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Module 2 Traffic Jam(评估卷)


Module 2 Traffic Jam 单元评估卷 (时间:120 分 满分:150 分) 第Ⅰ卷(选择题,共 105 分) 第一部分 听力 第一节(共 5 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 第二节(共 15 小题;每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分)

第二部分 英语知识运用(共两节,满分 35 分) 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每小

题 1 分,满分 15 分) 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 21.-Let's invite Li Dong to go with us, OK? -________The more, the happier. A. Why not? B. No way! C. So what? D. How come? 22. Mary and I took a taxi to go home from Jane's 33 birthday party last night and we shared the ________. A. money B. fare C. receipt D. fine 23.The bus got ________ in the snow and we had to walk the rest of the way. A. to be stuck B. stick C. stuck D. sticking 24.-How can I improve my spoken English? -I suggest you________ English every day. A. practice speaking B. to practice to speak C. will practice speaking D. practicing to speak 25.Will you drop in at my house this afternoon if ________? A . it is convenient for you B. you are convenient C. it is convenient of you D. you still be convenient 26.Smoking does great harm to our health. ________ is smoking allowed in public places. A. At no time B. In no time C. At all times D. All the time 27. It's the first time that the works of the paper cut ________ to the public. A. have displayed B. were displayed C. displayed D. have been displayed 28.-How did your mother react ________ the news? -She reacted by getting very angry. A. with B. to C. in D. of 29.-Is there any________ to the time that I stay here? -Yes, you must leave here before he comes back. A. number B. length C. limit D. matter 30.When you came, I was trying to find the ________ to the problem that we were short of seats for so many people. A. way B. solution C. step D. place 31.Two old men were playing chess in the park with trees ________ shade. A. providing B. provided C. to provide D. provide 32. The building ________, for which all the villagers collected money, is an animal lab.
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A. under construction B. sets up C. without destination D. puts up 33.We shouldn't ignore what happens ________ it is difficult for us to accept some facts. A. even if B. as if C. on condition that D. seeing that 34. Every ton of this recycled paper uses 90 liters of water in its ________. A. structure B. manufacture C. construction D. organization 35. He said he would ________me to Professor McRae as his postgraduate student. A. comment B. suggest C. command D. recommend 第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) Even though it was only October, my students were already whispering about Christmas plans. With each passing day everyone became more_______36______ waiting for the final school bell. Upon its_____37________everyone would run for their coats and go home, everyone except David. David was a small boy in ragged clothes. I had often______38_______what kind of home life David had, and what kind of mother could send her son to school dressed so_______39______for the cold winter months, without a coat, boots, or gloves. But something made David 40 . I can still remember he was always______41_______a smile and willing to help. He always _______42______ after school to straighten chairs and mop the floor. We never talked much. He _______43______ just simply smile and ask what else he could do, then thank me for letting him stay and slowly_______44______home. Weeks passed and the_______45______over the coming Christmas grew into restlessness until the last day of______46_______before the holiday break. I smiled in_____47________as the last of them hurried out the door. Turning around I saw David______48_______standing by my desk. “I have something for you,” he said and_______49______from behind his back a small box______50_______ it to me, he said anxiously, “Open it.” I took the box from him, thanked him and slowly unwrapped it. I lifted the lid and to my______51_______saw nothing. I looked at David's smiling face and back into the box and said, “The box is nice, David, but it's _______52_ _____.” “Oh, no, it isn't,” said David. “It’s full of love. My mum told me before she died that love was something you couldn't see or touch unless you know it's there.” Tears filled my eyes______53_______I looked at the proud dirty face that I had rarely given _______54______ to. After that Christmas, David and I became good friends and I never forgot the meaning_______55______ the little empty box set on my desk. 36.A.anxious B.courageous C.serious D.cautious 37.A.warning B.ringing C.calling D.yelling 38.A.scolded B.wondered C.realized D.learned 39.A.modestly B.naturally C.inaccurately D.inappropriately 40.A.popular B.upset C.special D.funny 41.A.expressing B.delivering C.wearing D.sharing 42.A.practised B.wandered C.studied D.stayed 43.A.would B.should C.might D.could 44.A.aim at B.turn to C.put off D.head for 45.A.argument B.excitement C.movement D.judgment 46.A.school B.year C.education D.program 47.A.relief B.return C.vain D.control
