湖北襄阳四中 2014 届高二英语必修五 Unit2 单元测试
命题人：樊文丽 李晋华 审题人：黄蕾 马春华
听力 (共两节，满分 30 分)
第一节 (共 5 小题，每小题 1．5 分，满分 7．5 分) 听下面 5 段对话，每段对话后有一个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳选
项， 并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后，你都有 10 秒钟的时间来回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。 每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Where does this conversation probably take place? A. In a clothing store. B. In a street. C. At a restaurant. 2. What does the man mean? A. He asks the woman not to leave so soon. B. He wants to ask the woman to stay for lunch. C. He is very thankful to the woman. 3. How much will the man pay for the car? A. $40. B. $250. C. $200. 4. What’s the relationship between the two speakers? A. Employer and employee. B. Doctor and patient. C. Classmates. 5. What is the woman going to do first? A. Go to the park. B. Go running. C. Get changed 第二节 (共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分, 满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几个小题，从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中 选出最佳答案，并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前，你将有时间阅读各小题，每小题 5 秒钟；听完后，各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料，回答第 6 至 7 题。 6. What are they talking about? A. Finding a mall for shopping. B. Finding a place for lunch. C. Finding a library to borrow books. 7. What kind of restaurant will they go to? A. Turkish. B. Mexican. C. Indian. 听第 7 段材料，回答第 8 至 10 题。 8. How many people have died so far in the tsunami? A. 150,000. B. 26,000. C. 260,000. 9. What was the woman doing these days? A. Living in a cave watching TV. B. Collecting money for the relief fund. C. Working in the disaster-stricken areas. 10. What do we know from the conversation? A. This tsunami is the worst in history. B. The woman doesn’t believe there are so many deaths. C. The number of deaths is still going up.
听第 8 段材料，回答第 11 至 13 题。 11. What is the woman interested in seeing? A. An exhibition of paintings. B. The Big Apple. C. An interesting movie. 12. When did New York get its nickname? A. In the early 18th century. B. In the early 20th century. C. In the late 19th century. 13. Who first called New York the Big Apple? A. Painters. B. Writers. C. Jazz musicians. 听第 9 段材料，回答第 14 至 16 题。 14. Why does the man call the woman? A. He wants to have a chat with her. B. He wants to book an air ticket. C. He wants to book a room. 15. What kind of flight does the man prefer? A. Comfortable. B. Fast. C. Economical. 16. How much will the ticket cost? A. $1,070. B. $980. C. $90. 听第 10 段材料，回答第 17 至 20 题。 17. How does a person view the new culture in the first stage of culture shock? A. It is embarrassing. B. Wow! Everything is different. C. Visitors are friendly here. 18. What are the signs of the second stage of culture shock? A. People tend to escape from society. B. People try to combine with the culture. C. People criticize the people and culture. 19. Which statement of the visitor best describes the “home” stage? A. I’m glad to be returning to my own country. B. These people love their families and homes. C. I really enjoy living among the people here. 20. What is the best title for this passage? A. How to Adjust to Culture Shock. B. The Stages of Culture Shock. C. The Causes of Culture Shock.
