高中英语必修2 Unit 2 单元练习
1. You cannot c_________ with others in the job market if you don’t have a
2. The reporter tried to i___________ more people to collect more
3. The newspaper has lots of a___________, which help us to find a good
4. The suspect(嫌疑人) a __________ his crime to the police.
5. He is an h__________ person. You can believe in him.
6. The boy made a ____________(诺言) to his parents about his plans.
7. The family has many _____________(亲戚) in Canada.
8. The __________(有魔力的) tools are popular with young children.
II. 完成下列句子. （每题3分，共24分）
1. I went to see my grandfather __________________________(每几周).
2. He decided to travel by car ____________________(而不是) by train.
3. He never listens to anything , expect when it ___________________(有
4. Since he has decided to go there, nothing will ______________(改变主
5. At last he ____________________________(成功解决出) this problem.
6. I would ___________________(用车接你) at the school gate.
7. It’s said that they ____________________________(已经结婚10年了)。
8. Tom admitted having cheated in the exam, _________________(答应下
A. be/get used to ; used to;
1. I _________ enjoy gardening, but I don’t have enough time now.
2. It took me several days to __________ living in this area.
3. Wood can __________ to be made into paper.
B. take part in; attend
1. They ________ the heated discussion soon., which made me very happy.
2. Born in Guangzhou, he ________ high school in Jiangsu.
3. Would you like to _________ the opening ceremony?
C. join; join in;
1. Li Ming doesn’t like to _________ the night club.
2. They ________ us in complaining about service in this hotel.
3. They took no interest in __________ the celebrations.
D. as well, as well as; also; too; either
1. We ________ went to see the film.
2. I like walking, and I like watching TV, ________.
3. You might ________ stay at home at this moment.
4. He didn’t get the news, _________.
5. She ____________ her parents is leaving for the First Island.
1. Don’t worry about that. It _______________(finish) next week.
2. She ________________(meet) by her friends as soon as she arrives.
3. I hear that more than one million dollars _______________(spend) on the
4. Many chances ______________(lose) if you don’t work hard.
5. The sports meeting ______________ (hold) next month.
My ears are recently full of joyous remarks from my friends such as, “Oh, Beckham is so handsome, so cool that I can’t help falling in love with him!” or “What perfect sills he has!” Yeah, I，though I sometimes do want to them how much they know about Beckham, apart from his appearance and how much they know about football apart from goals. It seems funny that we are for things, with which we are unfamiliar or about which we are uncertain, but we all, my friends as well as I, consider this one of life’s.
We need these pleasures to bright up our lives. But that doesn’tto craziness or nonsense. As an old saying goes: “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Wenot judge anything from its appearance. We should all know, it is one’s goodand great contribution that makes one a star and unforgettable. Therefore we’d better say about Beckham’s good looks.
, we can find that the things that move us to be really happy or sad have a clear meaning. If we don’t go deeper and are just things, sooner or later we will find that we have not really gained anything because our first has blinded and misled(误导) us, and we’ll remain ignorant(无知的we realize that and make some changes.
It is believed that thinking and going deeper than before is sign of great progress. If one day we are willing to go deeper into everything, no matter how much it us, we will finally prove how much we up, how much more sensible, mature(成熟的), and intelligent(智慧的) we have become.
1 A like B agree C hope D think
2 A askB tellC teach D doubt
3 A kicking B hitting C scoringD contro
4 A thankful B crazyC curiousD anxious
5 A aims B qualities C pleasuresD truths
6 A come B increase C amountD rise
7 A daredB would C could D should
8 A thinking B character C looks D ability
9 A moreB something C less D nothing
10 A loveB sleepC senseD thought
11 A material B deepC surfaceD pleasant
12 A conclusionB experienceC lesson D impression
13 A since B although C unlessD before
14 A worries B painsC satisfiesD offers
15 A given B sentC builtD grown VI. 阅读理解
When traveling abroad, it is wise to carry your money in traveler's checks because checks are protected against loss or theft. If your checks are lost or stolen, the issuing authority will refund(赔偿) your money.
