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臼寄現嶄哂囂汽圷霞編籾Unit 5 ! Unit 8

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臼寄現嶄哂囂汽圷霞編籾

Unit 5 ! Unit 8

  匯、汽醯《顱(30%)

  A. 囂咄佐A、B、C、D膨倖僉釀侖匈皿濂新嶝詼公汽簡議皿濂新峩倉猴議僉遏

  1. area   A. hair      B. hear       C. wear      D. bear

  2. allow    A. town      B. follow     C. blow      D. grow

  3. character  A. change   B. channel   C. Charlie    D. chemistry

  4. guide    A. general   B. large      C. guitar     D. teenager

  5. supply      A. company    B. thickly     C. dry        D. biology

  B. 僉夲恷煮基宛。

  6. Whom will you have _____ the watch?

  A. repaired      B. repair       C. to repair    D. repairs

  7. On his _____, we began the meeting.

  A. arrive      B. arriving      C. arrival        D. arrived

  8. I usually go to school on my bike ______.

  A. except for rainy days         B. besides it rains

  C. but that it rains             D. except on rainy days

  9. We do not allow ______ in the lecture hall, so you are not allowed _____ here.

  A. smoking, to smoke          B. to smoke, smoking

  C. smoking, smoking            D. to smoke, to smoke

  10. 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

  11. !Will you have tea or coffee?

    --______, thank you. I¨ve just had some tea.

  A. Either        B. Both      C. Some        D. Neither

  12. When a forest _____ down, there is nothing left ______ the soil.

  A. will cut, to protect           B. is cut, to protect

  C. is laid, protecting            D. cut, protected

  13. The heavy rain went on for three whole days and many bridges were ______ by water from the hills.

  A. washed clean       B. washed away    C. knocked down     D. carried away

  14. Seventy percent of the earth surface ______ water.

  A. is covered with               B. are covered by

  C. covers with                 D. are being covered with

  15. The two scientists couldn¨t agree ______ each other _____ this point.

  A. to, with         B. with, to      C. on, with            D. with, on

  16. Not all of them can speak good English. It means ^______ speak good English. ̄

  A. All of them cannot             B. None of them can

  C. Neither of them cannot         D. Each of them can

  17. His parents used ______ they had to buy him a computer.

  A. what        B. all what      C. that         D. what all

  18. What¨s the man like ? He is ______.

  A. not quite himself         B. ill        C. sick       D. honest

  19. Wood can be made ______ paper.

  A. of    B. from    C. with     D. into

  20. By the time we got to the railway station, the train ______ already.

  A. has started          B. had started

  C. has been started         D. was started

  21. We talked about the school and teachers _____ were remembered by every one of us.

  A. that          B. which      C. what        D. him

  22. !How much does the firewood cost?

    --Well, they are ______.  

  A. expensive     B. cheap    C. at a high price     D. free

  23. When and where to build the new factory ______.

  A. is not decided        B. are not decided

  C. has not decided         D. have not decided

  24. I often noticed the boy ______ school alone very later.

  A. to leave       B. leave       C. leaving       D. left

  25. His _____ was burnt in that fire and he had to make his ______ in a hotel.

    Now the whole ______ are all fine.

  A. home, house, family             B. family, house, home

  C. house, family, home             D. house, home, family

  26. I would rather ______ the chance than ______ her.

  A. not to take, to hurt              B. not taking, hurting

  C. not take, hurt                   D. don¨t take, to hurt

  27. The soldier was wounded ______ leg.

  A. on the        B. in the     C. on his       D. in his

  28. The bus is very ______. There ______.

  A. crowding, aren¨t any rooms           B. crowded, aren¨t any space

  C. crowded, isn¨t any room             D. crowding, isn¨t any space

  29. The old woman ______ the poor beggar a large meal.

  A. had         B. took        C. offered        D. supplied

  30. We must ______ the worst.

  A. be preparing for        B. be prepared for  

  C. be prepared           D. prepare

  屈、頼侘野腎。25%

  When I woke next morning, I was dying of 31 . I seemed to have a hole instead of a 32 . I dressed quickly and hurried down to the 33 . It was a big room with six tall windows and the ugliest wallpaper I had ever seen. 34 , I had been told that the hotel was not beautiful but that you were better 35 there than in any other hotel; and that was 36 I wanted just then.

