Book7 Module 1单元测试题（外研版） Class: Name: 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） 1. Mr. Samuel, _______ manager of our company, is now in _______ possession of many branches across China. A. the; the B. /; / C. a; the D. a; / 2. Whether using mobile phones does harm to health remains to be _______. A. checked B. identified C. confirmed D. declared 3. This job interview is very important to me, so I must get it prepared _______. A. adequately B. actively C. attentively D. cautiously 4. ?I抦 afraid I can抰 getrem away from work that day. ?_______, let抯 make it another time. A. If necessary B. If ever C. If any D. If so 5. There is no _______ that he is the best person for the post ?no one available can match him in managing ability. A. way an抰 B. doubt C. wonder D. chance 6. _______ a ticket for the match, he had no choice but to watch it on TV at home. A. Not having obtained B. Having not obtained C. Not being obtained D. Being not obtained 7. ?Martin was brave enough to dive from that 10-meter-high bridge. ?Yes. It is in his _______ to oslike taking risks. A. attempt B. intention C. nature D. quality 8. As our coach often puts _______, everything is possible if we keep on. A. it B. himself C. that D. one 9. ?I always have so many things to _______ at my office. ?Why not bring in an assistant to help you? A. add to t B. appeal to C. contribute to D. attend to 10. ?Gaddafi was killed yesterday. ?Really? He finally _______ whatever he gets. A. costs yo B. deserves C. dominates D. pays 11. Every student with _______ intelligence can be good learners after bettering their study habits. A. average B. unusual C. popular D. high 12. It抯 a pity that Yao Ming had to retire as a professional _______ the injury to his foot. A. in reply to B. in spite of C. as a result of D. in addition to u13. He finished the season with an average of 22.3 points per game, _______ he was named the most valued player of that year. A. as which B. for which C. when D. where 14. ?The children seem very quiet, don抰 they? ?Yes. They have got used ______. _ while having meals. A. to not talking B. not to talk C. not to talking D. to not talk 15. By the time the reporter arrived at the spot, the injured _______ to hospital. A. have been taken B. had been taken C. were taken D. would be taken 二、完形填空（共20小题；每小题1分，满分20分） Today we spent the morning going through our personal belongings. We were looking for items to 16 for free, at a local park. Not just any items but things people really needed. We came up with blankets, soaps, food and clothing. Our 17 was not to find things we no longer wanted, but things we use every day that would be 18 to others. We made up 19 with the things we believed would be useful and added some small toys. 20 the boxes a simple letter was placed. It 21 : “Please take these 22 and know that your life is important. Times are 23 but these days will pass. We 24 what we have, believing that it will matter. Use the food to nurture your body, use the 25 to stay warm. Be safe and know that the human spirit can overcome anything. Do not 26 your head down for having a need to stay warm. Someday please do the same when you can. How you do it, where and when, your 27 will tell you.” This 28 act was simply because it was the right thing to do. We have often seen homeless people at the park where we left the belongings. I noticed that my 29 had put her favorite green coat into one of the boxes. I 30 if she was sure about it and she simply replied that it had a hood (兜帽). Her answer told me why it is that I love her. She 31 the coat but knew the hood could 32 someone from the rain. We never go back and see what happens. It’s 33 . The right things will find the right people and that is all that 34 . On the way my wife started to cry. When I asked 35 she said because some things felt so right. 16. A. give away B. bring in C. deal with D. make up 17. A. order B. aim C. method D. change 18. A. good B. friendly C. useful D. harmful 19. A. bags B. chairs C. excuses D. boxes 20. A. Above B. Under C. Beside D. Inside 21. A. wrote B. read C. sang D. heard 22. A. products B. clothes C. items D. foods 23. A. difficult B. short C. spare D. full 24. A. sell B. share C. store D. hide 25. A. blankets B. soaps C. toys D. stoves 26. A. break B. shake C. hold D. look 27. A. position B. manager C. parent D. heart 28. A. kind B. secret C. hopeful D. suitable 29. A. mother B. wife C. daughter D. sister 30. A. rang B. doubted C. asked D. wondered 31. A. kept B. folded C. hated D. liked 32. A. shelter B. hide C. bring D. praise 33. A. impossible B. selfish C. dishonest D. unimportant 34. A. flows B. ends C. counts D. admits 35. A. when B. where C. how D. why 三、阅读理解（共20小题；每小题2分，满分40分） A American football is a distinct type of football that developed in the United States in the 19th century. It requires teams to run, throw and kick an oval ball across a 100-yard field, is unrelated to the game most of the world knows by that name, and which Americans call soccer. Football