人教必修5 Unit5单元测试卷 第一卷（选择题 共85分）
第一节:单项填空(共15小题；每小题1分，满分15分)1、You may depend on______ that tour friends will help you whenever you need it.A them B yourself C it D me2、They were walking along the shore______ a huge wave appeared out of nowhere, sweep them out to sea.A while B as C when D since3、You won’t make much progress______ you work hard.A be cause B unless C when D while4、It makes______ whether Mr. .Smith joins in our discussion or not.A no sense B no difference C no point D no use5、This plan will be prevented______.A carrying out B from carrying out C being carried out D from being carried out６、_What happened to him?－He ______by a snake when he went through the forest.A gets bitten B got bitten C is bitten D was being bitten７、These volunteers of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games on______.A what to give first aid B how to aid C how to give first aid D what to offer first aid８、I like _____ color of your skirt. It is _____ good match for your blouse. A. a; the B. a; a C. the; a D. the; the９、The present situation there is more serious than______.A expected B expectation C expect D has been expected 10、－Have you got au the lights______ yet?－Yes, everything is ready for the party.A in place B in place of C out of place D in places11、I’ll probably get lost ______I haven’t got a wary good of direction.A ability B sense C meaning D way12、 I have little doubt______ the plan will succeed.A that B if C whether D because13、－Can you give me some advice on how to improve my English? －sure In my opinion, the only way to improve your English is to practice speaking_______.Which of the following is wrong?A over and over again B repeatedly C over and over D over again14. ---Tony said he could fix my bicycle, but I really doubt it.---______. He‘s very good at this sort of thing.A. Don‘t worry B. I couldn‘t agree moreC. Of course D. A piece of cake15. It _____ we had stayed together for a couple of weeks ____ I found we had a lot in common. A. was until; when B. was until; that C. wasn’t until; when D. wasn’t until; that第二节：完形填空（共20小题，每小题1.5分，满分30分）阅读下面短文，掌握其大意，然后从16－35各题所给的A.B.C.D四个选项中，选出最佳选项。Roberta appeared on the stage. She took a deep breath and began to 16. Now she was Portia, a strong –willed 17 in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. The theater was filled with people. She was speaking with a power she had never before experienced; the words flowing 18 form her.19, Roberta had never acted in her life before the audition （选拔试演）. She 20 being in front of other people. She was very 21 at school. She had never thought she was good enough at anything to 22 much attention. She stayed mostly to herself, making 23 friends. She had excellent grades, 24 she always thought that something was missing.Two weeks before the audition, Roberta’s mother had heard about it and 25 her to join in.“I can’t think of anyone else better suited to 26 the part. Remember all the plays you used to act out for us?”Her mother wouldn’t let the 27 drop. “You’re just a little scared (害怕) .Everyone gets scared. You know you 28 do it. The trick is to look past the 29 to find the love of what you’re doing.’’So Roberta had made an appointment (预约) with the head of the Drama Club. She had read the play and found herself excited by the 30 of speaking such rich words. In secret she practiced Portia’s part, 31 the lines by repeating them over and over. It wasn’t hard; she 32 every minute of it. Every time she spoke the words, she had a new 33 of the lines, as if Shakespeare had written Portia on many levels.On the day of the audition, she 34 two of Portia’s famous speeches for the auditors. When she had finished, the head of the Drama Club announced the 35 was hers. 16. A. sing B. dance C. speak D. report17. A. member B. actress C. player D. character18 .A. weakly B. rapidly C. smoothly D. slowly19. A. At first B. In fact C. After all D. In all20. A. hated B .enjoyed C. appreciated D.regretted21. A. honest B. shy C polite D. patient 22. A. avoid B. focus C. pay D. attract23．A. few B. a few C. several D. many24．A. or B.so C. for D. but25．A. forced B.requested C. encouraged D. reminded26．A. accept B. play C. offer D. learn27．A. role B.matter C.interest D. grade28．A. can B.must C.may D. should29．A. anger B. pain C.sadness D. fear30．A purpose B. way C. idea D. importance31．A. memorizing B. organizing C. checking D. improving32．A. disliked B. loved C.expected D. bore33．A. consideration B.description C. selection D.understanding34．A. practiced B. planned C. performed D. delivered 35．A. part B. play C.speech D.position 第二部分：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A、B、C、D四个选项中，选出最佳选项。
It is difficult for doctors to help a person with a damaged brain. Without enough blood, the brain lives for only three to five minutes. More often the doctors can’t fix the damage. Sometimes they are afraid to try something to help because it is dangerous to work on the brain. The doctors might make the person worse if he operates on the brain.
