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  • ID:4-8249419 小學英語人教版(PEP)三年級下冊Recycle 1 The second period 課件+素材(共26張PPT)

    小學英語/人教版(PEP)/三年級下冊/Recycle 1

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  • ID:4-8220801 Unit 12 Life is full of the unexpected單元課件(7課時)+音視頻

    初中英語/人教新目標(Go for it)版/九年級全/Unit 12 Life is full of the unexpected/本單元綜合與測試

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  • ID:4-8220765 Unit 11 Sad movies make me cry 單元課件(7課時)+音視頻

    初中英語/人教新目標(Go for it)版/九年級全/Unit 11 Sad movies make me cry./本單元綜合與測試

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  • ID:4-8220667 Unit 13 We're trying to save the earth! 單元課件(7課時)+音視頻

    初中英語/人教新目標(Go for it)版/九年級全/Unit 13 We're trying to save the earth!/本單元綜合與測試

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  • ID:4-8220660 Unit 14 I remember meeting all of you in Grade 單元課件(7課時)+音視頻

    初中英語/人教新目標(Go for it)版/九年級全/Unit 14 I remember meeting all of you in Grade 7./本單元綜合與測試

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  • ID:4-8212452 高中英語外研版選修6Module 6 War and Peace模塊測試題(含答案解析)