is played by school, college and professional teams and is one of the most popular American sports, attracting thousands of participants and millions of audiences every year. American football is made popular by teams from colleges and universities. For some of its history, professional American football was played within a single National Football League (NFL), although competitive leagues did develop quickly as the game grew in popularity. In 1960, one such league, the American Football League (AFL) competed with NFL. As most leagues tended to get into one leading league, they agreed to a single game each year between their respective (各自的) champions. Because many collegiate football championships were known as “bowls” for the bowl-shaped stadiums that hosted them, one AFL owner referred to the new game as a “super” bowl. The name proved popular with the public. The Super Bowl is the final contest of the NFL’s season. Each year, on a Sunday at the end of January or beginning of February, tens of millions of Americans declare their own unofficial holiday. Americans increasingly have gathered in Super Bowl parties, where they enjoy food, drink and televised football. About 130 million to 140 million viewers — nearly half of the USA population — will tune in to some part of the game. Four of the 10 most watched programs in the USA history have been Super Bowls. 36. What is the text mainly about? A. The difference between American football and soccer. B. The 10 most watched programs in the USA history. C. American football. D. An official American holiday. 37. Which of the following is TRUE about American football and soccer? A. They were developed from the same sport. B. They are quite similar to each other in rules. C. They are both played in most parts of the world. D. They are considered to be quite different games. 38. The American Football League was created probably to _______. A. compete with NFL B. promote professional American football C. join in NFL D. promote a different kind of competition 39. When the final contest of the NFL’s season comes, people will _______. A. hold great parties to celebrate it B. have fun while watching the game C. refuse to go to work D. watch the game in the workplace 40. It can be inferred from the last paragraph that the Super Bowl _______. A. can cause great social problems in the USA. B. enjoys great popularity among Americans C. lasts from the end of January to the beginning of February D. has led to the establishment of a national holiday B Last weekend, my sisters, Rebecca and Louisa, and I sang along to the radio in the car. We had gone to Hamilton, which is about one and a half hours from my home, for vocal (声乐的) coaching and to record a couple of songs at our cousin's recording studio. On our way Dad stopped at the petrol station and went in and paid for our tank of petrol. He took the petrol cap off, but we all got distracted (分心的) and drove off. Ten minutes down the road Dad realized he didn’t fill up the entire tank. So, we had to drive back. When we got to the station, another car was just leaving after filling up from the same pump that we were at. We thought maybe we would have to pay again. Dad went inside and spoke to the guy behind the counter. He said he wondered who drove off without filling up and saved our petrol for us. So we filled up our petrol and Dad thankfully found our petrol cap a few metres away. Louisa and I went inside the petrol station and gave the man a smile card and thanked him so much for saving our petrol. After leaving there, we stopped off somewhere in Cambridge a little while and a lady was sitting outside by her car looking quite lonely. We both decided to go to give her a smile card. A big smile appeared on her face and she thanked us. That seemed to make her day! Last night I bought lots of chocolate to store up for when I give smile cards out to them. I love making people’s day and see the smile appear on their faces. I love seeing people happy! 41. From the first paragraph we can learn that the writer and her sisters _______. A. were high school students B. had been receiving music training C. enjoyed traveling around on weekends D. often went to Hamilton to visit their cousin 42. Why didn’t they get the whole tank filled up? A. Because the family didn’t concentrate fully on the filling. B. Because the father forgot to pay enough for the petrol. C. Because there was something wrong with the filling pump. D. Because the guy behind the counter wanted to save petrol. 43. The writer’s attitude towards the man behind the counter is _______. A. angry B. doubtful C. grateful D. regretful 44. What can we infer from the text? A. A small act of kindness means everything to people. B. The lady felt depressed because of lack of petrol. C. The lady wanted to get a smile card to remove loneliness. D. The lady was just moved by the sisters’ kindness. 