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高二英语必修五1-2单元复习练习题(新课标人教版)
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第一部分:单项选择题 (35小题;每小题1分,满分35)

ABCD四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项:

1.    The manager discussed the plan that they would like to see ___________ the next year.

A. carry out        B. carrying out       C. carried out       D. to carry out

2.    Mr. Brown was very disappointed to see the washing machine she had had ____ went wrong again.    

       A. it               B. it repaired        C. repaired         D. to be repaired

3.    In the past few years, we have had thousands of trees ___________ around our school.

A. plant           B. planted           C. planting          D. being planted

4.    Is this the recorder you want_________________?

A. to have repaired     B. to repair it         C. to have it repaired    D. it repaired

5.    She was glad to see her child well ___________ care of.

A. take                B. to be taken        C. taken                D. taking

6.    The result of the entrance exams was not made ____ to the public until last Thursday.

A. knowing            B. known             C. to know             D. to be known

7.    He found them __________ at a table___________.

A. sat; to play chess                          B. sitting; to play chess    

C. seated; playing chess                      D. seat; play the chess

8.    I can make you _____ what I say, but you can't make yourself ___________ in English.

A. understand; understand                    B. understand; understood

C. to understand; understand                  D. understand; to be understood

9.    The girl asked him not to leave the door________________.

A. to close          B. closed                C. to be closed       D. closing

10.  I have often heard the ABC Song ____, but I have never heard Alice __________ it.

A. to be sung; to sing    B. being sung; sang    C. sung; sing       D. sang; singing

11.  John rushed out in a hurry, _______________ the door________________.

A. leaving; unlocked     B. leaving; unlocking   C. left; unlocked    D. to leave; unlocking

12.  Before she came to England, she had never heard a single English word ___________.

A. speaking             B. spoken            C. to speak        D. speak

13.  __________ poor at English, I'm afraid I can't make myself _______________.

A. To be; understand                         B. I'm ; to understand   

C. Being; understanding                      D. Being; understood

14.  I have had my bike _____, and I'm going to have somebody______ my radio tomorrow.

A. repair; to repair                           B. repairing; to be repaired   

C. repaired; repair                           D. to repair; repairing

15.  You must get the work __________ before Friday.    

A. do                 B. to do              C. doing           D. done

16.  __________ the room, the nurse found the tape-recorder________________.

A. Entering; stealing                         B. Entering; gone    

C. To have entered; being stolen              D. Having entered; to be stolen

17.  When his wife returned, the husband noticed her hair __________ short.

A. cutting            B. to be cut            C. being cut       D. cut

18.  The students are told to have their homework __________ in before tomorrow afternoon.

A. hand             B. to hand              C. handed         D. handing

19.  We are pleased to see the problem _____________   so quickly.

A. settled         B. having been settled       C. be settled      D. settling

20.  The ______________ professor found the matter__________________.

A. surprising; surprised                        B. surprised; surprised

C. surprised; surprising                        D. surprising; surprising

21.  _____in the queue for half an hour, Tom suddenly realized that he had left his wallet at home.

A. To wait       B. Have waited         C. Having waited      D. To have waited

22.  It takes a long time to prepare the dish but it is so delicious that it's worth the________.

A. effort        B. courage             C. adventure          D. consequence

23.  __________  what the hero had done, what I did is almost__________.

A. Compared to; nothing                B. Compared with; everything

C. Comparing to; something             D. Comparing with; anything

24.   ____  sunshine and some rainfall promise a good harvest of fruits and vegetables this year.

A. A large quantity of                       B. Large quantities of  

C. A large number of                       D. A good many

25.  It was in the university ten years ago, _________  they met in September for the first time,_________  they fell in love with each other.

A. that; when         B. when; that          C. that; where         D. where; that

26.  --- I saw the Smiths at West Beijing Station this afternoon.

--- You __________. They are still on holiday in Hawaii.

A. mustn't have       B. shouldn't           C. couldn't have       D. needn't

27.  Road accident victims __________ almost a quarter of the hospital patients.

A. make off           B. make up           C. make out          D. make for

28.  I like _________ in the autumn when the weather is clear and bright.

A. this               B. that                C. it                 D. one

29.  --- Sorry, I'm afraid I can't go camping with you. I have to make a good preparation for

the entrance college examinations.

--- __________!  We can camp together next time.

A. Don't say so        B. Congratulations      C. Good luck       D. Don't mention it.

30.  All the doctors in the hospital insisted that the man_________ badly wounded and that

he ________ at once.

