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【师说】2017届高考英语一轮复习 Module 1 Small Talk课时作业 外研版选修6

Module 1

Small Talk

一、单元扣点 Ⅰ.根据句意,用所给单词或短语的适当形式填空 come up appeal to investigate target apologise imagine obligation




1.I ________ to my teacher for my being late. 2.She performed very well in the speech contest and was awarded first ________. 3.Many people go to big cities for the ________ of making more money. 4.The government must pay for health care of war veterans—it's an ________ we owe to them. 5.They only need one more salesman, but they have received over ten ________ for the job. 6.It's hard to ________ his living alone in the cave for so many years. 7.The government is ________ everyone to save water. 8.In the new year, the government will ________ the economic increase. 9.My car was stolen last week; the police ________. 10.It ________ at the end of the meeting whether we will have an examination next month. 答 案 1.apologised 2.prize 3.opportunities 4.obligation 5.applications 6.imagine 7.appealing to 9.are investigating 10.came up Ⅱ.翻译或完成句子 1.我们要听懂他们的话并不费力,你本不必翻译给我们的。 We __________________________ what they said. You ____________________ it to us. 答案 had no difficulty understanding; needn't have translated 2.亚当和马克斯几乎不知道该说些什么,他们没有什么共同之处。(have... in common) 答案 Adam and Marx hardly knew what to talk about; they had so little in common. 3.One of her acquaintances, a salesman in the firm, was going through a very messy divorce and was very depressed. 答案 和她在同一家公司做推销员的一个熟人正陷入离婚窘境且为此非常沮丧。 4.Imagine a situation where two strangers are talking to each other after someone they both know has left the room, or the café or party, etc. 答案 设想这样一种情景,在咖啡馆或聚会等场合,双方都认识的人离开了房间,两个陌生 人开始交谈。 5.Have you ________(回答,答复) his question? 答案 replied to 二、阅读理解 (2015·湖北卷) “I see you've got a bit of water on your coat,” said the man at the petrol station. “Is it raining out there?” “No, it's pretty nice, ” I replied, checking my sleeve. “Oh,right. A pony (马驹) bit me earlier.” As it happened, the bite was virtually painless: more the kind of small bite you might get from a naughty child. The pony responsible was queuing up for some ice cream in the car park near Haytor,and perhaps thought I'd jumped in ahead of him. The reason why the ponies here are naughty is that Haytor is a tourist?heavy area and tourists are constantly feeling the ponies foods,despite signs asking them not to. By feeding the ponies,tourists increase the risk of them getting hit by a car, and make them harder to gather during the area's annual pony drift (迁移).

The purpose of a pony drift is to gather them up so their health can be checked, the baby ones can be stopped from feeding on their mothers' milk,and those who've gone beyond their limited area can be returned to their correct area. Some of them are also later sold,in order to limit the number of ponies according to the rules set by Natural England. Three weeks ago, I witnessed a small near?disaster a few miles west of here. While walking, I noticed a pony roll over on his back. “Hello!” I said to him, assuming he was just rolling for fun, but he was very still and, as I got closer, I saw him kicking his legs in the air and breathing heavily. I began to properly worry about him. Fortunately, I managed to get in touch with a Dartmoor's Livestock Protection officer and send her a photo. The officer immediately sent a local farmer out to check on the pony. The pony had actually been trapped between two rocks. The farmer freed him, and he began to run happily around again. Dartmoor has 1,000 or so ponies, who play a critical role in creating the diversity of species in this area. Many people are working hard to preserve these ponies, and trying to come up with plans to find a sustainable (可持续的) future for one of Dartmoor's most financially?troubled elements. 语篇解读 本文介绍了英国达特穆尔草原的马驹保护项目。 1.Why are tourists asked not to feed the ponies? A. To protect the tourists from being bitten. B. To keep the ponies off the petrol station. C. To avoid putting the ponies in danger. D. To prevent the ponies from fighting. 答案与解析 C 考查细节理解。根据第三段中的“By feeding the ponies, tourists increase the risk of them getting hit by a car, and make them harder to gather” 可知,不让游客喂马驹是为了保护这里的马驹免遭危险。故选 C。 2.One of the purposes of the annual pony drift is ________. A. to feed baby ponies on milk B. to control the number of ponies C. to expand the habitat for ponies D. to sell the ponies at a good price 答案与解析 B 考查细节理解。第四段提到每年一度的马驹迁移的目的:把马驹聚集在一 起, 检查马驹的健康状况; 让小马驹不再吃母乳; 跑出限制区域的马驹能够返回正确的区域; 把有些马驹卖掉,以按照 Natural England 的规定限制马驹的数量。四个选项中只有 B 项是 马驹迁移的目的之一。 3.What was the author's first reaction when he saw a pony roll on its back? A. He freed it from the trap. B. He called a protection officer. C. He worried about it very much. D. He thought of it as being naughty. 答案与解析 D 考查细节理解。根据第五段的内容,当作者看到这头马驹在地上打滚的时 候,他以为它只是为了嬉戏,后来才开始为它担心,并且打电话联系相关的官员,因此选 D。 4.What does the author imply about the preservation of Dartmoor's ponies? A. It lacks people's involvement. B. It costs a large amount of money. C. It will affect tourism in Dartmoor. D. It has caused an imbalance of species. 答案与解析 B 考查推理判断。根据最后一段中的“Many people are working of Dartmoor's most financially?troubled elements”可以判断,很多人都在努力保护这 些马驹, 帮忙想办法为达特穆尔的这个被金融所困扰的项目寻找可持续发展的未来。 由此可 推知,该保护项目缺少资金,保护这里的马驹会花费很多钱,因此选 B。

