Book3 Module 3 单元测试题（外研版）
Class: 1. —Is the toy made of —Yes, and it is filled with A. /; the A. There A. Otherwise — Just leave it A. even if A. put out C. was put out 6. — What’s the m
atter? — Bob knocked over the red wine, A. ruined 7. “What a face. A. terrifying; terrified B. terrifying; terrifying C. terrified; terrified D. terrified; terrifying 8. Don’t throw the cigarette ends about, as you know, the dry grass A. sets A. ended up A. such many 11. Nothing B. makes B. picked up B. so many C. catches C. gone up C. such much B. left; was caused D. had been left; was caused . C. above all C. alike D. in all in exercise and keeping fit. D. alone D. lights by the wind and whirled into the air. D. kept up D. so much by the old man smoking in bed. 9. Looking out of the window, I saw the leaves 10. There is no need to buy fire quite easily. B. to ruin the table cloth. C. having ruined D. ruining look on her B. a; a B. It Name: fur? feather. C. /; a C. That D. /; / is no possibility of rain or snow today. D. As , we’ll reach our destination before dark. D. However Marks: 满分（120） 一、语法和词汇知识 (共15小题；每小题1分，满分15分)
2. We can see the blue sky and the shining sun. 3. We have covered half the distance so far. 4. — Whose money is this? it is. It doesn’t belong to us. B. which C. where
B. Unfortunately C. Hopefully
D. so that by the inhabitants.
5. By the time the fire-engine arrived, the fire B. had been put out D. had put out
experience!” a woman saved from the train said with a
furniture. Look, we can hardly move in this small room.
after the terrible fire which
A. was left; had been caused C. had left; had been caused A. after all A. awake B. at all B. active
12. Mr. Smith usually praises his daughter Rose in public, which she doesn’t like 13. Parents should set a good example to their children by being
14. We should do everything that we can to stop such a silly mistake A. occurring C. to be occurred B. to occur D. being occurred .
again in future.
15. — Has the homework been finished? — Our teacher asked you B. if the work had been finished C. the homework has been finished D. the work had been finished 二、完形填空（共20小题；每小题1分，满分20分） I have a friend named Monty Roberts who owns a horse ranch (大牧场). The last time I was there he told me a story about 16 . 17 . When he was a senior, he was 19 . 21 a large horse ranch 18 to He was the son of a horse trainer who would go from ranch to ranch, training horses. As a result, the boy’s high school career was continually He wrote a seven-page and handed it to his large red F with a note 20 write a paper about what he wanted to be and do when he A. whether had the work been finished
describing his goal of someday
22 . Two days later he received his paper back. On the front page was a 23 , “See me after class.” did I receive an F?”
Monty went to see the teacher and asked, “ 24 no way you can ever do it. If you grade.” The boy went home and thought about it do. His father said, “Look, son, you have to very important “The 31 28 26 27 25
The teacher said, “This is an unrealistic (不可实现的) dream for a young boy like you. There is this paper with a more realistic goal I will reconsider your and hard. He asked his father what he should your own mind on this. However, I think it is a 29 30 .” 32
for you.” Finally, after sitting with it for a week, the boy turned in the
paper. He stated, “You can keep the F and I’ll keep my
part of the story is that two summers ago the same schoolteacher brought 30 kids 33 of a dream stealer.