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48.A.weakly B.sadly C.quietly D.helplessly 49.A.searched B.found C.raised D.pulled 50.A.Holding B.Handing C.Sending D.Leaving 51.A.delight B.expectation C.appreciation D.surprise 52.A.cheap B.empty C.useless D.improper 53.A.as B.until C.because D.though 54.A.advice B.support C.attention D.command 55.A.from B.behind C.over D.towards 第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题,每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A For many years, environmental problems have been a major concern to people. Almost all things are related to the word “Green”, say, green buildings. A green building means not only the color of the paint. Also, it refers to environmentally friendly houses, factories and offices. Green bui lding means “reducing the impact of the building on the land”, Taryn Holowka of the US Green Building Council in Washington D.C. said. According to Holowka, buildings account for 65 percent of total US electricity use. But green buildings can reduce energy and water use. Also, the buildings are often located near public transportation such as buses and subways, so that people can drive their cars less. That could be good for the environment, because cars use lots of gas and give off pollution. Green buildings are often built on developed land, so that the buildings don't destroy forests. Marty Dettling is the project manager for a building that put these ideas into action. The Solaire has been called the country's first green high-rise building. According to Dettling, “We've reduced our energy use by one?third and our water by 50 percent.” The Solaire cuts energy in part by using solar power. “On the surface of the bu ilding we have solar panels(电池板)which change the sun's energy into electricity,” Dettling explained. The Solaire also has lights that automatically turn off when people leave the room. In addition, the building has lots of windows, allowing people to use the sun for light during the day. The Solaire cuts water by reusing it. Not everyone is eager to move into a green building, however. Some people think that things like solar panels cost more money than more traditional energy source. Anyhow, Holowka said, “It is going to take off.” 56.“A green building” most refers to a(n) _______________building according to the passage. A. not ripe or modern B. covering green color C. environmentally friendly D. fresh or new 57.All of the following are the reasons why green buildings are environmentally friendly EXCEPT that_______________. A. they can reduce energy and water use in many ways B. they are often built on an area of land which has already been used for buildings C. people can collect energy from sunlight to heat water and produce electricity D. they are equipped with lots of modern but cheaper equipment 58.According to the passage, green buildings don't usually stand on faraway and inconvenient areas because_______________. A. the places will cause a lot of trouble and inconvenience to construction work B. cars will give off more pollution and more forests will be destroyed C. the environment of the places is not better than that of big cities
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D. the places are poorly equipped and unfriendly 59.The main idea of the passage may be_______________. A. settling designed the first green building in the US B. energy shortage calls for buildings of new design C. the Solaire serves as a model of high buildings D. green buildings help save environment B It's impolite to spit out the first bite of your dinner. But to a type of Australian snake, this rude behavior is a matter of life and death. The snake, called a floodplain death adder(蝰蛇),eats two types of frogs that are hard to stomach. The frogs produce chemicals to defend them from predators(猎食者). One of these species, the Dahl's frog, can kill a snake that tries to eat it. The other species, the marbled frog, is less dangerous but still tough to eat. When attacked, it produces a glue like substance. Leaves and branches get caught up in this material, making a big sticky mess that gets in the way of anything trying to swallow it. A marbled frog can even get stuck on the head of an attacking snake. Both frogs have good defense methods. But the floodplain death adder knows how to get around each of them. Floodplain death adders quickly strike these frogs, using their poisonous teeth to inject poison. But then, instead of swallowing their dinner immediately, the snakes sit back and wait for their preys to become safe to eat. That’s because both the Dahl's frog's protective toxin(毒素) and the marbled frog's glue break down over time. After a while, the frog toxin is no longer poisonous and the glue is no longer sticky. The two substances break down at different rates, and floodplain death adders seem to know the difference. An adder waits for a different length of time depending on the species of frog it just struck. The stickiness of the marbled frog glue decreased by as much as twothirds after just 10 minutes. And that's just about how long an adder waits before eating a marbled frog. On the other hand, the snakes wait for about 40 minutes before eating a Dahl's frog. That’s enough time for the frog's toxin to break down into harmless substances. But even a quick strike gives a taste of the Dahl's frog's toxin. After striking such a frog, a floodplain death adder thrashes(翻腾) around and lies on its back with its mouth open. It’s like the snake has just had a mouthful of chili pepper. By comparison, when given frogs that have no chemical defenses, floodplain death adders eat their prey immediately after striking. Snakes, despi te the fact that they've got this tiny peasize brain are clearly capable of recognizing what kind of frog they've bitten. 60.What's the best title of the passage? _______________ A. A dangerous meal B.A snake-floodplain death adder C. Two types of frogs-Dahl's Frog and Marbled Frog D. The method of killing frogs 61. The underlined word “it” in the 3rd paragraph refers to the_______________. A. marbled frog B. Dahl's frog C. floodplain death adder D. glue 62.The glue produced by the marbled frog is used for_______________.
