Module 3 Music 单元测试 1
第一部分：听力（共两节, 满分 30 分） ◆第一节(共 5 小题；每小题 1.5 分,满分 7.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话。每段对话后有一个小题,从题中所给的 A、B、C 三个选项中选出最佳 选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听完每段对话后,你都有 10 秒钟的时间来 回答有关小题和阅读下一小题。每段对话仅读一遍。 1. Wha
t does the woman think of her new job? A. She likes it very much. B. She often complains about it. C. She thinks she is always too busy with it. 2. How many children do well in music? A. 45. B. 30. C. 15. 3. What can we learn about Tom and Dave? A. They used to hate each other. B. They used to learn from each other. C. They are still good friends. 4. When did the woman visit London Bridge? A. Last June. B. This August. C. Last September. 5. What leads to the man not buying the shirt? A. The style. B. The price. C. The color. ◆第二节(共 15 小题；每小题 1.5 分,满分 22.5 分) 听下面 5 段对话或独白。每段对话或独白后有几小题,从每题所给的 A、B、C 三个选项 中选出最佳选项,并标在试卷的相应位置。听每段对话或独白前,你将有时间阅读各个小题,每小
题 5 秒钟；听完后,各小题将给出 5 秒钟的作答时间。每段对话或独白读两遍。 听第 6 段材料,回答第 6 至 8 题。 6. Where did the man work as a teacher? A. In Paris. B. In Washington. C. In New York. 7. How long did the man study in France? A. Three years. B. Four years. C. Five years. 8. What do we know about the man’s company? A. It is large. B. It is in Washington. C. It makes planes. 听第 7 段材料,回答第 9 至 11 题。 9. What was the man doing when the woman phoned him? A. Checking his flight. B. Having a meeting. C. Listening to the radio. 10. What time is it now? A. 8:30. B. 8:00. C. 10:00. 11. What will the woman be doing at eight o’clock tomorrow morning? A. Visiting her cousin. B. Having a party at 18 London Street. C. Having a meeting. 听第 8 段材料,回答第 12 至 14 题。 12. What examinations are coming soon? A. The entrance exams.
B. The mid-term exams. C. The final exams. 13. What does the man suggest the woman do first to pre-pare for the exams? A. Make a plan for the review. B. Spend more time on her weak subjects. C. Be confident about herself. 14. Which subject is the woman weak in? A. Politics. B. Math. C. History. 听第 9 段材料,回答第 15 至 17 题。 15. What did the man think his Sunday would be like? A. Busy. B. Tiring. C. Free. 16. What’s the possible relationship between the two speakers? A. Brother and sister. B. Husband and wife. C. Boyfriend and girlfriend. 17. What’s Jack’s favourite food? A. Fish. B. Beef. C. Chicken. 听第 10 段材料,回答第 18 至 20 题。 18. Why does the speaker make this speech? A. To give tips on finding friends on the Internet. B. To list advantages of finding friends on the Internet. C. To introduce good services on the Internet. 19. Why do many students want to find friends on the Inter-net? A. To get help when they are in trouble.
B. To improve their communicating skills. C. To practice their language skills. 20. What should you do before joining a service? A. Give personal information. B. Do some research. C. Have a nickname.
第二部分：英语知识运用(共两节, 满分 35 分)
◆第一节单项填空(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. You should _______ the amount of food you feed your goldfish, or it may die of overeating. A. affect B. exchange C. reduce D. inform 22. —How do you like the song _____ for their wedding ？ —It couldn’t be better. A. composed B. composing C. having composed D. was composing 23. The passage shows that these birds have a _____ for dancing. They were reported to have been seen dancing well. A. symptom B. plan C. talent D. defence 24. He gave me a very expensive musical instrument, _____ I will value forever.
