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高二英语期末复习M7U2

一、单词拼写

1.     A______________ is the use of needles to treat people’s health problems.

2.     The new invention would have a wide range of a_____________ in industry.

3.     We all breathed a sigh of r_________ when he left.

4.     He’s complaining of all the usual flu s_______________-----a high temperature, headache and so on…..

5.     S_____________ perform operations in a special room called an operating theatre.

6.     Due to the w______________ use of penicillin, many lives were saved during the war.

7.     Lawrence Craven, a doctor from the USA, introduced the idea in1953 that aspirin had the p___________ to reduce the risk of heart attacks.

8.     First, he was _________to find a procedure to make penicillin pure enough to work as a medicine.(不能, 无法)

9.     Since the new drug was needed for World War, the government approval process was ___________ (加速).

10.   If you open up any medicine cupboard or go to any medicine counter in the world, it is l___________ that you will find aspirin and penicillin.

11.   Nearly 3,500 years ago, people chewed on leaves or drank a kind of tea made from leaves p______________ a special chemical to reduce body pains and fever.

12.   The World Health Organization __________acupuncture as a good treatment for over forty medical problems.(推荐)

13.   Some acupuncturists i__________ needles at or near the body part affected by the disease.

14.   Some people have also used acupuncture to treat smokers, alcoholics and people who are a_________ to drugs.

15.   Not only has aspirin proved v_______ for reducing fever and helping stop pain, but there are also other things that aspirin can help with.

二、句型转换

1. A product that is produced in large quantities cheap.

   _____________ _____________ of a product helps reduce its price.

2. It is evident that acupuncture began during the Stone Age.

_________ _________ __________ __________ acupuncture began during the Stone Age.

3. After we got home, granny took the medicine just as the doctor had instructed.

After we got home, granny took the medicine just _________ _________________.

4.Today acupuncture has become popular round the world, and so have other traditional Chinese medicines.

Today acupuncture has_________ ____________ round the world, _________ __________ other traditional Chinese medicines.

5.The majority subscribed to the plan.

The majority ______________  the plan.

6. The hotel was full so we had to go to other ones.

The hotel was full so we had to ______________ ____________ ___________.

7. But for his invitation the other day, I should not be here now.

If it __________ __________ __________ __________ his invitation the other day, I should not be here now.

8. His mother agreed,saying “Boy, you have really grown up.”

His mother nodded __________ __________, saying “Boy, you have really grown up.”

9. School rules and regulations go for all the students. So long as you apply yourself to study, there is high possibility that you will have a good time here.

School rules and regulations __________ __________ all the students. So long as you ________ yourself in study, ___________ __________ that you will have a good time here.

10. It astonished him to see the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

________ _________ him __________ __________ he saw the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

He___________ _________ _________ see the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

___________ __________ _____________, he saw the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

三、单项选择

1. Large quantities of drug ________by the police in his possession, so he is in prison.

A .has found         B. have been found         C. has been found    D. have found

2. If you _________the meeting, you ________a present from the manager.

A. attended; got                       B. had attended; would get 

C. should come; would have come        D. had come to; would have got

3. Another drug that helped increase the ________of people’s health is penicillin.

A. length           B. situation       C. standard         D. quality

4. ------ ________me to post the letter on my way to work, mum.

  ----- I will, but why are you always so forgetful?

A. Recall        B. Remember          C. Remind        D. Have

5. Students should tell parents and teachers about any problems _______seeing words on the blackboard.

A.to                  B. of          C. with         D. from

6. I suggested to Mary _______with me to collect empty cans on the street, but the expression on her face suggested that she _________with me.

A. come; didn’t agree                   B. that she come; didn’t agree   

C. to come; shouldn’t come              D. she had come; not agree

7.____ very nice and being inviting, cookies made by the Smiths sell well in the market.

A . Smelled           B. Being smelled           C. Smelling       D. To smell

8.______ a certain doubt among the people as to the practical value of the project.

A. It has        B. They          C. It remains        D. There remains

9. The palace caught fire three times in the last century, and little of the origin building ___ now.

A. remains         B. is remained          C.is remaining     D. has been remained

10. The children all looked ______ at the broken model plane and felt quite _______.

A. sad, sad          B. sadly, sadly       C. sad, sadly       D. sadly, sad

11. --What attracts you to our school?

--You have a great basketball team and I can ________ for it.

A.work out  B. look out    C.carry out    D. try out

12. These days the government has issued several policies that will ___________ the growth of manufacturing industry.

A. accelerate  B. accomplish   C. accumulate   D. approve

13. The seasoned TCM doctor felt the little girl’s pulse attentively and said to her mother, “It ______ normal. Take it easy.”

