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Unit 1 ( Module 2 )
作者:信息部   来源:北大才子家教网   发布日期:2011/4  
Unit 1 ( Module 2 )

                               Unit  1  ( Module 2 )

单项选择

1. Everything was so expensive during the war that it was hardly __________ to save a penny.

A. probable               B. Likely                 C. Possible                    D. Able

2. --- Sorry, I’m late.

  --- That’s OK. I _________ long.

  A. haven’t waited                                   B. Don’t wait         

C. Haven’t been waiting                          D. Didn’t wait

3. An ___________ look appeared on the boy’s face when he heard the ___________ news.

  A. excited; excited                                 B. Exciting; exciting      

  C. Excited; exciting                                D. Exciting; excited

4. --- I can’t find my MP3 anywhere. Who __________ it away?

  --- Perhaps, your younger brother did.

  A. may have taken     B. Can have taken   C. Should have taken      D. Can take

5. Tom is the only one of the witnesses who ___________ the whole accident.

  A. Has reported seeing                                   B. Have reported to see

  C. has reported to see                             D. Have reported seeing

6. __________ the bad weather, the sports meeting has been put off until next week.

  A. For                      B. As                     C. Due to                            D. Because

7. He said he would come to the party, but he hasn’t __________ yet. Which of the following is wrong?

  A. shown up             B. Come along        C. Turned up                 D. Come up

8. The possibility that he knew about the stolen files cannot be ___________.

  A. Ruled out               B. Looked into         C. Got rid of                  D. Made up

9. I could not think of a story to tell the children, so I ___________ as I went along.

  A. made it up             B. Made one up      C. Made up one             D. Made one

10. It is said that Xiao Pin has made ____________ in all his lessons.

  A. many progresses                               B. A plenty of progress

  C. great advance                                    D. Greater progress

11. --- What have you been up to ___________?

   --- Preparing for the coming exam.

  A. those days            B. From then         C. Lately                        D. After that

12. --- I __________ so hard recently that I __________ any time for

     collecting new stamps.

   --- OK, I’ll ring you up if I have any news.

  A. have worked; hadn’t                          B. Have been working; haven’t had

  C. am working; haven’t                          D. Have been working; hadn’t had

13. Nobody can ____________ run a mile in mile in two minutes.

  A. maybe                  B. Probably            C. Possibly                   D. Likely

14. He agrees with us. In other words, his opinion is __________ to ours.

  A. Similar                  B. Common            C. Popular                    D. The same

15. He wasted a lot of time ____________ fame and money instead of working hard.

  A. running into          B. Running across   C. running a risk           D. Running after

16. As he grew up, he developed a lot of interest in ___________ treasure at the bottom of the ocean.

  A. sinking                 B. Sunken              C. Sank                 D. Sunk

17. I ____________ violin lessons every two weeks, but I think I’ll make it every week from next month.

  A. an having              B. Have had            C. Have                 D. Have been having

18. The small country ___________ since the 1880s.

  A. has come into existence                      B. Has been in existence

  C. has been existed                                D. Began to exist

19. The weather here is much better than ___________ in the north.

  A. the one                 B. One                   C. It                      D. That

20. It is about half an hour since he ___________ here.

  A. Came                    B. Has come           C. Had come          D. Comes

21. --- Where are the students?

   --- They ___________ the library half an hour ago.