第二部分 英语语言知识运用（共两节，满分 30 分）
第一节 多项选择（共 10 小题；每小题 1 分, 满分 10 分） 21. Generally speaking, this kind of medicine has no side effect if taken according to its ______. A. descriptions B. introductions C. instructions D. applications 22. It is dishonest of you to take ______ for work that was done by others. You should try your best to finish the work by yourself. A. responsibility B. blame C. credit D. conflict 23. You should have one goal that you want to ______ this week. And every morning, you should decide what one thing you can do today to move yourself further towards that goal. A. attract B. accomplish C. finish D. handle
24. The letter asked Toyota to ______ when it first learned of the problem and any measure that might have been taken. A. clarify B. analyze C. instruct D. conclude 25. No matter what was going on at work, I was always able to ______ the concerns of the office. A. leave in B. leave behind C. leave over D. leave off 26. Shall we ______ our discussion and have some tea or coffee, please? A. break out B. break down C. break into D. break off 27.The ______ Mona Lisa is an oil painting on a board of poplar(白杨树) and is housed at the Louvre Museum in Paris. A. imaginary B. traditional C. original D. particular 28. There are plenty of jobs ______ in the western part of the country, which attract many young people. A. previous B. available C. responsible D. convenient 29. We’re ______ the same age, so we have much in common and there is no gap between us. A. constantly B. perfectly C. roughly D. properly 30. Having spent 3 years in college, I felt I was a bit ______ among the local people. A. out of order B. out of question C. out of control D. out of place 第二节 完形填空（共 20 小题；每小题 1 分，满分 20 分） 阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，从每题所给的 A、B、C、D 四个选项中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。 When I met him, I had a lot of anger inside of me. I never had a father, though in my neighborhood t h a t ' s n o t 3 1 . I k n o w s o m e k i d s j u s t l i k e m e . Yo u h a v e t o 3 2 y o u r s e l f . There are fights and killings all the time. I have friends who ended up in jail or pregnant. I could have ended up that way, too, but Mr. Clark and my mom 33 let that happen. Mr.Clark worked long hours, making sure I did my work. My grades rose. In fact, I did so well that in sixth grade, I entered the 34 class, and Mr.Clark was the teacher. I felt so 35 to have him for a second year! He took our class to see The Phantom of the Opera. Before the show, he 36 us to dinner at a restaurant and taught us not to talk with our mouths full. We didn't want to let him 37 , so we listened to him attentively. 38 of us were surprised when Mr.Clark was selected as Disney's 2000 Teacher of the Year. When he learned he'd won, he said he would 39 three names out of a hat; he would go to Los Angeles to get the 40 with those students. But 41 it came time to draw names, Mr.Clark said, "You're all going." He 42 to fly all 37 of us out to Disneyland in California and put us up at the Hilton. People were 43 , but Mr. Clark really cared about us. There's no way I can 44 most teachers doing that. No way. But he saw something in us that nobody else saw. On graduation day, there were a lot of tears. We didn't want his class to 45 . In my new school year, we were all happy when Mr.Clark 46 in our class once again．He's been a 47 friend in our lives. In 2003, Mr. Clark took some of us on a trip to South Africa to 48 school supplies and visit orphanages(孤儿院). It was the most amazing 49 of my life. It's now my 50 to one day start a group of women's clubs, helping people from all backgrounds. 31．A．common B．normal C．real D．unusual 32．A．comfort B．encourage C．watch D．tolerate
33．A．couldn’t 34．A．local 35．A．sudden 36．A．treated 37．A．off 38．A．Some 39．A．give 40．A．reward 41．A．after 42．A．managed 43．A．excited 44．A．suggest 45．A．end 46．A．picked up 47．A．familiar 48．A．deliver 49．A．adventure 50．A．dream
B．wouldn’t B．general B．lucky B．directed B．out B．Any B．enter B．bonus B．when B．suggested B．satisfied B．advocate B．start B．showed up B．expert B．collect B．experience B．conclusion
C．shouldn’t C．gifted C．annoyed C．showed C．up C．None C．draw C．diploma C．before C．requested C．ashamed C．imagine C．continue C．rang up C．original C．display C．vacation C．turn
D．mustn’t D．scared D．anxious D．swapped D．down D．Many D．register D．award D．since D．tried D．amazed D．complain D．last D．packed up D．devoted D．recommend D．interview D．demand
阅读理解(共 20 小题；每小题 2 分,满分 40 分)
阅读下列短文,从每篇短文后所给各题的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D）中，选出最佳选项，并在 答题卡上将该项涂黑。 A My teenage son Karl became withdrawn after his father died. As a single parent, I tried to do my best to talk to him. But the more I tried, the more he pulled away. When his report card arrived during his junior year, it said that he had been absent 95 times from classes and had six falling grades for the year. At this rate he would never graduate. I sent him to the school adviser, and I even begged him. Nothing worked. One night I felt so powerless that I got down on my knees and pleaded for help. “Please God, I can’t do anything more for my son. I’m at the end of my rope. I’m giving the whole thing up to you.” I was at work when I got a phone call. A man introduced himself as the headmaster. “I want to talk to you about Karl’s absences.” Before he could say another word, I choked up and all my disappointment and sadness over Karl came pouring out into the ears of this stranger. “I love my son but I just don’t know what to do. I’ve tried everything to get Karl to go back to school and nothing has worked. It’s out of my hands. “For a moment there was silence on the other end of the line. The headmaster seriously said, “Thank you for your time”, and hung up. Karl’s next report card showed a marked improvement in his grades. Finally, he even made the honor roll and on the top of the class. In his fourth year, I attended a parent-teacher meeting with Karl. I noticed that his teachers were astonished at the way he had turned himself around. On our way home, he said, “Mum, remember that call from the headmaster last year?” I nodded. “That was me. I thought I’d play a joke but when I heard what you said, it really hit me how much I was hurting you. That’s when I knew I had to make you proud.”