Not only are they safe, they are also convenient. They are available in different currencies(货币) and they can be cashed at most banks throughout the world. Most shops, hotels and restaurants also accept them. Traveler's checks are very easy to use. When you collect them, you sign each check once. The cashier enters the amount in your passport. When you cash, you sign each check again. The cashier will usually ask to see your passport again too.
To get traveler's checks you usually go to your bank. They can be paid in cash or in other ways. Large amounts, however, must be ordered in advance.
For the safety and convenience of traveler's checks, you are charged two
commissions(佣金，酬劳): an insurance commission when you buy them and an encashment commission when you cash them.
It is suitable to make a note of the serial numbers of your checks. Keep this
separate from your traveler's checks.
1. People like to carry their money in traveler’s checks when traveling abroad, because______
A. they cannot be lost or stolen B. they can be used anywhere
C. they are safe and handy D. they can save travelers plenty of money
2. If your traveler's checks are lost or stolen, who will refund you?
A. The authority that issues you the passport.
B. The insurance company.
C. The bank where you buy your checks.
D. The travel agency that arranges your travel.
3. You sign your traveler’s check for the second time in order to ________.
A. get your passport B. cash it
C. claim(要求) insuranceD. pay for commission
4. Which of the following statement is TRUE?
A. You need not pay a commission for the safety of your traveler’s checks.
B. People usually get traveler’s checks from foreign banks.
C. Traveler’s checks can be exchanged for the money of the country you visit.
D. You cannot get your passport until you get your traveler’s checks.
写作要求：1 标题：What Can We Do for the Olympics of 2008?
(参考词汇： prepare for为……准备； environment 环境；
In modern society, more and more people have great pressure in their work.
They have to work day and night. Some of them suffer from too much work. Some are even killed by the overwork.
Which is more important, health or wealth? Some people think that wealth is more important than health. In their opinion, money is everything. "I would rather be the slave of money than the slave of people.”This is what they appreciate most. In order to earn money, some of them spend most of the time working, running the rest of their lives for wealth.
As a matter of fact, health is more important than wealth because health is the foundation of wealth. Without health, you can hardly imagine where the wealth comes from. Even if you are wealthy, how can you enjoy your wealth when you have lost your health? In other words, wealth is based on health and wealth serves health. However, we cannot ignore wealth. Without money, we can do nothing.
1）with the development of… 2) living standard
3) each coins has two sides. 4) prefer to do sth rather than do sth
5) in poor condition 6) sth is more important than…
人教版高中英语必修2 Unit 2 单元练习
1. compete 2. interview 3. advertisements 4. admitted 5. honest 6. promise
7. relations / relatives 8. magical
1. every few weeks 2. instead of / rather than 3. relates to / is related to 4. change his mind 5. succeeded in working out / managed to work out 6. pick you up 7. have been married for ten years 8. promising not to do that next time
A: 1 used to 2 get used to 3 be used to
B: 1 took part in 2 attended 3 attend
C: 1 join 2 joined 3 joined in
D: 1 also 2 too 3 as well 4 either 5 as well as
1. will be finished 2. will be met 3. will be spent 4. will be lost 5. is going to be held / will be held
VI. 完形填空: 1--5 BACBC 6--10 CDBCD 11—15 CDCBD
VII. 阅读理解: 1-4 CCBC
VIII. 写作: 第一节:基础写作:
What Can We Do for the Olympics of 2008?
The Olympic Games of 2008, which is one of the most important events in the history of sports, will be held in Beijing. Every country in the world, including China, is preparing for it. It will do good to the friendship between China and any other country in the world. We should try to improve our environment and build enough stadiums as well as widening the roads in Beijing. As a student, I must try to learn English well and try to do something for the Olympic Games. 第二节:任务写作:
As the development of scientific technology, we enter the modern society, in
which our living standard can be raised greatly. However, each coin has two sides. We also have great pressure in this society.
