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高一年级英语寒假作业(3)
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(作业用时:100 分钟 ) 一 单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分) 1. We didn’t plan our art exhibition like that but it ___very well. A worked on B worked out C tried out D. carried on 2. He was worried, because he lost his bag _______ his passport, ID card and a lot of money. A. included B. including C. contained D. containing 3. No matter how much money you have, it cannot _____ a healthy body. A. match B. fit C. defeat D. compare 4. — Our new teacher’s English is difficult for me to ______. —Why don’t you ask your brother _______ help? A. understand; with B. follow; for C. speak; for D. pick up; by 5. In the ______ house the firefighters saved a lot of_____ people, but they couldn't be sent to hospital because of the______ road.? A. damaged; blocked; injured? B. destroyed; damaged; blocking? C. damaged; injured; blocked? D. blocked; wounded; injured? 6. Though he was out of breath when he got there, he thought it was worth the effort. A. quite; well B. well; quite C. quite; quite D. well; well 7. Is this TV set ________ you wish to have ________? A. the one; repaired B. which; it repaired C. the one; it repaired D. which; repaired 8. The Turners consider _____ a computer, which is commonly considered ______ a great help in our work and study. A. to buy; to be B. buying; to be C. to buy; being D. buying; being 9. When you’ve finished with that book, don’t forget to put it back one the shelf, _________? A. do you B. don’t you C. will you D. won’t you 10. ___________ is the top player in this football team? A. Who do you think B. Do you think whom C. Whom do you think D. Do you think whose else 11. Tian Dong, together with his classmates, _______ because of _______ the school rules. A. was punished, obeying B. were punished; breaking C. were punished; obeying D. was punished; breaking 12. — I’m tired of the city life now. — Why not try _______ to the countryside for a change? A. to move B. moving C. to have move D. be moving 13. In the office I never seem to have time until 5:30 p.m., ______ many people have gone home. A. whose time B. that C. on which D. by which time 14. You needn’t take the ______ to take the weight-loss pills. Exercise would work out very well for you. A. chance B. risk C. turn D. time 15. — Mom, I have felt good these days. — Dear, if you want to keep fit, you’d better __________. A. take more exercises B. take more exercise C. do more exercises D. attend more exercise 二 完型填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) The house next door had been empty for so long that we had quite forgotten what it was to have neighbors. One day, 16 , a great furniture lorry drew up near our front gate and in a short time, all kinds of furniture were 17 on the pavement. A small car arrived, out of which came seven people, a man, a woman and five children of 18 ages. The children hurried out and began laughing 19 as the whole family moved into the house. Windows were 20 open; furniture was put into 21 ; and little faces looked curiously at us over the fence and disappeared. It was our first 22 to the Robinsons. Though we became firm 23 with our new neighbors, we often had causes to be made angry by them. Our garden became an unsafe place: little boys 24 as cowboys or Indians would jump up from behind bushes, 25 wooden guns at us and 26 us to put our hands up. Sometimes our lives were 27 ; at others, we were killed with a 28 “Bang! Bang!”. Even more