  A. made their ways to                                   B. Made their way to

  C. made their ways for                           D. Made their way for

22. I __________ there in three years.

  A. went                    B. Have been          C. Haven’t been      D. Was

23. He ____________ the popular music and listened excitedly.

  A. turned on              B. Put on               C. Put up               D. Put down

24. Who is the rich lady in ____________ standing there, talking and laughing loudly?

  A. fur                       B. A fur                 C. the fur                     D. Furs

25. He apologized to me for patting ___________ shoulder.

  A. Me on the             B. Me in the           C. Me on my          D. My

26. He is said ____________ his homework when the class teacher entered the classroom.

  A. to do                    B. Doing                C. To have finished  D. To be finishing

27. We have to make appropriate recommendations ___________ the conclusions.

  A. to base                 B. Based on            C. Basing on          D. To base on

28. He ___________ for quite a long time.

  A. has come here                                          B. Hasn’t come here

  C. has left for America                           D. Has received my email

29. A house made of wood is more comfortable to live in than __________ made of stone.

  A. One                      B. It                      C. That                   D. The one

30. The price ______________, but I doubt whether it will remain so.

  A. went down           B. Will go down      C. Has gone down  D. Was going down

完形填空

He must have been completely lost in something he was reading because I had to tap on the windshield to get his attention.

“Is your taxi   31   ?” I asked when he finally looked   32   at me. He nodded, then said   33   as I settled into the back seat, “I'm sorry, but I was reading a   34   .” He   35   as if he had a cold .

“I am not in a hurry,” I told him. “Go ahead and finish your letter.” He   36   his head. “I've read it several times already. I guess I   37   know it by heart.”

“Letters from home always mean a lot,” I said. “From a child?”

“This isn't   38   ,” he replied. “Although it   39   just as well have been family. Old Ed was my oldest friend. In fact, we used to call each other 'Old Friend' when we'd meet. I'm not much good at _ 40__ .”

“I don't think any of us keep  _41_  our correspondence (通信) too well,” I said. “I know I don't. But I take it he's someone you've  _42_  quite a while?”

“All my life. We were kids together, went to school together and all the _ 43 _ through high school.”

“There are not too many people who've had such a long friendship,” I said.

_44_ ,” the driver went on, “I hadn't seen him more than once or twice a year over the past 25 or 30 years because I  _45_  away from the old neighbourhood and you kind of lose touch  __46  you never forget.”

“You said 'was'. Does that mean—?” He nodded. “ __47_  a couple of weeks ago.”

“I'm sorry,” I said. “It's no fun to lose any friend—and losing a real old one is _ 48_  tougher.”

He didn't _ 49_  to that, and we rode on in silence for a few minutes. But I realized that Old Ed was still on his mind when he spoke again, almost more to himself than to me: “I should have kept in touch.”

“Well,” I agreed, “we should all keep in touch with old friends more than we do. But things  __50_  and we just don't seem to find the time.”

When I got to my hotel room I didn't unpack right away. First I had to write a letter and mail it.

31.   A.    available         B.    acceptable      C.    beneficial        D.    occupied

32.   A.    down             B.    up                  C.    to                  D.    off

33.   A.    unexpectedly   B.    curiously        C.    apologetically  D.    definitely

34.   A.    booklet           B.    novel              C.    book              D.    letter

35.   A.    sounded         B.    spoke             C.    seemed           D.    continued

36.   A.    hung              B.    nodded           C.    shook             D.    kept

37.   A.    anyhow          B.    hardly            C.    almost            D.    really

38.   A.    friendship       B.    family            C.    leadership       D.    colleague

39.   A.    could             B.    might             C.    maybe            D.    would

40.   A.    writing           B.    reading           C.    talking            D.    learning

41.   A.    up                  B.    with               C.    on                  D.    in

42.   A.    found             B.    written           C.    known           D.    seen

43.   A.    curriculum      B.    coincidence    C.    life                 D.    way

44.   A.    Eventually       B.    Actually          C.    Additionally     D.    Besides

45.   A.    removed         B.    left                 C.    headed           D.    moved

46.   A.    even though    B.    as though              C.    when             D.    whereas

47.   A.    Died               B.    Suffered         C.    Choked          D.    Survived

48.   A.    ever               B.    even               C.    fairly              D.    quite

49.   A.    appeal            B.    reply              C.    adapt              D.    talk

50.   A.    take up           B.    pick up           C.    come up         D.    break up

阅读理解

                                     A

Catherine Destivelle is a rock star. She loves rock, but she can't sing or play the guitar! She is a rock climber and a big star in France and Italy. She is the most famous woman climber in the world because she often climbs without ropes. She climbs in many countries but most often in the French Alps near Chamonix, where she lives. She started climbing near her home in Paris when she was five. Then, at fourteen, she joined the French Alpine Club to learn more, but immediately she climbed better and more quickly than the older members of the club. She won her first competition in Italy in 1995.

