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新牛津高中英语模块六第一单元知识点整理及单元练习 M6 UNIT 1



1. a popular form of comedy 剧形式


2. stand up for your health 益


3. talk straight to audience members 流


4. tease an audience member 玩笑


5. depend upon


6. react to


7. a variety of


8. queue up


9. rely on


10. visual humour


11. be inspired by objects


12. make jokes about/make fun of/play jokes on


13. play tennis


14. lose weight


15. trip over chairs


16. walk into doors


17. fall down on stage


18. absurd humour


19. do impressions


20. have affection for


21. only a few of


22. later on in life 中


23. one such person


24. go on to act in films 表演


25. host the Academy Awards 奖仪式


26. perform his stand up routine 表演节目


27. be broadcast live


28. one little-know fact 的事实


29. be very quick thinking


30. come up with


31. a technical problem


32. make up a new joke 话


33. get his start in silent films 家


34. howl with laughter


35. be popular with


36. all age groups


37. have the ability to amuse people all around the world 有让全世界人 开心的能力

40. hear a lot more


41. make films


42. follow in the footsteps 步


43. live to be 100 years old

活到 100 岁

44. keep working 作


45. be good for your health 处


46. have effect on 响


47. send chemicals around your body 化学物质


48. stay health


49. help you fight pain 痛苦


50. whatever the reason 因


51. in the end


52. after all



1. pass away


2. mourn his death 哀悼



1. to laugh one’s head off


2.to smile on someone



1. work out 2. first of all 3. improve your general fitness 体健康情况 4. strengthen the heart an the lungs 肺功能 5. relax your muscles

锻炼/好转 首先 增进你的整



肉 6. participate in 7. a deep-breathing exercise 动 8. reduce pain 9. drive away your negative feelings 绪 10. practice your routine 划锻炼 11. that’s for sure 12. guarantee 那是肯定的 维持 按照你的计 减轻疼痛 消除负面情 参与 有氧呼吸运

p11 1. unique art form 艺术形式 2. instruct students from …… 自……的学生 3. take on 4. initial requirements 5. have an interest in 趣 6. traditional pieces of crosstalk 传统相声段 接纳 基本要求 对……有兴 教导来 独一无二的

落 7. move on to doing sth. 事 8. in pairs 9. attain enough skills 技巧 10.polish their skills 的技巧 11.be popular among 到欢迎 p14-15 1. act out a play 2. walk to the other side of the stage 一头 3. sit on an invisible bench 长椅上 4. move over 5. as if to do sth. 6. make room for 7. it’s rather nice here 8. sit down alongside them 9. —Mind…? 挪到一边 就像在做什么 给…腾点位子 这里相当惬意 坐在他们旁边 坐在一张隐形 表演一出短剧 走到舞台的另 在……中受 完善他们 成对 获得足够的 继续做某

—Not at all. 意 10.wander over the middle of the stage 逛 11.fall down 12.give a serious look at servant 看着仆人 13.throw… at 14.in anger 15.dash out 16.tear the paper into two 17.run after 18.run away 19.it is your duty to… 任 20.burst in 21.point to 22.present sth. to sb. 23.glare at 24.hold out 25.a roll of toilet paper 26.run off stage



摔倒 用严肃的目光

向…摔… 愤怒地 匆忙离去 将纸撕成两半 追赶 逃走 …是你的责

冲入 指着 将…呈给… 瞪着 拿出 一卷厕纸 冲下舞台

27.run into 28.on the way out 上

撞到 在出去的路


单元练习 1

I. Translate the phrases below. (16') 1. 取笑 2. 对...做出反应 9. be supposed to 10. make appropriate comments 3. 主要因为 11. a vital form of entertainment 4. 对...有影响 5. 作演讲 6. 意味深长地看着 abroad 7. 一叠文件 8. 突然冲入 15. queue up for the bus 16. especially in 12. take on a new look 13. tear...in two 14. from both home and

crosstalk shows

II. Multiple choice. (20') 1. I’m not familiar with this place. It’s the first time I ________here, you know. A. am B. was C. have been D. had been

2. ________ about the storm, we all strengthened our houses. A. Telling B. Told C. Have told D. Having told