    高中英語/外研版/選修6/Module 6 War and Peace

    Module 6 War and Peace模塊測試題 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分) 第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分) 閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項。 A Four finalists from the Young Scientist Award competition talk about making a video and giving presentations to the judges. Maria?studied the effects of energy drinks and produced one herself. If you’re having a block, wait a day or two and look at it with fresh eyes. You’ll find inspiration somewhere. But make sure that you have enough time to complete your video! Waiting until the last minute, when you are all rushed, isn’t a good idea. If you have a plan laid out before you start anything, it helps to keep you moving forward. Erik?invented a material which can be painted on football boots to stop them attracting mud. I think the best ideas come from everyday life — because that’s where they are going to be put to use after all! Start thinking of ideas with your family and friends and write down every possibility which comes into your head. But make sure your project is realistic. David?has found a way of working out how long bicycle tyres will last. For your video, pick a concept (概念) that you can explain so that it’s visual (形象化的) and interesting. People have different learning styles, so use different methods to explain the same concept. There were some finalists who had memorised a lot more scientific facts than me, but I was able to take a scientific concept and explain it in a simple way. Anita?produced lights which come on and go off automatically and can be attached to a bicycle. Making a great video, which gets all the ideas across, isn’t as easy as it looks, so it’s good to look at past entries (參賽作品) from finalists and learn what makes them successful. And one of the hardest parts is fitting your information into two minutes. It seems like plenty of time, but it goes by so quickly! 21. What does Maria suggest people do when making a video? A. Draw up a plan first. B. Find new ideas from daily life. C. Share their thoughts with judges first. D. Finish their videos as soon as possible. 22. How did David explain his idea? A. By introducing a new method. B. By making it clear and interesting. C. By presenting various scientific facts. D. By using the same method to show different ideas. 23. How does Anita prepare to make a video? A. She asks her family for help.? B. She searches for a realistic idea. C. She collects the latest information. D. She learns from past finalists’ works. ? B Born in Burma (also known as Myanmar) in 1945, Aung San Suu Kyi was the only daughter of Aung San, Burmese nationalist leader. She attended high school in New Delhi and then studied at Oxford University. She moved to New York for graduate studies, where she worked as a hospital volunteer, helping patients learn to read. Following her marriage to Michael Aris, she went to the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan and worked in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, also writing several books about her country. In 1988 Suu Kyi formed a league (聯盟) to carry out non-violent civil disobedience (溫和抵抗) and toured her country, making speeches calling for democratic (民主的) government of Burma. She promised to serve her country, even at the risk of death, as her father and mother had done, and continued her campaign while facing the arrests and killings of her followers. She was placed under house arrest with her sons in 1989, and went on hunger strike in support of students arrested with her. After receiving various human rights prizes, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991 but was unable to collect it in Oslo as she was still under arrest, and refused to buy her freedom by agreeing not to take part in political activities. She announced that she would use the prize money to provide health and education services for the Burmese people. Her popularity continued to grow, at home and abroad. Suu Kyi discouraged tourists from visiting Burma until it was free. Her husband died in 1999; he had not seen her since 1995 and was refused permission to visit her one last time. After spending 15 years under house arrest, Suu Kyi regained her freedom. She travelled to Europe, where in June 2012 she finally made her acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize. She believes that solving human rights problems is about discovering and solving the roots of them. 24. What can we learn about Suu Kyi in her early years? A. She was highly educated. B. She wrote books about Bhutan. C. She was born into a poor family. D. She volunteered as a doctor in New York. 25. What happened to Suu Kyi in the late 1980s? A. She was forced to leave her country. B. She lost many followers’ support. C. She lost her parents to the war. D. She was locked up. 26. What can we infer from Paragraph 3 about Suu Kyi? A. She got involved in the war again. ? B. She was finally reunited with her family. C. She was recognised for her contribution. D. She won freedom because of her special prizes. 27. What kind of woman was Suu Kyi? A. Serious and traditional. B. Imaginative and energetic. C. Courageous and strong-minded. D. Humourous and forward-thinking. ? C As a teen myself, I’ve seen first-hand the pleasing effects of poetry. Not too long ago, I went on stage to read my poetry at a writing workshop, thinking anxiously to myself: Would the audience understand me? More than being nervous about the quality of my poem, I felt anxious about what my voice would sound like. At the time, I was 14, and still suffering from a speech disorder (語言障礙) that had affected me since I began talking. As I stood, I experienced a sudden appreciation for the blinding lights. I couldn’t see everyone’s face! That made things much easier. I opened my book and began to read. After the writing workshop, I gained the confidence to read my own work aloud. I learned that writing wasn’t about pronunciation, but about style and the author’s voice. This lesson helped me grow on endless occasions in my life, convincing (使……確信) me that poetry can have an astonishing influence when taught to teens. One organization that I am part of, WriteGirl, through monthly creative writing workshops, gives girls the skills they need for a brighter future. Although WriteGirl doesn’t only focus on poetry, the organization still uses poetry to teach, inspire and empower girls all across Los Angeles. While the high school graduation rate (比例) in Los Angeles is only 80 percent, every year 100 percent of WriteGirl teens not only graduate from high school, but move on to college. But are these advantages becoming needless with the fast development of technology being placed in young hands? It seems the answer is quite the opposite: technology has opened a whole new world for young poets and writers. On?KidBlog, young students can post their poems as a blog post on which others can leave their opinions. The Internet makes it easier for viewers to read poetry. Many people are discovering or rediscovering that poetry is fun and creates many opportunities for self-expression. As I stepped up to read my writing at the workshop, I learned that poetry is about having a voice, and the courage to use it. With this courage, we free ourselves and become able to influence others. 28. How did the workshop influence the author? A. It aided her in making a long speech. B. It helped her find her own strengths. C. It improved her communication skills. D. It made her begin to take speech disorder seriously. 29. What can we learn about WriteGirl? A. It is beneficial to girls’ studies. B. It brings out girls’ poetic skills.? C. It encourages girls to teach poetry. D. It helps girls become famous writers. 30. Which of the following may the author agree with?? A. Poetry is old-fashioned in modern times. B. Technology makes creating poetry easier. C. Technology serves as a useful tool for poetry. D. The Internet slows down the development of poetry. 31. What is the best title of the text? A. How poetry gave me a voice ?B. Why teens don’t read poetry ?C. Approaches to learning poetry ?D. Influence of technology on poetry ? D Almost like a clock tower, a town in the western highlands of Guatemala has been able to practically tell the time by the regular (定期的) eruptions of a local volcano. In the town of Quetzaltenango, volcanoes have erupted so frequently that they have nearly marked every passing hour of every day for 96 years. The source is Santiaguito, one of the world’s most active volcanoes. It is situated at the base of the large volcano?Santa María. It took shape about twenty years after the violent eruption of Santa María in 1902. “Since then, almost continuous small explosions have happened along with the growth of Santiaguito,” says Stephanie Grocke, a volcanologist. “There has not been a long period of time since 1922 when Santiaguito was quiet.” Scientists are trying to figure out what is causing the regular activity at Santiaguito, Grocke adds.?“What we know for sure is that magma (巖漿) and gas (氣體) are steadily rising from deep within the system, allowing the volcano to continuously show signs of life,” Grocke says. A possible explanation is that before an explosion, the vent, or opening, at the top of Santiaguito is closed, trapping (堵住) hot gases and magma below. As the gas builds up, the pressure increases and eventually tears through the top’s sealed vent, letting out the gases and sending magma and rocks skyward. Santiaguito eventually runs out of fuel, causing eruptions to stop. The materials that were sent out cover the top, reclosing Santiaguito’s vent and starting the process over again.?? The sizes of the eruptions are never the same, Grocke says. Most often, they tend to be small, producing mainly ash plumes (火山灰) that can reach a height of nearly 1,640 feet, or lava flows that travel about two miles from the top. However, there are some eruptions that are very?hazardous. “At times, larger explosions happen, producing ash plumes that rise less than 3 kilometers above the vent,” Grocke says. Such cases can result in hot fast-moving?flows made up of gas, ash, and rock, which can be deadly to local communities. Volcanic mudflows are also another serious risk. 32. When did Santiaguito form according to the text? A. Around 1806. B. Around 1902.? C. Around 1922. D. Around 1942. 33. Which of the following about Santiaguito have scientists understood? A. When the volcano stops erupting. B. Why the regular activity changes. C. What is happening inside the volcano.?? D. How fast the magma and gas are rising.?? 34. What happens after Santiaguito erupts? A. The vent is closed again. B. Cooler gases are produced. C. The fuel inside gradually increases. D. More openings form at Santiaguito’s top.???? 35. What does the underlined word “hazardous” in Paragraph 6 probably mean? A. Weak. B. Dangerous. C. Brief.???? D. Similar. 第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分) 根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。 Finding your next amazing read Here are some tips to find your next amazing read: Bestseller lists ?36??Usually there’s a reason that a book ends up on one of these lists, making sure you get a high quality read (or at least an interesting experience). There are always classic lists to look at, like?The New York Times Best Sellers or USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books, which are both reliable. Book clubs Maybe you’re already part of a local book club, so you know how great they can be in terms of introducing you to new books you might not discover on your own.??37??Some of these book clubs are run by celebrities, like?Oprah’s Book Club 2.0, or Emma Watson’s?Our Shared Shelf. Top 100 lists One of the old ways of finding a good book is to look at a top 100 list.??38??They can inspire us to go back and read those classics we may have missed in high school. If you’re looking for a lot of reliable classics, then try?Time’s All-Time 100 Novels. If you want something a little more global, then head over to the Top 100 Works in World Literature.??39??Just pick your genre (類型) of choice and start searching. Goodreads Fans, readers, and authors all connect on the site, sharing reviews of books they’re interested in. But our favorite part is the list section, which has hundreds of lists rounding up similar titles.??40??Want to find a love story about surfing??Look no further. A. It doesn’t even matter how specific you get. B. Some book clubs can be a little hard to find. C. Seriously, there are so many lists out there to choose from. D. This is a good place for readers coming together to share advice. E. Sure, the titles usually aren’t new, but they are the best-of-the-best. F. If you’re looking for a popular read, then bestseller lists are a great place to start. G. But there are also many other book clubs that can help you find some amazing books. ? 第三部分:語言知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分) 第一節(共20小題;每小題1.5分,滿分30分) 閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。 Many people seem to think cycling is a fun activity that only children do. You may be??41??to know that, years ago, people used to cycle everywhere. Only the??42??could afford to buy cars. As for the rest of the population, they either cycled or rode the bus. It was??43??to see several bicycles parked outside a house — one for each member of the family. People??44??to the office, shops or school. Sometimes a neighbor would??45??your bicycle. And you’d like to lend a hand??46??it was usually for a short time only. In any case, if your bicycle had been borrowed by a neighbor, you could??47??borrow another neighbor’s bicycle!? When people got??48??jobs and higher pay, they began to replace their bicycles with cars. Car companies often attracted customers with stylish advertisements and??49??drivers with the speed and comfort provided by their cars. Also, as towns expanded into cities, it became??50??to cycle to work anymore. Housing estates (住宅區) were usually located far away from the city. And so, bicycles became out of??51?. They became toys for children to play on in the afternoons. However, lately, there has been a revival (再度流行) of bicycles. The rising??52??of running a car is turning people to cycling. In some countries like Japan, parking a car is very??53?. An hour’s parking can cost as much as $7.00! People also find that pollution is a big??54??worldwide. The greenhouse effect is causing many natural disasters that have affected the weather. Thus, many people??55??to cycle to help the environment. Due to the increased interest, many cities around the world are??56??bike lanes (車道). Many cyclists have been knocked down by cars and their??57??drivers. These lanes make it??58??for cyclists to move about. Modern bicycles are very??59?. They are made from alloy (合金), making them lighter and easier to cycle. For city cycling, the bicycle of choice is a foldable (可折疊的) bike. If you live in a city, you should??60??cycling. It will help lower pollution and give you much needed exercise too. 41. A. disappointed B. excited C. surprised D. relieved 42. A. weak B. old C. ordinary D. wealthy 43. A. common? B. difficult C. strange D. interesting 44. A. ran B. cycled C. walked ? ? ? ?D. drove 45. A. repair ? ? ? ? ? ? ?B. clean C. buy ? ? ? ? ? ?D. borrow 46. A. so ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?B. because C. though ? ? ? ?D. unless 47. A. frequently ? ? ? ? B. simply C. hardly ? ? ? ? D. secretly 48. A. better ? ? ? ? ? ? ?B. poorer C. easier ? ? ? ? ?D. tougher 49. A. exchanged?????????????B. charged C. treated ? ? ? ? D. impressed 50. A. necessary???????????????B. pleasant C. free ? ? ? ? ? ?D. unrealistic 51. A. order ? ? ? ? ? ? ?B. question C. date ? ? ? ? ? ?D. control 52. A. standard????????????????B. popularity C. risk ? ? D. cost 53. A. expensive ? ? ? ? B. normal C. important ? ? ?D. convenient 54. A. event ? ? ? ? ? ?B. reason C. problem ? ? ? ?D. mistake 55. A. remember??????????????B. pretend C. refuse???????????????D. choose 56. A. connecting?????????????B. building C. changing??????????D. closing 57. A. friendly ? ? ? ? ? ?B. brave C. thoughtless ? ?D. angry 58. A. safer ? ? ? ? ? ? ? B. harder C. faster ? ? ? ? ?D. cheaper 59. A. advanced? ?????????????B. heavy C. beautiful???????????D. small 60. A. forget?????????????????????B. consider C. limit ? ? ? ? ? D. recognise 第二節(共10小題;每小題1.5分,滿分15分) 閱讀下面短文,在空白處填入1個適當的單詞或括號內單詞的正確形式。 