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Unit5 First Aid单元同步测试
I. 单项选择
1. He was running hard to catch up with the rest of the his team when he fell over his own feet. When he struggled up, he felt his left ankle ______, and found his left hand ______ and his nose _______.
A. spraining; swelling; bleeding B. sprained; swollen; bled
C. spraining; swelling; bled D. sprained; swollen; bleeding
2. –Whenever I get a blister somewhere on my body, I usually ______ it over and over until it breaks; let out the watery liquid inside and leave it dry by itself.
--It works sometimes but it might get infected easily. The normal _____ for it should be---Oh I don’t know.
A. press; cure B. squeeze; treatment C. impress; cure D. polish; treatment
3. The skin is the largest organ of your body ______of three layers; _______are essential to _____your body against diseases, poisons and the sun’s harmful rays or radiations.
A. consisting; they; protecting B. consisting; which; protecting
C. made up of; they; protect D. consisted; they; protecting
4. ______ there was no bandage available, she tore off her sleeve and tied it around his wrist a little above the bleeding point ______ him from losing too much blood.
A. For; to save B. Because; saving C. Since; save D. As; to save
5. Medicine bottles should be clearly labeled and ______in places ______ are out of children’s reach.
A. kept them; where B. kept; which C. kept them; that D. kept; where
6. It is several years since he ______ ill and his illness _______ great damage to his health.
A. fell; has done B. fell; does C . was; had done D. felt; has done
7. A cut in the tissue is easy to heal but a(an) _______ to the heart, if possible, takes a long time to do so.
A. injury B. damage C. hurt D. wound
8. Water is vital _______every living thing ______, without which the world would be a dead place.
A. to keeping; alive B. to keep; living C. to keeping; lively D. to keep; alive
9. In case of emergency, whether knowing how to apply first aid or not really ________ in matters concerning wounds like swollen wrists, broken arms, burns, cuts, and so on.
A. makes difference B. makes a difference C. makes differences D. makes different
10. The housewife got her hands and arms _____ while trying to pour the boiling water from the kettle into the thermos; she ______ some healing ointment to her burn but the pain was still unbearable
A. burned; put B. burnt; used C. burnt; dressed D. burnt; applied
11. From the ________ shown in the dead body, he ________to death by a certain poisonous chemical, but I can’t tell exactly which.
A. symptoms; must have been poisoned B. signs; should have been poisoned
C. symbols; could have been poisoned D. appearances; may have been poisoned
12. ________ confidence in yourself is the biggest barrier _______ greater progress in your work.
A. Lacking of; to making B. Lack of; to make C. Lack of; to making D. The lack of; to make
13. I am afraid that your request to speak at the ceremony is not quite _______, because we have already had everybody _______ ______.
A. in place; speak; in place B. in place; to speak; in place
C. out of place; speaking; in place D. in place; to speak; in the place
14. When the police broke into the room, they were terrified at the scene: a middle-aged man lying on the floor, with a cupboard _______him, his feet and hands ______ tight with electric wires, his throat _____ open and a pair of scissors ______ deep in the chest.
A. covered; tied; cut; cut B. covering; tying; cutting; cutting
C. covering; tied; cut; cutting D. covered; were tied; cut; cutting
15. People exposed to radiation are more _______ to suffer from certain forms of cancer, which can be ______ but can’t be ______at present
A. more likely; treated; cured B. more probable; treated; cured
C. more possible; cured; treated D. more likely; cured; treated
16. The football match was really _______. No one was sure which side ________ until the last moment.
A. firm; would win B. exciting; was winning C. tight; would win D. close; was about to win
17. An appropriate amount of temporary pressure can ______ a kind of motivation to do something well, but once it becomes constant or permanent, psychological problems are likely to _______.
A. act as; rise B. play as; appear C. work as; raise D. serve as; arise
18. I have experienced quite a number of cases ______ I really wanted to help but could not find anything to _______.
A. when; put on my hands B. that; put my hands on
C. where; put my hands on D. in that; put on my hands
19. In my dream I felt it hard to breath as if somebody ________ from the distance
A. were choking B. was choking me C. had choked D. would choke
20. People like to live a life full of ________ and there are _______ of life styles available for people to choose in the modern world.
A. a variety; a variety B. varieties; varieties C. a variety; varieties D. variety; varieties
21. Everybody on the spot was deeply touched by the bravery the young girl who took off her only blouse, _____ the burns and ______ the mouth-to-mouth method to save the man who was in a coma(昏迷) because of a bad electric shock.