to camp out on my ranch for a week.” Monty went on with the story, “When the teacher was he said, ‘Monty, I can tell you this now. When I was your teacher, I was During those years I stole a lot of kids’ dreams. yours.’” “Don’t let anyone added. 16. A. himself 17. A. made 18. A. given 19. A. grew up B. myself B. interrupted B. agreed B. brought up C. his father C. completed C. asked C. got up D. his teacher D. begun D. taught D. went up 35 34
you had enough courage not to give up on
your dreams. Follow your dream, no matter what happens,” Monty
20. A. story 21. A. selling 22. A. teacher 23. A. writing 24. A. When 25. A. reread 26. A. soon 27. A. take up 28. A. grade 29. A. rewritten 30. A. dream 31. A. bad 32. A. coming 33. A. thing 34. A. Happily 35. A. realize
B. paper B. handing B. father B. reading B. Why B. repeat B. wide B. keep up B. decision B. good B. word B. best B. laughing B. anything B. Luckily B. share
C. information C. buying C. classmate C. speaking C. Where C. rewrite C. long C. give up C. choice C. same C. promise C. worst C. looking C. nothing C. Sadly C. steal
D. newspaper D. owing D. companion D. showing D. What D. retell D. enough D. make up D. composition D. printed D. impression D. most D. leaving D. something D. Easily D. keep
三、阅读理解（共20小题；每小题2分，满分40分） A For most people in the Northern Hemisphere, fall means raking ( 耙 ) leaves, cooler temperatures and much shorter days. Hawaii, however, skips fall. With only two true seasons, summer and winter, Maui is the perfect fall getaway destination. Family is incredibly important to the Hawaiian people, and they are wonderfully welcoming and hospitable. There are many wonderful festivals and events that allow us to experience the Hawaiian culture through food, dance and music. September brings the Maui county fair, celebrating Hawaiian culture past and present, with wonderful family entertainment and attractions. This four-day event is a great way to meet the locals and experience Hawaii from their viewpoint. The Aloha Festivals also take place during September and October. Each week a different Island hosts this celebration of Hawaiian culture. It is a great opportunity to learn about Hawaii now and in the past. There is no better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than dining outside, under a blanket of twinkling stars. In Maui there is so much to be thankful for. A Thanksgiving Luau (夏威夷式宴会) adds great fun to your family’s celebration. Thanksgiving is the time when families come together and celebrate all that they are thankful for. Maui provides the perfect location and background. With such natural beauty and splendor (壮观) it is a world away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. It is the perfect place and time to relax and enjoy life with those who mean the most to you.
36. We learn from the first paragraph that A. Hawaii is in the Northern Hemisphere B. the fall season is very short in Hawaii C. there are four seasons in Maui D. there is no fall season in Hawaii
37. The Maui county fair is a four-day event on which people can A. buy the necessary things for everyday life C. learn about the views of the Hawaiian people D. only learn about the history of Hawaii 38. People in Hawaii usually have Luau on A. the Maui county fair C. Christmas Day .
B. experience Hawaiian culture
B. the Aloha Festivals D. Thanksgiving Day .
39. The main purpose of the passage is to tell us A. how many seasons Hawaii has B. Maui is the perfect fall getaway destination C. the culture and customs in Hawaii D. how we should go to Maui for a holiday
40. The underlined part “hustle and bustle” in the last paragraph probably refers to A. a busy and noisy state C. a heavy burden B. great convenience D. trouble or danger B
About 1450, European scholars (学者) became more interested in studying the world around them. Their art became more true to life. They began to explore new lands. The new age in Europe was eventually called “the Renaissance”. The Renaissance is a French word that means “rebirth”. Historians consider the Renaissance to be the beginning of modern history. The Renaissance began in Northern Italy and then spread through Europe. Italian cities such as Naples, Genoa, and Venice became centers of trade between Europe and the Middle East. Arab scholars preserved the writings of the ancient Greeks in their libraries. When the Italian cities traded with the Arabs, ideas were exchanged along with goods. These ideas, preserved from the ancient past, served as the basis of the Renaissance. The Renaissance was much more than simply studying the work of ancient scholars. It influenced painting, sculpture, and architecture. Paintings became more realistic and focused less often on religious topics. Artists advanced the Renaissance style of showing nature and describing the feelings of people. In Britain, there was a flowering in literature and drama (戏剧) that included the plays of William Shakespeare. Many Renaissance scholars looked to the past for inspiration. They studied the classics — the works of the ancient Greeks and Romans. Today we refer to the study of literature, philosophy and
art as the humanities (人文学科). Humanists believed that by studying the classics, they could understand people and the world better. The humanists emphasized the importance of human values instead of religious beliefs. The civilizations of Greece and Rome ended long ago, but they continue to influence us today. 41. The Renaissance first started in A. Italy B. Europe . C. the Middle East D. Greece .
