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当前测评试卷:必修一Unit5(人教版)

(高中必修一 - 必修1英语)
试题总数 45 / 100 分制
考试时限 30分钟 / 计时

一、选择题(每题2分,共40分)

1.Last year the number of students who graduated with a driving license reached 200,000, a(n) __   __ of 40,000 per year.
A.average              B.number              C.amount              D.quantity

A.     B.     C.     D.    
2.—Do you think their table tennis team will win the first place at the coming Asian Games?
   —
____. Ours is much stronger than theirs.
A.Of course             B.It depends             C.Don’t mention it            D.By no means
A.     B.     C.     D.    
3.The island is ____ attractive in spring and autumn because of the pleasant weather in both seasons.
A.partly               B.merely               C.nearly               D.equally
A.     B.     C.     D.    
4.We’ve just moved into a bigger house and there’s a lot to do. Let’s ____ it.
A.keep up with           B.do away with           C.get down to            D.look forward to
A.     B.     C.     D.    
5.Teachers recommend parents ____ their children under 12 to ride bicycle to school for safefy.
A.not allow           B.do not allow             C.mustn’t allow          D.couldn’t allow
A.     B.     C.     D.    
6.—Sorry, Professor Smith. I didn’t finish the assignment yesterday.
   —
Oh, you ____ have done it as yesterday was the deadline.
A.must           B.mustn’t          C.should           D.shouldn’t
A.     B.     C.     D.    
7.Some people eat with their eyes. They prefer to order what ____ nice.
A.looks           B.smells           C.feels            D.tastes
A.     B.     C.     D.    
8.Sam ____ some knowledge of the computer just by watching others working on it.
A..brought up          B.looked up          C.picked up           D.set up
A.     B.     C.     D.    
9.Stephen Hawking believes that the earth is unlikely to be the only planet ____ life has developed gradually.
A.that             B.where         C.which             D.whose
A.     B.     C.     D.    
10.Wind power is an ancient source of energy ____ we may return in the near future.
A.on which        B.by which        C.to which          D.from which
A.     B.     C.     D.    
11.The girl arranged to have piano lessons at the training centre with her sister ____ she would stay for an hour.
A.where          B.who             C.which            D.what
A.     B.     C.     D.    
12.—Can you believe I had to pay 30 dollars for a haircut?
     —
You should try the barber’s ____ I go. It’s only 15.
A.as             B.which             C.where           D.that
A.     B.     C.     D.    
13.When he was out of ____ work, he was involved in crimes of violence and was put in ____ prison at last.
A.the; the         B./; /               C. a; /          D./; the
A.     B.     C.     D.    
14.The animal rescue centre thanks Dave, who took good care of the four little bears, from the bottom of its heart for his ____ to its animals.
A.devotion            B.determination             C.attitude             D.quality
A.     B.     C.     D.    
15.—Why does she always ask you for help?
     —
There’s no one else she can ____, is there?
A.refer to         B.make use of         C.care about     D.turn to
A.     B.     C.     D.    
16.____ I wrote a short poem, I felt so confident about it that I placed it right on my father’s plate before dinner.
A.The first time           B.At first          C.It was the first time           D.For the first time
A.     B.     C.     D.    
17.He dreamed of getting to the highest position ____ he was respected and admired by all the others in the company.
A.where             B.when          C.there             D.while
A.     B.     C.     D.    
18.Only after leaving home ____ the true meaning of the proverb, “East or west, home is best.”
A.he understood          B.he did understand           C.did he understand           D.had he understood
A.     B.     C.     D.    
19.Scientists are thinking hard to find a way to stop the comet ____ onto the earth.
A.crash              B.bo crash           C.crashing       D.crashed
A.     B.     C.     D.    
20.—I am wondering whether you can remember the name of the place.
     —
I’m afraid that ____ me for the moment.
A.reminds            B.worries            C.disturbs           D.escapes
A.     B.     C.     D.    
二、完形填空(每题2分,共40分)

   Harriet Beecher Stowe had put her heart into her antislavery book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. But neither she nor her first publisher thought it would be a big __21__. The publisher was so doubtful that he wanted her to share the publishing costs with him, and all she hoped was that it would make enough __22__ for her to buy a new silk dress.


   But when the __23__ 5,000 copies were printed in 1852, they were sold out in two days. In a year 300.000 copies were sold in __24__ and 150.000 in England. For a while it was sold in __25__ quantities than any other book in the world, __26__ the Bible.


   Within six months after it came out, a play was made __27__ the book which ran 350 performances in New York and __28__ America’s most popular play for 80 years.


   It might appear the Uncle Tom’s Cabin was __29__ popular, __30__ this was certainly not true. Many people during those Pre-Civil War days—particularly defenders of the slavery system, considered it as __31__ propaganda(宣传)and poorly written drama.


   Harriet did have strong religious views __32__ slavery, and she tried to make people __33__ was wrong, __34__ perhaps the book could be thought propaganda. But if so, it was true propaganda, because it exactly __35__ the wrong doing of slavery.


