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人教高中英语必修7 Unit 5 TOPIC READING试题


Book 7

Unit 5

Travelling abroad

第二部分: 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 45 分) 第一节:单项填空(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21. —Are you going to attend the a

cademic lecture to-morrow? —_____. I might have to pick my uncle up at the airport. A. No problem C. No way B. It all depends D. It sounds great

22. I think if you want Sara to make _____ apology to your brother, it is out of _____ question — she is so stubborn. A. an; 不填 C. 不填; the B. an; the D. 不填; 不填

23. The doctor strongly recommended that Mr. Bush _____ on at once. A. operated C. be operated B. was operated D. operate

24. It is more than 200 years _____ the draft of the Declaration of Independence was made in 1776. A. since B. before C. when D. while

25. It was the first time Mary _____ such a big opening ceremony. A. has attended C. had attended B. attended D. should attend

26. Larry cannot escape from being punished, because we have _____ proof of his guilt. A. absurd C. awful B. academic D. abundant

27. Today Bob contradicted Ms. Li, our math teacher, in class, _____ made her angry with him. A. that B. which C. what D. who

28. —Julia, why did you leave halfway last night?

—Because I had little to share with the other wealthy guests; I didn’t _____ them. A. fit in with C. agree with B. put up with D. meet with

29. A study found keeping the mind _____ with tasks, no matter how meaningless, prevents negative emo-tions. A. having occupied C. occupied B. having been occupied D. being occupied

30. Jim will do a great job since he has got all the right _____. A. routines C. donations B. qualifications D. targets

31. Our family moved again last year, not long after my body _____ to changes in temperature. A. had adjusted C. has adjusted B. had been adjusted D. has been adjusted

32. Young George refused to acknowledge _____ he had done hurt his parents’ feelings. A. which B. what C. that D. who

33. Linda _____ her tired mother by putting her feet in hot water. A. governed C. required B. abandoned D. comforted

34. —Are you tired of doing the same work day in and day out? —Yes. I must say that never before _____ that way. A. I felt C. did I feel B. I have felt D. have I felt

35. —Please be seated, young lady. _____, what did you work as? —Well, in fact I just graduated from Northwest University last month. A. Above all C. After all B. First of all D. All in all

第二节:完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 30 分)

阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出可 以填入空白处的最佳选项。 One day a crane stood on the bank of a pool with a sad look on his face. A crab (蟹) noticed the bird and asked: “The pool is full of 36 . Why do you stand there as if you have 37 the thought of eating?” “I am 38 ,” said the crane. “Because I

heard the fishermen say they will pick up every fish in the pool tomorrow. I shall have nothing to 39 when that happens. I am now prepared to die of 40 .”

The fishes in the pool heard what the crane said, and they said to each other in 41 , “Since he and we have a 42 enemy, perhaps the wise crane can advise us 43 themselves. “There is only 45 it is too late. I know a

what to do.” So they asked the crane how they may

one 44 ,” said the crane. “You must get to another pool pool nearby. Let me carry you there.” The fishes must 47 46

among themselves and said: “Since we can’t save ourselves, we 48 them to the pool. The

with the crane.” They agreed to let the crane

49 crane took the fishes to a spot nearby, where he ate them. He returned for more, 50 that all the others were safe in another pool. Finally all the fishes were for I 52 51 , and the crab said: “Sir, take me also to that pool,

to be with the fishes.” The crane carried him to the spot where he had 53 on the ground, he thought to himself:

eaten the fishes. When the crab saw the “I am cheated! Yet when the wise are even if there is no 55

54 , they will die fighting instead of giving up,

of saving them-selves.” Then the crab fastened his claws

upon the crane’s throat and tore at it until the crane died. 36. A. weed B. shells C. sand D. fishes

37. A. learned about B. spoken out 38. A. confused 39. A. deal with 40. A. violence 41. A. sorrow 42. A. common 43. A. enjoy B. careless B. live on B. coldness B. order B. new B. save

C. brought back D. given up C. sad C. take up C. hunger C. relief C. special C. improve D. surprised D. find out D. illness D. return D. smart D. change

44. A. fisherman 45. A. before 46. A. complained 47. A. play 48. A. transport 49. A. helpful 50. A. reporting 51. A. worried 52. A. agree 53. A. treasures 54. A. discovered 55. A. need

B. way B. if B. argued B. compare B. invite B. greedy B. believing B. gone B. decide B. holes B. respected B. intention

C. friend C. unless C. explained C. meet C. follow C. curious C. thinking C. disturbed C. wish C. bones C. forgotten C. doubt

D. problem D. though D. discussed D. cooperate D. introduce D. tired D. imagining D. bored D. regret D. cranes D. attacked D. hope

