英语必修2人教版单元测试模块测试及答案#英语:Unit 1《Cultural relics》单元同步测试(2).doc

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英语必修2人教版单元测试模块测试及答案#英语:Unit 1《Cultural relics》单元同步测试(2).doc
Unit 1 Cultural relics
第一部分 基础测试
A. 单词拼写
1. The ________ (花瓶) belong to the Ming Dynasty.
2. The Great Wall is one of the ___________ (奇迹) of the world.
3. We are going to buy some __________ (家具) for our new house.
4. You shouldn’t _________ (假装) to know what you don’t’ know.
5. I don’t like the colour of the car. ___________ (而且), it’s too expensive.
6. Train fares are likely to r________ unchanged. We can still buy cheap tickets.
7. These houses are made of bricks and s_________.
8. When h_________, the amber can be made into any shape.
9. The family j_______ are locked in a safe.
10.We should do everything we can to protect c__________ relics instead of destroying them.
B. 句型转换
根据A句句义,用本单元所学的句型或短语完成B 句,使其句义相同或相近。
11. A: Once heated, the amber can be made into any shape.
B: Once ______ ______ heated, the amber can be made into any shape.
12. A: It took a team of the country’s artists ten years to make it.
B: A team of the country’s artists _______ ten years _____ _____ it.
13. A: I don’t know what he’s doing. I don’t care, either.
B: I don’t know what he’s doing. _____ _____ I care.
14. A: She went into the kitchen to look for a drink.
B: She went into the kitchen in ________ ________ a drink.
15. A: This dictionary is very useful in our English study.
B: This dictionary is _____ ______ _____ in our English study.
C. 完成句子
16. We can give them something _____ _______ _________ (作为回报) their help.
17. This kind of wood can _____ ______ ______ (制成) fine paper.
18. The child is lost in the mountain. The police ______ _______ the mountain ______ (寻找) him.
19. I don’t know what he’s doing. _________ __________ ________ _________ (我也不关心).
20. He ________ ________ ________ (不可能去) to Beijing last night. I saw him just now.
第二部分 英语知识运用
第一节 单项填空
21.— Why do you look sad?
— There are so many problems _____.
A. remaining to settle B. remained settling
C. remaining to be settledD. remained to be settled
22. Three students in ten will go and _____ to stay in the classroom.
A. the rest are B. the rest is
C. the other are D. the other is
23.— The English exam is not difficult, is it?
—____________. Even Tom _____ to the top students failed in it.
A. Yes; who is belonging B. No; who is belonged
C. Yes; who belongs D. No; who is belonging
24. They were thirsty, so they went ______ something to drink.
A. looked for B. in search for
C. found D. in search of
25. When first _____ to the market, these products enjoyed great success.
A. introducing B. introduced C. introduce D. being introduced
26. This decision (决定) was due to (由于)_________ you wouldn’t get everything ready on time.
A. that B. the doubt that C. the doubt which D. the doubt of
27. —Is this the computer you _______ last week?
 —That’s it.  A. had it repaired B. repaired it  C. had repaired D. had repair
28. In the 1930s, the two countries were at ______ war, and his father was fighting at _____ front.
A. the; 不填    B. 不填; the C. the; the D. 不填;不填
29. The boss ______ the worker how to do it, or the accident couldn’t have happened.
A. can’t have told B. ought to tell
C. could have told D. mustn’t have told
30. The paper _____ bamboo is made is especially fine.
A. which B. into which C. of which D. from which
31. I don’t mind picking up your things from the store. ______, the walk will do me good.
A. Sooner or later B. Still C. In time D. Besides
32. _________ than a century ago ________ of the things we’re doing now were thought of impossible.
A. Less; many B. More; much C. Fewer; few D. Longer; more
33. We always ______ Jack an honest man and we ______ him as a good friend of ours.
A. look upon; consider B. regard; consider
C. consider; regard D. look on; regard
34. She pretended _______ me when I passed by.
A. not to see B. not seeing C. to not see D. having not seen
35. We tried to _______ his doubts and let him tell the truth.
A. replace B. review C. remove D. rebuild
第二节 完形填空
It took George quite a while to find a 36 place for his car and in the end he had to leave it in a narrow street, 37 from the dentist’s. As he got out, he glanced at his 38 . His appointment(约会)was at five and he still had twenty minutes to 39 . He crossed into the square and 40 on a bench, partly to 41 the last of the afternoon sun, 42 to calm his nerves (神经). He hated these visits 43 the dentist(牙医).