   Though she was born in Connecticut in 1832, as a young woman she moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, when her father accepted the office of president of newly founded Lane Theological Seminary(神学院).Ohio was a __36__ state, but just across the Ohio River in Kentucky, Harriet saw slavery in __37__. She lived 18 years in Cincinnati, marrying Calvin Stowe __38__ her book.


   Its vast influence(影响)strengthened the anti-slavery movement and __39__ defenders of the slavery system. Today some historians think that it __40__ to bring on the American Civil War.


21.A.success      B.failure       C.pleasure          D.victory

A.     B.     C.     D.    
22.A.room        B.cost         C.money           D.time
A.     B.     C.     D.    
23.A.last          B.second           C.next             D.first
A.     B.     C.     D.    
24.A.the United States             B.the world           C.Europe              D.Ohio
A.     B.     C.     D.    
25.A.less          B.large        C.greater           D.smaller
A.     B.     C.     D.    
26.A.except        B.besides       C.including        D.except for
A.     B.     C.     D.    
27.A.from         B.into           C.of             D.in
A.     B.     C.     D.    
28.A.lasted           B.remained          C.kept             D.continued
A.     B.     C.     D.    
29.A.partly        B.universally      C.totally         D.maturely
A.     B.     C.     D.    
30.A.and          B.since          C.for            D.but
A.     B.     C.     D.    
31.A.true         B.similar         C.common         D.false
A.     B.     C.     D.    
32.A.for          B.of             C.against          D.like
A.     B.     C.     D.    
33.A.awake       B.compare        C.remember        D.realize
A.     B.     C.     D.    
34.A.yet          B.because         C.so              D.however
A.     B.     C.     D.    
35.A.described            B.told            C.advertised            D.explained
A.     B.     C.     D.    
36.A.rich         B.free             C.poor            D.strict
A.     B.     C.     D.    
37.A.silence       B.order           C.action           D.movement
A.     B.     C.     D.    
38.A.finished           B.published           C.designed          D.began
A.     B.     C.     D.    
39.A.please        B.angered         C.encouraged       D.supported
A.     B.     C.     D.    
40.A.helped        B.caused          C.increased        D.prevented
A.     B.     C.     D.    
三、阅读理解(每题4分,共20分)

   On Feb. 21, 1965, Malcolm X was gunned down by somebody as he was about to give a speech at the Audobon Ballroom in Harlem, N.Y. Malcolm X was an African American activist(积极分子). His being killed was a shocking blow to the Black liberation(解放)movement.


   Malcolm X was born Malcolm Little on May 19, 1925, in Omaha, Nebraska. He was the son of Earl Little, a Baptist preacher, and his wife, Louise. The family moved to Lansing, Michigan, shortly after Malcolm’s birth. Earl Little was an outspoken supporter of social and economic independence for blacks and a supporter of the “Back to Africa” movement of black nationalist leader Marcus Garvey. In 1931 Earl Little was killed, probably murdered by white terrorists because of his political and social activism.


   His father’s death had a disastrous effect on Malcolm and his family. His mother suffered a nervous breakdown, and the welfare department took the eight little children away from her. Malcolm was placed in foster home(寄养家庭)and then in reform school. In 1941 he went to live with his half-sister in Boston, Massachusetts. There Malcolm turned to a life of crime, including drug dealing and armed robbery. When he was 20, Malcolm received a sentence of ten years in prison.


   While in prison, Malcolm read widely and developed an interest in the Nation of Islam, a black nationalist religious movement whose members were known as Black Muslims. Malcolm studied the teachings of the leader of the Black Muslims, Elijah Muhammad, who advocated(提倡)an independent black state. When Malcolm was released(释放)from prison in 1952, he went to Detroit, Michigan, and joined the Nation of Islam temple in that city.


   Malcolm X rose rapidly in the Nation of Islam organization. His natural speaking ability made Malcolm X a popular public speaker, but his rapid rise made Elijah Muhammad and other Black Muslim leaders unhappy. And later they differed in some problems. In early 1964, Malcolm X broke with the Nation of Islam.


   Many problems surrounding the death of Malcolm X remain unresolved. Many people believe—and rightfully so—that the real killers were never caught. Undoubtedly, the greatest beneficiary(受益者)of Malcolm’s death was the U.S.government.


41.The passage is mainly about ____.

A.the Black liberation movement

B.a black person named Malcolm X

C.a black family’s story

D.a murder happening on Feb.21,1965

A.     B.     C.     D.    
42.The leader that Malcolm X’s father supported was ____.

A.Marcus Garvey

B.Black Muslims

C.Elijah Muhammad

D.Louise

A.     B.     C.     D.    
43.Malcolm X was sentenced to prison because ____.
A.he fought against the US government

B.he fought against the Nation of Islam

C.he robbed and did drug business

D.he joined the Nation of Islam

A.     B.     C.     D.    
44.What can you learn about Malcolm X from the passage?

A.He had a happy childhood

B.He was killed by white terrorists

C.He was 40 years old when he died

D.He was a determined supporter of Muhammad.

A.     B.     C.     D.    
45.Where did Malcolm X join the Nation of Islam?

A.In Omaha

B.In Boston

C.In New York

D.In Detroit

A.     B.     C.     D.