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高一英语必修3第一单元练习题6

单项填空(共15小题;每小题1,满分15分)

1. Since you are an adult, you should be ________ of your parents’ help.

A. energetic                 B. obvious                    C. independent            D. religious

2. ---When shall we ________ to plant trees tomorrow?

  ---At six o’clock in the morning.

A. set off                     B. put off                     C. turn off                   D. take off

3. The rich man gave away a sum of money to the disaster-stricken area in ________ of those who had lost their lives.

A. case                        B. favor                        C. praise                       D. memory

4. With time going on, changes will ________ as we have expected.

A. happen                    B. occur                       C. take place                D. come about

5. We arranged to meet at the cinema at 7:30 pm, but he failed to ________.

A. turn down              B. turn off                    C. turn over                 D. turn up

6. The boy received a/an ________ from the government for his saving the woman’s life.

A. award                     B. reward                     C. prize                        D. quality

7. ---Excuse me, I want to use your computer to type a report.

  ---You ________ have my computer if you don’t take care of it.

A. shall not                  B. might not                 C. needn’t                    D. shouldn’t

8. We’ve had great fun with you, and look forward ________ you again in the near future.

A. to see                      B. to seeing                  C. at seeing                  D. on seeing

9. Tomb Sweeping Day always ________ us of the poem, Qingming, written by Du Mu more than 1, 000 years ago.

A. robs                        B. requires                    C. reminds                   D. informs

10. When we finally reached the top of the cliff and looked down, we couldn’t help ________.

A. holding our hands                                       B. holding our breath

C. holding our noses                                        D. holding our tongues

11. ---May I take this magazine out?

   ---No, you ________.

A. shouldn’t                B. ought not to            C. mustn’t                    D. may not

12. One day before Tomb Sweeping Day, people from all over this region came here to ________ the cherry blossoms.

A. envy                       B. admire                     C. appreciate                D. enjoy

13. ---Who ________ it be that is knocking at the door?

   ---It ________ be Father, but I’m not sure.

A. can; must                B. can; may                  C. must; can                 D. may; must

14. The white flowers are now in full bloom as if the fields ________ covered by snow.

A. were                       B. had been                  C. is                             D. has been

15. The kind lady ________ the naughty boy for what he had done.

A. frightened              B. fought                     C. failed                       D. forgave

完形填空(共20小题;每小题1. 5分,满分30分)

Christmas was a quiet affair when I was growing up. There were just my parents and __16__. I wished that some day I’d __17__ and have six children, and at __18__ my house would be full of __19__ and love.

I found the __20__ who shared my dream, but we had not __21__ the possibility of infertility(不能生育). So we asked for adoption and, within a year, he arrived. We called him our Christmas boy because he came to us during that season of joy, __22__ he was just six years old. Then nature __23__ us again. Within two years we __24__ biological children to the family—not as many as we had hoped for, __25__ compared with __26__ childhood, three made an entirely __27__ crowd.

As our Christmas boy grew, he made it clear that only he had the special skill to select and decorate(装饰)the Christmas __28__ each year. He started his Christmas gift list __29__ before we’d finished the Thanksgiving turkey(感恩节火鸡). He encouraged us to sing songs, using our froglike __30__ comparing with his musical gift of perfect voice.

Our friends thought that adopted children were not the same and they were __31__. Our Christmas boy brought __32__ into our lives with his cheer and his wit. He made us look and act better than we did.

Then on his 26th Christmas, he left us as __33__ as he had come. He was killed in a car accident in an icy Denver street, on his way home to his young wife and daughter. But first he had __34__ by our home to decorate our tree, as usual. His father and I sold our home, where memories clung(粘着)to every room. We moved to California, leaving __35__ our friends and church.