Quite a lot of people work day and night, trying to gain as much wealth as
possible. Some of us prefer to get wealth rather than health, which is leading their health to being poorer and poorer.
In my opinion, we should pay great attention to our health because it's the basic of our lives. It's so important that we should not ignore it at all. If we are in poor condition of health, how can we work hard for our wealth? To be healthy, we not only have to pay attention to our physical health but also health in psychology, which is much more important than the former. Life would never come back to us once we lost it. Therefore, we should try to protect it and respect it.
必修3 Unit 1 Festivals around the world
（1）In the United States, there were 222 people 1.__________（report）to be billionaires（亿万富翁）in 2003. The 2.__________of these is Bill Gates, worth at least $ 41 billion, who made his money 3.__________starting the company Microsoft. Mr. Gates was only 21 years old 4.__________he first helped to set up the company in 1976. He was a billionaire 5. __________the time he was 6.__________, there are still some other people who have made lots of money at even 7.__________（young）ages. Other young people who have struck it rich include Jackie Coogan and Shirley Temple. 8.__________of these child actors made over a million dollars 9.__________（act）in movies before they were 14. But 10. __________ youngest billionaire is Albert von Thurn und Taxis of Germany, who, in 2001, inherited （继承）a billion dollars when he turned 18! Part two :完形填空
Hey, Tahlia! How's the model?"
I had just taken a bite of my hot dog __26_ I heard a familiar voice yelling at me from across the crowded school yard. I saw a group of popular girls who were all __27__.
"What kind of __28__ are you going to do? An ad for a Frankenstein movie?" More laughter. My stomach twisted into a tight knot. How could they humiliate (羞辱) me like this, __29__ the entire school? As I walked into the cafeteria, I _30_ the dark scars on my right hand.
At 9 months old, I knocked over a tea pot and dumped boiling water allover my hands and stomach. My parents __31__ me to the hospital, but I had to have skin graft (移植) operation. I was in so much pain! But what __32__ me most were the cruel things people said about how I looked, __33__ that day at lunch.
The girls were being supermean to me because they'd heard I was considering doing some modeling. A close friend had suggested that I shouldn't let my scars limit me and that I might __34__ a good model.
But after that __35__ at school, I was sure I'd made a huge mistake. Upon arriving home, I covered the mirror with a blanket, fell on my bed and sobbed.
The next day, I __36__ myself to go to school. At lunch my best friend Jesse tried to encourage me: "You can't _37__ forever, Tahlia. So what if you have a few scars? Just go outside and show them that you're just as good as they are." Although I knew he was right, I couldn’t _38__ standing up for myself like that.
However, that night as I sat on the bed, my friend's words replayed in my mind. I'm _39_ hiding from myself, I thought. How stupid! Slowly, I stood up, walked over to the __40__, and tossed the blanket aside. There, in the mirror I saw a slim, dark-haired, blue-eyed girl, looking just fine, _41__ with a few scars.
The next day I wore a comfortable T-shirt to school. What's more, I had lunch outside the cafeteria, _42__ beside those mean girls. They were shocked that I should dare to walk into their territory. I felt _43__ too—free and happy.