3. We ________ very much to meeting you again. A. looking forward forward 4. He won’t apologize to me unless his mother ________ him to. A. asks asking 5. I’m pleased to say that all of you ______ greatly ______ our spoken English so far. A. had, improved improving 6. Don’t get off the bus until it ________. A. stops B. stopped C. has stopped D. will stop B. have, improved C. /, improved D. are, B. asked C. will ask D. has been B. expect C. excepting D. are looking

7. By the time he ________ home, his father will have left for Paris on business.

A. got

B. getting

C. gets

D. has got

8. No one is willing to make friends with those who _______ always _______ lies. A. is, telling B. /, tells C. /, tell D. are, telling

9. The film is amazing. It’s better than any other film I _______ before. A. had seen never seen 10. Writing is tough work, but I’m sure it ________. A. worthwhile worth it 11. A good friend should be kind and helpful. ________ is my mother. A. Such a friend such friend 12. My cousin ______ me not to take weight-loss medicine, but I just won’t listen. A. is advising been advising 13. Frightened by the snake, the girl ________ crying near the well. A. burst in out 14. He ________ dead, for many people saw the truck hit him badly last night. B. burst upon C. burst into D. burst B. advised C. advises D. has B. Such one friend C. No such friend D. One B. worth it C. is worth D. is B. have ever seen C. saw D. have

A. must have be

B. must have been

C. can ’t be

D. must

15. Indeed he found nothing ________ in my lesson, because he only had great _______ in computer games. A. amused, interested C. amused, interest B. amusing, interested D. amusing, interests

16. He again made a mistake in solving the maths problem ________. A. somewhat anyway 17. ---John, I must _______ --- I have an important meeting at 8 o’clock. --- OK! Take care! A. run B. walk C. dash D. exit B. somehow C. anyhow D.

18. Mary wasn’t satisfied with the blue dress, so the shopkeeper ________ another dress for her to try on. A. held on up 19. As I pulled the sheet out of the typewriter, it ________. A. tears tearing 20. He ________ his hand and _________ to report his answers when asked to. A. rose, raised B. raised, raised C. raised, rose D. rose, B. is torn C. tore D. is B. held to C. held out D. held

rose III. Fill in the blanks. (20') 1. One __________( 鲜 为 人 知 的 ) fact is that he was once a __________(备受喜爱的) comedian. 2. Zhao Lirong was an ____________(热情的) ___________(女演员). She’ll live in our heart for ever. 3. Bi Fujian’s ____________(受欢迎) with all age groups is due to his h__________ (幽默的)hosting style. 4. He says sitting on an __________( 看 不 见 的 ) bench is very __________.(舒服的) 5. The teacher looked __________( 恼 火 的 ) when his student ___________(漫步) over to the courtyard instead of following him. 6. Father often makes us burst into l__________ by telling us different j_________. 7. D__________ is a person in c___________ of the performance of a drama. 8. He observes people’s b___________ in everyday life and acts out on s_________. 9. Crystal’s a__________ to improvise leads to his s__________. 10. C_________, a u__________ art form in China, has developed a lot of foreigners in recent years.

IV. Complete the sentences. (8') 1. When is your new book ________ on _________(上市)? 2. He should have _________ _________(挪点地方) for the old man. 3. _________ _________(后来), he got a job as a government official. 4. She never goes out without __________ herself __________(化妆). 5. Can you tell me what __________( 影 响 ) the incident had _________his family? 6. He stopped driving, _________ _________( 仿佛 ) to answer the mobile phone. 7. Isn’t it everybody’s ___________ ___________( 责任 ) protect our environment? 8. He is also famous __________ ___________(因为主持) the Academy Awards. V. Cloze test. (20') Small moments sometimes last a very long time. And a few words—though they mean 1 at the time to the people who say them—can have a great power. I recently heard a story from Malcolm Dalkoff, who has been a professional 2 for the last 24 years, mostly in advertising. As a boy, Dalkof was terribly shy and 3 . He had few friends and no self-confidence. Then one day, his high-school English teacher, Ruth Brauch, asked the class to write their own chapter that would 4 the last chapter of the novel since they had been reading To Kill a Mockingbird. Dalkoff wrote his chapter and turned it in. Today he cannot recall anything 5 about the chapter he wrote, or what 6 Mrs. Brauch gave him.7 , what he does remember is the four words in the paper: “This is good writing.” Four words. They 8 his life.