The spring break was a 61. ________ (particular) good time to visit the Historic Triangle in Virginia, so my family set off.? 62. ________ (establish) in Jamestown in 1607, the first lasting English colony was a battlefield for the early pioneers. They had to fight against bad weather, hunger, disease as well as conflicts (沖突) with Indians 63. ________ (survive). A walking tour helped us better understand the fort (城堡) and Indian village of the 17th century. Our next stop, Colonial Williamsburg, was a living history museum. You could become a citizen at war and see the victory of 64. ________ (independent). Then we went to Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. One major event in American history is the Civil War. When the South fought the North over slavery (奴隸制度), 65. ________ number of battles were important. One was at Gettysburg, and President Lincoln gave his famous “Gettysburg Address” there. In 1863, General Lee and his army 66. ________ (lose) the battle of Gettysburg, which was the turning point of the Civil War, and Gettysburg National Military Park honors this battle.? The Gettysburg Battlefield holds several statues to remember those 67. ________ lives were sacrificed. A statue of General Lee stands across the battlefield from one of General Meade. These men fought against each other for their beliefs. Years later, people come and remember, 68. ________ (hope) this kind of sad event will never happen again. I think 69. ________ is interesting to live in America. No matter how long our family stay here, we find something 70. ________ (value) to learn. ? 第四部分:寫作(共兩節,滿分35分) 第一節:短文改錯(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分) 假定英語課上老師要求同桌之間交換修改作文,請你修改你同桌寫的以下作文。文中共有10處語言錯誤,每句中最多有兩處。每處錯誤僅涉及一個單詞的增加、刪除或修改。 增加:在缺詞處加一個漏字符號(∧),并在其下面寫出該加的詞。 刪除:把多余的詞用斜線(\)劃掉。 修改:在錯的詞下劃一橫線,并在該詞下面寫出修改后的詞。 注意:1.?每處錯誤及其修改均僅限一詞;2.?只允許修改10處,多者(從第11處起)不計分。 Although I have been away my junior school for about two years, I am still thankful now for the chance my junior school provided me with it. My school was a kind of school when study or exam results weren’t an only standard. To really forming personal characters, my school attached specially importance to fair competitions and helped us develop personal abilities. And that was the reason why I joined both the school basketball team or the school chess team. I also represent our city in many game across provinces. We really learned a lot when I was in my junior school. 第二節:書面表達(滿分25分) 假定你是李華,你的英國筆友Sara發來郵件,想讓你為她推薦一部電影。請你用英語給她回一封郵件,內容包括: 1.?電影簡介; 2.?你的感想。 注意:1.?詞數100左右(開頭和結尾已給出,但不計入總詞數);2.?可以適當增加細節,以使行文連貫。 Dear Sara, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ?? Yours, ?? Li Hua 新高考 概要寫作 ???????閱讀下面短文,根據其內容寫一篇60詞左右的內容概要。 ?????? Man is forever changing the face of nature. He has been doing so since he first appeared on the earth. Yet, all that man has done is not always to the advantage of the earth or himself. Man has, in fact, destroyed more than necessary. ?????? In his struggle to live and get the most out of life, man has destroyed many species of wildlife. Some species may be able to survive the destruction of their habitats while others may not be able to deal with it. Every form of human activity unavoidably changes the wildlife complex of the area. Man has destroyed many forms of wildlife for no reasonable purpose. ?????? Man’s attitude towards animals depends on the degree to which his own survival is affected. He sets aside protection for animals that he hunts for sport and starts a war against any other creature that may cause danger or inconvenience. This creates many problems and man has made unchangeable, serious mistakes in his destruction of predators (捕食者). He has destroyed animals and birds which are useful to farmers as pest controllers. The sad thing is that all the killing of predators has not in any way led to an increase in the number of what he wished to protect. ?????? Broadly speaking, man starts a war against creatures which he considers harmful, even when his activity makes little or no difference. There is a delicate (微妙的) predator and prey (獵物) balance involving also the vegetation of any area, which man can change by thoughtless intervention (干預). Therefore, there is a need for checks and balances. The continued existence of these animals depends entirely on man and his attitude towards his own future. ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 參考答案 21-25 ABDAD??? 26-30 CCBAC 31-35 ACCAB??? 36-40 FGECA 41-45 CDABD??? 46-50 BBADD 51-55 CDACD??? 56-60 BCAAB 61. particularly? ??62. Established?? 63. to survive?? ?? 64. independence?? 65. a?? ??????????????? 66. lost?? 67. whose?? ??????? 68. hoping?? 69. it?? ??????????????? 70. valuable???? 短文改錯 71. ... have been away ... ?????????? away后加from 72. ... me with it. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?去掉it 73. ... when study or ... ? ? ? ? ? when?→?where 74. ... an only standard. ? ? ? ? ? an?→?the? 75. To really forming ... ? ? ? ? ? forming?→?form 76. ... specially importance ... ???? specially?→?special 77. ... or the school ... ? ? ? ? ? ? or?→?and 78. I also represent ... ? ? ? ? ? ? represent?→?represented 79. ... many game ... ????????????????? game?→?games 80. We really learned ...? ??????????? We?→?I 書面表達 One possible version: Dear Sara, Recently, I saw an impressive film named The Breadwinner, which is based on the best-selling novel by Deborah Ellis. It tells a story about an 11-year-old girl named Parvana. She grows up in Afghanistan. In 2001, when her father is wrongfully arrested, Parvana cuts off her hair and dresses like a boy to support her family. With great courage, Parvana struggles to find her father and reunite her family. The film is well worth watching. It has taught me to stay hopeful and be brave to fight through dark times. I hope you will enjoy it, too.? Yours, Li Hua 概要寫作 One possible version: ?????? Man, to guarantee his development, has done more harm than good to the earth. (要點1) Many species of wildlife have been lost forever because of the destruction of their habitats. (要點2) Besides, man protects animals he considers useful by destroying their predators, but this has in no way increased their numbers. Instead, an imbalance in the cycle has been created. (要點3) Therefore, man should keep a balance between development and protection. (要點4) 部分解析 閱讀理解 第一節 A篇 主題語境:人與自我——做人與做事 本文是應用文。文章介紹了四名青少年是如何準備青年科學家決賽展示視頻的。 21. A。細節理解題。根據?Maria部分中的If you have a plan laid out before you start anything, it helps to keep you moving forward可知,Maria認為提早規劃會助你成功。 22. B。細節理解題。根據?David部分中的For your video, pick a concept that you can explain so that it’s visual and interesting及I was able to take a scientific concept and explain it in a simple way可知,David會用簡單、有趣的方式呈現他的想法,將他的想法可視化。 23. D。細節理解題。根據Anita部分中的it’s good to look at past entries from finalists and learn what makes them successful可知,Anita從以前獲獎人員的視頻入手,借鑒他們成功的經驗。 B篇 主題語境:人與社會——社會 本文是記敘文。作為緬甸民主的推動者,昂山素季贏得了廣泛的國際贊譽,并獲得了1991年的諾貝爾和平獎。文章介紹了她勇敢推動緬甸走向民主的艱辛過程。 24. A。細節理解題。根據第一段中的She attended high school in New Delhi and then studied at Oxford University. She moved to New York for graduate studies可知,昂山素季在牛津大學畢業后又繼續前往紐約讀研究生。由此可知,她是一位高學歷女性。 25. D。細節理解題。根據第二段中的She was placed under house arrest ... and went on hunger strike in support of students arrested with her可知,在1989年昂山素季和她的兩個兒子被軟禁起來。 26. C。推理判斷題。根據第三段中的After receiving various human rights prizes, she was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991及Her popularity continued to grow, at home and abroad可知,昂山素季在1991年獲得了諾貝爾和平獎,她專注于改善緬甸人民的醫療與教育服務,得到了國內外的廣泛贊譽。由此可知,她所做出的卓越貢獻得到了人們的認可。 27. C。推理判斷題。根據最后一段中的After spending 15 years under house arrest, Suu Kyi regained her freedom及文中昂山素季不懼危險、勇于推動緬甸民主的事跡可知,雖然她被軟禁了15年,但她并沒有屈服,而是下定決心,勇敢地推動緬甸和平民主事業。 C篇 主題語境:人與社會——文學 本文是夾敘夾議文。作者通過講述詩歌是如何給予她勇氣與力量并改變她的價值觀來進一步說明詩歌會給人們的生活帶來積極的影響。 28. B。細節理解題。根據第二段中的After the writing workshop, I gained the confidence to read my own work aloud ... grow on endless occasions in my life可知,在參加完寫作工作坊之后,作者信心倍增,從此便敢于大聲朗讀自己的詩歌,這也有助于作者的自我成長。 29. A。推理判斷題。根據第三段中的While the high school graduation rate in Los Angeles is only 80 percent, every year 100 percent of WriteGirl teens not only graduate from high school, but move on to college可知,WriteGirl不僅專注于詩歌,它還利用詩歌教育、激勵女孩,這里的女孩百分之百都會在高中畢業后繼續大學的學業。由此可見,WriteGirl讓女孩們在學業上受益匪淺。 30. C。推理判斷題。根據倒數第二段的內容可知,科技為年輕的詩人和作家打開了一個全新的世界,人們可以在網上發布自己的詩歌,其他人可以暢所欲言地發表評論。網絡拉近了人們與詩歌的距離,人們可以更輕松、便捷地讀詩。人們還可以在發現詩歌美的同時,找到更多自我表現的機會。由此可見,科技的創新為詩歌提供了更廣闊的展示平臺。 31. A。標題歸納題。根據最后一段的內容及詩歌給作者帶來的改變可知,詩歌帶給作者勇氣,帶給作者信心,讓她可以去影響更多的人。A項符合該主旨,適合作標題。 D篇 主題語境:人與自然——自然生態 本文是說明文。圣地亞古多火山是危地馬拉的大型活火山,它每小時噴發一次。 32. C。推理判斷題。根據第二段中的It took shape about twenty years after the violent eruption of Santa Maria in 1902可知,圣地亞古多火山大約形成于1922年左右。 33. C。細節理解題。根據第四段中的What we know for sure is that magma and gas are steadily rising from deep within the system可知,科學家目前只確定圣地亞古多火山內部巖漿和氣體在持續上升。 34. A。細節理解題。根據第五段末句The materials that were sent out cover the top, reclosing Santiaguito’s vent and starting the process over again可知,圣地亞古多火山噴發完之后,火山口會再次閉合。 35. B。詞義猜測題。根據最后一段的內容可以判斷,有時大規模的火山噴發會很危險,會危及人們的性命。hazardous的含義是“危險的”。 第二節 主題語境:人與社會——文學 本文是說明文。文章介紹了幾種幫你找到自己中意的好書的辦法。 36. F。根據該段小標題Bestseller lists及下文中的The New York Times Best Sellers or USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books, which are both reliable可知,如果你想尋覓一本最近流行的好書,那去查看暢銷書排行榜準沒錯,因為上榜的書有質量保證且肯定有其上榜的理由。下文是對F項的補充說明。 37. G。根據上文中的Maybe you’re already part of a local book club ... might not discover on your own及下文所列舉的book clubs可知,也許你已經加入了當地的圖書俱樂部,感受到了它所帶來的好處。然而其他圖書俱樂部會讓你接觸到更多你難以發現的好書。G項與上文構成轉折關系,并與下文構成例證關系。 38. E。根據上文中的One of the old ways of finding a good book is to look at a top 100 list及下文中的They can inspire us to go back and read those classics we may have missed in high school可知,一百本經典書單可以幫助我們找到好書,雖然有些書會有些舊,但它們都是百里挑一的經典,這些書會激勵你重讀那些你在高中時期錯過的經典圖書。E項承接上下文,符合此處語境。 39. C。根據上文中的If you’re looking for a lot of reliable classics ... the Top 100 Works in World Literature及下文中的Just pick your genre of choice and start searching可知,有很多有關百本經典圖書的書單,找到你喜歡的類型然后從中開始搜索。C項與下文構成遞進關系,符合此處語境。 40. A。根據上文中的But our favorite part is the list section, which has hundreds of lists rounding up similar titles及下文中的Want to find a love story about surfing??Look no further可知,Goodreads網上會有很多非常細化的清單,讓你可以具體地找到你喜歡的書。A項承接上下文,符合此處語境。 語言知識運用 第一節 主題語境:人與社會——社會 本文是議論文。文章主要論述了自行車從興起到沒落再到復興的發展歷程。 41. C。根據該空前的Many people seem to think cycling is a fun activity that only children do及該空后的years ago, people used to cycle everywhere可知,許多人認為騎自行車是孩子才會參與的娛樂活動,但是你可能會“吃驚地(surprised)”發現,多年以前各地的人們都在騎自行車。 42. D。根據該空后的could afford to buy cars及As for the rest of the population, they either cycled or rode the bus可知,過去只有“富人(the wealthy)”才買得起汽車,其余的人只能騎自行車或者乘坐公交車。 43. A。44. B。根據本段中的the rest of the population, they either cycled or rode the bus及several bicycles parked outside a house?—?one for each member of the family可知,房前會停著每個家庭成員的自行車,這在當時非常“普遍(common)”,人們“騎車(cycled)”去上班、買東西或者上學。 45. D。46. B。47. B。根據本段中的it was usually for a short time only. In any case, if your bicycle had been borrowed by a neighbor, you could ... borrow another neighbor’s bicycle可知,有時候鄰居會“借用(borrow)”你的自行車,而你也會愿意幫忙,“因為(because)”通常借車的時間很短。如果別人借用了你的自行車,你也可以“輕易地(simply)”借到其他鄰居的自行車。 48. A。根據該空后的higher pay及they began to replace their bicycles with cars可知,當人們找到“更好的(better)”工作、擁有更高的收入時,他們就開始淘汰掉自行車而改開汽車。 49. D。根據本段中的Car companies often attracted customers with stylish advertisements及the speed and comfort provided by their cars可知,汽車制造商經常用新潮的廣告吸引顧客,并使司機們對汽車的速度與舒適留有深刻的“印象(impressed)”。 50. D。根據本段中的as towns expanded into cities及Housing estates were usually located far away from the city可知,騎自行車去上班變得“不現實(unrealistic)”。 51. C。根據本段中的Housing estates were usually located far away from the city及They became toys for children to play on in the afternoons可知,自行車“過時(out of date)”了,淪為了孩子們午后的玩具。 52. D。53. A。根據本段中的However, lately, there has been a revival of bicycles及An hour’s parking can cost as much as $7.00可知,不斷上漲的開車“成本(cost)”讓人們又紛紛改騎自行車了。在一些國家,比如日本,停車費是很“貴的(expensive)”。 54. C。55. D。根據本段中的The greenhouse effect is causing many natural disasters that have affected the weather及cycle to help the environment可知,人們發現污染也是開車造成的一個大“問題(problem)”。所以,很多人都開始“選擇(choose)”騎行以保護環境。 56. B。根據本段中的Due to the increased interest及bike lanes可知,隨著騎行的人越來越多,很多城市都在“建設(building)”自行車道。 57. C。58. A。根據本段中的Many cyclists have been knocked down by cars及for cyclists to move about可知,有許多騎自行車的人被汽車或者“粗心大意的(thoughtless)”司機撞倒過,自行車道則更能保障騎行者的“安全(safer)”。 59. A。根據本段中的They are made from alloy, making them lighter and easier to cycle及For city cycling, the bicycle of choice is a foldable bike可知,現代自行車非常“高級(advanced)”。 60. B。根據上文中對開車所導致的問題的描述及本段中的It will help lower pollution and give you much needed exercise too可知,在城市居住的你應該“考慮(consider)”騎行。 第二節 主題語境:人與社會——歷史 本文是記敘文。文章主要講述了作者在春假時與家人一同參觀了美國的三個歷史重鎮。 61. particularly。考查副詞。設空處修飾good,表示“特別地”,故填particularly。 62. Established。考查動詞-ed形式作狀語的用法。設空處作狀語,又因為establish與colony之間是邏輯上的動賓關系,且establish所表示的動作已完成,故填Established。? 63. to survive。考查不定式作狀語的用法。他們與惡劣的天氣、饑餓、疾病及各種沖突斗爭是為了生存,故填to survive。 64. independence。考查名詞。設空處作of的賓語,表示“獨立”,故填independence。 65. a。考查不定冠詞。a number of意為“很多”。 66. lost。考查一般過去時。由前面的In 1863可知,設空處是對過去事實的描述,應用一般過去時,故填lost。 67. whose。考查關系代詞。設空處引導限制性定語從句,修飾先行詞those,且在從句中表所屬,故填whose。 68. hoping。考查動詞-ing形式作狀語的用法。設空處作狀語,又因為people與hope之間是邏輯上的主謂關系,且hope所表示的動作與主句謂語動詞所表示的動作同時發生,故填hoping。 69. it。考查it的用法。設空處作形式主語,真正的主語是后面的不定式結構,故填it。 70. valuable。考查形容詞作定語的用法。設空處作定語修飾something,表示“寶貴的”,故填valuable。

