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  正贤英 语外研社高一英语Molue1―3检测题


  1. ---Which do you prefer , swimming or skiing? ---Swimming is OK, and _________.


  A. so is skiing B. neither is skiing C. so skiing is D. neither skiing is


  2. Noise is unpleasant, _____when you are trying to get some sleep.


  A. generally B. usually C. special D. especially


  3. ---Do you think we will have good weather next week? ---___________.


  A I hope so B. I think it C. I think not so D. I hope to


  4.Rather than ____at home, she preferred ____ with us.


  A. to stay; to go B. staying; going C. stay; go D. stay; to go


  5. ---What about having a drink? ---________.


  A Me, too. B. Help yourself C. Go ahead, please. D. Good idea


  6. It is not easy to enter the garden in the daytime_____ being noticed.


  A. without B. instead of C. unless D. before


  7. It’s a pleasant day for a picnic. I’m sure we’ll ______.


  A. have a fun B. have fun C. enjoy fun D. get funny


  8. ---What does Mr White think of Tom? ---He _____Tom a good student.


  A Recognizes B. expect C. considers D. agrees


  9. I often have conversations with John over ___ phone, but keep in touch with Tom by writing ___ letters.


  A. /; the B. /;a C. the;/ D. the; a


  10. You’ve missed your____. So you’ll have to wait until next round. A. chance B. time C. way D. turn


  11. ---Where have you been, Mr Brown? ---I ___to the evening party.


  A have been inviting B. have been invited C. had been invited D. am invited


  12. Kate returned home only yesterday. ---____? Where had she been? A Really B. What C. Yes D. How


  13. ---He can’t swim. ---It’s ___, for he grew up at the seaside! A amazedB. amazing C. bored D. boring


  14. Remember me to your parents and I ____hearing from you soon.A. expect B. want C. appreciate D. hope


  15. ---An Indian or a Chinese meal?---____________.


  A. It’s up to you B. I’ll follow you C. That’s settled D. That’s OK

  完形填空


  I live in a big city. It’s noisy and dirty and I got very 16 .At the weekends I like to leave the city and get some 17 air and a good rest. A few weeks ago I decided to go to see my 18 . I was really looking forward to it.

  My parents live a long way 19 . I went to see them with James, a friend, and we drove on Friday night. In the middle of the 20 it began to rain. The road became very 21 and it was difficult to drive. We arrived home just after midnight, feeling very 22 . The next 23 it was still raining. James took his 24 to a garage which was very good.


  In the afternoon the 25 improved. We wanted to go for a 26 . My parents lent us their car. That was no good. Their car didn’t 27 . We rang up the garage. “Oh,” they said, “your car 28 be ready till tomorrow.” So it wasn’t 29 to go for a drive. We decided to play a word game. When we didn’t 30 a word we looked for a dictionary. It wasn’t there. 31 suddenly my mother remembered, “I lent it to your sister. She took it with her when she left.” The word game wasn’t any good 32 a dictionary.

  On Sunday my mother dropped a heavy box on her 33 and we had to hire a 34 to take her to hospital. When James and I drove back we got stuck in a car accident. Next time I want a rest, I’ll stay 35 .


  16. A. angry B. surprised C. sad D. bored 17. A. warm B. cool C. cold D. fresh


  18. A. aunt B. friends C. parents D. workmates 19. A. away B. here C. there D. far


  20. A. day B. night C. journey D. road 21. A. narrow B. wet C. dirty D. crowded


  22. A. happy B. excited C. tired D. thirsty 23. A. morning B. day C. afternoon D. evening


  24. A. clothes B. car C. books D. machine 25. A. car B. clothes C. weather D. work


  26. A. drive B. trip C. ran D. walk 27. A. move B. run C. start D. work


  28. A. mustn’t B. couldn’t C. wouldn’t D. won’t 29. A. interesting B. necessary C. possible D. wonderful


  30. A. agree about B. talk about C. think over D. go over31. A. Luckily B. Suddenly C. Slowly D. Quickly


  32. A. for B. in C. with D. without 33. A. foot B. leg C. head D. floor


  34. A. truck B. taxi C. bike D. bus 35. A. in the country B. in the city C. in my home D. in the garage

  阅读理解


  Do you know what couch-potato means? Well, in America, the word is now often used. The American couch-potato becomes maybe even a part of the American tradition! You see,杭州翻译, in America, many people often spend their free time sitting on a couch watching TV. As there are many channels to choose, the TV can be quite interesting and very addictive. One may sit and watch TV for hours and hours without stop! Well, these people who do nothing all day except watching TV are called couch-potatoes.