“9 I read those words, I had no idea of who I was or what I was going to be,” he said. “After reading her 10, I went home and wrote a short story, 11 I had always dreamed of doing but never 12 I could do.” 13 the rest of that year in school, he wrote many short stories and always brought them to Mrs. Brauch for 14 . “She was encouraging, helpful and honest. She was just what I needed,” Dalkoff said. Later he was 15 as a co-editor of his high-school newspaper. His 16 grew; his knowledge broadened; he17 on a successful life with great achievements. Dalkoff 18 that none of this would have had happened if that woman had not written those four words. For his 30th high-school reunion, Dalkoff went back and visited Mrs. Brauch, who had retired. He told her what great 19 the four words had had upon his life and because she had given him the confidence to be a writer, he had been able to 20 that confidence on to the woman who would become his wife, who became a writer herself. 1. A. much B. little C. well D. ill 2. A. reporter B. designer C. writer D. teacher 3. A. slow B. independent C. troublesome D. helpless 4. A. follow B. change C. connect D. explain 5. A. pleasant B. important C. different D. special 6. A. help B. encouragement C. grade D. words 7. A. Therefore B. However C. Meanwhile D. Besides 8. A. improved B. developed C. changed D. enriched 9. A. Until B. After C. Since D. While 10. A. chapter B. novel C. note D. explanation 11. A. everything B. something C. nothing D. anything 12. A. meant B. doubted C. proved D. believed 13. A. With B. Beyond C. Over D. From 14. A. appreciation B. changing C. information D.

instruction 15. A. chosen B. regarded C. considered D. treated 16. A. excitement B. confidence C. determination D. experience 17. A. kept up B. caught up C. started off D. showed off 18. A. realized B. wished C. expected D. dreamed 19. A. progress B. success C. courage D. effect 20. A. hold B. bring C. pass D. carry VI.Reading comprehension. (16') A Have you ever been in a meeting while someone was making a speech and realized suddenly that your mind was a million miles away? You probably felt sorry and made up your mind to pay attention and never have daydreaming again. Most of us, from earliest school days, have been told that daydreaming is a waste of time. “On the contrary,” says L. Giambra, an expert in psychology, “daydreaming is quite necessary. Without it, the mind couldn’t get done all the thinking it has to do during a normal day---. You can’t possibly do all your thinking with a conscious mind. Instead, your unconscious mind is working out problems all the time. Daydreaming may be one way that the unconscious and conscious states of mind have silent dialogues.” Early experts in psychology paid no attention to the importance of daydreams or even considered them harmful. At one time daydreaming was thought to be a cause of some mental illness. They did not have a better understanding of daydreams until the late 1980s. Eric Klinges, a professor, is the writer of the book Daydreaming. Klinges says, “We know now that daydreaming is one of the main ways that we organize our lives, learn from our experiences, and plan for our futures---. Daydreams really are a window on the things we fear and the things we long for in life.” Daydreams are usually very simple and direct, quite unlike sleep dreams, which may be hard to understand. It’s easier to gain a deep understanding of your life by paying close attention to your daydreams than by trying to examine your sleep dreams carefully. Daydreams help you recognize the difficult situations in your life and found out a possible

way of dealing with them. Daydreams cannot be predicted: they move off in unexpected directions which may be creative and full of useful ideas. For many famous artists and scientists, daydreams were and are a main source of creative energy. 1. The writer of this passage considers daydreams __________. A. hard to understand B. important and helpful C. harmful and unimportant D. the same as sleep dreams 2. The writer quoted(引用) L. Giambra and Eric Klinges to ________. A. point out the wrong ideas of early experts B. list out two different ideas C. support his own ideas D. report the latest research on daydreams 3. What is the difference between daydreams and sleep dreams? A. People have daydreams and sleep dreams at different times. B. Daydreams are the result of unconscious mind while sleep dreams are that of conscious mind. C. Daydreams are easy to understand. D. Daydreams are more helpful in solving problems. 4. Which of the following is true? A. An unconscious mind can work all the problems out. B. Daydreaming can give artists and scientists ideas for creations. C. Professor Eric Klinges has a better idea than L. Gimabra. D. Early experts didn’t understand what daydreams were. B Pets in workplace please workers may reduce stress Many employees are in favor of having pets in their workplace and believe they help reduce stress and improve their health, a recent study suggests. “The response was positive,” Dr. Meredith Wells told Reuters health. “People thought pets reduced stress, and improved job satisfaction.” Other studies have found that pets can reduce stress and blood pressure levels for children, old adults, and sick patients, “but few studies have examined the effect of pets in the workplace,” Wells said. Employees reported that pets in workplace are good for business. Not everyone was entirely enthusiastic. Some drawbacks reported were noise from barking, hair on the floor. There was also some concern that customers may be afraid of the animal.

