its captain and some passengers on board_______ something supposed to be a UFO flying overhead. A. while; caught sight of B. when; caught sight of C. as; saw D. since; caught a sight of 14. –How do you keep in touch with your old classmates or schoolmates? -- By chatting with them on the Internet, _______for three hours every day. A. approximately B. averagely C. mostly D. absolutely 15. Ten passengers ______ the plane, which crashed into the urban area last night because of the thick fog, are reported to have survived the crash, but the news has not been ______ yet by the officials in charge. A. on board; made known B. aboard; confirmed C. on board; said D. aboard; made sure 第二部分 完形填空 阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可以填入空白 处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Michel is a young girl who works for the police as a handwriting expert. She has helped 26 many criminals 27 using her special talents. When she was fourteen, Michel was already so interested in the 28 in her friends’ handwriting 29 she would spend hours 30 them.. after 31 college she went to France for a special two-year class in 32 at the School of Police Science. Michel says that it is 33 for people to hide their handwriting. She can discover 34 of what she needs to know simply by looking at the writing with her own 35 , but she also has machines 36 help her 37 different kinds of paper and ink. This knowledge is often 38 great help to the 39 . Michel believes that handwriting is a good sign of 40 kind of person the writer 41 .‖I wouldn’t go out with a fellow 42 I didn’t like his handwriting,‖ she says. But she adds she 43 in love with her future husband, a young policeman 44 she studied his handwriting. It is later proved to be all right, 45 . 26. A. search B. follow C. catch D. judge 27. A. with B. as C. like D. by 28. A. differences B. same C. way D. method 29. A. that B. as C. as to D. so that 30. A. writing B. setting C. uncovering D. studying 31. A. finishing B. attending C. starting D. finished 32. A. books B. handwriting C. tongues D. letter
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33. A. possible B. safe C. easy D. impossible 34. A. most B. all C. nothing D. little 35. A. hands B.. mind C. head D. eyes 36. A. they B. those C. that D. with which 37. A. carry out B. give out C. look out D. make out 38. A. of B. to C. with D. for 39. A. teachers B. people C. police D. students 40. A. what B. all C. which D. to which 41. A. is B. becomes C. belongs D. changes 42. A. whether B. if C. after D. unless 43. A. felt B. dropped C. caught D. fell 44. A. after B. when C. because D. before 45. A. however B. but C. too D. either 第三部分 阅读理解 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,并在答题 卡上将该项涂黑。 A A child who has once been pleased with a tale likes, as a rule, to have it retold in almost the same words, but this should not lead parents to treat printed fairly stories as formal texts. It is always much better to tell a story than read it out of a book, and if a parent can produce what, in the actual situation of the time and the child, is an improvement on the printed text, so much the better. A charge made against fairy tales is that they harm the child by frightening him or making him sad thinking. To prove the latter, one would have to show in a controlled experiment that children who have read fairy stories were more often sorry for cruelty than those who had not. As to fears, there are, in think, some cases of children being dangerously terrified by some fairy story. Often, however, this arises from the child having heard the story once. Familiarity with the story by repetition turns the pain of fear into the pleasure of a fear faces and mastered. There are also people who object to fairy stories on the grounds that they are not objectively true, that giants, witches, two-headed dragons, magic carpets, etc. do not exist; and that , instead of being fond of the strange side in fairy tales, the child should be taught to learn the reality by studying history. I find such people, I must say so peculiar that I do not know how to argue with them. If their case were sound, the world should be full of mad men attempting to fly from New York to Philadelphia on a stick or covering a telephone with kisses in the belief that it was their beloved girlfriend. No fairy story ever declared to be a description of the real world and no clever child has ever believed that it was 46. The author considers that a fairy story is more effective when it is_______ A. repeated without any change B. treated as a joke C. make some changes by the parents D. set in the present 47. According to the passage, great fear can take place in a child when the story is ______. A. in a realistic setting B. heard for the first time C. repeated too often D. told in a different way
