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新疆巴州且末县中学 人教版 必修四 Unit1 Women of achievement单元测试

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        必修四  Unit 1《Women of achievement》单元测试                       3

笔试部分:

I. 单项选择
1. The Smiths moved back  to the country in _____ 1990s and have been leading 
______ happy life ever since.
A. the; a    B. the; 不填    C. 不填;a     D. 不填;不填
2. ______with the studies of  all his students, Mr. Johnson went to school as 
soon as he finished the meeting.
A. Concerning     B. Concerned     C. To concern    D. Being concerned
3. Here is my card. Let's keep in _______.
A. connection     B. relation        C. touch         D. certain
4. Whether the wounded___  sent to the hospital without delay _____known yet.
A. have been, are    B. has been, is   C. were, are      D. have been, is
5. She won a Nobel Prize for her scientific ______.
A. interests      B. achievements     C. behavior       D. observation
6. Don't _______ a person only because he has failed in an examination.
A. look up       B. look down      C. look down on   D. look up to
7. Don't spoil the children. Can't you make y our little boy ______ himself?
A. behave         B. believe          C. perform        D. conduct
8. Although the working mother is very busy, she still _______a lot of time to 
her children.
A. devotes        B. spends        C. offers       D. provides
9. Please leave us your name and address and we'll have all the goods ________ 
to your door.
A. deliver        B. delivering      C. delivered    D. to deliver
10. Scientists across the world ______for many years about whether the planet 
contains large amounts of water.
A. argue         B. are arguing    C. had argued    D. have been arguing
11. Though we spent a lot, we think it _____ because we succeeded in the end. 
A. worth    B. worth being spent      C. worthy of             D. worthwhile
12. The family____ early risers, who often ______ morning exercises in the park.
A. are; does     B. is; does          C. are; do        D. is; do
13 The pair of shoes ____ worn out.
A. was         B. were            C. have been      D. had been
14.More than one answer ____ to the question.
A. have been given   B were given      C. . has been given    D. has given
15. Either you o r the headmaster_______ the prizes to these gifted students at 
the meeting.
A is handing out    B. are to hand out    C are handing out     D. is to hand 
out
16. The flowers ___ my mother, but my sister thought they were for her and took 
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them.
A. were intended for    B. intended for   C. intended to give     D. intended 
giving
17. Only ________ a human being.
A. when is it hungry a lion will attack
B. when it is hungry a lion will attack
C. when it is hungry will a lion attack
D. when is it hungry will a lion attack
18. You've done much of the work, and please leave ______ to us.
A. the rest       B. the other             C. another     D. the others
19. It was with great joy ________ he received the news that his lost daughter 
had been found.
A. because       B. which       C. since       D. that
20. Two-thirds of what the chairman said       true.
A. were          B. are                   C. was         D. seem

II  完形填空
A  daughter complained to her  father about how  hard her life  was. She was  
21  and wanted to give up.
Her  father filled  three pots  with  22  and  placed them  on the  fire. The 
daughter looked at him in a strange way, 23  what he was trying to do. He then 
put carrots, eggs and  coffee beans in each pot respectively without saying a 
word. Half an  hour later, he  24  the fire. He  pulled the carrots and eggs  
25  and placed them in two bowls. Then he poured the coffee in another bowl.
He asked his daughter to feel the  26  . She did and  27  that they were soft. 
He then asked her to take an egg and  28  it. After pulling off the shell, she 
observed the  hard-boiled egg. Finally, he asked her  to  29  the coffee. She 
frowned at the strength of the coffee.
  30  , she asked, “What does it mean, Father?”
He  explained, “Each  of them  31  the  sam e 100 degrees of boiling water.   
32  , each reacted differently.”
“After  going through the boiling water,  the carrots became  33  . An egg is 
easy to  34  . But now its inside has become hardened. The coffee beans were  
35  . After they were in the boiling water, they became stronger and richer.
Which are  you?   36  adversity knocks on your door, you  should act like the 
coffee bean.  The bean does  not get its  wonderful  37  until it reaches 100 
degrees. When the water gets the  38  , it just tastes better. When things are 
at their worst and   39   are at their greatest, you should make more effort. 
Then you will win success.   40  , you will become soft with no strength like 
carrots or hardened like eggs with a stiff heart.”
21. A. excited   B. satisfied  C. tired     D. shocked
22. A. water     B. milk       C. coffee    D. food
23. A. realizing B. believing  C. wondering D. admitting
24. A. turned offB. put down   C. looked at D. set about
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25. A. up        B. away       C. out       D. in
26. A. eggs      B. carrots    C. beans     D. bowls
27. A. noted     B. answered   C. proved    D. doubted
28. A. fry       B. clean      C. break     D. cook
29. A. make      B. taste      C. pour      D. offer
30. A. Pleased   B. Frightened C. Puzzled   D. Disappointed
31. A. faced     B. feared     C. caused    D. knew
32. A. Thus      B. Besides    C. Anyhow    D. However
33. A. soft      B. fresh      C. green     D. big
34. A. understandB. find       C. move      D. damage
35. A. unique    B. strange    C. common    D. lucky
36. A. Before    B.  Though    C. Because   D. When
37. A. flavor    B. color      C. time      D. role
38. A. lowest    B. deepest    C. purest    D. hottest
39. A. rules     B. trails     C. values    D. views
40. A. On the contrary          B. In other words
C. As a result              D. In a word

