必修二 Unit1 Cultural relics
英 语 （一）
1．I was really ________ (amaze) because she seemed to enjoy every answer I gave her.
2．The apartment ________ (decorate) with streamers and party lights last year.
3．But at the moment，school ________ (come) first.
4．Having lost his job, he began to interest himself in ________ (locally) voluntary work.
5．It is reported that this is the first time the painting ________ (display) to the public.
6．Clearance of the site required the ________ (remove) of a number of trees.
7．The books are ________ (value) for students, for they are even harmful to the students.
8．The boy was cutting a stick with his knife to make a ________ (wood) gun for himself.
9．Please wait in the ________ (receive) room. We will call you when the doctor is available.
10．I noticed the ________ (enter) was small and almost blocked.
1．In the summer holiday following my eighteen birthday.
2．I enjoyed studying difference kinds of cars and planes.
3．There is no doubt we will benefit from the second class.
4．The book is worthy reading a second time.
5．China has more people than any other countries in the world.
6．He only cares about whether the eyewitness has given true information, which must be facts more than opinions.
7．What should you do with things you have found even if the search cost your time and money?
8．Nor I think they should give it to any government.
9．Here are some tips for a informal class debate.
10．Students should try to learn as many as you can about the history of your hometown or city.
A Heroic Driver
Larry works with Transport Drivers, Inc. One morning in 2009, Larry was __1__ along 165 north after delivering to one of his __2__.Suddenly, he saw a car with its bright lights on.__3__ he got closer, he found __4__ vehicle upside down on the road. One more look and he noticed __5__ shooting out from under the __6__ vehicle. Larry pulled over, set the brake and __7__the fire extinguisher (灭火器).Two good bursts from the extinguisher and the fire was put out.
The man who had his bright lights on __8__ and told Larry he had __9__ an emergency call. They __10__ heard a womans voice coming from the wrecked (毁坏的) vehicle.__11__the vehicle, they saw that a woman was trying to get out of the broken window. They told her to stay __12__ until the emergency personnel arrived, __13__ she thought the car was going to __14__.Larry told her that he had already put out the fire and she should not move __15__ she injured her neck.
Once fire and emergency people arrived, Larry and the other man __16__ and let them go to work. Then, Larry asked the __17__ if he was needed or __18__ to go. They let him and the other man go.
One thing is __19__—Larry went above and beyond the call of duty by getting so close to the burning vehicle! His __20__ most likely saved the womans life.
1．A. walking B．touring C．travelling D．rushing
2．A. passengers B．colleagues C．employers D．customers
3．A. Since B．Although C．As D．If
4．A. each B．another C．that D．his
5．A. flames B．smoke C．water D．steam
6．A. used B．disabled C．removed D．abandoned
7．A. got hold of B．prepared C．took charge of D. controlled
8．A. came down B．came through C．came in D．came over
9．A. returned B．received C．made D．confirmed
10．A. then B．again C．finally D．even
11．A. Starting B．Parking C．Passing D．Approaching
12．A. quiet B．still C．away D．calm
13．A. for B．so C．and D．but
14．A. explode B．slip away C．fall apart D．crash
15．A.as if B．unless C．in case D．after
16．A. stepped forward B．backed off C．moved on D．set out
17．A. woman B．police C．man D．driver
18．A. forbidden B．ready C．asked D．free
19．A. for certain B．for consideration C．reported D．checked
20．A. patience B．skills C．efforts D．promise
In 1863 the first underground passenger railway in the world opened in London. It ran for just under seven kilometers and allowed people to avoid terrible 1._______(crowd) on the roads above as they traveled to and 2.________ work. It took three years to complete and was built using an interesting method. This included digging up the road, 3.________ (lay) the track and then building a strong roof over 4.________ top. When all those had been done, the road surface was replaced.
Steam engines 5.________ (use) to pull the carriages and it must have been 6.________ (fair) unpleasant for the passengers, with all the smoke and noise. However, the railway quickly proved to be a great success and within six months, more than 25,000 people were using 7.________ every day.
Later, engineers 8.________ (manage) to construct railways in a system of deep tunnels (隧道), which became known to the tube. This development was only possible with the 9.________ (introduce) of electric powered engines and lifts. The central London Railway was one of the most 10._______(success) of these new lines, and was opened in 1900.It had white painted tunnels and bright red carriages, and proved extremely popular with the public.
Swimming at the beach or in a backyard pool are well known Australian summer activities. But while it is usually a fun time of year, there is a serious side to summer that you might not know about.
__1__ There are lots of trees and dry grass in remote areas that can easily catch fire. Even throwing a burning cigarette out of a car window can cause a lot of damage.__2__
In February, there were more than 80 different bushfires burning at the same time in New South Wales, a southeastern state of Australia. The Guardian newspaper reported that 42 homes were burned to the ground because of these fires.__3__ They are huge farms. Many Australian properties (房产) are larger than 1,000 square kilometers, while the biggest is more than 20,000 square kilometers—even larger than Beijing.
Every household prepares for bushfire season and protects their property. But sometimes the fires are too big and people have to move to safety.
__4__ It was so hot in February that thousands of bats died from the heat. People can get sick if they stay outside for too long or dont drink enough water. The heat can also cause power problems for homes and business.
__5__ But it is worth remembering that the heat can cause lots of problems, too.
A．The Australian summer is enjoyable.
B．The hot weather also causes other problems.
C．These homes are not like Chinese ones.
D．Thanks to climate change, this years situation is even worse.
E．That is why summer is also known as “bushfire season” in Australia.
F．The dry season lasts about six months, usually between April and October.
G．The extreme heat, which can go above 40℃ in some cities, is very dangerous.
必修二 Unit1 Cultural relics
英 语（一）答 案
1.amazed 2.was decorated 3.comes 4.local 5.has been displayed
6.removal 7.valueless 8．wooden 9.reception 10.entrance
3．doubt 后加that 4.worthy→worth
5．countries → country 6.more→rather
7．your→you 8.Nor后加 do
1-5 CDCBA 6-10 BADCA 11-15 DBDAC 16-20 BBDAC
1．crowds 2．from 3．laying 4．the 5．were used
6．fairly 7．it 8．managed 9．introduction 10．successful
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