英语
Unit 3 I’m more outgoing than my sister.(2)
  2015-10-26  

Unit 3  I’m more outgoing than my sister.

I. 单项填空:

1. Your cousin runs ______ than you.

A. faster               B. more faster    C. much faster     D. more fast

2. He walked into the room _____. I didn’t hear him at all.

A. loudly         B. quietly      C. loud         D. quiet

3. Nelly works ______ as Tina.

A. much harder B. as hard          C. as harder         D. much hard

4. My father is a _____ man. He often makes us laugh.

A. friendly     B. hard-working  C. smart         D. funny

5. ---______ is your English teacher? --- The one in red.

A. What       B. Which      C. Where           D. When

6. He can’t see the words ______ because he sits far from the blackboard.

A. truly         B. clearly      C. really            D. quietly

7. He cares _______ nothing. No one likes him.

A. with         B. about        C. in              D. at

8. I like a friend who is similar ______ me.

A. to             B. about       C. at              D.in

9. ______, no one knows what to do next.

A. In fact        B. By the way  C. In a word        D. By the end

10. We _____ good at math.

A. both are            B. are both     C. both do                D. do both

II. 完形填空

A

In North America, most students go to school on the school bus. Some students also walk or _11   bikes to school. In other parts of the world, things are   12  . In Japan, most students take trains to school, although others also walk or ride their bikes. In China, it depends on where you are. In big cities, students usually ride bikes to school   13  take buses. And in places where there are rivers and lakes, like Hongshanhu and Kaishandao, students usually go to school   14    boat. That must be a lot more fun than taking a bus.

(   ) 11. A .take             B. ride                          C. walk                   D. play

(   ) 12. A . lucky            B. same                       C. different                 D. happy

(   ) 13. A. or                   B. and                         C. but                          D. also

(   ) 14. A. on                  B. at                            C. in                     D. by

 

B

Mr. Evans lives in a city. He was a math   15   three years ago. He taught well and his students   16   him. So he decided to work in the middle school all his life. But an accident changed everything.

     One spring he took his class to   17   a place of interest. The children saw a lot of   18   things and had a good time there. But on their way to school, their   19   hit by a truck because the young driver was drunk. Five students died and more than half of the children were badly   __20   in the accident. He didn’t know how it had happened and was sad about it and after he came out of hospital, he left the school and became a   __21  . He tried his best to stop the drivers breaking the traffic rules. He worked hard and was strict with the drivers.

     One afternoon it was very hot. Mr. Evans was on duty. He was standing at the crossing and watching the traffic. Suddenly he saw a   _22_  rushing towards the crossing. It ran so fast that it almost hit a man   23   a bike. He stopped it at once and saw a girl in it. “show your license to me, madam,” said Mr. Evans.

     After he checked her license, he took out a photo of his class and showed it __24__ her, it was taken three years ago. All the students smiled happily in it. Then he told the story to the girl. At last, the girl left with some tears in her eyes. What we lost is not only the lives but also some cherished happiness, what we got is not only the lives but also some painful memories. 

(   )15. A. worker            B. teacher            C. doctor             D. farmer

(   )16. A. liked               B. wished            C. helped             D. answered

(   )17. A. build               B. break               C. visit                 D. find

(   )18. A. pleasure          B. dangerous      C. safe                 D. interesting

(   )19. A. bus                 B. train                C. car                   D. ship

(   )20. A. hot                  B. hurt                 C. touched          D. stopped

(   )21. A. soldier            B. policeman       C. bookseller       D. cleaner

(   )22. A .runner             B. policeman       C. player              D. car

(   )23. A. riding             B. selling             C. buying           D. making

(   )24. A. at           B. to          C. on           D. in

(   ) 25. When is De Yun She open?

A.10 am—9 pm.            B. 7:30 pm—11 pm. 

C. 7:30 pm—late.             D. 8:30 am—8:30 pm.

(   ) 26. From which website can you get the information about Chinese plays?

