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582期 高一Quiz time
作者:21st
时间:2014-12-29

Day 1

German soccer on ... (P4)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the article mainly about?
A. Why soccer is so popular in Germany.
B. What has made Germany a successful soccer team.
C. The failures and successes of the German soccer team.
D. How the German soccer team became the world champions this summer.
2. What has helped Germany to top FIFA��s new world rankings according to the article?
a. learning from other countries
b. developing young players
c. improving cooperation
d. competing within teams
A. a, bB. b, c
C. c, dD. a, d
3. What does the underlined word ��rivals�� mean?
A. Competitors.
B. Followers.
C. Teammates.
D. Supporters.
4. Which of the following is TRUE according to the article?
A. This year was the third time that Germany had won the World Cup.
B. Since 2001, Bundesliga clubs have spent over �100 million on youth development.
C. It is believed that the German soccer team will perform well in the coming years.
D. In the first decade of the 21st century, Germany produced many of the top young players in Europe.


Day 2

Dealing with big ... (P5)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the article mainly about?
A. Problems people might have when traveling.
B. Tips to help get rid of tiredness after traveling.
C. How people should behave when traveling during rush hour.
D. Why people behave badly when traveling and how to deal with it.
2. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a reason for the bad manners of travelers?
A. Crowdedness.
B. Tiredness.
C. A lack of sleep.
D. Traveling over a long distance.
3. What are people advised to do when they are traveling with a big crowd?
A. Keep smiling at others.
B. Relax and be friendly to others.
C. Get enough sleep.
D. Bring less luggage along.



Day 3

Do what you love (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. When the author was in high school, _____.
A. skateboarding made him popular in his class
B. his careers teacher encouraged him to skateboard for a living
C. he was able to make a living by skateboarding
D. many people around him were against him being a professional skateboarder
2. The author became a professional skateboarder at the age of ______.
A. 14 B. 17
C. 24 D. 38
3. According to the author, people have mistakenly thought of skateboarders as ______.
A. successful
B. irresponsible
C. practical
D. dangerous
4. With the article, the author mainly intends to tell us that ______.
A. we can be successful in many fields at one time
B. we should keep at something we love and be proud of it
C. we might have a lot of difficulties if we want to succeed
D. the support of our parents can help us through dark times


Day 4

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How did your friendships begin? Most start with a short conversation on a random (������) day. Asking about a homework assignment (����) in class or complaining about your sore legs after playing in a soccer game, you found your best pal by accident.
��Small talk is where all your relationships begin,�� Forbes magazine summed up.
The following is a five-step guide to making small talk from Bernardo J. Carducci, the director of the Shyness Research Institute at Indiana University Southeast, US. Let��s have a look.
1. ___________
Begin by talking about the setting (����), such as the weather outside or the room you are in (��It��s cold in here, isn��t it?��). The purpose of talking about the setting is to show the other person that you are willing to have a conversation.
2. ___________
You should mention something about yourself, such as your name. A good personal introduction helps move the conversation forward.
3. ___________
At this point, you and your conversation partner need to find common ground. This is a good time to ask questions or refer back to things you��ve said or heard earlier. Don��t worry if it gets quiet. The other person is probably just thinking of something to say.
4. ___________
The goal is to keep the conversation going. At every stage, you should be careful not to talk too much. But don��t let the other person dominate (֧��) the conversation either. If that starts to happen, mention something about yourself when he or she takes a breath.
5. ___________
When ending a conversation, let the person know you��ll be leaving soon, express gratitude (�м�) for the conversation and set the stage for a future conversation. For example, you could say: ��I really must be going soon, but I had a great time chatting with you. I really liked hearing your opinion about that new movie. Here��s my phone number. Call or text me if you know of any other movies you think I might enjoy.��

A. A polite ending
B. Getting started
C. Looking for topics
D. Sticking to one topic
E. Broadening the conversation
F. Sharing your hobbies
G. The personal introduction


Day 5

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1. You can��t predict everything. Often things don��t ______ as you expect.
A. run out B. break out
C. work out D. put out
2. �C How did you like Nick��s performance last night?
�C To be honest, his singing didn��t ______ me much.
A. appeal to B. belong to
C. refer to D. come to
3. I��d be ______ if you could let me know the result as soon as possible.
A. stressful B. confident
C. emotional D. grateful
4. Whether the buildings in this area should be pulled down has remained a ______ issue; people are still looking for other possible solutions.
A. challenged B. relevant
C. controversial D. striking
5. �C Look at those clouds!
�C Don��t worry. ______ it rains, we��ll still have a great time.
A. As if B. Even if
C. In case D. As long as

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As my friend was passing the elephants, he suddenly stopped. He 6. ______ (confuse) by the fact that these huge animals were being held by 7. ______ but a small rope. The rope was tied to their front legs. No chains (����), no cages. It was obvious (���Ե�) 8. ______ the elephants could break away from the ropes at any time. But for some reason, they did not.
My friend saw a trainer nearby and asked 9. ______ these elephants just stood there and made no attempt (����) to get away.
��Well,�� he said, ��when they are very young and much 10. ______ (small), we use the same size rope to tie them. At that age, it��s enough to hold them. As they grow up, they are used to 11. ______ (believe) that they cannot break away. They believe the rope can still hold them, so they 12. ______ try to break free.��
My friend was amazed. These animals could at any time break free from their bonds, 13. ______ because they believed they couldn��t, they were stuck right where they were.
14. ______ the elephants, how many of us go through life hanging onto a belief (��֪) that we cannot do something, simply because we failed at it once before?
How many of us are being held back by outdated beliefs that no longer serve us? How many of us 15. ______ (avoid) trying something new because of a false belief?


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D2 1. final 2. beloved/famous 3. unexpected 4. absence 5. unable 6. personality 7. direct 8. computers
9. interested 10. funny
D3 CBB
D4 DDCC
D5 1-5 ABADC 6-10 DAAAB
11-15 CCBDB 16-20 DABBC


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