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|Unit 4 of Senior two|
|作者：佚名 文章来源：本站原创 点击数： 更新时间：2006-7-12|
A garden of poems
1.What does the man mean?
A. He needs the reply from the woman.
B. He is waiting for the woman.
C. He still doesn’t find a job.
2.Why does the man want to keep the window shut?
A. He is ill.
B. He wants to open it himself.
C. The air inside is fresh enough.
3.What will the woman do this evening?
A. Meet her Mum at the airport.
B. Say good-bye to her Mum at the airport.
C. Fly to another city together with her Mum.
4.When will the two speakers probably arrive at the concert?
A. At 7：00. B. At 7：15. C. At 7：20.
5.What can we learn about the man?
A. He doesn’t have time to do exercise.
B. He has too much homework to do.
C. He doesn’t understand the exercise.
6.What’s the man going to do at the wedding?
A.Hold the ceremony.
B. Perform at the wedding.
C. Videotape the wedding.
7.What can we know about the man?
A. He has used a video camera several times.
B. He has never used a video camera.
C. He often uses a video camera and is good at it.
8.What is the woman reading?
A. China Daily. B. People’s Daily.
C. Red Roses.
9.Where will the Red Roses give the performance?
A. In China Daily headquarter.
B. At the People’s Theatre.
C. It doesn’t tell us.
10.When will the two speakers meet at the theatre?
A. At 6：20 this Saturday.
B. At 6：30 this Sunday.
C. At 6：30 this Saturday.
11.What is the probable relationship between the two speakers?
A. Hotel manager and waiter.
B. Shopkeeper and salesperson.
C. Interviewer and job hunter.
12.What language is the man weak in?
A. Japanese. B. Spanish. C. English.
13.What is the most important for the man to do the work?
A. Using a computer.
B. Working on weekends.
C. Getting on well with people.
14.What do we know about the man?
A. He can’t work on Saturday.
B. He once worked in a restaurant.
C. He can’t swim.
15.How will the two speakers go to New York?
A. By plane. B. By car. C. By train.
16.What may the climate be like in New York?
A. Cold and sunny. B. Warm and rainy.
C. Cold and rainy.
17.When will the two speakers probably leave?
A. At 8：00. B. At 12：00. C. At 6：00.
18.What is the speaker talking about?
A. News reports. B. Using expressions.
C. Language learning.
19.What would the speaker use his notebook to write?
A. News and radio reports.
B. Useful words and expressions.
C. Language learning experience.
20.What does the speaker suggest doing?
A. Making good goals.
B. Trusting in one’s ability.
C. Learning in a real situation.
21.You should follow these sentence _____ to make twenty new sentences.
A. patterns B. appearances
C. signs D. symbols
22.When you learn a foreign language， it is not wise to_____ everything into your own language.
A. make B. translate C. bring D. introduce
23.When we speak a foreign language， we should respect its _____， or we can’t really learn it well.
A. customs B. habits C. idioms D. manners
24.The two sisters being very alike， I can’t tell them___ for the moment.
A. aside B off C. away D. apart
25.Having lived alone on that island for a long time，he can’t stand the ______ any longer.
A. pain B. devotion
C. loneliness D. hardiness
26.His speech at the meeting _____ my memories of the past.
A. called in B. called for
C. called up D. called on
27.It is well-known that the _____ of air can make a man die.
A. presence B. absence C. short D. poverty
28.I was deeply struck by their happy _____ in face of all kinds of difficulties.
A. position B. situation C. atmosphere D. space
29._____ mistakes and weaknesses， the robot did a great deal of good work.
A. Despite B. In spite C. For D. Because of
30.I can’t think how he can _____ the time.
A. get over B. get rid of
C. get out D. get through
31.The road sign is easy to read： the words _____well.
A. look like B. make out
C. stand out D. stick out
32.As we all know， the People’s Republic of China____ in 1949.
A. came into being B. was put into practice
C. was put to use D. turned into reality
33.Every one of us should _____ a part of our food and money for the people trapped in the terrible flood.
A. kill B. lose C. contribute D. equip
34.Can you tell me _____?