dangerous were the arrows that occasionally came sailing 29 the garden fence. But we did not 30 go in fear for our lives. The Robinsons were friendly and helpful and when we left for the holidays, we knew we had nothing to fear 31 our neighbors were around. We understood what it was like to have 32 in the long, friendless, winter evenings 33 Mr. Robinson would 34 in for a cup of tea and chat; or when Mr. Robinson would 35 over the fence and talk endlessly with father about gardening problems. 16. A. so B. but C. however D. therefore 17. A. unloaded B. loaded C. moved D. removed 18. A. the same B. various C. same D. young 19. A. delightedly B. angrily C. sadly D. foolishly 20. A. forced B. broken C. kicked D. pushed 21. A. place B. order C. room D. building 22. A. interview B. introduction C. arrangement D. management 23. A. strangers B. enemies C. friends D. relatives 24. A. pretending B. looking C. dressed D. worn 25. A. put B. take C. throw D. point 26. A. lead B. order C. ask D. make 27. A. wasted B. saved C. devoted D. spared 28. A. fast B. soft C. sharp D. slow 29. A. in B. on C. over D. across 30. A. always B. often C. even D. then 31. A. though B. unless C. so long as D. even if 32. A. cheers B. fun C. discussions D. company 33. A. as B. when C. while D. since 34. A. drop B. jump C. slip D. break 35. A. fall B. climb C. lean D. lie 三 阅读理解(每题 2 分,共计 30 分) A As a child, I remember listening to a song called "Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen (哥本哈根) ." When I visited the city last year, that song kept running through my head. It got me wondering: Just what is wonderful about Copenhagen? It's not a place filled with world-famous tourist sites. But it does have a charm(魅力)that makes you want to linger. You can sample the food, visit the castles and museums, and learn about the life of the Danes. Stoget, the world's longest pedestrian (人行道) mall, runs through the center of the old city. This string of lively street and squares makes walking a treat. I happily explored the mall, looking in the windows of shops and cafes. I followed Stoget from the square in front of the city hall to Nyhavn. Here, old houses painted bright colors look out over a picturesque harbor filled with sailing ships. Denmark's beloved storyteller Hans Christian Andersen lived here when he wrote his first stories. From Nyhavan, I continued heading north. I wanted to see Copenhagen's symbol, the statue of the Little Mermaid (美人鱼). She was set up in honor of Hans Christian Andersen's famous story. As I continued my city tour, one thing impressed me all the bicycles. I learned that half the population of Copenhagen rides bikes every day. Only 20 percent of Copenhageners own cars because there is a 180 percent tax on them. That certainly keeps the city free of traffic jams and heavy pollution! It's easy to join all the bicyclists riding through the streets, too. The city provides free bicycles that anyone can use. The cycling around the castles and parks made a relaxing end to a full day. As darkness fell and the parks' lights began to twinkle, I watched families enjoying themselves. So what is wonderful about Copenhagen? Just about everything. 36. What is the purpose of referring to the song in the 1st paragraph? A. To arouse the interest of the readers in the city of Copenhagen. B. To show the readers that Copenhagen is a wonderful city. C. To express the puzzled feeling of the author. D. To ask the readers to find out what is wonderful about Copenhagen. 37. The word "linger" in the 2nd paragraph is most close to______ A. walk B. stay C. learn D. leave 38. The underlined sentence“makes walking a treat” in the 3rd paragraph means_________ A. You can find various food in this string of lively street and squares B. You will meet many people when walking along the string of lively street and squares C. Walking will be a great pleasure because of the string of lively street and squares D. The string of lively street and squares make people eager to walk along 39. Which of the following is TRUE?

A. Copenhagen is a city with lots of places of interest. B. Stoget is the biggest pedestrian mall in the world. C. The government of Copenhagen does encourage people to ride bicycles. D. Nyhavn is a city hall where Hans Christian Anderson once worked. B Bellwood, IL—— Kombo Peshu came to the United States from the poor village of Mwanda, Kenya, ten years ago when Father Richard Quinn gave him the chance to further his education .Kombo was given a full scholarship to study for a master’s degree(硕士 学位). When Kombo returned to Kenya for a visit four years later, he realized how lucky he was to have received his education in the United States. Over the four years he was in America, conditions in Mwanda had worsened, and he was struck by how many children were struggling to receive a proper education. Kombo knew that he had to give back to his people after witnessing such hardships. First, he began to give money out of his own pocket ,but he soon realized he had to do more. He went back to the United States and asked for donations, and was finally able to raise enough to start the Mughamba Scholarship Foundation, a fund for children in his village of Mwanda who cannot afford school. The people around him were so moved by his emotional accounts of these children that some of them not only gave money but also traveled with him back to Mwanda to see what daily life is like for these children. Kombo continues to work hard to raise money for his village and now has 40 students on scholarships for high school and 5 at universities in Kenya. In addition to continuing to raise money for his scholarship fund and by selling traditional Kenyan items, he is also working to raise money to get more running water in his village. 40. Why did Kombo Peshu come to the US 10 years ago? A. A university offered him a chance to study abroad. B. He was sent to study by the Kenyan government. C. Richard Quinn invited him to come for a visit. D. He was given the chance to work on a master’s degree by Father Richard Quinn. 41. What struck Kombo in Kenya was that . A. many children were struggling hard to survive. B. many children couldn’t receive a proper education. C. the children were living in very had conditions. D. all children couldn’t go to school because of wars. 42. What did Kombo do to help his people? A. He returned to USA to go on studying. B. He called on his relatives to help. C. He ran a running water factory in Mwanda. D. He managed to raise money in the US. C Hello, children and parents. Thank you all for coming to this meeting. I’d like to start by confirming(证实) that we will receive some money from the government for our school trip to Indonesia. We will receive about $1,300 per child, which will reduce the overall cost to you. Now that we are sure to get the money, it is time to do some planning, We are sure that the trip will be very exciting for the children, especially if they have not traveled overseas before. There are many benefits of having some exposure to different places and cultures. Your children will be able to learn a lot about other people and cultures on this trip. Leanne is with us tonight . Leanne, where are you? Put up your hand, Leanne, so that the people can see who you are. Thank you . Leanne went on the trip last year and will be happy to tell you of her experiences and answer any questions you might have. We will hear from her a bit later in the meeting. We only have five months to organize the trip. From past experience I can tell you that this time will go very quickly! So we need to start organizing the trip. This is the schedule for tonight’s meeting. ☆Passport: when and how to apply for one ☆Schedule: what places we will visit ☆Health matters: what measures(预防措施)you need to take, plus any special needs that you child may have ☆Studying : description of the school and type of lessons your child will attend ☆Money: playing for the trip, plus how much money your child should take ☆Hotel: where we will be staying ☆Clothing and personal items: what your children should take with them Are there any other items that you would like to place on the agenda? 43. We can infer that the text is . A. a research report B. a book review C. a speech D. a letter 44.The meeting will discuss the following EXCEPT .