16. A. my friends        B. my brothers             C. my children             D. me

17. A. study                B. marry                       C. work                        D. love

18. A. night                 B. New Year                C. Christmas                D. home

19. A. energy              B. people                      C. child                        D. hope

20. A. woman             B. man                         C. wife                         D. son

21. A. planned            B. wanted                    C. expected                 D. imagined

22. A. after                  B. before                      C. when                       D. until

23. A. disappointed    B. surprised                  C. interested                D. encouraged

24. A. brought             B. took                         C. hoped                      D. added

25. A. so                      B. because                    C. but                           D. while

26. A. quiet                 B. noisy                        C. happy                      D. exciting

27. A. satisfactory       B. important                 C. small                        D. necessary

28. A. house                B. card                         C. gift                          D. tree

29. A. ever                  B. still                          C. even                        D. yet

30. A. sounds              B. songs                       C. noises                      D. voices

31. A. right                  B. silly                          C. kind                         D. clever

32. A. color                 B. bright                       C. people                     D. dream

33. A. early                 B. late                          C. unexpectedly          D. happily

34. A. stopped            B. gone                        C. passed                     D. entered

35. A. behind              B. for                           C. away                       D. out

阅读理解(共20小题;每小题2分,满分40分)

A

Next Thursday, November 27ththe fourth Thursday in November, Americans will gather with family and friends to share a big meal to celebrate Thanksgiving. They might play games, tell stories or watch football on television together.

Angelo Rosa has more Thanksgiving memories than most people. From Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, the 100-year-old man lives in the same house where he celebrated a great number of Thanksgiving.

But he says it was different when he was a child. Mr. Rosa was just three when his family came to America. “When we were small children, Thanksgiving was never a very big holiday because at the time we actually didn’t pay too much attention to it.”But, also, he says, his parents faced a language difficulty. “They were from Italy and spoke very broken English, because they were the first generation that came over here.”

And the family had little money. There were six children. Mr. Rosa’s father was a coal miner in Pennsylvania. The family was not able to have big, costly dinners, especially during the hard time of the 1930’s. But Mr. Rosa says Thanksgiving dinners became a tradition in his own family after he married and had children.

This Thanksgiving, Angelo Rosa will go to the home of his daughter about twenty minutes away. He will celebrate the day with loved ones, including his great-grandchildren.

On the other side of the century, Cathie Dahlstrom is preparing dishes for a group of 35 to 40 people in Concord, California. We asked Ms Dahlstrom what she is thankful for this year; her first answer is “The election.”She said she is also deeply grateful for her very large family. Ms Dahlstrom has one daughter. She has five younger brothers and sisters. She also has eight stepbrothers and stepsisters. Many of them and their families will be at the Thanksgiving dinner.

36. Angelo Rosa has more Thanksgiving memories than most people because________.

A. he comes from Italy                                    B. he has a large family

C. he has a longer life                                      D. he has a much older house

37. At Mr. Rosa’s childhood, Thanksgiving was not a big holiday for the following reasons EXCEPT ________.

A. the family couldn’t afford expensive dinners

B. the family couldn’t communicate well with the local people

C. the family didn’t recognize it as an important holiday

D. during the 1930’s no one could afford expensive dinners

38. From Ms Dahlstrom’s words, we can infer that ________.

A. she is content with both her family, relatives and the society

B. she is thankful for her effort in the election and her family

C. she has always been celebrating Thanksgiving this way

D. her daughter has a large family with stepbrothers and stepsisters

39. As a whole, Thanksgiving in America is________.

A. a happy gathering with family members, relatives and friends

B. a grand family dinner party as well as a tourist holiday

C. a great social gathering of entertainment and achievement

D. a large gathering of people of different generations

40. Who probably wrote the passage?

A. A close friend of Mr. Rosa.

B. A journalist for a radio or TV station.

C. A university student who majors in history.

D. An actress who wants to experience real life.

B

Three weeks before the May Day holiday, Tong Zhuo, a 24-year-old computer engineer in Nanjing, started getting busy. He was trying to get in touch with friends on MSN to arrange a trip to the annual Midi Music Festival in Beijing during the holiday.

