2013~2014 年度高一英语 Module 1 Unit 1 单元测试题
一. 单词拼写（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，计 10 分） 1. Friendship is especially important for __________(青少年). 2. He didn’t pass the exam, so she looked very u__________. 3. The t__________ came soon after the lightening. 4. He said he was not__________(完全地) satisfied with what I had done. 5. The crowd （人群）went c__________ when their idol (偶像) came to stage. 6. Please draw the _________;the sunlight is too bright. 7. I spoke to him at school, but he i__________ me. 8. There is a lot of air in the_________(松的) snow. It can keep you warm. 9. On hearing that London was attacked by the terrorists, all the G8 leaders were deeply c__________ about the safety of the people. 10. J.K. Rowling, the British author of the record-selling Harry Potter s__________, said she planned to start writing the final book about the boy wizard in January. 二．完成句子（共 24 空；每小题 0.5 分，计 12 分） 1. It’s getting dark. I’ve __________ __________ （不得不） go. It is nice meeting you all. Keep in touch. 2. He is such an easy-going person that he __________ __________ well __________ （相 处）his classmates. 3. Every evening people would see the old lady __________ __________ __________ （溜狗）alone for about an hour, and then she disappeared into the darkness. 4. The Titanic told us a story about a young man called Jack who __________ __________ __________ （相爱） with a nice young lady named Rose. It was this love that caused Rose to survive the accident. 5. Because she hadn’t been able to be outdoors for so long that Anne had __________ so __________ __________ （对…着迷）everything to do __________ nature. 6. Basic military training(军训) is organized for the students __________ __________（特 意）. The activity is seen as a part of education of their love for our country. 7. Do you have any________ ________ __________ （有麻烦）what he is saying? 8. We tried to _________ him ________（镇定）, but he kept shouting excitedly. 9. __________ _________( 记下 ) your ideas before you forget them. 10.I know he （经历） a hard time since his only daughter died. 三.将下列句子变成间接引语：（共 5 题, 每小题 4 分，计 20 分） 1. “What difference does it make?” Peter asked Jim. _______________________________________________________________ 2.“Ann, have you seen my blue notebook?” Peter asked. _______________________________________________________________ 3．”I didn’t attend it today,” Sarah said to her friends.
4．“Don’t be late,” his mother said to him. _____________________________________________________________ 5．He asked me if I had seen the film the day before. （变成直接引语）
五．完形填空。 Last Sunday morning, I was waiting for a bus at the bus station when a woman walked straight towards me. Then she asked me if I had some 1 that she could have for a ticket. Without 2 , I said: “Oh sure! How much do you need?” I 3 a $5 bill from one of my pockets. When I heard her 4 growl (发低声), I looked at the bag of bread I had 5 earlier and gave both the money and food to her with a 6 . She looked relieved (欣慰的), and was 7 that I was willing to help her. She went to get her 8 ; I went back to my book. A few minutes later she came back over, 9 if I could spare anything else because she was 10 $5 short. Going through my bag, I grabbed some singles, and then right before I gave them to her, I slipped (偷偷地塞) a $20 bill in there as well. She 11 me and went back to the counter, and again I went back to my 12 . About 5 minutes later she came back over to give me the $20 back. I told her to keep it to get 13 else to eat. 14 this, she started crying. Maybe I made a 15 to her. Even if that didn’t seem to get noticed, it was still worth it. 1. A .energy B. time C. money D. information 2. A. thinking B. working C. imagining D. studying 3. A. threw away B. pulled out C. looked for D. took away 4. A. foot B. nose C. stomach D. mouth 5. A. bought B. sent C. seen D. found 6. A. hug B. smile C. cry D. quarrel 7. A. tired B. hopeless C. anxious D. glad 8. A. gift B. food C. ticket D. suitcase 9. A. telling B. asking C. shouting D. knowing 10. A. even B. just C. still D. ever 11. A. thanked B. begged C. refused D. interrupted 12. A. seat B. book C. w ork D. bus
13. A. nothing 14. A. Forgetting 15. A. mistake 六．阅读理解。
B. anything B. Remembering B. living
C. everything C. Hearing C. difference
D. something D. Seeing D. decision
