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必修五Unit4单元检测卷(新课标人教版)
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第一部分 (61)

I. 单项选择(共15,每小1分,15分)

1.  Once a reporter receives his assignment from the chief-editor, he has to ______ on his work and tries his best to work on it until the chief-editor ______ it.  

A. fix his attention; approves    B. focus; proves of  

C. concentrate; approves of     D. get down; approves

2.  _______ avoid possible embarrassment, Tom ______ignores her former girlfriend whenever he sees her.

A. In order to; deliberately    B. As to; intentionally

C. So as to; purposely       D. So that to; on purpose

3.  In the murder case, the suspect ______ all the charges against him, so the police had to collect new evidence and ______ new strategies to prove that he was guilty of the crime.

A. refused; employ   B. rejected; apply   C. denied; employ   D. turned down ; use

4.  Reporters are _______ to get all facts straight, present their stories fairly and never give opinions that are objective.

   A. believed     B. supposed     C. thought    D. considered

5.  The idea of your article is quite original but the language needs _______ a little.

   A. being polished    B. to be rewritten    C. rewriting    D. to be polished

6.  If you want to start your own photographing company, you'd employ someone who knows _______, which can contribute to the success of your business.

   A. the tricks of the trade        B. the trades of the trick  

C. the tricks of trade           D. tricks of the trade

7.  I once worked in the English Department in the university but I got laid off because I _____ the courses required for further education. Meanwhile my colleagues were still there, ______ easy money.

   A. hadn't taken; making    B. didn't take; making

C. hadn't taken; made    D. didn't take; made

8.  The work of professional sectaries is so ______ that few people like to apply for it; it demands of not only high working efficiency bust also ______ available all the time. As a result, they are ______ great demand.

   A. demanding; being; in    B. demanded; being; in  

C. demanding; be; in       D. tiring; being; of

9.  Hardly had we got the project completed before the deadline when I _______ that a group of experts would come to _______ it. But to my disappointment, the so-called experts seemed to be totally amateurs to me.

   A. was informed of; assess       B. was informed; inspect   

C. was told; value            D. became informed; see

10.  The only son of the family was put in a _______ as to whether to stay with his parents or _______ with his sweetheart.

   A. dilemma; run away        B. position; get away  

C. situation; put up          D. difficulty; break away

11.  Just a few months before the examination the lazy bone studied day and night _______ that he should fail.

   A. in case     B. so long as    C. for fear    D. on condition

12.  Not until you told me what had happened, ________.

        A. didn't I know anything about it    B. I knew nothing about it

        C. did I know anything about it       D. had not I known anything about it

13.  Only when _______ in 1941, _______ to get back to his research again.

A. was the war over; was he able     B. the war was over; did he able

C. was the over; he was able        D. the war was over; was he able

14.  My mother suggested that not only ______ study hard myself but also _____help my sister.

A. I should; I should  B. should I; should I  C. should I; I should  D. I should; should I

15.  In no case ________ what you have done for us and at no time ______ your kindness. .

       A. I shall forget; I will forget        B. shall I forget; shall I forget    

C. shall I forget; I shall forget        D. forget I shall; forget I shall

 

II 完形填空(共20,每小1.5分,30分)

One evening, Mr Green was driving his car along a lonely country road. He had __16___ $10 000 from the bank in town. Suddenly a man in rags stopped him and asked for ___17___. Mr Green told him to get on and continued his way. ___18___ he talked to the man, he _____19___ that he had just broken out of prison. Mr Green was very afraid at the ____20_____ of the money. Suddenly he saw a policecar and had a ___21___ idea. He ___22_____ speed and drove as quickly as possible. Then he found the police-car running ____23_____ him. After a mile _____24___ the police-car passed him and ordered him to stop. A policeman came up. Mr Green had hoped to tell him about the trouble but the man put a gun to Mr Green's ___25___.

The policeman said he wanted Mr Green's name and __26__ and Mr Green obeyed. The policeman wrote it down in his notebook and put it in his ___27___. You ___28___ appear at the police station. He said. Then he talked to Mr Green about ___29____ driving. Mr Green started up his car again. He had ___30____ all hope of his 10,000, but as he reached a more lonely part, the robber said he wanted to ___31___. Mr Green stopped and the man said. ____32____. Youve been ___33___ to me. This is what I can do in ___34____.And he handed Mr Green the policeman's ___35___, which was stolen while the policeman was talking to Mr Green.

16. A. taken B. held  C. brought  D. drawn

17. A. money  B. help  C. a lift  D. a ride

18. A. As  B. Since  C. Then  D. Because

19. A. recognized B. learned C. supposed D. expected

20. A. sight  B. idea  C. touch  D. thought

21. A. fast  B. bright  C. strange  D. bad

22. A. put on  B. got on  C. took on  D. had on

23. A. behind  B. with  C. after  D. beside

24. A. and so   B. or so  C. and so on   D. or so on

25. A. head  B. shoulder  C. back  D. neck

26. A. number  B. home  C. place  D. address

27. A. car  B. pocket  C. hand  D. trousers

28. A. shall  B. will  C. would  D. need

29. A. careful  B. normal  C. drunk  D. dangerous

30. A. held out  B. build up  C. given up  D. turn over

31. A. run away  B. break away  C. set out  D. get out

32. A. I'm sorry  B. You're welcome  C. That's all right  D. Thank you

33. A. kind  B. polite  C. known  D. necessary

34. A. all  B. fact  C. return  D. the end

35. A. gun  B. pen  C. money  D. notebook

 

III  阅读理解(共8,每小2分,16分)

第一节:阅读下列短文,从每题所给的ABCD四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

 A

George Banks was a clever journalist. He worked for a good newspaper, and he liked arguing very much. He argued with anybody, and about anything. Sometimes the people whom he argued with were as clever as he was, but often they were not.