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A. sticking the snake's head B. making a safe place to live in C. preventing anything from trying to attack it D. killing an attacking snake 63. What's the floodplain death adder's method to make the frogs safe to eat ? A. They thrash around with their mouths open. B. They sit back and wait for their preys to become safe to eat. C. They inject poison on the preys and wait for the breaking down of their toxin and glue before eating them. D. They quickly strike these frogs. C One of the qualities that most people admire in others is the willingness to admit one's mistakes. It is extremely hard sometimes to say a simple thing like “I was wrong about that,” and it is even harder to say, “I was wrong, and you were right about that.” I had an experience recently with someone admitting to me that he had made a mistake fifteen years ago. He told me he had been the manager of a certain grocery store in the neighborhood where I grew up, and he asked me if I remembered the egg cartons. Then he related an incident and I began to remember clearly the incident he was describing. I was about eight years old at the time, and I had gone into the store with my mother to do the weekly grocery shopping. On that day, I must have found my way to the dairy food department wher e the incident took place. There must have been a special sale on eggs that day because there was an impressive display of eggs in dozen and halfdozen cartons. The cartons were stacked(堆放)three or four feet high. I must have stopped in front of a display to admire the stacks. Just then a woman came by pushing her grocery cart and knocked off the stacks of cartons. For some reason, I decided it was up to me to put the display back together, so I went to work. The manager heard the noise and came rushing over to see what had happened. When he appeared, I was on my knees examining some of the cartons to see if any of the eggs were broken, but to him it looked as though I was the criminal. He severely scolded me and wanted me to pay for any broken eggs. I protested my innocence and tried to explain, but it did no good. Even though I quickly forgot all about the incident, obviously the manager did not. 64.The author was _______________when he wrote this article. A. about 8 B. about 18 C. about 23 D. about 15 65.Who should have been blamed for knocking off the stacks of cartons? _______________ A. The author. B. The woman C. The manager. D.The author's mother. 66.When the manager scolded him, the author_______________. A. was frightened and cried B. felt the manage r was right C. did not say anything D. tried to explain 67.It can be inferred that the author _______________. A. regrets arguing with the manager for what he didn't do B. has forgiven the manager for what he did to him fifteen years ago C. would like to tell people never to be fooled by an egg sale D. expects the woman to say sorry to him for the mistake she made D Rachel Carson, a well-known nature author in America, was happiest writing about the strength
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and stability of natural systems. Her books mainly described the inter connectedness of nature and all living things. Completing Silent Spring took Carson four years. First published in The New Yorker in June 1962,the book alarmed readers across America. It described how DDT entered the food chain and accumulated (堆积) in the fatty tissues of animals, including human beings, and caused cancer and genetic damage. Carson begins by describing exactly these effects in the first chapter, creating strong images and drawing the readers in. As the book continues, she gives various examples of how insecticides(杀 虫剂) are not only unsuccessful, but actually very costly and damaging. She also explains about the biological controls which are less expensive and much more efficient. A single application on a crop, she wrote, killed insects for weeks and months, and not only the targeted insects but countless more, and remained poisonous in the environment even after it was washed out by rainwater. Carson concluded that DDT and other pesticides had definitely harmed birds and animals and had destroyed the entire world's food supply. The book's most famous chapter, A Fable for Tomorrow, described a nameless American town where all life—from fish to birds to apple blossoms to human children—had been “silenced” by the harmful effects of DDT. The most important effect of Silent Spring, though, was a new public awareness that nature was so easily destroyed by human intervention. Rachel Carson had made a brave proposal: that, at times, technological progress is so basically at odds with(与……不一致) natural processes that it must be prevented. 68.What are Rachel Carson's books mainly concerned about? _______________ A. The relationship between man and nature. B. The balance of natural systems. C. The interconnection of nature and living things. D. The pollution of the environment. 69.According to the text, Silent Spring_______________. A. didn't draw the readers' attention when first published B. mainly describes people's quiet lives in an American town C. effectively tells people how to keep the balance of nature D. showed the harmful effects of DDT on nature 70.Rachel Carson thinks that the more efficient way to kill insects is to use _______________. A.DDT B. human controls C. biological controls D. technical progress 71.The publication of Silent Spring makes people_______________. A. understand the author's outstanding writing talent B. realize the importance of technical progress C. aware of the necessity of environmental protection D. rethink the harmful effects of developing industry E Outside her shabby cottage, old Mrs. Tailor was hanging out laundry on a wire line, unaware that some children lay hidden in the leaves of a nearby tree watching her every move. They were determined to find out if she really was a witch. They watched as she took a broomstick to clean the dirt from her stone steps. But, much to their disappointment, she did not mount the broomstick and take flight. Suddenly, the old lady's work was interrupted by the cackling of her hen-a signal that an egg had been laid in the warm nest on top of the haystack.
