Unit2 Growing pains
一、单项选择 1. ______ two exams to worry about, I have to work really hard this weekend. A. With B. Besides C. As for D. Because of 2. ______John has arrived, we can begin
. A. If B. As soon as C. Now that D. Now this 3. The students shared their experiences through their website, in the hope more teenagers would help pass down their local culture. A. which B. that C. where D. as 4．He?s got himself into a dangerous situation ________ he is likely to lose control over the plane. A. where B. which C. while D why 5．Nobody noticed the thief slip into the house because the lights happened to _______. A. be put up. B. give in C. be turned on D. go out 6 .We asked teacher to explain _________. A. us the word. B. us of the word. C. the word to us. D. the word for us. 7．The children were left __________ of a neighbor when they went on holiday. A. in charge B. in the charge C. under charge D. at charge. 8．. ----He has turned on all the lights in the building. That?s waste of electricity. ---- It?s not his____. He just did what he was told to. A. mistake. B. wrong C. fault D. shortcoming. 9. The teacher came in, ________ by some students. A. followed B. following C. was followed D. to follow 10. Don?t punish him again. ________, he is only a small child. A. After all B. In all C. First of all D. Above all 11.★I have two bikes; _______ are broken. A. all of them B. both of them C. all of which D. both of which 12. We need water and air, _________ we can?t live. A. with which B. with whom C. without which D without whom 13. The reason ____ he explained was ______ he was ill and unable to go to school. A. why; that B. why; because C. which; because D. which; that 14. ★ Premier Wen Jiabao said the suggestions on improving the quality of milk industry are supposed to careful consideration. A. determine B. decide C. deserve D. desire 15.★ difficulties we may come across, we?ll help one another to overcome them. A. Wherever B. Whenever C. However D. Whatever 二、完型填空 ★ Are you a man or a mouse? When people ask this question they want to know 16 you think you are a 17 person or a
coward(懦夫). But you will never really know the answer to this question 18 you are tested in real life. Some people19 they are brave but when they come face to face with real 20 , they act like cowards. Others think of themselves as cowards, but when they meet danger, they act like 21. Lenny had always thought of himself as a 22 person. He got worried before examinations. He worried about his job and his health. All he wanted in life was to be safe and healthy. 23 , on January 15th, 2002, a plane crashed into the Potomac River in Washington. Lenny went to the river to see what was happening. He saw a woman in the 24 water. Lenny did not feel afraid. He kept very 25 and did a very courageous thing. He jumped into Potomac, 26 to the woman, and kept her head 27 the water. Seventy-eight people died that day. Thanks to Lenny, it was not 28 .
When you are in a very 29 situation and feel afraid, the body automatically 自动地） （ produces a chemical in the blood. This chemical is called adrenalin(肾上激素). 30 adrenalin in the blood system, you actually feel stronger and stronger and are 31 to fight or run away. However, when you are absolutely terrified, the body can produce too much adrenalin. When this 32 the muscles become very hard and you find you 33 move at all. You are paralyzed(使无能为力) with fear. This is 34 We are 35 frightened that we become stonelike. 16. A. how 17. A. brave 18. A. when 19. A. realize 20. A. life 21. A. soldiers 22. A. useful 23. A. So 24. A. fresh 25. A. nervous 26. A. went 27. A. in 28. A. an accident 29. A. dangerous 30. A. With 31. A. afraid 32. A. gets 33. A. needn?t 34. A. where 35. A. really 三、阅读理解 (A) Six people were traveling in a compartment (包厢) on a train. Five of them were quiet and well behaved(举止文明), but the sixth was a rude young man who was causing a lot of trouble to the other passengers. At last this young man got out of the station with his two heavy bags. None of the other passengers helped him, but one of them waited until the rude young man was very far away, and then opened the window to him, “ You left something behind in the compartment!” Then he closed the window again. The young man turned around and hurried back with his two bags. He was very tired when he arrived, but he shouted through the window, “ What did I leave behind?” As the train began to move again, the passenger who had called him back opened the window and said, “ A very bad impression!” 36. Of the six passengers in the compartment ___. A. five of them were rude and badly behaved B. one of them was rude and badly behaved C. five were always causing trouble on the train D. only one was quiet and well behaved 37. When the rude young man got off the train ___. A. he left his two bags behind B. he was thrown out through the window C. the other five passengers didn?t help him