A. wrapped; took advantage of B. dressed; applied C. did up; used D. packed up; made use of
22. More and more teaching _______ are being developed across the globe, which are sure to _______to make classroom teaching more lively and interesting.
A. aids; help B. assistance; help C. aids; assist D. helps; aid
23. I think it ______ that one have a good command of English if one wants to be engaged in international trade.
A. useful B. a must C. essential D. vital
24. The situation in the Middle East is so ______ that we have to be ______ when dealing with the hostage issue.
A. complex; cautious B. difficult; anxious C. mixed; careful D. mild; eager
25. _______ of hope still remains for the young girl whose cruel step father poured a pan of boiling water over her head as she _______ to remove the basin on the stove which was too hot for a bruised bare hand.
A. A light; denied B. A ray; turned down C. A little; rejected D. A ray; refused
II. 完形填空
As she waited at the edge of the ice for her music to start, Peggy took a quick look at her father standing nearby with a group of parents and teachers. He smiled at her. Then she ___26___ out at the audience, ___27___ to see her mother. These two, Alvert and Doris Fleming, had ___28___ all the way from California more than 2,000 miles away, to see their ____29_____ compete in this sports meet in Cleveland, Ohio.
The music ___30___ and Peggy moved onto the ice, letting the music ___31___ her along into her turns, and she began skating with much ___32___ in herself. The cold fear she always had in the ___33___ seconds before skating onto the ice was ___34___. She was feeling the movement of the ___35_ and letting it carry her. She skated easily, ___36___ did some jumps, a final turn and her performance was ___37___.
The crowd loved it and cheered ___38___ she skated off the ice. “Nice job,” said one of the other ___39___. It was the remark that ___40___ came after a free-skating performance. But what would the ___41___ say? Standing beside her father, Peggy ___42___ for the scoring to be finished. On all sides were other young skaters, some waiting ___43__ alone, others with a parent. Shortly before 10 o’clock the results were ___44___. The new United States Women’s Skating Champion was Peggy forming of Padena, ___45___!
26. A. lookedB. watchedC. foundD. stepped
27. A. tried B. hopedC. hopingD. looking forward
28. A. flownB. drivenC. hopedD. prepared
29. A. friendB. childrenC. sonD. daughter
30. A. startedB. playedC. developD. sang
31. A. allowB. set outC. carryD. support
32. A. thoughtB. beliefC. successD. design
33. A. lastB. followingC. recentD. past
34. A. lostB. presentC. stringD. gone
35. A. iceB. fearC. musicD. audience
36. A. soB. orC. beforeD. then
37. A. satisfiedB. finishedC. unsatisfactoryD. welcome
38. A. becauseB. until C. asD. before
39. A. skatersB. parentsC. judgesD. audiences
40. A. seldomB. alwaysC. againD. hardly
41. A. playersB. audienceC. parentsD. judges
42. A. lookedB. wishedC. waitedD. asked
43. A. comfortably           B. anxiouslyC. hurriedlyD. happily
44. A. cried outB. let outC. declaredD. announced
45. A. CaliforniaB. ClevelandC. OhioD. England
III 阅读理解
To lift something from the floor correctly, first bend your knees and squat down. Keep your back and hips(臀部) and waist (腰部) in a line. If you bend over, the muscles ( ~ I$1 ) in your lower back can become hurt easily. If you keep your back and hips straight, the muscles are stronger, because they have much more support. The other muscles can then help the lower back muscles.
As you squat down, try to get close to the object as possible. For example, if you are going to pick up a heavy box, squat down directly in front of it.
Maybe you will have to spread your knees and legs. Put one knee on each side of the box. Remember at all times to keep your back straight.
Put your hands under the object that is in front of you, between your knees.
To lift the object, you should stand up slowly. Use your muscles in order to stand up. In other words, lift with your legs, not with your back.
46. The underlined word "squat" means________.
A. to bend over your waist B. to bend yourself by bending your legs
C. to lower yourself by bending your legs D. to stand straight
47. You should keep your back straight so that________.
A. the muscles can' t be hurt B. the muscles will have more support
C. you seem to be stranger D. you will get more muscles
48 The correct way to lift something heavy from the floor is________.
A. to bend over from your waist first
B. to bend your knees and squat down first
C. to keep your back in a line
D. to put your hands under the object
49. What lifts the object in fact?
A. The muaelea of your arms. B. The muscles of your back.
C. Your hands. D. Your leg muscles.
We may be very pleased with the rapid progress we have made in every field of study. But the way to test a student's knowledge and ability still remains as poor as it was, We have almost done nothing to improve our examination system.