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48. The advantage claimed(提出)for repeating fairy stories to young children is that it ______. A. makes them less fearful B. develops their power of memory C. makes them believe there is nothing to be afraid of D. encourages them not to have strange beliefs 49. The author’s mention of sticks and telephones is meant to suggest that _______. A. fairy stories are still being made up B. there is some misunderstanding about fairy tales C. people try to modernize old fairy stories D. there is more concern for children’s fears nowadays 50. One of the reasons why some people are not in favor of fairy tales is that ______. A. they are full of imagination B. they just make up the stories which are far from the truth C. they are not interesting D. they make teachers of history difficult to teach B In the traditional marriage, the man worked at a job to earn money for the family. Most men worked in an office, a factory, or some other place away from the home. Since the man earned the money, they paid the bills. The money was used for food, clothes, the house, and other family needs, the man made most of the decisions. He was the boss. In the traditional marriage, the woman seldom worked away from the house. She stayed at home to care for the children and her husband. She cooked meals, cleaned the house, washed the clothes, and did other housework. Her job at home was very important. In recent years, many couples continues to have a traditional relationship of the kind of man who has a job and earns the money for the family. The woman stays at home and cares for the children and the house. Many American are happy with the kind of marriage. But some other Americans have a different impression of marriage and family responsibilities There are two important differences in male and female roles now. One is that both men and women have to stay at home. Both men and women may choose roles that are comfortable for them. The second difference in male and female roles is that within marriage many decisions and responsibilities are shared. The husband and wife may choose to have children, or they may not. If they have children, the man takes care of them some of the time, all of the time or not at all. The woman may want to stay at home and take care of the children, or she may want to go to work. Men and women now decide these things together in a marriage. Many married people now share these decisions and responsibilities of their families. 51 Which of the following is NOT true in the traditional marriage? A. Men worked at a job to earn money for the family. B. The woman made most of the decisions. C. The woman stayed at home to care for the children. D. The man paid the bills. 52. In recent years_______. A young couples refuse the traditional relationship B. the woman has a job and earns the money for the family C. the woman doesn’t stay at home and care for the children and the house
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D. the role of men and women has begun to change 53. Men and women may now choose all the following except to _______. A. marry or to stay single B. work or stay at home C. leave their job just because they have children D. have their roles that are comfortable for them 54. The followings are all now true except ______. A. they may choose to have children or not B. the man may take care of the children some of the time C. the woman is the most important person in the house D. the woman may want to go to work
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(2013· 泰安高考模拟) Yesterday I went to our local grocery store.I often go to their deli counter, and I understand that it can get a little confused for the workers.So normally none of them ever take the time to smile or seem overly friendly.But yesterday it was completely different.I was pleasantly surprised to be greeted with a very welcoming smile by the young man behind the counter.He never sighed heavily or slumped back and forth like he didn’t want to be there.He was all by himself and quite a long line.But not once did he act concerned about it.He just did his job efficiently and acted very kind the entire time. I was so impressed that I approached the manager.I explained to her that I often visit the deli counter and I have never been greeted with such kindness.She agreed with me that he was a wonderful person and she thanked me for sharing my feelings with her. As I was walking away,I could hear her approaching the young man with,―I just got a wonderful compliment (praise) about you.‖ I couldn’t hear everything she was saying,but I knew that she did thank him.I couldn’t help but smile! Later I had to pass by the deli counter to get onions.There was no one there,except the diligent young man.He didn’t say anything, he just smiled at me.I realized that I hadn’t done a huge deed that day,but that small deed made a small difference to someone.I love seeing people smile.I just received my smile cards and I wish I had one with me that day.Maybe I will drop one off at the delia different day!It’s amazing how good I felt after that. So, friends, the next time you are in a grocery store, retail store, restaurant, or anywhere that someone is working hard,letting them know in some way can mean so much.I hope you get a smile out of it like I did! 55.The passage is mainly about ________. A.friendship between the writer and a young man B.the power of a simple compliment C.a grocery store D.a diligent assistant 56.The writer found it was different yesterday because ________. A.the young man was very busy B.the young man was concerned about so many customers C.the writer was warmly greeted by a young man D.the young man acted very kind all the time 57.The writer approached the manager to ________.