45. From the last paragraph, the writer wants to express that she _______. A. lives a pretty wealthy life B. prefers chocolate to smile cards C. makes other people smile every day D. feels good when making others happy C In the U.S., of all the things that are consumed in small plastic containers, bottled water sustained (保持) the largest growth over the years. It is believed to deliver safer, cleaner, and healthier water, plus it is very convenient. A lot of advertising campaigns have been promoting bottled water, employing the participation of huge celebrities in the process. Most consumers are convinced, so they keep coming back and buying more. In fact, production of bottled water increased from 3.3 billion in 1997 to 15 billion in 2002. This just shows that the majority of the consumer population find food and drinks that come in plastic containers very convenient and pretty much safe too. What many people do not know is that there are certain bottles that can leach (过滤) chemicals into their food and drinks, and this in turn can cause serious illnesses among consumers. To make sure you are using a safe plastic container, the recycling symbol on the container must be checked. Those which have the following number tags (标签) with them are usually safe: #2, #4, and #5. If it has the #1 tag, it means that it can only be used once and must be thrown or recycled after. Those with #7 symbol should be avoided. This kind of plastic container uses BPA, which has the possibility of leaching into food and drinks because it ages well when exposed to heat. BPA can cause heart diseases and certain cancers. Plastic containers are all around us, and they may continue to be so for a long period of time. While they are convenient, the question remains how safe can we make them and at what level do we start changing? It is up to us to be responsible enough to look at the recycling # to ensure our safety and health. 46. Of all the products consumed in small plastic containers, the most popular product is _______. A. bottled pie B. bottled water C. bottled juice D. bottled cookies 47. People like to buy food packed in small plastic containers because _______. A. it may look very cool B. it is packaged beautifully C. it can be preserved longer D. it is convenient and clean 48. Which of the following tags means that it is safe while you can’t use the container once more? A. #1. B. #2. C. #5. D. #7. 49. From the passage, we know that # is a symbol used to represent _______. A. the standard of safe packaging B. the classification of the product C. the material used in the container D. the quality standard of the product 50. Which would be the best title for the passage? A. Small plastic containers may do harm to your health B. Products in small plastic containers provide safer food C. Are all small plastic containers safe for humans to use? D. Who should be responsible for our health and the environment? D All sports people are under a lot of pressure to win, so they have to be spiritually strong. In the past, athletes only trained to get physically fit. Today, professional sports psychologists (心理学家) use scientific techniques to help athletes get spiritually fit, too. England player Johnny Wilkinson described some of the pressures he had felt. He played very well at the 2003 World Cup but after that he couldn抰 play well. He found that he had a terrible fear of failure. Under the help of sports psychologists, he realized that reality changes depending on how we look at it and then everything went better. In team sports, psychologrists help players in different ways, one of which is to create a team spirit. 揑t抯 very difficult to get all the players to think in the same way, but when you see a team that works as a unit, everything happens naturally and easily,?said Professor Dave logCollins, a sports psychologist. When there is a team spirit, the players all take responsibility and don抰 blame individual players for mistakes. In this way, they feel more confident and can concentrate better. Sometimes players are under a lot of pressurge in a game. For example, a player may have to take a punishment kick. To reduce his fear of making a mistake, sports psychologists use a method called visualization (可视化). Psychologists simply ask players to imagine taking the perfect kick. When players do this, certain areas of the brain become active. An interesting fact is that they are the same areas of the brain as when the player takes the real action. Today, sports psychologists have an important job to do. They help athletes become spiritually fit and develop a winning outlook. Having a winning outlook really can make the difference between winning and losing. 51. What can we learn from the first paragraph? A. Athletes can抰 stay physically fit without enough training. B. Sports psychologists can control athletes?mind in the match. C. Wrong views on success have bad effects on athletes?health. D. Some scy, ientific methods have replaced traditional training. 