A.www.guodegang.org.       B. www.tqtheater.com.cn

C.  www.polytheater.com      D. www.bjcyjc.com

(   ) 27. If you like Peking Opera, you can go to_________.

A. De Yun She              B. Poly Theater  

C. Tianqiao Theater          D. Chaoyang Theater

 

                                B

Mark Twain, the famous American writer, liked to play jokes on others. But once a joke was played on him.

One day Mark Twain was asked to give a talk in a small town. At lunch he met a young man he knew who told him that he had an uncle who never laughed or smiled. The young man told Mark Twain that nobody and nothing could possibly make his uncle smile and laugh. “You bring your uncle to my talk tonight,” said Mark Twain “I'm sure I can make him laugh.”

That evening the young man and his uncle sat in the first row. Mark Twain spoke directly(正好地)at the old man. He told some rather interesting stories, which made everyone in the hall laugh. But the old man never even smiled. Mark Twain told the most interesting stories he knew. But the old man's face was still a blank. At last Mark Twain stopped. He felt tired and discouraged. (失去信心的)

Some days later, Mark Twain told a friend of his about what had happened. “Oh”, said his friend, “I know that old man. He has been deaf (聋子) for years.”

(   ) 28. What does Mark Twain do?

A. A speaker      B. A teacher      C. A writer      d. A doctor

(   ) 29The young man Mark Twain met at lunch told him that ________.

Ahis uncle never laughed or smiled.     

Bhis uncle never laughed at people

Chis uncle liked to listen to Mark Twain's talk

 Dnobody and nothing could make his uncle stop laughing or smile

(   ) 30Mark Twain could not make the old man laugh because ________.

Athe old man couldn't laugh        

Bthe old man didn't want to laugh

Chis stories were not interesting enough   

Dthe old man couldn't hear Mark Twain's stories

(   ) 31Which of the following sentences is not true?

AMark Twain could make everyone laugh except the old man.

BMark Twain liked to play jokes on others.    

CNobody ever played a joke on Mark Twain.

DOnce a young man played a joke on Mark Twain.

 

                                   C

Do you sweat, bite(咬)your pencil, and have butterflies in your stomach as your teacher hands out a test? A lot of people get excited when it is time to take a test. In fact, to keep a little excited and nervous is a good thing. It is natural to feel some stress about taking tests. Here are some tips for taking tests:

● First, be sure you have studied properly. If you are sure that you study in right ways and right time, you will have less reason to be worried.

● Get enough sleep the night before the test. Your memory recall (使想起,回想) will be much better if you have enough rest. In a scientific study, people who got enough sleep before taking a math test did better than those who stayed up all night studying.

● Listen closely to any instructions. As the teacher hands out the test, be sure you know what is expected of you.

● Read the test through first. Once you have the test paper in front of you, read over the full test, checking out how long it is and all the parts that you are expected to complete. This will allow you to estimate(估计)how much time you have for each part and ask the teacher any questions. If something seems unclear before you start, don’t be afraid, ask.

● Focus(集中)on answering each question one by one. As you take the test, if you do not know an answer, do not obsess (使困扰) over it. Instead, pass over the question and come back to it after you have answered other questions.

● Relax. You might need a mini-break if you are so nervous. Of course you cannot get up and move around in the middle of a test, but you can move your fingers and toes, take four or five deep breaths, or picture yourself on a beach or imagine yourself in some other calm places, such as the forest, the park.

These tips should help most people, but some can get serious test-taking fear. You may need to ask a teacher or counselor for help if you are one of them.                

(   ) 32. How many tips are mentioned in the passage?

        A. 4                          B. 5                            C. 6                     D. 7

(   ) 33. The underlined phrase “have butterflies” means ________. 

A. mad                  B. nervous                       C. stupid           D. smart

(   ) 34. From the passage, we can know ________.  