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  • ID:4-8212438 高中英語外研版選修6Module 5 Cloning 模塊測試題(含答案解析)

    高中英語/外研版/選修6/Module 5 Cloning

    Module 5 Cloning 模塊測試題 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分) 第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分) 閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項。 A Events RAF Flypast Tuesday, central London raf.mod.uk More than one hundred airplanes, from Spitfires to the Lightning, will be coming together. The amazing once-in-a-lifetime display is expected to pass over Buckingham Palace at around 1 pm. Petfringe Sunday, Petworth, West Sussex petfringe.co.uk Petworth, home of the 17th-century Grade I listed Petworth House, is the setting for this definitely-not-animal-related festival, featuring everything from classical music to theatre and film screenings. Petfringe also hosts the final of its Comedian Of The Year competition, where the winner will take home ?10,001 — the UK’s largest stand-up prize. Fast Fringe Monday, Underbelly Festival, Southbank, London underbellyfestival.com Imagine going to the Edinburgh Fringe but don’t know who to see? This will help — it’s a showcase (展示) of 28 Scotland-bound acts each performing three-minute teasers of their sets. Acts include Lost Voice Guy, who has already been an overnight success thanks to his “Britain’s Got Talent” win. Henley Festival October 11-15, Henley-on-Thames henley-festival.co.uk There’s much to enjoy here, whether you’re fond of comedy, the arts, or opera (歌劇). Black tie is a must, as is drinking Pimm’s. As You Like It October 28, Open Air Theatre, Regent’s Park, London openairtheatre.com Bill Shakespeare’s comedy in the Forest of Arden is directed by Max Webster, and comes to Regent’s Park. It features new music too. 21. Which event includes airplane shows? A. Petfringe. B. Fast Fringe. C. RAF Flypast. D. Henley Festival. 22. What do we know about Petfringe? A. It is held on Monday. B. It is a festival for animal lovers. C. It sets up an award for comedians. D. It hosts “Britain’s Got Talent” competition. 23. What do Henley Festival and As You Like It have in common? A. They are suitable for comedy fans. B. They are planned by Max Webster. C. They will take place on the same day. D. They require visitors to wear black tie. B At the age of seven, while his friends were spending their money on candy and toys, José Adolfo Quisocala was busy saving money for more meaningful things. To try to get his peers (同齡人) to do the same, the youngster from Arequipa, Peru came up with the idea of an eco-bank, which allows kids of all ages to become economically independent while also helping the environment. Set up in 2012, the Bartselana Student Bank is the world’s first cooperative (合作的) bank for kids. Once accepted, all bank members are required to collect at least six kilograms of recyclables on a monthly basis. The waste is sold to local recycling companies. The money received is placed in the individual’s account where they collect until his? / her savings goal is reached. The account holder can then withdraw (取出) his? / her money, or choose to leave it and continue to save for a bigger goal. “At the beginning, my teachers thought I was crazy or that a child could not do this type of project,” José recalls. “They did not understand that we are not the future of the country but its present. Luckily, I had the support of the president of my school.” José’s efforts paid off, and by 2013, the Bartselana Student Bank had over 200 members who collectively brought in one ton of recyclable waste. Today, the eco-bank, has the support of several local organizations. On November 20, 2018, José won the Children’s Climate Prize. “José’s eco-bank is a good way of linking the economy and climate change, both in thought and practice. The system clearly suggests that we must recycle the products that we no longer use,” a judge said. “This way caring about the environment becomes an investment (投資). A system that gives children both economic independence and the power to influence the climate.” Hopefully, José’s success will inspire more kids and adults to come up with new ideas that create value while helping the environment. 24. What can we know about the Bartselana Student Bank? A. It provides kids with candy and toys. B. It asks its members to put money in it. C. It lends money to kids for their studies. D. It helps kids to save money by recycling. 25. How did José’s teachers feel about his idea? A. Satisfied. B. Unbelievable. C. Unconcerned. D. Disappointed. 26. What can we learn from Paragraph 4? A. The Bartselana Student Bank has grown stronger. B. The Bartselana Student Bank has been in trouble for a while. C. The Bartselana Student Bank has fought against local organizations. D. The Bartselana Student Bank has been taken over by the local government. 27. What did the judge think of the Bartselana Student Bank? A. It is a crazy idea. B. It is a practical system. C. It needs to be improved. D. It fails to influence the climate greatly. C Can you think of a day without music? We can hear music everywhere: in the streets and at home, over the radio and on TV, in the shops and in the parks. People all over the world are fond of music. They listen to music, they dance to music, and they learn to play musical instruments. Music isn’t only a combination of pleasant sounds. It is an art which reflects (反映) life. There are a lot of different kinds of music. Some of them appeared long ago, and some are modern. Folk music appeared long ago, but it is still alive. Folk songs are very pleasant to listen to. Classical music is often associated with the music of the past. Rap (說唱) is a modern musical style where the singer speaks or shouts the words in time to music with a steady (穩定的) beat. Great Britain has produced more popular music stars than any other country. British groups often set new trends (潮流) in music. New styles, groups and singers continue to appear. Many of the new bands have been able to use changes in technology to develop their music such as computerised drum machines, synthesisers and other electronic instruments. Tastes differ. So people’s musical interests range from pop and rock music to classical music and opera. My favourite style of music is pop music, because it is full of energy. When I listen to pop music it makes me remember happy times and forget the problems of everyday life. I also enjoy listening to classical music. The music I hate is heavy metal. I find it noisy. When I listen to this style of music it presents to my mind pictures of dark days. My mother and father agree with my tastes in music. Though they prefer to listen to classical, they think that modern music is not too bad. Music appeals to our hearts. It comforts our souls and enriches (充實) our minds. Music is beauty in sounds; it is our magic source of inspiration. 28. What is the first paragraph mainly about? A. Several types of music. B. Different musical tastes. C. The development of musical styles. D. The importance of music in our lives. 29. How is the second paragraph developed? A. By giving examples. B. By analysing reasons. C. By describing courses. D. By making comparisons. 30. Why does the author like pop music? A. It is played with electronic instruments. B. It is characterised by a steady beat. C. It is loud and strong. D. It sounds energetic. 31. What is the author’s parents’ attitude towards his musical taste? A. Doubtful.?????????????B. Supportive. C. Dissatisfied.??????????D. Unconcerned. D Love is hard to find, and when you do find it you want to keep it for as long as possible. In the pursuit (追尋) of lasting love, Barbra Streisand seems to have kicked a hornet’s (大黃蜂的) nest of criticism. The 75-year-old singer, actress, and director had often been photographed in the company of her dog, Samantha. Streisand said that she now has two new dogs who are clones of her well-loved Samantha. When I first read this story I felt an immediate wave of the same feeling as Streisand has. I was faced with a similar situation not too long ago, when my dog, Dancer, died?on his 16th birthday. He was a wonderful companion so his loss was hard to deal with. So I finally got a new little dog of the same breed as Dancer. This dog, Ranger, is a close enough match to fill that emotional gap (情感空缺) in my life. If you are as rich as Barbra Streisand, then you can afford the $50,000 that it costs to clone your companion through a company like ViaGen Pets, based in Texas. However, the clones are not the same dog as the original. The personality of each dog is shaped by its environment, its experiences, and the person who owns and lives with the dog. What I suppose surprised me most was the firestorm of criticism of Streisand put forward by the animal rights organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). It said that her act of cloning her dog was a terrible example. PETA said in a statement, “When you consider that millions of wonderful adoptable dogs are dying in terrifying ways, you realize that cloning adds to the homeless-animal population crisis (危機).” Barbra Streisand said, “You can clone the look of a dog, but you can’t clone its spirit. Still, every time I look at their faces, I think of my Samantha ... and smile.” 32. What does the underlined sentence in the first paragraph mean? A. Barbra Streisand lost her pets forever. B. Barbra Streisand cloned her pets illegally. C. What Barbra Streisand did led to a heated discussion. D. What Barbra Streisand did was supported by the public. 33. What happened to the author? A. He lost Ranger. B. He cloned his dead pet. C. He got a similar dog after his pet died. D. He failed to get over the loss of his pet. 34. What can we infer about pet cloning according to PETA’s statement? A. It may influence the adoption of homeless animals. B. It may have bad effects on cloned animals. C. It serves as a good solution to losing pets. D. It can contribute to the local economy. 35. What did Barbra Streisand say about her cloned dogs? A. They are just short-term companions. B. They bring back heartbroken memories. C. They make her think of Samantha and feel happy. D. They share the same personalities as her original dog. 第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分) 根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。 5 tips for emotional coaching Coaching your children on their emotions is the work of those adults who want to nurture (培養) emotional health. I can also say that the best emotional coaches do certain things, which I list as my “Top Five” pointers, and here they are: Connect Be able to see the situation from your children’s perspective (視角). ?36 . They’ll feel you’re on their side and you want to understand. Scolding is a sign of disconnection. ?? ?37? The calmer we can stay, the better chance our children have of learning how to calm themselves. Of course, there are moments when being calm feels out of the question, which is why learning how to stay calm and centered during an emotional storm is a good practice. Listen fully Being able to honestly hear what a child is saying can be important. ?38 . You are there for them. Even saying “I’m here for you” can help greatly. ?39? Children make mistakes when emotionally triggered (被觸發) — like we all do, especially early on in our development. But the best emotional coaches focus on solving the “emotional problem” rather than just punishment for a not-so-smart choice. Learn together ?40 . We may be learning patience and forgiveness, while our children may be learning how to skillfully handle their big emotions like anger or sadness. Children are impressionable. I remember being a young child and having a “flashbulb moment” when someone said something that changed my mind. I remember everything about that moment for better or worse. So, our aim is to give our children positive flashbulb moments. A. Be a calming presence B. Make effective punishment C. Focus on problem-solving?not?punishment D. You can pretend to agree whatever they say E. This doesn’t mean you totally agree, but you hear them F. We’re always learning alongside our children G. Putting yourself in their shoes helps build a stronger connection ? 第三部分:語言知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分) 第一節(共20小題;每小題1.5分,滿分30分) 閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。 A woman’s kind act toward a ?41 ?is resonating (引起共鳴) across the country. Casey Spelman didn’t think twice about ?42 ?Chicago Cubs fan Yusef Dale, who is blind, in Wrigleyville, Chicago, on Saturday. After ?43 ?Dale struggling to ?44 ?the attention of taxi drivers on a busy street after a game at Wrigley Field, she ?45 ?and asked him if he needed assistance. When he ?46 ?he did, she flagged a car down for him. Spelman, 26, later walked away without asking for payment or ?47 . But Ryan Hamilton, who was standing on the top floor of a nearby building, captured (拍攝) her ?48 ?act on camera. He posted the ?49 ?photos to Facebook so he could give her “a shout-out.” His pictures are now spreading ?50 . “There’re so many bad things going on in the world and this was the ?51 ?of that,” Hamilton said. “It’s cool. She’s getting the ?52 ?but you could tell that’s not why she did it.” Hamilton, 31, is from Indianapolis, Indiana, and is a District Leader for Ricker Oil Company. Spelman’s story is also reported in Indianapolis. Spelman received great ?53 ?for her act of kindness. Dale, an assistant US attorney (律師), also spoke highly of Spelman. “She didn’t get in my personal space and most ?54 , she didn’t touch me, which is a problem for some people with ?55 ,” Dale said. But Spelman has played down what she did. “It should be more normal,” she said. “It shouldn’t be something people are ?56 ?about.” With Hamilton’s post getting more than 17,000 ?57 , he said he thought it was a witness (證明) to the ?58 ?nature of humanity. “A small act of kindness, ?59 ?captured in three quick photos, has inspired so many and ?60 ?the hearts of thousands,” he added. 