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高一人教新课标必修3 unit 1 Festivals around the world复习试题
  作者:周海鹰 浙江省临海市灵江中学  发布时间:2011-10-10

Worksheet for Revision of Unit 1 Book3 

                                                       姓名_________ 号次_____

Review card for this unit(复习)                                                          

Words

n.

beauty_____ origin_____ ancestor______ bone_____ belief______ poet_____ independence_____ agriculture_____ clothing____ custom______ permission_____ parking_______

v.

starve_____ gain______ admire______ drown______ wipe______ forgive______ apologize______

n./v.

harvest______ trick______ gather_____ award____

n./adj.

Christian______

adj.

religious______ independent______ energetic______ worldwide______ obvious______

n./v./adj.

fool_____________

Expressions

take place_________ \ in memory of_________ \ dress up______ \ play a trick on______ \ look forward to______\ day and night_______ \ as though______ \ have fun with_______ \ turn up_________\ keep one’s word_______\ hold one’s breath______\ remind … of________

Structures

1.The country , covered with cherry tree flowers, looks as though it is

covered with pink snow. as though/as if引导表语从句-好像;covered with 过去分词短语作定语- “被。。。覆盖”)

2.  It was obvious that the manager of the coffee shop was waiting for Li Fang to leave.(it 作形式主语-“很显然。。。”)

Grammar

Modal Verbs (I )--- may, might, will, would, can, could, shall, should, must

Topic

Festivals.\ How festivals begin. \ How festivals are celebrated.

Revision

custom n.  a) sth. people do that is traditional or usual

          b) sth. a particular person regularly does

    eg. 当地的习俗和传统 ___________________________ (  )

       On Wednesday evening, as was his custom , he went down to the village.(  ) 

--- customer n. Discounts are available for our regular customers.

            ______________________

gain v.   gain experience\ fame \ independence \ weight ______________________

        No pains, no gains. _________________

apologize \ apologise v. 因某事向某人道歉 apolpgize to sb. for (doing) sth.

                                    = make an apology to sb. for sth.

        你应该为你的迟到向老师道歉。

        You should ______________________________________.

*How to respond to an apology?

 *That’s OK( all right)./ It doesn’t matter./ _______________./ __________________./ __________________./_____________________.

award v.      award sb. sth. 颁发给某人某物 be awarded for 因。。。而受奖

--- reward    eg. He won the _______ for the best student of the year.

               他获本年度优秀学生奖。

               He received a medal as a __________ for his courage.

               他得到一枚奖章作为对他勇敢的奖赏。

obvious adj.     It’s obvious that he is wrong. =                        

---obviously adv.  Obviously, he is wrong. =     

It is + adj. +that从句 eg. It’s necessary ( ________ \ _________\ ________\ _________ \_________ …)that …

as if \ as though  The child talks as if she were an adult.( _____状从、_____语气)

               It looks as if it’s going to rain . _______从句)

remind v.   remind____________ 使某人想起某事

           remind ____________ 提醒某人做某事

           remind ____________ 提醒某人、使某人想起

         eg.这些照片使我想起我的童年。

           These photos _______________________________.

           请提醒我每天服三次药。

           Please _____________________________________.

           我提醒他必须在天黑前回家。

           I _________________________________________.

take place 发生

          take the place of __________   take one’s place ___________

          in place __________________  in place of ________________

          in the first place ____________  out of place ________________

          make place for _______________ place of interest _______________

turn up    Though late for almost an hour , he turned up at last. = ________

          The lost book turned up under the desk. = _________

          Turn up the radio and I want to listen to the weather report. = ________

          Farmers are busy turning up the soil for planting new crops. = ________

          He’s still hoping something will turn up. = ________

Revision Exercises

*Complete the passage according to the text:

用下列词组或首字母的单词补全填空:

 as though \ day and night \ dress up \ get together \ have fun with\

in memory of \ in the shape of \ look forward to  \ play a trick on

Festivals and celebration of all kinds have been h_____ everywhere.

For the Japanese festival of the Dead, people should go to clean graves and light incense _____________ their ancestors. In Mexico, people celebrate the Day of the Dead by eating food __________________ skulls and cakes. The Western holiday Halloween is now a children’s f________ ,when they can ______________ and go to their neighbours’ homes to ask for weets or ______________ them.