A. whom does this dictionary belong to
B. whom this dictionary is belonged to
C. whom this dictionary belongs to
D. whom this dictionary is belonging to
35._____ more attention， the trees could have grown better.
A. Given B. To give C. Giving D. Having given
Very often young people dream not of owning a car but of having a motorcycle. They know it takes 36 money to buy and to operate. With a little gasoline they can 37 for hours.
Boys and girls with a motorcycle can also get to 38 they want to go very fast. They do not have to 39 behind cars when there is a lot of traffic. They can go 40 the cars.
Motorcycles are also convenient to park. If there is no 41 on the street， people sometimes push their motorcycles onto the lawn（草地） or 42 them beside the houses.
Some people like the noise 43 as much as the speed. They may also 44 as if their grandparents did when they rode a fast horse. The motorcycle may be
45 the horse of modern times.
Girls and boys may belong to a motorcycle club. The 46 of these clubs get together and ride to places 47 state parks or lakes.
Many people have two motorcycles. They use one for the city streets and the other for riding through 48 . The other one is called a dirt bike. It is 49 made for places where there are no 50 . Because a dirt bike is not used in the city， a person must 51 a truck or a trailer（拖车） to take it through the city streets.
It is 52 to have friends who also own dirt bikes. A group often goes into the country to ride their bikes. If they are 53 riders， they may enter a race called the Motocross， and people will 54 to see them ride. Better still， they may win a 55 .
36.A. little B. no C. small D. less
37.A. run B. ride C. walk D. go
38.A. which B. what C. where D. there
39.A. fall B. stay C. come D. travel
40.A. beside B. near C. around D. forward
41.A. people B. car C. traffic D. space
42.A. find B. leave C. let D. fix
43.A. exactly B. hardly C. almost D. even
44.A. feel B. like C. agree D. sound
45.A. called B. pointed C. made D. told
46.A. members B. children C. students D. groups
47.A. for B. to C. with D. like
48.A. fields B. places C. forests D. buildings
49.A. specially B. likely C. really D. possibly
50.A. trucks B. streets C. towns D. roads
51.A. force B. take C. have D. carry
52.A. joy B. pleasure C. fun D. happiness
53.A. clever B. student C. strong D. expert
54.A. cost B. pay C. spend D. take
55.A. prize B. motorbike C. bike D. car
Music notes fly through my ears.
Soft sounds float in the air，
as if they are floating on water.
Music is like a paintbrush，
painting sounds in the sky.
A warm sun shining bright，
clouds drifting far away in the night，
to the sounds of music.
Music is nature’s friend，
as one paints our earth，
and the other fills our hearts.
56.The writer compares music to the following EXCEPT ______.
A. sounds floating on water
B. a paintbrush painting sounds in the sky
C. one friend of nature
D. a person who paints the earth
57.The poem expresses the idea that the author______.
A. likes to fly in the air with the sound of music
B. likes painting clouds while listening to music very much
C. enjoys music because music can comfort his heart
D. would like to compose music with his paintbrush by himself
58.What may be the best title for this poem?
A. Painting B. Music
C. Sunshine D. Warmhearted
The modern age is an age of electricity. People are so used to electric lights， radios， televisions， and telephones that it is hard to imagine what life would be like without them. When there is a power failure， people move about in dim candlelight， cars hesitate in the streets because there are no traffic lights to guide them， and food goes bad in silent refrigerators.
Yet people began to understand how electricity works only a little more than two centuries ago. Nature has in fact been experimenting in this field for millions of years. Scientists are discovering more and more that the living world may hold many interesting secrets of electricity that could benefit humanity.
All living cells send out tiny pulses（脉冲） of electricity. As the heart beats， it sends out pulses that can be measured and recorded on the surface of the body. When the pulses are recorded， they form an electrocardiogram（心电图）， which a doctor can study to determine how well the heart is working. The brain， too， sends out brain waves of electricity， which can be recorded in an electroencephalogram. The electric currents generated by most living cells are very small — often so small that sensitive instruments are needed to record them. But in some animals， certain muscle cells have become so specialized as electrical generators（发电机） that they do not work as muscle cells at all. When large numbers of these cells are linked together， the effect can be astonishing.