52. Wilkinson felt better as he realized that _______. A. everything was changing and was difficult to expect B. things turned to be better when looking at them differently C. psychology was very important to an athlete like him D. it was unnecessary whether he could control his mind 53. What抯 the importance of team spirit according to the text? A. It can increase individuals?sense of responsibility. B. It guarantees the perfect performance of everyone. C. It controls every athlete抯 mind when necessary. D. It makes all athletese s more skillful during a match. 54. It can be inferred from the text that _______. A. sports psychologists always ask athletes to use their imagination B. the spirits of a psychologist can decide the outlook of a team C. athletes need to play with psychologists to improve their skills D. an active attitude usually helps a player do better in real action 55. What is the text mainly about? A. The role of a psychologist in sports. B. The causes of mistakes on sports fields. C. The methods of reducing athletes’ fear. D. The responsibility of team members. 四、书面表达（，45分） （5小题；3分，15分）  London taxis, with their friendly drivers who actually know where they are going, are ranked best in the world, according to a yearly taxi survey.  The survey by travel website hotels.com found London taxis, despite being the most expensive, beat others across the globe to head the list for the third running years, scoring a total of 59 percent in votes on several items by travelers.  London taxi drivers were voted both friendliest and most knowledgeable. Drivers in the English capital must pass a strict examination called The Knowledge to earn their taxi license.  New York’s yellow taxis came second in the list, scoring 27 percent which was up 10 percentage points from last year even though Manhattan’s cab drivers tied with Parisian taxi drivers as the rudest. Travelers said New York had the most available taxis.  Cabbies in Rome were voted the worst drivers in the world with almost one in 10 travelers thinking the Italian capital __________ when it came to the quality of driving.  “Traveling by taxi is one of the first experiences that many travelers have upon arrival in a new city. In fact, the research found that cabs are by far the most popular means of traveling from the airport to their hotel,” a spokesman for hotels.com said in a statement.  The global study scored city-based taxis for their levels of cleanliness, value, quality of driving, knowledge of the area, friendliness, safety and availability.  Among the top five were Tokyo with a total score of 26 percent, Berlin with 17 percent, and Bangkok famous for its tuk-tuks scoring 14 percent.  Taxis in Sydney fell short of the top 10, scoring badly in the areas of value for money, availability and knowledge of the area. 56. What is the main idea of the text? (no more than 7 words) ___________________________________________________________ 57. What must London drivers do before they obtain their taxi license? (no more than 10 words) ___________________________________________________________ 58. Please fill in the blank in Paragraph 5 with proper words. (no more than 7 words) ___________________________________________________________ 59. Which sentence in the text is the closest in meaning to the following one? For the time being, according to the survey, taxis are actually the most popular with travelers when they go to their hotels from the airport. ___________________________________________________________ 60. Translate the underlined sentence in Paragraph 6 into Chinese. ___________________________________________________________ 第二节 写作（30分） ： 1. ：1973 2. 运动生涯：18次，4次奥运冠军。 3. 工作经历：北京奥运会奥运村副部长。 4. 学习经历：退役后求学11年。曾在清华（Tsinghua）大学、英国诺丁汉（Nottingham）大学、剑桥（Cambridge）大学学习。2008年获剑桥大学经济学博士学位。 5. 影响：运动巨星获博第一人，改写剑桥大学800年校史。 注意： 1. 词数120左右；2. 可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯。 参考答案： 1-15 BCADB ACADB ACBAB 16-35 ABCDD BCABA CDABC DADCD 36-55 CDABB BACDD BDACC CBADA 56. London taxis ranked the world’s best. 57. They have to pass The Knowledge, a strict examination. 58. had the world’s worst taxi drivers 59. In fact, the research found that cabs are by far the most popular means of traveling from the airport to their hotel. 60. 乘坐出租车是很多游客在到达一座新城市后所经历的第一件事。 One possible version: Born in 1973 and once a national athlete, Deng Yaping was given the title of the queen of Ping-Pong. During her career life, she won 18 world championships, of which 4 are Olympic championships. Because of her contribution to the Olympics and high position in it, she was appointed vice-minister of the Olympic village during the 29th Beijing Olympic Games. Off the court she kept on studying for 11 years in Tsinghua University, Nottingham University and Cambridge University. Through her hard work, she received a Doctor’s degree in economy from the Cambridge eventually in 2008. As a result, she became the first one as an athlete who had achieved such a remarkable achievement, for which she had changed the 8-hundred-year history of the Cambridge. Indeed she gave the world a great surprise.