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2017_2018学年高中英语Unit3Ahealthylife单元检测试题(含解析)新人教版选修6



Unit 3 A healthy life

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The decisions that we make shape us throughout our lives. No matter what decisions we make,

good or bad, each one puts us on a new road in the future. Make a bad decision? No problem. Learn

from the decision and make another decision to get on a different path. This is advice that I

got from Tony Robbins in his book Awaken the Giant Within. This is a book that I recommend(

) to anyone wanting to develop a fire to make changes in their life. It helped me to understand

how fear of making poor choices was hindering me from becoming the great man who I am today. Now

I am not saying I am a well-known person in any particular circle. But I am the king of my castle

working hard and trying to make good decisions in regard to the paths that I have chosen. I am

a great man in the eyes of my wife and my children. And that is all the recognition that I need

in my lifetime. And I know that my past failures have been the building block that I continue

to use to build my career and self-image in my community that I live in.

Ben Lerer, cofounder of the CEO of Thrillist Media Group, is a good example of this. In an

article on the Fast Company website, Lerer talks about this very subject. He says, "I've had

to make some really tough decisions but finally, I think the best companies are those that can

recognize when something isn't going right, and fix it, instead of just turning a blind eye because

it's easier." Great people make decisions. When a decision does not have the desired result,

make a different decision. It does not get any simpler than that.

1. From Tony Robbin's Awaken the Giant Within, the writer knew ________.

A. making a bad decision is very terrible

B. making decisions helps us become a great man

C. being afraid to make a bad decision is very natural

D. learning from the bad decision can help make a new choice

2. The underlined word "hindering" can be replaced by ________.

A. stopping B. stealing

C. preserving

D. requiring

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3. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?

A. A bad decision has a bad effect on people.

B. The best company can admit and correct a bad decision.

C. People should learn how to make a good decision.

D. Making a decision is much simpler than changing one.

4. What could be the best title of the passage?

A. Overcome Your Fears

B. Take Action

C. Make Decisions

D. Trust Yourself

B

Many people are hesitant to step out of their regular roles and routines. The idea of putting

yourself in a position where you might fail can be frightening or stressful. But sometimes what's

keeping you in one spot may not be your own self-interest. In fact, other people's wished and

the feeling that you "should" stay in the same place may be weakening your own preferences.

What's holding you back may be compliance (), not comfort.

Every instance of stepping outside your comfort zone won't lead to an incredible sense of

discovery and liberation. But it may happen when you realize that what thought was your comfort

zone is, in fact, your compliant zone ---- where you've learned to behave in ways that you were

expected to behave, perhaps by your parents, or your extended family, and by dutifully fulfilling

others' expectations, you internalize these behaviors as your own, even if they don't actually

reflect who you are.

How can you tell when your comfort zone may actually be your compliant zone?

Pinpoint your area of focus. Identify one specific thing to question, whether it's something

you're unhappy with or something you want to develop.

Compare your passions to the activity you're examining. Can you see your own values and driving

passions in this activity somewhere? If you can, it's probably not compliance ---- or at least

not completely. But if you struggle to find yourself anywhere, you may be in the compliant zone,

and it might be time to reassess and consider whether a change is in order.

Our habits and routines are hard to break for a reason: they give us a feeling of stability

and bring predictability() to our lives. But avoiding new situations can hold you back.

Stepping outside your comfort zone can help you build new skills and gain confidence. And by

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identifying and escaping your compliant zone, you can discover your "true" self----the part

of you that reflects your authentic passions and interests and leads to a more fulfilling life.

5. According to the text, the important factor that could be holding you back is

.

A. your own self-interest

B. your stress.

C. compliance.

D. comfort

6. When they are in the compliant zone, people

.

A. have an incredible sense of discovery and liberation

B. behave as other people expect

C. make their parents happy

D. fulfill their own true expectations

7. Which of the following shows you may be in the compliant zone?

A. You're unhappy with the current situation.

B. You can see your own values in the activity you're examining.

C. You struggle to find yourself anywhere.

D. You are considering whether to make a change

8. In the last paragraph the author mainly wants to express that

.

A. People's habits and routines are impossible to break

B. any new situation can break down people's confidence

C. by escaping your compliant zone you can be your "true" self

D. identifying your compliant zone can lead to a more fulfilling life

.

When you ask people why they work, a lot of them will say they're "only in it for the money."

When you work for 1 , you can be financially independent, and have some

2 over your

life.

Sometimes money truly is the only reason a person works. But most people have some

important 3 for working: some like to 4 their days doing something they're good

at, some feel 5 to use their skills.

Usually, a person 6 for a sense of being accomplished, of being able to do things

with his hands, with his mind, and with his will. Each of us wants to feel we 7 the ability

to do something 8 . You can see the carpenter() standing aside and 9 the product

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of his personal skill. For many people the 10 of work is harmful to their health. It has

been observed that 11 brings enormous psychological trouble. Large numbers of people get

headache on 12 when they don't have work to do.

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you didn't work and you had every day to yourself? You could choose to watch

television, go to the movies, go shopping, read books, visit friends, go traveling, do

sports...These all sound wonderful, but you'd need 14 some money. Relaxing and doing what

you

15 is great for a holiday, but after a while the pleasure can wear off and you can

feel aimless and 16 .

In fact, our life 17 work. What would happen if no one worked? The goods and services

we need to live and enjoy in our leisure time simply couldn't 18 . For example, if you

needed to catch a bus: Who would design and construct the bus? Who would drive the bus? If you

wanted to read a newspaper: Who would 19 the articles and take the pictures for it? Who

would print it?