However, these responses were in the minority(少数). “When we asked what were the drawbacks, the most common response was, “There aren’t any,” Wells said. Wells said she would encourage companies to experiment with a pet police. “I would cautiously recommend it to people, saying they would give it a try,” she said. “However, it may not be very good for every company.” 5. It seemed that ______ were in favor of having pets in their workplace. A. all of the employees B. quite a few of the employees C. very few of the employees D. only a few of the employees 6. It is wrong to say that pets will help __________. A. to reduce job satisfaction B. to improve one’s health C. to reduce blood pressure D. to reduce one’s stress 7. Not everyone was entirely enthusiastic. That means ________. A. some people didn’t like the idea B. not everyone fully understood the idea C. many people were not in favor of the idea D. very few people liked the idea 8. Which of the following word has the same meaning as “drawback”? A. mistake B. wrong C. fault D. problem VII.书面表达 (满分 20 分) 假设你是李华,暑假期间准备和家人去香港迪斯尼乐园游玩。想 了解一些具体订票情况,例如:可否网上订票、团体购票是否可以打 折、可否因故取消订票等。你在互联网上查到一份门票价格表(见右 表) ,但还有些具体信息不明确。请给迪斯尼乐园发一封电子邮件, 询问有关情况。 参考词汇: 折扣 discount 注意: 1. 词数 100 左右,信的格式已为你写好。

2. 可根据内容要点适当增加细节,以使行文连贯。 Dear Sir / Madame, My family are planning a visit to_________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________ ________________________


Li Hua

Keys I. 1. make fun of/ make jokes about because 4. have effect on 5. give a speech 8. burst in 6. look meaningfully at 9. 应该 7. 2. in response to 3. mainly

a stack of papers/piles 当的评价

10. 作适

11. 至关重要的娱乐形式 13. 撕成两半 16. 尤其在相声表演中 6~10. CCDBD 11~15. DDDBD 16~20. 14. 从国内外 15.

12. 呈现新面貌 排队等车 II. 1~5. CBDAB BCCCC

III. 1. little-known, well-loved 2. enthusiastic, actress humorous 4. invisible, comfortable/cosy laughter, jokes 7. Director, charge Crosstalk, unique IV. 1. going, sale making, up 5. effect, on hosting 6. as if 2. made space/room 8. behaviors, stage

3. popularity,

5. angry/annoyed, wandered


9. ability, success


3. later on


7. duty/responsibility to

8. for

V. 1-5 BCDAD 6-10CBCAC 11-15 BDCDA 16-20 BCADC VI A BCDB B BA AD VII.书面表达 (满分 20 分) Dear Sir / Madame, My family are planning a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland this summer vacation. I’ve got some information about the ticket prices and now I’m writing for some details. I wonder whether children under 3 need to pay for a ticket and what the difference is between a Peak Day Ticket and a Special Day Ticket. Is it possible for us to get a discount if we purchase tickets as a group? Can we book tickets through the Internet? Besides, I’d like to know i f we are allowed to cancel our ticket booking if we can not make the tour for our personal reasons. Looking forward to your early reply.