51．The underlined words “Karl became withdrawn” in paragraph 1 means that the boy changed entirely and ________ . A．preferred to stay alone at home B．lost interest in his studies C．refused to talk to others D．began to dislike his mother 52．There was silence on the other end of the line because ________ . A．the speaker was too moved to say anything to the mother B．the speaker waited for the mother to finish speaking C．the speaker didn’t want the mother to recognize his voice D．the speaker was unable to interrupt the mother 53．The sentence “…he even made the honor roll” means that “he was even on the list ________ ”. A．to be praised at the parent-teacher meeting B．of students who made progress in grades C．of students who had turned themselves around D．of the best students at school 54．What is the main idea of this passage ? A．Children in single-parent families often have mental problems. B．Mother’s love plays an important role in teenagers’ life. C．Being understood by parents is very important to teenagers. D．School education doesn’t work without full support from parents. B Breathe, wave and smile. Along with more than 300 other seniors, I marched into the stadium on the afternoon of May 10. The audience burst into deafening cheers. The huge stadium shook with all the whistling and clapping. It was as if a Hollywood superstar had walked on stage. And indeed, every single senior that day was a star of the moment. Each deserved it. The seniors had been preparing for four years for this once-in-a-lifetime moment—the commencement(毕业典礼). Seated, I waited anxiously for the opening address. As a foreign exchange student, I was not able to receive a diploma. However, I still had the wonderful feeling of being part of things. Like the other graduates, I was dressed in marron cap and gown(方帽长袍). Our principal, Mr. Glover, delivered a short, warm greeting. The US national anthem followed and then, hands on chests, a solemn Pledge of Allegiance(对美国的忠孝宣誓). Students who had excelled academically gave farewell speeches. The tears in some eyes convinced me that many had deep feelings about the occasion. It was as the class motto says, “Life brings us tears, smiles and memories. The tears dry; the smiles fade; but the memories last forever.” Then came the core (核心) of the commencement. Hundreds of names were announced. Each graduate walked across the stage to receive his or her diploma from the principal. From the different cheers each graduate got, we had the funny sense that it was a kind of competition of who could cheer the loudest. To be honest, the presentation of diplomas got boring. A girl sitting next to me even started yawning. But it wasn’t boring for those receiving the diploma: they would treasure the moment the principal placed the sacred brown document in their hands for the rest of their lives. A new page in the book of that person’s life had turned. They were glimpsing their futures: futures of challenge, hardship, perhaps loneliness too, which would take all of their courage. 55. What’s the article mainly about? A. An American high school’s graduation ceremony B. The opening ceremony of a sports meeting.