    Three years ago she found a new route up the Dru Mountain near Chamonix. The climb took eleven days and for four days the snow was so heavy that she could not move. Last year other climbers tried to follow the new Destivelle Route, but they failed. They are going to try again this year.

    People always ask her about her climbing. She says, "I climb because I'm in love with mountains. I like touching the rock and reading the face of the rock. I like it a lot. I felt at home on the side of a mountain. I prepare well before I go, so I'm never worried."

    Catherine chooses new mountains from books--like buying from a shopping catalogue(目录)! "I see a nice mountain and I go to climb it!" Her next mountain is in Pakistan. She is going there next month. "It's much bigger than the Dru, so it's going to take longer to climb. An American climber, Jeff Lowe, is coming with me to help."

51. Catherine Destivelle is called 'a star’ because ________.

    A. she won a competition in 1995               B. She loves rocks

    C. She's a famous woman climber              

D. she found a new route up to the Dru Mountain

52. She had great trouble finding a new route up the Dru Mountain because _______.

    A. she lost her way                                        B. the climb took 11 days

    C. she needed help from an American climber    D. There was heavy snow

53. On the side of a mountain she feels _______.

    A. worried      B. Easy and happy         C. like staying at home     D. well

54. We can infer from the passage people often ask her" ______”.

A. Why do you like climbing?                

B. Are you in love with an American climber?

C. Do you enjoy reading books on mountains?  

D. What do you do before you go climbing?

                                     B

How the iron of tomorrow

                      (the first Self Clean Iron)

                 can change your lifestyle today ?

General Electric introduces the iron of tomorrow. The iron can clean itself. Inside where irons get dirty. Because it cleans itself each and every time you empty it. How? With a push of a magic blue button.

The magic blue button

The first thing you'll notice that's different about this iron is the blue button on the side. It's marked "Self Clean". Push this blue button, and you can wash out loose mineral deposits(沉淀物) that remain and block up inside. Push this button, and you've made life a lot easier.

Less chance of brown spots

Sure, Self Cleaning Iron is going to cut down on brown spots. (Those ugly spots that happen on nice, cleanly pressed clothes. ) Because a Self Cleaning Iron becomes clean each time you press that magic blue button.

Steams better longer

Common sense tells you that if you've an iron that blocks less often it has to stay younger for a long period of time. In other words, it steams better longer. That's another joy of owning General Electric's Self Cleaning Iron.

What does it mean to you

Today you are doing so much more than just running a house and running after the kids. You're working. You're going to school. It's all part of your lifestyle. The iron can change that lifestyle. By giving you less trouble before you iron. If we can make it easier for you to be a better wife, a better mother, a better housemaker, we want to. The new Self Cleaning Iron is another one of Home-Makers from General Electric.

Lifestlye.

We're with yours.

GENERAL ELECTRIC

55. This passage is _______.

   A. an introduction to General Electric  B. an operating instruction of Self Cleaning Iron

   C. An advertisement of Self Cleaning Iron   D. a description of the change of lifestyle

56. This iron can clean itself by _______.

   A. empting itself                   B. Washing out mineral deposits

   C. blocking up mineral deposits          D. giving off more steam

57. According to the passage, what is most likely to attract the customers?

   A. It is made by General Electric.    B. The iron will not produce mineral deposits.

   C. There will be fewer brown spots on pressed clothes.

   D. Their clothes will be cleaned at the same time.

58. Self Cleaning Iron can help change your lifestyle because ______.

   A. You can run your house better         B. you don't have to run after the kids

   C. you can use it while you are working    D. we want you to be a better housemaker

                                     C

We have all experienced days when everything goes wrong. A day may begin well enough, but suddenly everything seems to get out of control. It seems as if a single unimportant event may cause a number of things to happen. Let us suppose that you are preparing a meal and keeping an eye on the baby at the same time. The telephone rings and this means your troubles are beginning. While you are on the phone, the baby pulls the table-cloth off the table, destroying your prepared meal. You hang up hurriedly and attend to your baby. Meanwhile, the meal gets burnt. As if these were not enough to bring you to tears, your husband arrives unexpectedly bringing three guests to dinner.

