Unit1 课文语法填空 At the time they were created, the impressionist paintings were controversial, but today they are accepted as the beginning what of _1_____________ we call “modern art”. This is
because the Impressionists encouraged artists to look at their environment in _2_______new ways. There are scores of modern art styles, but without _3___________the impressionists, many of these painting styles might not exist. On the one hand, some modern art is abstract; to paint that is, the painter does not attempt_4__________(paint) objects with on as we see_5__________our eyes, but instead concentrates_6____ using certain qualities of the objects,_7_______(use) colour, line and On the other hand, some paintings shape to represent them. _8____ that of modern art are so realistic_9_______________they look like photographs. These styles are so different. Who can predict what in painting styles there will be_10_______the future?
Unit2 课文语法填空 why people write poetry. Some There are various reasons_1_____ that a poems tell_2_____ story or describe something in a way_3______ will give the reader a strong impression. Others try to convey certain emotions. Poets use many different forms of poems to express (express) themselves. In this text, however, we _4___________ of will look at a few_5_______ the simple forms. Some of the first poetry a young child learns in English is on the nursery rhymes. These nursery rhymes like the one_6_____ right are still a common type of children’s poetry. The language but is concrete_7______ imaginative. They delight small children because _8______they rhyme, have strong rhythm and a lot of repetition. The poems may not make sense and even seem contradictory, but and with they are easy to learn _9______ recite. By playing_10_____ the
words in nursery rhymes, children learn about language.
Unit3 课文语法填空 By the way, did you know that this is because you become addicted _1_______ cigarettes in three different ways? First, to which is you can become physically addicted to nicotine,_2_______ one of the hundreds of chemicals in cigarettes. This means that having after a while your body becomes accustomed to _3__________ (have) nicotine in it. So when the drug leaves your body, you feeling get withdrawal symptoms. I remember _4_________(feel) bad tempered and sometimes even pain. Secondly, you become if addicted through habits. As you know, _5____you do the same it thing over and over again, you begin to do _6___automatically. mentally Lastly, you can become _7_______________(mental) addicted. more I believed I was happier and _8_________ relaxed after having a cigarette, so I began to think that I could only feel good when I smoked. I was addicted in all three ways, so it _9________ But I did finally manage. was very difficult to quit. _10______
Unit4 课文语法填空 All scientists subscribe to the view_1______ that the increase in the earth’s temperature is due to the burning of fossil fuels like coal, natural gas and oil to produce energy. Some byproducts of this are called process_2______________ (call) “greenhouse” gases, the most which carbon dioxide. Dr. Janice Foster important one of_3________is that explained “There is a natural phenomenon_4______scientists call the greenhouse effect. This is when small amounts of gases in the atmosphere, like carbon dioxide, methane and water vapour trap from Without heat_5______the sun and therefore warm the earth. _6________ the greenhouse effect, the earth would be about 33 degrees cooler than it is. So, we need those gases. The problem Celsius _7_____ of extra carbon dioxide begins when we add huge quantities_8____ that more heat energy tends into the atmosphere. It means_9_______ causing (cause) the global to be trapped in the atmosphere_10_________ temperature to go up.
Unit5 课文语法填空 When boiling rock erupts from a volcano and crashes back to than earth, it causes less damage _1______you might imagine. This is where because no one lives near the top of Mount Kilauea, _2________ the rocks fall. The lava that flows slowly like a wave down the it mountain causes far more damage because _3________ buries everything in its path under the molten rock. However, the exciting eruption itself is really_4________(excite) to watch and I should never forget my first sight of one. It was in the second week after I Having worked arrived in Hawaii. _5_______________ (work) hard all day, I went to bed early. I was fast asleep when suddenly my bedroom began shaking and I heard a strange sound, like a railway train passing (pass) my window. Having experienced quite a few _6________ earthquakes in Hawaii already, I didn’t take much notice. I was when suddenly my bed room about to go back to sleep _7________ became as bright as day. I ran out of the house into the back in garden where I could see Mountain Kilauea_8_____the distance. from the side of the mountain There had been an eruption _9________ and red hot lava was fountaining hundreds of metres into the air. It was _10________ absolutely fantastic sight. an