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A.thank him B.say hello to him C.complain about the service D.praise the young man 58.The underlined sentence in Paragraph 4 implies that the writer will ________. A.smile to others at the deli one day B.give one card to the young man one day C.drop in at the deli one day D.go to the deli for a job one day 59.What can we learn from the last paragraph? A.Praising others’ hard work means nothing. B.Helping others is always rewarding. C.We should never hesitate to praise hardworking persons. D.Not all good deeds deserve praise. D (2013· 济宁模拟) ―The price of books for our students is just getting higher and higher and , combined with the rising cost of tuition,it’s killing these students.‖ said Peter Jason,a college professor.―Remember,students are one of the poorest groups of people in America.Almost half of them have at least one parttime job.In fact,one of my students has three jobs.And she still manages to have high scores and go to school full?time.‖ Textbook prices are traditionally high.Adding to that_problem,many college teachers change textbooks year after year; they either upgrade to a new edition or switch to an entirely different textbook.This further hurts students because if an instructor no longer uses a particular textbook, that book has no resale value. Dr.Jason decided to make life a little easier and a lot cheaper for his students by writing his own book on public speaking.―Many books have an increased price because of CDROMs,lots of color photographs and pictures.I talked to my students,and many of them,like me,prefer to keep things simple.So,a few years ago,I wrote my own textbook.Compared to most other public speaking books,mine is half the number of pages ,and onethird the price.That is ,D|S30 instead of D|S90.When I wrote a second edition last year,students only had to buy the 35 new pages.For only D|S7.00, they had almost a new book.Now my looseleaf textbook enjoys great popularity among the students.Maybe in the future more writers and publishers will try it.‖ 60.What did Dr.Jason say about students at college? A.They are short of money. B.They need better textbooks. C.They should do parttime jobs. D.They are trying to get high scores. 61.What does the underlined part in Paragraph 2 refer to? A.The high prices of textbooks. B.The low resale value of books. C.Too many different new books. D.No colour pictures in textbooks. 62.What did Dr.Jason decide to do to help the students? A.To choose cheaper textbooks. B.To write a textbook himself. C.To speak to his students. D.To use old textbooks. 63.How much does a public speaking textbook usually cost? A.About 7 dollars. B.About 30 dollars. C.About 37 dollars. D.About 90 dollars. 64.Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? A.Dr.Jason’s textbook has CD?ROMs and nice pictures. B.More writers and publishers will write simpler textbooks. C.Dr.Jason teaches public speaking at a college.
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D.Dr.Jason’s textbook is not well received. 第四部分:书面表达 今年夏天你和同学参加了一次野外生存训练(wildness survival program) 。请根据下表提供 的信息, 用英语写一篇短文来描述这次活动并谈谈自己的感受。 时间 活动 你的感受 1. 携带物品:指南针、帐篷、手电筒、地图、急救 包、火柴、食品、和衣物等。 7 月 10 日 2. 途中翻过三座山,游过两条河。在穿越森林时迷 …... 至 12 日 了路,靠指南针你们找到了正确的方向。 3. 在营地,支起帐篷,自己生火、做饭。 4. 学习紧急救护。 注意:a) 词数 100 左右。 b) 生词:指南针 compass, 手电筒 flashlight, 急救包 first-aid kit, 宿营地 campsite _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________

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Unit five Canada ---“The True North 1—25 BCBDC DCADB CCBAB DBACC ABADC26-30CDAAD 31-35ABDAD 36-40CDACA 41-45 ABDDA 46-50 CBABB 51—54 BDCC 55. Friends of life 56.在毕业时,你对好朋友的认识/理解是这样的:他们是虽然内心痛苦,但在向你祝贺时,总能尽力 给你最灿烂微笑的人. 57. most importantly/ above all/most important of all/first of all 58. No matter where we go or who we become, never forget who helped us get here. 59. A good friend should be the one who always helps you when you are in trouble or when you need him to do something useful to help you. 书面表达: 参考范文 One possible version My classmates and I took part in a wildness survival program from July 10th to July 13th this summer. Before we started, we were equipped with a compass, a map, a first-aid kit, tents, flashlights, some food, some clothes and so on. On the way we climbed three hills and swam across two rivers. We lost our way in the forest. Luckily we found the right direction with the compass. As soon as we arrived at the campsite, we put up our tents, made a fire and then started cooking. We also learned how to five first-aid. Through the program, we learned to use knowledge gained in class to solve problems. It was quite an unforgettable experience for me.

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