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The old broomstick was put aside as she hobbled off towards the haystack followed by S ooty, a black cat she had rescued from a fox trap some time back. With only three legs, it was hard for Sooty to keep up with the old lady. The cat provided proof- the children were sure that only a witch would own a black cat with three legs. There, standing on a wooden box, was Mrs. Tailor, stretching out to gather her precious egg. Taking the egg in one of her hands, she began to climb down when, without warning, the box broke and the old lady fell. “We have to go and help her,” whispered Amy. “What if it is a trick?” replied Ben. “Don't be silly, Ben. If she were a witch, she would have turned us into frogs already,” reasoned Meg. “Come on Amy, let’s go.” The girls climbed down the tree and ran all the way to the haystack. Approaching carefully, they could see a wound on the old lady's face. She had knocked her head on a stone and her ankle was definitely broken. “Go and get Dad,” Amy yelled to her brother. “Tell him about the accident.” The boys did not need another excuse to leave. They ran as fast as they could for help, hoping that Mrs. Tailor would not wake and turn the girls into frogs. 72.Why were the children hiding in the tree? _______________ A. They wanted to watch Mrs. Tailor do her housework closely. B. They were playing a hide-and-seek game. C. They wanted to find out if the rumors about Mrs. Tailor were true. D. They were pretending to be spies. 73. Mrs.Tailor stopped sweeping when_______________. A. her front steps were clean B. she noticed the children in the tree C. she was ready to take a flight D. she heard the hen cackling 74.Ben did not rush to help Mrs. Tailor because_______________. A. he thought that she could be tricking them B. he knew that they should not have been in the tree C. he did not see the old lady fall down D. he was afraid of t he three-legged cat 75.Which of these old sayings best suits the story's lesson for us? _______________ A. Make hay while the sun shines. B. Never judge a book by its cover. C. People in glasshouses should not throw stones. D.A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. 第Ⅱ卷(非选择题,共 45 分) 第四部分 写作(共 2 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) If you are ever in Buffalo, New York, and stop by the St. Mary’s School for the Deaf, you will be greeted by an impressive statue of the French teacher of the deaf, Abe Charles Michel De l’Epee (1712-1789). He invented a finger alphabet, which is still in use. People can make the sign for
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letters and spell words with their hands, and deaf people can “read” and understand them. Around the whole world, there are special TV news programs for deaf people. Usually the newsreader tells the news in sign language with the words appearing on the screen. The actors in the Theatre of Deaf use hand signs. Putting two hands together means a sandwich. Making a roof with two han ds shows a house. And one finger in front of one’s mouth can mean being quiet. It is not just deaf and hard of hearing children who use sign language. Another large number of sign language users are hearing nonverbal children who are nonverbal because of some diseases, and brain disorders or speech disorders. For parents, sign language provides a way of quick communication, especially for those whose attention spans (跨度) may be very short or language very limited. And when you wave to a friend, you are using sign language. When you smile at someone, you are saying, “I want to be friendly”. Babies who ________ can point at things. They are using sign language. A policeman who wants to stop the traffic holds up his hand. He is using sign language as well. 76. What’s the main idea of this passage? (Please answer within 10 words.) _______________________________________________________________________________ 77. Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one? When deaf people see the signs made with one’s hands, they can know the meaning of the “letters” and “words” in this special language. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 78. Please fill in the blank in the last paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence. (Please answer within 10 words.) _______________________________________________________________________________ 79. Conclude the function of sign language. (Please answer within 30 words.) _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 80. Translate the underlined sentence in the second paragraph into Chinese. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ 第二节 书面表达(满分 30 分) 假定你是李华。你在美国某城市学习期间,发现所在的城市面临严重的交通拥堵。面对这种 情况,你以一个留学生的名义向当地政府提出一些合理化的建议,以缓解现在的拥堵状况。 词数:120 左右。要点如下: ⑴现象:道路拥挤,车速很慢 ⑵致因:车辆增多,设施落后 ⑶措施: ①限制进入市区的车的数量,收“市区税”; ②修建市区停车场; ③多修路并改善路况; ④建立奖惩机制。 ⑷参考词汇:市区税:congestion charge

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Dear Sirs/Madam, _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ Yours sincerely, Li Hua

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