山东省新人教版高三英语测试 26 必修 6 Unit 1 Art
Part one :单选 1．The education program________combining brain work with manual labor is being widely spread throughout the country. A．to aim at C．having ai
med at B．aims at D．aimed at
2．They will start their project，________at helping the poor children to be educated in the west of China. A．aims C．being aimed B．aiming D．aimed
3．—How did you ________the old valuable house? —It used to be________my uncle.He left it to me in his will. A．take possession of；in possession of B．take the possession of；in the possession of C．take possession of；in the possession of D．take the possession of；in possession of 4．Of the two paintings，Mr.Black chose the cheaper one out of ________，though it was not the work of a famous painter. A．possession C．adjustment B．technique D．preference
5. The present situation is very complex，so I think it will take me some time to ________its reality. A．make up C．look through B．figure out D．put off
6. —How did you like Nick’s performance last night? —To be honest，his singing didn’t ________to me much. A．appeal C．refer B．belong D．occur
7. I recognized her as soon as I met her at the airport though we hadn’t seen each other for ages and she had changed________. A．a large amount C．a great deal B．a great many D. a lot of
8. We will have to work________faster in order to complete our task on time. A．a great deal of C．a great many of B．a great deal D．a great many
9.________work has been done to improve the people’s living standard. A．Many C．A great deal of B．A great many D．A large number of
10．I would like a job which pays more，but ________I enjoy the work I’m doing at the moment. A．in other words C．for one thing B．on the other hand D．as a matter of fact
11.After graduating from college， I took some time off to go travelling， ________turned out to be a wise decision. A．that C．when B．which D．where
12. —Let’s go Dutch for this supper，OK? —No，________this time，as a reward for all your help. A．it’s up to you C．let’s talk about it B．it’s my treat D．it doesn’t matter
13. The good thing about children is that they______ very easily to new environments. A．adapt C．attach B．appeal D．apply
14. Now a lot of new technologies can ________ problems in industry. A．be applied to solve C．apply to solve B．be applied to solving D．apply to solving
15. —Does he know which team wins? —No，it makes no________to him which team wins，because he doesn’t care about it at all. A．different C．attention B．difference D．excuse
16. The little boy won’t go to sleep________his mother tells him a story. A．or C．but B．unless D．whether
17. It is known to all that________you exercise regularly，you won’t keep good health.
18. She opened her eyes with a start and was about to cry out ________ she heard her father urgently telling her to keep quiet. A．while C．before B．when D．after
19. —Where’s that report? —I brought it to you________you were in Mr Black’s office yesterday. A．if C．because B．when D．before
20．—I’ll do the washing?up.Jack，would you please do the floors? —________. A．Yes，please C．Yes，sure B．No，I don’t D．No，not at all
21．—Do you know if Linda is willing to take charge of the program? —________，does it? A．It takes no time C．It doesn’t hurt to ask 22.—________？ —That would be great！Please drop me off at the library. A．Could you bring me the bill B．Would you like me to give you a lift C．Could you tell me the postcode for Paris D．Would you like to have my e-mail address 23.—Excuse me，I wonder if you can help me? —Sure.________？ A．What help C．What is it B．What is this D．What do you want B．It counts for nothing D．It doesn’t make sense
24．—Professor Johnson，I’m afraid I can’t finish the report within this week. —________.How about next week? A．Good for you B．It won’t bother me
C．Not at all
25.The global warming，if not properly________，might lead to more natural disasters. A．was controlled C．to control Part two :完型填空 Terry was a middle-aged leather trader whose repeated failure in career made him a depressed man, often __26_ that he had been cheated by others. One day he told his wife he was so __27__ with the city that he had to leave. So his family moved to another city. It was the evening of a weekend. When Terry and his wife were busily _28_ up their new home, the light suddenly __29_. Terry was regretful to have forgotten to bring along 30__ and had to wait _31_ in a low mood. Just then he heard light, hesitant 32_ on his door that were clearly audible (听到) in the __33__ night. “Who’s it?” he wondered, since Terry was a _34__ to this city. And this was the moment he especially hated to be __35__, so he went to the door and opened it __36_. At the door was a little girl, shyly asking, “Sir, do you have candles? I’m your neighbor. ” “No,” answered Terry in anger and shut the door __37__. “What a nuisance(麻烦事)!” He complained over it with his wife. “No sooner had we settled down than the neighbor came to _38__ things.” After a while, the door was knocked again. He opened it and found the same girl outside. __39_ this time she was _40__ two candles, saying, “My grandma told me the new neighbor downstairs might need candles. She _41_ me here to give you these.” Terry was very _42__ by what he saw. At that moment he suddenly realized what caused his _43__ in life. It was his _44_ and harshness (刻薄) with other people. The person who had cheated him in life was _45__ nobody else but himself, for his eyes had been blurred (蒙蔽) by his unsympathetic mind. 26. A. complaining 27. A. pleased 28. A. looking 29 A. went on 30. A. candles 31. A. happily 32. A. steps 33. A. dark B. telling B disappointed B. turning B. went down B. matches B. patiently B. words B. quiet C. hoping D. pretending D. encouraged B．controlled D．being controlled