Yours, Li Hua

单元练习 2

I 单选 1.Stand-up is a kind of comedy that is done on a stage by a comedian ___________ audience members. A. to talk straight to straight to C. talking straight to straight to 2. Some comedians tell jokes about the way ______ people behave or about daily life. A. which D. on which 3. They may talk about _______ people react when they queue up. A. why D. how 4. He make jokes about _____ he is doing. A. what D. how 5. I________ tennis every day for a month. A. plays D. has been playing B. played C. is playing B. where C. that B. where C. who B. that C. who D. talks B. talked

6. Only a few stand-up comedians _______ famous as television and film performers later on in life. A. has become become B. had become D. became C. have

7. Like other stand-up comedians who have gone on to act in films, Crystal still ____ stand-up. A. enjoyed D. enjoys 8. Each time, he performs his stand-up routine in front of millions of people when the show _____ live on TV. A. broadcast broadcast B. broadcasting D. is broadcasting C. is B. enjoying C. to enjoy

9. One little-known fact is that when Crystal is the host of the Academy Awards, he always _____ a toothbrush in his pocket for good luck. A. keeps D. keeping 10. A stand-up comedian might decide to tell different jokes ___________ how the audience reacted to his or her previous jokes. A. depending on depended on B. taking on D. taken on C. B. keep C. kept

11. He told himself jokes while _____ in front of the mirror. A. stood B. is standing C. he


D. standing

12. The audience_____ affection for or ______ the person being made fun of. A. has, admired admiring B. have, admire D. have, admired C. has,

13. He stood in front of the mirror, _______ his teeth. A. brushed brushing B. to brush D. brushes C.

14. The reason ______ Crystal has become so famous is ______ he is very quick thinking. A. why, what that, why B. why, that D. when, what C.

15. The reason _______ Crystal’s becoming famous is _______ he is very quick thinking. A. why, what that, why B. why, that D. for, that C.

16. A very old actor, who _______ in films before they had sound, gave a speech. A. had acted acted D. acts B. acted C. has

17. He talked for several minutes, but there was a technical problem, and on one _____ hear him.

A. would could D. need

B. must


18. ______ seems appropriate that he got his start in silent film. A. That He D. It B. This C.

19. Crystal has the ability_____ people around the world. A. to amuse amusing B. amused D. amuse C.

20. You can expect ______ a lot more from Billy Crystal. A. hear D. to hear 21. Bob Hope and George Burns, _______ lived to be 100 years old, kept working until nearly the end of their lives. A. which why D. who B. when C. B. heard C. hearing

22. Doctors _________ the effect of stand-up for many years A. has researched been researching B. research D. researched C. have

23. Doctors will research_____ effect stand-up has on us A. what D. that 24. They say this is ________ when you laugh, your brain sends special B. why C. how

chemicals. A. what D. that 25. ________ the reason, research shows that in the end the English saying maybe true after all. A. Whatever However 1-5: CBDAD ACDAD B. Whenever D. that 6-10: CDCAA 21-25: DCABA 11-15: DBCBD 16-20: C. B. because C. how

Ⅱ.阅读理解 B Popeye the Sailor first became a popular cartoon in the 1930s.The sailor in that cartoon ate lots of spinach to make him strong. People watched him, and they began to buy and eat a lot more spinach. Popeye helped sell 33 percent more spinach than before! Spinach became a necessary part of many people’s diets. Even some children who hated the taste began to eat the vegetable. Many people thought that the iron in spinach made Popeye strong, but this is not true. Spinach does not have any more iron than any other green vegetable. People only thought spinach had a lot of iron because the people who studied the food made a mistake. In the 1890s, a group of people studied what was inside vegetables. This group said that spinach had ten

times more iron than it did. The group wrote the number wrong, and everyone accepted it. Today, we know that the little iron there is in spinach cannot make a difference in how strong a person is. However, spinach does have something else which the body needs—folic acid. It is interesting to point out that folic acid can help make a person strong. Maybe it was really the folic acid that made Popeye strong all along. 26. A good title for this reading passage is______. A. Popeye the Sailor C.A Mistake with Numbers B. The Truth About Spinach D. Folic Acid Makes You Strong

27. Why did many people eat spinach after they saw Popeye the Sailor? A. They thought spinach made them strong. B. They thought Popeye was funny. C. Spinach had a lot of iron. D. People liked folic acid. 28. A research group told people that spinach______. A. made Popeye strong B. was a green vegetable C. had less iron than other green vegetables D. had more iron than other green vegetables 29. The reading passage says that perhaps Popeye got his strength from______. A. iron B. folic acid C. spinach D. exercise B. a vegetable D. a certain kind of spinach 30. Folic acid is ______. A. something in food C. dangerous B A D B A

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