三、完形填空 (2016·黑龙江大庆质检) I believe different people have experienced different adolescence. I must admit I was still an angry __1__ in my first year of college. My __2__ was that my parents didn't please me at all. Our finances were __3__, so I chose to go to a(n) __4__ college and take a bus to classes every day. One day I had a(n) __5__ fight with my father. We both exploded into shouts. I __6__ out of the house and missed my bus to school. I rushed all the way to school. As I __7__ across the campus toward my class, I suddenly realized I didn't have the __8__ that was due: a thought card. My professor asked us to __9__ an index card with our names and the dates every Tuesday. __10__ what was on the rest of the card, we could write a thought, a question or something else. Now, outside the door, ten minutes later, I took an index card. __11__ to write something on it, I could only think about the __12__ I'd just had with my dad. I wrote “I am the son of an idiot!”, then __13__ into the room, and handed it to our professor. Next day, our professor __14__ the thought cards and I __15__ he wrote, “What does the ‘son of an idiot’ do with the rest of his life ? ” The professor's innocent?seeming question __16__ me to the issue: whose problem is it? __17__, my thinking began to shift. I realized that I had created a life __18__ I was not a central figure! The __19__ of growth wasn't easy or fast. __20__ later, from a struggling student, I became a successful student and then a successful teacher. 1.A. child B. adult C. adolescent D. student 2.A. temper B. anger C. mood D. pain 3.A. limited B. special C. practical D. fantastic 4.A. ordinary B. private C. local D. state 5.A. serious B. controversial C. unfriendly D. anxious 6.A. stormed B. wandered C. slipped D. stepped 7.A. leaped B. walked C. ran D. headed 8.A. duty B. assignment C. commitment D. material 9.A. take up B. put down C. hand out D. bring along 10.A. Due to B. Regardless of C. As for D. Thanks to 11.A. Concerned B. Desperate C. Excited D. Active 12.A. issue B. conversation C. dispute D. fight 13.A. poured B. entered C. dashed D. approached 14.A. gave back B. checked out

C. put away D. passed on 15.A. explored B. recognized C. discovered D. ignored 16.A. awoke B. forced C. scared D. adjusted 17.A. Slowly B. Rapidly C. Generally D. Swiftly 18.A. what B. in which C. which D. that 19.A. process B. progress C. period D. challenge 20.A. Weeks B. Terms C. Months D. Years 答案与解析 语篇解读 青春期的作者有一次与父亲发生冲突,在教授的“thought card”的启发 下,作者慢慢地走出了青春期叛逆的心境,最终走向了成功。 1.C “我”必须承认,大学一年级时“我”仍是一个愤青。adolescent“青少年”,文中 的第一句话已经给出了提示。 2.B 根据空格前的“I was still an angry __1__ in my first year of college”可知, “我”生气是因为“我”的父母让“我”不高兴。 3.A 由下文可知,“我”经常乘公交车上学,因此此处表示“我们家的经济不宽裕”,故 选 A 项。 4.C 我们家的经济条件不宽裕,因此“我”选择去上“当地的”一所大学,每天乘公交车 去上学。 ordinary 意为“普通的”; local 意为“当地的”; private 意为“私人的”; state 意为“政府的,州的”。 5.A 由后文中的“We both exploded into shouts”可知,“我与父亲发生了一次严重的 (serious)争吵”。故选 A 项。 6.A 由语境可知, “我”和父亲发生冲突之后, “气冲冲地走”出了屋子。 storm 意为“气 冲冲地走”;wander 意为“游荡,漫游,闲逛”;slip 意为“滑倒”;step 意为“迈步”。 7.C 由空格前的“I rushed all the way to school”可知,“我”跑(ran)着穿过校园去 教室。leap 意为“跳跃”;walk 意为“步行”;head 意为“朝(某个方向)行进”。 8.B 教授布置的任务是我们要在每周二带来自己的“thought card”,写上自己的姓名、 日期、想法、问题或者其他事情。assignment“任务”,符合语境,故选 B 项。 9.D 参见上题解析。take up 意为“开始从事,继续,占据”;put down 意为“镇压,放 下”;hand out 意为“分发”;bring along 意为“带上,带来”。 10.C 卡片上要写姓名,日期,至于余下的部分,可以写想法、问题或其他事情。 As for 意为“至于”;Thanks to 意为“幸亏,由于”;Regardless of 意为“不管,不顾”;Due to 意为“由于,归功于”。 11.B 作者刚与父亲发生冲突,又忘记带教授布置的作业,因此应是“很想,极其需要”在 上面写一些东西。故选 B。 12.D 由上文中的“One day I had a(n) __5__ fight with my father”可知,此处应选 D 项。 13.C 根据语境可知,此处应该是“冲进”教室,故选 C 项。dash 意为“猛冲,急奔”。 14.A 第二天,教授归还了我们的卡片。give back 意为“归还”;check out 意为“结账 离开”;put away 意为“将??收起”;pass on 意为“转交,递给”。 15.C 教授归还了卡片,“我”发现(discovered)教授写的话。故选 C 项。 16.A 教授看似平淡的问题“唤醒”(awoke)了“我”。 17.A 根据空格后的“my thinking began to shift”可知,作者的想法“慢慢地”改变了。 18.B 此处应该是“in which”引导的定语从句,在从句中作状语,先行词为“life”。 19.A 成长的“过程”既不容易,也不快。 20.D 由上文可知,成长过程时间长,而作者后来又成为一位成功的老师,故此处选 D 项。

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