Unit one 课文填空
A STUDENT OF AFRICAN WILDLIFE
It is 5:45 am and the sun is just __________(rise) over Gombe National Park in East Africa. ___________(follow) Jane
's way of studying chimps, our group are all going to visit them in the forest. Jane has studied these families of chimps for many years and helped people understand how much they _____________(举动,表现) like humans. ____________(watch) a family of chimps _____________(醒来) is our first activity of the day. This means ___________(go) back to the place ___________ we left the family ___________(sleep) in a tree the night before. Everybody sits and waits in the _________ ( 阴 凉 处 )of the trees while the family begins to wake up and______________(出发). Then we follow as they wander into the forest. Most of the time, chimps either feed __________clean each other as a way of __________(show) love in their family. Jane warns us __________ our group is going to be very tired and dirty by the afternoon and she is right. However, the evening makes it all __________(值得的). We watch the mother chimp and her babies ____________(play) in the tree. Then we see them go to sleep together in their ___________( 巢 , 窝 ) for the night. We realize that the ___________( 关 系 ) between members of a chimp family is __________________(和…一样强) in a human family. Nobody before Jane fully understood chimp_________(行为). She spent years ___________( 观察 ) and recording their daily activities. Since her _____________(童年) she had wanted to work with animals in their own environment. However, this was not easy. When she first arrived in Gombe in 1960, it was unusual for a woman ___________(live) in the forest. Only after her mother came to help her for the first few months _____ she allowed ____________(begin) her project. Her work changed the way people think about chimps. _________ example, one important thing she discovered was________ chimps hunt and eat meat. Until then everyone had thought chimps ate only fruit and nuts. She actually observed chimps as a group ___________(hunt) a monkey and then eating it. She also discovered how chimps communicate______ each other, and her study of their body language helped her __________(计算出,找到…的答案)their social system.
Unit one 课文填空
For forty years Jane Goodall has been________(坦诚) about making the rest of the world ____________(understand) and respect the life of these animals. She has __________(争辩) that wild animals should be left in the wild and not used for ____________(娱乐) or advertisements. She has helped to ________( 建 立 )special places ________ they can live safely. She is__________________(过着忙碌的生活) but she says: "________(一旦) I stop, it all comes ___________ ( 涌上心头 ) and I remember the chimps ______ laboratories. It's terrible. It affects me when I watch the wild chimps. I say to myself, 'Aren't they __________(luck)?" And then I think about small chimps in cages though they have done nothing wrong. Once you have seen that you can never forget ..." She has achieved everything she wanted to do: working with animals in their own environment, __________(gain) a doctor's degree and showing _______ women can live in the forest _______ men can. She _____________(鼓舞) those ________ want to cheer the achievements of women.