Unit1 Cultural Relics 单元同步测试
I. 选择填空
  1. When the rescue workers arrived, they were sad to see what of the relics after the big fire. . A. was remained
  2. B. remained C. was made D. made
If you want to do well in a examination, you had better get yourself into your best just before it. A. condition B. state C. situation D. position

  3. Just have little patience. We will the case as soon as we have time. A. look for
  4. B. look into C. look up D. look at
I have never fancied such a house with such a beautiful garden. A. to have B. having C. to belong to D. belonging to

  5.
When the people in the area heard the news that a rare vase which was used by an emperor during the Ming Dynasty was buried somewhere near their homes, they all went out it. A. to search B. to look at C. in search for D. in search of

  6.
Water can be turned into gases if temperature high enough. A. is risen B. rises C. is heated D. is raised

  7.
What else would you like to add what you have already said? A. besides B. except C. except for D. beside

  8.
The stadium is so that once it is begun, nothing can be changed. A. planned B. made C. designed D. produced

  9.
You can’t imagine the trouble we had the drowning child. A. to save B. saving C. saved D. save

  10.
If you want to be a creative writer, you have to form your own of writing. A. manners B. style C. type D. ability

  11. Thank you for me of the meeting which I would otherwise have forgotten. A. remembering B. telling C. reminding D. recalling

  12. The foreign guests gave us some jewels like precious stones, gold rings and so on as gifts, but we didn’t know what to give them . A. in turn B. in return C. in reward D. in honor

  13. The student you considered hardest failed to pass the important examination. A. to have studied B. having studied
  14. C. to study D. studying
It is said that if a mirror is broken for no reasons, bad luck is likely to strike, but I really it. A. doubt B. believe C. think D. support

  15.
It is really a wonder that fell down from a ten-storey building to the ground without getting the least damage. A. your furnitures C. those pieces of your furnitures B. that piece of your furniture D. your that furniture

  16. The lazy bone pretended earnestly when his father came into his study to see what he was doing. A. studying
  17. B. to study C. to be studying D. to have studied
More evidence is needed that your maid your money when you were away on business. A. proving; stole B. to prove; has stolen C. to be proved; has stolen D. to prove; stole

  18. What seems a treasure to you may a useless thing others. A. be proved; to B. prove; for C. be proved; for D. prove; to

  19. When the sailors went into the old castle with candles on the lonely island, they were surprised to find its walls with beautiful paintings of different times. A. lighted; covering C. lit; covered C. lighted; covered D. lit; covering

  20. Anything public interests has to be decided the opinion of the majority. A. which concerns; in
  21. C. that concerns about; in C. concerns; in D. concerning; in
Most politicians are not in that country. Which of the following is not OK? A. well thought of B. highly thought of C. thought of well D. much thought of

  22. Do you think it possible to a human being apart, e-transmit it to somewhere and then reconstruct it? A. tell B. take C. put D. tear

  23. People with different personalities have different learning styles. Some learn best by and error; some learn best by listening and seeing. A. doing B. trial C. try D. testing

  24. The two countries are on good terms now. It is five years since they war. A. went into B. were at C. were in D. started

  25. no doubt that someone the wooden box containing the most precious treasures from the carrier under the cover of darkness. A. It is; removed B. There is; removed C. It is; moved D. there is; moved
II. 完形填空 The Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China is the longest wall in the world. It 26 mountains, 28 valleys and finally 29 the sea. from west to east, 2 7
The Great Wall has a history of over two
30 years. People began to
31 the wall 32 the
spring and Autumn Period in Chinese history. In about 221 BC Qin Shihuang had all the walls 33 . 34 ,the Great Wall came to the world. The Great Wall is 35 6,000 kilometers long,
6-7 meters high and 4-5 meters wide. In most places it is 36 men to walk 37 along the top. It was very 38 to build
enough for five horses or ten 40 .
39 a great wall in the old
Thousand of men millions of 42 .
41 when they built it. The Great Wall was made not only of stones, but
Today, the Great Wall has become a place 43 also to people all over the world. 44
interest not only to the Chinese but 45
the Egyptians feel proud of their pyramids,
Chinese people also feel proud of our Great Wall.
  26. A. comes
  27. A. through
  28. A. and
  29. A. gets
  30. A. thousand
  31. A. create
  32. A. between
  33. A. made up B. goes B. along B. from B. comes B. million B. design B. at B. joined up C. lies C. over C. to C. reaches C. hundred C. form C. in C. sent up D. stands D. across D. through D. arrives D. billion D. build D. on D. put up D. After then D. more than D. tall D. step by step D. bad D. such D. enemies D. gone D. living D. about D. Such D. ours

