Module 4 Fine Arts- Western, Chinese and Pop Arts
第一卷（两部分） 第一部分：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。 1. The streets are ____ with people.
A. live B. lively C. living D. alive 2. Many people observed the thief ______ something from the lady‘s bag, but no one stop him ____ that. A. steal; to do B. to steal; doing C. stealing; do D. steal; doing 3. During his stay in China, Tom _______ a great interest in Chinese kungfu. A. invented B. developed C. made D. discovered 4. The students ______ in the exam will be strictly punished in our school. A. caught cheating B. catches cheated C. caught cheat D. catching cheating 5. Have you any difficulty in ______ the problem? A. to solve B. solved C. solving D. for solving 6. You can not _____him _____a selfish man though he looks cold. A. consider; be B. look on; to be C. think of; with D. consider; \ 7. ---What were you doing when I phoned you? ---I had just finished my homework and ______ to take a bath. A. started B. has started C. was starting D. had started 8. The chair looks rather hard, but in fact it is very comfortable to _______. A. sitting B. to sit on C. to sit D. being sat on 9. _________working all day long, he fell asleep as soon as he lay on the bed. A. Getting tired of B. Getting tired from C. To get tried of D. To get tired from 10. She didn‘t feel happy_____ in a block of apartments. She‘d rather ______ in a traditional house. A. living; to live B. living; live C. to live; living D. to live; live 11. John is fond ____ football, while his brother is crazy _____ music. A. at; for B. of; about C. with; at D. for; with 12. _____ in the dark, his head hit against a tree. A. Walking B. He was walking C. Walked D. When he was walking 13. Our teacher always says I am a ______ student. A. to promise B. promise C. promised D. promising 14. It‘s no use _______ him ______ doing that. A. to persuade; to stop B. persuading; to stop C. to persuade; stopping D. persuading; stopping 15. ----You were brave enough to say no to him.
----Well, I will never regret _____that. A. to do B. having done C. to be doing D. to have done 第二节：完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 l.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从 36－55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 Leonardo da Vinci began painting the Mona Lisa in 1503. He was working 16 a special painting for a church at that time 17 the church painting was not 18 well. An Italian business man asked da Vinci to paint a picture of his second 19 . This is the woman who 20 be seen in the Mona Lisa. All in all, the Mona Lisa is a very good example of da Vinci‘s 21 and it satisfied the husband. da Vinci used 22 and light in a clever 23 in the painting. da Vinci loved science and 24 . Right away a person can see that there is a lot of geometry in the Mona Lisa. The face of the Mona Lisa is made of many circles and 25 shapes like 26 Even her 27 can be seen as a small part of a large circle. The woman in the 28 is sitting on a balcony and 29 can be seen behind her. da Vinci loved to study rocks so these can be seen 30 in his other paintings. The woman is sitting with her knees 31 the side. Her head is turned to look out of the painting. Her hands are 32 together in front of her. This way of 33 is now used by many 34 when 35 . Leonardo da Vinci is a remarkable （非凡的）master. 16. A. up B. in C. on D. about 17. A. but B. thus C. however D. so 18. A. doing B. going C. making D. working 19. A. servant B. daughter C. nurse D. wife 20. A. must B. should C. might D. can 21. A. works B. jobs C. novels D. photos 22. A. heaviness B. black C. darkness D. oils 23. A. way B. picture C. hand D. eye 24. A. chemistry B. maths C. geography D. biology 25. A. square B. round C. long D. egg 26. A. balls B. sticks C. vases D. boxes 27. A. smile B. shout C. cry D. anger 28. A. church B. painting C .sofa D. house 29. A. trees B. buildings C. mountains D. flowers 30. A. by and by B. here and there C. over and over D. up and down 31. A. on B. by C. to D. beyond 32. A. caught B. held C. supported D. hung 33. A. painting B. living C. smiling D. sitting 34. A. women B. actresses C. girls D. models 35. A. they are being painting B. painting C. being painted D. they have painted