A. should be; be operated on                  B. were; must be operated on

C. was; should be operated                   D. was; be operated on

31.  Your casual clothes were not ______ for such a formal occasion. You'd better get changed.

A. aggressive       B. appropriate           C. contemporary      D. permanent

32.  The train was ________ to arrive at 11:30, but was an hour late.

A. about            B. likely                C. certain             D. supposed

33.  ________  in 1936, Harvard is one of the most famous universities in the United States.

A. Founded         B. Founding            C. It was founded      D. Being founded

34.  The students entered the classroom, smiling and _______, and _______ down to have their lessons.

A. talked; sat                            B. talking; sitting      

C. talking; sat                           D. talked; sitting

35.  Do you expect ______ to be a possibility that we shall be able to afford the particular furniture we need?        

A. there           B. that               C. one             D. it

第二部分:完形填空题(20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30)         阅读下面短文,

从短文后所给各题的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项:

Anna Douglas was 72 years old when she started writing her newspaper column. She had been a school teacher before she retired, but she needed to keep   36 . She was even willing to work without  37  . She then offered her   38  with a business that helped other business find jobs for old people. Every day she   39  other old folks like her. By talking with them, she   40  two things. Old people had abilities that were not used. But old people also had some   41  . She found a new purpose for herself then.

   Through the years, she used to write stories about people for national magazines. There was now a new  42  : Old people like herself. She began to write a   43  column called Sixty Plus, which was about   44 old. She writes about the problems of old people, especially their problems with being  45.

   Anna Douglas uses her   46 ability to see the truth behind a problem. She understands   47  problems begins. For example, one of her  48  said that his grandchildren  49  the houses as soon as he came to visit. Mrs. Douglas  50  some ways for him to understand his grandchildren.

   It's important to know  51 about your children's world,says Mrs. Douglas. That means questioning and listening, and  52  is not what old people do best. Say good things to them and about them,she continued. Never try to   53  your grandchildren or other people. Never  54  your opinion. Don't tell them what they should do.  55 , they have been taught they should have respected for old people. The old should respect them as well.

36.  A. free           B. rich           C. powerful            D. busy

 37.  A. rest           B. respect        C. pay                D. purpose

 38.  A. service        .B. money        C. students            D. books

 39.  A. observed       B. met           C. comforted          D. answered

 40.  A. recognized     .B. followed       C. enjoyed            D. demanded

 41.  A. mistakes       B. problems       C. questions          D. characters

 42.  A. subject        .B. life            C. way                D. plan

 43.  A. story          B. magazine       C. newspaper         D. business

 44.  A. getting        .B. respecting      C. employing          D. supporting

 45.  A. unknown      .B. refused         C. misunderstood      D. discouraged

46.  A. thinking       .B. working        C. writing            D. leading

47.  A. that           B. when          C. why               D. whether

48.  A. visitors        B. readers         C. listeners           D. friends

49.  A. escaped       B. entered         C. left               D. passed

50.  A. invented       B. chose          C. suggested          D. imagined

51.  A. everything     .B. something      C. anything           D. nothing

52.  A. listening       B. speaking       C. pleasing            D. advising

53.  A. praise         B. scold          C. trouble             D. encourage

54.  A. speak out      B. give up        C. get back            D. stick to

55.  A. Commonly     B. Surprising      C. Happily            D. Naturally

第三部分  阅读理解(20小题;每小题2分,满分40)

        

阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项:

A

Everyone wants some degree of success. Many people believe that they deserve success simply because they believe that they deserve success.

But there is a widespread belief that people who get on in life may be successful not because they deserve it, but because of influential (有影响的)  friends or the right background. Sometimes it may just be a comforting and harmless belief, while at the other extreme it can be very destructive. I once met a brilliant young engineer who worked in a chemical plant. Because of her knowledge and experience, she should have been promoted to Production Manager. Instead, the job went to a man who was totally unsuited for the post. Everyone knew that he only got it because he was politically acceptable to his superiors (上司). This injustice discouraged the young engineer and many of her colleagues. It also meant that the factory was much less efficient than it could have been.

At the same, we should not be pessimistic (悲观的). More and more then modern world depends on having people who are in the job because they are good enough, not just because their faces fit. There is a story of a factory owner who sent for an engineer to see to a machine which would not go. He examined it, then took out a hammer and tapped, once. The machine started up immediately. When he presented his bill, the owner protested, This can't be right! $ 100 just for tapping a machine with a hammer?The engineer wrote out a new bill: For tapping a machine, $1; for knowing where to tap. $99.