  34. A. Since then on B. Now and then C. From then on
  35. A. no more than B. not more than
  36. A. wide
  37. A. one by one
  38. A. easy
  39. A. like
  40. A. times
  41. A. killed
  42. A. life
  43. A. of
  44. A. Just as
  45. A. us B. long B. day by day B. difficult B. look B. history B. died B. live B. with B. As if B. we C. less than C. high C. side by side C. good C. so C. countries C. murdered C. lives C. for C. Look like C. our
III. 阅读理解: A In cities across the United States, old factories, schools, railroad stations and other buildings are being renovated(翻新)for new uses. City planners and private inventors are finding that good
buildings, no matter how old , can be remodeled for new purposes. “If you’d asked someone four or five years ago whether he’d rent an apartment in an abandoned piano factory or clothing warehouse(大商店), he’d have thought you were crazy,,” says a New York architect. “Today, many people are eager to do it.” Only a few decades ago, renovation was unpopular and generally far more expensive than taking down abandoned9(抛弃) buildings and starting from the beginning. A change began in the 1990s with a number of well-advertised projects. They included Chirardelli Square in San Francisco, where an old chocolate factory was renovated and made into shops and restaurants, Trolley Square in Salt Lake City, where an abandoned car warehouse became a shopping centre. What caused the change? “ One reason is nostalgia(怀旧),” a san Francisco builder suggests. “Maybe old is better than new, many people are saying. Feelings about preserving attractive or historic buildings have changed a great deal.” A second cause is economy. The cost of tearing down an old building and constructing a new one from nothing now has risen to the point where it is often less expensive to fix a solid older structure. Even when the costs of renovation are the same as or a bit more than the costs of putting up a new building, fixing the old building may be better. Gradually, architects and builders are developing knowledge about renovation and preservation, bringing imagination and creativity to the job.
  46. In the United States, renovating old creativity to the job. A. has a long history B. is a new trend C. is still unpopular D. is out of date

  47. What’s the purpose of this passage? A. Call on people to renovate old buildings B. Report a change?renovation in America C. Encourage people to make use of old building D. Introduce a new method of renovating old buildings
  48. Why did the passage mention Ghirardelli Square and Trolley Square? A. To introduce us some successful building renovations. B. To make them known to the public. C. To discuss whether they were worth restoring. D. To tell us any old buildings can be renovated.
  49. Renovating old buildings in the US needs architects who . A. are skilled at tearing down old buildings C. have rich imagination and creativity B. are good at designing a new building D. have nostalgia of the city

  50. From the passage we can learn that. A. building renovation is a better choice even if it costs more than building a new one
B. renovating a building is surely cheaper than putting up a new one C. the main reason for building renovation is for economic purpose D. there will be less new buildings in the world B Disposing(处理) of waste has been a problem since humans started producing it. As more and more people choose to live close together in cities, the waste-disposal problem becomes increasingly difficult. During the eighteenth century, it was usual for several neighboring towns to get together to select a faraway spot as a dump site. Residents or trash haulers(垃圾托运者) would transport household rubbish, rotted wood, and old possessions to the site. Periodically(定期的) some of the trash was burned and the rest was buried. The unpleasant sights and smells caused no problem because nobody lived close by. Factories, mills, and other industrial sites also had waste to be disposed of. Those located on rivers often just dumped the unwanted remains into the water. Others built huge burners with chimneys to deal with the problem. Several facts make these choices unacceptable to modern society. The first problem is space. Dumps, which are now called landfills, are most needed in heavily populated areas. Such areas rarely have empty land suitable for this purpose. Property is either too expensive or too close to residential neighborhoods. Long-distance trash hauling(垃圾托运) has been a common practice, but once farm areas are refusing to accept rubbish from elsewhere. Cheap land within trucking distance of major city area is almost nonexistent. Awareness of pollution dangers has resulted in more strict rules of waste disposal. Pollution of rivers, ground water, land and air is a price people can no longer pay to get rid of waste. The amount of waste, however, continues to grow. Recycling efforts have become commonplace, and many towns require their people to take part. Even the most efficient recycling programs, however, can hope to deal with only about 50 percent of a city’s reusable waste.
  51. The most suitable title for this passage would be . A. places for Disposing Waste C. Ways of Getting Rid of Waste B. Waste Pollution Dangers D. Waste Disposal Problem

  52. During the 18 th century, people disposed their waste in many ways EXCEPT for . A. burying it B. recycling it C. burning it D. throwing it into rivers

  53. What can be inferred from the fourth paragraph? A. Farm areas accept waste from the city in modern society. B. There is a cheap land to bury waste in modern society.
C. It is difficult to find space to bury waste in modern society D. Ways to deal with waste in modern society stay the same.
  54. The main purpose of writing this article is to . A. draw people’s attention to waste management B. warn people of the pollution dangers we are facing C. call on people to take part in recycling programs D .tell people a better way to get rid of the waste C Leadership is the art of getting someone to do something you want done because he wants to do it. People naturally want to follow a good leader. After meeting with an effective leader it is not unusual to feel uplifted(情绪高涨), inspired, and motivated to work towards a common goal. An effective leader makes others feel good about themselves, as well as the work they are doing. The leader has a vision(幻想)of what he or she wants to achieve, and can communicate that vision to others in a way that makes people want to be part of it. One thing a good leader typically does is to communicate the big picture, so that each employee can see how the particular role he or she plays makes a contribution to the final result. Good leaders are positive and optimistic when they speak about the future. Their enthusiasm wins them plenty of supporters who help make their vision a reality. Good leaders also understand that different people are motivated by different things. For employees motivated by a need for achievement, a leader explains how the task offers an opportunity to take on a challenge with an achievable goal. And employees are motivated by hearing how they will be part of a team of people working together. Good leaders will introduce employees by name first, rather than job titles. They refer to employees as team members, companions, or colleagues, never as “servants”. Words have power, including the power to make people feel whether or not they are important to the success of an organization. Good leaders believe that every team member matters and set up environments that make everyone feel important. It is no wonder they can attract the support they need to help them achieve their goals.
  55. What’s the author’s purpose of writing this passage? A. To tell us how to be a good leader at work. B. To describe the proper relationship between leaders and employees. C. To inform us of how leaders a
 

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