41. A. patient B. friend C. driver? D. stranger 42. A. stopping ?? B. helping C. photographing D. calling 43. A. leaving B. preventing C. imagining D. spotting 44. A. catch?? B. enjoy C. focus? D. escape 45. A. passed by? B. showed off C. went over?? D. cheered up 46. A. insisted?? B. said??? C. knew D. doubted 47. A. permission B. forgiveness C. attention D. information 48. A. selfless B. careless??? C. creative? D. final 49. A. famous B. heartwarming C. old D. large 50. A. widely? B. secretly C. slowly? D. slightly 51. A. end B. process C. purpose D. opposite 52. A. chance B. experience C. power?? D. recognition 53. A. presents? B. praise? C. points D. training 54. A. importantly?? B. commonly C. obviously D. successfully 55. A. cameras B. kids C. disabilities? D. skills 56. A. worried B. surprised C. confused D. disappointed 57. A. letters B. tickets????? C. likes D. orders 58. A. only B. true C. dark?? D. good 59. A. accidentally? B. nearly C. actually D. usually 60. A. broke? B. changed C. touched? D. opened 第二節(共10小題;每小題1.5分,滿分15分) 閱讀下面短文,在空白處填入1個適當的單詞或括號內單詞的正確形式。 Scientists say they have greatly advanced the 61. ________ (possible) of being able to reproduce the body’s organs by the use of 3D printing. Replacement organs could 62. ________ (create) using a new technique for bio-printing (生物打印) organic tissue. This allows scientists 63. ________ (build) networks of thin veins, like those 64. ________ (use) in our body for the flow of blood and air. Bioengineering professor Jordan Miller explained why the breakthrough was so important. He said, “One of the biggest roadblocks to generating functional tissue replacements has been our inability to print the complex networks 65. ________ can send nutrients (營養物質) to tissue.” Several months ago, Professor Kelly Stevens of the University of Washington 66. ________ (write) about the difficulties scientists had in recreating such 67. ________ network. She said, “Tissue engineering has struggled with this for a long time.” She believes the new breakthrough will change medical practices in the future. She asked, “The bio-printed tissues look like the 68. ________ (health) tissues in our bodies, but will they also then functionally behave more like those tissues?” Professor Stevens said, “This is an important question, because how well a bio-printed tissue functions will affect 69. ________ successful it will be as a treatment.” Scientists hope this method will help millions of people 70. ________ (wait) for an organ replacement. ? 第四部分:寫作(共兩節,滿分35分) 第一節:短文改錯(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分) 假定英語課上老師要求同桌之間交換修改作文,請你修改你同桌寫的以下作文。文中共有10處語言錯誤,每句中最多有兩處。每處錯誤僅涉及一個單詞的增加、刪除或修改。 增加:在缺詞處加一個漏字符號(∧),并在其下面寫出該加的詞。 刪除:把多余的詞用斜線(\)劃掉。 修改:在錯的詞下劃一橫線,并在該詞下面寫出修改后的詞。 注意:1. 每處錯誤及其修改均僅限一詞;2. 只允許修改10處,多者(從第11處起)不計分。 A little free library is a box full of books. When you found a library like this, you can take a book home with you. If you have a book to share, and you can leave it for someone else to read. Since I started to see so much little free libraries become very popular in lots of countries, I have wanted it for my yard. With my father’s helps, it took me about a week build a little free library. I do hope it can excite my interest in reading and become a great way to share books to others. Believing it or not, my little free library have been a hit in my neighborhood. You can never imagine how proudly I am. 第二節:書面表達(滿分25分) 假定你是李華,你的英國好友Alice發來郵件,詢問你身邊發生的趣事,而恰好你們班最近就“看電影是否比看原著更好”這一話題展開了討論。請你根據所給提示用英語給她回一封郵件,為她介紹同學們的不同觀點以及你的看法。 贊成 反對 你的觀點 1. 節省時間; 2. 易于理解。 1. 書中細節更多; 2. 可以欣賞語言的魅力。 …… 注意:1. 詞數100左右(開頭和結尾已給出,但不計入總詞數);2. 可以適當增加細節,以使行文連貫。 Dear Alice, ___________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ ??? Yours, ??? Li Hua 新高考寫作題型—讀后續寫 閱讀下面短文,根據所給情節進行續寫,使之構成一個完整的故事。 ?????? Early one cold November morning, my mother dressed me in thick clothes. “Now come outside with me,” she said. Once outside, she handed me a brown paper bag that held something that smelled like wet dirt (泥土). “We need to plant bulbs (球莖) before the first hard freeze. I’ve already dug the holes,” she said. “So take each bulb from the bag, drop it in the hole, and then gently push the dirt back into the hole covering the bulb — like so.” ?????? I opened the bag. “These bulbs are ugly and look dead!” ?????? “You’re right. They’re not at all pretty. But they’re not dead; they’re just sleeping until spring.” ?????? “And all the bulbs look alike,” I continued. “How do we know what they’ll look like next spring?” ?????? “We won’t know for sure until spring, but that’s the joy of gardening. We’ll just have to be patient.” ?????? All winter long I hoped that the flowers would bloom (開花) some day. ?????? One day in late April, I found some pink pushing up through the ground. My mother was excited when I showed her. “Perfect!” she said. “They’ll be ready at just the right time.” ?????? A few days later, she took me to the local store where she gathered up colored paper, colored ribbons (絲帶), and all the baskets on sale. “Okay, now we’re ready.” ?????? “Ready for what?” I asked ?????? “To make May baskets, of course.” ?????? “May baskets? What are May baskets?” ?????? “They are small baskets filled with fresh flowers and secretly left at someone’s front door.” Her eyes shone with delight. “So when we get home, we’ll cut the flowers that are blooming in the garden to make May baskets. Then tomorrow, May first, we’ll get up early and take them to our neighbors. Doesn’t that sound like fun?” ?????? “But … but … I waited all winter for the flowers to bloom, and they’re so beautiful. And … and … I thought we would keep them forever,” I said. ?????? “I know you’re disappointed, sweetie, but flowers — like kindness — are meant to be shared. Their beauty is not ours to keep. You understand?” my mother said. 注意: 注意:1. 所續寫短文的詞數應為150左右; 2. 請按如下格式在答題卡的相應位置作答。 Paragraph 1: ?????? “No! I don’t understand. I want to keep the flowers forever,” I said.__________ ??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Paragraph 2: ?????? Shortly after dawn the next morning, we began our journey through the neighborhood. ________________________________________________________ ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????? ????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? 參考答案 21-25 CCADB ? ? ? 26-30 ABDAD 31-35 BCCAC??????? ???? 36-40 GAECF 41-45 DBDAC 46-50 BCABA ? ? ? 51-55 DDBAC ? ? ? ? ?56-60 BCDAC 61. possibility?????????????62. be created?? ????????? 63. to build?? 64. used?? ????????????????? 65. that / which ? ? ? ?66. wrote?? 67. a?? ?????????????????????? 68. healthy?? ????????????????69. how?? 70. waiting? 短文改錯 71. When you found ... ? ? ? ? ? ? found → find 72. ... and you can ...?? ????????????? 去掉and 73. ... see so much ... ??????????????? much → many? 74. ... have wanted it ... ? ? ? ? ? ? it → one 75. ... my father’s helps ... ???????? helps → help 76. ... build a little ... ????????????????? build前加to 77. ... share books to ...? ?????????? to → with 78. Believing it or not ... ???????????? Believing → Believe 79. ... have been a hit ...? ?????????? have → has 80. ... how proudly I am. ? ? ? ? ? proudly → proud 書面表達 One possible version: Dear Alice, Recently our class had a discussion about whether it’s better to watch the film than read the book. We had different opinions. Some of us in favour of the film think watching a film can save a lot of time. Besides, it’s easier for people to understand. However, others think differently. They believe the book offers more information, and it’s enjoyable to read beautiful language. In my opinion, reading the book may be the better choice. It’s closely related to the author’s view. And it’s convenient to enjoy a book anytime and anywhere you like.? Yours, Li Hua ?新高考寫作題型——讀后續寫 One possible version: “No! I don’t understand. I want to keep the flowers forever,”?I said.? “I know you do, sweetie. But in the end, you’ll?understand?that every drop of?kindness?you give away returns to you in another way. Just wait and see.” So later that afternoon, we cut most of the?flowers?from the garden, tied them with colored ribbons, packed them in?colored paper, and then placed them in the refrigerator to keep them fresh overnight. Afterward, I headed to bed, but all night I thought about the flowers I’d miss. ??????Shortly after dawn the next morning, we began our journey through the neighborhood.?At each house, we hid behind our neighbors’ bushes. I’d run to the?front door, leave the basket and then ring the doorbell, smiling as I ran for cover. We’d hide behind the bushes and watch our neighbors as they looked up and down the street, wondering who’d left the?May basket?at the front door.?My mother?was right, of course. I was having fun secretly spreading?joy?throughout our neighborhood.? 部分解析 閱讀理解 第一節 A篇 主題語境:人與自我——生活 本文是應用文。文章介紹了五項活動。 21. C。細節理解題。根據RAF Flypast部分中的More than one hundred airplanes, from Spitfires to the Lightning, will be coming together和The amazing once-in-a-lifetime display ...可知,RAF Flypast這項活動將舉行飛機展覽。 22. C。細節理解題。根據Petfringe部分中的Petfringe also hosts the final of its Comedian Of The Year competition, where the winner will take home ?10,001可知,這項活動為喜劇演員設立了獎項。 23. A。細節理解題。根據Henley Festival部分中的There’s much to enjoy here, whether you’re fond of comedy, the arts, or opera和As You Like It部分中的Bill Shakespeare’s comedy in the Forest of Arden is directed by Max Webster可知,這兩項活動都適合喜劇愛好者。 B篇 主題語境:人與自然——環境保護 本文是記敘文。文章主要講述了來自秘魯的青少年José Adolfo Quisocala在年僅7歲的時候就創辦了兒童銀行,鼓勵青少年在保護環境的同時學會理財。 24. D。細節理解題。根據第一段中的the idea of an eco-bank, which allows kids of all ages to become economically independent while also helping the environment可知,這家銀行通過回收廢物幫助兒童存錢。 25. B。推理判斷題。根據第三段中的At the beginning, my teachers thought I was crazy or that a child could not do this type of project可知,José的老師對他的想法感到難以置信。 26. A。推理判斷題。根據第四段中的the Bartselana Student Bank had over 200 members who collectively brought in one ton of recyclable waste. Today, the eco-bank, has the support of several local organizations. On November 20, 2018, José won the Children’s Climate Prize可知,這個銀行不斷地發展壯大了。 27. B。推理判斷題。根據倒數第二段中的José’s eco-bank is a good way of linking ... both in thought and practice和A system that gives children both economic independence and the power to influence the climate可知,這位裁判認為,這個銀行在教兒童明智地投資的同時也保護了環境,是個很實用的系統。 C篇 主題語境:人與社會——藝術 ??? 本文是說明文。文章介紹了音樂的種類以及作者的音樂品味。 28. D。段落大意題。根據第一段中的Can you think of a day without music? We can hear music everywhere可知,第一段主要說明了音樂在人們生活中的重要性。 29. A。寫作手法題。根據第二段中的Folk music appeared long ago ... Folk songs are very pleasant to listen to. Classical music is often associated with the music of the past. Rap is a ...可知,第二段舉例說明了不同種類的音樂。 30. D。細節理解題。根據倒數第二段中的My favourite style of music is pop music, because it is full of energy可知,作者喜歡聽流行音樂是因為它充滿能量。 31. B。觀點態度題。根據倒數第二段中的My mother and father agree with my tastes in music可知,作者的父母對于作者的音樂品味持贊同的態度。 D篇 主題語境:人與社會——社會 本文是議論文。著名影星Barbra Streisand克隆自己的愛犬這一事件引發了社會的激烈討論。 32. C。推理判斷題。根據劃線部分中的criticism以及倒數第二段中的What I suppose surprised me most was the firestorm of criticism of Streisand可知,Streisand的所作所為引起了激烈的討論。 33. C。細節理解題。根據第二段中的So I finally got a new little dog of the same breed as Dancer可知,作者在自己的寵物狗死后又養了一條同一品種的寵物狗。 34. A。推理判斷題。根據倒數第二段中的When you consider that millions of wonderful adoptable dogs are dying in terrifying ways, you realize that cloning adds to the homeless-animal population crisis可知,PETA認為寵物克隆會對流浪動物不利。 35. C。細節理解題。根據最后一段中的every time I look at their faces, I think of my Samantha ... and smile可知,Barbra Streisand認為克隆犬讓她想起了自己的愛寵Samantha并感覺很幸福。 第二節 主題語境:人與社會——人際溝通 本文是說明文。文章就家長對孩子進行情緒輔導提出了五點建議。 36. G。根據該空前的Be able to see the situation from your children’s perspective可知,這一段建議家長站在孩子的立場上,建立與孩子之間的緊密聯系。 37. A。A項中的calming與下文中的The calmer we can stay, the better chance our children have相互呼應。 38. E。根據本段小標題Listen fully和空前的Being able to honestly hear what a child is saying can be important可知,本段主要講述了傾聽的重要性。 39. C。根據該段中的But the best emotional coaches focus on solving the “emotional problem” rather than just punishment for a not-so-smart choice可知,對孩子進行情緒輔導時應該注重解決問題而非懲罰。 40. F。根據本段小標題Learn together和空后的We may be learning patience and forgiveness, while our children may be learning how to ...可知,與孩子溝通的同時,我們也在學習。 語言知識運用 第一節 主題語境:人與自我——做人與做事 本文是記敘文。一位名叫Casey Spelman的女士在幫助一名陌生的盲人打到車后默默離開,她的善舉被另一位熱心人拍下并發布到網上,獲得了廣泛的贊譽。 41. D。根據下文中對Spelman幫助一名盲人打車的描述及第三段中的Spelman, 26, later walked away可知,Spelman對一位“陌生人(stranger)”的善舉引起了社會強烈的反響。 42. B。根據下文中的she flagged a car down for him可知,Spelman在“幫助(helping)”Dale時,并沒有猶豫。 43. D。44. A。根據下文中的she flagged a car down for him可知,Spelman“發現(spotting)” Dale在比賽過后擁擠的街道上努力地“吸引著(catch)”出租車司機的注意。 45. C。46. B。根據本段中的asked him if he needed assistance可知,Spelman“走過去(went over)”詢問Dale是否需要幫助。當Dale“說(said)”他確實需要幫助時,Spelman幫他攔下了一輛出租車。 47. C。根據空前的without asking for payment可知,Spelman在做完好事后沒有要任何報酬,也沒有引起任何“注意(attention)”就走了。 48. A。49. B。50. A。根據上文中對Spelman幫助陌生的盲人打車的描述可知,正巧站在附近一座樓上的Hamilton用相機拍下了spelman的“無私的(selfless)”舉動。他把這組“暖心的(heartwarming)”照片發布到了Facebook上,這組照片就“廣泛地(widely)”傳播開來。 51. D。根據本段中的There’re so many bad things going on in the world及上文中對Spelman幫助陌生的盲人打車的描述可知,世界上有很多不好的事情,但這件事情卻“相反(opposite)”。 52. D。53. B。根據第四段中的Spelman’s story is also reported in Indianapolis及第五段中的Dale, an assistant US attorney, also spoke highly of Spelman可知,Spelman得到了大眾的“認可(recognition)”。她因為她的善舉獲得了“夸贊(praise)”。 54. A。55. C。根據本段中的She didn’t get in my personal space,she didn’t touch me和which is a problem for some people及第一段中的Yusef Dale, who is blind可知,Spelman沒有侵犯Dale的私人空間,最為“重要的是(importantly)”,Spelman沒有隨便觸碰Dale。隨便被觸碰對于一些像Dale一樣身患“殘疾(disabilities)”的人來說是個問題。 56. B。根據本段中的But Spelman has played down what she did及It should be more normal可知,Spelman面對夸贊很是謙虛低調,她認為這只是一件很普通的事情,不應該是讓大家感到“驚奇的(surprised)”事情。 57. C。58. D。根據上文中對Spelman幫助陌生的盲人而被夸贊的描述可知,Hamilton發布的照片被很多人“點贊(likes)”。他認為這組照片也見證了“美好的(good)”人性。 59. A。根據本段中的three quick photos及Hamilton與Spelman之前并不認識的推測可知,這組照片是被“偶然(accidentally)”拍下的。 60. C。根據第一段中的resonating across the country及本段中的inspired so many可知,這組照片“感動了(touched)”很多人。 第二節 主題語境:人與社會——科學與技術 本文是說明文。文章主要介紹了科學家在3D打印人類器官方面所取得的重大突破。 61. possibility。考查名詞。由前面的the可知,設空處應填名詞,表示“可能性”,故填possibility。? 62. be created。考查被動語態。Replacement organs與create之間是被動關系,又由前面的could可知,應填be created。 63. to build。考查不定式作補語的用法。allow sb. to do sth.意為“容許某人做某事”。 64. used。考查動詞-ed形式作定語的用法。設空處作定語修飾those,又因為use與those之間是邏輯上的動賓關系,故填used。 65. that / which。考查關系代詞。設空處引導限制性定語從句,修飾先行詞networks,且在從句中作主語,故填that / which。 66. wrote。考查一般過去時。由前面的Several months ago可知,設空處是對過去事實的描述,應用一般過去時,故填wrote。 67. a。考查不定冠詞。“such a / an +可數名詞單數形式”意為“這樣的一個……”。 68. healthy。考查形容詞作定語的用法。設空處作定語修飾tissues,表示“健康的”,故填healthy。 69. how。考查連接詞。設空處所在句意為:這是一個重大的問題,因為生物打印出的組織有多好會影響到治療有“多(how)”成功。 70. waiting。考查動詞-ing形式作定語的用法。設空處作定語修飾people,又因為people與wait之間是邏輯上的主謂關系,故填waiting。

