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Unit 7 Teenagers should be allowed to choose their own clothes. 单元综合测试卷  

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Unit 7 Teenagers should be allowed to choose their own clothes. 单元综合测试卷

一.选择填空。(10个小题)

   16. People under 18 shouldn’t _______ to go to an Internet bar.

        A. be allowed    B. be allow    C. allow    D. are allowed

   17. Judy wants to get her hair _______ in the hairdresser’s.

        A. cut         B. cutting             C. to cut              D. be cut

   18. They stayed at home_______ football.

        A. instead play   B instead of play   C instead of playing    D instead playing        

   19. The teacher asked the students to stop _______and _______ him.

A. talking, listening to            B. to talk, to listen to  

C. talking, to listen to            D. to talk, listening to

   20. We should be strict _______ourselves and _______our study.

        A. with, with      B. with, in           C. in, with           D. in, in

   21. –Would you like some more rice?    –No, thanks. I’ve had _______.

        A. full enough           B. enough full             C. enough           D. full

   22. My parents ask me to be back _______10 p.m. on weekend nights.        

   A. until       B. in            C. on           D. by

   23. I believe that all problems can _______, not matter how difficult they are.

        A. solve      B. solving             C. be solved               D. to solve

   24. Teenager should learn to look after themselves and manage _______ own lives.

        A. them      B. their               C. theirs              D. themselves

   25. He doesn’t know _______________later.

        A. what he gets      B. what does he get     C. what he will get     D. what will he get

二、完形填空。(10个小题)

A

     Peter and Paul had a permission from their parents to camp in a field close to their farm. But, being adventurous boys, they knew it would be more   26   to camp in the woods that lay beyond the river. Excitedly, the boys went away with their tent and food.
    Carrying their heavy load, the two brothers walked along the riverbank,    27    noticing the distance or the sun beating down. They were eager to reach their destination before lunchtime. As they entered the cool, shadowy woods, they began to search for a suitable camping spot. Peter wanted to     28   close to the river at the edge of the woods, but Paul, who was older, insisted that they camp further away.     29   Peter followed his brother deeper into the woods.
This really is a wonderful setting! said Paul in excitement. They     30    the tent, and settled down to eat the sandwiches they had made, then decided to find their way      31    to the river to catch some fish.
   
Are you sure that this is the right way  ? whispered Peter shakily. Im sure we passed that hollow tree just a while ago. Paul walked      32    silently. Look, there it is again. Were lost, aren’t we? complained Peter. Paul had to admit that he didn’t know where they were.     33    , they were a long distance from where they were supposed to be. They were not even sure of where they had set up their camp. They set in      34    for a few minutes until Peter had a bright idea. Why dont we look for clues(线索) the way trackers do in the movies? We weren’t careful about how we walked, so Im sure we would have left behind some broken tree branches and leaves.

Carefully, the boys followed the marks that they had left, until finally they found their campsite. Hurriedly, they packed their belongings and set off     35    the direction of the river.

    What would their parents think of their adventure?

26. Asurprising

Bexciting

Cannoying

Dfrightening

27. Ahardly        Bquickly          Creally            Dproperly

28. Alive          Blie              Cwait             Dstay

29. Aunfriendly

Bunluckily

Cunwillingly

Duninterestingly

30. Aput off

Bput on

Cput down

Dput up

31. Aforward              Bnear             Cback             Dfurther

32. Aalone         Babout            Cin               Don

33. AAfter all

BAt last

CAbove all

DAt first

34. Aenjoyment

Bsatisfaction

Cdisappointment

Dimagination

35. Afor                 Bto                           Cat                           Din

三、阅读理解。(20)

A

     Mr. Jones opened a shop in Aston to sell writing paper, pencils and things like that. During the first month, very few people visited his shop. He sold little, and he could see that he was going to lose money.

One night, Mr. Jones sat by the fire and worried about another very bad day. Suddenly, he got an idea. He found a piece of wood and wrote the following notice on it in big letters:

“WHAT DO YOU THINK I GIVE AWAY PENCILS AND PAPER AND INK”

 He put up the notice in front of the shop window before he went to bed. He slept better than usual that night.