  The waiter came hurrying up. Before I came downstairs I had prepared 37 carefully for what I must 38 . I had looked three times in my dictionary to make sure 39 ^breakfast ̄ really meant ^breakfast ̄. I had tried to get the right 40 and I had stood in front of a mirror and twisted my mouth until it 41 .

  The waiter asked me 42 I could not understand, but I spoke only my one prepared word ^BREAKFAST ̄. He looked at me in a 43 way, so I repeated it. Still he did not understand. It was 44 that English people didn¨t understand their own language. The waiter 45 his head and went away, but he came back in a minute and brought a tray with tea, bread and butter!enough to feed a small 46 --and went away. But I was hungry, and I left 47 . When the waiter came back I thought his face showed a little 48 , but you can never 49 what a waiter¨s face really shows. In another minute he brought 50 tray with some bacon and some eggs. He 51 have misunderstood me, but I thought it was no use explaining to people who don¨t understand their own language, so I just set to work on the bacon and eggs, wondering whether I could possibly 52 that plate.

  Well, I finished the bacon and eggs. I got up and made my way 53 to my room ! at least five pounds 54 . I never believed until then that any meal could 55 me, but on that day I met my Waterloo(錆鑓測).

  31. A. hunger         B. cold         C. anger        D. illness

  32. A. stone           B. head         C. breast       D. stomach

  33. A. hospital        B. dining-room   C. station        D. toilet

  34. A. Therefore       B. Otherwise      C. So           D. However

  35. A. received       B. fed          C. cared        D. eating

  36. A. just          B. what         C. that         D. why

  37. A. English       B. meal          C. questions    D. myself

  38. A. speak           B. answer       C. say         D. explain

  39. A. that          B. about          C. of          D. to

  40. A. pronunciation   B. meaning       C. form         D. spelling

  41. A. changed       B. opened      C. ached         D. closed

  42. A. whether       B. something     C. when         D. what

  43. A. surprised       B. friendly     C. puzzled       D. touched

  44. A. unbelievable     B. true         C. thought      D. a pity

  45. A. waved           B. shook        C. bowed       D. patted

  46. A. tiger           B. eat          C. group      D. army

  47. A. much          B. a little        C. nothing      D. empty

  48. A. pleasure       B. surprise      C. pride        D. satisfaction

  49. A. tell          B. guess          C. design      D. express

  50. A. other           B. another      C. more         D. me

  51. A. should         B. might         C. would         D. must

  52. A. clear           B. clean        C. wash          D. pay

  53. A. hurriedly       B. immediately    C. slowly         D. anxiously

  54. A. lighter       B. heavier       C. weightier     D. more

  55. A. hurt          B. fat          C. defeat         D. please

  眉、堋響尖盾。(30%)

A

  Mr. And Mrs. Wu were fed up with their neighbor. He was always borrowing things from them.

  ^It¨s not right, ̄ Mr Wu said to his wife one evening. ^ At some time or another that man has borrowed nearly everything we have. Almost every day he comes over to borrow something. ̄

  ^You¨re quite right, ̄ his wife replied, ^and most of the things he¨s never returned. ̄

  ^What I want to know, ̄ her husband said, ^ is why can¨t he buy the things he needs, like everyone else? ̄

  ^Because people like us are foolish enough to lend him what he needs, ̄ she replied. ^As long as we are willing to lend, he¨ll keep on borrowing. ̄

  ^Then we¨ll never lend him anything again, ̄ Mr Wu said. ^The next time he asks to borrow something, I¨ll say no. ̄

  ^We must have a good reason for saying no, ̄ his wife said, ^and we must always try to be polite to him. We don¨t want to make an enemy of the man. ̄

  It was not long before their decision not to lend their neighbor anything ever again was put to the test. The next morning there was a knock on the door. Mr Wu went to answer it. Their neighbor was standing there. Mr Wu knew he was going to ask to borrow something, and was ready to refuse him politely.

