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高一英语必修一Unit2单元测试题(北师大版)

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2016-09-12

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I. 单项选择

1. If you go to Xi'an,you'll find the palaces more magnificent than commonly        .

A. supposing                    B. supposed

C. to suppose                   D. suppose

2. The train was        to arrive at 11:30, but it was an hour late.

A. about                         B. likely

C certain                       D. supposed

3. I can't stand _____with Jane in the same office. She just refuses _____talking while she works.

A. working;stopping            B. to work; stopping

C. working;to stop                D. to work; to stop

4. Rather than--on a crowded bus, he always prefers _____a bicycle.

A. ride;ride                   B. riding; ride

C  ride; to ride                    D. to ride; riding

5. -Which do you prefer, beef _____ pork?

-I prefer pork _____beef.

A. or;to                   B. to; or

C. to;to                      D. or; or

6. He will have learnt English for eight years by the time he ____from the university next year.

A. will graduate                 B. will have graduated

C. graduates                       D. is to graduate

7. They now have a good government , _____by all the people.

A. having supported                B. supporting

C. supported                      D. to be supported

8. It is said that the early European playing-cards---for entertainment and education.

A. were being designed           B. have designed

C. have been designed               D. were designed

9. The new suspension bridge _____by the end of last month.

A. has been designed               B. had been designed

C. was designed                 D. would be designed

10. Nowadays, we students are        from heavy school work and       for the entrance examination.

A. suffering, preparing              B. suffered, prepared

C. suffering, prepares               D. suffers, preparing

11. Although we invited him to the party, Mr. Smith decided to        another late night the computer room.

A. spend; in                       B. take; for

C. cost; on                        D. spend; on

12. The room _____smoke and I had to go out for some fresh air.

A. was filled of                B. was full with

C. was filled with                 D. was full about

13. _____his carelessness, he didn't pass the examination.

A. As a result                      B. As a result of

C. Because                        D. Since

14. It rained heavily yesterday ._____, they didn't turn up at the meeting.

A. As a result                      B. As a result of

C. First of all                       D. Instead of

15. You must do your best in your physics,       you will fail in the examination.

A. and                          B. however

C. but                          D. otherwise

II. 综合阅读

The famous American gorilla (大猩猩) expert Diane Fossey had a completely new way to study gorillas - she pretended to be one of them. She copied their actions and way of life - eating plants and getting down on her hands and knees to walk the way a gorilla does. It was a new relationship.

Diane Fossey was murdered in Rwanda in 1985 and her story was made into the popular film Gorillas in the Mist. It was a long way from King Kong, which is about a gorilla as a monster (a frightening animal), and helped to show a new idea: the real monster is man, while the gorilla is to be admired.

Today there are thought to be around 48,000 lowland gorillas and maybe 400-450 mountain gorillas in the wild. From the Congo in West Africa, to Rwanda and Uganda further east, they are endangered by hunting and by the cutting down of their forest homes.

Some time ago, I found in my letterbox a little magazine from the World Wide Fund for Nature. It had two photos side by side. One was of a young gorilla. "This is a species(物种)of mammal (哺乳类动物)," said the words below it. "It is being destroyed by man. We must save it for our own good." The other photo showed a human baby. The words also read, "This is a species of mammal," but then went on: "It is the most destructive(破坏性的) on earth. We must retrain(教育)it for its own good."

1. The text mainly talks about _____.

A. Diane Fossey                   B. the gorillas in Rwanda

C. the protection of the gorillas   D. the film Gorillas in the Mist

2. According to the text, the two countries Rwanda and Uganda are _____.

A. in West Africa               B. in East Africa

C. in South Africa               D. in North Africa

3. We can learn from the text that _____.

A. Gorillas in the mist was based on(基于)Fossey's experiences

B. Lowland gorillas live longer than mountain gorillas

C. King Kong showed us that a gorilla is admirable

D. Diane Fossey was murdered by a gorilla

4. What message can we get from the two photos in the magazine?

A. Gorillas are man's close friends.

B. Both man and the gorilla need to be saved.

C. Young gorillas are as lovely as human babies.

D. Man should live peacefully with the gorilla.

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