A. it B. that C. this D. one 25. The group was very popular, and by the late 1980s they had ________all over Europe, giving concerts. A. showed B. toured C. turned D. sailed 26. Be careful not to step on the ______ glass from that window. A. broke B. breaking C. broken D. being broken 27. The teacher told the students once and again that they should not _______ the iron in their hands ______ those wires. A. compare; to B. mix; with C. react; to D. connect; with 28. He went to the city to see his wife, but she _______ before he arrived. A. left B. was leaving C. had left D. has left 29. How can you afford ________ so much money on a computer? A. to spend B. spending C. spent
D. spend 30. I’m sure you’ll become well-known _______ an artist if you don’t give up. A. for B. as C. in D. to 31. _______ time goes by, we learn more and more about the things around us. A. With B. As C. While D. When 32. The foreigner said that he was deeply _______ by what he had seen in China. A. interrupted B. impressed C. interested D. improved 33. I saw her yesterday. I ______ her since she went to live in Oxford. A. haven’t seen B. didn’t see C. wouldn’t see D. hadn’t seen 34. The nurse will take care of your children __ ___ you’re away. Don’t worry! A. while B. since C. until D. before 35. —Mark is going back on Sunday. —_______ And he’ll be away for another few years. A. Good idea!
B. It’s very kind of you. C. You’re right. D. Good luck! ◆第二节完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从 36－55 各题所给的四个选项(A、 B、 C 和 D)中,选出 可以填入空白处的最佳选项。 Spiker was an unwanted dog thrown away by his owner, and later he was sent to an animal shelter. Now he has got a(n) 36 called Marcy, an 18-year-old girl who has lived at Echo Glen Children’s Centre, a state-operated juvenile correctional facility ( 青 少年管教所), for nine months. Spiker is 37 Marcy’s life as surely as Marcy is changing his. While she’s there, she often 38 Canine Connections, a program that brings 39 dogs and troubled kids together. Marcy’s parents died early. After that, she began 40 from one foster (寄养的) home to another —more than 5041 in all. Unable to 42 any of her foster families, she ended up on the streets selling drugs. The juvenile court ( 法庭) ordered her to spend a year at Echo Glen." I was really 43 ,"Marcy says. "I didn’t want to stay with 44 ."But a few days after she 45 there, she saw a group of teenagers training dogs outside her room. She learned that 46 her behaviour improved, she could 47 the program. "Those dogs were 48 just as I was," says Marcy. "I knew I could 49 them." Her eight-week course provides training in 50 to train dogs. The kids 51 skills they can use in the outside world. They also learn how to care about others. "Working with the dogs teaches the kids what 52 is," one of the program founders, Simpson says. "And for many of them, it’s the first time that they have had 53 on another living thing." The program is 54 and has a great influence on the kids. A(n) 55 found that only 10 percent of Canine Connections graduates were arrested again. This is less than one fifth the average rate for juvenile criminals. 36. A. trainer B. owner C. partner D. mother D. saving D. attends D. sick D. stealing
37. A. improving B. damaging C. changing 38. A. donates 39. A. lost B. watches C. organizes
B. unwanted C. dangerous
40. A. traveling B. studying C. moving
41. A. parents
B. families C. courses
42. A. stay away from B. get along with C. take charge of D. come up with 43. A. relaxed 44. A. anybody 45. A. arrived 46. A. before 47. A. join 48. A. in turn 49. A. touch 50. A. what 51. A. provide 52. A. danger 53. A. respect 54. A. useful B. rude C. serious D. angry D. everybody D. searched D. although D. accept
B. somebody C. nobody B. returned C. found B. while B. start C. if C. develop
B. in trouble B. help B. who B. require
C. in prison D. in order D. move D. how D. learn D. duty D. influences D. difficult
C. walk C. where C. receive
B. exercise C. task B. pity B. rare C. rights C. harmful
55. A. interview B. examination C. survey D. evidence
第三部分:阅读理解 (共 20 小题; 每小题 2 分, 满分 40 分)
阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。
难度★ Omar Soliman’s mother asked him to get a job on the second day of the college holiday. She was not about to have her son hang out at the neighbourhood pool all summer. After years of delivering (递送) furniture for his mother’s store, Soliman discovered that a lot of people had things they wanted to throw away. If he borrowed his mum’s truck, he could make a little beer money carting (用车装运) their trash (垃 圾) away for them.