第三部分：阅读理解（共 20 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 40 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 COME TO NEWYORK ANDSEE THE WORLD If you‘re looking for the place that has everything, there‘s only one place to visit, and that is New York. It‘s a whole world in a city. The World of Theatre: All of New York is a stage. And it begins with Broadway. Where else can you find so many hit shows in one place? Only in New York. The World of Music: Spend an evening with Beethoven at Lincoln Centre. Swing to the great jazz of Greenwich Village. Or rock yourself silly at the hottest dance spots found anywhere. The World of Art: From Rembrandt to Picasso. From Egyptian tombs to Indian teepees. Whatever kind of art you like, you will find it in New York. The World of Fine Dining: Whether it‘s roast Beijing duck in Chinatown, lasagna in Little Italy, or the finest French coq au vin found anywhere, there is a world of great taste waiting for you in New York. The World of Sights: What other city has a Statue of Liberty? A Rockefeller Centre? Or a Bronx Zoo? 36. Which of the following program can a visitor have only in New York? A. To enjoy roast Beijing duck. B. To taste the finest French coq au vin. C. To spend an evening with Beethoven. D. To see the Statue of Liberty. 37. From the text we know that ―Rembrandt‖ is most likely the name of a famous ______. A. singer B. painting C. play D. painter 38. What the writer really wanted to do is to _____. A. try to persuade reader to pay a visit to New York B. give reader some information about New York C supply readers with some wonderful program in New York D. help readers to get a better understanding of New York. 39. The passage above may be taken from ______. A. a guidebook for foreigners B. a handbook for English learners C. a pocketbook for visiting businessmen D. a storybook for native readers. B The small unframed painting called ―Fishman‖ was signed by a little-known Italian artist, Maveleone (1669-1740). When it was sold recently in New York for $ 27,000, the seller, Mr. Oliver Pitt, was asked to explain how the picture had come into his possession. Pitt said, ―I didn‘t know it was so valuable. I‘m not an art expert. Photography is my hobby. I bought ?Fisherman‘ in Italy in 1970 for $140. The picture was dirty, and I could see the artist‘s signature. But anyway it wasn‘t the picture that I liked. I bought it because of the frame. ―it‘s a most unusual frame, made of tiny, silver sea-shells （贝壳） . They are set in
such a way that they reflect （反射）perfect light onto the surface of a picture. I now have a photograph of my wife in that frame, and I‘ll never part with it. ―When I returned to New York I showed the painting in its frame to a customs officer. I told him that I had paid $140 for it but admitted I didn‘t know its actual worth. The customs man valued it at $140, and I was asked to pay duty on that value. I did so, there and then. ―Later, I took off the frame, and that uncovered Maveleone‘s signature. My wife suggested in fun that the painting might be a valuable one; so I cleaned it and put it up for sale.‖ As a result of this explanation, Oliver Pitt had to appear in court. He was accused （指控） of knowingly making a false statement of the value of a picture so as to cheat the Customs Department. Pitt was not happy, ―I told the truth as I knew then,‖ he said. ―What else could I say?‖ And then the judge agreed with him. ―The Customs Department is responsible (to blame),‖ he said, ―for making a true valuation of goods brought into the country, so that the correct amount of duty may be charged. Mr. Pitt did not cause or try to cause the mistake that was made. He paid the duty that was demanded. If, now, the Customs Department finds that its valuation was not correct, it cannot be allowed to have another try. Pitt is not guilty(有罪).‖ 40. When Oliver Pitt bought the picture____ A. it was unframed B. Maveleone signed the deal C. he suggested that it was valuable D. it was the frame the attracted him. 41. Pitt met the customs officer ____where the officer was employed to ____. A. at the railway station or airport: examine people‘s baggage B. at the airport or port; examine people‘s baggage. C. at the bus stop or port; help people enter the USA. D. at the airport or port; help people enter The USA. 42. From the passage we can infer that if Maveleon had been a well-known artist____ A. the painting would have cost much more than $ 140 B. he wouldn‘t have sold his painting at such a low price. C. the customs officer would have valued the painting at $140 or less. D. Pitt wouldn‘t have had the intention to buy any of his paintings. 43. Pitt took off the frame in order to____ A. look for the artist‘s signature B. find the painting‘s true value C. use it for his wife‘s photograph D. clean the painting to put it up for sale 44. Which of the following statements is true to the story? In the end____ A. Pitt was asked to pay the correct amount of duty B. Pitt sold the frame of the painting at an even higher price C. the Customs Department had no right to revalue the painting.