The following day, many people came to the shop. Mr. Jones said good morning to them all with a bright smile and asked the first woman what she wanted.

She chose some writing paper and a pencil. As soon as he had put them in her hands, she turned to leave the shop.

“That will be thirty cents, please,” he said.

“Why?” she asked in surprise.

“That’s the price of the paper and the pencil.”

“But your notice says it is free,” she replied.

“Oh, no,” he said. “How can I make any money if everything is free?”

She took him outside and showed him the notice. “It’s wrong, too,” she said. “Where’s the question mark     after the word, THINK?”

“There isn’t a question mark,” he said.

“But there should be one.”

“I’m afraid you’ve made a mistake,” Mr. Jones said. “You’ve read my notice in the wrong way.”

“Not at all,” said the woman. “It’s quite easy to read. It says: What do you think? I give away pencils and paper and ink!”

“No,” Mr. Jones said. “You should read it like this:   39   And the answer to the question is: Certainly not! So you really have to pay me thirty cents, you see.”

36. How did Mr. Jones probably feel that night?

  A. Confident.       B. Guilty.      C. Nervous.        D. worried.

37. Many people were attracted by_________.

A. the shop window           B. the things sold in the shop

C. the words on the notice      D. Mr. Jones’s bright smile

38. When asked to pay, the woman felt surprised because _________.

A. she had read the notice in the wrong way      B. the price was too high

C. she had forgotten to bring money with her     D. the price was unusually low

39. Which of the following sentence is the most suitable for the blank in the last paragraph?

A. What do you think? I give away pencils and paper and ink!

B. What? Do you think I give away pencils and paper and ink?

C. What do you think I give away? Pencils and paper and ink!

D. ink and paper and pencils away give. I think you do what?

40. What can we infer from the story?

A. Mr. Jones agreed to let the shoppers get things for free that day.

B. People in the town considered Mr. Jones a smart and honest man.

C. The woman paid the money unwillingly and left the shop angrily. 

D. Mr. Jones’s trick proved to be a long-time success and he got rich.

B

    Teens want structure in their lives, which means they want their lives well-planned. To begin building structure, teens need love and trust. They need to know their parents are there to give them needed love and support (支持).Teens want to be sure that nothing can prevent parents from shouldering their responsibility for them not their growing maturity (成熟), misbehavior, nor anger at something they have done. Teens want parents to keep control while allowing them to make some decisions.

    There are some ways you can help your teens create reasonable structure and remain close. One way is to spend time together. Parents often mistake their teens’ increased interest in friends for a disinterest in the family.

    Teens would like to spend more time doing things with their parents, but watching TV is not counted as spending time together. As your teens mature, it is important for you and your teens spend time alone together, one to one. Your teens need time to talk to you alone without any other family member present.

    Talk with your teens about their interests and concerns. Make sure you really show interest in what is happening. When talking with your teens, give full attention and do not stop them.

    The way to help your teens become adults is to let your teens into your world. Sharing your emotions and concerns with your teens is important. Avoid causing needless worry.

    Trust your teens. Don’t expect the worst. Hope for the best. Telling your teens you don’t like their friends will cause the teens not to bring their friends home. If something should go wrong, believe that your teens didn’t do it on purpose.

    It is very important that you treat your teens with respect. Teens need the same respect adults show for total strangers. Don’t talk down to your teens.

    You need to be supportive of your teens. What may be a small problem to you may be troubling to your teens. Teens don’t have the experiences that adults have had. Let the teens know that you understand how much it hurts when something happens that is upsetting or hurtful to them. As they mature, they can look back at some problems they had and laugh at having been upset by something that now seems unimportant.

    The most important things to remember are: talk with your teens, listen to their worries and offer suggestions when needed. This will help your teens to live a well-organized life.

