必修四 Unit 4 Body language 测试卷
班级________ 序号______ 姓名____________ 得分________________ I. 单项选择 （30 分） 1．It was ______ by the railway board that the cost of rail fares would be increased by t
en percent. A．noticed B．stated C．suggested D．noted 2．The children were warned of not being too _______ about things they were not supposed to know. A．strange B．curious C．amused D．worn 3．The peace talk broke down with no agreement________. A．reaching B．to reach C．reached D．to be reached 4 ． Sichuan Province, ________in southwest China and ______an area of 485,000 square kilometers with the largest population in China, is one of the largest and most inaccessible provinces in China. A．located; covered B．locating; covering C． located; covering D． locating; covered 5．According to a UN report, one third of the world population have no ______ to clean drinking water and health care. A．means B．approach C．method D．way 6．The newcomer is from Tibet, which I can tell from his______. A．appearance B．impression C．temper D．talent 7．Maria was thoroughly embarrassed，________her parents treated her like a child. A．and B．for C．but D．or 8．She's so ______ that she'll believe anything you tell her. A．ordinary B．easy C．smart D．simple 9 ． Nowadays, within a short walk along a busy street, you are ______ to find a chain store________—a fastfood restaurant, a bakery, or a supermarket. A．probable; some kinds B．likely; of some kind C．possible; some kind of D．unlikely; some kind of 10．We need to send a message to our parents _______we love them. A．in which B．with whom C．that D．which 11．—My best friend's in a bad mood. —How about _______ her some flowers? A．giving B．given C．to give D．give 12．—I've got a cough and my chest hurts. —________. Let me examine you. A．Take it easy B．No, thanks C．Yes, please D．Go ahead 13．How can you ______ your feelings when _______ with such a problem? A．express; facing B．express; faced C．tell; facial D．tell; face 14．—I can't stand my wife spending so much time shopping. Yesterday, she bought a new dress which she actually doesn't need at all. —Don't be angry. ______, almost all women like shopping for new clothes.
A．In all B．In general C．In particular D．In conclusion 15．—He said you'd be giving a lift. —________， it's impossible. A．Not likely B．Not exactly C．Not nearly D．Not really 16． I've always been very ________ about giving my address and QQ number to strangers. A．curious B．concerned C．cautious D．confused 17．The black box is a necessary device on an airplane, which records its speed, direction and whether everything on the airplane ________ normally. A．will function B．functioned C．is functioning D．has functioned 18．—What do you think of the songs? —As a matter of fact, ________ of them sounds beautiful. A．no one B．not all C．not every one D．not everyone 19．It is ______ for her to finish that maths problem in such a short time, because she is so clever. A．probable B．impossible C．likely D．possible 20．—The first one ________ will get a beautiful gift. —All right. A．arrived B．arrives C．to arrive D．arriving 21．Convinced that her daughter was out of _____ danger, the lady fell asleep at _____ ease after six sleepless nights. A．the; the B．a; an C．不填；不填 D．a; the 22．—Does your sister work as a teacher in Canada? —No, but she once ________ there for 5 years. A．taught B．had taught C．has taught D．would teach 23．The five rings on the Olympic flag ________ the union of the five continents and the meeting of athletes from all over the world. A．present B．deliver C．represent D．resemble 24．There are two roads leading to the park along the river. You can take ________ of them. A．either B．both C．neither D．all 25．We hold a meeting every year in honour of those people who lost their lives in ________ our motherland. A．defending B．fighting C．preventing D．struggling 26． Come ________. I want to tell you that she is ________ related to him and that you must study it ________. A．close; close; close B．closely; close; close C．close; closely; closely D．closely; closely; close 27．A new ________ to teaching languages is being used here, and it has turned out to be very helpful to the students. A．approach B．means C．method D．way 28．Nowadays, food safety has become the ________ of the government as well as the society. A．advantage B．focus C．step D．anger 29．—Is the smile a _______ expression that means happiness and friendliness all over the world?