C. A presentation of college diplomas. D. A US college’s farewell party. 56. Which of the following statements about the author is FALSE? A. She was one of the graduates. B. She was a foreign exchange student. C. She was excited to receive her diploma. D. She felt it great to be at the ceremony. 57. The right order of the following events is_____________. a. Diplomas were presented to graduates. b. Students gave farewell speeches. c. The US national anthem was played. d. The principal gave a short, warm speech. e. Seniors went into the stadium. A. b,c,a,d,e B. c,d,b,e,a C. d,b,e,a,c D. e,d,c,b,a 58. From the text, we can conclude that_______. A. a diploma ensures a good job B. a diploma guarantees a bright future C. the commencement symbolizes the beginning of a new stage in life D. everyone felt excited at the presentation of the diploma C When I was going home to India last year, I called up my mother to ask if she wanted anything from China. When India had not opened up its markets to the world, I carried suitcase loads of dark glasses and jeans. Thankfully, we can get all these in India now. Still, her answer surprised me “Green tea.” As long as I can remember she didn’t even drink Indian tea. I dutifully bought a big packet of Longjing and headed home to hear the story. My mother and her brother, both regularly newspaper readers, believed that Chinese green tea was the wonder drug for all illnesses. At the turn of the century, China was not really familiar to the average Indian. It was a strange country. How things change! And how soon! Now every town of any size seems to have a “China Market”. And everyone is talking about China. The government of India had planned to send a team to China to see how things are done. A minister once said that India must open the doors for more foreign investment and such a step would “work wonders as it did for China.” But it’s a two-way-street. I just heard about a thousand Shenzhen office workers who have gone to Bangalore to train in software. Meanwhile, all the Indian IT majors are setting up a strong presence in China. No wonder that trade, which was only in the millions just ten years ago, is expected to hit about US$15 billion for last year and US＄20 billion by 2008, a goal set by both governments. No wonder, my colleague wrote some weeks ago about this being the Sino-Indian (中印) century as the two countries started on January 1 the Sino-Indian Friendship Year. But what is still a wonder to me is my mother drinking Chinese tea. 59. Why did the mother ask for Chinese green tea? A. She was tired of Indian tea. B. She had a son working in China. C. She believed it had a curing effect. D. She was fond of Chinese products. 60. What does the author mean by “it’s a two-way-street”? A. China and India have different traffic rules. B. Tea trade works wonders in both India and China. C. Chinese products are popular in both India and China. D. The exchanges between India and China benefit both. 61. What do we know about the India IT industry? A. It will move its head office to Shenzhen. B. It is seeking further development in China. C. It has attracted an investment of US $ 15 billion. D. It caught up with the US IT industry in 2008. 62. In the text the author expresses ____.
A. his concern for his mother’s health. B. his support for drinking Chinese green tea. C. his surprise at China’s recent development. D. his wonder at the growth of India’s IT industry. D Who is there among us who hasn’t dreamed of having his or her own small (maybe, several years later, even big) business, and having wonderful freedom, both from a boss and from the time clock; the freedom to make up our own rules for our work, and our own plans —arranging our own hours of work? That way work would be both painless and fun. Or, so we imagine. Well, in fact it isn’t quite as simple as that. Yes, it is true that being the boss has its satisfactions and that you can arrange your working hours freely if you own your own small business . But in those early years of starting your own business, you shouldn’t think of a free day, not to mention flying off for a month’s vacation. It is not unusual for new business owners to work seventy or eighty hours a week , and if there is a day off , that day might need to be devoted to accounting. But this negative picture doesn’t destroy the beautiful hopes. The possibility of getting something wonderful in return — both material and mental — continues to drive that large number of people who start up small businesses each year in the United States. 63．From the first paragraph, we know that everybody hopes ________ . A．to rule others B．to be his or her own boss C．to get a time clock D．to be free from work 64．Most new business owners have to ________ . A．work more than 10 hours a day B．devote himself to accounting C．fly to some places in the world D．have a day off in a week 65．The expression “negative picture” most probably means “ ________ “. A．a terrible experience B．a poor picture C．limited freedom D．unpleasant situations 66．The beautiful hopes will never be destroyed because ________ . A．people love beautiful things by nature B．people have a strong desire to seek personal gains C．small businesses make big money each year in the US D．small businesses have advantages over big companies E Dealing with a jealous friend isn’t easy. It can be very frustrating. Find out how to make the best of the situation, be fair to yourself and your friend, and, if possible, preserve the friendship. It can be done! Try to find out why your friend is jealous. Is it because of something you said? Is it because of something you have little or no control over, such as your looks or your family? Is it because of something your friend should be supportive of, such as your grades or a special talent of yours? Once you know where the jealousy comes from, try to understand your friend’s feelings. Imagine how you’d feel in the same situation. Find out what your friend really wants to have. Does he wish he were smarter or had more supportive parents? Maybe you can be helpful. Let him know that you believe in him and ask what you can do to help him get what he wants. Try not to boast, show off or do things that would make your friend feel frustrated. This will only fan the flames of the jealousy.