A. if we are nervous in the middle of a test, we can take pictures of ourselves

B. when we don’t know some answers of the test, we must finish them right now

C. getting enough sleep the night before the test can help recall our memory easily

D. when we get the test paper we should read part of the test so that we can save time

(   ) 35. The best title of the passage is ________.

A. how to do well in tests         B. how to read tests carefully

C. how to focus on questions of testsD. how to ask a teacher for help about tests

IV、阅读短文,还原句子

A naughty dog went into the back of a butcher’s shop(肉铺). He saw a big meaty bone. He decided to take it with him.    36   . He ran out quickly, carrying the bone in his mouth, and rushed into the forest.

  37   He looked down from the bridge and he saw another dog! The dog was carrying a big meaty bone. He thought, “That bone is much better than mine. It’s got more meat on it, and I think it’s longer too!” Then he had a look at that dog, “Oh,    38   I’m going to take that bone!”

So saying, he jumped off the bridge. He opened his mouth to bite the other dog, letting go of his bone. But as soon as he hit the water, the other dog disappeared. And his bone fell into the river.

   39   . “You saw another dog and another bone, but they were just reflections(反映)! Now you’ve lost your bone, and got wet too!” The monkey got away with laughter.

A. The monkey was so proud of himself.

B. So he could eat it in a comfortable, safe place.

C. On the bank, a monkey was laughing at the dog

D. that dog looks quite small and weak.

E. On the way, he went over a river.

 

V.阅读短文根据短文内容回答问题。(共8分,每小题2分)

Tim was born in Rodman, New York, in 1852. His family was very poor, and there was never enough to eat. Tim took a short business course, because he decided he didn’t want to be a farmer. And after the course, he worked as a salesman in a large city,

Tim knew he had a natural skill for showing things to arouse(引起,唤醒) people’s interest, but he soon learned something more important. One day his boss told him to sell some things for as much as he could get. Tim put all these things on one table with a sign which said: FIVE CENTS EACH. People went to buy the things and the table was soon cleared.

Soon, Tim opened his own shop, selling things at five and ten cents. But he had another lesson to learn before he became successful. That is, if you want to make money by selling low-price things, you have to buy them in large quantities(大量) directly from the factories. Once, for example, Tim went to Germany and bought many knives. He bought so many that the factory had to make all the machines keep working 24 hours a day for several months. In this way, the price of the knives was cut down by half.

By 1919, Tim had over 1,000 shops in the USA and Canada, and opened his first store in London. His name became famous throughout the world. He has many successful skills and always worked hard and ran(经营) his business with strict rules: "THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT."

40.Was Tim’s family rich?

___________________________________________

41.Why did Tim take a short business course?

___________________________________________

42.Where did Tim buy many knives? 

___________________________________________

43.How many shops did Tim have in the USA and Canada by 1919?

___________________________________________

VI. 完成句子

44. 他的头发比我的长。

His hair is ______________________________.

45. 他比他的哥哥更健壮吗?

____________ he  ______________________________ his brother?

46. 那个男孩比班上任何一个学生都高。

That boy is ______________________________in the class.

47. 她比我努力得多。

She is______________________________ me.

48. 他的房间比她的大一点。

His room is____________________________________ .

49. 彼得比杰克更活跃。

Peter is __________  __________than Jack.

50. 我妹妹比我外向一点。

My sister is ______  ______  ______  ______than me.

51. 托尼不像他哥哥一样擅长体育。

Tony is ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ ______his brother.

52. 他们两个都喜欢参加聚会。

__________of them enjoy__________  __________  __________.

53. 谁在学校更友善些?

       ___________________________________ at school?

VII.书面表达    Ann和Anna是一对孪生姐妹。请根据下表,写一篇短文介绍她们姐妹。内容可适当发挥,60词左右。
 Ann Anna
Height          tall ★ ★
Hair            long  ★★★ ★
Personality      outgoing ★ ★★★
Clothes         cool ★ ★★★
Schoolwork     good ★★★ ★


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