The electric eel（电鳗） is an amazing living storage battery. It can send a jolt of as much as eight hundred volts of electricity through the water in which it lives. （An electric house current is only one hundred twenty volts.） As many as four- fifths of all the cells in the electric eel’s body are specialized for generating electricity， and the strength of the shock it can deliver equals the length of its body.
59.What is the main idea of this passage?
A. Electric eels are potentially dangerous.
B. Biology and electricity appear to be closely related.
C. People would be at a loss without electricity.
D. Scientists still have much to discover about electricity.
60.The author mentions all of the following as results of a power failure EXCEPT ______.
A. refrigerated food items may go bad
B. traffic lights do not work
C. people must rely on candlelight
D. elevators do not function
61.Why does the author mention electric eels?
A. To warn the reader to stay away from them.
B. To compare their voltage to that used in houses.
C. To give an example of a living electrical generator.
D. To describe a new source of electrical power.
62.How many volts of electricity can an electric eel send out?
A. 1，000. B. 800. C. 200. D. 120.
63.It can be inferred from the passage that the longer an eel is， the ______.
A. more beneficial it will be to science
B. more powerful its electrical charge will be
C. easier it will be to find
D. tougher it will be to eat
The opera house in Santa Fe， New Mexico， is one of the most beautiful in the United States. It is small and open， with one roof over the stage where singers perform and another roof over part of the audience. This opera house in the mountains is one of the best in the country. It may seem surprising because performances are only given during seven weeks in the summer， and because Santa Fe is a very small city.
One reason why the Santa Fe Opera is so good is that it attracts many excellent young singers. They all hope to sing in famous opera houses like Metropolitan in New York someday， and they work hard to become well-known during the summer. The musicians and directors are experts who come from the best orchestras （管弦乐队） and operas in the country during their vacations. They enjoy working there because they like to live in Santa Fe， which is near both the mountains and the desert. It is very beautiful there in the summer.
The state government of New Mexico advertises the Santa Fe Opera in newspapers all over the country， and a great many tourists come to New Mexico because of the opera. Still， most of the audience do come to Santa Fe and other nearby cities， and all the seats in the theater are sold out for every show.
There is only one thing that some people do not like about the Santa Fe Opera， and that is the cold weather. Because the theater is open， performances can’t start before it gets dark at nine o’clock in the evening， and then the mountain air becomes very cool. Sometimes people complain about the cold air， but because the operas are good， these people come back again — wearing warm coats.
64.This passage mainly introduces ______.
A. a mountain city B. young singers
C. an opera house D. the tourism in Santa Fe
65.Young singers come to perform in Santa Fe Opera because ______.
A. the music quality is high
B. they enjoy the climate there
C. they want to be famous
D. they like the scenery there
66.It seems surprising that Santa Fe becomes famous because ______.
A. it is only a very small place
B. it is between the mountains and desert
C. all the seats are sold out for every show
D. musicians there are from the best orchestras
67.From the passage， we can learn that ______.
A. the opera house is open without any roofs
B. musicians always spend vacations in Santa Fe
C. the government advertises to attract more musicians
D. performances are held in Santa Fe only after sunset
The China National Opera（CNO） will give a concert to celebrate its 50th birthday.
Different generations of CNO vocalists， like Li Guangxi， Yao Hong and Ma Mei， will present the concert which will feature both songs from famous Chinese operas like “The White-haired GM” and “The Hundredth Bride”， as well as， arias(抒情调) of such Western opera classics as “Madame Butterfly”， “La Traviata” and “Rigoletto”.
Time/date： 7： 30 pm， September 7，8
Location： Tianqiao Theatre
Tel： 6551-4787， 8315-6170
Tickets： 60-500 yuan （US＄7.2-60.2）
A concert will be held to feature some traditional Chinese music works.
The concert， given by the Folk Orchestra of the China Opera and Ballet Theatre， will include such pieces as “Memory of Childhood”， “Memorial Ceremony for God” and “Wine Song”.