42. We can infer from the second paragraph that
A. the writings of the ancient Greeks were only kept in Greece B. Arab scholars didn’t value the writings of the ancient Greeks C. the Middle East was not influenced by the Renaissance D. Arab scholars contributed to the beginning of the Renaissance 43. Before the Renaissance, the theme of paintings was A. nature B. people C. reality . D. religion
44. What do we know about William Shakespeare’s plays? A. They were not focused on people’s feelings. B. They were greatly influenced by the Renaissance. C. They were not true to life. D. They were full of religious ideas. 45. Humanists studied the classics in order to A. improve their own works C. understand people and the world better . B. question the religious beliefs D. carry on the spirit of ancient Greece C For the first time, a link has been shown between climate change and the timing of a natural event — the appearance of the common brown butterfly. Although there have been strong connections between climate warming and changes in the timing of events such as birds traveling from one place to another and flowering, it has been hard to show a cause-and-effect link. This is what Michael Kearney and Natalie Briscoe of the University of Melbourne, Australia, have now done. The researchers examined temperature (温度) changes in Melbourne (where the butterfly is common) and the recorded observations of the first brown butterfly to be seen in spring since the 1940s. With each of the past ten years, the butterflies appeared 1.6 days earlier and Melbourne heated by 0.14 ℃. On the whole, the butterfly now appears on average 10.4 days before it did in the 1940s. They were confident in such a relationship for two reasons. First, they placed eggs of the butterfly in special boxes where temperature could be controlled and found that each larval stage (幼虫期) had a different reaction to warmer-than-normal conditions. The egg, which is laid in late summer, and the first larval stage do well at high temperatures. The second to the fifth stages
occurring in winter can’t survive high temperatures. The knock-on effect is that the larval pupated (化蛹) earlier and the butterfly comes out sooner. Second, they made a mathematical model linking these effects of temperature on development with climate data. The model closely matched the observed changes in butterfly appearance date. The researchers used several climate models to find out what was likely to have caused the rise in Melbourne’s temperature, and ruled out the possibility that natural weather events could explain the warming. 46. What is the text mainly talking about? A. An introduction to a natural event in Melbourne. B. A discussion of the effects of temperature rises. C. A study on climate change and animal behaviors. D. A science report about butterflies’ living habits. 47. What is the relationship between the rise in temperature and the butterfly appearance? A. They are linked in a complex way. B. They are related in a cause-and-effect way. C. They have direct relationship with each other. D. They have no connection with each other. 48. The researchers were confident about their finding because A. they had used the most advanced equipment in the world B. their finding got support from the recorded observations C. the result of their study is based on several experiments D. their experiment proved their previous guessing 49. The underlined part “The knock-on effect” in Paragraph 4 means A. the effect caused by the thing that happened before B. the effect of things that happen at the same time C. the effect of one thing directly causing the other D. the effect of one thing indirectly causing the other 50. What can be inferred from the text? A. The exact reason for Melbourne’s temperature rise is still unknown. B. Climate models cannot exactly show climate change in history. C. The timing of the butterfly appearance will be earlier with increased warming. D. The rise in temperature decides the possibility of natural weather events. D Natural disasters are nature’s anger, which can upset even the most developed countries and make them into ruins. There is nothing we can do to stop such disasters happening. In that case it is quite possible that we are all short of electricity, water, food, etc. The basic necessities to be stored for times of disasters are explained below. . .