Dr. Robert White, a famous professor and doctor, thinks he knows a way to help. He thinks doctors should make the brain very cold. If it is very cold, the brain can live without blood for 30 minutes. This gives the doctor a longer time to do something for the brain.
Dr. White tried his idea on 13 monkeys. First he taught them to do different jobs, and then he operated on them. He made the monkeys‘ blood go through a machine. The machine cooled the blood. Then the machine sent the blood back to the monkeys‘ brains. When the brain’s temperature was 10°C, Dr. White stopped the blood to the brain. After 30 minutes he turned the blood back on. He warmed the blood again. After their operations the monkeys were like they had been before. They were healthy and busy. Each one could still do the jobs the doctor had taught them.
36. The biggest difficulty in operating on the damaged brain is that _______.
A. the time is too short for doctors B. the patients are often too nervous
C. the damage is extremely hard to fix D. the blood-cooling machine might break down
37. The brain operation was made possible mainly by _______.
A. taking the blood out of the brain B. trying the operation on monkeys first
C. having the blood go through a machine D. lowering the brain’s temperature
38. With Dr. White’s new idea, the operation on the damaged brain _______.
A. can last as long as 30 minutes B. can keep the brain’s blood warm
C. can keep the patient’s brain healthy D. can help monkeys do different jobs
39. What is the right order of the steps in the operation?
a. send the cooled blood back to the brain
b. stop the blood to the brain
c. have the blood cooled down
d. operate on the brain
A. a, b, c, d B. c, a, b, d C. c, b, d, a D. b, c, d, a
I spent the first eight years of my education in a small. However, in the ninth grade I moved to a huge public high school. I went from a class of 30 kids to a class of almost 100! I was shy and did not have much experience of socializing. I felt invisible there.
They had a tradition in this class. On your birthday everyone would sing “Happy Birthday to You” and then members of the opposite sex would line up and give you a hug. My birthday was early in the school year, and since I didn’t know anyone to tell I figured that no one would notice. Little did I know that the teacher had looked at the school records and knew about my birthday. On my birthday I suddenly found myself at the center of everyone’s attention. Before I knew what was happening, everyone was singing to me and I had a bunch of girls waiting to give me a hug!
I was completely confused. My heart was racing! It wasn’t until the fourth or fifth hug that I realized what I was saying “Happy Birthday” in a shy voice during each embrace. I tried to stop, but my brain I was so busy that I couldn’t control my mouth. Each girl gave me a wish, and I gave her the same in return.
Later, whenever we greeted each other with a hug we would say.” Happy Birthday”.
40、By saying “I felt invisible there”, the writer meant that he was not ______.
A. independent B. important C. noticed D. excited
41、What can we infer from the last paragraph?
A. The writer was still being laughed at by his classmates.
B. The writer had completely become a part of the class.
C. Wishing his classmates a happy birthday had become a habit of the writer.
D. The writer didn’t mind people playing jokes on him.
42. Where is the passage probably taken from?
A. A piece of news B A story book C An advertisement D. A research book
Camp memories last forever! We make sure they are unforgettable!
Shadow Ridge Summer Camps offer so many exciting things for campers to do. Unlike other camp programs that include horses as a small part of their program, at Shadow Ridge horses ARE the program! We are 100%horse from stable(马厩)management, nature walks, and track rides to bedroom furnishings.
Horses help us achieve many of our aims. Girls can learn to develop responsibility, self-confidence and personal connections in their lives while having fun. Using horses as a wonderful tool for education, our camps offer an interesting place for growth and learning.
Imagine each girl having her very own horse to spend time with and a best friend to love and take care of. Each camper is responsible for a horse for the week. Our riding program provides a lot of riding and lesson time. Campers will learn how to take care of the horse and the tack(马具), as well as how to ride. Days are filled with horse-related activities to strengthen the connection between each girl and horse, as the girls learn to work safely around the horses.
At Shadow Ridge we try to create a loving, caring family atmosphere for our campers. We have “The Bunkhouse” (4 girls), the“Wranglers Roost” (4 girls), and “The Hideout” (2 girls) in our comfortable 177-year-old farm house. All meals are home cooked, offering delicious and healthy food for the hungry rider.
Our excellent activities create personalized memories of your child‘s vacation; each child will receive a camp T-shirt and a photo album (usually 300-500 pictures) of their stay at camp.
Our camps are offered during June, July and August 2007, for small groups of girls aged 13-16 years, not only from Canada but also other parts of the world.
We will send you full program descriptions at your request.