Although Tong failed in his job-hunt, he felt less frustrated after visiting the festival at the invitation of a friend. “It was the first time that I had seen so many crazy people gathered together. When the music reached a climax, people kept yelling, jumping and humping each other. You felt excited even if you weren’t as high as they were,” recalled Tong.

Midi, which is held May 1—4, started in 1999 and has grown into China’s largest outdoor music festival. The festival is named after Beijing’s Midi Music School, Which started the event. This year’s festival will have 84 bands, 22 of them foreign. It will be held in Haidian Park, northwest Beijing.

Outdoor music festivals have been around for decades in the West. They often stand for a kind of different belief. The Woodstock Festival in the US in 1969 is an example. It took place while the US was involved in the Vietnam War and was used to express young people’s love of peace.

China’s Midi has become a good place for young people as well. “The biggest attraction of Midi is that it is an event for all young people, whether they know rock or not. They can come and have fun together,” says Li Wei, a general manager of Beijing Midi Performance Company, the festival organizer. “Besides, the open environment of an outdoor festival attracts young people. Without the restrictions(限制)of seats and walls, people are more likely to relax themselves. There’s often more interaction between the audience(听众)and performers.”

41. What would be the best title for the passage?

A. Midi Music Festival in Beijing                   B. Tong Zhuo—a music lover

C. The joy of Midi Music Festival                   D. The history of Midi Music Festival

42. Before May Day holiday, Tong Zhuo started getting busy because ________.

A. he was very busy with his computer work

B. he was preparing for the Midi Music Festival

C. he wanted to attend Beijing’s Midi Music School

D. he was busy hunting for jobs

43. Which of the following statements is WRONG about Midi Music Festival?

A. Midi Music Festival is held every year in Beijing.

B. You can relax yourself as you like in the festival.

C. The festival is named after a school.

D. Only those who know music can take part in the festival.

44. Which of the following is NOT the reason why Midi Music is popular with Chinese young people?

A. Full of energy and life.                              B. The open environment.

C. Freedom and interaction.                           D. Its popularity in the West.

45. The Woodstock Festival is mentioned mainly to show that ________.

A. westerners also like the outdoor music festivals

B. the festival has a long history and good tradition

C. young people can express their feelings through music festivals

D. people love peace and hate wars

C

Guy Fawkes Day also known asBonfire Night(篝火之夜)orFireworks Nightby some, marks the date, November 5, 1605when Guy Fawkes and his fellows attempted to kill King James and the members of Parliament and to blow up the House of Parliament(国会大厦). Guy Fawkes was born in 1570. Fawkes had spent several years fighting in Italy.

In London, bonfires were lit to celebrate the discovery of the plan soon after Fawkes was discovered and the next year Parliament agreed to make 5th November a day of public thanksgiving and ever since then the day has been celebrated with fireworks and bonfires.

Today children still make stuffed(填塞的)figures with masks as pictures of Guy Fawkes. They call these figures guys and display them in the streets. Some even use the traditional formula ofA penny for the guywhen asking passers-by for money to buy fireworks. The guy then becomes the centre-piece of bonfires on the night of November 5 when fireworks light up the sky over most of Britain.

Many people hold bonfire parties and barbecues even though it is usually really cold, and invite their friends to gather around the fire with them. However, because of the rising number of accidents that occur every year many communities hold professionally or organized public displays. Some of the venues for these public bonfires are in parks, fields, and on hills.

New laws were introduced to control the use of Fireworks in 2004. They include:

It is an offence(违法行为)for any person under the age of 18 to possess fireworks in a public place.

It is an offence to use fireworks between 11 pm and 7 am except November 5th.

It is also an offence for any person to throw, cast or fire any firework into any public place.