III   阅读理解
                                      A
Once there was a poor farmer and his farm belonged to a rich man. One day he 
brought a basket of apples to  the rich man's house. On the doorsteps, he met 
two  monkeys dressed like children.  They jumped onto  the basket to  eat the 
apples and threw some on the ground. The farmer politely took off his hat and 
asked the monkeys to get off. They obeyed and the farmer went into the house. 
He asked to see the rich man. A servant took him to the room where the rich man 
was sitting.
     "I have brought you the basket of apples you asked for," he said.
     "But why have you brought a half-empty basket?" the rich man asked.
     "I met your children outside, and they stole some of the apples."
41. Why did the farmer bring apples to the rich man? Because       .        
     A. he was poor                                 B. he liked the rich man
     C. his farm belonged to the rich man      D. the rich man's children liked 
apples
42. What did the monkeys do when the farmer was on the doorsteps?
     A. They jumped and jumped.                 B. They played.
     C. They  ran away.                              D. They ate some  of the 
apples.
43. The monkeys left the basket because        .      
     A. they had thrown apples on the ground
     B. the farmer had politely asked them to get off
     C. they were afraid of the hat
     D. the farmer was angry with them
44. How did the rich man feel when he saw the basket?  He felt       .      
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     A. pleased            B. unhappy          C. excited         D. moved
                            
                                      B
  Here is a question I have often asked at dinner parties:
You're on an island with only one other person, your best friend. He's dying of 
cancer. In his final days, he tells you, "I have 100,000 dollars in a bank back 
home. When I die, make sure my son goes to medical school." Then he dies. But 
his son is a no-good playboy who has no interest in going to medical school and 
will waste  that money away  in a very  short time. But your  son is entering 
college, and he is willing to become a doctor. W hich one do you give the money 
to for medical school?
   I've  asked this  question  of everyone  from  the president  of a  famous 
university to  an ordinary young  soldier, and it has  never failed to  get a 
discussion going. Everyone has an opinion, most of them different, but all of 
them correct. Sometimes this one topic lasts the whole evening.
45. Which of the following is TRUE to the passage?
   A. Only the clever people can answer the question rightly.
   B. Some people refuse to answer such a silly question.
   C. Everyone at the dinner party seems to be interested in the question.
   D. Most of the people have the same answer.
46. What the writer often says at dinner parties is _______.
   A. not a true story    B.  a true story   C. a strange story     D. just a 
joke
47.The writer didn't ask this question of     .
A. the president of USA        B. the president of a university
C. an ordinary young soldier    D. the one had dinner with him
48. Why does the writer often ask people such a question? Because ______.
A. he wants to find the answer for a research
B. he is interested in such a question
C. he likes to make fun of people at parties
D. he wants to offer people a topic in which everyone could say something
49. Which of the following decisions is most likely NOT correct?
A. You give the money to your friend's son.
B. You give the money to your son for medical school.
C. You keep the money for your future medical care.
D. You keep the money for your friend's son.
50. The passage is mainly about        .
A. how to make a choice       B. how to earn 100,000 dollars
C. the ways to enter a college   D. the ways to survive on a island