—Yes, I think so. A．likely B．traditional C．special D．universal 30．You have ______ him — he was not laughing at you; in fact, he just wanted to show his friendliness. A．respected B．misunderstood C．affected D．amused II．完形填空 （30 分） An elderly carpenter (木匠) was ready to retire. He told his employer-contractor of his plans to ___31___ the house-building business to live a more leisurely life with his wife and 32 his extended family. He would 33 the paycheck each week, 34 he wanted to retire. They could get by (survive). The contractor (订约人) was 35 to see his good worker go & asked if he could build just one more house as a 36 . The carpenter said yes, but over time it was easy to see that his 37 was not in his work. He resorted to shoddy workmanship and used 38 materials. It was an 39 way to end a dedicated career. When the carpenter finished his work, his employer came to 40 the house. Then he handed the 41 to the carpenter and said, "This is your house... my gift to you." The carpenter was 42 ! What a shame! If he had only known he was building his own house, he would have done it all so 43 . So it is with us. We build 44 , a day at a time, often putting 45 our best into the building. Then, with a shock, we 46 we have to live in the house we have built. If we could do it over, we would do it much differently. But, you cannot 47 . You are the carpenter, and every day you hammer a nail, place a board, or erect a wall. Someone once said, "Life is a do-it-yourself project." Your 48 , and the choices you make today, help build the "house" you will live in tomorrow. 49 , build 50 ! 31. A. leave B. lead C. avoid D. gain 32. A. depend B. cheer C. enjoy D. satisfy 33. A. depend on B. receive C. benefit from D. miss 34. A. so B. but C. when D. even if 35. A. sorry B. glad C. disappointed D. cheerful 36. A. service B. personal favour C. work D. good end 37. A. curiosity B. energy C. heart D. patience 38. A. less good B. best C. solid D. valuable 39. A. rude B. wise C. wonderful D. unfortunate 40. A. sell B. buy C. inspect D. admire 41. A. house B. front-door key C. gift D. award 42. A. shocked B. satisfied C. silly D. tired 43. A. secretly B. rapidly C. willingly D. differently 44. A. our houses B. our lives C. our building D. our work 45. A. less than B. more than C. no more than D. no less than
46. A. promise B. decide 47. A. throw away B. apologize 48. A. character B. attitude 49. A. Therefore B. However 50. A. simply B. personally III．阅读理解 （40 分）
C. realize C. go ahead C. force C. Obviously C. gradually
D. consider D. go back D. honesty D. Instead D. wisely
A We convey (传达) information through the position and movement of the body. We often use gestures or body movements to stress what we are saying. For example, when I lecture (演讲), I often use my hands to emphasize (强调) points or point to something on the blackboard. Some people use them more than others. The victory (胜利) sign, the OK sign, the goodbye wave and the blowing of a kiss are all popular gestures in America. It is important to recognize, however, that most gestures are not universally recognized. For example, although the OK gesture means acceptance in America, it has other meanings in other cultures. In France it means worthlessness. And in Greece, it is considered obscene (淫秽). There are some sex differences in nonverbal behavior. In American culture, men tend to sit or stand with legs apart and hands outward, while women tend to keep legs together and hands at their sides. Women are also better than men at understanding nonverbal gestures. A nonverbal behaviour is to have the tongue just slightly protruding (突出) from the mouth. A study showed that people were less willing to approach others who had their tongues showing. Perhaps this is why people often tend to avoid individuals with bad nonverbal behaviours. When we make decisions about other people, we learn to recognize nonverbal cues (提示) and interpret (理解) them along with verbal information. 51. From the passage we can know that ________. A. body language in America is more popular than in other countries B. the deferent cultures share the same body languages C. the same gestures in deferent cultures may have the deferent meanings D. body language is more important than words 52. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Women’s body language is easier to understand. B. Women have a better understanding of body language than men. C. In American culture, men care more about their gestures than women. D. In American culture, men and women always employ the deferent gestures. 53. It may be concluded from this passage that ________. A. body language can completely replace words B. different cultures share different nonverbal behaviours C. body language sounds louder than verbal information D. body language can be helpful for us to communicate with each other B Most good interviewers will make an effort to establish and keep eye contact. Make sure that you do not find yourself looking down or away. If you wear glasses, be sure to buy the non-glare
