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(全国通用)2014届高考英语一轮复习 课时作业(三十九)Module 3 Literature 外研版选修7


(全国通用)2014 届高考英语一轮复习课时作业(三十九)Module 3 Literature 外研版选修 7

(限时:35 分钟) Ⅰ.单项填空

1.Mary had prepared carefully for her Chinese examination so that she could be sure of passing it on her first________. A.intention B.attempt C.purpose D.desire 2. The police have offered a large ________ for information leading to the robber's arrest. A.award B.compensation C.prize D.re ward 3.It is not easy to learn English well, in the end. but if you ________, you will succeed

A.hang up B.hang about C.hang on D.hang around 4.The programme ________ for children under 7 turned out to be a failure. A.designing B.intended C.worked D.meaning 5.Never in my wildest dreams ________these people are living in such poor conditions. A.I could imagine B.could I imagine C.I couldn't imagine D.couldn't I im agine 6.Modern plastics can ________ very high and very low temperatures. A.stand B.hold C.carry D.support 7.—Did he bre ak it ________? —No, on purpose. A.accidentally B.presently C.occasionally D.intentionally 8.Think carefully before you answer his questions.You may be ________ into giving away vital information. A.caught C.seized B.captured D.trapped and we stopped to watch it.

9.The beautiful sunset ______ our attention, A.caught B.paid C.fixed D.slipped

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10.If you are feeling so tired,

perhaps a little sleep would ________.

A.act B.help C.serve D.last 11. Seeing the scene________the hero and the heroine got married at last, I was moved to tears. A. which C. where B. that D. when

12.________got on the train when it began to move. A.No sooner had I B.I had no sooner C.Hardly had I A.jumped D.I hardly had C.pushed D.struggled 13. Seeing the drowning boy, took off his coat and______himself into the water. he B.threw 14.It was so dark in the cinema that I could hardly______ my friend. A.turn out B.bring out C.call out D.pick out 15.—Sorry,I have to________ now. It's time for class. —OK,I'll call back later. A.hang up B.break up C.give up D.hold up Ⅱ.完形填空 A loving person lives in a loving world. A hostile (敌意的)person lives in

a hostile world. Everyone you meet is your mirror. Mirrors have a very particular __16__. They reflect the image in front of them. Just as a __17__ mirror works as the vehicle to reflection, __18__ do all of the people in our lives. When we see something beautiful such as a flower garden, that garden __19__ a reflection. When we love someone, it's a(n)__20__of loving ourselves. We have often heard things like “I love how I am when I'm with that person”. That simply__21__ into “I' m able to love me when I love that other person”. __22__, when we meet someone new, we feel as though we “click”. Sometimes it's as if we've __23__ each other for a long time. That feeling can come from __24__ similarities. Just as the “mirror” or other people can be a positive reflection, it is more likely that we'll __25__ it when it has a negative connotation (内涵). __26__, it's easy to remember the times when we have met someone we' re not particularly __27__about. We may have some criticism (批评) in our mind about the __28__ . This is especially true when we get to know someone with whom we would rather spend __29__ time. Often, when we __30__ qualities in other people, ironically (讽刺地), it's

usually the mirror that's __31__ to us. At times we meet someone __32__ and feel distant disconnected,

or disgusted.

__33__ we don't want to believe it, and it's not easy or __34__ to look further, it can be a great learning lesson to __35__ what part of the person is being reflect ed in you. It's simply just another way to create more self?awareness.

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16.A.target

B.style

C.function D.color 17.A.medical B.physical C.chemical D.mental 18.A.so B.then C.nor D.neither 19.A.focuses on B.applies to C.works with D.serves as 20.A.record C.reflection 21.A.grows B.evaluation D.example B.translates

C.enters D.falls 22.A.Obviously B.Strangely C.Fortunately D.Frequently 23.A.known B.supported C.observed D.recognized 24.A.creating B.lacking C.sharing D.comparing 25.A.ignore B.keep C.take D.notice 26.A.In brief B.In addition C.For example D.As usual 27.A.crazy B.anxious C.upset D.concerned 28.A.time B.mirror C.garden D.person 29.A.less B.amazing C.more D.valuable 30.A.appreciate B.dislike C.describe D.discover 31.A.shouting B.shining C.speaking D.pointing 32.A.new B.nervous C.familiar D.friendly 33.A.If B.Although C.Since D.Once 34.A.terrible B.noble C.reliable D.desirable 35.A.figure out B.take out C.put out D.give out Ⅲ.阅读理解 New study findings suggest that a preference for nightt ime over daytime activities may be associated with antisocial behavior in adolescence, even in

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children as young as eight years old. Those who prefer later bedtime appear to exhibit more antisoci al behavior. “A preference for evening activities and staying up late is related to behavior problem and is evident even in preteens. Staying up late contributes to lack of sleep and this, in turn, causes problems such as lack of control and attention regulation, J. Susman. which are associated with antisocial behavior, ” said Dr. Elizabeth

Susman and her team di d the research in 111 subjects between 8 to 13 years old. The researchers found a number of factors were related to antisocial behavior in the study group, particularly in the boys. For girls, a preference for evening activities was associated with a higher chance of relational aggression or aggressive behavior towards their peers. Boys who experienced prolonged high levels of cortisol(皮质醇) tended to have more behavior problems than their peers. The association was not true for girls, however. Normally, levels of cortisol peak in the morning upon awakening and are stable

during the afternoon and evening hours. Abnormalities in cortisol secretion ( 分泌) have also been associated with clinical depression and antisocial behavior in earlier studies. Boys who hit adolescence at earlier ages also tended to engage in more rule?breaking and attention behav ior problems than other boys, while girls who were younger at puberty reported more relational aggression compared with their peers. Overall, caregivers should be watchful to bedtime activities of children and young adolescents. Monitoring these activities is essential for making sure that children and adolescents are going to sleep in time to ass ure enough sleep for good functioning in school and other things. 36.In the study, the researchers found that ________. A.the youth mustn't stay up too late at any time B. was the preference for nighttime activities that caused antisocial behavior it C.nighttime activities didn't have effects on girls D.not only the adolescents but also the little children were easily influenced by more evening activities 37.We can find the possible results of stay ing up too late EXCEPT ________. A.lack of sleep B.difficult to focus one's attention C.easily out of control D.not like daytime activities any more 38.Comparing boys and girls, the researchers suggest that ________. A.if they experience prolonged high levels of cortisol, more behavior problems than their peers they both will have

B.if boys hit puberty at earlier ages, they tend to have behavior problems C . abnormalities in cortisol secretion aren't associated with aggressive behavior

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D.cortisol secretion is more important for girls 39.From the last paragraph we can infer that ________. A.parents should be watchful to bedtime activities of their children B. we must make sure that children don't do wrong things C.good sleep is important for children's good performance at school D.bedtime activities are important 40.What's the best title for the passage? A.Sleep patterns are linked to teen behavior B.Staying up late is a bad habit C.The youth like to sleep late D.Antisocial behavior is due to overtime night activities

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