Drinking water is a must for any human to survive. It has to be stored based on the number of people in the household. A normal human would consume a gallon of water a day. Food is an important requirement. Especially in times of disasters, our bodies would be weak. Rich food is very important in such times of danger. Food like dry fruits would be ideal as they last long and give us energy. A First Aid Kit and basic medicines are a must and do remember to store some of them. Certain basic things such as scissors and soaps would be handy. It is a good idea to have a radio to be updated with the ongoing news. An Earthquake Preparedness Kit would be of great help in fighting against an earthquake in the places where earthquakes take place very often. However, this can happen anywhere in the world so it is a must and should be well equipped in advance. There are wind storms that can leave behind a trail of destruction. The US has suffered from many tornadoes. Taking steps in advance to handle such unforeseen circumstances (情况) is a must. It is a good idea to plan an ideal place which would be helpful in protecting you and your family from the storm. Floods and other natural disasters probably happen unexpectedly someday, so we need to make preparations for them. Do take steps in advance. Being well prepared is the only way that would help us recover from such disasters. 51. From the first paragraph we can learn that natural disasters A. can’t be prevented by man C. can take place more often A. Meat and fish. C. Cakes and bread. 53. What is the main reason why a radio is needed? A. It is easy for you to carry one. C. It is very cheap and common. A. Staying outside of your house with your family. B. Planning a safe place for all your family to stay at. C. Storing enough water for you and your family. D. Preparing an Earthquake Preparedness Kit earlier. 55. In this passage the author mainly tells readers to B. keep calm in the circumstances of natural disasters C. prepare necessities for natural disasters ahead of time D. take steps to reduce the damage of natural disasters 四、书面表达 (共两节, 满分 45 分) 第一节 阅读表达（共5小题；每小题3分，满分15分） . A. fight against natural disasters with their family bravely B. It plays music to make you relax. D. It lets you know the latest news. . B. can be controlled by humans D. will ruin the earth someday B. Some dry fruit. D. Apples and pears.
52. Which kind of food is most suitable for storing according to the author?
54. What is the good way to deal with tornadoes according to the author?
Scientists are continuing to look for better ways to fight against malaria (疟疾) which can spread very fast by mosquitoes. It is reported that every year about a million people die of malaria, most of whom are in Africa, causing great economic losses at the same time. George is a professor at the Johns Hopkins Malaria Research Institute. He says forty-two percent of the earth’s population is now at the risk of suffering from malaria. It is known that the majority of people that are killed by malaria are children because their bodies are not strong enough to ward off the infection of the disease. Recently the researchers have developed a way to make genetic changes in mosquitoes which are known to spread malaria. The changes cause their systems to kill the germs (病菌) of malaria instead of spreading them. Meanwhile, scientists are working hard to develop new drugs to deal with malaria. Now a new vaccine (疫苗) is in final testing. So far it has proved effective at preventing the disease from spreading. Today most people are fighting against malaria by using insecticides (杀虫 剂) to kill mosquitoes. However, this method may cause pollution to the environment. And George says malaria needs to be attacked with drugs, with vaccines, with bed nets—with whatever researchers can find. No single method can control this disease. Professor George says there is still a long way to go. Anyway, we are making progress in our fighting against this terrible disease. 56. What is the best title of the passage? (No more than 8 words) 57. What are the bad effects caused by malaria every year according to the passage? (No more than 8 words) 58. The underlined phrase in Paragraph 2 can be replaced by ____. (No more than 2 words) 59. How should people fight against malaria according to George? (No more than 6 words) 60. Which way mentioned in the passage is the best one to deal with malaria in your opinion? Why? (No more than 30 words) 第二节 写作（满分30分） 假设你是李华，你校邀请专家进行了一次关于自然灾害的知识讲座。 请根据以下信息写一 篇英文报道，并谈谈自己的观点。 1. 时间：2012年3月5日 2. 主要内容： (1) 介绍常见的自然灾害； (2)普及防灾和自救知识。 要求: 1. 词数100—120； 2. 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。
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56. Looking for new ways to fight malaria 57. Many deaths and terrible economic losses. 59. Using whatever is useful. / Using whatever researchers can find. 60. Making genetic changes in the mosquitoes. Because many people live in areas where many mosquitoes exist and this way can prevent the mosquitoes spreading the disease very effectively. One possible version: On March 5th, 2012, we were given a lecture on natural disasters at school. In the lecture, the experts introduced some natural disasters that occurred in our country such as earthquakes and floods. They also taught us how to be prepared for different disasters and prevent disaster damage. Many pictures of natural disasters were shown in order to make us get a better understanding of what we had been taught. Finally, they showed us how to reduce personal injury when a natural disaster happened. The lecture really offered us a good chance to increase our knowledge of natural disasters and the basic survival skills, which will be very useful in case of a disaster.