One night, Soliman came up with a name for his new business: College Hunks Hauling Junk. He gave out flyers (宣传单) the next day, and within hours, his phone was ringing. He asked his friend Nick Friedman to help out. They made $220 within three hours cleaning out a woman’s garage. Soliman and Friedman earned $10,000 that summer, but the two weren’t ready to become full-time trash men after graduation because they wanted to get a better job. "We both found our own jobs, but within months," says Friedman. "We were pretty impatient. I sent Omar an e-mail: 'What’s your timeline for our business?’ He replied: 'RIGHT NOW.’ "They gave up their jobs, but had trouble finding a bank willing to lend them money. After being refused for five times, they found one bank willing to lend them $50,000. To start the business quickly, they bought a truck, paid an artist for designing a logo (标识), ran newspaper and radio ads, and had workers from colleges work for them. At first, they met many difficulties, which taught them what —and what not —to do. Now, they run a nationwide company that pulled in $3 million in 2008. 56. Why did Omar Soliman start his trash carting? A. He had experience in driving trucks. B. He needed a lot of money for beer drinking at that time. C. He had developed a good relationship in his neighbourhood. D. He had discovered that lots of people wanted to throw away unwanted things. 57. Which is the correct order of the following events? ①Soliman gave out flyers. ②Soliman and Friedman bought a truck. ③Soliman gave his business a name. ④Soliman and Friedman found a bank to lend them money. ⑤Soliman and Friedman graduated and found jobs. A. ①②③④⑤ B. ①③②⑤④ C. ③①②④⑤ D. ③①⑤④②
58. What kind of person is Soliman, according to the passage? A. Smart and creative. B. Brave and kind. C. Smart but selfish. D. Brave but careless. 59. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE about Soliman and Friedman? A. They both liked their jobs they got after graduation. B. They designed the logo of their company by them-selves. C. Five banks wanted to lend them money. D. Their business has spread around the country. 60. What is the main idea of this passage? A. Two young men started their own business and succeeded. B. Two college students made every effort to find good jobs. C. Parents have a great influence on children’s starting business. D. Part-time jobs during the holidays are important.
难度★★ A group of men and women are standing around in a circle. First, someone starts to laugh. Then a few more people begin to laugh. Soon, the whole group are laughing. They are not laughing because someone has said something funny. Instead, this group of people are practicing laughter therapy ( 疗法). When we laugh from being tickled (胳肢) or after hearing a joke, our bodies and minds feel good. Laughing is also contagious. When one person laughs, the people around him or her will soon start laughing, too. Laughter therapy has been used in hospitals since the 1970s. Dr Lee Berk of Loma University Medical Centre, California, has been studying laughter therapy since the late 1970s. In 1989, Berk studied the effects of laughter in 10 men. Five men watched
an one-hour-long comedy (喜剧) while another five didn’t. The research showed that the men who watched the comedy and laughed developed better immune systems ( 免疫系统 ) compared to those who did not. Similarly, those who laughed during their treatment recovered faster. In India, Dr Madan Kataria started a laughter club in 1995 to encourage good health. From then on, this form of therapy has spread around the world. There are now more than 5,000 laughter clubs worldwide. People in these groups may feel uncomfortable at first because they feel laughter is forced ( 被强迫的), but once they give in and fully enjoy the 45-minute activity, they feel comfortable. People who take part in laughter therapy prove what scientists have known for years —laughter is the best medicine. 61. What do people do during the laughter therapy? A. Tickle the doctor. B. Tell each other jokes. C. Try to laugh with others. D. Form a circle and laugh at someone. 62. The underlined word "contagious" in Paragraph 2 probably means "____________". A. able to spread B. able to feel C. pleasant D. dangerous 63. What does the third paragraph mainly talk about? A. The development of laughter therapy. B. The development of laughter clubs. C. The origin of laughter therapy. D. The effects of laughter. 64. What can we learn from this passage? A. People feel comfortable from the start when practicing laughter therapy. B. Scientists have long known that laughter is the best medicine. C. The laughter club was started in California by Lee Berk. D. Laughter weakens people’s immune systems.