D. Pitt‘s wife was regarded as an expert because of her wise suggestion C The modern sailing ship was developed by a man who never went to sea. He was Prince Henry of Portugal, the younger son of the Portuguese King and an English princess. Prince Henry lived in the fifteenth century. As a boy he became devoted to the sea, and he dedicated himself to improving the design of ships and the methods of sailing them. In 1416, when he was twenty-two, Henry founded a school for mariners, to which he invited everyone who could help him-Jewish astronomers, Italian and Spanish sailors, and Arab mathematicians and map makers who know how to use the crude compass of the day and could improve it. Henry‘s goal was to design and equip vessels that would be capable of making long ocean voyages without having to keep close to the shore. The caravel (多桅小帆 船) ， which he helped design, carried more sails and was longer and slimmer than any ship then made, yet was tough enough to stand up against gales at sea. He also developed the carrack (宽身帆船), which was a slower ship, but one that was capable of carrying more cargo. The world woes credit to Prince Henry for the development of the craft that made oceanic exploration possible. He lives in history as Henry the Navigator. 45. Prince Henry started his school for the purpose of _____________. A. helping mariners B. improving ship design and sailing methods C. studying astronomy and mathematics D. improving his own skill as a sailor 46. The teacher in Prince Henry‘s school seem to have been __________. A members of the royal family B. astronomers, sailors and map makers C. shipbuilders D. All of the above 47. Prince Henry‘s goal was to design vessels that could ________________________. A. make longer deep-sea voyages B. travel faster than those in use at that time C. explore the coastline of Portugal D. carry larger crews and more cargo than existing ones 48. Compared with his caravel, Henry‘s carrack was _____________. A longer and slimmer B. able to carry more sails C. able to carry more cargo D. shorter 49. Prince Henry‘s principal; achievement was that of _______________. A. making oceanic exploration possible B. improving the compass C. founding a school for mariners D. inventing the clipper ship D What‘s On Stage
An acrobatic(杂技) soul: To celebrate its 55th anniversary, the China Acrobatic Troupe will present ―The Soul of China‖, where the seemingly impossible is made real. Chills (寒战) will run down your spine (脊柱)as you watch breathlessly as performers take their art and their bodies to the edge. Time: 7:30 p.m., September 13—19 Place: Capital Theatre, 22 Wangfujing Dajie, Dongcheng District Exhibitions Joint show: A group ink painting exhibition is running at the Huangshicheng Art Gallery in Beijing. About 50 works by 25 young artists including GeYun and Yu Yang are on display. Time: 9 a.m. –5 p.m. until September 10 Place: Huangshicheng Gallery, 136 Nanchizi Dajie, Dongcheng Distirct Oil paintings: The Wanfung Art Gallery will host a joint show of oil paintings by 10 young and middle- aged artists. On display are more than 30 of their latest works, which capture (捕捉) he wonderous variety of life in unique (独特的) styles. Time: 9 a.m. –4 p.m. until September 15 Place: 136 Nanchizi Street, Dongcheng District Literature (文学) museum: The National Museum of Modern Chinese Literature offers an in-depth study of the evolution of Chinese contemporary literature from 1919 to 1949. Time: 9 a.m. –4p.m., September 13 Place: 45 Anyuan Donglu, Chaoyang District (Shaoyaoju area) Belgium Orchestra( 管 弦乐队 ): La Petite Bande, the Baroque Orchestra of Belgium, will perform in Beijing at the Grand Theatre of the Cultural Palace of Nationalities as part of activities across the world to commemorate ( 纪念)the 250th anniversary of Bach‘s death. Time: 7:30p.m. September 11—14 Place: Grand Theatre of the Cultural Palace of Nationalities 50. What do you think of the acrobatic show mentioned here? A. When you watch it, you will certainly feel cold B. Something strange will puzzle everyone, including scientists. C. Unexpected things will make you excited and surprised D. Even the bravest ones will be too frightened to go on watching 51. Suppose it is September 14 today, how many activities can people choose to attend? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D. 5 52. On the whole, we can conclude _____________. A. people in Beijing prefer modern culture to something traditional B. there are usually more cultural activities in September than in any other month C. most of the cultural activities in Beijing are for foreign visitors only D. we can enjoy a large variety of cultural activities in Beijing E One of China‘s most popular folkarts is papercutting（剪纸）. Archaeological(考 古学的) finds trace the tradition back to the 6th century; it is supposed that the