  ^Good morning, ̄ their neighbor said, ^I¨m sorry to trouble you , but I wonder if I could borrow your garden scissors. ̄

  ^I¨m sorry, ̄ Mr Wu said, ^but I¨m afraid my wife and I will be using them today. We¨ll be spending all day working in the garden. ̄

  ^Oh, I see, ̄ the neighbor said, ^in that case, may I borrow your golf clubs? You won¨t be needing them if you¨re working in the garden all day, will you? ̄

  56. How did Mr and Mrs Wu feel about their neighbor?

  A. indifferent      B. annoyed      C. friendly      D. enthusiastic

  57. What had the neighbor done with most of the things he had borrowed?

  A. lent them to others        B. lost them   

  C. broken them            D. not given them back

  58. What did Mr Wu decide to do from then on?

  A. keep on lending to him                  B. give him their golf clubs

  C. refuse to lend him any more things        D. be impolite to him

  59. When did the neighbor come back?

  A. the following day                     B. a week later

  C. the morning after the following week     D. a few days later

  60. How did the neighbor manage to get what he really wanted?

  A. by working in Mr Wu¨s garden          B. by lending Mr Wu his golf clubs

  C. by first asking for something else        D. by asking for it

B

  Everybody uses A.M. and P.M. to mean before noon and after noon. But do you know exactly what they mean and how they came into being?

  We know that the turning of the earth makes the sun and stars seem to move across the sky. Daylight, of course, begins with the sun rising in the east and end with the sun setting in the west. Being high in the sky, between these two positions, the sun has travelled a quarter journey, and half of the daylight hours have been spent.

  Therefore, by noticing where the sun stood in the sky, early man learned how to tell the time of the day. At night, the stars, were observed. He could also know the time.

  The important thing in keeping time is to know the exact moment of noon. For each of us, wherever we are, noon is when the sun is directly overhead. Think of an imaginary line, a meridian(徨怜)drawn across the sky, going from the north point of your horizon down to the south point.

  When the sun crosses your meridian, it is noon for you. When the sun still lies to the east of your meridian, it is morning. After the sun has crossed this meridian , it is afternoon.

  The Latin word for ^midday ̄ is meridiem, from which comes our word ante meridiem, whose short form is A.M., which means before midday. P.M. is the short form for post meridian, meaning after midday.

  61. The English word ^meridian ̄ means ______.

  A. ante meridiem in Latin             B. P.M. in Latin

  C. Post metidiem in Latin             D. meridiem in Latin

  62. Early man learned how to tell the time of the day ______.

  A. by noticing where the sun stood in the sky

  B. by knowing the exact moment of noon

  C. by drawing a meridian across the sky

  D. by observing the positions the stars exist in the sky

  63. Which of the following is true according to the passage?

  A. A.M. means before noon in English and ante meridiem in Latin.

  B. P.M. is the short form for post meridiem in Latin standing for ^in English ̄.

  C. Daylight begins with the sun rising in the west and ends with the sun setting in the east.

  D. Meridiem in Latin comes from our word meridian.

  64. It is the exact moment of noon _____.

  A. that the sun crosses the imaginary line

  B. when the sun still lies to the east of the meridian

  C. after the sun has crossed the imaginary line

  D. when the sun is not directly overhead.

  65. ^Before midday ̄ means ______.