第三部分: 阅读理解(共两节,满分 40 分) 第一节(共 15 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 30 分) 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A★ A German shepherd dog in Alaska has been given a hero’s award for saving his owner’s house from a fire. Buddy guided a team of firefighters through winding (迂回 的) roads to his owner’s house in a lonely area. That day, his owner Ben Heinrichs was working on his truck inside his garage when a spark (火星) caused some fuel to catch fire. He managed to run outside, closing the door to stop the fire from spreading, and rolled in the snow to put out the flames on his clothes. But he suddenly remembered the dog was still in the workshop and ran back to fetch him. While Buddy escaped uninjured, his owner suffered burns on his face and second-degree burns on his left hand. The dog ran off after his master said he needed help. He was found on a road by the firefighters who had been alerted to the fire but had got lost. As the firefighters were about to turn down the wrong road, they caught sight of Buddy who made eye contact with them and raced ahead down the right road, often turning round to check they were behind him. The dog’s quick reaction showed the firefighters that the

family’s home was in danger. So the firefighters followed him. Thanks to him, the firefighters rushed there quickly and the family was saved. “Buddy recognized the severity (严重性) of the situation and acted bravely in getting help for his family,” officer Holloway said at a ceremony to honor the dog. Buddy, whose brave deed was recorded on a police car’s video, was given a smart dog bowl as a reward. Ben said he knew Buddy was clever even when Buddy was only six weeks old five years ago and added that Buddy was brave too, having twice driven bears away when he was fishing. 56. Ben closed the door of the garage because he wanted to stop _____. A. the fuel outside the garage from catching fire B. the snow from blowing into the garage C. the fire from spreading out of the garage D. the dog from getting into the garage 57. We can infer from the text that Buddy _____. A. hurried to the police station B. knew whom he could turn to C. waited for the firefighters on a road D. suffered second-degree burns in the fire 58. According to the text, Buddy’s brave deed _____. A. was recorded on a TV station’s video B. was doubted by officer Holloway C. won himself a smart dog bowl D. saved a team of firefighters 59. From the text we learn that _____. A. Buddy loved to chase bears B. Ben Heinrichs was a German C. Buddy was a four-year-old dog D. Ben Heinrichs’ house was hard to find

B★ ★ No matter what your age or style, MNA (Museum of Northern Arizona) Education Programs have a program to fit your desires. Stay close to home and enjoy the following: MNA Ventures The MNA Ventures (冒险) program offers opportunities to discover and explore the Colorado Plateau — 130,000 square miles of mountains and canyons (峡谷) centered in the Four Corners area of Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico. Discovery Programs The Discovery Programs offer educational experiences that emphasize (强调) the artistic traditions, natural sciences, Native American culture, and history of the Colorado Plateau. A variety of program choices provide fun learning opportunities for students of all ages and interests. Programs range in length from half-day classes to week-long classes, and offer experiences for three-year-olds to adults. Discovery classes take place mainly in the Museum grounds but may include field trips to go with the experience. Custom Tours The Museum of Northern Arizona’s Custom Tours offer opportunities to discover and explore the wonders of the Colorado Plateau. Experience the rich natural

wonders and cultures of this area through experts’ eyes by traveling with scientists, writers, artists, and professional guides. Group Exhibit Tours There are self-guided programs for the archaeology (考古学) of the Colorado Plateau, Native American culture, and the geology and biology of the Colorado Plateau. 60. According to the text, the Colorado Plateau _____. A. is an area without much culture B. is mainly made up of grasslands C. ranges over at least four states D. has a history of 130,000 years

61. Which of the following is TRUE about Discovery Programs? A. There are classes at varying times. B. They are intended for art students. C. They are mainly for teenage students. D. The activities are held in the museum. 62. If you want to be guided by experts, you should attend _____. A. Group Exhibit Tours C. Discovery Programs B. MNA Ventures D. Custom Tours

63. Which part of a website is the text probably taken from? A. Business. C. Travel. B. History. D. Science.

C★ ★ ★ Cancer-killing X-rays, nuclear threat detection and a new type of plastic out of fish scales (鱼鳞) were behind the projects that took top awards at the 2011 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. In addition to those top winners, hundreds of students took over $4 million in awards and prizes home from the awards ceremony. The weeklong science competition, a program of Society for Science & the Public, drew over 1,500 students from all over the world. “Your innovation will help our global community transition (过渡) to sustainable (可持续的) energy sources, decrease the impact of national disasters and lead to new ways of preventing and treating disease,” Society for Science & the Public president and Science News publisher Elizabeth Marincola told the winners at the awards ceremony. “Congratulations to each one of you.” The top prize of $75,000, the Gordon E. Moore Award went to two California high school seniors who invented a way to fry cancer cells — cancer-killing X-rays. Mattew Feddersen, 17, and Blake Marggraff, 18, said, “When hit with X-rays, the tin produced secondary radiation that could kill more cells than X-rays alone would.” Three Thai students won Intel’s Young Scientist Award, which comes with $50,000, for designing a new type of plastic out of fish scales. Another winner of

Intel’s Young Scientist Award is Taylor Wilson, 17, who created a sensitive, low-cost way to detect nuclear material. Wilson’s work receives funding from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. “It feels amazing,” Wilson said right after he won the award. “Science is really cool, and you can change the world.” Seventeen students took home Intel Best of Category awards in classes ranging from Animal Science to Energy and Transportation. Best of Category awards come with $5,000 to the student, $1,000 to his or her school and $1,000 to the science fair where the work was first presented. 64. What does the underlined word “innovation” in Paragraph 2 mean? A. Introduction. C. Invention. B. Invitation. D. Information.