Sometimes people still look at me strangely. They _44__ and stare, but I don't let it get to me. I have applied to several modeling companies, and at least one company is considering me for jobs. Maybe I'll never __45__ posing on the runway, but I do know one thing: I'm done. 26. A. asB. when C. whileD. before 27. A. applauding B. cheeringC. laughingD. quarreling 28. A. modelingB. writingC. drillingD. acting 29. A. in spite of B. in view of C. in terms of D. in front of 30. A. looked into B. searched for C. wondered aboutD. glanced at 31. A. presented B. sent C. rushed D. handed 32. A. hurt B. beat C. disappointed D. puzzled 33. A. for B. like C. onD. after 34. A. impress B. make C. consult D. defeat 35. A. effect B. phenomenon C. challenge D. scene 36. A. forced B. expectedC. remindedD. preferred
37. A. apologize B. beg C. hide D. complain 38. A. considerB. imagineC. appreciate D. resist 39. A. hardly B. ever C. even D. gradually 40. A. blanketB. bed C. chairD. mirror 41. A. whileB. though C. but D. because 42. A. rightB. stillC. therefore D. anyhow 43. A. sensitive B. uncomfortable C. different D. tense 44. A. compareB. associate C. wave D. whisper 45. A. give upB. end up C. put up D. set up Part three :阅读理解A 篇
Tea drinking was common in China for nearly one thousand years before anyone in Europe had ever heard about tea．People in Britain were much slower in finding out what tea was like, mainly because tea was very expensive. It could not be bought in shops and even those people who could afford to have it sent from Holland did so only because it was a fashionable curiosity. Some of them were not sure how to use it. They thought it was a vegetable and tried cooking the leaves. Then they served them mixed with butter and salt. They soon discovered their mistake but many people used to spread the used tea leaves on bread and give them to their children as sandwiches. Tea remained scarce and very expensive in England until the ships of the East India Company began to bring it direct from China early in the seventeenth century. During the next few years so much tea came into the country that the price fell and many people could afford to buy it. At the same time people on the Continent were becoming more and more fond of tea．Until then tea had been drunk without milk in it, but one day a famous French lady named Madame de Sevigne decided to see what tea tasted like when milk was added．She found it so pleasant that she would never again drink it without milk. Because she was such a great lady her friends thought they must copy everything she did, so they also drank their tea with milk in it. Slowly this habit spread until it reached England and today only very few Britons drink tea without milk.
At first, tea was usually drunk after dinner in the evening No one ever thought of drinking tea in the afternoon until a duchess (公爵夫人) found that a cup of tea and a piece of cake at three or four o’clock stopped her getting “a sinking feeling” as she called it. She invited her friends to have this new meal with her and so, tea-time was born.
46．Which of the following is true of the introduction of tea into Britain? A. The Britons got expensive tea from India. B. Tea reached Britain from Holland. C．The Britons were the first people in Europe who drank tea. D．It was not until the 17th century that the Britons had tea. 47．This passage mainly discusses_____________. A．the history of tea drinking in BritainB．how tea became a popular drink in Britain
C．how the Britons got the habit of drinking tea D．how tea-time was born
48．Tea became a popular drink in Britain.
A．in eighteenth centuryB．in sixteenth century
C．in seventeenth century D．in the late seventeenth century 49．People in Europe began to drink tea with milk because. A．it tasted like milk B．it tasted more pleasant C．it became a popular drink
D．Madame de Sevinge was such a lady with great social influence that people trie o copy the way she drank tea
50．We may infer from the passage that the habit of drinking tea in Britain was mostly due to the influence of ________.
A．a famous French lady B．the ancient Chinese C．the upper social class D．people in Holland
Tea drinking was common in China for nearly one thousand years before anyone in Europe had ever heard about tea．People in Britain were much slower in finding out what tea was like, mainly because tea was very expensive. It could not be bought in shops and even those people who could afford to have it sent from Holland did so only because it was a fashionable curiosity. Some of them were not sure how to use it. They thought it was a vegetable and tried cooking the leaves. Then they served them mixed with butter and salt. They soon discovered their mistake but many people used to spread the used tea leaves on bread and give them to their children as sandwiches. Tea remained scarce and very expensive in England until the ships of the East India Company began to bring it direct from China early in the seventeenth century. During the next few years so much tea came into the country that the price fell and many people could afford to buy it. At the same time people on the Continent were becoming more and more fond of tea．Until then tea had been drunk without milk in it, but one day a famous French lady named Madame de Sevigne decided to see what tea tasted like when milk was added．She found it so pleasant that she would never again drink it without milk. Because she was such a great lady her friends thought they must copy everything she did, so they also drank their tea with milk in it. Slowly this habit spread until it reached England and today only very few Britons drink tea without milk. At first, tea was usually drunk after dinner in the evening No one ever thought of drinking tea in the afternoon until a duchess (公爵夫人) found that a cup of tea and a piece of cake at three or four o’clock stopped her getting “a sinking feeling” as she called it. She invited her friends to have this new meal with her and so, tea-time was born.