56. The engineer at the chemical plant was not promoted because _____.

A. it was politically less good for the boss to accept her than the man

B. her boss did not think she had the fight qualifications for the job

C. the man who got the promotion was more experienced than she was

D. it is more difficult for a woman to get a promotion than for her male colleague

57. The engineer who repaired the machine was right in charging $ 100 because____.

A. he hit the machine to get it started again

B. the factory owner could not have repaired it himself

C. he was charging for his knowledge and expert skills

D. he was the only person who could find out what was wrong with it

58. What can we learn about the author's attitude toward the widespread belief that people get on in life may be successful not because they deserve it?

A. He quite agrees with it.         

B. He doesn't express his opinion his opinion at it.

C. He completely disagrees with it.          

D. He doesn't quite agree with it.

59. According to the text, which of the following is NOT true?

A. Having influential friends or right background seems helpful sometimes.

B. The engineer had good reason to overcharge the factory owner.

C. Not all those who are good in their jobs have the chance to be promoted.

D. Those who are good in their jobs are still largely needed by the modern society.

B

Art Lecture:

Artist Zhang Xiaogang from Tsinghua Academy of Fine Arts will give a lecture on Chinese contemporary culture and art on Saturday afternoon.

A painter himself, Zhang will mainly talk about the past twenty years.

Tickets: 50 Yuan (US$6)

Time/ Date: 8:00 to 10:00 pm, March 8 (Sat.)

Lees Antique Carpet, in the Kent Centre,

Liangmaqiao Lu, Chaoyang District

Tel: 88545731

Make-up Fun

Learn to paint Peking Opera masks (脸谱) with artists on Sunday.

The artists will explain the basic meaning of each type. After that, you get a chance to paint your own face or to be painted by the artists as a monkey, lady and so on. Materials are prepared.

Tickets:30 Yuan (US$3.60)/20 Yuan (US$2.40) for students and children; extra 20 Yuan charged for the artists to do the make-up for you.

Time/Date: 2:30 to 4:30 pm, March 9.

Lee's Antique Carpet, in the Kent Centre,

Liangmaqiao Lu, Chaoyang District

Tel:88514913

Rolling Stones Show

Tickets for the Rolling Stones Beijing concert from 7:30 to 10:00 pm on Saturday, March 15 at Beijing Workers' Stadium are now on sale.

Ticket prices are from 280, 500, 1000, 2000 to 3000 Yuan.

Booking hotline: 65546917, 65546918 and 65541021

60. What can we learn from the passage?

A. All the events are to take place for adults.

B. All the events are to take place on weekends.

C. All the events are to take place in the afternoon.

D. All the events are to take place in the same place.

61. The underlined word contemporaryprobably means _____

A. past                 B. old                C. modern           D. different

62. If you are a grown-up, which of the following is NOT covered in your 30 Yuan ticket for the make-up Fun?

A. You use the materials.                

B. You paint your own face.

C. The artists paint your face for you.      

D. The artists introduce different types of masks.

63. If you're a fan of Rolling Stones and want to go to their concert, which telephone number will you call?

  A. 88545731         B. 64301398        C. 88514913       D. 65546918

C

Like business and industry, the academic world is changing with technology Advancing. A library is one place where we can see changes. Many innovative(革新的) things are happening in both public and university libraries. Libraries using new equipment and techniques for research, and librarians are teaching students the new techniques.

One service that some university libraries are now providing is a computer search of materials for students doing research. Before starting a research project, students may check with their library to see if a computer search is worthwhile. This kind of search cannot help with all research projects, but it can save time if the topic is in the computer's database(数据库). When you are doing a manual (人工的) search for a research paper, you look at all the indexes(索引) suitable for the research topic. You look up the words related to the topic in the indexes. It takes many hours to look up this information and write down the references. A computer search is faster and easier. You and a librarian decide on the words to enter the computer. The computer looks for these words in this database and gives you a list of reference for your topic. A computer can take two or more ideas and produce references that combine those ideas. A computer search can also be more complete than a manual search.

College and university libraries are providing other technological services as well. Another change is the frequent use of microfilm. Libraries are able to collect building by having newspapers, magazines, and other documents on microfilm. Students use microfilm readers in the library for these materials.

These innovations in libraries are helpful to library users, but they are also expensive. Many libraries are facing budget problems. There is more technology available today; as a result, libraries are facing budget problem. There is more technology available today; as a result, libraries are paying higher costs for the equipment that makes researches easier.