Show that you’re happy about your life, but be sure to show interest and excitement about things going on in your friend’s life too. Spend some time pointing out some of his unique strengths and good qualities. Sometimes jealousy is mixed with a lot of anger. If your efforts to listen to your friend and encourage him aren’t working, give him some time to cool off. He may need to work out his feelings alone or with someone who’s not the object of his jealousy. Call up some extra support for yourself, too. Another friend, a relative or a girlfriend/boyfriend may be able to help you sort out your feelings about being the object of your friend’s jealousy. A lot of people feel bad about making someone else jealous, so be sure to remind yourself that you’re a good person! 67．According to the author, dealing with a jealous friend ______. A. is an easy thing for everyone. B. is sure to damage the friendship. C. doesn’t need anyone’s help. D. may cause you to feel bad. 68．The first step for you to deal with a jealous friend is to_____. A. understand your friend’s feelings. B. find out what your friend really wants to have. C. show that you’re happy about your life. D. find out where the jealousy comes from. 69．The underlined sentence in the 5th paragraph probably means______. A. jealousy makes your friend unable to tell right from wrong. B. this will just make your friend more jealous. C. it is easy to put out the flames of your friend’s jealousy. D. you should help deal with your friend’s frustration. 70．What should you do if your efforts to deal with a jealous friend don’t work? A. Give up at once. B. Point out his good qualities. C. Compare him with people who are not as good as him. D. Leave him alone for some time.
书面表达（共两节,满分 50 分）
第一节：完成句子（共 10 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 20 分） 根据括号内的汉语提示，用句末括号内的英语单词完成句子。 71. __________________________ from her bad habits, she becomes an excellent student.(break) 摆脱了她的坏习惯，她成为了一名优秀的学生。 72. Only by cooperating __________________________. (accomplish) 只有通过合作我们才能完成任务。 73. __________________________ that she overcame all the difficulties and succeeded. (credit) 她克服所有的困难，取得了成功是非常值得赞扬的。 74. It is strange that __________________________ an old grandma to deliver goods. (arrange) 真是太奇怪了你竟然安排了一位老奶奶去送货。 75. With everything well-prepared, I hope to see __________________________ next week.(carry) 一切准备就绪，我希望看到这个计划下周实施。 76.If properly__________________________ , this matter won’t bring about more problems.(deal) 如果恰当地处理，这件事情不会导致更多问题。 77.With __________________________ four groups, teachers can organize the activities very easily. (divide) 整个班级被分成了四个小组后，老师很容易开展活动。 78. The cook __________________________ in the kitchen was fired yesterday. (catch)
那个被抓住在厨房抽烟的厨师昨天被解雇了。 79.A medical team __________________________ ten doctors and five nurses was sent to the quake-stricken areas.(consist) 一个由十个医生和五个护士的医疗队被派往地震受灾地区。 80. When __________________________ to meet? (convenient) 我们什么时候见面方便？ 第二节 书面表达（满分 30 分） 请根据以下提示，结合你校园中的一个事例，就“失败”这一话题，用英语写一篇短文。 Everyone has experienced failure. In face of failure, people act differently. Some simply give up, while some still stick to what they are doing. How we respond to it decides whether we’ll succeed. 注意：①无须写标题，不得照抄英语提示语； ②除诗歌外，文体不限； ③内容必须结合校园生活中的一个事例； ④文中不得透露个人姓名和学校名称； ⑤词数 120 左右。