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Unit 10 You’re supposed to shake hands(B)卷  

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Unit 10 You’re supposed to shake handsB)卷


 

. 单项选择(20)

1. We go to school every day   Saturdays and Sundays.

A. beside B. besides C. except       D. except for

2. You are not supposed to   in class.

A. make faces                      B. make noise

C. listen carefully          D. both A and B

3. This math problem is too difficult. Can you show me   , George?

A. what to work out                    B. to work it out

C. how to work it out    D. how to work out it

4. Listening to soft music can make you   .

A. relaxing                          B. to feel relaxed

C. feel relaxed                     D. felt relaxed

5. Your uncle was supposed   here an hour ago.

A. to be B. to coming  C. to go   D. to going

6. —What do you think of the man?

—I find   difficult to work with him.

A. him           B. me      C. it               D. that

7. I’m   to see you again.

A. please B. pleasure  C. pleased D. pleasing

8.    they are very tired, they feel very happy because they’ve finally finished thei r project.

A. So      B. Although C. If   D. But

9. It is all right if you come   late.

A. a bit of             B. a little of

C. a bit           D. too much

10. People in China  when they meet for the first time.  A. bow B. kiss  C. shake hands D. laugh

. 完形填空(20)

  Around the world, people have different ideas about what good manners are. When you go to restaurants in different parts of the world, it’s 1 to know the right and wrong things to do. For example, in China it’s OK to 2 a lot of noise in a restaurant. In fact, if a restaurant isn’t noisy and 3 , you may think there’s som ething wrong with it. However, in many western countries, restaurants are 4 places. If people at a table talk too loud, other people who are eating there might even 5 to the owner of the restaurant.

Paying the bill is also different from country to country. In China, one person usually pays for 6 . In western countries, one person pays if he or she is entertaining clients(宴请宾客), but 7 friends eat together, they usually share the cost. This is called “going Dutch(均摊费用)”. Also, when westerners pay the bill, they usually leave some money for the 8 . This is called “leaving a tip”. Leaving a tip is thought to be polite. In the US, it’s 9 to leave tips of 10%, 15%, or 20% of the bill, which is decided by how good the service(服务)is. Good waiters can make a lot of money!

The way people eat food is not the same in different parts of the world, but you can 10 the same kinds of food in many countries. Chinese and Indian foods, for example, are popular all over the world.

1. A. popular B. difficult  C. important D. enjoyable

2. A. cause             B. keep          C. hear           D. make

3. A. lively     B. friendly  C. lucky    D. polite

4. A. noisy      B. quiet   C. busy          D. clean

5. A. shout             B. explain  C. complain       D. speak

6. A. everybody     B. nobody  C. somebody     D. none

7. A. until            B. when  C. unless D. since

8. A. gatekeeper     B. seller  C. waiter D. visitor

9. A. terrible   B. common  C. serious D. unusual

10. A. invent   B. discover  C. prefer  D. find

()根据句意及汉语提示完成单词。(5)

1. The mother gave her baby a    (亲吻)on the forehead.

2. They’ve learned how to behave at the table     (除了)Ben.

3. Would you please take out the    (空的)case?

4. I don’t know if I’m     (值得)buying a ticket for her.

5. Imagine how angry I was when he     ()at me with his chopsticks.

()用所给词的适当形式填空。(5)

6. You are     (suppose)to shake hands when you meet a Chinese friend.

7. Keep your eyes     (close)when you are doing eye exercises.

8. A knife is    (use)for     (cut)things.

9. People are pretty    (relax)about time in Colombia.

10. He’s on duty today. He should    (clean)the blackboard.

. 完成句子(10)

1. 如果你去参加聚会, 你应该带一份小礼物。

You                 take a small present if you go to the party.

2. 作为一名交换生, 你应该先了解一下当地的风俗。

As                 , you should know about the local customs first.

3. 去年暑假格林一家人使我们感到宾至如归。

Last summer vacation the Greens                       

       .

4. 我们的老师总是不厌其烦地帮助我们。

Our teachers always go out of

                       us.

5. 过去人们经常写信, 而现在习惯于发电子邮件。

In the past, people           write letters, but now they

                 sending e-mails.

. 阅读理解(10)

  When two people meet, there are a lot of ways of greeting. The ways of greeting are not always the same in different countries.

In America, two people usually greet each other with a handshake. It is a way to show respect(尊重)to the other person. Athletes from opposite teams s hake hands before a game for the same reason. However, most Americans don’t shake hands when they meet people they have already known well. When American friends meet each other, they might only wave(挥手), or maybe just nod(点头)their heads.

In New Z ealand, there is a special way of greeting called “Hongi”. In the greeting, two people press their noses and foreheads(前额)together and close their eyes . This is an old tradition that comes from the Maori, who were the first people to live in New Zealand. Even today, many New Zealanders still press their foreheads when they meet.

Kissing is sometimes used as a way to greet someone. In some countries, important people used to wear special rings. It was the custom for visitors to kiss these rings when they came for a meeting. In France, when people meet, they sometimes kiss each other on the face.

In Japan, people bow to each other every time they meet. Even family members bow to each other. People decide how low to bow depending on how respected the other person is.

Today, new ways of greeting are created all the time. People can do this with a quick “hi”, a handshake, or even a simple smile. The important thing is that the people they are greeting understand them.

1. The passage mainly talks about   .

A. different ways of greeting

B. how to be a polite person

C. how to show respect to others

D. ways of saying hello in different languages

2. The underlined part “the same reason” refers to   .

A. showing love                   B. showing respect

C. thanking each other   D. introducing each other

3. We can learn from the third paragraph that   .

A. it’s impolite to press one’s nose in New Zealand

B. Hongi is a kind of traditional food in New Zealand

C. the Maori used to be an old village in New Zealand

D. Hongi is an old tradition in New Zealand

4. How low does one Japanese bow to the other?

A. It depends on how respected the other person is.

B. It depends on how old the other person is.

C. It depends on how successful the other person is.

D. It depends on how tall the other person is.

5. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?

A. It’s OK to just nod heads when American friends meet.

B. Family members in Japan do not bow to each other.

C. In some countries rings were once used for kissing.

D. The ways of greeting are changing over time.

. 补全对话(10)从方框中选择最佳选项完成对话。

A. you stay for the whole evening.

B. Could you help me?

C. After the meal is over, it’s not polite to leave at least in half an hour.

D. It’s impolite to arrive late.

E. What rules do they have in England?

    Ling Ling要去英国学习, 她向她的网友Mary了解英国的有关礼仪。

Ling Ling: I’m going to England as an exchange student.

Mary: Great!

Ling Ling: But I don’t know much of the customs and manners in England.  

Mary: Sure.

Ling Ling:  2 

Mary: Well, they think it’s important to be on time when you’re invited to dinner.  3 As it is usually planned to have the meal at the exact hour given in the invitation.

Ling Ling: Then how long may I stay there?

Mary:  4 That lets you seem to have come only for the meal. An evening dinner invitation usually implies that 5 The hostess often plans some after-dinner entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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