A A young woman carrying a three-year-old child got on a bus. The conductor hurried to give her a warm welcome and then kindly asked the other passengers to make more room for the woman and her child. On seeing this, people began to talk. "You know this conductor used to be very rude. Now suddenly he has changed his bad behavior , "said a middle-aged man. "Yes, he should be praised and we must write a letter to the company," said a second passenger. "That's right," another lady said, "I wish a newspaper reporter were here so that more people could learn from this conductor. " Just then a gentleman who looked like a teacher turned to the conductor and said , "Excuse me, but can I know your name, please? Your excellent service must be praised..." Before he could open his mouth, the three-year-old child sitting on the young woman's lap interrupted, "I know his name. I call him Dad." 16. The passengers were ________ to see the conductor's kindness to the woman and the child. A. excited B. pleased C. interested D. surprised 17. One passenger suggested writing a letter to the company to ______ . A. make a demand for more buses B. thank the conductor for his good service C. criticize the conductor for his rude behavior D. invite a newspaper reporter to write about the conductor 18. What was the gentleman? A. A teacher. B. A newspaper reporter. C. Not known from the story. D. The conductor's friend from his company. 19. The word "he" in the last paragraph refers to _______. A. the gentleman B. the conductor C. the middle-aged man D. the three-year-old child 20. It is clear from the story that the conductor _______. A. has changed his attitude towards his work B. has now been kind and polite to all passengers C. has not changed his rude behavior to passengers D. has now been kind and polite to women with children
B Have you ever been afraid to talk back when you were treated unfairly? Have you ever bought something just because the salesman talked you into it? Many people are afraid to support themselves. Dr Robert Albert, author of Stand Up, Speak Out, and Talk Back thinks it' s because their self-respect is low. "There's always a' superior' around--- parent, a teacher, a boss---who knows better." But Albert and other scientists are doing something to help people help themselves. They offer "assertiveness training" courses A.T. for short. In the A.T. Course people learn that they have a right to be themselves. They learn to speak out and feel good about doing so. They learn to be aggressive without hurting other people. In one way, learning to speak out is to get rid of fear. A group taking an A.T. Course will help the timid person to lose his fear. But A.T. uses an even stronger motive--- he need to share. The timid person speaks out in the group because he wants to tell how he feels. Whether or not you speak up for yourself depends on your self-respect. If someone you face is more "important" than you, you may feel less of a person. You start to doubt your answers to problems. You can get to feel good about yourself. And once you do you can learn to speak out. 21. The problem the writer talks about is that __________. A. some people buy things they don't want B. some people are afraid to speak out for their rights C. there are too many superiors D. some people don't think enough of themselves 22. The cause of the problem talked about in this passage is that _________. A. some people have a low self-respect B. there is always someone around who "knows better" C. salesmen talk people into buying things they don't want D. people don t share enough 23. The A.T. Course often _______. A. make people distrust their own answers B. make things more favorable for "superiors" C. help people know as much as their "superiors" D. help people become more important 24. One thing the A.T. Course don't do is to __________. A. share the need of people B. show they have a right to be themselves C. help people overcome fear D. help people to help themselves even if others suffer 25. A good title for this passage could be "__________". A. The Need to Share B. Talk Back When Necessary C. One Way to Build Self-Respect D. One Way to Train Speaking Ability
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There was a time when I felt very disappointed and lost interest in everything. I happened to be out when he came. It’s the third time that the old couples have been to the Great Wall. The boys are crazy about the girl singer. His boss is talking to him face to face.
55. got to 56. gets on...with 57. walk the dog 58. fell in love 59. grown...crazy about...with 60. on purpose
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