A. expenses B. accommodation(住宿) C. tour guides D. schedule 45.Who will pay some money for this trip according to the text? A. The student union. B. The school board. C. The community. D. The government 46.We can learn from the text that . A. Leanne is from Indonesia and knows well about the coming trip B. the students are able to attend some lessons during their trip C. the students will spend nothing on the trip D. the speaker is likely to come from USA D Seven tips to good table manners Whether it's dinner at a friend's house or a business meeting over lunch, we judge people based on their table manners. But what can you do if your kids do not behave themselves at the dinner tables? The following are seven tips to set your children on the road to good table manners: ●Look for the good. Instead of pointing out all the things your children do wrong, point out what they do right. Please say, for example, “ I am so proud of you. It was wonderful the way you served yourself.” ●Don’t turn dinner into an unpleasant “lecture time”. That will turn kids off not only manners, but dinner, and you, too. ●Check your own example. Don't show up for dinner in just your underwear (内衣) unless you want your kids to do the same. ●Don't always consider your kids lazy and dirty ones. Instead, point out the behavior in a tender way. For example: “It’s a good idea to unfold your napkin, so if food falls you won’t dirty your clothes.” ●Teach your kids good manners in the form of a game. One night a week, try to have a formal dinner. Try dressing up, serve a special meal, and expect more formal manners. That will help improve their sense of manners. ● Make kids understand part of the tradition. Invite guests over and let kids help serve them. This helps them indirectly learn about table manners. ●Try dining out once in a while. Fast food restaurants aren't counted(算在内). Try a nice restaurant and let kids order their own food, pay the bill and give the tip. 47. The passage is mainly written for ____. A. kids B. parents C. hosts D. guests 48. Which of the following should parents do to help their kids learn good table manners? A.Try dining out in fast food restaurants once in a while B. Point out what’s wrong with the kids’behavior at dinner. C. Keep telling the kids how to behave themselves at dinner. D. Improve kids’ sense of manners by having a formal dinner at times. 49. The kids should do the following EXCEPT ______. A. going to a formal dinner in underwear B. helping parents to serve the guests C. ordering their own food and paying the bill D. unfolding the napkin to keep their clothes clean 50. The underlined part“turn kids off”in the second tip probably mean “_____” A. make kids pleased with C. make kids tired of 四 单词填空( 每题 0.5 分 满分 5 分) (有吸引力的). __(能量)than older people. __ of money protecting wild animals. ___; many people died and many more lost their homes. 51. Of all the suggestions, I found yours most 52. Young people usually have more 53. They have spent a large a 54. The earthquake caused great d B. make kids interested in D. make kids fond of

55. Amy received an o__________ last week, and now she is recovering from liver failure in the hospital. 56. Young ladies are running after a slim f________, aren’t they? 57. Aren’t you a_________ of the bad deed you have done to that poor blind man? 58. Mr. Smith had an accident last month. Fortunately, he is r_________ now from the injury. 59. I did feel e___________ in front of such a big crowd. 60. The ____________(设备) in the lab will be controlled by a computer. 五 任务型阅读 (每题 1 分 满分 10 分) While it is impossible to live completely free of stress, it is possible to prevent stress as well as reduce its effect when it can' t be avoided. The US Department of Health and Human Services offers the following suggestions for ways to deal with stress.

