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393期高一Quiz time
作者:21ST
时间:2010-04-12

Day 1

A sport turning ... (P4)

Choose the best answer:

1. From the first two paragraphs we can conclude that ______.

A. fast players were usually playmaker

B. small players always played behind the forward

C. strikers were the decisive factor on the football pitch

D. once the role a footballer played usually depended upon the position he played

2. Which of the following statements about Messi is TRUE according to the article?

A. He is considered the best playmaker in the history of football.

B. He is a right-footed player who prefers playing on the left wing.

C. He has proved a winger valuable for his team with his inside-out tactic.

D. He has scored more than any other player.

3. What does the last paragraph suggest?

A. Good wingers can play any position.

B. Wingers often break the rules.

C. Wingers have changed the nature of football.

D. Wingers cannot usually live up to their title.

4. What is the main subject of the article?

A. A recent trend in football.

B. The different roles for players in football.

C. The way to become an inside-out winger.

D. The decline of playmakers in football.

Day 2

Street dancing is ... (P4)

Answer the questions:

阅读文章并根据内容回答问题,注意答案不要超过题目规定的字数。

1. What is the largest difference between street dancing and fighting in the street? (No more than 20 words)

_________________________________________________

2. According to Jonzi D, why is street dancing popular? (No more than 15 words)

________________________________________________

3. What is the movie Breakdance about? (No more than 15 words)

_________________________________________________

4. Which sentence in the article is the closest in meaning to the following sentence?

It is his hope that people won’t forget the culture which gave birth to the dancing.

_________________________________________________

Day 3

What’s behind GM foods? (P5)

Choose the best answer:

1. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the article?

A. Roses are genetically modified to yield flowers in a wide range of colors.

B. Genetically Modified crops taste better than normal crops.

C. Genetically Modified crops don’t need herbicides or pesticides.

D. Scientists are still unsure about the safety of GM food.

2. Which of the following techniques is unique to GM technology?

A. The selection of good breeds.

B. The mixing of genes from different plants.

C. Putting genes into plants.

D. Crossing plants so that they suit the place they are to grow in.

3. What is the author’s attitude toward genetically modified food?

A. Positive. B. Doubtful. C. Objective. D. Disappointed.

4. What is the main point of the article?

A. An account of how the US has become the world’s biggest GM food producer.

B. An explanation of why GM food is better than traditionally grown food.

C. An introduction to the latest developments in GM food.

D. An introduction to GM food’s influence on the environment.

Day 4

Something good will ... (P6)

Choose the best answer:

1. The author was turned down at radio stations in Chicago probably because ______.

A. he had no connections at the station

B. there were no job openings at the station

C. there were too many people competing to get in

D. he had no experience in radio broadcasting

2. Which of the following statements is TRUE, according to the article?

A. The author’s parents both showed their support for him during his job search.

B. The author lost all hope when he wasn’t hired by Montgomery Ward.

C. Peter MacArthur noticed the author’s talents after reading his resume (简历).

D. The author’s frustration got him the job at WOC Radio.

3. We can infer from the article that the author was ______ Peter MacArthur.

A. angry at B. grateful to

C. worried about D. afraid of

4. What message does the story want to convey?

A. Well begun is half done.

B. All roads lead to Rome.

C. A bad beginning makes a bad ending.

D. If you keep trying, you’ll eventually succeed.

Day 5

Recent studies show that only one out of three people have strong and healthy self-confidence. That __1 two out of every three people simply don’t know the 2 they already have to be successful when it’s 3 there in their hands! 4 if you want others to believe in you, you have to believe in yourself first. Remember: “No one can make you feel inferior unless you 5 them.” A successful businessman says, “You can’t push anyone up a ladder 6 he knows he can climb himself.”

Many of us have an image 7 , the image we have of ourselves. 8 one guy put it: “You can't win a horse race if you think you look 9 on a horse.” To succeed, the first person you have to 10 is yourself! So stop believing your own lies about yourself. Just 11 your mind and you’ll change your life.

One of the most harmful weapons that can kill your success in life are the two little words: “ 12 ” You know that people used to 13 that if human beings traveled faster than 30 miles an hour it would 14 our circulation of blood and kill us? Thank goodness a few people didn’t believe that 15 thinking, or we wouldn’t be riding in cars, buses, and flying in airplanes today. You’ll never know until you 16 .

Roger Bannister was the first human being to run a mile in less than 4 minutes. But 17 he did it, most people in the world didn’t think it was even 18 . Yet only weeks after Bannister did it, suddenly 19 all over the world began running a mile in less than 4 minutes! If we believe something can be done, we are _20 able to do it.

1. A. means B. reflects C. reads D. explain

2. A. chance B. strength C. ability D. reason

3. A. immediately B. properly

C. accurately D. right

4. A. Because B. But C. What D. While

5. A. let B. make C. admit D. challenge

6. A. if B. except C. until D. unle

7. A. quiz B. question C. problem D. mystery

8. A. When B. As C. While D. Since

9. A. curious B. good-looking

C. serious D. funny

10. A. beat B. knock C. strike D. defend

11. A. settle B. bend C. change D. fix

12. A. I failed. B. Not me. C. Can I? D. I can’t.

13. A. imagine B. think C. suspect D. doubt

14. A. start B. help C. stop D. quit

15. A. silly B. empty

C. reasonable D. terrible

16. A. judge B. realize C. understand D. try

17. A. after B. before C. since D. because

18. A. likely B. unbelievable

C. possible D. impossible

19. A. workers B. runner

C. competitors D. player

20. A. simply B. seldom

C. particularly D. usually

(答案见下期)

上期参考答案

Reading D1 1-4 BCAD

D2 1. He was more or less unknown./He was not a famous actor. 2. He played the role of Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. 3. Depp lived in 20 different places as a child before ending up in Florida. 4. Johnny Depp’s dream of becoming a musician. 5. He thought actors should put a certain amount of themselves in their play.

D3 1-4 DADA D4 1-4 BADB D5 1-5 CBADB 6-10 CADCB 11-15 ADBCD 16-20 CABDC

Listening I. AB II. AAC


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