64. Before a research begins, students may find out in the library_____.

A. if librarians are helpful to them        

B. if a computer search will be useful

C. if a computer writes out a list of the words they entered

D. if the computer looks through its database to choose their topic

65. When the computer's database includes the research topic_____.

A. computer searches can save time

B. computer searches are useless for most kinds of research

C. computer searches are not helpful before the research project

D. a computer search for materials is the best way to begin any type of research

66. Libraries can keep larger amounts of materials by _____.

A. buying a lot of newspapers

B. using different indexes from other university libraries

C. collecting more information on other university building

D. having microfilm copies of newspapers and other documents

67. What can be concluded from the last paragraph?

A. Technological innovations are helpful but expensive.

B. Libraries have budget problems because it is easier to use newspapers.

C. Libraries have budget problems because of the many library users.

D. Technological equipment makes research easier for the library

                                                                                   D

Many people like the feeling of the gentle wind in spring. Many like to see the falling leaves dancing in the wind in autumn. But sometimes, when the wind becomes a storm, it can be very destructive (毁灭性的).

A series of such storms struck the US last month and caused very serious damage and human pain.

Every year, major storms cause many problems around the world. There is nothing people can do to stop these powerful forces of nature. But new techniques are helping scientists to predict(预测) how, when, and where big storms will happen. The more exact scientistswarnings are, the better people can prepare for the storms.

Predictions are improving. Weve gotten better over the years, especially the last few years,says Phil Klotzback, a scientist at an American university. How is a storm formed? Even if scientists know where a storm will happen, winds can suddenly change, carrying the storm to a new direction. For a hurricane to happen, conditions have to be just right,Klotzback says.

    First, the ocean water needs to be warm enough so that it evaporates and rises into the air. As it rises, the vapor(水蒸气) cools and turns back into liquid. This process gives off heat. This produces energy like an engine that causes winds to increase. It drives the formation of a hurricane.

If wind speeds reach 40 miles per hour, the system is called a tropical storm, and it gets a name. At 75 miles per hour, it becomes a hurricane.

Hurricanes that hit the US start when a thunderstorm forms off the coast Africa. Storms also develop over tropical waters in other parts of the world.

On average, 60 or 70 storms form off Africa every year. About 10 of them get names. There are usually about six hurricanes. Two tend to be very big, with winds of 115 miles per hour of higher.

The hurricane season lasts from June to November. Ninety percent of all hurricanes hit in August, September and October.

68. According to the text, hurricanes usually ____.

A. form off the coast of Africa and America

B. hit parts of the world in summer and autumn

C. cause sea winds to rise and blow over the sea

D. travel at 40 miles per hour and get its name

69. The underlined word evaporates(in Paragraph 5) probably means ____

  A. begins to move      B. gets lost       C. becomes hot     D. changes into a gas

70. Which of the following about the information of a hurricane is the correct order?

  a. The ocean water evaporates and goes into the air.

  b. Heat creates energy and causes winds to increase.

  c. The vapor cools.                        

d. The ocean water is warm enough.

  e. The vapor changes back into liquid.       

f. This course gives out heat.

  A. a, d, e, b, c, f       B. a, b, c, f, d, e      C. d, a, c, e, f, b     D. d, a, b, c, e, f

71. According to the text, the speed of the biggest two hurricanes reaches _____.

   A. 115 miles per hour                     B. 170 miles per hour   

C. 75 miles per hour                      D. 135 miles per hour

E

      Health food is a general term applied to all kinds of food that are considered more healthful than the types of food sold in supermarkets. For example, whole grains, dried beans, and corn oil are health foods. A narrower classification of health food is natural food. This is used to distinguish between types of the same food. Raw honey is a natural sweetener,(甜味佐料) whereas refined sugar is not. Fresh fruit is a natural food, but canned food, with sugars and other additives(添加剂)is not. The most precise term of all and the narrowest classification within health foods is organic food, used to describe food that has been grown on particular kind of farm. Fruits and vegetables that are grown in gardens that are treated only with organic fertilizers, that are not sprayed with poisonous insecticides(杀虫剂), and that are not refined after harvest, are organic foods. Meats, fish, dairy and poultry products from animals that are fed only organically-grown feed and that are not injected with hormones(激素) are organic foods.

      In choosing the type of food you eat, then, you have basically two choices: inorganic, processed foods, or organic, unprocessed foods. A wise decision should include investigation of the reason why processed foods contain chemicals, some of which are proved to be toxic and why vitamin content is greatly reduced in processed foods.

      Bread is typically used by health food advocates as an example of a processed food. First, the seeds form which the grain is grown are treated with a chemical which is extremely toxic. Later the grain is sprayed with a number of very toxic insecticides. After the food has been made into flour, it is made white with another chemical which is also toxic. Next, a dough conditioner is added along with a softener. The conditioner and softener are poisonous, and in fact, the softener has sickened and killed experimental animals.