65. Which of the following is TRUE according to the pas-sage? A. Laughter therapy has been used in hospitals for about 20 years. B. Berk studied the effects of laughter in 10 healthy women. C. People who take part in laughter therapy always fell comfortable. D. Laughter therapy is becoming more widely used in the world.
难度★★★ Japan’s robot teacher smiles and scolds (责备) the students, which draws laughter from them with her lively face. Unlike many other robots, the robot teacher, called Saya, can express six feelings —surprise, fear, disgust (厌恶), anger, happiness and sadness. That’s because her rubber skin is pulled from the back by engines. In a show, Saya pulled back her lips to make a smile, and said simple words such as "Thank you". "Robots that look like humans are often a big hit with young children and the elderly," said Hiroshi Kobayashi, Saya’s developer. "Children even start laughing when they are praised." First developed as a receptionist (接待员) robot in 2004, Saya was tested in a real Tokyo classroom earlier this year with some fifth graders. Although she still only called out names and shouted orders like "Be quiet", the children had great fun. Still, Saya was just remote-controlled (遥控) by a human watching the class through monitors. Japan and other nations hope that robotics can be used to take care of children, and help the older people. Robotics expert Noel Sharkey believes robots can serve as an educational assistant in encouraging interest in science, but they can’t replace humans. "It would be impossible for such robots to replace a human teacher," he said. "Leading scientists, engineers and mathematicians often talk about a teacher who encouraged them. A robot cannot be that kind of role model." Kobayashi said Saya was just made to help people. "The robot has neither
intelligence nor the ability to learn," he said. "It is just a tool." 66. How can Saya express different feelings? A. By following humans’expressions. B. Engines pull her rubber skin from the back. C. By being remote-controlled by a teacher. D. By being ordered by her developer. 67. For what purpose was Saya first designed? A. To act as a receptionist. B. To act as a school teacher. C. To look after children and the elderly. D. To serve as an educational assistant. 68. For children and old people, robots that look like humans are _________. A. frightening B. unreal C. unreliable D. popular 69. According to the passage, we can learn that ________. A. Saya can only say "Thank you" and "Be quiet" B. human-like robots can make choices by themselves C. a teacher cannot be replaced by a robot D. a robot has the ability to learn new things by itself 70. What Kobayashi said in the last paragraph implies that _________. A. he was proud of his work in designing robots B. he decided to design robots with intelligence C. people shouldn’t expect too much of robots D. robots can help people a lot in teaching
Mandyis a song from the first album of the Jonas Brothers, It’s About Time, and was written a few years ago by the youngest brother, Nick Jonas, who is sixteen now. In most families, the little brother follows the older ones. But in the Jonas Brothers band, Nick is the leader. In fact, his brothers call him "Mister President". Kevin, twenty-one, and Joe, nineteen, say they respect Nick’s organizational skills. Nick formed the band in 2005, but had performed in Broadway musicals since the age of seven. The Jonas Brothers started with Columbia Records but were dropped from the company after their first album. Disney-owned Hollywood Records then signed them. All the brothers play the guitar, although Kevin leads. Nick and Joe are the lead singers, and Joe also plays the piano. Nick is the lead songwriter. Their concerts are extremely popular, especially with young girls. The band does not write Christian songs, but the brothers are influenced by their religion. The band and other family members say a group prayer of thanks before each performance of the Jonas Brothers. Hollywood Records made a good move in signing them. Their second album with the company went to number one on the list of the top 100 albums in the Billboard Magazine. One of the songs is about the disease diabetes( 糖尿病), which Nick Jonas was found to have in 2005. Recently, the Jonas Brothers came out with their fourth record. Critics say Lines, Vines and Trying Times is an attempt by the band to move into the adult market without dismissing(解散)its younger fans. Some reviewers say the record succeeds; others disagree. You can decide for yourself. 71. The youngest brother, Nick, is the leader of the band because he _____. A. has the ability to organize B. sings the best C. wrote the first album D. has performed for the longest time 72. How old was Kevin when Nick began to perform in Broadway musicals? A. 12.