Festivals can also be held to h_________ famous people. The Dragon Boat Festival in China honours the famous p________ , Qu Yuan. India has a national festival to honour Gandhi, the leader who helped g____ India’s i___________ from Britain.

Harvest and Thanksgiving festivals can be very happy events w_____ people are grateful because their food is g________ for winter.Some people might win a________ for their farm produce. China and Japan have mid-autumn festivals, when people a______ the moon.

The most important festivals are the ones that __________ the end of winter and to the coming of spring. In China, People _______ to have meals, c_________ the Lunar New Year together. People in western countries dance in the street _________, with loud music and colourful c________ of all kinds. In spring , c______ with cherry tree flowers , Japan looks ___________ it is covered with pink now.

People love to get together to eat , drink and _____________ cach other, Flstivals let us enjoy life, be proud of our c________ and forget our work for a little while.

*Reading:

Sometimes it's good to play on the dark side

FROM Global Times by Christopher Williams

PUBLISHED: 2010-10-29 

导读:万圣节(Halloween)将至,作为洋节正在日益被中国年轻人所接受,在老外眼中这个节日蕴含了怎样的理念?在中国过这个节日,又能看出怎样的文化差异?

The first time that I celebrated Halloween in China, I was walking down a street of bars and nightclubs. I was carrying a walking stick while wearing a long black leather overcoat and a rubber mask that I had just bought. The mask looked like the face of a withered old man with stringy white hair, so that I must have looked like an undertaker(送葬人).As I passed the open doorway of a small club I stopped, turned, and stared into the eyes of a hostess. She screamed and ran inside. So, I followed her into the club, behind the bar, through the kitchen and out through the rear door into an alleyway, with her running and screaming the whole time.
    Now, I am not proud of doing this to the poor woman, but the point is that somehow Halloween gives you an excuse to be something you’re not, usually something dark, scary and powerful. It’s a difficult temptation to resist taking it a little too far sometimes.
    China has a long history with ghosts. For many people, these spirits are a very real part of the world and are treated with respect and fear.In China, most such apparitions
(幽灵) are the spirits of dead ancestors who must be constantly appeased(平息) with offerings of food, paper money and so on. This is no laughing matter, and tending to the needs of the departed (亡者)is one of a family’s biggest social responsibilities.
    In the US, we are more playful with our ghosts and our superstitions
(迷信). We treat Halloween as a time of frightening celebration.Children in school make their own crazy costumes(化妆服) and have various contests for which one is most creative, or scariest, or best overall. You can of course buy a rubber mask, and in an instant transform yourself into a wolf or a demon(恶魔)or even a famous personality like Bill Clinton. The whole point is to become something or someone else for one night and to completely accept the fantastic.For myself, I tend to make elaborate (精美的)costumes rather than simply buying one. I gather raw material from things I have lying around the house or from various shops and then combine them into extremely ugly new forms.

Halloween gives you permission to be silly, to be terrifying, to be weird(古怪的), and in fact it rewards you for it.I think in China this idea could be a popular one in the future.Modern life is moving ever faster, with people consumed by pragmatic concerns of money, status and obligations(责任). There's little time left to enjoy life and have fun.
The festival of Halloween can give anyone a safe place for playing dress-up for a day.People can take on new personalities, and reinvent
(重塑) themselves according to their wildest flight of fancy. They might actually discover something new about their inner spirit that will last the rest of the year.                                              495words

Qs: 1. How did the writer celebrate Halloween in China?

   2. What’s the woman’s feeling when she saw the writer at that moment?

   3. How do Chinese people treat ghosts?

   4. How do people celebrate Halloween in the US?

   5. How do you understand the title “ Sometimes it’s good to play on the dark side”?

 

*Homework: writing

 对待鬼神,中西方国家有文化差异:

中国

美国

你的看法

*鬼神是祖先的灵魂

*严肃对待,心怀敬畏

*不拿鬼神开玩笑

*抱有娱乐心态

*万圣节可以荒唐搞笑,尽情享受

*受益良多

… …

 

Beginning with:

As for ghosts, there are some culture differences between China and the US. In China,_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 

 
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