      A very toxic anti-fungal (抗真菌的)compound is added to keep the bread from getting moldy.

      Other foods from the supermarket would show a similar pattern of processing and preserving. You see, we buy our food on the basis of smell, color, and texture, instead of vitamin content, and manufacturers give us what we want-even if is poisonous. The alternative? Eat health foods!

72. What does this passage mainly talk about?

A. Health food.    B. The processing of bread.  C. Organic gardens.  D. Poisons

73. Which term is used to distinguish between types of the same food?

A. Refined foods  B. Unprocessed foods       C. Organic foods     D. Natural foods

74. What do all of the additives in bread have in common?

A. They are all organic.           B. They are all poisonous.

C. They have all killed laboratory animals.

D. They are all used to keep the bread from getting moldy.

75. What happens to food when it is processed?

A. The ultimate content remains the same.

B. Vitamin content is reduced altogether.

C. The vitamin content is greatly reduced.

D. Vitamin information is not available after processing.

第四部分:篇章结构(1节,满分10)

 下面是两篇报刊文章,请将标有A-F的段落插入文章中标号为76~80的合适位置,

使文章意义完整,结构连贯;其中有一个段落时多余的。

Born on June 12, 1929, Annelies Marie Frank was the second daughter of Otto and Edith Frank, middle-class Jews from Frankfurt, Germany. When Anne was four, the Franks fled the Nazis to Amsterdam.   76    

The Franks and four friends survived undiscovered for 25 months with the help of some of Otto Frank's employees until an informer; most likely a warehouse clerk sold them out.

Anne and the others were sent to Auschwitz(奥斯维辛). Nine months after they were arrested, she and her sister died of typhus(伤寒) and starvation in Bergen-Belsen, another concentration camp, in March of 1945. She was fifteen years old   77

After the war, Otto Frank returned to Amsterdam, where he received Annes diary, saved during the war by one of the familys helpers, Miep Gies.

 78   Anything but uninteresting, Anne Franks diary stands as perhaps the single most poignant (痛苦的) human document of historys most inhuman event. During the time she spent hiding from the Nazis with her family, Anne recorded her innermost thoughts on life, puberty  (青春期) and family.    79

Anne Franks diary was first published in 1947. In1953, the notebooks were put out in the United States as the Diary of a Young Girl.  80

A. Of the eight, only Otto Frank survived.

B. Over the course of 25 months in the hiding place, Anne recorded her experiences while hiding from German troops.

C. Seven years later, Germany invaded (侵略) the Netherlands, and Otto, who ran a business selling things to Dutch women, immediately made plans to hide his family in the attic (阁楼) of a warehouse (仓库) in Amsterdams narrow old quarter.

D. Today, her diary has been translated into 67 languages and is one of the most widely read books in the world.

E. After a long journey, Otto Frank finally returns to Amsterdam on June3, 1945. During this trip, he hears that his life has died in Auschwitz. Though he is still hopeful that his daughters are alive.

F. Over every word the Gestapo, the German secret polite threat hangs there. Yet a tender and touching optimism fills the young writer's pages.

第五部分:书面表达(1节,满分25)

姓名

李珊

性别

年龄

40

籍贯

广东广州市

毕业学校

华南师大

参加工作时间

1985.8

何年何月参加何种党派

1982.7.1日参加中国共产党

1.       以学生利益为重,教书育人。

2.       上课生动有趣,易懂难忘。

3.       对学生即严格又亲切,总是热情鼓励。

4.       不断改进教学方法,教学质量年年提高,多次被评为模范教师。

5.       受到师生和社会人士的尊重,受到教育部门的嘉奖。

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     注意:   1. 词数100左右;   2. 可根据内容要点适当增加细节,以使行文连贯

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Ms. Li Shan is our English teacher, at the age of 40. She is from Guangzhou City in Guangdong Province. She began to work in August in 1985 after graduating from South China Normal University. And she joined the Communist Party of China on July 1st, 1982.

Ms. Li always puts the interests of the students before her own. She has a unique way of making her classes interesting and lovely. Her lessons are easily understood and unforgettable.

She is not only strict with her students but also kind to them. She always encourages them to be good students. She keeps trying to improve her teaching quality year by year. So she has been elected a model teacher for many times.

Ms. Li was given a medal by the educational department for what she had done. She is greatly loved and respected by the people both in school and in society.

 

 

 

 
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