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  • ID:4-8212437 Module 4 Music 模塊測試題(含答案解析)

    高中英語/外研版/選修6/Module 4 Music

    Module 4 Music 模塊測試題 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分) 第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分) 閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項。 A The A+ World Academy is certainly very different from the schools that most of us know. It is not found in a building on the side of a street. The school is based on a Norwegian tall ship that has its own long and interesting history. The ship is called?S?rlandet. It first became a school ship in 1927, and today it is the oldest fully rigged ship (全帆裝船) in the world. Sixty students aged between 15 and 18 come from all over the world to attend the school. They take part in safety drills (演習) preparing them for any possible dangers. While at sea, four to seven hours are spent in the classroom each day. Students are also required to spend two more hours working as lookouts, or in the kitchen. The school year begins in late August and ends in early July. Beds are offered in the sleeping areas, but most students choose to sleep in hammocks (吊床) which are hung up at night and taken down and packed away in the morning. It’s supposed to be easier to sleep in a hammock at sea when the weather is bad and there is less chance of becoming seasick. During the school year, the?S?rlandet?visits about 20 different ports (港口). The ship has two teams of 12 professional sailors each. There are seven teachers on board plus a Dean of Students and a doctor. There is no email or Internet when the ship is sailing out at sea, so students have to wait until they reach the next port to catch up with their family and friends. Once they arrive in port, students spend 50 percent of their time on field trips learning about where they are, and the other 50 percent of their time exploring on their own. If you are interested, you can find further information at?www.aplusworld.academy. 21. What is special about A+ World Academy??? ?A. It mainly offers adult education. ?B. It is the oldest school in the world. ?C. It aims to train professional sailors. ?D. It is an international?school?on?a?ship. 22. Why are hammocks used in the school? ?A. There are no beds on the?S?rlandet. ?B. There are rules saying they must. ?C. They can help ease seasickness. ?D. They are teaching materials. 23. What can we learn about the students’ life during the school year? ?A. It is relaxing and comfortable. ?B. It is eye-opening and well-planned. ?C. It includes a series of online lessons. ?D. It helps to strengthen parent-child ties. ? B The day I walked out of a bookstore with Tom Wolfe’s?The Right Stuff, I’d only meant to buy some glue. But there it was on the shelf, and it looked interesting, so I took my glue money and bought the book. As I lay on my unmade college dorm (宿舍) bed reading about the pilots who became the first U.S. astronauts (宇航員), I discovered something I’d never had: a dream. In his great works of fiction and nonfiction, Wolfe — who died on May 14, 2018 — made you feel as if you were there in the moment. The characters in?The Bonfire of the Vanities?seemed like real people in New York City, and?The Right Stuff?made me want to be like those test pilots. About 18 years after that day at the store, I made my first spaceflight. In 2016, I sent him a photo of myself holding?The Right Stuff?and floating in a module (艙) during my year-long stay at the International Space Station from March 27, 2015 to March 2, 2016, and he responded the same day, in very Tom Wolfe fashion, with made-up words and unusual punctuation (標點符號).?“At last I can point with great pride at what I have done for the U.S.A.,”?he wrote. After I got back to Earth, we had lunch at the Carlyle Hotel, at a corner table. He showed up with his white three-piece suit and a walking stick with a wolf on top. I was starting to write a book myself, so I asked him how he did it. “What do you mean?” he said. “I use a pencil.” 24. Which word best describes the author’s getting?The Right Stuff?? A. Costly. ??? B. Dreamlike. C. Unexpected. ?? D. Troublesome. 25. How does the author feel about Tom Wolfe’s books? A. They are all true stories. B. They are closely connected to readers. C. They focus on people living in the moment. D. They encourage readers to realize their dreams. 26. What did the author do in 2016? A. He managed a hotel. B. He made a trip into space. C. He took a photo with Tom Wolfe. D. He wrote a book about his spaceflight. 27. What does Tom Wolfe’s response to the author’s question show? A. His humor.?? B. His boredom. C. His honesty.? D. His misunderstanding. ? C This week the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra from Venezuela hit with great excitement — a quality not often associated with the world of classical music. They brought the Festival Hall to life, owing to (由于) their joy, amusing behaviour and uncontrolled enthusiasm for making music. The audience gave the youngsters a big round of applause; children and adults shouted with delight at the end of the concert. After a basically serious, if exciting, programme, we were all hoping for some colour in the encores (加演節目), and we did get it! The hall suddenly went dark, the orchestra put on their colourful Venezuelan jackets over their black dresses or suits, and the place went wild. As the youngsters gave the first of two encores, both Latin American classics, we were no longer in wet, grey London but experiencing the spirit of Latin America. They stood up, danced and threw their jackets in the air. They had clearly done this no end of times before, but the pleasure they took in it could be felt. The sound they make is powerful; the 180 young faces are full of concentration and pleasure, and the classical music they make feels really important. The 28-year-old conductor is a?powerhouse, owing to the fact that he jumps on the spot to encourage the orchestra, his hair waving wildly, every bone of his body bending to the notes. The Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra is the product of the El Sistema’s Orchestral Academic Programme run by the Venezuelan government which gives every girl and boy, however poor, the chance to have not only free music classes but an instrument. The result is that no fewer than a quarter of a million children — three quarters of them below the poverty line — are involved in making music in hundreds of orchestras. Given the widespread lack of interest in classical music of teenagers in this country, you couldn’t help feeling that attending one of these events is something they should be made to do. 28. How did the public react to the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra? A. They were crazy about it. B. They were moved to tears. C. They were doubtful about it. D. They were disappointed by it. 29. What quality does the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra show in Paragraph 3?? A. Care. B. Strictness. C. Determination. D. Enthusiasm. 30. The underlined word “powerhouse” in Paragraph 4 refers to someone _____. A. who has a lot of energy? B. who is good at sports ? C. who has a kind heart D. who is independent 31. What can we learn about the Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra? A. It is supported by the government. B. It aims to train the poor to make music. C. It has changed millions of children’s lives. D. It consists of world-famous talented musicians. ? D Australian actor and comedian Rebel Wilson first came to public attention in Australian TV shows such as?Pizza,?The Wedge?and?Bogan Pride. Since then, her career has taken off, with star turns in movies such as?Bridesmaids,?Pitch Perfect?and?The Hustle. But it seems that just about every time she opens her mouth, whether in person or in character, there’s a weight-based reference. She played a character called Fat Amy in?Pitch Perfect?and years before that she was Fat Mandi in?The Wedge. Here’s what I want to know: Does Rebel imagine everyone is making fun of her size when they see her? Sadly, it seems so. I can understand that being large in a fat-phobic (談胖色變的) society must sometimes be funny and I also understand that as a 100 kg woman in Hollywood, Rebel needs to have a good sense of humour. But I think she’s past being a symbol for the fat movement and should just get on with being a great actor and comedian. In any case, when you base your whole career on being the funny fat girl offering up your body for laughs, what happens when you lose weight? It reminds (使……想起) me of British comedian Dawn French, who has been a large woman for many, many years and who declared war on fat jokes a few years ago.?“It is no more acceptable to make a fat joke than to make a racist (種族主義的) joke,”?she said. Rebel and Dawn are naturally funny women who surely don’t need to use their size in such a manner all the time. I worry that fat-centred humour makes it acceptable for non-fat people to laugh at fat people and make jokes at their expense. Unfortunately, we live in a world where larger female actors?—?even excellent ones such as Melissa McCarthy?—?are called?“female hippos (河馬)”?by critics, so I can understand them wanting to get in first with a joke. Rebel gets away with it because she is very funny, but she has so much more to offer than her size being the topic of her own jokes. 32. What do we know about Rebel Wilson?? A. She has a great career.? B. She is really proud of her size. C. She came to public attention recently.? D. She is more famous as a comedian than an actor. 33. What should Rebel do in the author’s opinion? A. Attempt to lose weight.? B. Try to be more humorous. C. Learn from Hollywood stars. D. Stop making fun of her body.? 34. What does Dawn French think of fat jokes? A. They lead to racism. B. They are unacceptable. C. They have ruined her career. D. They encourage people to put on weight. 35. How can we describe the name “female hippo”? A. Objective.? B. Disrespectful. C. Admirable. ?? D. Puzzling. 第二節(共5小題;每小題2分,滿分10分) 根據短文內容,從短文后的選項中選出能填入空白處的最佳選項。選項中有兩項為多余選項。 Yodel-ay-hee-hoo When most people think about Switzerland, they think of Swiss cheese, Swiss Army knives, tall Alpine mountains, and yodeling (約德爾唱法). Most of us have seen at least one movie in which someone stands on a mountainside and calls,?“Yodel-ay-hee-hoo”.??36 Yodeling is widely believed to have originated in the Alpine area as a means of communicating over large distances and calling cows. In the 1200s, early herders in the Alpine area discovered that they could alternate (交替) their voices between a regular (規則的) singing voice and a falsetto (假嗓子) voice. This kind of singing became known as yodeling in English. ?37??By 1830, it was a popular act in theaters and music halls. It was also included in many Austrian and Swiss folk songs. In the United States, some of the traveling singers in the 19th century performed yodeling.??38??Folk singer Jimmie Rodgers made a recording called “Blue Yodel No.1.” He finally recorded 13 blue yodel songs, which combined yodeling with African American blues and work songs. Rodgers’ recording made yodeling popular in the United States. ?39??They do it by rapidly changing from their regular chest singing voice to their falsetto head voice. They might be changing several times in just a few seconds. It takes time and training for singers to learn how to move so quickly between the two voice levels. ?40??Listen to some yodeling performances, then find a mountaintop, or at least some place where you won’t bother anyone, and give it a try.? A. How do singers yodel? B. People felt discontent with these wild songs. C. Yodeling has found its way into many modern movies. D. Singers began using yodeling in other forms of music. E. But just what is this strange noise, what is it for, and how did it get started? F. Many people try yodeling, especially because it is said to help reduce stress. G. It didn’t take long for yodeling to move from a folk tradition to a type of entertainment. ? 第三部分:語言知識運用(共兩節,滿分45分) 第一節(共20小題;每小題1.5分,滿分30分) 閱讀下面短文,從短文后各題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出可以填入空白處的最佳選項。 I contribute inspiring stories to several magazines. This morning when I got to work, I opened an e-mail from another writer, Carol Kuykendall, who had just??41??my story for the day and she said she was really impressed. Carol and I have a few things??42?. We both like dogs,??43??golden retrievers (金毛獵犬).?? ?I wrote a lot about my??44??and what they teach me. In fact, I’ve just published a book for my??45??golden retriever called Always By My Side: Life Lessons From Millie and All the Dogs I’ve Loved. When my wife and I??46??Millie to a killer disease a few years ago, we were rather??47?. Finally we overcame our pain and found another golden, a baby dog we named Grace.? Carol’s golden, Kemo,??48??both Carol and her husband got through a difficult and unpleasant period of time. Kemo was??49??by their side. Recently Kemo passed away. Carol was so??50?, she wasn’t sure she could ever get another dog. Finally she was ready after she??51??what I had written for my dog. I’d written about what a handful Grace had been as a baby dog?