Module 2 No Drugs 同步练习
卷别 第 I 题号 试题类型 听力理解 考查知识点分 布 考查形式 听力选择题 考查学生对基 础知识的灵活 运用和交际的 能力。 涉及的知识点： 本课词汇的灵 活运用； 定语从 句；责任、义务 词汇的考查 选择题 根据故事情节 推理选词 运用略读、找 读、 跳读和猜词 等阅
读策略获 取或预测文章 的信息， 并利用 联想、 推理和归 纳手段分析和 解决问题。 根据句意使用 适当的单词完 成句子。 根据要求修改 文中出现的错 误 考查语言的综 合运用能力 选择题 试题数及分值 10 小题 （15 分）
15 小题 （15 分） 20 小题 （20 分）
III 卷 第 IV
20 小题 （40 分）
10 小题 （20 分）
V II IV 卷
10 个错误（ 10 分） （30 分）
2.试题（总分 150 分）
一卷 Ⅰ.听力 听下面 5 段对话，回答第 1~5 题。 1.When did Tom hurt his leg? A. At nine yesterday morning. B. At nine yesterday evening. C. At nine this morning. 2.What would John probably do that night? A. Go to see a film. B. Go out with the lady. C. Watch TV. 3.What subject does Mr. Green teach? A. Chemistry. B. Biology. C. Physics.
4.Why do people like Betty? A. Because she is clever. B. Because she’s polite. C. Because she studies hard. 5.Who was hurt? A. The driver. B. The woman. C. No one. 听下面一段对话，回答第 6~7 题。 6.Where are the man and the woman? A. In the city. B. In the park. C. At home. 7.What does the man go to the park to do? A. To enjoy the fresh air. B. To do morning exercise. C. To see the city museum.听 下面一段独白，回答第 8~10 题。 8.In the rich part, a lot of people ________________. A. eat much in order to get fat B. never get enough to eat C. have to do something to keep them form getting fat 9.One of the problems to be solved in the poor countries is that________________. A. water must be made clean B. the poor land must be improved C. air must be cleaned 10.Which of the following is a problem of rich countries? A. People get fatter and fatter. B. Pollution becomes very serious. C. People can’t be well educated. Ⅱ.单项填空 11.More than one thousand people ________________SARS in the last three months. A. were died of B. have died of C. died from D. have died 12.She________________ me to learn English. A. offered help B. offered helping C. offered helped D. offered to help 13.The police found that the house ________________and a lot of things ________________. A. has broken into; has been stolen B. had broken into; had been stolen C. has been broken into; stolen D. had been broken into; stolen 14.________________when Marx was in his fifties, he began to learn Russian. A. In 1870s B. In 1870’s C. In the 1870’s D. In his 1870’s 15.Children at the beginning of this century ________a lot and enjoyed themselves greatly even without television. A. used to read B. were used to read C. were used to reading D. used to reading 16.Let Harry play your toys as well, Clare—you must learn to ___________. A. support B. care C. spare D. share 17.Although I haven’t seen Julia for over twenty years, I don’t think I will have trouble ________________her at the airport. A. remembering B. knowing C. realizing D. recognizing 18.They are ______.We ought to give them a hand. A. dangerous B. in danger C. in the danger D. in the trouble 19.We agreed_________ here but so far she hasn’t turned up yet.