lenses. Do not stare. Rapidly nodding your head can leave the impression that you are impatient and too eager to add something to the conversation -- if only the interviewer would let you. Slower nodding, on the other hand, emphasizes interest, shows that you are validating (确认) the comments of your interviewer, and encourages him to continue. Tilting (倾斜) the head slightly, when combined with eye contact and a natural smile, shows friendliness and approachability (可接近的). Your smile is one of the most powerful positive body signals. Everybody looks better when they smile. Offer an unforced, confident smile. Avoid at all costs the technique that some applicants use: grinning idiotically (白痴般地裂口笑) for the length of the interview, no matter what. This will only communicate that you are insincere (虚假的). It’s worth remembering that the mouth provides a seemingly limitless supply of opportunities to convey weakness. This may be done by touching the mouth frequently; "faking" a cough when confused with a difficult question; and /or gnawing (咬) on one’s lips absentmindedly (茫然地). Employing any of these "insincerity signs" when you are asked about say, why you lost your last job, will confirm (确认) or instill (慢慢灌输) suspicions about your honesty. 54. The mouth may make your weakness known by ________according to the passage. A. pretending to be coughing B. having an unforced smile C. blowing a kiss D. showing your teeth 55. The main purpose of this text is to ________. A. tell you how to communicate with others effectively. B. show you how to make yourself more understandable C. remind you of respecting the interviewer. D. give you some advice on facial signals for job interviews 56. What does the underlined word “suspicion” in the last paragraph mean? A. understanding B. uncertainty C. expression D. agreement 57. Which facial signal can cause you to lose an opportunity of being employed? A. Gnawing on one’s lips. B. A natural smile. C. A natural smile. D. Touching the mouth occasionally. C About five states in Nigeria will experience a total eclipse (日蚀) of the sun on March 29, 2006, according to a forecast by the Ministry of Science and Technology this week. An eclipse occurs in one of two ways: when the moon passes between the earth and the sun so that all or part of the sun cannot be seen for a time, or when the earth passes between the moon and the sun so that you cannot see all or part of the moon for a time. The first case is a solar eclipse or eclipse of the sun, which occurs as the earth enters the shadow of the moon. The second describes a lunar eclipse or eclipse of the moon, which happens when the moon enters the shadow of the earth. More than 60 percent of Nigerians are uneducated, and eclipses in some parts of the country in the past have caused commotions in which people have been killed and property destroyed. Some Nigerians believe an eclipse is punishment from the gods for evil doing. The March 29th eclipse would be the fifth in Nigeria’s history, and it is expected to last for 30
minutes — 9:15AM to 9:45AM, according to the official prediction. Nigeria witnessed eclipses in 1898, 1947, 1959, and 2001. The shadows in an eclipse have a central dark part called umbra, and a less dark external section called penumbra. In the umbra, all the sun’s light is cut off, and this is called total eclipse; while in the penumbra, only a part of the light from the sun is cut off from the moon, and it is called partial eclipse. Five Nigerian states — Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Zamfara, and Katsina — are expected to have total eclipse, while other parts of the country will experience partial eclipse. 58. This passage is mainly written to ________. A. predict a eclipse of the sun in Nigeria B. compare a eclipse of the sun with a eclipse of the moon C. provide information on a coming eclipse of the sun in Nigeria D. show that people in Nigeria receive little education 59. If this passage is taken from a newspaper, which section is the passage probably from? A. Entertainment. B. Economy. C. Education. D. Science. 60. The best title for this passage is ________. A. What Is an Eclipse B. How Foolish People in Nigeria Are C. Nigeria Expects Solar Eclipse D. Solar Eclipse Happens on March 29, 2006 D China is going green. In order to reduce air pollution and oil-shortages, automobile manufacturers have announced their plans to develop hybrid vehicles (混合燃料汽车) for the Chinese market. Toyota’s hybrid car Prius will be ready to drive in China this week. Let’s have a look at the new car. Any vehicle is a hybrid when it combines two or more sour ces of power. Hybrid cars run off a rechargeable battery and gasoline. Hybrid cars have special engines, which are smaller than traditional gasoline engines. They run at 99 percent of their power when the car is cruising (匀速 行驶). A specially designed battery motor provides extra power for running up hills or when extra acceleration is needed. Step into a Prius, and turn on the engine. The first thing you notice is how much quieter it is than a traditional car. At this point, the car’s gasoline engine is dormant (休眠). The electric motor will provide power until the car reaches about 24 km/h. If you stay at a low speed, you are effectively driving an electric car, with no gasoline being used, and no waste gas gives off. The onboard (车载的) computer makes the decision about when to use a gas engine, when to go electric, and when to use a combination of the two. If you go over 24 km/h, when you step on the gas pedal (油门), you are actually telling the computer how fast you want to go. The electronic motor recharges automatically using a set of batteries. When driving at high speed, the gasoline engine not only powers the car, but also charges the batteries. Any time you use the brake, the electric motor in the wheels will work like a generator and produce electricity to recharge the batteries. As a consequence, the car’s batteries will last for around 200,000 miles.