65. The Gordon E. Moore Award was given for _____. A. cancer-killing X-rays B. nuclear threat detection C. a new type of plastic out of fish scales D. transition to sustainable energy sources 66. Who won Intel’s Young Scientist Award? A. Elizabeth Marincola. B. Mattew Feddersen. C. Blake Marggraff. D. Taylor Wilson. 67. What’s the main idea of the text? A. The students’ inventions got great honor. B. The youths’ inventions really surprised people. C. Many new materials were used in the students’ inventions. D. The youths got much funding to develop their inventions.

D★ ★ In many situations, the quality of your travel experience is directly affected by your ability to understand the local language. For some travelers, the challenge of

learning a new tongue is one of the joys of travel, and as a result, they spend much of their time in conversations with local citizens. Others will find that just learning to read the most common signs and use every-day greetings is enough. No matter which view you agree with, it’s necessary to take some time to learn some of the simple phrases of the new language before you go. One way of finishing this task is by listening to the new language. A phrase book can help expand your vocabulary, but hearing the sounds of the different spoken words is an excellent activity that can be done right in the comfort of your home. You can see movies in the new language or listen to the tapes or CDs. You can also download some listening material from the Internet. Just spending 15 minutes a night will improve your language skills. When you arrive in the new land, begin by greeting new friends in their own tongue. This may come easy or it could take some time to learn, but it’s interesting. If you can’t do this, then it means that you will need more practice and patience to learn these very important words. You can go out during the day and begin one-on-one conversations with shop owners, business-men and taxi drivers. This should not be done until you have learned some of the most common phrases, but once you begin to go shopping in a second language your communication skills will start to improve rapidly. You can also watch the local TV or listen to the local radio. For example,

the advertisements will help you recognize the correct pronunciation of local street names. 68. What’s the text mainly about? A. How important it is to learn a new language. B. How to learn a new language during travel. C. How to enjoy oneself during travel. D. How to prepare for travel. 69. One should start one-on-one conversations with the local people _____. A. as soon as he arrives in the place he is visiting B. after he has seen many movies in the local tongue C. when he has learned some of the most common phrases

D. after he has mastered enough vocabulary to go shopping 70. According to the author, the local advertisements can help travelers _____. A. learn more about local business B. understand the local people’s dialogues C. improve communication skills more rapidly D. know the right pronunciation of the street names 第二节(共 5 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 10 分) 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项。选项中有 两项为多余选项。 Symbol of friendship Friendship is a wonderful thing to have no matter how old you are. However, it is important for teens and young adults to provide conversation, support and so much more as friends. friendly relationship. 72 One of the symbols of a wonderful relationship between friends is easy conversation. When you can talk about almost anything, you are sure to be true friends. When the conversation flows easily from one topic to another, this can be a symbol of friendship as well. Able to have fun 73 No matter what you are doing, you can have a fun experience so long as 71 Actually, there are a few things that symbolize (象征) a

you are with your friend. This is one of the best parts of friendship. Support all the time If your friends know they can call you anytime and you will be there for them, then this symbolizes friendship. Attentive (专心的) listening by both individuals If you find that you listen closely to what your friend says and they do the same for you, this is another symbol of friendship. Share laughter and tears Another symbol of friendship is the ability to share both laughter and tears. A 74

friend is someone with whom you can laugh and cry over anything. A. Get together B. Easy conversation C. Teenagers always have difficulty in making friends. D. A true friend is someone you can have a great time with. E. You feel comfortable with this person to share your special feelings.

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F. If you are trying to make friends, you may be wondering what symbolizes friendship. G. True friends listen closely to each other and understand what the other person is saying. [参考答案] 21-25 BBCAC 31-35 ABDDB 41-45 AABBA 51-55 BCCDD 61-65 ADCCA 71-75 FBDGE 76. ... can store informations ... 77. ... similar with how ... 78. That is the ability ... 79. ... remember which has just ... 80. ... we will be able ... 81. ... communicate with ... 82. ... brain made up of ... 83. ... all parts of the brain ... 84. ... activities that involves ... 85. ... write and talking ... One possible version: Dear Mr. and Mrs. Richard, I’m now back home in China. Thank you for your help when I was in America. informations → information with → to That → It which → what able → unable 去掉 with made 前加 is all → both involves → involve write → writing 26-30 DBACB 36-40 DDCBC 46-50 DDABA 56-60 CBCDC 66-70 DABCD

I have learned a lot during the Summer Camp. Not only did I improve my spoken English rapidly, I also got much knowledge of American culture and customs. A lot of people and things have left a deep impression on me. When I first arrived in America, everything was new to me. It was your warm-heartedness that helped me fit in with life there so quickly. You were so kind to me that I felt as if I were living with my parents. I hope I’ll visit you again and you’re welcome to visit China at any time. Thanks again. Yours, Li Hua


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