A. having met B. meeting C. to meet D. to have met 20.He was _______in the traffic accident. A. wounded B. injured C. destroyed D. damaged 21.The _________why Alice didn’t turn up was not made clear. A. cause B. truth C. reason D. matter 22.—This ship is _____ at four, isn’t it? —Yes. Shall we meet our guests at the harbor? A. probable to arrive B. possible to arrive C. likely to arrive D. likely to leave 23.He is the only one of the students who ________ a winner of scholarship for three years. A. is B. are C. have been D. has been 24.The bell_____ the end of the period rang, ______ our heated discussion. A. indicating; interrupting B. indicated; interrupting C. indicating; interrupted D. indicated; interrupted 25.Naturally,after I told her what to do, my daughter________________ go and do the opposite! A. may B. can C. must D. should Ⅲ.完形填空 Some air companies give small presents to their passengers. One day a businessman was __26__ in an aeroplane, __27__ he remembered that he had promised to get some toy wings(飞机 驾驶合格徽章),like the ones which __28__ wear, for his children. When the air-hostess came round to ask each passenger whether he wanted something to __29__ before supper, the businessman asked her whether she had __30__ of the toy wings. “__31__,sir,” she answered. “I’m going to bring the passengers their supper soon, but __32__ that, I’ll bring you the wings.” Although it was a stormy day, the businessman __33__ his supper, but he noticed that the man in the __34__ in front of him was feeling __35__ and that he didn’t eat any of his supper. The businessman felt sorry for him. After the passengers had __36__ supper, the air-hostess came and took their trays(盘子) away and then she __37__ the wings for the businessman’s children, so she went to the box which the presents were __38__ in and took some out. But she had forgotten __39__ passenger had asked for the wings. She knew in which __40__ of the plane he was, but she thought that __41__ was the man in front of the businessman, the __42__ man who was feeling sick. The air-hostess now __43__ at the man’s seat and asked him whether he was the gentleman who had wanted the wings. The man looked up at her with __44__ eyes. Then he looked out of the window at the threatening clouds which __45__ the aeroplane and said, “No, I did not ask for wings. Are you going to need them?” 26.A.serving B. thinking C. travelling D. reading 27.A.suddenly B. then C. finally D. when 28.A.pilots B. air-hostess C. drivers D. astronauts 29.A.eat B. introduce C. drink D. choose 30.A.some B. few C. many D. any 31.A.No B. Yes C. Oh D. Pardon 32.A.expect B. besides C. after D. including 33.A.enjoyed B. cooled C. bought D. prepared 34.A.stool B. sofa C. bench D. seat 35.A.angry B. nervous C. ill D. anxious 36.A.finished B. completed C. solved D. passed
37.A.forgot 38.A.hid 39.A.what 40.A.beds 41.A.it 42.A.poor 43.A.turned 44.A.kind 45.A.covered Ⅳ.阅读理解
B. brought C. remembered B. kept C. piled B. which C. whose B. seat C. body B. that C. he B. ill C. bad B. arrived C. cheered B. funny C. satisfied B. prevented C. surrounded
D. thought D. held D. where D. part D. this D. shy D. started D. frightened D. delayed
A GENEVA—“The use of stimulants(兴奋剂) or drugs is increasing and something must be done about it.”the World Health Organization(WHO) said on Friday.“In the 1970s the international focus(焦点) was on the heroin(海洛因);in the 1980s the focus was on cocaine(可卡因).Now in the 1990s we are becoming frightened by the rapid increase in amphetamine—type(安非他明类) stimulants, not only in the rich countries of the world but the whole world,”said the official of WHO. “Amphetamines are often used by the workers, such as long-distance truck drivers, to increase endurance(耐久力) or delay sleep,”the official said. “About 1 to 3 percent of the population of the world use amphetamine,”experts said. In Britain, among young people between ages 16 and 19,fourteen percent of them have used amphetamines. “In Korea, Japan, Denmark, Philippines and Australia, amphetamines are more widely used than heroin or cocaine,” a reporter said. The problem is also wide spread in the United States, Western and Eastern Europe. 46.In which column can this passage appear in a newspaper? A. Science Report. B. Today’s World. C. People’s Life. D. World Organization. 47.From what the official said, we can guess that ________________. A. as time goes on, the international focus is changing B. amphetamine is more valuable than cocaine C. the poorer a country is, the more serious the problem is D. the older a person is, the more he uses amphetamine 48.Which of the following is true? A. People in Britain never use heroin. B. Truck drivers don’t know how to use heroin. C. Amphetamine is made of cocaine. D. The problem of using drugs becomes more serious. 49.WHO ________________. A. pays no attention to the use of stimulants B. thinks the problem is serious C. only cares for rich people D. only worries about the truck drivers B The fighting against youth smoking Since I took office I’ve done everything in my power to protect our children from harm. We’ve worked to make their streets and their schools safer, to give them something positive to do after school and before their parents get home. We’ve worked to teach our children that drugs are dangerous, illegal and wrong. Today, I want to talk to you about the historic opportunity we now have to protect our nation’s children from an even more deadly threat: smoking. Smoking kills more people every day than AIDS, alcohol, car accidents, murders, suicides, drugs and fires
combined. Nearly 90 percent of those smokers lit their first cigarette before they turned 18.Consider this:3 000 children start to smoke every day illegally, and 1 000 of them will die sooner because of it. This is a national tragedy that every American should be honor-bound to help prevent. For more than five years we’ve worked to stop our children from smoking before they start, launching a nationwide campaign to educate them about the dangers of smoking, to reduce their access to tobacco products, and to severely restrict tobacco companies from advertising to young people. If we do these, we’ll cut teen smoking by almost half over the next five years. That means if we act now, we have it in our power to stop 3 million children from smoking and to save a million lives as a result. 50. What has the author done in his power? A. To look after our children. B. To clean the street. C. To teach our children. D. To protect our children from harm. 51.Compared with other disasters, what kills more people every day? A. Smoking. B. Car accidents. C. Drugs. D. Murders. 52.How many children start to smoke every day illegally? A.1 000. B.3 000. C.90. D.18. 53.For more than five years what have they done to stop their children from smoking? A. To educate them about the dangers of smoking. B. To reduce their access to tobacco products. C. To restrict tobacco companies from advertising to young people. D. Above of all. 54.How many children will be stopped from smoking if we act now? A. one million. B.1.5 million. C.3 million. D.3 000.