—??52?, naughty (淘氣的) and playful?—??53??almost everything in her path, including phone chargers, credit cards and so on. “Edward, I’m not sure I could handle another puppy,” Carol said to me. I told her that Grace had??54?. She has become positive,??55??and responsible. She is always by our side,??56??us so much patience. “Didn’t you read what I had written at the end of the??57?? I really??58??that I would be more patient and that’s exactly what I’ve??59??from Grace.” I hope I persuaded Carol. What struck me as more interesting, though, was the way a story had brought us together. That’s what stories do. They draw us??60?. 41. A. covered ??????????? B. finished C. written D. shared 42. A. in mind? ???? B. under way C. under control ????? D. in common 43. A. especially ???????? B. surprisingly? C. probably? ????????? D. normally 44. A. friends ? ? ? ? B. books C. parents ? ? ? ? ? D. dogs 45. A. late ???????????? B. old C. lazy D. new 46. A. led ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?B. introduced C. lost ? ?? ? ? ? D. followed 47. A. ashamed? ?????????? B. sad C. frightened ??????????? D. calm 48. A. realized ??????????? B. saw C. felt ? ? ? ? ? ? D. made 49. A. even ?????????????????? B. already ? C. seldom ? ? ? ? ? D. always 50. A. heartbroken ? ? ? B. independent C. busy ? ? ? ? ? ? ? D. exhausted 51. A. studied? ??????????? B. published C. read ? ? ? ? ? ? D. remembered 52. A. patient? ????????? B. energetic C. polite? ?????????????????? D. confident 53. A. collecting ??? B. returning C. understanding ???? D. destroying 54. A. grown up ? ? ? ? B. given up C. settled down ????? D. fell down 55. A. experienced? ??? B. strict C. friendly ? ? ? ? ? D. famous 56. A. awarding ? ?? ? B. showing C. finding ??????????? D. serving 57. A. day? ???????????????? B. report C. story ? ? ? ? ? ? ?D. interview 58. A. appreciated ? ? ? B. doubted C. agreed? ?????????????? D. hoped 59. A. learned? ?????????????? B. heard C. expected? ?????????? D. stolen 60. A. deeper ???????????????? B. back? C. closer ???????????????? D. away 第二節(共10小題;每小題1.5分,滿分15分) 閱讀下面短文,在空白處填入1個適當的單詞或括號內單詞的正確形式。 I started playing the piano when I was five years old and still really enjoy it now. 61. ________ is a perfect way to relax and it cheers me up when I’m feeling down. When I lived at home with my parents, we 62. ________ (have) a lovely piano in the house. Besides, I attended piano 63. ________ (lesson) every week. However, when I went to university, I had to leave my family, my home and my piano behind. I missed playing the piano so much that I spent all the money I saved 64. ________ a new electric piano. I had difficulty 65. ________ (take) it from the music shop to my house by myself, so I took a friend with me 66. ________ (get) it into a taxi. And then we carried it to the door. I am very delighted I bought it though. When I felt tired after studying or writing a research paper for a while, I would take a break to play something energetic, 67. ________ really helped remove my great stress! When I was feeling a bit homesick, playing music made me feel much 68. ________ (good). Now I’m on my year abroad and 69. ________ (fortunately) I don’t have a piano any more, but I still listen to a lot of classical music 70. ________ (write) by my favourite composers like Beethoven and Chopin. I think when I go home next time, I’ll drive my family mad because I’ll play the piano all the time.? ? 第四部分:寫作(共兩節,滿分35分) 第一節:短文改錯(共10小題;每小題1分,滿分10分) 假定英語課上老師要求同桌之間交換修改作文,請你修改你同桌寫的以下作文。文中共有10處語言錯誤,每句中最多有兩處。每處錯誤僅涉及一個單詞的增加、刪除或修改。 增加:在缺詞處加一個漏字符號(∧),并在其下面寫出該加的詞。 刪除:把多余的詞用斜線(\)劃掉。 修改:在錯的詞下劃一橫線,并在該詞下面寫出修改后的詞。 注意:1.?每處錯誤及其修改均僅限一詞;2.?只允許修改10處,多者(從第11處起)不計分。 When I am very young, I often felt terrible and got anger easily. I argued my parents for no reason but cried my eyes out. Luckily, a book calling?The Secret, that had a good effect on me, helped me out. I immediate started to keep a diary every day to write down all the things I was grateful for them in my life. As a result of the good habit, I am feeling like the new girl now. I take part in more activities and have made more friend.? 第二節:書面表達(滿分25分) 假定你是李華,你校近期將舉辦一場中國古典音樂會。你們班上新來的英國交換生Eric酷愛中國古典音樂。請你根據所給提示用英語給他寫一封郵件,邀請他和你一同前去欣賞表演,內容包括: 1.?活動時間及地點; 2.?表演人員及內容。 注意:1.?詞數100左右(開頭和結尾已給出,但不計入總詞數);2.?可以適當增加細節,以使行文連貫。 Dear Eric, ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ? ??Yours,? ? ??Li Hua ? 參考答案 21-25 DCBCD ? ? ?26-30 BAADA 31-35 AADBB? ??? 36-40 EGDAF 41-45 BDADA 46-50 CBBDA? ??? 51-55 CBDAC ? ? ?56-60 BCDAC 61. It???????????????62. had ? ? ? ? 63. lessons?? 64. on ???????????????? 65. taking ?66. to get?? 67. which ???????? 68. better ??????? 69. unfortunately??70. written? 短文改錯 71. When I am ...?? ?????????????????????? am?→?was ??? 72. ... got anger easily. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? anger?→?angry? 73. ... argued my parents ... ????? argued后加with ?? 74. ... but cried my ... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?but?→?and ? 75. ... a book calling ... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? calling?→?called? 76. ... that had a ... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?that?→?which?? 77. I immediate started ... ? ? ? ? ? ?immediate?→?immediately 78. ... grateful for them ... ? ? ? ? ? ?去掉them ?? 79.?…?the new girl ... ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?the?→?a ? 80. ... made more friend. ? ? ? ? ? ? friend?→?friends ??? 書面表達 One possible version: Dear Eric, I’m writing to invite you to the Chinese classical concert to be held in our school hall this Friday afternoon. During the concert, members from our school music club will play many great classical masterpieces. I know you’re interested in Chinese classical music and its musical instruments. It’s a good chance to enjoy them in person. I believe you can get more knowledge of Chinese classical music and have a better understanding of it.? I’m looking forward to your coming. ??Yours,? ? Li Hua ? 部分解析 閱讀理解 第一節 A篇 主題語境:人與自我——學習 本文是應用文。文章介紹了一所特殊的海上學校A+ World Academy。 21. D。細節理解題。根據第一段中的The school is based on a Norwegian tall ship that has its own long and interesting history及第二段中的Sixty students aged between 15 and 18 come from all over the world to attend the school可知,A+ World Academy的校舍就是一艘船,學生的學習主要在船上完成,這所學校主要招收全世界15到18歲的孩子。 22. C。細節理解題。根據第三段中的It’s supposed to be easier to sleep in a hammock at sea when the weather is bad and there is less chance of becoming seasick可知,躺在吊床上可以防止暈船。 23. B。推理判斷題。根據倒數第二段的內容可知,在A+ World Academy的S?rlandet上船員、醫生和老師都配備齊全,這樣可以為學生的生活、學習保駕護航,在學年中還會停靠不同的港口,讓學生們進行實地考察,學校還會為學生安排自己的游覽時間。由此可見,該學校井井有條的學習生活可以拓寬學生視野、豐富學生生活。 B篇 主題語境:人與社會——文學 本文是記敘文。作者在文中講述了自己偶然讀到了作家湯姆·沃爾夫的作品,這件事對自己成為一名宇航員產生了深遠的影響。 24. C。細節理解題。根據第一段首句The day I walked out of a bookstore with Tom Wolfe’s The Right Stuff, I’d only meant to buy some glue以及緊接著的描述可知,作者當時去書店是想買膠水,然而卻被湯姆·沃爾夫的《太空英雄》(The Right Stuff)這本書深深吸引,因此將原本買膠水的錢用來購買了此書。由此可知,作者買書的行為是出乎意料的。 25. D。推理判斷題。根據第二段中作者對湯姆·沃爾夫其中兩本書的舉例:The characters in The Bonfire of the Vanities seemed like real people in New York City, and The Right Stuff made me want to be like those test pilots,再結合第一段中的I discovered something I’d never had: a dream和第二段中的About 18 years after that day at the store, I made my first spaceflight可知,湯姆·沃爾夫的書對作者有很大的啟發,不但促使作者有了自己的理想,而且激發了作者去實現自己的夢想。 26. B。細節理解題。根據第三段中的In 2016, I sent him a photo of myself ... at the International Space Station可知,作者在2016年進行了一次太空探索。 27. A。推理判斷題。根據第三段中I was starting to write a book myself, so I asked him how he did it可知,作者想詢問如何寫作,但湯姆·沃爾夫給出的回答是“用鉛筆”,由此可以推測,此處湯姆·沃爾夫的簡單回答I use a pencil其實是一種幽默。 C篇 主題語境:人與社會——藝術 本文是說明文。文章介紹了委內瑞拉的一個極富熱情的管弦樂隊——Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra。 28. A。細節理解題。根據第二段中的They brought the Festival Hall to life及The audience gave the youngsters a big round of applause; children and adults shouted with delight at the end of the concert可知,Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra的表演點燃了整個音樂廳,所有人都因此而激情澎湃,并給他們以熱烈的掌聲。 29. D。推理判斷題。根據第三段中的The hall suddenly went dark, the orchestra put on their colourful Venezuelan jackets over their black dresses or suits ... They had clearly done this no end of times before, but the pleasure they took in it could be felt可知,Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra的表演極富熱情,很有感染力。 30. A。詞義猜測題。根據第四段中的owing to the fact that he jumps on the spot to encourage the orchestra, his hair waving wildly, every bone of his body bending to the notes可知,Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra的樂隊指揮非常有激情,頗具活力的他在舞臺上跳躍著,鼓舞著每一個人,整個人都散發著活力。 31. A。細節理解題。根據最后一段中的The Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra is the product of the El Sistema’s Orchestral Academic Programme run by the Venezuelan government ... are involved in making music in hundreds of orchestras可知,Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra是由政府贊助的。 D篇 主題語境:人與社會——社會 本文是議論文。作者認為演員瑞貝爾次次都靠取笑自己肥胖的身材來制造笑料實在不可取。 32. A。推理判斷題。根據第一段中的Since then, her career has taken off可知,瑞貝爾的演藝事業很成功。 33. D。推理判斷題。根據第五段中的But I think she’s past being a symbol for the fat movement and should just get on with being a great actor and comedian可知,作者認為瑞貝爾不該總用自己的肥胖制造笑料。 34. B。細節理解題。根據倒數第五段中的who declared war on fat jokes a few years ago及下文Dawn French所說的話可知,Dawn French認為拿肥胖開玩笑不可取。 35. B。推理判斷題。根據倒數第二段中的Unfortunately及critics等關鍵詞可知,這一稱呼帶有嘲諷的意味。 第二節 主題語境:人與社會——藝術 本文是說明文。文章介紹了約德爾唱法的來源及發展。 36. E。根據第二段的內容可知,約德爾唱法起源于瑞士阿爾卑斯山,是一種速度較快、不斷反復地在胸部發音和頭部發音之間進行的大跨度音階轉換的歌唱形式。起初,在山里牧人們常常用號角和叫喊聲來呼喚他們的羊群、牛群,也用歌聲向對面山上或山谷中的朋友傳達各種信息。久而久之,他們竟發展出一種十分有趣而又令人驚嘆的約德爾唱法。E項銜接下文,下文是對該問題的回答。 37. G。根據下文中的By 1830, it was a popular act in theaters and music halls ... some of the traveling singers in the 19th century performed yodeling可知,約德爾唱法漸漸地從民間的傳統演變成一種娛樂形式。當時這種唱法在劇院和音樂廳頗為流行,而且它還被融入到很多民間歌曲中。G項是對下文的總結。 38. D。根據下文中的Folk singer Jimmie Rodgers made a recording called?“Blue Yodel No.1.”?He finally recorded 13 blue yodel songs, which combined yodeling with African American blues and work songs可知,歌手開始將約德爾唱法融入到其它的歌曲形式中。比如Jimmie Rodgers?將布魯斯音樂與約德爾唱法結合在一起錄制了一系列歌曲。D項與下文構成例證關系。 39. A。根據設空處所在段的內容可知,約德爾唱法的特點是在演唱開始時在中、低音區用真聲唱,然后突然用假聲進入高音區,并且用這兩種方法迅速地交替演唱,形成奇特的效果。由此可知,該段介紹了約德爾唱法的技巧。A項與下文構成解釋說明的關系。 40. F。下文中的Listen to some yodeling performances, then find a mountaintop, or at least some place where you won’t bother anyone, and give it a try與F項中的Many people try yodeling相呼應,許多人在嘗試約德爾唱法,你可以聽聽他們的演唱并做出嘗試。 語言知識運用 第一節 主題語境:人與自我——生活與學習 本文是記敘文。文章主要講述了作者和另一位作家與各自的愛犬相處的點滴,以及作者從愛犬身上學到的東西。 41. B。根據下文中的she said she was really impressed可知,Carol剛剛“讀完(finished)”作者寫的故事。 42. D。43. A。根據下文中對Carol與作者都養狗愛狗的描述可知,Carol與作者有很多“共同點(in common)”。他們都喜歡狗,“尤其(especially)”喜歡金毛獵犬。 44. D。根據本段中的I’ve just published a book ... called Always By My Side: Life Lessons From Millie and All the Dogs I’ve Loved及下文中對作者在與愛犬相處的過程中學到很多的描述可知,作者寫了很多關于他的“愛犬(dogs)”的故事以及它們教會他的事。 45. A。46. C。47. B。根據本段中的Millie to a killer disease a few years ago可知,作者專門為他“已故的(late)”金毛獵犬Millie寫了一本書。作者和妻子“失去了(lost)”因病去世的Millie,他們非常“難過(sad)”。 48. B。49. D。根據本段中的both Carol and her husband got through a difficult and unpleasant period of time及by their side可知,Carol的金毛獵犬Kemo“見證了(saw)”Carol和她的丈夫所經歷的一段艱難歲月,而Kemo“一直(always)”都陪伴在他們的身邊。 50. A。根據上文中的Recently Kemo passed away可知,Carol為Kemo的去世而“心碎(heartbroken)”。 51. C。根據上文中的she wasn’t sure she could ever get another dog和Finally she was ready可知,Carol在痛失愛犬Kemo之后一度不知道自己是否能再養別的狗。最后,她在“讀了(read)”作者為愛犬所寫的作品后才釋懷。 52. B。53. D。根據本段中的a baby dog及naughty and playful可知,作者描寫了愛犬Grace小時候的樣子——“精力充沛(energetic)”、淘氣且頑皮,她會“毀掉(destroying)”出現在她前進道路上的一切事物,包括手機充電器、信用卡等等。 54. A。55. C。56. B。根據本段中的She has become positive ... and responsible及She is always by our side可知,作者告訴Carol,愛犬Grace已經“長大了(grown up)”。她變得積極、“友善(friendly)”、有責任感。她總是陪伴在作者一家人的身邊,“展現出(showing)”她超凡的耐心。 57. C。根據上文中對Carol讀過作者關于愛犬的故事的描述可知,作者問Carol是否看到了自己寫在“故事(story)”結尾處的話。 58. D。59. A。根據本段中的I would be more patient及上文中對作者從愛犬身上學到很多的描述可知,作者真心“希望(hoped)”自己能變得更有耐心,這也是他從愛犬Grace身上“學到(learned)”的東西。 60. C。根據本段中的a story had brought us together可知,故事能讓人們的心靠得“更近(closer)”。 第二節 主題語境:人與社會——藝術 本文是記敘文。文章主要講述了作者對鋼琴的喜愛。 61. It。考查it的用法。設空處作形式主語,真正的主語是后面的不定式結構,故填It。? 62. had。考查一般過去時。由前面的When I lived at home with my parents可知,設空處是對過去事實的描述,應用一般過去時,故填had。 63. lessons。考查名詞復數。lesson在此意為“課程”,是可數名詞且表泛指,又因為其前無冠詞,故填名詞復數形式lessons。 64. on。考查固定搭配。spend ... on ...意為“在……上花費……”。 65. taking。考查固定搭配。have difficulty (in) doing sth.意為“做某事有困難”。 66. to get。考查不定式作狀語的用法。“我”帶朋友同去是為了把鋼琴搬進出租車里,故填to get。 67. which。考查關系代詞。設空處引導非限制性定語從句,指代前面的主句,且在從句中作主語,故填which。 68. better。考查形容詞比較級。由前面的much可知,應用形容詞比較級,故填better。 69. unfortunately。考查副詞。設空處作狀語,修飾后面的句子,又由I don’t have a piano any more可知,設空處在此表示“遺憾地”,故填unfortunately。 70. written。考查動詞-ed形式作定語的用法。設空處作定語修飾classical music,又因為write與classical music之間是邏輯上的動賓關系,且write所表示的動作已完成,故填written。