  A. the sun has travelled a quarter journey.

  B. half of the daylight hours have been spent.

  C. the sun hasn¨t travelled a quarter journey yet

  D. the sun has travelled half of its journey

C

  These days we know a lot about pollution in the air or water. But we are not so familiar with the pollution from noise, and especially with its psychological effects(伉尖丼惚). The physical effects are not surprising. We may become deaf if we live with great noise all the time. Scientists think that noise has a great effect on people¨s mind. They say that in noisy situations, people get angry more easily, they cannot work hard, and many of them have psychological problems.

  Scientists can tell the difference between ^sound ̄ and ^noise ̄. Sound is measured(霞楚) physically, but noise cannot be measured in the same way because it refers to the physical effect of sound and its level(邦峠) depends on (函畳噐) the situation. Sound may become noise if it makes us feel hard.

  66. People are not familiar with noise pollution because ______ .

   A. its effects are not surprising   

   B. we don¨t know its effects

   C. it has very small effects

       D. it has great effects on people¨s mind

  67. If you live among great noise, you will ______ .

   A. fall ill sometime in future        

   B. not be your own self any more

   C. get familiar with noise pollution

     D. Both A and B

  68. According to the writer, what is the difference between sound and noise?

   A. Sound can be measured, while noise can¨t

   B. Sound is thought physically, while noise psychologically

   C. Noise should be controlled(陣崙), while sound shouldn¨t

   D. Noise always has great effects while sound small ones

  69. Which of the following should be thought of ^noise ̄ according to the writer?

  A. The sound of planes¨ taking off or landing for a traveller.

  B.The music of earphone heard by a person walking in the street.

  C.The whisper(串囂) of someone behind you in the cinema.

  D.The bark(昂出) of dogs for a man who wants to catch an animal.

  70. What conclusion(潤胎) can you draw after reading the passage?

   A. Something can be thought of both ^noise ̄ and ^sound ̄.

   B. ^Noise ̄ is nothing but psychological problems of people.

   C. People always have control over ^sound ̄, but no control over ^noise ̄.

   D. As the level of ^sound ̄ changes, that of ^noise ̄ will change in the same way.

   温畠斤三。(5%)

  A:    71    .

  B: Oh, look, Wynton Marsalis is in town.

  A:    72   . I¨ve never heard of him.

  B: What?      73    .

  A: The tickets must cost a fortune. Are there any good movies?

  B:    74  . They¨re showing La Dolce Vita. It¨s supposed to be excellent.

  A: I¨ve never seen it, but I¨d like to. Why don¨t we go Saturday night?

  B:   75   .

  A: You have?

  B: I just saw it the night before last.

  A: Was it any good?

  B: I thought so. I think it¨s Fellini¨s best film.

  a. Who¨s Wynto Marsalis?

  b. Have you seen it before?

  c. I¨ve already seen it.

  d. Anything exciting going on this weekend?

  e. Well, there¨s a classic film festival.

  f. He¨s one of the greatest jazz musicians in the world!

   玉猟個危。(10%)

  A strange thing happened for Henry yesterday. He was on      1.   

  a bus and wanted to get off. So he stood up and ring the     2.   

  bell. To make sure the driver heard him he rang twice,       3.   

  but the bus didn¨t stop, so the doctor came and shouted      4.   

  at him. The conductor was so angrily and spoke so fast       5.   

  that Henry didn¨t understand word. The bus stopped at        6.   

  the next bus stop and Henry got off. As he got off he heard    7.   

  someone say. ^I think he is a foreigner, for he doesn¨t    8.   

  know the rule here. ̄

  When Henry got home, he told his wife about his story

  in the bus. ^How many times did you ring the bell? ̄ she asked. 9.   

  ^Twice, ̄ said Henry.

  ^Well, that tells the driver go on. ̄ his wife explained.    10.    

  ^Only the conductor is allowed to ring the bell twice. ̄

  Henry nodded. ^I see, ̄ he said.

  Keys5!8

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