51．Which of the following is true of the introduction of tea into Britain? A. The Britons got expensive tea from India. B. Tea reached Britain from Holland. C．The Britons were the first people in Europe who drank tea. D．It was not until the 17th century that the Britons had tea. 52．This passage mainly discusses_____________. A．the history of tea drinking in Britain
B．how tea became a popular drink in Britain
C．how the Britons got the habit of drinking tea D．how tea-time was born
53．Tea became a popular drink in Britain.
A．in eighteenth centuryB．in sixteenth century
C．in seventeenth century D．in the late seventeenth century 54．People in Europe began to drink tea with milk because. A．it tasted like milk B．it tasted more pleasant C．it became a popular drink
D．Madame de Sevinge was such a lady with great social influence that people tried to copy the way she drank tea
55．We may infer from the passage that the habit of drinking tea in Britain was mostly due to the influence of ________.
A．a famous French lady B．the ancient Chinese C．the upper social class D．people in Holland
必修3 Unit 1 Festivals around the world
（1）1. reported 2. richest/wealthiest 3. by 4. when 5. by 6. However 7. younger 8. Both 9. acting 10. the 26 — 45 BCADD CABBD ACBCD BACDB 46-55 BACDA BACDA
Unit 2 The Olympic Games
第二部分： 英语知识运用 第一节：单项填空
21. —How much should I pay for the ticket? —You needn’t. It is free of _____. A. chargeB. cost
22. If you don’t go to the museum tomorrow, _____. A. I will either C. I neither will
B. nor will I D. either I will
23. The flowers don’t need too much water; you can just water them _____. A. each other day
B. every other day
C. each of two days D. every of two days 24. —_____, John？
—Too many. But I’m very interested in collecting old coins recently. A. What are you doing B. Do you like collecting old coins C. Is there any hobby D. Do you have any hobby
25. The company which sells sea food has been _____ 20,000 dollars for breaking safety rules. A. given
26. —It is a good way to _____ your products on the Internet if you want to attract more customers. —Sounds great!
A. makeB. send C. leave
27. —How can we get to the airport, Jane? It’s too far and too expensive to take a taxi.
—Don’t worry. There is a _____ bus service to the air- port.
B. generalC. normal D. usual
28. It is no use ____ with that mean storekeeper, for he won’t cut down the price. A. debating
B. talking D. bargaining
29. The two top students in Mr. Green’s class competed _____ each other for the highest marks. A. to
B. for C. in
30. —Jessica is very bright and studies very hard _____. —No wonder she always gets the first place in the examination. A. as well
B. as well as D. also
31. Let me introduce my cousin to you, who _____ to a famous university last year. A. had been admitted
B. admitted D. has been admitted
C. was admitted
32. —Do you know what the letters MBA _____? —Sorry, I don’t know.
A. stand for B. stand by C. belong to D. take place 33. It was in the hotel _____ my father works _____ I met the film star. A. that; that
B. where; where C. where; that
D. that; where
34. —Do you have any favorite _____?
—Yes. ―Opportunities are for those who get ready‖ always encourages me to work hard. A. expression
35. —Bob failed in the exam again. —He _____ it; he never worked hard. A. deserved
B. knewC. consideredD. missed
The yearly marathon (a long-distance running race of 42.195km) in my town
usually occurs during a heat wave. My job was to follow behind the runners in an
―We’re supposed to stay behind the runner, so take it slowly,‖ I said to the
driver, Doug, as the race started.
silk running shorts and a loose white T-shirt.
We knew we were already watching our ―last runner‖. Her 残
废的)that it seemed almost impossible for her to be able to walk, 41 alone run a marathon.