C The American cigarette companies are worried that the anti-smoking campaign(运动) is catching fire and the U.S. government may issue(发布) stronger regulations about the use of tobacco. Many governments and private buildings have “No Smoking” regulations(规则).In airplanes, on trains and at cinemas, Golf courses are seriously thinking of keeping out smokers, so are schools, shopping malls and even football fields. So where do people go to fill their lungs with nicotine? The government is working on it. One suggestion is that the government set aside a piece of land somewhere in the United States where smokers could go when they want a cigarette. Yellow Stone Park has been on the list, but many people don’t agree because they fear that second-hand smoking would make the bears there sick. The Mojave Desert in California is also being studied, and so are Las Vegas Casinos(拉斯维加斯赌场). The smokers were not too nervous about the government idea. They say they are not going to California just to light up. They have a right to smoke at home. To make life more pleasant for those who find it hard to give up smoking, the government is seriously thinking of getting somewhere for the smokers. The officials in the government say they realize that they are bringing trouble to people by making them go so far away to blow smoke rings. But they just had to do this or to ban(禁止) smoking in the entire country. Once everyone gets used to the idea, all will be better off soon. The tobacco companies are fighting the idea like mad. They say nobody has proved that cigarettes are bad for you. They say as a matter of fact, the doctors have proved that a cigarette saved a person’s life
after that person was shot. Other places under consideration are: the cold areas in Alaska, the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and the Whitewater River in Arkansas. 55.Smokers in the U.S. ________________ to light a cigarette now. A. find nowhere B. are not so free C. have a right D. have to travel a long way 56.The smokers are not too nervous about the government banning smoking for they think _____. A. it is not a good idea B. it is still far away C. they have right to smoke anywhere D. they may smoke at home 57.The tobacco companies don’t like the idea because they ________________. A. want to save persons’ lives B. wish smokers to stay at home C. wish smokers to feel easy D. want to improve their cigarettes 58.Which is right about the writer’s opinion according to the passage? A. He thinks the government should help the smokers to find a proper place. B. None of the places in the passage is proper for the smokers. C. The places are too far away for the smokers to light up their cigarettes. D. Smokers are not welcome in the U.S. D LONDON(Reuters)—Organic fruit, delivered right to the doorstep. That is what Gabriel Gold prefers, and he is willing to pay for it. If this is not possible, the 26-year old computer technician will spend the extra money at the supermarket to buy organic food. “Organic produce is always better.”Gold said.“The food is free of pesticides(农药),and you are generally supporting family farms instead of large farms. And more often than that it is locally(本地)grown and seasonal, so it is more tasty.” Gold is one of the growing number of shoppers buying into the organic trend, and supermarkets across Britain are counting on more like him as they grow their organic food business. But how many shoppers really know what they are getting, and why are they willing to pay a higher price for organic produce? Market research shows that Gold and others who buy organic food can generally give clear reasons for their preferences—but their knowledge of organic food is far from completing. For example, amounts of pesticides can be used on organic products. And about three quarters of organic food in Britain is not local but imported(进口)to meet growing demand.“The demand for organic food is increasing by about one third every year, so it is a very fast-growing market,”said Sue Hock, a specialist in this line of business. 59.More and more people in Britain are buying organic food because________________. A. they are getting richer B. they can get the food anywhere C. they consider the food free of pollution D. they like home-grown fruit 60.Which of the following statements is true to the facts about most organic produce sold in Britain? A. It grows indoors all year round. B. It is produced outside Britain. C. It is grown on family farms. D. It is produced on large farms. 61.What is the meaning of “the organic trend” as the words are used in the text? A. Growing interesting in organic food. B. Better quality of organic food. C. Rising market for organic food. D. Higher prices of organic food. 62.What is the best title for this news story? A. Organic Food—Healthy, or Just for the Wealthy?