B. 16. C. 19. D. 21. 73. The song Mandy was released by _____. A. Broadway musicals B. Columbia Records C. Hollywood Records D. BillboardMagazine 74. From the passage we can infer that ______. A. the Jonas Brothers band consists of three brothers and a pianist B. Columbia Records made four albums for the Jonas Brothers C. the Jonas Brothers band wants to change styles D. Kevin often leads the band during concerts 75. From this passage we learn that______. A. the Jonas Brothers band is only popular with the young B. all the three brothers play the guitar and piano when performing C. the success of the Jonas Brothers has made Holly-wood Records a success D. people have different opinions on the Jonas Brothers’ fourth record
第四部分：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) 阅读下面短文,并根据短文后的要求答题(请注意问题后的字数要求)。
Music is important for a child’s development because it helps with both early math and social skills. Not being exposed( 使处于……影响之下)enough to music may end up harming your child’s development in many fields. Music is fun, and can create a positive, relaxing and happy environment. If adults don’t like singing, they can put on tapes and encourage kids to sing as they clap and move. A child should be exposed to some form of music every day, if possible.
Children respond to music even before they are born. Some women listen to music while they’re with child, and can feel the child responding. A child -care provider should encourage a child to listen and move to different types of music. Use songs like Itsy Bitsy Spider or If You’re Happy and You Know It, and show the children how to take part in the songs, making sure you clap your hands and stomp( 跺脚)your feet. Music can also be used to _______________. Music helps kids move from one activity to another. Not only can music be used to manage behavior, it can also be used to give kids a way to take out their feelings of anger, disappointment or sadness. 76. List three things music helps children with, according to the passage. (within 8 words.) ①____________ ②____________ ③___________ 77. What’s the passage mainly about? (within 8 words.) ____________________________________________ 78. Fill in the blank in the last paragraph with proper words. (within 5 words.) ____________________________________________ 79. Which sentence in the passage is the closest in meaning to the following one? Music can be used to make children behave better, and to make them feel better if the angry, disappointed or sad. ____________________________________________ 80. Translate the underlined sentence in the second paragraph into Chinese. ____________________________________________
◆第二节写作(满分 30 分) 假设你是李华,你的外国笔友 Tom 来信询问你最喜爱的音乐家。 请根据以下要点提示写 一封回信,介绍著名音乐家贝多芬。 要点:1. 贝多芬 1770 年出生于德国的一个音乐世家,从小就跟父亲学习小提琴和其他 乐器；2. 12 岁时他就发表了第一篇音乐作品,尽管听力逐渐丧失,他还是谱写了许多交响曲；3. 1827 年 3 月 26 日,这位伟大的音乐家与世长辞。 要求:1. 词数 100 左右；2. 可适当增加细节。
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听力原文 Text1 M: Do you like your new job? W: I’m not going to complain about it. But I don’t seem to have a single minute for myself. Text2 M: How many children tried out for the piano contest? W: 45. But only one third of them are really good at music. Text3 M: Tom looks sad. What happened? W: Well, he and Dave used to be best friends. They would learn from each other. But they started to hate each other and now they can’t even be in the same room together. Text4 M: Did you visit London Bridge when you had your vacation in London last June? W: I couldn’t make it then, but I finally went three months later. I hope to visit it again this August. Text5 W: How nice this shirt looks! M: Yeah. It’s the latest fashion, and the color is perfect. But I’m afraid I can’t afford it. Text6 W: Mr. Chen, long time no see. What have you been doing in the last few years? M: I studied in Paris for three years and worked as a teacher in a university in Washington for four years. And now I have a company in the New York City.
