Unit5 Canada-the true north
1. He suddenly saw Sue the room. He pushed his way the crowd of people to her.
A. across; across B. over; through
C. over; into D. across; through
2. Mr Smith is our department while the other is Mr White.
A. in charge of; in charge of
B. in charge of; in the charge of
C. in the charge of; in the charge of
D. in the charge of; in charge of
3. He has himself to be innocent.
A. checked B. realized
C. confirmed D. showed
4. If you want to get the job, you should make a good on the interviewers.
A. decision B. situation
C. impression D. position
5. —In your opinion, who is the best golf player in the world?
—John Smith. I think he has a(n) for golf.
A. present B. limit C. interest D. gift
6. He had the misfortune to ill on the day of the examination.
A. fall B. fall into C. fall with D.fall down
7. The naughty boy spends most of his time playing computer games ______ his lessons.
A. rather than study B. other than studying
C. rather than studying D. other than to study
8. The house is in beautiful .
A. surroundings B. surrounding
C. environments D. condition
9. I must this morning and finish the term paper.
A. settle on B. settle down
C. settle in D. settle up
10. He has for language, while his sister is a pianist.
A. gift; gifted B. a gift; gifted
C. a present; gifted D. a gift; gift
A. will take B. took C. was taken D. takes
18.We looked forward to _______ at eight in the morning, but he didn’t turn _______ until 9 o’clock.
A. his coming; up B. his coming; in C. he came; down D. he came; in
19.—I think 20 dollars for it is OK.
—No, I’d gladly pay _______ for it.
A. twice as much B. three times of what C. the price twice D. as much three times
20.A terrible accident _______,however, occur the other day and we witnessed it _______ accident.
A. does; by B. did; by C. has to; on D. had to; on
21.The poor _______ living in the mountain _______ top is covered with green trees.
A .are; which B. are; whose C. is; whose D. are; of which
22. Word came _______ the students would put off the outing until next week, when they wouldn’t be busy.
A. that B. when C. which D. whether
23.You _______ Kate at the meeting last week;he has been on holiday in London for a month.
A. mustn’t have seen B. shouldn’t see C. can’t have seen D. couldn’t see
24.—Why does Mrs Smith look so worried?
—Because there are many things remaining _______ for her daughter’s wedding.
A. doing B. to doing C. done D. to be done
Most children with healthy appetites are ready to eat almost anything that is offered to them. A child rarely dislikes food 25 it is badly cooked. The 26 a meal is cooked and served is most important and 27 served meals will often improve a child’s appetite. Never ask a child 28 he likes or dislikes a food and never 29 likes and dislikes in front of him or allow 30 else to do so. If the father says he hates fat meat or the mother refuses vegetables in the child’s hearing, he is 31 to copy their words. Take it 32 granted that he likes everything and he probably 33 .Nothing healthful should be left out from the meal because of a 34 dislike. At meal times it is a good 35 to give a child a small 36 and let him 37 back for a second helping rather than give him as 38 as he is likely to eat all at once. Do not talk too much to the child 39 meal times, but let him get on with his food, and do not 40 him to leave the table immediately after a meal or he will 41 learn to swallow his food 42 he can hurry back to his toys. On 43 account must a child be coaxed 44 forced to eat.
25. A. if B. until C. that D. unless
26. A. means B. process C. way D. method
27. A .anxiously B. attractively C. urgently D. eagerly
28. A. whether B. what C. that D. tell
29. A. remark B. tell C. discuss D. argue
30. A. everybody B. anybody C. somebody D. possible
31. A. willing B. possible C. forced D. likely
32. A. with B. as C. over D. for
33. A should B. may C. will D. must
34. A. supposed B. proved C. considered D. related
35. A. point B. custom C. idea D. plan
36. A. breakfast B. lunch C. supper D. share
37. A. ask B. come C. return D. take
38. A. much B. little C. few D. many
39. A. on B. over C. by D. during
40. A. agree B. allow C. force D. persuade
41. A. hurriedly B. soon C. fast D. slowly
42. A. so B. although C. in case D. although
43. A. some B. any C. no D. such
44. A. or B. nor C. but D. neither
You are what you eat and fats are a main food for Asia’s fast-food generation. Dr.Chwang, director of the Department of Food Nutrition, says children are consuming more meat and soft drinks. That is a thorough departure from the traditional diet of vegetables and rice and little meat.” They like big pieces of fried meat with a soft drink. So although they may eat the same volume of food, their calorie intake(卡路里摄入量) has increased. Now that 40 to 45 percent of their calories come from fat,” says Chwang.