As he sat there, watching the children at play and 44 to the old women talking to each other, he turned around to see a red car like his own come out of the 45 where he had parked. The car gathered speed and was soon 46 of sight. George 47 in his pockets for the keys: They were not there. “My car!” he cried 48 a loud voice, which made several people stare at him. He got up and ran across the 49 and then down the narrow street. His car was not to be seen—but then he discovered it concealed(被隐藏) 50 a large one. He was relieved (使宽慰)to find his 51 , still in his car.
By the time he reached the dentist’s it was already five. “I had rather an odd (奇特的) 52 ,” he said to the dentist to explain his 53 . “I thought my car had been 54 .”
“It’s quite 55 sir,” said the dentist. “As a matter of fact I have only just got here myself.”
36. A. leaving B. parking(停车) C. wide D. special
37. A. in a way B. far away C. some way D. near
38. A. watch B. teeth C. car D. place
39. A. leave B. sit C. spare D. see the doctor
40. A. stopped B. stepped C. stood D. sat down
41. A. shine B. enjoy C. get D. receive
42. A. but also B. so C. in order D. for
43. A. by B. of C. to D. with
44. A. listen B. listening C. to listen D. listened
45. A. car B. place C. street D. way
46. A. disappeared B. out C. left D. lost
47. A. looked B. felt C. found D. searched
48. A. with B. at C. in D. by
49. A. square B. hospital C. street D. bench
50. A. with B. behind C. after D. in
51. A. bags B. money C. keys D. card
52. A. chance B. luck C. thing D. experience
53. A. hateness B. reason C. lateness D. car
54. A. robbed B. stolen C. lost D. there
55. A. true B. good C. often D. all right
第三部分 阅读理解
Some time ago I discovered that one of my chairs had a broken leg. I didn’t think there would be any difficulty in getting it mended, as there are a whole lot of antique(古董)shops near my home. So I left home one morning carrying the chair with me. I went into the first shop expecting a friendly reception. I was quite wrong. The man wouldn’t even look at my chair.
The second shop, though slightly more polite, was just the same, and the third and the fourth—so I decided that my approach must be wrong.
I entered the fifth shop with a plan in my mind. I placed the chair on the floor and said to the shopkeeper, “Would you like to buy a chair?” “Twenty pounds,” I said. “OK,” he said. “I’ll give you twenty pounds.” “It’s got a slightly broken leg,” I said. “Yes, I saw that. It’s nothing.”
Everything was going according to the plan and I was getting excited. “What will you do with it?” I asked. “Oh, it will be easy to sell once the repair is done.” “I’ll buy it,” I said. “What do you mean? You’ve just sold it to me,” he said. “Yes, I know but I’ve changed my mind. I am sorry. I’ll give you twenty-seven pounds for it.” “You must be crazy,” he said. Then, suddenly the penny dropped. “I know what you want. You want me to repair your chair.” “You’re right,” I said. “And what would you have done if I had walked in and said, ‘Would you mend this chair for me?’” “I wouldn’t have agreed to do it,” he said. “We don’t do repairs, not enough money in it and too much trouble. But I’ll mend this for you. Shall we say for a fiver?” He was a very nice man and was greatly amused by the whole thing.
56. We can learn from the text that in the first shop the writer .
A. was rather impolite B. was warmly received
C. asked the shopkeeper to buy his chair D. asked the shopkeeper to repair his chair
57. The underlined word “approach” in the second paragraph means .
A. plan for dealing with things B. decision to sell tings
C. idea of repairing things D. way of doing things
58. The expression “the penny dropped” in the last paragraph means the shopkeeper .
A. changed his mind B. accepted the offer
C. saw the writer’s purpose D. decided to help the writer
59. How much did the writer pay?
A. £ 5. B. £ 7. C. £ 20. D. £ 27.
60. From the text, we can learn that the writer was .
A. honest B. careful C. smart D. funny
Dear Lan Lan,
I’m now writing to you at Hartsop, a village in the Lake District, a place to have most beautiful scenery(景色)in English couple here to spend Christmas with them. This was planned for overseas students to know British way of life by living with British families.