Things can go wrong on a number of people on the road. During the rush hour one evening, two cars hit each other and both drivers began to argue. The woman driver behind the two cars happened to be a learner. She suddenly went into a panic and stopped her car. This made the driver following her stop suddenly. His wife was sitting beside him holding a large cake. As she was thrown forward, the cake went right through the window and landed on the road. Seeing a cake flying through the air, a truck driver had to stop his truck all of a sudden. The truck was carrying empty beer bottles and hundreds of them slid off the back of the truck and fell onto the road. This led to yet another angry argument. Meanwhile, the traffic piled up behind. It took the police nearly an hour to get the traffic to move again. In the meanwhile, the truck driver had to sweep up hundreds of broken bottles. Only two dogs were enjoying themselves from the accident, for they were happily having what was left of the cake. It was just one of those days.

59. What does the writer mainly tell us?

     A. Troubles always happen at the same time.

     B. Everyone may have trouble every day.

     C. A small matter can cause great trouble.

     D. Only the lucky man won't have any trouble every day.

60. According to the passage, what should be the correct order?

     The woman driver stopped her car suddenly.

     The driver' s wife dropped her cake on the road.

     Only two dogs were happy.

     Two cars hit each other.

     The truck driver had to sweep up hundreds of broken bottles.

     A. ②④③⑤①   B. ④①②⑤③   C. ③⑤②④①    D. ①④②③⑤

61. Which of the following is true?

     A. The woman' s husband brought three guests home to dinner unexpectedly.

     B. The meal got burnt.

     C. Her baby pulled the table-cloth off the table.

     D. It is not strange to experience such accidents.

62. What does the word "these" in the last sentence of the first paragraph refer to?

     A. Your husband brings three guests to dinner unexpectedly.

     B. The meal gets burnt.

     C. The baby pulls the table-cloth off the table.

D. Both B and C.

短文填词

W: Excuse me, I’m (63)w_________ if you could tell me how to find a           63. _______

   place where I could have my shoes (64)r________. I’m new in town.        64. _______

M: Well, of course. There is a good shop not far from here. Take the first

   street to the left and walk about three 65)b________.                                65. _______

W: Could you tell me the (66)n_________ of the shop, please?                        66. _______

M: I can’t (67)r_________ the name of the shop, but you’ll find it. It’s            67. _______

   near the police (68)s_________. By the way, do you know about               68. _______

   the “Town Guide”? It has all kinds of useful (69)I_________.                    69. _______

   I think you’ll find it in any (70)b_________.                                            70. ________

W: Thanks a lot, you have been very (71)h_________, and I’ll look for that     71. ________

   “Town Guide” the next time I’m in a bookstore. Let’s see, you said the

   repair shop was three blocks on the right?

M: No, first street on the (72)l_________, then three blocks.                          72. ________

W: Thanks again.

参考答案

 1 —  5 CCCBA      6 — 10 CDABD      11 — 15 CBCAD      16 — 20 BDBDA

21 — 25 BCBDA      26 — 30 CBBAC      31 — 35 ABCDA      36 — 40 CCBBA

41 — 45 ACDBD      46 — 50 AABBC      51 — 55 CDBAC      56 — 60 BCAAB

61 — 62 DD

76. Wondering               77. Repaired                  78. Blocks                    79. Name

80. Remember               81. Station                    82. Information             83. Bookstore

81. Helpful                    82. Left

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