41. According to Paragraph 1, teens ______________.

 A. can control themselves             B. expect direction and freedom

 C. don’t know how to make decision    D. don’t have responsibility for the family

42. The underline part “counted as” in Paragraph 3 probably means “____”.

 A. compared with      B. used as      C. connected with      D. regarded as

43. Parents can do the following things to remain close to their teenagers except  __________.

A. give suggestions      B. spend time alone together

C. trust their teens       D. worry about the worst

44. To help teens organize their lives, parents should __________.

 A. invite their teens’ friends home           B. leave their teens’ problems alone

 C. share their feelings with their teens        D. pay little attention to their teens’ daily lives

45. What is the best title of the passage?

 A. Training Teens to Become Responsible Adults.      B. Helping Teens to Build Reasonable Structure.

 C. Improving the Relationship with Your Teens.       D. Stepping into Your Teens’ Secret Word.

四、还原句子。

I’ve been singing and performing poetry since I was six years old. I used to sing for my mother’s friends.   60 

I have written three books of poetry and songs. I gave all the money from the books to children’s charities.   61   Money from the second book was spent on homeless children in Bosnia.

I visit patients at a local hospital every Saturday morning. I talk and sing for them. I guess that’s what’s really fulfilling (令人满意的) to me, when I sing to someone who is dying, and someone who is really sick and who doesn’t even know what’s happening.    62         

Everyone can give love, and love is what everyone wants. That’s a really important lesson to me.   63   Making someone happy makes you happy, and they go on and make others happy and it’s like a chain. You change when you get older, but love is ageless. When you are 7, 13, or 102 years old, love is the same.

A.     Love is a chain of giving.

B.      But now I am singing for people in need.

C.      I visit people in the old people’s home.

D.     Money from my first book went to a school for deaf kids in Montana.

E.      I feel proud when I see a smile on that person’s face.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


五、阅读与表达。

You may think that only children go to school but there are special schools for guide dogs! At school, of course, guide dogs do not learn mathematics and science like you. They learn how to help blind people. The dogs live at the school for six months and they learn about twenty words- words like “sit” and “no”. These dogs wear a special coat with a big handle on it for the blind person to hold.

Dogs can also go to school to learn how to help people who cannot hear. If a person cannot hear, we say he or she is deaf.

Dogs who help deaf people must learn many different sounds. Then they must be able to show the deaf person what is making the sound. When they hear a visitor at the door, the dog learns to walk to the deaf person and then walk to the door. And if a telephone rings, they walk to the deaf man or woman and then walk to the telephone.

These dogs can also help deaf mothers. If a baby is crying in another room, the dog walks to the mother and then to the baby. These dogs wear a yellow coat to show that they are special dogs that are helping a deaf person.

There have been many times when these dogs have saved a life. You may see in a newspaper that a dog heard a fire alarm and lay down near the deaf person’s feet. That is the sign for danger. The person knows that something is wrong and can go away from the fire.

Special dogs can also help people who are disabled in various ways. For example, dogs can pull off their gloves or socks! Think how difficult your life would be if you were blind, deaf or disabled! But if you had a special dog like this to help you, your life would be much easier.

65. Can dogs learn science in special schools?

 

66. What do guide dogs wear when they help the blind, a special coat or special shoes?

 

67. What should dogs learn if we want them to help the deaf?

68. How do dogs help a deaf man if there is a fire?

 

69. What do you think dogs should learn if we want them to help us more? Write at least two.

六、根据汉语意思,完成句子。(共5小题)

56. 他的勤奋帮助他实现了他的梦想。His hard work_______________________________.

57. 应该允许我自己做出决定。 I should ________________________________.

58. 很高兴你对打篮球是认真的。 ______________ you are serious about playing basketball.

59.  对于我们来说,花更多地时间在学业上很重要。It_________________________________schoolwork.

60. 我们要尽可能多做以使青少年远离网络。

    We should do________________________________________________ the Internet.

七、书面表达。

以下是学校规定中的几条,请选择学校校纪校规中的两条,发表你的看法,说明你是否赞同并阐述原因。

Wear school uniforms on school days.      Don’t eat in the classroom.      Do cleaning three times a day.  

Do morning exercises.                   Don’t be late for school or class.

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