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人教版高一必修2第一单元英语课时训练题

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第一节 单项填空(共15小题;每小题1分,满分15分)

从A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

1. —What’s your opinion of the movie we saw last night?

—      .

A. Not a bad idea    B. I’m afraid not   C. Rather boring              D. Watch out

2. —You look tired after        search for the missing boy.

—Yes, I’d prefer to head for        bed.

A. a; the                B. the; the             C. a; /                   D. the; /

3. We Chinese must stick to One-China policy, ______ is of great importance to China.

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

4. —Do you know Lily has gone to London?

—Oh. ______ I haven’t seen her these days.

A. No doubt          B. No wonder             C. No possible            D. No chance

5. One is easy to ______ if he gets used to the surroundings quickly.

A. live                            B. be alive            C. get along          D. survive

6. This dress is too ______ for me; I prefer the plain one.

A. ordinary                     B. imaginary         C. fancy               D. common

7. She is in a poor        of health, which worries her mother much.

A. position               B. situation           C. state                D. aspect

8. 30. Scientists are in search _______ a cure ________ the disease.

A. for; for     B. of; for    C. of; of     D. for; of

9. Don’t pretend       . Your newspaper is upside down.

A. to read                     B. to be reading    C. to have read     D. reading

10. The curious boy took the watch         to see how it runs.

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

11. —We don’t know who stole the book. What’s your opinion?

—Jack is considered        it.

A. having done             B. to have done    C. doing               D. to do

12. —Many of us have a        opinion of him.

—But he is spoken        of by the leaders.

A. bad; worse              B. badly; highly     C. bad; better              D. badly; more

13. It was reported that eight policemen were sent to the forest        the missing girl.

A. in search of              B. search                     C. search of          D. searched for

14. The famous foreign poet finally arrived at _____ is usually called “Shangri-La” in China and was greatly attracted by it.

A. which                      B. that                 C. the place         D. what

15. My father bought me a great English dictionary, ______ of great help to my English study.

A. which I think is   B. which I think it is  C. which I think it D. I think which it is

二\完形填空 (20分)

(A)

Hours of Playing violent video games can   16   way the brain works, causing damage to nerve cells or    17    brain activity. The researchers said that ill effects are most obvious among the   18   . When the scientists used a high-tech scanning device to check brain function, they discovered   19    activity in the area of the brain that controls emotions as well as attention span. Moreover when the children were   20   to violent video games, there was even less activity.

The study suggests that repeated exposure to the violent video games will destroy the brain. The result is that the child can__21__     understand the real effect of violence. The facts showed that some normal teenagers who said they 22 watched violent television and   23   played violent games games had decreased activity when exposed to the violent video. The brain changes were most obvious among heavy users, which meant those who played for several    24    each day.

It was reported that the video game industry would post sales of more than #10 billion in 2002, and the fastest growing game markets    25   the games connected with violence, as compared with the previous years.

(   )16. A. show       B. present    C. affect     D. read

(   )17. A. quickening   B. slowing   C. speeding   D. widening

(   )18. A. elderly       B. blind     C. teenagers  D. disabled

(   )19. A. less         B. much     C. more      D. even

(   )20. A. played       B. watched   C. skimmed  D. exposed

(   )21. A. easily        B. clearly    C. hardly    D. nearly

(   )22.A. seldom      B. never    C. occasionally  D. frequently

(   )23. A. seemingly    B. regularly  C. irregularly  D. presently

(   )24. A. minutes      B. seconds    C. hours     D. weeks

(   )25. A. purchased    B. bought     C. sold      D. brought

(B)

Many problems and frustrations(挫折), from anger to stress, have become part of the American way of life. They may result from inadequate sleep and widespread sleep problems according to a study    26   April 2 by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF).

The study results show that while many Americans enjoy the    27   of sufficient sleep, as many as 47 million adults may be putting themselves   28   injury, and health and behaviour problems because they aren’t meeting their    29    sleep need in order to be fully alert (清醒) the next day. Such people are more likely to get    30   in traffic jams, quarrel with other people, or overeat, according to the    31    .

“The study provides new evidence that the quality and quantity of our sleep plays a significant role in our daily lives. In sum. The study results paint a new and unique    32    of Americans that shows ‘you are   33    you sleep.’” The researchers noted, “Some of the problems we face may be linked to lack of sleep or poor sleep.”

The study   34   how people described their general moods and attitudes on a typical day with their answers to a number of questions about their sleep. The conclusions suggest a direct link between more sleep and heightened daytime alertness with   35    feelings that include a sense of peace, satisfaction with life, and being full of energy. Shorter sleep periods and daytime sleepiness were related to negative moods such as anger, stress, pessimism (悲观) , and tiredness.

(   )26. A. responded   B. released    C. dismissed       D. delivered

(   )27. A. benefits     B. advantages  C. energy         D. passion

(   )28 A. away from   B. out of      C. on the border of  D. at risk for

(   )29. A. urgent      B. maximum   C. minimum        D. private

(   )30. A. angry       B. happy      C. sleepy          D. involved

(   )31. A. book       B. news       C. findings         D. theory

(   )32. A. map        B. picture     C. figure           D. pattern

(   )33. A. how        B. what       C. when           D. where

(   )34. A. compared   B. concluded   C. contrasted        D. conducted

(   )35. A. such       B. amazing    C. negative          D. positive

三\阅读理解 (45分)

(A)

In 1500, the world’s population was about 435 million, today, it is 5.5billion, with more than a million children being born every day. The rapid growth in population since 1800 is largely due to improvements in food production and medical knowledge. In many part of the world, rapid population growth causes serious problems, such as food shortages and overcrowding in cities.

URBAN POPULATION

In 1900, only 10 percent of the world’s population lived in cities. Today, that figure is about 50 percent, The table below lists the world’s most populated cities.

 

CITY       POPULATION

Tokyo      27,245,000

Sao Paulo   19,235,000

New York   16,158,000

Mexico     15,276,000

Bombay    13,322,000

Shanghai   12,670,000

Los Angles  11,853,000

 

LIFE EXPECTANCY

Life expectancy is the average length of time a person is likely to live. People in wealthier countries generally have higher life expectancies than people in poorer countries.

LIFE (MALE)      LIFE(FEMALE)

EXPECTANCY      EXPECTANCY

COUNTRY AGE     COUNTRY AGE

Japan   76.8        Japan   82.9

Iceland   76.3       Iceland 81.9

Sweden   76.1      Sweden  81.7

Greece    75.5      Greece   76.8

ADULT LITERACY

Adult literacy rates show the number of people over the age of 15 who can read and write. The table below lists the average literacy for a variety of countries.

 

COUNTRY  PERCENTACE OF POPULATION

United states of America              99

United Kingdom             99

Brazil                      82

China                      80

Kuwait                     74

Afghanistan                 32

Somalia                    24

Niger                      14

 

TOP TEN LANGUAGES

LANGUAGE       NUMBER OF SPEAKERS

Chinese (Mainland)          885,000,000

English                    322,000,000

Spanish                    266,000,000

Bengali                    189,000,000

Hindi                      182,000,000

Portuguese                  170,000,000

Russian                    170,000,000

Japanese                    125,000,000

German                     98,000,000

 

(   )36. According to the information, which problem is associated with rapid population growth?

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