43. What is the main purpose of the passage?
A. To attract people to the camps. B. To talk about camping experiences.
C. To describe the programs of the camps. D. To explain the aims of the camps.
44. What do we know about the camp programs at Shadow Ridge?
A. Campers are required to wear camp T-shirts.
B. Horses play a central role in the activities.
C. Campers learn to cook food for themselves.
D. Horse lessons are offered all the year round.
45. The programs at Shadow Ridge mainly aim to help people________.
A. understand horses better B. enjoy a family atmosphere
C. have fun above other things D. achieve an educational purpose
46. The passage is written mainly for______.
A. horse riders B. teenage girls C. Canadian parents D. international travelers
Imagine you’re at a party full of strangers. You’re nervous. Who are these people? How do you start a conversation? Fortunately, you’ve got a thing that sends out energy at tiny chips in everyone’s name tag (标签). The chips send back name, job, hobbies, and the time available for meeting-whatever. Making new friends becomes simple.
This hasn’t quite happened in real life. But the world is already experiencing a revolution using RFID technology.
An RFID tag with a tiny chip can be fixed in a product, under your pet’s skin, even under your own skin. Passive RFID tags have no energy source-batteries because they do not need it. The energy comes from the reader, a scanning device(装置),that sends out energy (for example, radio waves)that starts up the tag immediately.
Such a tag carries information specific to that object, and the data can be updated. Already, RFID technology is used for recognizing each car or truck on the road and it might appear in your passport. Doctors can put a tiny chip under the skin that will help locate and obtain a patient’s medical records. At a nightclub in Paris or in New York the same chip gets you into the VIP (very important person) section and pays for the bill with the wave of an arm.
Take a step back: 10 or 12 years ago, you would have heard about the coming age of computing. One example always seemed to surface: Your refrigerator would know when you needed to buy more milk. The concept was that computer chips could be put everywhere and send information in a smart network that would make ordinary life simpler.
RFID tags are a small part of this phenomenon. “The world is going to be a loosely coupled set of individual small devices, connected wirelessly,”predicts Dr.J.Reich. Human right supporters are nervous about the possibilities of such technology. It goes too far tracking school kids through RFID tags, they say. We imagine a world in which a beer company could find out not only when you bought a beer but also when you drank it. And how many beers. Accompanied by how many biscuits.
When Marconi invented radio, he thought it would be used for ship-to-shore communication. Not for pop music. Who knows how RFID and related technologies will be used in the future. Here’s a wild guess: Not for buying milk.
47. The article is intended to .
A. warn people of the possible risks in adopting RFID technology
B.explain the benefits brought about by RFID technology
C.convince people of the uses of RFID technology
D.predict the applications of RFID technology
48. We know from the passage that with the help of RFID tags, people .
A. will have no trouble getting data about others
B.will have more energy for conversation
C.will have more time to make friends
D.won’t feel shy at parties any longer
49. Passive RFID tags chiefly consist of .
A. scanning devices B.radio waves C.batteries D.chips
50. Why are some people worried about RFID technology?
A. Because children will be tracked by strangers.
B.Because market competition will become fiercer.
C.Because their private lives will be greatly affected.
D.Because customers will be forced to buy more products.
51. The last paragraph implies that RFID technology .
A. will not be used for such matters as buying milk
B.will be widely used, including for buying milk
C.will be limited to communication uses
D.will probably be used for pop music
In 1905, a minor official in the Swiss Government published three scientific theories. One defined the true nature of light and led to the invention of the television. Another proved the existence of atoms, leading to the creation of nuclear power-and nuclear weapons. And the third described the exact nature of the universe itself and how everything within it related to everything else.
Shortly after that Albert Einstein was turned down for a job teaching mathematics to high school children. Now we know better. A hundred years after his great discoveries the year 2005 had been declared Einstein Year in the United Kingdom.
In fact there are two Einstein’s. The scientific Einstein changed the way the universe was understood. His special Theory of Relativity proved that time could accelerate (加速)or slow down depending on the speed at which people or objects traveled. His General Theory proved mathematically that the universe sits in a four dimensional matrix(四维空间) called “space-time”. Massive objects like the planet earth bend space and time around them, producing gravity.
These ideas are difficult for non-scientists to understand. Yet Einstein himself was recognized all over the world and his image is still used today in advertisements. The popular idea of the scientist, as seen in movies, is still based on Einstein’s wild hair and scruffy(邋遢) clothes.
People like the idea of wise man thinking great thoughts. They also like the idea that wise men are so busy thinking great thoughts that they are not too good at the everyday business of life. Einstein fitted into this category. He only had one suit of clothes, for instance, so that he didn’t have to worry about getting dressed. He loved his wife and children but would occasionally forget all about them. This was the other Einstein－the public Einstein.