are very frightened, we sometimes say we are ?petrified?, this word comes from a Greek word ?petros?, which means ?stone?. B. neither B. real B. until B. find B. question B. mice B. brave B. Therefore B. poisonous B. calm B. helped B. under B. a mistake B. Without B. unable B. disappears B. can?t B. how B. very C. whether C. hard C. after C. think C. mouse C. heroes(英雄) C. nervous C. Then C. warm C. frightened C. spoke C. above C. seventy-eight C. For C. ready C. happens C. mustn?t C. because C. such D. either D. certain D. once D. agree D. danger D. cowards D. terrible D. Actually D. ice-cold D. excited D. swam D. from D. seventy-nine D. favorable D. Like D. anxious D. goes D. shouldn?t D. why D. so
B. comfortable C. different
D. one of the other passengers opened the window for him 38. The young man hurried back because ___. A. he found he had left something on the train B. he found he had left his bags on the train C. he heard a passenger calling him by his name D. he heard a passenger shouting to him that he had left something behind 39. The passenger who had called him back wanted A. to punish him for his bad behavior B. to have a word with him about his behavior C. to help him with his behavior D. to return him the things he had left on the train (B) A thief entered the bedroom of the 30 President of the United States, who met him and helped him escape punishment. The event happened in the early morning hours in one of the first days when Calvin Coolidge came into power, late in August, 1923. He and his family were living in the same third-floor suite(套房) at the Willard Hotel in Washington that had occupied several years before. The former President?s wife was still living in the White House. Coolidge awoke to see a stranger go through his clothes, remove a wallet and a watch chain. Coolidge spoke, “ I wish you wouldn?t take that.” The thief, gaining his voice, said, “ Why?” “ I don?t mean the watch and chain, only the charm(表坠). Take it near the window and read what is impressed on its back,” the president said. The thief read, “ Presented to Calvin Coolidge.” “ Are you President Coolidge?” he asked. The president answered, “ Yes, and the House of Representatives（众议院）gave me the watch charm. I?m fond of it. It would do you no good. You want money. Let?s talk this over.” Holding up the wallet, the young man said in a low voice, “ I?ll take this and leave everything else.” Coolidge, knowing there was 80 dollars in it, persuaded the young man to sit down and talk. He told the President he and his college roommate had overspent during their holiday and did not have enough money to pay their hotel bill. Coolidge added up the roommate and two rail tickets back to the college. Then he counted out 32 dollars and said it was a loan(借款). He then told the young man, “ There is a guard in the corridor.” The young man nodded and left through the same window as he had entered. 40. What caused the thief to meet the President A. He knew the president had lots of money. B. He knew the president lived in the suite. C. He wanted to be a rich businessman. D. He wanted to steal some money. 41. Why did Calvin Coolidge live at the Willard Hotel in those days? A. Because the former president was still in the White House. B. Because the former First Lady hadn?t left the White House. C. Because the First lady liked to live there. D. Because he liked there. 42. Coolidge counted out 32 dollars______. A. in order not to be killed by the thief B. in order to be out of danger C. so as to help the young student overcome his difficulty. D. because he had no more money. 43. The young man?s roommate went back to college _____. A. by air B. by water C. by bus D. by train
44. Which of the following might happen afterwards? A. The young man repaid the 32 dollars. B. The thief was put into prison. C. The President told many reporters the thief?s name. D. The President ordered the young man to repay the money. 四、单词拼写 45.How much did the bookstore owner c_______ you? 46. Teaching the children with disabilities is a c______________ job. 47.The only_________________(解释) for his behavior is that he?s mad. 48. No one can go u________________ if he breaks the law. 49．I _____________(真诚地)hope that you will be successful next time. 50. This tool is ______________（贵重的)for doing electrical repairs. 51．Students are f___________ to smoke in school. 52. He ____________(后悔)that he had been careless. 53. Where are you planning to spend your v__________ next summer.. 54.They are having a heated a_________(争论) over whether smoking is bad for the health.
Key I. 单选 1--5.ACBAD 6--10.CBCAA 11--15. BCDCD IV.完形填空 16-20 CABCD 21-25CCCDB 26~30 DCDAA 31~35CCBDD 阅读理解 (A) BCDA (B) DBCDA 单词拼写： 56-65 charge challenging explanation unpunished sincerely valuable forbidden regretted vacation argument
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