                                      C
Jody  Williams was  born  in  Vermont in  1950.  Like many  teenagers of  her 
generation, she became devoted to the idea of peace while being against the war 
in Vietnam when young.
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In  late 1991,  Bobby Muller,  president of the  Vietnam Veterans  of America 
Foundation, called Williams to see if she was interested in working together to 
ban  landmines worldwide. She  was  glad to  make use  of the  opportunity to 
persuade  non-governmental organizations  to  support  this  worthwhile idea. 
Millions of landmines remain buried in the ground in countries around the world 
long after the wars in which they were used have ended.
In  October 1992,  the  International Campaign  to Ban  Landmines (ICBL)  was 
formally set up. The ICBL called for an end to the use, production, and trade 
of landmines. As the campaign's leader, Williams wrote and spoke widely on the 
landmine problem and the need for a total ban.
Together with Shawn Roberts, she wrote a book that described the hidden costs 
of landmine use, such as the long-term effects of landmines. The landmines mean 
that  people  cannot  travel  or  work  safely.  Land  goes  unused,  causing 
unemployment and  poverty. There is also  the huge cost  of treating landmine 
victims.
Their efforts  were rewarded in 1996,  when a meeting hosted  by the Canadian 
government agreed to write  out an international treaty banning landmines. In 
December 1997, the  treaty was signed, with the  support of 122 countries. In 
five years, Jody Williams and the ICBL have achieved their goal of introducing 
a landmine ban.  The Norwegian Nobel Prize Committee awarded Williams and the 
ICBL the Nobel Peace Prize in the same year.
To date, more than 156 countries have signed the landmine ban treaty.
51. Which of the following is not true according to the passage?
   A. Jody Williams served during the war in Vietnam.
   B. Bobby Muller put forward the idea of banning landmines.
   C. Jody Williams is 62 years old now.
   D. 122 countries signed the landmine ban treaty in 1997.
52. Jody Williams' book is about ________.
   A. how to reduce the bad effects of l andmines
   B. what the possible bad effects of landmines are 
   C. how much it costs to remove the hidden landmines
   D. what the government can do to remove the hidden landmines
53. An international treaty banning landmines was made in ________.
   A. 1991   B. 1992   C. 1996   D. 1997
54. What's the correct order of the following events?
   a. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) was officially set up?
   b. Bobby Muller called Williams to tell about his great idea.
   c. Over 156 countries signed the landmine ban treaty.
   d. Jody Williams received the Nobel Peace Prize.
   A. badc   B. abcd   C. bdac   D. acbd
                                       
                                      D
He slept in my arms last night, with his little head on my shoulder. I stayed 
awake listening to his breathing. He smiled in his sleep, and I wondered what 
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could be funny to a one-year-old baby. I could sense the safety he felt.
However, my home  life is completely different from the  scene that greets me 
each morning at work. As a lawyer at Eastlake Juvenile Court, I always see kids 
that society has labeled the worst of the worst, the “thief”, the “robber”, 
the list goes  on. But they are still children. As I  sit across from them, I 
have a chance to talk to them about their lives, their homes, and their dreams. 
I sit through tears, I sit through anger, but mostly I sit through hurt. I see 
their parents, most of whom sit in the hallways day after day wanting to take 
their kids home. I also see mothers and fathers that come to the court ready to 
walk away from their children forever. Each day I see hope destroyed.
Every day when I  go home, I hold my children tightly in  my arms and say “I 
love you”  over and over again. I  live in two worlds, one of promise, one of 
tragedy. No matter what they are accused of, what crimes they have carried out 
and what society thinks of them, they are our children and our future.
55.  The  author mentions  her son  in  Paragraph 1  main ly to  tell readers 
_________.
   A. her son is lovely       B. it's hard to raise a child
   C. what leads children to break laws
   D. children should be taken good care of
56. The underlined word “labeled” in Paragraph 2 can best be replaced by ____.
   A. described   B. praised   C. chosen   D. designed
57. What's the author's attitude towards the children who break laws.
   A. Relaxed.    B. Angry    C. Hopeful.   D. Doubtful.

IV 短文填词
Though my father is now in his late forties, he looks
young for his a______. He is very strict with me, especially      58.________
in my studies. B______ I know he loves me deeply in his        59.________
heart. I remember that once I f_______ to do well in my math    60.________
exam. I was afraid that ______ would make my father angry     61.________
and ________(失望). To my surprise, he said I had tried my best  62._________
and offered me a few words to ______(鼓励)me. He told me   63.__   _______
that there is no _____(需要)to feel bad about one or two      64.________
failures and the most i_____ thing is to learn something from     65.________
failure and never give _____. Today is Father's Day and I        66.________
want to say thank you _____ my father.                      67.________

V 书面表达
北京师范大学著名教授于丹将受邀来你校讲学。请根据以下信息给你校英语报写一篇关于
她的介绍,以便让同学们更多地了解她。
于丹在中央电视台的电视讲座让人们了解了博大精深的中国古代文化;
她的语言风趣,幽默,深受很多人的喜欢;
受父亲的影响,她从小就很喜欢中国文学;
她不仅讲课生动,有趣,而且还是一名出版了许多书的作家。
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注意:
1.可适当增加细节, 以使行文连贯。
2.词数:100    左右。


 
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