46. Since when has Bonfire Night been celebrated officially?

A. 1570.                     B. 1606.                      C. 1605.                      D. 2004.

47. Why did the British celebrate Bonfire Night?

A. To praise Fawkes for his brave fighting in Italy as a soldier.

B. To congratulate Fawkes on being chosen as a member of Parliament.

C. To thank Fawkes for saving the King and all of the members of Parliament.

D. To honor the failure of Fawkes’ plan to kill the King and destroy the House of Parliament.

48. Children ask passers-by for a penny in order to buy ________.

A. fireworks                B. masks                      C. gunpowder              D. stuffed figures

49. How did the British celebrate Bonfire Night? ________

A. By throwing fireworks into any public place.

B. By firing fireworks into the streets or highways.

C. By holding a great bonfire party with their friends.

D. By lighting up fireworks between 11 pm and 7 am.

50. The author writes the passage in order to tell us ________.

A. what they can’t do on Guy Fawkes Day

B. who is Guy Fawkes

C. some information about Guy Fawkes Day

D. what Guy Fawkes did

D

That cold January night, I was growing sick of my life in San Francisco. There I was walking home at one in the morning after a tiring practice at the theater. With opening night only a week away, I was still learning my lines. I was having trouble dealing with my part-time job at the bank and my acting at night at the same time. As I walked, I thought seriously about giving up both acting and San Francisco. City life had become too much for me.

As I walked down empty streets under tall buildings, I felt very small and cold. I began running, both to keep warm and to keep away from any possible robbers. Very few people were still out except a few sad-looking homeless people under blankets.

About a block from my apartment, I heard a sound behind me. I turned quickly, half expecting to see someone with a knife or a gun. The street was empty. All I saw was a shining streetlight. Still, the noise had made me nervous, so I started to run faster. Not until I reached my apartment building and unlocked the door did I realize what the noise had been. It had been my wallet falling to the sidewalk.

Suddenly I wasn’t cold or tired any more. I ran out of the door and back to where I’d heard the noise. Although I searched the sidewalk anxiously for fifteen minutes, my wallet was nowhere to be found.

Just as I was about to give up the search, I heard the garbage truck pull up to the sidewalk next to me. When a voice called from the inside, “Alisa Camacho?”I thought I was dreaming. How could this man know my name? The door opened, and out jumped a small red-haired man with an amused look in his eyes. “Is this what you’re looking for?” he asked, holding up a small square shape.

It was nearly 3 a.m. by the time I got into bed. I wouldn’t get much sleep that night, but I had got my wallet back. I also had got back some enjoyment of city life. I realized that the city couldn’t be a bad place as long as people were willing to help each other.

51. How did the writer feel when she was walking home after work? ________

A. Cold and sick.                                            B. Lucky and hopeful.

C. Satisfied and cheerful.                               D. Disappointed and helpless.

52. From the first paragraph, we learn that the writer was busy ________.

A. solving her problem at the bank                  B. taking part in various city activities

C. learning acting in an evening school           D. preparing for the first night show

53. On her way home the writer ________.

A. lost her wallet unknowingly

B. was stopped by a garbage truck driver

C. was robbed of her wallet by a man with a knife

D. found some homeless people following her

54. In the fifth paragraph, why did the writer say she was dreaming?

A. Someone offered to take her back home.

B. A red-haired man came to see her.

C. She heard someone call her name.

D. Her wallet was found in a garbage truck.

55. From the text, we can infer that the writer ________.

A. would stop working at night                      B. would stay on in San Francisco

C. would make friends with cleaners              D. would give up her job at the bank

书面表达(满分35分)

假设你是李华。你远在美国的笔友Jack对中国的春节很感兴趣,他来信询问有关情况。请你给他回一封电子邮件,简单介绍春节及中国人是如何过春节的。应包括如下要点:

1. 春节在中国的地位……

2. 春节持续的时间……

3. 春节来临之前人们……

4. 除夕之夜人们……

5. 春节期间人们……

6. 你对春节的态度……

注意:1. 词数100左右;

2. 可适当发挥使行文连贯;

3. 开头和结尾已给出,不计入总词数;

4. 参考词汇:春节联欢晚会Spring Festival Gala

Dear Jack,

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