Time/date： 7： 30 pm， September 13
Location： Concert Hall at the National Library of China
Tel： 6848-5462， 6841-9220
Tickets： 30-200 yuan （US＄3.6-24.1 ）
A concert of traditional Chinese music will be given on the eve of the Moon Festival which falls on September 21st this year.
The concert will feature a number of famous pieces centered on the theme of the moon， such as “Moonlight”， “Spring Night on a Moonlit River” and “Lofty Mountain and Flowing River.”
A number of established traditional Chinese music performers， like Zhou Yaokun and Fan Weiqing， will play solos as well as collaborate（合作） with the folk music orchestra.
Time/date： 7：30 pm， September 21st
Location： Grand Theatre of the Cultural Palace of Nationalities
Tel： 6606-8888， 6606-9999
Tickets： 40-220 yuan US＄4.8-27）
68.If you want to buy tickets for listening to the music “Memory of Childhood”， you will dial ______.
A. 6551-4787 B. 6848-5462 C. 8315-6170 D. 6606-9999
69.Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Li Guangxi， Yao Hong and Ma Mei stand for the same generation of CNO vocalists.
B. “Rigoletto” is a famous piece on the theme of the moon.
C. “Lofty Mountain and Flowing River” is a traditional Chinese music.
D. Zhou Yaokun will play solos and Fan Weiqing will collaborate with the
folk music orchestra.
70.“Madame Butterfly” is ______.
A. a Chinese opera B. a Western opera
C. a piece of music D. a song
71.In which column of a newspaper will the article be published?
A. Entertainment. B. People.
C. Culture. D. Sports.
In Britain today， is it possible to tell a person’s class just by looking at him? Physical details alone tell us about health， diet and type of work done. A hundred years ago the working class very often looked unhealthy， small and were either too thin or too fat. The upper classes were often tall， sporting types who were used to a good diet and looked healthy. Today living and working conditions have improved， and such descriptions would no longer be so true. People are taller now than a hundred years ago. Everyone in Britain today is able to have free medicine， a good diet， acceptable working conditions and enough rest and leisure.
The clothes people choose to wear， however， do provide information about their backgrounds. Expensive clothes look expensive and show their wearer is rich. Clothes can provide other clues(线索) as well. The upper classes appear to be less interested in fashion and wear good quality clothes in non-bright colors， made of natural material like wool， leather or cotton. Lower working class people often choose clothes in bright colors， made of man-made material. A sociological(社会学的) explanation for this would be that color and interest are missing from their lives， and therefore any opportunity to introduce this is taken.
Clothes are available at a price within most people’s reach. New clothes make the wearer feel good， and show some degree of wealth to the outside world. Today it is the younger people who spend most money on clothes. Fashion is no longer for the upper classes and the rich. Young people from all social classes spend a lot of money on clothes. Some new fashions are started by the lower working class people who want to look different and feel important. They want people to look at them.
72.In the past， one’s appearance could NOT tell us about his ______.
A. health B. diet
C. occupation D. habit
73.The clothes people choose to wear can tell us about their ______.
A. education B. richness
C. backgrounds D. hobby
74.The lower working class people start the new fashion because ______.
A. they want to draw the attention of other people
B. they want to look different and healthy
C. they want to show their wealth
D. they want to show their taste
75.Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. Expensive clothes look expensive and show the wearer is rich.
B. The lower working class people prefer clothes in bright colors because they lack colors in their lives.
C. Today， it is still the upper class people who spend most money on clothes.
D. Today， fashion is no longer for the upper classes and the rich.
The postman usually put the newspaper at the door. 76. ________
One morning when I opened the door to get the newspaper 77. ________
and was so surprising to see a strange little dog with our 78. ________
paper in his mouth. So pleased with this unexpected 79. ________
“delivery service”， I fed him of with some bread and meat. 80. ________
The following morning I was frightened to see same 81. ________
dog sit in front of our door， wagging（摇动） his tail， 82. ________
with eight newspaper around him. It was surprising that 83. ________
a dog could learn so quick. But I had to spend the rest of 84. ________
that morning returned the papers to their owners. 85. ________
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