52. Einstein worked as a (n) ____ in 1905.
A scientist B math teacher C theory publisher D official
53. The following are all about Theory of Relativity EXCEPT____.
A It proved to us that atoms do exist
B It led to the creation of nuclear weapons
C It exactly described the nature of the universe
D It proved that time
54. Generally speaking, the scientist in most films always wears____
A untidy clothes and hair of eye-catching styles.
B fashionable suits but white wild hair.
C wild hair and dirty- looking clothes.
D the very clothes that Einstein worn and untidy wild hair.
55. The underlined words “this category” probably refers to wise men who____.
A care about but sometimes forget about their families
B consider their work the top while their families next in their life
C value their inner beauty more than their outer beauty
D devote so much time to great thoughts as to neglect some daily life business
First 56 burns affect only the outer skin layer. The 57 appears dry, red, and mildly swollen. A first degree burn is painful and sensitive to touch. Mild sunburn and brief contact with a heat source such as a hot iron are examples of first degree burns. First degree burns should feel better within a day or two. They should heal in about a week if there are no other problems.
58 degree burns affect the skin‘s lower layers as well as the 59 skin. They are painful, swollen, and show redness and blisters. The skin also develops a weepy, watery surface. 60 of second degree burns are severe sunburn, burns caused by hot liquids and a flash from gasoline. First aid procedures can be used to treat many second degree burns depending on their location and how much area is 61（affect）.
Third degree burns affect the outer and deeper skin layers as 62 as any underlying tissue and organs. They appear black and white and charred. The skin is 63 (swell) and underlying tissue is often exposed. The pain felt with third degree burns may be less than with first or second degree burns. There can also be no pain at all when nerve endings are destroyed. Pain may be felt around the margin of the affected area, however. Third degree burns usually result 64 electric shocks, burning clothes, severe gasoline fires and the like. They always require emergency 65. (treat) They may result in hospitalization and sometimes require skin grafts.
Last weekend we went mountain-climbing. Even the
Heavy rain in the morning could not prevent us go. Setting 66. ______
Off very early, we went along an extreme narrow road, all 67. ______
in high spirits. On every sides of the road were green fields 68. ______
and some farm house. We could hear the sound of the 69. ______
rain and our footsteps mixing with our laughter. At noon 70. ______
we reached the top of the mountain. That surprised us 71. ______
most there was the beauty of scenes. After having a short 72. ______
rest there and sharing with the food we had brought, we 73. ______
started going down. It had rained even harder. We were 74. ______
wet to the skin, and we still sang and laughed happily. 75. ______
Good evening, everyone,
The English evening is about is about to begin.
1.答案：C 解析 depend on/upon it that… 为固定句型，意为“相信、指望……”
2. 答案：C解析 when 意为“这时、突然”，相当于and then。
3. 答案：B解析 because 表原因; unless 除非； when 当……的时候；while 虽然，尽管。根据句意“你不会取得多大进步，除非你努力学习”。
4. 答案：B解析 makes no difference 意为：没关系；make no sense 意为：没道理，没意义，在这里不符合句子的意思；C、D两项也不符合句意。
5. 答案：D解析 be prevented from doing 短语中介词from 不能省略，主语this plan 与carry out 之间为逻辑上的被动关系，故选D。
6. 答案：Ｂ 解析 根据句意思“被蛇咬”应用be bitten 或get bitten, 又根据语境，可判断本题用一般过去时。
7.答案：Ｃ 解析 give first aid 提供急救。
9．答案：Ａ 解析 连词than 之后省略it is。 than expected “比预料的”。
10.答案：Ａ解析 in places 在适当的位置；in place of 代替out of place 不在适当的位置，不适当的 in places 在一些地方。根据句意，“所有的灯都放好了吗？”可知应选Ａ。
11. 答案： B解析 a sense of direction 方向感。
12. 答案：A 解析 sb. have no/little doubt that…某人不怀疑…
13.答案：Ｄ over and over again=repeatedly; over and over 反复地，再三地。
15. 答案：D not until 引导的强调句
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Good evening everyone,
The English evening is about to begin. We are glad to have our headmaster and English teachers here together with the students of Senior Three. We are sure the evening will greatly increase our interest in English and improve our spoken English. Each class of Senior Three will put on two programs. We will enjoy their songs, recitations, stories and short plays. The prizes will be given out as soon as the programs are over. I hope the evening is a great success and that everyone has a wonderful time. Now, first, let’s invite our headmaster to speak to us, and then enjoy the performances.