A. feels    B. is feeling    C. is felt     D. has felt

14. We are ________ our son’s old room to a student.

A. bringing out     B. letting out   C. leaving out    D. making out

15. He has the intention of __________ China Daily to update himself on the latest news.

A.relating to      B.corresponding to   C. subscribing to   D. contributing to

四、完形填空

 I was getting ready for bed when the telephone rang unexpectedly. My mind quickly ran __16__ the list of family members, but the voice on the other end of the line was only __17__ familiar. “Lindy, this is Leslie,” she said. I didn’t know Leslie very well, so I was a little __18__ that she would be calling me at 11:00 pm. I was afraid that it would be something really __19__ to cause her to reach out to someone she __20__ knew. However, she asked me a most __21__ question. “Do you have any room for a turkey in your freezer?” she asked. “Sure,” I responded, feeling quite confused. My family was at the bottom of our food supply. “I will __22__ when I get to your house,” Leslie replied.

We quickly __23__ blue jeans from our nightclothes and prepared to meet her outside __24__ the doorbell wouldn’t wake up our four children. Leslie and her husband came in a huge freezer truck. She explained that her husband serviced a small grocery store that had just lost its lease(租约). They had to __25__ all the freezers before midnight. She thought it was a __26__ to just throw all this food away so she began to go through her list of __27__, dropping off food to anyone who she thought might be __28__ to take it. Ours was the last place they planned to stop and anything left would have to be __29__.

 Still not fully __30__ what had just occurred, I asked her, “When will you be coming back for all this?” Leslie replied, “It is yours! We have been __31__ food since 5:00 pm and have __32__ our list of contacts. Thanks a lot for helping us out.”

Leslie had no idea that we __33__ to buy groceries. By the time the freezer food finally __34__, buying groceries was no longer a problem. I admit that I’m still afraid of late night calls, assuming the worst, __35__ then I remember that summer night when an acquaintance called me to send me turkeys.

16. A. into                   B. across                 C. through             D. after

17. A. slightly                         B. definitely                  C. reasonably                           D. hopefully

18. A. thrilled                         B. embarrassed               C. surprised                    D. annoyed

19. A. creative                        B. impressive                         C. complex                     D. awful

20. A. normally                      B. barely                         C. precisely                    D. frequently

21. A. strange                         B. authentic                    C. fascinating                 D. tough

22. A. pause                           B. explain                       C. appreciate                   D. negotiate

23. A. hunted for                    B. put aside                    C. changed into              D. took out

24. A. in that                         B. as if                            C. in case                        D. so that

25. A. empty                         B. replace                       C. fix                               D. remove

26. A. success                         B. shame                        C. chance                        D. duty

27. A. merchants                    B. rescuers                     C. contacts                     D. clients

28. A. considerate                 B. generous                    C. willing                       D. conscious

29. A. deleted                         B. leaked                         C. swapped                    D. dumped

30. A. describing                    B. understanding           C. predicting                 D. observing

31. A. submitting                   B. fetching                     C. consuming                 D. delivering

32. A. packed                                 B. exhausted                 C. refreshed                    D. concluded

33. A. struggled                      B. managed                    C. decided                      D. tended

34. A. ran out                         B. went off                     C. broke down                D. caught on

35. A. for                                B. or                               C. and                             D. but

五、阅读理解

         IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT LYRICA

LYRICA may cause serious, even life threatening, allergic reactions.

Stop taking LYRICA and call your doctor right away if you have any signs of serious allergic reactions:

l  swelling of your face, mouth, lips, gums, tongue, throat or neck

l  have any trouble breathing

LYRICA may cause suicidal thoughts or actions in a very small number of people, about 1 in 500.

Call your doctor right away if you have any symptoms, especially if they are new, worse or worry you, including:

l  feeling restless

l  panic attacks                                  

l  acting aggressive, being angry, or violent

l  new or worse depression

l  an extreme increase in activity and talking

l  other unusual changes in behavior or mood

LYRICA may cause swelling of your hands, legs and feet.

This swelling can be a serious problem with people with heart problems.

LYRICA may cause dizziness or sleepiness.

Do not drive a car, work with machines, or do other dangerous things until you know how LYRICA affects you.