We came two days before Christmas and during our stay, we have had everything we expected. Christmas turkey, Christmas cake, Christmas puddings, Christmas parties and Christmas gifts under the Christmas tree. All are exciting and amusing(有趣的), but above all these, we are deeply touched by the hospitality(好客)of the family, Roger and Anne Marie.
Anne Marie was a nurse and all these days, she had been busy cooking meals, washing dishes and showing us around. Roger, who was a doctor, knows a lot about China and still wants to know more. He plays us Chinese music and it seems to me he does better in that than we do. In the evenings, we all sit around the fireplace with Tim, a lovely dog, by our side. Like long-time-no-see friends, we talk about all the things that have happened or we hope to happen in our lives. There is always so much to tell and to know.
After three months away from home, we are again feeling how sweet a home can be. Roger and Anne Marrie are not like most of the other people we have met who always make us feel we are foreigners in a foreign country. They show such kindness to us that they bring us a person-to-person feeling, instead of a British-to-Chinese feeling. They make us believe that though there are differences of languages and cultures, one may always expect to find in every corner of the world the feeling of love and being loved.
How I wish Mum and Dad could meet them! How I wish you were here with me! How strange it is that the more I feel at home here, the more I miss my real home and all of you. We always talk about “when we go back home next year…” and soon we will turn this into “when we go back home THIS year…” for the New Year’s Day is coming. Miss you.
Cao Wen
61. The writer is now in England.
A. a Chinese visitor to an English family B. a Chinese student studying
C. a Chinese teacher working D. a Chinese student living
62. In Hartsop, Cao Wen felt .
A. rather at home
B. the English home better than her home
C. she was a foreigner in a foreign country
D. she was one member of the family
63. It seems that Roger .
A. can speak Chinese very well
B. knows something about Chinese for a long time
C. once lived in China for a long time
D. can do everything better than the Chinese
64. When you are away from home, it is good for you to have the feeling .
A. of being alone B. of going home soon
C. of love and being loved D. as a foreigner
65. In the writer’s opinion, the best home is .
A. the home they stayed in England
B. the home that you left behind
C. Chinese home
D. one’s own home
The Taj Mahal (泰姬陵) is considered to be one of the most beautiful buildings in the world and the finest example of the late style of Indian architecture (建筑). It is at Agra in northern India. It lies beside the River Jumna in the middle of gardens with quiet pools.
   The Taj Mahal was built by the Mogul emperor (皇帝) Shah Jehan, who ruled India in the seventeenth century. It is in memory of his favorite wife, Arjumand Banu Bagam, known as Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631. The building, which was completed between 1632 and 1638, was designed by a local Muslim architect (建筑师), Ustad Ahmad Lahori. The whole building, with gardens and gateway structures, was completed in 1643. The Taj Mahal stands at one end of the garden tomb with marble (大理石) path. The room is softly lighted by the light that passes through double screens of carved marble set high in the walls. The building now is kept in good condition.
   The Taj Mahal took 22 years to build. Shah Jehan planned a similar building, but in black instead of white, to lie on the other side of the river. But before it could be built, Shah Jehan was imprisoned (监禁) by his son and buried next to his wife in the Taj Mahal.
