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Unit10 You'er supposed to shake hands.SectionA基础练习  

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Unit10 You'er supposed to shake hands.SectionA基础练习

  SectionA

一、用所给词的适当形式完成填空

1.You are          (suppoes)to shake hands when you meet a friend.

2.In Columbia people have pretty          (relax) rules.

3.It is important for al of us          (know) how to greet others.

4.He often drops by his          (friend) homes.

5.Kate usually visits her friend without          (call) first.

6.I will make an effort          (stop) smonking.

7.She has travelled in          (north) countries.

8.He notes down everything that’s worth          (remember).

9.He has a pleasant          (manner),and makes friends easily.

10.If you lend him money,you can          (kiss) it good-bye.

 

二、根据句意及所给汉语,填写适当的单词或词语。

1.Don’t complain him again,he is a child          (毕竟).

2.         (花费)time with the family is important to us Chinese.

3.When I was in New Zealand,I usually          (拜访) by our friends in my free time.

4.They don’t usually have to          (计划) to meet their friends.

5.I hold an          (英国护照).

6.At bedtime,I          (脱下) my clothes and put on my pajamas.

7.Mary came across the room to          (问候)his friends.

8.Ship was for the          (海岸) with difficulties.

9.Be careful,don’t          ()your head.

10.I          (重视) your advice.

 

三、单项选择

1.It is all right if you come          late.

A.Aa bit of    B.a little of     C.a bit     D.too much

2.According to the traffic rules,everyone is supposed          a seat belt in the car.

A.wearing     B.to wear      C.to be worn      D.wear.

3.What are people in China supposed          when they meet for the firsttime?

A.to do        B.do         C.doing           D.to be done

4.Don’t plan          a car in Singapore.

A.to driving    B.on driving   C.drive        D.driving

5.You should          what you were supposed to wear.

A.ask         B.asked       C.have asked      D.had asked

6.She had never been to the Great Wall before.Today she saw it          the first time.

A.at          B.for          C.in          D.by

7.You were          to close the windows.Why were you so careless?

A.alllowed     B.belived        C.supposed     D.caused

8.I’m not sure when the plane will          and when it will land.

A.take off     B.run off      C.open up      D.stay up

9.          Your sunglasses,Sally.The sun is so bright.

A.Put down     B.      Put up    C.Put away     D.Put on

10.I feel stressed from time to time.Could you give me some advice?

            sharing your worries with your parents?

A.Why don’t you  B.How about   C.Why not   D.Would you like

 

 

四、按要求改写句子,每空一词

1.I amsupposed to shake hands when I meet my friends for the first time.(就划线部分提问)

                     you supposed          when you meet your friends for the first time?

2.You should shake hands when you meet someone for the first time.(改为同义句)

 You                              shake hands when you meet someone for the first time.

3.You should give hime something to eat for breakfast.(改为否定句)

  You          give him          to eat for breakfast.

4.The dinner at Paul’s house was OK.(就划线部分提问)

                     The dinner at Paul’s house.

5.The students needn’t hand in homework at once.(改为同义句)

  The students                              hand in their homework at once.

 

五、从方框中选出单词,用其适当的形式填空。

         Kiss       supposed      greet      relaxed        mad

1.She          Mary’s grandma on both sides of her face.

2.Yesterday the people          the foreigners the wrong way.

3.What’re you          to do when you meet your friend’s parents?

4.Jim was late for school again.His teacher got          .

5.This term we are          about our homework.

 

六、阅读理解

     The customs in different countries are rather different. If I have dinner with a Chinese host, he always puts more food onto my plate as soon as I have emptied it. That often discomforts me greatly. I have to eat the food even if I do not want to, because it is considered bad manners in the west to leave one’s food on the plate. I have also noticed that when a Chinese sits at an American’s dinner party, he often refuses the offer of drink though he’s in fact still hungry or thirsty. This might be good manners in China but it is not in the west at all. In the United States, it is impolite to keep asking someone again and again or insist on his accepting something. Americans have a direct way of speaking. If they want something, they will ask for it. If not, they will say, “No, thanks.” When an American is served with beer by the host, for example, he might say, “No, thanks. I’ll take some orange juice if you have it.” That is what an American will do. So when you go to the United States, you’d better remember the famous saying: “when in Rome, do as the Romans do.”

1.From this passage,we can know that the Chinese are usually       to the guests.