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    Module 2 Fantasy Literature – Philip Pullman.模塊測試題 閱讀理解(共兩節,滿分40分) 第一節(共15小題;每小題2分,滿分30分) 閱讀下列短文,從每題所給的A、B、C和D四個選項中,選出最佳選項。 A White water action in Victoria Falls In 1985, Shearwater was the first Zimbabwean company to run white-water rafting (激流漂流) trips in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Since then, Shearwater has become known internationally for some of the best white water action on the planet. Today, 34 years later, Shearwater continues to be at the forefront (處于最前列) of white-water rafting on the Zambezi, offering one-day rafting trips (in both high- and low-water seasons), overnight trips, and multi-day wilderness adventures. Splash and Dash — March and June “Splash and Dash” describes a very high-water run operated at the beginning and end of the rafting season. Most of the really big rapids, for which the Zambezi is famous, have either been washed out or are considered too dangerous for rafting purposes. The hike (徒步旅行) out of the gorge remains difficult, so you need to be fit! US $132 Multi-day rafting adventures — low water only A chance for you to explore more of the Zambezi River past the Batoka Gorge Dam and on to the upper reaches of Lake Kariba. The days get lazier as the river widens through flat areas, and there is plenty of opportunity for you to fish, watch the wildlife and camp in the wilderness on the sandy beaches of the Zambezi. Shearwater offers 2.5-day (US $550) and 5-day (US $880) multi-day rafting trips. Overnight trips — low water only Instead of facing a tiring climb at the end of an amazing day, take us up on our offer to camp overnight in the gorge on one of the beaches used only by Shearwater customers, and enjoy complete peace and privacy beside the river when everyone else has left. Tents are provided, although many people choose to sleep under the clear sky. US $220 — Minimum (最少量) of 4 required. 21. What can we learn about Shearwater? A. It was set up twenty years ago. B. It leads the field in white-water rafting.?? C. It offers worldwide adventure activities. D. It was the first company to run a tourism business. 22. How much should you pay if you take a 5-day rafting trip? A. $132.?????? B. $220.??????? C. $550.??????? D. $880. 23. What is special about overnight trips? A. They are quite dangerous. B. They offer a private beach.??? C. They involve a long and tiring hike. D. They are run in high-water seasons. ? B Mickey Wilson had been on the mountain for only a few seconds when he heard the shouting. Wilson, a 28-year-old ski (滑雪) lover, had just gotten off the chairlift at the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area in Keystone, Colorado, along with his friends Billy Simmons and Hans Mueller. Their friend Richard had been on the chairlift ahead of them, but when the men reached the top of the chairlift, he had seemingly disappeared. The men walked toward the shouting and found skiers pointing to the chairlift. And then the friends shouted too. When Richard had tried to jump off the chairlift, his backpack had become caught in the chairlift, which then pulled him back down the hill. In the process, the backpack strap (帶子) ended up around his neck. Now Richard’s body was four feet below the chairlift, his ski boots ten feet above the snow. The chairlift operator had quickly stopped the chairlift, and the skiers ran toward the scene. They made a human pyramid (金字塔) to try to reach Richard, but Richard was too far off the ground. Then Wilson ran to a nearby chairlift tower. After he reached the top, Wilson’s first challenge was to somehow climb onto the two-inch steel cable (鋼索) that held the chairlifts. As luck would have it, he’s a professional slackliner (走軟繩者). That helped him keep his balance, but he knew he couldn’t walk on the cable. “I had ski boots on,” Wilson says.??? The solution: He climbed onto the chairlift cable, then used his hands to pull himself to Richard. Wilson’s greatest fear wasn’t that he’d fall, but that he wouldn’t reach his friend in time. When he reached Richard’s chairlift, Wilson dropped down onto it. Now standing on the chairlift, he kicked down on the backpack, trying to use a knife to break the backpack strap. Richard fell down to the soft snow below and was then sent to the hospital at once.??? That night, Richard called Wilson from the hospital. Richard couldn’t say much, but he did thank his friend. “No problem, bro,” Wilson said. “I always wanted to climb one of those things.” 24. What happened to Richard at the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area? A. He ended up hanging from a ski lift. B. He sat across the chairlift cable. C. He was stuck in the chair. D. He fell down the hill. 25. Which of the following helped Wilson save Richard’s life? A. His ski boots. B. The calm skiers. C. A human pyramid. D. His slackline skills. 26. Which words can best describe Wilson? A. Kind and traditional. B. Humorous and polite. C. Serious and energetic. D. Courageous and wise. 27. What does the story mainly tell us? A. Well begun is half done. B. He that climbs high falls heavily. C. A friend in need is a friend indeed. D. All things are difficult before they are easy. ? C When Jack Prelutsky was a kid in New York more than fifty years ago, he didn’t know he would grow up to write poetry for children. Neither of his parents read poetry to him when he was little. When his fourth-grade teacher read poems in class, he thought they seemed boring. To nine-year-old Prelutsky, poetry seemed like serious business. And Prelutsky was anything but serious. “I wanted to hear poems about myself — about outer space and sports and music,” he says. “So I started to think of poetry as punishment.” Prelutsky had always taken voice and piano lessons, but when he attended New York’s High School of Music and Art, his love for music grew deeper. “I liked the way songs said what they had to say — the simple, direct, ordinary langu