beginnings of papercutting were even a few centuries earlier. Papercuttings are used for religious(宗教的) purposes, for decoration (装饰)and as patterns(图案). Today, papercuttings are mainly used as decoration. They ornament walls, windows, doors, columns mirrors, lamps and lanterns in homes. They are also used for decoration on presents, and are given as presents themselves. They are of special importance at festivals. At the Spring Festival for example, entrances are decorated with papercuttings which are supposed to bring good luck. Parpercuttings are not produced by machine, but by hand. There are two kinds of paper cuttings; scissor ( 剪刀 ) cuttings and knife cuttings. Scissor cuttings are fashioned with scissors. Several pieces of paper--- up to eight pieces---are fastened together. The motif(图形) is then cut with sharp, pointed scissors. Knife cuttings are fashioned by putting several layers (层) of paper on a relatively soft foundation consisting of a mixture of tallow (动物脂) and ashes. Following a pattern, the artist cuts the motif into the paper with a sharp knife which he usually holds vertically(垂直地. The advantage of knife cuttings is that considerably more papercuttings can be made in one operation than scissor cuttings. In the countryside, papercuttings are usually made only by women and girls. This used to be one of the skills that every girl was to master and that were often used to judge brides(新娘). Professional papercutting artists are, on the other hand, almost always men who have guaranteed (保证) incomes and work together in workshops. 53. Papercuttings can be used for ______________. A. decoration B. decoration on presents C. presents D. all of the above 54 The underlined word ornament means ______________. A. to be added to and make something beautiful B. to be used as C. to be cut in D. to be made on 55. Which is the best title of this passage? A. The ways of papercutting B. The reasons for papercutting C. The purposes of papercutting D. Papercutting 第二卷(共 35 分) 第四部分：写作(共两节，满分 35 分) 第一节：短文改错(共 10 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 10 分) 此题要求改正所给短文中的错误。对标有题号的每一行作出判断：如无错误，在 该行右边 横线上画一个勾(√)；如有错误(每行只有一个错误)，则按下列情况改正： 该行多一个词：把多余的词用斜线(＼)划掉，在该行右边横线上写出该词， 并也用斜线(＼)划掉。 该行缺一个词：在缺词处加一个漏词符号(∧)，在该行右边横线上写出该加 的词。 该行错一个词：在错的词下划一横线，在该行右边横线上写出改正后的词。 注意：原行没有错的不要改。 Kites are invented in China 200 years ago. The earlier 56. _ _______
kites were made from wood, which were expensive. Kite flying 57. _ _______ began to spread between the ordinary people only after paper 58. _ _______ was invented and then kite making cost little. 59. _ _______ Weifang City is birthplace of the kites. Now kite 60. _ _______ flying is more and more popular here. Every spring 61. _ _______ people all over the world come to take part in the 62. _ _______ International Kite Festival. They would see beautiful 63. _ _______ kites fly in the sky. I believe you will enjoy themselves 64. _ _______ here. I hope you‘ll go to the Festival every year. 65. _ _______ often if we want to win the game. 第二节 书面表达(满分 25 分) 根据下列要点，写一篇介绍齐白石的短文。 1. 齐白石（1864--1957）是我国最伟大的画家之一。 2. 湖南湘潭人。家境贫困，世代务农，仅在１２岁前随外祖父读过一段私塾。 年青时作过木匠。 3. 在 1902-1909 年之间游历祖国各地， 画了很多山水画。 3. 后来他的兴趣转向画日常生活中的简单事物，如蔬菜，花鸟，昆虫等。 4. 《白菜》是他的一幅著名作品。画上，在大白菜旁边的小昆虫两眼盯着白菜， 显出对白菜极大的兴趣。 5. 齐白石的画常常给观众留下想象的空间。 提示：木匠 carver; 昆虫 insect; 白菜 cabbage 1-5: DDBAC 6-10: DCBBB 11-15: BDDDB 16-20. CABDC 21-25. ACABB 26-30. AABCC 31-35. CBDDC 36-40. DDAAD 41-45. BACCB 46-50. BACAC 51-55. BD DAD 56. are → were 57. from → of 58. between → among 59. little → less 60. 将 kites 前的 the 去掉 61. √ 62. 在 all 前加 from 63. would. → will 64. themselves → yourselves 65. go → come 答案：Qi Baishi (1863-1957) was one of China‘s greatest painters. He was born in a farmer‘s family in Xiangtan, Hunan province. He had only studied in a private school from his grandfather before he was twelve. .He worked as a carver when young. Between 1902 and 1909, he traveled across the country and painted many landscapes. His interest changed later to simple things from everyday life, such as vegetables,
flowers, birds and insects. Cabbage is a well-known example of his work. The little insect in the picture fixed its eyes on the cabbage, which shows its interest in the cabbage. Qi Baishi‘s paintings often leave the audience thinking of something.