Try physical activity. When you are nervous, angry or upset, try releasing the pressure through exercise or physical activity. Running, walking, playing tennis, or working in your garden are just some of the activities you might try. Take care of yourself. You should make every effort to eat well and get enough rest. If you easily get angry and cannot sleep well enough, or if you're not eating properly, it will be more likely that you will fall into stressful situations. If stress repeatedly keeps you from sleeping, you should consult a doctor. Make time for yourself. Schedule time for both work and entertainment. Don' t forget, play can be just as important to you over-all well-being as work. You need a break from your daily routine to just relax and have fun. Go window-shopping or work on a hobby. Allow yourself at least a half hour each day to do something you enjoy. Make a list of the things you need to do. Stress can result from disorganization and a feeling that "there's so much to do, and not enough time. Trying to take care of everything at once can be too much for you and as a result, you may not achieve anything. Instead, make a list of everything you have to do, then do one thing at a time. Set out to do the most important tasks first. Check off each task as it is completed. Title: How to deal with61.___________ 六 写作 (满 Solution(s) 64.________for feeling stressed 某英 生活”栏目 62.try_______activity ●being nervous, angry or upset 关健康食 炼与少年儿 题。下面六 ●easily getting angry 明一年中的 take care of yourself ●not sleeping well enough 据李明的情 ●.not eating 65___________ 文。 注意: make time for yourself ●no break from daily routine 1.词 右。 2. 短文 63. make a_____of the ●66.___________ ●a feeling of not having enough 出。 things you need to do time 参考词汇: junk 不利于健康的食品 snacks 各种零食 2010 67. ___________ ●trying activities such as running, walking or playing tennis ●eating well ●68. getting enough_______ ●consulting a doctor ●relaxing ●having.___________ ●doing one thing at a time according to the list you have made ●setting out to do the most important task first ●70.________off each task 分 20 分) 文报“健康 正在讨论有 品、体育锻 童肥胖的问 幅图画是李 变化,请根 况写一篇短

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A healthy diet and regular exercise may help to prevent obesity (肥胖) among children. Take Li Ming for example. Li Ming used to be a healthy boy, but… …

高一年级英语寒假作业(3) 答 案

17. 【解析】 A unload 为“卸车”,指把家具从车上搬下来,remove 词义在此不准确。 18. 【解析】B 5 个孩子,年龄当然不同,of various ages 指不同年龄的。 19. 【解析】A 搬来新家,孩子们自然是“愉快地”欢笑,B、C、D 不合题意。 20. 【解析】D 推开窗子,A、B、C 均有“撞开”之意,不符文意。 21. 【解析】A place 指放置某物的地方,此处指把家具摆放在合适的位置,room 则指空间。 22. 【解析】B introduction 意为“认识、介绍”。 23. 【解析】C 邻居之间自然是以“朋友”相处。 24. 【解析】C dress as 意为“打扮成”或“穿……衣服”。 He was dressed as a woman. 他打扮得像个女人。 25. 【解析】 D 装扮成牛仔的男孩子们用木头枪“指着”(point at)我们。 26. 【解析】B 命令我们举起手来当俘虏。 27. 【解析】B be saved 意为“得救”。 28. 【解析】C 这里形容枪声尖厉。 29. 【解析】C come sailing over, 从……上方飞过来,sailing 形容玩具飞的速度并不快。 30. 【解析】A 但我们并不总是有这样的烦恼。 31. 【解析】C 这里表条件,只要有邻居在,我们就没有什么可担心的。 32. 【解析】D have company 意为“有人做伴”。 33. 【解析】B when 引导定语从句修饰 evenings,在从句中作状语。 34. 【解析】A drop in 表示顺便拜访。 35. 【解析】C lean over sth. 表示“伏在……上面”。 三 阅读理解

四 单词填空 51. attractive 52. energy 53. amount 54. damage 55. operation 56. figure 57. ashamed 58. recovering 59. embarrassed 60. equipment 五 任务型阅读 61. stress 62. physical 63. list 64. Reason(s) 65. properly 66. disorganization 67. Suggestions Advice / Tips / Action 68. rest 69. fun 70. Checking 六 写作 One possible version: A healthy diet and regular exercise may help to prevent obesity(肥胖) among children. Take Li Ming for example. Li Ming used to be a healthy boy, but over a year ago, he formed the habit of eating a lot of junk food and snacks. Besides, he spent a lot of time lying on the sofa, doing nothing but watch TV, and did little exercise. Day after day, as a result, he put on so much weight that he even found it difficult to climb the stairs. So Li Ming decided to change the unhealthy life style. He began to have a balanced, healthy diet and limit the amount of food he eats everyday. He also took part in various sports activities such as swimming, skating, running and playing basketball. Moreover, he goes to school on foot instead of taking a bus. Months later, Li Ming became as fit as before.


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