He did not mind arguing with stupid people at all: he knew that he could never persuade them to agree, because they could never really understand what he was saying, and the stupider they were, the surer they were that they were right; but he often found that stupid people said very amusing things.

At the end of one argument which George had with one of these less clever people, the man said something which George has always remembered and which has always amused him. It was, Well, Sir, you should never forget this: there are always three answers to every question: you answer, my answer, and the correct answer.

36. It seemed to George as if ________.

A. it was more interesting to argue with as clever people as he was

B. it was more interesting to argue with clever people than with stupid ones

C. it was more interesting to argue with stupid people than with clever ones

D. it was no good arguing with stupid people 

37. From the passage we can conclude that________.

A. George did nothing but argue with others

B. George was a man full of sense of humour

C. George always won the arguments

D. What George said was difficult to understand 

38. Why didnt George mind arguing with stupid people? Because ________

A. he wanted to win the arguments

B. he wanted to make the arguments more heated

C. stupid people could be easily fooled

D. what stupid people said could often give him greater pleasure 

39. What one of the stupid people said at the end of one argument could be considered very________.

A. clever     B. stupid      C. strange    D. special

 

B

There were many beautiful buildings in ancient Rome, but the living conditions for ordinary people were bad. Most of their homes were so poorly made that they fell down or were fire hazards (=danger) with their steep, narrow wooden stairways. Most people were packed into apartment buildings that rose shakily (=unsafely) six to twelve floors above the ground. The apartments were rooms about three metres square, and each building housed about five hundred people.

These tall buildings faced each other across streets only three metres wide, so no sunlight reached the ground. Even so, apartments were costly, though cheaper places could be had outside Rome. But people wanted to be near their work and entertainment. So the streets became crowded and it was hard to move quickly. At night, the streets were filled with noise as food and supplies were brought into the city on wagons and carts.

40. In ancient Rome, most people lived in ________ apartments.

A. small and crowded        B. clean and tidy

C. spacious and sunny        D. tall and big 

41. The streets in ancient Rome were ________.

A. crowded and noisy      B. wide and bright

C. narrow and dark        D. both A and C 

42. People liked to live in Rome Because________.

A. the apartments were comfortable

B. the living expenses were low

C. they have no money to build houses outside the city

D. they wanted to enjoy the conveniences of the city 

43. This passage is mainly about ________ in ancient Rome.

A. the beautiful buildings            B. the living conditions of ordinary people

C. the streets and transportation     D. the food and daily supplies

第二部分(共69分)   

第一节  单词拼写  (共10,每小2分,19分)

根据句子意思和汉语提示,写出空缺的形式正确的单词。

1Building such a skyscraper is not an easy job; we must have enough _______ (专业) engineers.

2It was by accident that he broke the valuable vase.He didnt do that ______(故意).

3. He _________ (获得) a knowledge of computers by careful study.

4.Please state your name, age, and _________ (职业) on the form.

5.The handsome man over there is Mr. Rain, one of my __________(同事).

6.He will only see you by ___________ (约会,约定).

7.I dont _________ (赞成) of smoking in bed.

8.After a hard days work, I feel __________(彻底) tired.

9.Visitors to the museum are not allowed to take ___________ (照片).

10.They will be here in ten minutes. __________(在此期间), well have some coffee.

第二节 语填   (共10,每小2分,20分)

用下面方框中的短语的正确形式填空,使句子意思完整。

defend against      concentrate on      accuse of    

so as (not) to       depend on         be eager to do sth/for sth    

approve of        be supposed to      look forward to   

1The young __________________  knowledge.

2She __________  her husband _____  having broken his words.

3. I _______________  your earning some money ,but don't give up studying.

4. Stop talking and ________________  your work.

5. I _______________  get that job.

6. Go in quietly___________________  wake the baby.

7. They are ____________________  seeing you again soon.

8. Here we are well _________________  a surprise attack.

9. They weren't ___________________ enter the building by the back    door; however, the front door was locked.

10. Children _________________  their parents for food and clothing.

 

Unit 4 Making the news 答案

I.  单项选择

1--5 C  ACBD   610A AABA   1115 C CDCB

II 完形填空

16-20DCABD    21-25BACBC    26-30DBADC    31-35DDACD

III 阅读理解

36—39  C B D A   40—43 A D D B  

第二部分

第一节    单词拼写  (共10,每小1分,10分)

  1.professional   2.deliberately  3.acquired  4.occupation   5.colleagues

   6. appointment   7.approve   8.thoroughly  9. photographs  10. Meanwhile

第二节  语言结构    (共10,每小1分,10分)

1are eager for   2.accused of    3.approved of     4. concentrate on   

5. am eager to    6.so as not to    7.looking forward to   8. defended against

9. supposed to    10. depend on

 

 
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