61. The author writes this passage mainly to . A. teach people how to drive a hybrid car B. introduce a new kind of “green” car C. show how to save their gasoline when driving a car D. announce plans to develop hybrid vehicles for China 62. The first sentence probably refers to . A. there will be more and more green land in China B. China is still young and lacking experience C. China’s new cars are combinations of different green models D. China has started producing environmentally friendly cars 63. Which of the followings is NOT true? A. The hybrid cars reduce air pollution and oil-shortages. B. The car’s gasoline engine doesn’t work until it reaches about 24 km/h. C. This kind of car is completely controlled by an onboard computer. D. A specially designed battery motor provides extra power when needed. 64. What is the MOST important feature of hybrid cars? A. They are powered by both a rechargeable battery and gasoline. B. They are much quieter than traditional cars. C. They only use 99 percent of their power to run up hills. D. They have smaller engines than traditional gasoline ones. 65. What can we conclude from the story? A. The batteries can be recharged at any time you want. B. Using the brake suggests that the gasoline engine should work. C. The batteries will last for 200, 000 miles without being recharged. D. The gasoline engine charges the batteries as well as powers the car. E The food we eat seems to have a great effect on our health. Although science has made big steps in making food more fit to eat, it has, at the same time, made many foods unfit to eat. Some research has shown that perhaps eighty percent of human illness is related to food and forty percent of cancer is related to food as well. That food is related to illness is not a new discovery. In 1945, some researchers realized that things commonly used to keep colour in meats and other food additives（添加剂）caused cancer. Yet, these additives remain in our food, and it is difficult to know which things on the wrappings （包装） of foods are helpful or harmful. The additives which we eat are not all so direct. Farmers often give penicillin to their animals, and because of this, penicillin has been found in the milk of cows. Sometimes similar things are supplied to animals not for their health, but just to make a profit. The farmers are simply trying to fatten the animals in order to get a higher price on the market. Although some countries have tried to control such things, the practice continues. 66. According to this passage, we can know . A. perhaps most of human illness is caused by what we eat B. perhaps most kinds of cancer are related to what people eat
C. cancer was discovered in 1945 D. science has made food unfit to eat 67. Things that are used to keep colours in meats are . A. harmful B. useless C. helpless D. dangerous 68. All the additives . A. are bright and colourless B. are not bright and colourful C. have indirect effects on our health D. have direct effects on our health 69. People use additives . A. to make food more unfit to eat B. to improve the colour and taste of the food C. to change colour of the food D. to take off the diseases of the food 70. Which of the following is not true? A. Some wrappings of food are harmful. B. Farmers try to make more money on the market by fattening their animals. C. “The practice continues” means “things are still going on like that”. D. We needn’t take care of what we eat. IV．课文词汇等填空 （10 分） If you have a chance to observe several foreign visitors from different countries getting together, you’ll surely experience some 1 that will happen among them in body language due to the difference of their 2 . For example, at the first meeting, Colombians like to 3 others, 4 their shoulders, while British people will keep a certain distance from others; Canadians will 5 , while Japanese will 6 . From the above examples, we know that all cultures don’t 7 each other in the same way. In short, as well as 8 , our body language can also express our 9 through physical distance, actions or posture. They are only the ways of 10 with people. Different cultures result in different body language. V. 短文改错 （10） People used to laughing or smiling when they are happy. But the people of the certain tribe in Greenland show his joy by running down tears. When someone, for example, win a prize in a race, he cries instead smiling. Though things have changed Greatly in their way of life, they even weep to show their delight. If one day when you have a chance to visit their village and see many people crying together, don’t take them for granted that they feel very sadly. Most probably you would be invited to join the villagers and share tear with them happily. VI. 书面表达 （30 分） 假设你班将举行一次英语晚会，主题为“中学生应该如何使用家长给的零花钱 ”。请你 根据提示写一篇发言稿。 使用方式 好处 存入银行 养成节约的习惯 购买书籍 获取知识 其他 培养兴趣（音乐、体育、集邮等） 注意：1. 词数 100 左右; 2. 参考词汇: 零花钱 pocket money 节约 thrift _______________________________________________________________________________
Book 4, Unit 4 测试卷答案
I. 单项选择 （30 分） 1—10 BBCCB ABDBC 11—20 AABBB CCCDC 21—30 CACAA CABDB II．完形填空 （30 分） 31—40 ACDBA BCADC 41—50 BADBA CDBAD III．阅读理解 （40 分） 51—60 CBDAA BDCDC 61—70 BDCAD AACBD IV．课文词汇等填空 （10 分） 1.misunderstanding 2. cultures 3. approach 4. touch 5.shake hands 6．bow 7. greet 8..spoken language 9. feelings 10. communicating V. 短文改错 （10） 1. used 前加 are 2. the→a 3. his joy→their 4. win→wins 5. instead 后加 of 6. even→still 7. day when 去掉 when 8. take them →it 9. sadly →sad 10. tear→tears VI. 书面表达 （30 分） Dear friends, I’m very glad to have the chance to speak to so many classmates here at present. Today I’d like to talk about how middle school students should deal with their pocket money properly. As is known to all, we can easily get pocket money from our parents if we want to. But it is no good for us spending it at will. In my opinion, we may spend some on books and magazines, from which we can get a lot of knowledge and pleasure. If we love music, sports or stamp collecting, we can develop the interests in them by using some of our pocket money. On the other hand, if possible, we’d better put some in the bank, which will help us form the habit of thrift. Don’t you think so? I really hope you will give me your opinions about it. Thank you.
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