B. The Making of Organic Food in Britain. C. Organic Food—to Import or Not? D. Good Qualities of Organic Food. E Faye Wong Faye Wong(Wang Fei ) is set to finally release her long-awaited new Mandarin album(国语 专辑). “Future Love” is Wong’s debut(首次演出) album for Sony, and is set to launch a spectacular(惊人的) attack on the charts by the Beijing-born star. Wong could not have picked a better time to release her new record. She won the title of Asia’s best female singer at the CCTV-MTV awards—in spite of not having had a new record for two years. Born in Beijing, Wong moved to Hong Kong at the age of 18 and released her first album, the gold-selling “Wang Jingwen”the following year. “Coming Home” though, was the album that shot her to stardom(明星地位)—several of its songs becoming big hits, notably(著名的) “Fragile Woman” (Rong Yi Shou Shang de Nü Ren). Wong’s charm lies not only in her artistic talent(艺术家的 才能),but in her in-and-cool style.“She is just to different—her voice, her manner of dressing and her persistence(坚持) in her own way of life,”says Xiao Liao, one of Wong’s fans,“she is now more a pop-culture idol( 偶像 ) than a talented singer. ” Wong is indeed a unique( 独特 的),down-to-earth(朴实的) idol.“I’m lazy and I smoke,”she says,“I’m a straightforward(坦 率) person and often offend(冒犯) people. I throw my temper around. I’m not motivated(有积极 性的),and I’m always thinking of holidays. I’m not an idol, so please don’t treat me as one!” 63.Faye Wong achieved success as a singer with her album ________________. A.“Future Love” B.“Wang Jingwen” C.“Coming Home” D.“Fragile Woman” 64.Which of the following statements is NOT true? A.“Future Love” is her first album since Faye Wong signed up Sony. B. Faye Wong moved to Hong Kong at the age of 18 and released her first album, the gold-selling “Wang Jingwen”. C. With “Coming Home” Faye Wong made a big success in her career. D. Her Fans regard Faye Wong as a pop-culture idol. 65.Which of the following doesn’t describe Faye Wong? A. She is frank. B. She often offends people. C. She is talented. D. She is warmhearted. 二卷 Ⅴ.语境填词 66.I ________________ (意见不一致) with him as to what we ought to do. 67.There are too many ________________ (分心的事) to work properly. 68.Electric current is often ________________ (强有力的) enough to kill. 69.It’s none of my business. That is to say, I have no ________________(关联) with it. 70.On seeing him, I ________(认出) him, though we haven’ t seen each other for almost 30 years. 71.He is in great d_______ of losing all his money if he continues to buy useless objects. 72.It’s i_________ to carry guns without permission. 73.The city declared a b__ on smoking in theaters. 74.Even though he knows smoking a________ health, he continues. 75.He won’t r_____________ the rent of our house.
Ⅵ.短文改错 A lot of seagulls often flew to an airport 76.___________ in England and keep flying about over it. In 77.___________ order to make planes take off and fly safe, 78.___________ the guards of the airport tried different way 79.____________ to drive the seagulls away, but they failed. A day an English girl 80.____________ singer naming Jane came to the airport and 81.____________ sang by chance. Suddenly the seagulls were disappeared because they 82.____________ afraid of Jane’s voice and flew away. 83.____________ That was said that other singers had also 84.____________ been asked to sing there and the seagulls 85._____________ were not afraid. Only Jane’s could work. Ⅶ.书面表达 上周你校同学举行了一场英语辩论会。辩论的题目是“是否应该发展小汽车生产？”参加辩 论的 A 组和 B 组同学的意见截然不同。请根据下表所提供的信息，给某杂志社写一篇词数 100 左右的英语稿件，客观地介绍辩论的情况。 A 组的意见：1.应大力发展小汽车 2.给人们带来许多方便 3.创造就业机会 4.增强经济实力 B 组的意见：1.应限制小汽车的发展 2.大量的小汽车会造成交通堵塞 3.造成空气污染 4. 应大力发展公共交通 参考词汇：经济 economy 辩论 debate Module 2 No Drugs 同步练习答案 I．听力理解：1-10.CCABC BBCBB II. 单项选择：11—25. BDDCA DDBCB CCDAC III. 完形填空：26-45: CDACD BCADC ACBBD AABDC IV. 阅读理解：46-65. BADB DABDC BDCD CBAA CBD Ⅴ.语境填词 66. Disagree 67. distractions 68. powerful 69. connection 70. recognized 71. danger 72. illegal 73. ban 74. affects 75. reduce Ⅵ.短文改错 76. √ 77.keep → kept 78.safe → safely 79.way → ways 80.A → One 81.naming → named 82.were disappeared → disappeared 83.afraid → were afraid 84.That → It 85.and→but Ⅶ.书面表达 Last week, we had a debate about whether we should develop car industry. During the debate, Group A argued we should develop cars, as they could bring great convenience to people, create more jobs and thus greatly strengthen economy. Group B, however, thought the government should limit the number of cars, since most roads are too crowded. Too many cars, they said, would certainly cause traffic jams. Besides, cars would send off a large amount of waste gas, which leads to air pollution. They believed that public transportation, such as buses and subways, should greatly be encouraged.