It is well known that the examination system we are now using may be a good way of testing a student's memory, but it can tell you nothing about a student's ability. It does no good to students and teachers.
As soon as a child begins school,he enters a world of examination that will decide his future of job.
In fact a good examination system should train a student to think for himself. But it now does nothing about that. So students are encouraged to member what is taught. It does not enable them to gain more and note knowledge. The students who come out first in the examination often may not be the best in their studies.
Besides, the examinations often force teachers to train students what to do with the coming examination from time to time. There must be some simpler and better way to test a student' s ability besides knowledge. And that is what we should do at once.
50. Now little has been done to________.
A. decide a student's job B. test a student's ability
C. test a student's knowledge D. test a student's memory
51. The examination system we are now using can only make the students________.
A. gain more and more knowledge B. make rapid progress
C. remember what is taught D. think for themselves
52. In order to make students gain high marks in the coming examination, teachers have to________.
A. develop their students' ability B. fill their students' heads with much information
C. teach freely D. teach their students how to study
53. The passage tells us about the importance of________.
A. getting examination system improved B. taking examinations
C. testing a student' s knowledge D. working hard at all lessons
第二节 根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项.选项中有两项为多余选项
54______. One is called “doctor medicine”, or “scientific medicine.” Scientific doctors try to observe sicknesses, look for logical patterns, and then find out how the human body works. From there they figure out what treatments may work.. 55________. Although nowadays it is successful, in the ancient world this approach probably did not cure many patients.
A second kind of medicine is called “natural cures,” or “folk medicine,” in which less educated people try to cure sicknesses with various herbs(药草). 56_____. They try things until they find something that seems to work, and then they keep doing that. Folk medicine flourished(繁荣) long before the development of scientific medicine and was more successful in ancient times than doctor medicine.
The third kind is called “health spas(矿泉疗养地),” or “faith healing.” Sometimes this may be as simple as touching the holy man and being immediately healed. Other times, a magician may make you a magic charm, or say a spell, to cure you. 57_______. In these places people rest, get plenty of sleep, eat healthy food, drink water instead of wine, and exercise in various ways. 58_____. If you are feeling depressed or you have been working too hard, going to these places may be just the right thing to make you feel better.
A. These folk healers also use observation and logic, but they are not so aware of it
B. Some religious groups organize special healing shrines for the sick
C. This kind of medicine is believed to date from the 4th century BC.
D. There are three branches of medicine
E. They also talk to the priests and pray to the gods
F. good doctors are very important for us
G. we don’t know how many kinds of medicines there are in the world
IV 短文改错:
Last summer I learnt to ride a bicycle. At first?,I was unable to control it’s direction. Sometimes I fall to the right or to the left. But I asked my father to tell me how I could ride straightly. He didn’t answer me directly. Instead, he took me to side of the street. “Can you find some bike track that is really straight?” asked my father. I watched more carefully and shook my head .“No?” he said, “in fact neither of the tracks is always straight. But just by correct the direction every now and then, you had already gone forward.”
V 书面表达
I’m just back from a holiday in China. During my stay in Qinhuangdao, a coastal city in Hebei province, I often saw a slogan reading “One World, One Dream.” I wonder why it appears here and there and I don’t really quite understand it. Could you give me some idea?
Unit five First Aid
I. 单项选择
1—5 DBADB 6—10 ADABD 11—15 ACBCA 16—20 CDCAD 21—25 BACAD
II 完形填空
26-30ACBDA 31-35CBADC 36-40DBCAB 41-45DCBDA
III 阅读理解
46—49 CBBD 51—53 BCBA 54—58 DCABE
IV 短文改错
1. it’s---its       2. fall→fell      3. But→So     4. straightly→straight   5. side前加the   6. some→any     7. 去掉more      8. neither→none      9. correct →correcting      10. had→have 
One possible version:
“One World, One Dream” is the simple but meaningful slogan adopted for the Beijing Olympic Games. It fully reflects the Olympic spirit and highlights the theme that the whole mankind lives in the same world and seeks for the same dream and ideal. Qinhuangdao is a city to host some of the football events of the Olympics. That’s why the slogan is frequently seen there.
People throughout the world live together like members of a huge family, sharing the same home, the earth. It is everyone’s dream to build our world into a paradise, where there’s no poverty, no disease and no war. To make the dream come true, we should make common efforts to protect the environment, develop science and technology, and promote international friendship. When people from all over the world come together for the Beijing Olympics, we’re actually stepping forward towards the realization of that shared dream.