C. coming C. went out C. lights C. hopefully C. knocks C. noisy
D. tidying D. went through D. flashlights D. helplessly
D. screams D. crowded
34. A. newcomer 35. A. called 36. A. surprisingly 37. A. gently 38. A. lend 39. A. And 40. A. holding 41. A. suggested 42. A. frightened 43. A. failure 44. A. warmth 45. A. doubtfully Part three :阅读理解
B. stranger B. disturbed
C. guest C. watched
D. settler D. offered D. willingly
B. delightedly B. kindly B. sell
C. politely C. harness C. So
D. violently D. borrow
B. But B. hiding
D. For D. lifting D. forced D. surprised D. determination D. nearly D. sympathy (同情)
C. fetching C. sent C. puzzled C. complaint C. kindness C. actually
B. commanded B. pleased B. success B. coldness B. hardly
A篇 Although men and women have been growing crops for thousands of years, they have not always had enough to eat. Even today, many people in the world go hungry, and even die of hunger. If we are to grow enough for everybody, we have to grow more crops and better crops. Plants need the right food in order to grow. In particular, they need three chemical substances (物 质) in the soil: nitrogen (氮), phosphorus (磷) and potassium (钾). They also need smaller amounts of other chemical substances like calcium. If there is too little of any of these substances in the soil, plants can’t grow well. When a plant grows, it takes up these basic substances from the soil and builds them into itself. If we remove the plant from the soil and use it for food, we are taking some of these substances away, and this means that future plants will find less of them in the soil. In time, the soil would become too poor for plants to grow in it at all. To prevent this we must put basic substances back. One way of doing this is putting manure (肥料) on the soil. This contains the remains of plants that have been eaten, and, if we add it to the soil, we are returning some of the basic substances. In Europe and in Japan, manure from animals has for long been used in this way. Unfortunately much of the animal waste in India is used as fuel because there is not enough wood to burn. This means there is less manure for the crops. Even when we use manure, we can not put back into the soil more of the basic substances than
have been taken out. Often the soil does not have enough of them in the first place, and so we must provide extra supplies. We can use chemical fertilizers (化肥). Experiments in India have shown that, if we use a fertilizer containing a mixture of nitrogen and phosphorus, we get half as much rice again from the crops on any one piece of land.
46. According to the passage, how many methods are introduced to improve the soil? A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four.
47. The underlined word “this” (in Paragraph 4) refers to the fact that ____________. A. the soil would become too poor for plants to grow in it at all B. we are taking some substances away from the soil C. the plant takes up these essential substances from the soil D. even today many people in the world go hungry 49. To make sure that the soil has enough basic substances, people can _____________. A. remove plants from the soil B. provide the soil with extra supplies C. plant as many plants as possible D. stop planting in the soil 50. The passage is mainly about _____________. A. why more food is needed B. how to grow better crops C. the fact that people have not always enough to eat D. the essential substances that plants need B篇 After an earthquake or any similar disaster, parents and teachers need to help children overcome the effects of this frightening and sometimes devastating experience. Psychologists say that if children go through a disturbing event before the age of ten, they are three times as likely to suffer psychological problems as so teenagers. After a disaster children may become easily upset, shy, aggressive, or afraid of wind, rain, noises, or darkness. They may have trouble letting go of their parents and resist going to school or daycare. Some children may even feel guilty thinking that they somehow caused the disaster through their bad behavior. Because of such common reactions, parents and others should begin as soon after the event as possible helping these children.
Some suggestions include talking to the children about what happened, letting the children express their own feelings, spending extra time with them doing activities together and reassuring them that you love them and won't leave them. For some children expressing themselves through drawing pictures or writing can be useful. Do everything possible to help children get back to a normal routine; however, don't be afraid to "spoil" these children for a while after the disaster. Let them have extra privileges and more attention than usual. Encourage the children to grieve after a loss. It should be OK for them to cry. Caring families and friends can do much to heal children victims of disasters.
51. This passage is mainly about_______. A. how to help traumatized children to get over B. the bad effects disasters bring to children C. the psychological problems children before ten are likely to suffer D. the importance of caring families 52. According to the passage, a child who has just experienced a devastating disaster may become______. A. more mature B. less dependent C. willing to help D. ready to attack
53. Which is NOT advisable when dealing with the traumatized children? A. Allowing them freedom for some time. B. Asking them to hold their feelings. C. Encouraging them to show their grief. D. Talking them into taking care of others.
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