  In America, when one watches TV, one is most often sitting on a couch. While watching TV, most of these people look so frozen that they almost look like dead things! Everyone is sitting still with eyes looking right into the same black box. Also because these people are addictive to TV, they don’t take exercise and usually get very fat. So in many ways, these people look like real potatoes! Well, because they look so still and fat, and watch TV on a couch, they are all called couch-potatoes. Now that you know what a couch-potato means, the next time if you see someone watching TV too long, just say, “What a couch-potato!”


  36. The word “couch-potato” means someone who________.


  A. loves sitting on a couch all the time B. spends a lot of time sitting and watching TV


  C. likes eating potatoes on a couch D. enjoys eating on a couch and doing nothing


  37. This passage mainly tells us________. A. how to watch TV B. why couch-potatoes are very fat


  C. what couch-potatoes are D. where the new word is used


  38. Which of the following should be the writer’s suggestion?


  A. Take more exercise. B. Never watch TV. C. Don’t sit on a couch. D. Don’t watch TV too much.


  B The new generation of Australians is fast becoming fat,杭州翻译公司, pale and lazy. A love of junk food, television and computer games has sent the country’s waistline increasing, with Australians weighing as the world’s second fattest nation after the United States.


  Rather than hitting the beaches, thousands of young Australians are heading for the bed with a bag of popcorn. Today one child out of every four is classified as overweight. The trend is squashing the widely-held image of Australians as being sun-bronzed and super fit. “The rate of getting too fat, especially among children, seems to be going up faster in Australia than anywhere else in the world, but we don’t know why,” said Dr Peter Williams, president of the Dietitians Association of Australia.


  People from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, report that 60 percent of men, 50 percent of women and 25 percent of children are overweight or obese. It is a huge jump from 5 percent in the 1960s. A habitable lifestyle and a changing diet have doubled the number of obese Australians and tripled the amount of fat children in the past period. As a result of this increase, direct health costs related to childhood fat have risen to about A$830 million a year. Data shows childhood fat in Australia is rising at the rate of one percent a year, a trend which suggests half of all young Australians will be overweight.


  39. What’s the main problem of today’s Australians according to the passage?


  A. People love snack food, television and computer games too much.


  B. With the improvement of living conditions, people become fat and strong.


  C. People, especially the children become fat and less strong. D. People spend too much trying to lose weight.


  40. Which of the following statements is true?


  A. Now more and more people realized the importance of losing weight.


  B. With the help of the government, people are trying to change their lifestyle and diet.


  C. In the past ten years, the number of the fat children has doubled. D. If people don’t control the rate of getting too fat within the next twenty years, half of young Australians will be overweight.


  41. What does the underlined word “obese” mean? A. obey B. very fat C. thin D. healthy


  单词拼写 51. It is known that IT stands for _____ (信息) Technology.

  52. What is your _______ (态度) to studying English? 53.Li Kang is very _____ (印象深刻) with the teachers in his new school. 54. I take part in all kinds of after-school _____ (活动)


  55. After I told him the truth, he apologized ______ (马上). 56. The woman _____ (承认) that she had killed her husband. 57. Most students hope to have _____ (轻松的) relationship with their teachers.


  58. The shop closes at _____ (半夜), so you can go there after work.

  59. Monica was very _____ (尴尬的) when she fell over with everyone watching.

  60. The good results in his early study of English were very ____ (鼓舞人心的).

  Modules1---3


  1―5 ADADD 6―10 ABCCD 11―15 BABCA


  16―20 DDCAC 21―25 BCABC 26―30 ADDCA 31―35 BDABB


  36―41BDDCDB51. Information 52. attitude 53. impressed 54. activities 55. immediately 56. admitted 57. relaxed 58.midnight 59. embarrassed 60. encouraging

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