Doug and I in silence as she slowly moved forward. she was the only
one end of a ribbon(缎带)of crepe paper(绉纸) to a post. She slowly crossed through, leaving both ends of the paper fluttering(飘动)behind her.
I do not know this woman’s name, but that day she became a part of my –a
part I often depend on. For her, it wasn’t about difficult or I get those ―I-just-can’t-do-it,‖ I think of the last runner. Then I realize ( ) 36. A. so that ( ) 37. A. first ( ) 38. A. run ( ) 39. A. drawn ( ) 40. A. hands ( ) 41. A. let
B. in case B. best
C. even though C. only
D. only if D. last D. appear D. caught D. body D. take
B. separate B. thrown B. legs B. leave
C. disappear C. fixed C. arms C. speak
( ) 42. A. watched B. drove C. observed C. Naturally C. as
D. Finally D. until
( ) 43. A. Quickly B. Unluckily ( ) 44. A. since
( ) 45. A. pain ( ) 46. A. tired
B. determination C. strength B. waiting
C. cheering C. Yet C. came
D. desire D. impatient
( ) 47. A. Besides B. Therefore ( ) 48. A. stood
D. had D. tying D. led D. life D. beating D. winning D. what D. hopeful
( ) 49. A. helping B. catching ( ) 50. A. kept ( ) 51. A. dream
B. tied B. feeling
C. holding C. connected C. idea
( ) 52. A. following B. hoping C. encouraging C. starting
( ) 53. A. finishing B. realizing ( ) 54. A. where
( ) 55. A. difficult B. interesting
We learned something was happening when one of the ship’s officers came up to
the chief engineer, who was sit-ting at the table, and spoke to him in a low voice. The chief engineer got up at once, and with a short excuse, left the dining room. We thought that there had been an accident or that a fire had broken out. We soon noticed that the ship was slowing down, and then, with a sudden violent motion, it began to turn around. Some of the passengers stopped eating and rushed up to the deck (甲板). Others crowded around the ship windows and we finally joined the watchers.
It turned out that one of the sailors had seen a man in the ocean some distance
from the ship. The captain had then ordered the ship to be turned around at once. A lifeboat had already been lowered into the water. In it were four sailors, an officer and the ship’s doctor. About two hundred yards away, the man was seen holding on something that looked like a broken part of a small fishing boat.
The lifeboat finally reached the man, and he was then pulled into the boat. Why,
then, was the man floating (飘浮) on the ocean？He had missed the ship and decided
56. From the passage we can learn that the officer actually told the chief engineer that there was _____.
A. an accident B. a fire C. a man in the ocean D. some passengers on the deck 57. How many people were there in the lifeboat in the be-ginning? A. Four.
B. Five. C. Six.D. Seven.
58. The man floating on the ocean was probably _____. A. a sailorB. a passenger C. a swimmer
D. a fisherman
59. The underlined sentence in the last paragraph probably means _____. A. he finally succeededB. he made all this trouble
C. he made the fishing boat himself D. he made this joke
The first ancient Olympic Games for which we still have written records were
held in 776 BC. Coroebus won the only event at the Olympics. This made him the very first Olympic champion in history. Then they grew and continued to be played every four years. In 393 AD, the Roman emperor Theodosius I, a Christian, announced to end the Games because of their pagan (异教的) influences. About 1,500 years later, a young Frenchman named Pierre de Coubertin began their revival (恢复). In 1892 Cou-bertin first brought forward his idea to revive the Olympic Games but failed.
Two years later, Coubertin organized a meeting with 79 delegates (代表) who
represented nine countries. At this meeting he got what he wanted. All the delegates at the con-ference voted for the Olympic Games. They also decided to have Coubertin set up an international committee to organize the Games. This committee became the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Demetrious Vikelas from Greece was selected to be its first president. Athens was chosen for the revival of the Olympic Games and the planning was begun.
The very first modern Olympic Games opened in the first week of April, 1896.
Since the Greek government had been unable to afford a stadium, a rich Greek