W: What does your company produce? M: Plane parts. W: So it must be a large company. Do you also make planes? M: Well, we only make parts for planes though it’s a large company. Text7 W: Hello, Mr. Jones. This is Kitty speaking. M: Who? One moment please. Let me turn off my radio. Oh, Kitty. I can hear you now. W: Mr. Jones, my flight won’t take off until ten o’clock due to fog. M: So it’s one and a half hours later. W: Yes. I’m afraid we’ll have to put off the meeting till eight o’clock tomorrow morning. M: No problem. And I’ll tell the others about it. W: By the way, could you get in touch with my cousin, Thomas Cooper, at 18 London Street and tell him that I won’t be able to visit him this afternoon? I phoned him just now but nobody answered the phone. M: With pleasure. Text8 M: When did you come to this new school? W: Let me see. It was February 12. M: So the ninth week is starting, isn’t it? W: Yes. Oh, the mid-exams are coming soon. M: Well, there is one more week left before the exams begin. Are you prepared for them? W: Not really. I haven’t begun preparing. And I’ve no idea how to review my lessons. M: We’re going to be examined on as many as six subjects, such as politics, math, history and so on. So I think you’d better make a plan for the review. Spend more time on the subjects you’re weak in. But first you should be confident. W: You’re right. I’m not very good at math. I’d spend two days reviewing it. M: And I can lend you a hand. W: Thank you. Let’s start right now. Text9
M: A free Sunday, isn’t it? W: We’ll have to go shopping this morning. M: What would you like to buy? I don’t think we need any-thing. W: Your sister and her boyfriend are coming to dinner tonight. And Jack is back from university. M: Oh, I nearly forgot. What will we have for dinner? I’d like to make a shopping list. W: Chicken should be the first. You know it’s Jack’s favourite. M: You think of our son first all the time. W: Then some fried fish. M: Why fish again? I’m tired of that. And my sister doesn’t like it. W: Well, some beef instead. What does your sister’s boyfriend like to eat? M: How would I know? They have only known each other for two months. And we’ve never had dinner together. W: I think you’d better advise your sister not to change boyfriends so often. M: I used to try, but she didn’t listen to me. Just buy some eggs, some meat and other vegetables. W: OK. Text10 Many students want to find friends on the Internet to practice their language skills and learn more about new cultures. Traditional pen pals were the primary source for such contacts, and students could write each other letters. With the Internet, finding friends has become much easier, and such relationships are called key pals. However, care and consideration should be given when finding friends on the Internet: Search the Internet for good services. Look for reviews of such sites to learn more about other students’experiences. Don’t join a service until you have done your research. Check to see if you can use a nickname, rather than your real name, to protect yourself. Never give personal information to anyone, including your home address, phone number, and birthday. Stop contact with others if you feel uncomfortable with the topics of conversation. Again, if you want to protect yourself, this will be easier to do. Tell your teachers, parents, or even the police if problems appear. Try to use the language
you are studying in the classroom to communicate with others. Ask proper questions that will also help you learn about other cultures.
参考答案 1-5 CCBCB 6-10 BAACA 11-15 CBCBC 16-20 BCACB 21-25 CACDB 26-30 CDCAB 31-35 BBDAC 36-40 ACDBC 41-45 BBDAA 46-50 CABBD 51-55 DDBAC 56-60 DDADA 61-65 CAABD 66-70 BADCC 71-75 AABCD 76. ①Math skills ②Social skills ③Behaviour 77. The importance of music for children’s development. 78. manage children’s behaviour 79. Not only can music be used to manage behavior, it can also be used to give kids a way to take out their feelings of anger, disappointment or sadness. 80. 如果可能的话,孩子应该每天听听某种音乐,受到熏陶。 写作(One possible version) Dear Tom, Thank you for your letter. I’m writing to tell you some things about my favourite composer —Beethoven. Beethoven was born in Germany in 1770 to a family of musicians.
He himself had great interest in music, learning the violin and other instruments from his father in early childhood. His first musical work was published when he was only 12. Despite problems with his hearing, he wrote many great symphonies and other works. Beethoven is now considered to have been one of the greatest composers ever. He died on March 26, 1827.I love Beethoven’s music and how about you? Hope to hear from you! Yours, Li Hua