66. The Taj Mahal was built for____ .
  A. Mumtaz  B. Shah
  C. Either Mumtaz or Shah  D. Both Mumtaz and Shah
67. Why do you think Shah Jehan was buried next to his wife?
  A. His own tomb hadn't been built.
  B. He hoped to be buried there.
  C. King and Queen should be buried together.
  D. He liked Mumtaz all his life.
68. The passage mainly tells us____ .
  A. why the Taj Mahal was built
  B. the love story between Shah and Mumtaz
  C. some information about the Taj Mahal
  D. the Taj Mahal—the pride of Indians
69. Form the passage we can learn that____ .
  A. the Taj Mahal looks more beautiful than before.
  B. the Taj Mahal doesn't exist now.
  C. the Taj Mahal has completely changed.
  D. the Taj Mahal has become a place of interest.
第四部分 阅读表达
The kings of ancient Egypt planned strong tombs (坟墓) to keep their bodies safe after death and to hold their treasures (财宝) . The Great Pyramid was built thousands of years ago for a king called Khufu. It stands on the west bank of the Nile River not far from Cairo. In fact all the pyramids along the Nile are on its west bank. The ancient Egyptians compared the rising of the sun to the beginning of life and the setting of the sun to the end of life. This is why their dead bodies were buried (埋葬) on the west bank of the Nile. The people of Mexico also built pyramids. They did not build the pyramids for tombs. They used to build a pyramid and then a temple on top of it. The pyramids of Mexico are not as high as the pyramids of Egypt, but they are big. Each of the pyramids has a wide stairway (阶梯) that goes from the bottom to the top.
  More pyramids were built in the Americas than in Egypt. About 90 pyramids are known to have stood in Egypt, while several hundred small pyramids are scattered (分散) across Central and South America. The biggest pyramid in Mexico is almost 2,000 years old. Scientists think it took 10,000 men more than ten years to build it. On the top they built a temple of the sun. The temple is no longer there but people still called it ______________________. Near it is another huge pyramid, the Pyramid of the Moon.
1. What is the best title of the passage? (Please answer within 10 words.)
2. Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one?
The ancient Egyptians thought the rising of the sun stood for the beginning of life and the setting of the sun stood for the end of life.
3. Please fill in the blank in the last paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence. (Please answer within 10 words.)
4. What are the different purposes of building pyramids in Egypt and Mexico? (Please answer within 30 words.)
5. Translate the underlined sentence in the first paragraph into Chinese.
第五部分 书面表达
第一部分 基础测试
A. 单词拼写
1. vases 2. wonders 3. furniture 4. pretend 5. Besides 6. remain 7. stones 8. heated 9. jewels 10. cultural
B. 句型转换
11. it is 12. spent, in making 13. Nor do 14. search of 15. of great use
C. 完成句子
16. in return for 17. be made into 18. are searching, for 19. Nor do I care 20. can’t /couldn’t have gone
第二部分 英语知识运用
第一节 单项填空
21—25 CACDB 26—30 BCBAB 31—35 DACAA
21. 解答该题的关键在于要准确把握There be句子结构及系动词remain的用法。remain 在There be 结构中用作后置定语,由于remain是不及物动词,故应用现在分词remaining,相当于定语从句that remains;动词settle置于remain之后,应用动词不定式的被动结构来表示动作还未完成。答案为C。
22.依据句意和用法,如果用other,other应用复数,谓语用复数,故排除C、D;the rest作主语时,谓语于所替代的名词一致,此处替代the other students。故选A。
23. 解答该题的关键是要根据上下文情景正确判断"前否后肯"反意问句的回答以及对句子结构的准确理解。根据答语句意"甚至最好的学生汤姆考试也失败了"可知,第一空应选Yes,(it is)意为"不,英语考试难";第二空选项动词belong与to构成不及物动词短语,belong to不可用被动语态,不可用进行时。注意句子的主谓结构为Even Tom failed in it。答案为C。
25. when引导的时间状语从句是一个省略句,补全为 “When they were first introduced to the market, …”。全句意思为:“这些产品一投放市场,就获得了成功。”
26. doubt后接的是同位语从句,故排除C项。句意是:这项决定是由于担心你不能按时准备好一切。
27.解题时,首先要理清结构。You _____ last week是省略关系代词的定语从句,省略的关系代词在句中作宾语,如果选项中再使用it,就属于宾语重复错误。因此,正确答案为C。
28. be at war在交战;at the front在前线。
29. 从句意看,选项是对过去的否定推测,应该用can’t have done。句意为:老板不可能告诉工人们怎么做了,否则