So, the next time you hear people 20 about their jobs, you can simply remind them

how terrible life would be if they were unemployed.

1. A. life

B. money

C. school

D. fun

2. A. account

B. attempt

C. control

D. remark

3. A. reasons

B. ideas

C. methods

D. thought

4. A. spend

B. conside

C. present

D. analyse

5. A. qualified

B. satisfying

C. obliged

D. stressful

6. A. arrange

B. look

C. apply

D. long

7. A. have

B. need

C. require

D. trust

8. A. curious

B. confusing

C. meaningful

D. romantic

9. A. improving

B. admiring

C. protesting

D. criticizing

10. A. effort

B. power

C. victory

D. absence

11. A. trade

B. business

C. unemployment D. relief

12. A. weekends

B. daytime

C. work time

D. duty

13. A. How about

B. What if

C. Why

D. Where

14. A. more than

B. not

C. at least

D. at most

15. A. hate

B. hesitate

C. overcome

D. enjoy

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16. A. bored

B. optional

C. mature

D. moody

17. A. creates

B. depends on

C. contacts with

D. respects

18. A. exist

B. work

C. stand

D. mention

19. A. read

B. buy

C. write

D. choose

20. A. caring

B. talking

C. asking

D. complaining

.

Now if you've got nothing to do today, why not go to the east part of the city and plant

trees? That's the message from No.1 Senior High School, 1 is organizing a tree planting

activity near East Mountain. In order to improve the environmental 2 (educate) of its students

and get more people 3 (organize), the school is planning to plant 4 total of 1,400 trees

paid by the government over the next few days. They are hoping to plant half of them today and

they are looking for 5 (voluntary) to come along and help. No experience is OK, 6 there

will be experts to give directions and the 7 (equip) will be provided. Everyone is welcome

to come along anytime 8 10 am and 4 pm. I don't think you need my advice of what sort of

shoes or clothes you have to wear. And of course, gloves will be essential 9 (protect) your

hands. So it could be 10 (real) a nice day out for all the families. Enjoy your day.

.

When I intended to tell my four-year-old niece Lisa the story Snow White write by the Grimm

Brothers, my elder sister stopped me immediate and gave me another storybook. When I asked if

she has told Lisa the story, she shook her head and said, "I don't think girl today should listen

to this story." I was confusing. Later, my sister explained how. In this story, Snow White does

nothing to rescue herself. Instead of, she depends on others' help. My sister doesn't want her

daughter to learn just to turn to others help. She wants her to learn to be brave and independence.

That's why my sister doesn't want to tell herself such stories as Snow White.

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2.
1. 2. (sign language), 3. 1. 2 100 Dear Sir or Madam, My name is Li Hua, and I'm from China, I am writing to thank you for
Your sincerely, Li Hua
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"" 1. D"Make a bad decision? No problem. Learn from the decision and make another decision to get on a different path. This is advice that I got from Tony Robbins in his book Awaken the Giant Within." Awaken the Giant Within D 2. A hinder from=stop from"...... ......"
4. C Awaken the Giant Within " "" " Lerer "" B ""
5. C"But sometimes what's keeping you in one spot may not be your own self-interest. In fact, other people's wished and the feeling that you "should" stay in the same place may be weakening your own preferences. What's holding you back may be compliance (), not comfort." "" C
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7. C"But if you struggle to find yourself anywhere, you may be in the compliant zone, and it might be time to reassess and consider whether a change is in order." C
8. C"Stepping outside your comfort zone can help you

build new skills and gain confidence. And by identifying and escaping your compliant zone, you

can discover your "true" self ---- the part of you that reflects your authentic passions and

interests and leads to a more fulfilling life."

""""

C

.



1B "only in it for the money.""

"A. life

B. money C. school D. fun B

2C A. account

B. attempt C. control D. remark C

3A "Sometimes money truly is the only reason a person works."



A. reasons B. ideas C. methods



D. thought A

4A "spend time doing sth."



A. spend B. consider C. present D. analyse

A

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5C

A. qualified B. satisfying C. obliged



D. stressful C

6D A. arrange for ......B.

look for

C. apply for D. long for D

7A have the ability to do something ""A. have



B. need C. require D. trust A

8C A. curious B. confusing C.

meaningful

D. romantic C

10D 11C

"Large numbers of people get headache on ... when they don't have work to do." A. effort B. power C. victory D. absence D
A. trade B. business



C. unemployment D. relief C

12A "when they don't have work to do."

A.

weekends B. daytime C. work time D. duty

A

13B A. How about ......



B. What if ......C. Why D. Where

B

14C A. more than

B. not C. at least D. at most C

15D A. hate B. hesitate C.

overcome

D. enjoy D

16A "the pleasure can wear off and you can feel aimless"

""

aimless A. bored B. optional

C. mature

D. moody A

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18A 19C

A. exist B. work C. stand D. mention A "a newspaper:... the articles..."A. read

B. buy

C. write D. choose C

20D

A. caring about B. talking about C. asking

about

D. complaining about D

.

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9to protect ,

10really , really

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When I intended to tell my four-year-old niece Lisa the story Snow White

by the Grimm

Brothers, my elder sister stopped me

and gave me another storybook. When I asked if

10

she

told Lisa the story, she shook her head and said, " I don't think

today should

listen to this story." I was

. Later, my sister explained . In this story, Snow White

does nothing to rescue herself. Instead of, she depends on others' help. My sister doesn't want

her daughter to learn just to turn to others help. She wants her to learn to be brave and

. That's why my sister doesn't want to tell

such stories as Snow White.

-ed confusing confused why how why of turn to sb. for help "" help for and brave "" independence independent " my four-year-old niece Lisa " herself her .

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