Although on the whole Asians tend to thinness, culture—namely Asians’ hospitality—is a reason for the fatness of today’s generation, according to Chwang. “Asian people love food,” she says.” Eating and drinking are important social and family functions.” In the past, however, big meals were only hosted on special occasions, as people were more careful with money. In today’s climate of wealth and remarkable consumption,10-course meals are no longer reserved for significant occasions.
“In the past, people had four or more children—now, they have one or two, so they tend to spoil them,” says Chwang. “The earliest way is to give them quality food. Parents think feeding them well is showing their love. They feel bad when their children look thin.”
When describing the physical condition of most overweight Asian children, Chwang says: “there is a clear relation between fatness and indoor play. Children get fat because they don’t move, and eventually, they don’t want to move because they are fat.”
Thanks to technology, a growing army of children prefer video games to old outdoor sports. “What do children do when watching TV or sitting in front of the computer playing video games? They eat chocolate and drink Coke,” says Chwang.
45.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Asian people tend to save more money.
B. Asian children depart from their diet tradition.
C. Asian children eat big meals on more occasions.
D. Culture contributes to the fatness of Asian children.
46.According to the passage, the quality food fed by more parents is actually _____.
A. healthful food B. qualified food C. agreeable food D. highcalorie food
47.Some parents feel bad when their children look thin, because _____.
A. their children don’t love eating and drinking
B. the children don’t have a good physical condition
C. they feel that they don’t take good care of their children
D. they feel that they are not wealthy enough to afford “quality food”
48.The purpose of this article is to _____.
A. compare the traditional diet with today’s diet of Asian children
B. find reasons for increased food consumption of Asian people
C. explain why many Asian children are overweight nowadays
D. prove the relationship between fatness and indoor play
Full-time university students spend all their time studying. They don’t do other work. Their course usually lasts for three or four years. Medical students have to follow a course lasting for six or seven years. Then they graduate as doctor. In Britain, full-time university students have three terms of about ten weeks in each year. During these terms they go to lectures or they study by themselves. Their vacations are long, but of course they can use them to study at home.
Some universities, like Oxford and Cambridge in England, are residential. This means that during the university terms the students live in universities.
Other universities are non-residential. Some of the students at these universities can live in a university hotel, but many live at home or in lodgings and have to travel daily to their lectures. Large cities often have universities of this kind, sometimes the students have to spend a lot of time on their journeys.
Full-time students are also called internal students, because they spend all their times at universities. There are also external students who cannot attend the university full-time but who are studying for its examinations. They are part-time students. They have to do other work during the day, usually to earn their living, and they study in the evening.
External students are often older than full-time internal students. Sometimes they can attend lectures in the evening, but many of them have to study by correspondence(函授).they write at home the work that is set by their tutors(指导教师).They have to pass their work to their tutors post corrections and advice back to them.
In some countries,” Universities of the Air” can now help students to receive degrees. After special lectures on radio or television, these students have to send set work for correction by correspondence .However, for a few weeks each year they can attend special vacation course at universities.
49. _____ have to study at university for six or seven years.
A. All the students B. Medical students C. Full-time students D. Part-time students
50.Medical students all become doctors _____.
A. when they graduate
B. before they graduate
C. after they work in the hospital for six or seven years
D. while they are studying at universities
51.The residential students are those who _____.
A. live at home
B. go to school every day
C. live in a university
D. have to do other work
52.The part-time students _____.
A. work for a living in the daytime and study in the evening
B. are internal students
C. are residential students
D. have to attend lectures during the day
1. She likes to c with grandma over the phone.
2. He went to Australia in the 1980s and s ___ down there.
3. What she saw t ____ her and she had bad dreams every night after that.
4. The man that survived the earthquake was s ______ better yesterday.
5. There are seven c _____ in the world, of which Asia is the largest.
6. He is a __ (富有的) and kind man. He gives a lot of money to the poor every year.
7. The plane crashed _______ (在……之内) seconds of taking off.
8. He tried to flee across the ______ (边境) but was caught.
9. The view has been _______ (证实) scientifically.
10. During the war this village was _____ (包围)by the enemy and 100 people were killed.
Michael was walking along the street other 1._____
day. Then he felt someone shouting his name. 2._____
He stopped and looked around. He was Jack 3._____
Events were running after him. Michael and 4._____
Jack went to the same school and then to the 5._____
same university. So they hadn’t met each other 6._____
since then. They decide to have lunch together. 7._____
They went to the nearest restaurant and sat by the 8._____
table near the window. Then they talked about that 9._____
they had done since they graduated university. 10._____