A.very hot             B.rude               C.impolite           D.cold

2.When a foreigner has dinner with a Chinese host,he often feels             .

A.pleasant             B.uncomfortable      C.satisfied           D.happy

3.Why does a Chinese often refuse the offer of food or drink at a dinner party?.

A.He has had enough.         B.He is shy.

C.He is afraid that others will laugh at him   D.He think it’s polite to do that

4.When an American wants something to eat or drink at a dinner,he will             .

A.ask for it boldly

B.refuse the offer

C.ask for it directly

D.express himself indirectly

5.”When in Rome,do as the Romans do”means”             ”.

A.When you got to Rome,you should act as the Romans do

B.When you stay in Rome,you should do as the Romans do

C.When you are in a new country,you should do as the locals do

D.Romans can be an example for you

 

七、完形填空

       Manners are important to happy relations among people. No one   1   a person with bad 
manners. A   2   with good manners never laughs at people when they are in trouble. Instead, he  3      to help them. When he asks for something, he says "  4  ". And when he receives something, he  5   says "Thank you".  He does not interrupt (
打扰)  6   people when they are talking, He does not talk loudly or laugh loudly   7   public. When he sneezes or spits(吐痰) , he uses a   8  .  If he is late, he  9   make an apology to the teacher either at the time   10   after class. 

1.A.thinks         B.likes        C.hates         D.love

2.A.boy           B.man         C.person       D.give

3.A.tries           B.want        C.has           D.enjoy

4.A.Give me       B.Please       C.Yes           D.Hello

5.A.never          B.sometime    C.usually        D.still

6.A.every           B.some         C.his            D.other

7.A.on              B.at            C.of            D.in

8.A.book           B.cup            C.handkerchief   D.hand

9.A.should          B.will           C.could         D.may

10.A.or              B.nor           C.and          D.but

 

八、阅读理解

    阅读下面短文,所给四个选项中选出正确的选项填空,使短文通顺,内容完整。

     Table manners are how to behave when you eat a meal. They include how to handle knives, forks and spoons and how to eat in a polite manner. To behave well abroad, you are to know some table manners.
    EATIN GMANNERS
     Japan: It is "perfectly" okay to slurp when you eat noodles. Unlike making big noises, slurping slightly is not rude. Japanese also say it tastes better if you slurp.
      Russia: Your wrists should be placed on the edge of the table while eating, fork in left hand, and knife in the right. It is not good manners to rest them on your lap. Keep your elbows off the table. Leave some food on your plate to show that the host has given you enough to eat.
     France: Never discuss money or religion over dinner. What is different from the manners in Russia is that finishing everything on your plate is considered good manners.
     Mexico: Whenever you catch the eye of someone who' s eating, even a stranger, it' s good manners to say "provecho", which means enjoy. In Mexico, dining is more than a meal. It's a social occasion -- lunches are seldom quick and suppers can last for hours. Where you sit matters in the country. Before you get seated, look for place cards, or wait until the host seats you. And you must say "enjoy your meal" before you leave the table. 
     DRINKING MANNERS
     America: If you empty a bottle into someone's glass, it obliges that person to buy the next bottle. It's polite to put the last drops into your own glass.
     Australia: In a pub it' s usual to buy a round of drinks for everyone in your group. When it' s your turn, say "It's my round". When it's their round, they will buy it for you. Don't leave before you've bought a round.
     Japan: Don' t fill your own glass of alcohol. Instead, you should pour for others and wait for them to do it for you.
1. When you are at table in Mexico, you should ________.
     A. keep silent if you catch the eye of a stranger
     B. eat as quickly as you can to save your time
     C. wish others happy with eating before leaving the table
     D. seat yourself anywhere before the host tell you to 
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2. According to the passage, it is good manners to ________.
     A. keep quiet when eating noodles in Japan
     B. leave some food on your plate in France
     C. put the fork in the right hand in Russia
     D. take turns to treat each other in Australia
3. Which of the following can be the best title of this passage?
     A. Eating manners                          B. Drinking manners
      C. Table manners                          D. Country manners
4. The writer tells us the table manners in many countries in order to ________.
      A. attract us to these countries to enjoy foreign food 
      B. help us behave in a polite manner in different countries
      C. teach us how to handle knives, forks and spoons
      D. make us able to express thanks to different hosts

 

九、书面表达

   假如你叫Li Ming,请你给英国的笔友Lucy发一封E-mail,介绍一下中国的餐桌礼仪。

 

 

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