ABOUT LYRICA

LYRICA is a prescription medicine used in adults 18 years and older to treat:

l  pain from damaged nerves that happens with diabetes or that follows healing of shingles or spinal cord injury

l  Fibromyalgia (pain all over your body)

Who should NOT take LYRICA:

Anyone who is allergic to anything in LYRICA

Anyone who is pregnant or plans to become pregnant

BEFORE STARTING LYRICA

Tell your doctor about all your medical conditions, including if you:

l  have or had kidney problems

l  have heart problems, including heart failure

36. According to the instructions, which of the following people can take the medicine?

A. Jenny, 26, expecting her first baby         B. Henry, 15, living with diabetes

C. Finny, 37, having heart problems            D. Sunny, 41, suffering from pain severely

37. What symptoms may LYRICA cause?

a. breathing trouble           b. emotional changes   c. kidney problems

d. heart failure         e. sleep loss               f. feeling dizzy

A. a, c, d                           B. a, b, f                          C. c, e, f                          D. b, d, e

黑布林阅读

38.What's the correct order of the following events?
 a. Bruno met Clara's father in a posh restaurant
 b. Bruno and Clara passed the university entrance exam
 c A movie called Dead Poets Society profoundly impressed Bruno
 d. Zeca 'invite' Bruno to take part in his plan to steal and sell exams
 e. Bruno went to the police with evidence and then Zechariah and his gang were arrested
 f. Bruno met Clara
 g. Clara went to the fevela to meet Bruno's family
  A. facgdeb     B.cfadgeb      C. fcagdeb    D.  cfagdeb

39. Which word can not be used to describe Bruno?

A. gorgeous   B.poor  C. hard-working    D. optimistic

40. What's the identity of these people: Pedro, Tiago, Dona Maria and Zeca?
 A. Bruno's father, the tough guy, Clara's mother and Bruno's neighbor
 B. Bruno's father, the tough guy, Bruno's mother and Bruno's neighbor
 C. Clara's father, Bruno's neighbor, Clara's mother and the tough guy
 D. Clara's father, Bruno’s neighbor, Bruno's mother and the tough guy
41. Bruno gazed blankly at the hustle and bustle on Ipanema beach. The beach was crowded

with rich, beautiful people, mainly Brazilians, but there were also lots of wealthy tourists, too
What's the meaning of the underlined part?
  A a quiet and peaceful scene     B busy and noisy movement of many people
  C beautiful view              D. the noisy activity of children
42. What's the most powerful message in the story of The Coconut Seller?
   A. A friend in need is a friend indeed.      B. Seize the day. Make our lives extraordinary.
   C One man's meat is another’s poison.     D. All roads lead to Rome.

六、任务型阅读

   How Female Farmers Are Feeding the World

The exact data on women in agriculture is difficult to pin down. There are variations between countries and agriculture data is challenging to collect. What is clear, however, is that most small-scale farmers are women, making up 60-80 percent of farmers in developing countries. The FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN) estimates that between 43 percent to even 70 percent of agricultural labor in some countries comes from women.

But women still don’t have the same rights as men when it comes to farming, making food production harder for women because of gender inequality. For female farmers, it is unquestionably a challenging job to engage in food production.

In the first place, purchasing land, farming equipment and hiring labor can be expensive. These costs are even harder on women because many of them lack access to credit. In nearly 48 economies women face legal restrictions to having control of their own finances.

Getting to the bank is hard too. Mobility for women in rural parts of developing countries is a big concern. Better transportation and infrastructure could help make access to credit more practicable for women. Credit and finance should be equal for everyone, especially women who are held back by gender restrictions.

Sadly, women may run the world, but they do not own it. Women are virtually denied property rights. Traditional customs in place can pass down land through the male side of the family, leaving women out of land rights completely. Other times, women need permission from a male relative or husband to own land.

It has been apparent that women are not as productive farmers as men and work longer hours in some countries like Indonesia. This is largely due to a lack of education. When education is considered more valuable for men (and thus mainly given to men), women farmers are less informed about the best production methods, thus producing less yield in crops and becoming “less productive”. This can all be changed through providing education for women. Removing gender inequality can help feed 130 million people who are currently undernourished.

Despite these barriers, women are definitely not leaving the “field”. In countries experiencing urban growth, men are migrating to urban areas for other jobs while women stay in rural areas, taking on jobs in farming and agriculture. Healthier children, education, and investment into the community are all benefits that female farmers are shown to have on their communities.

Let’s close the gender gap and give women the tools they need to succeed. If women farmers in developing countries have the same rights and opportunities, they will be just as productive. With increasing population, and the need for better food security, supporting women in agriculture is something that cannot afford not to be invested in.

Women running most

small farmers

Women in developing countries (1)        for a large proportion of the labor force in the agricultural sector.

 

 

 

 

Women’s (2)        to food production

 

Without credit, many women farmers can’t (3)        the cost of large farms.

The law sets a (4)        on women’s freedom to manage money.

It is a struggle for women in the countryside to enjoy bank service.

Women in many countries do not have easy (5)        to the ownership of property.

(6)        can take over land from the previous generation.

▼ Without a male’s permission women cannot take possession of land.

The education system (7)        men over women, resulting in different levels of productivity.

Unlike men, women are often ignorant of agricultural science.

Women could become more (8)        if they were to enjoy equal education.

Expected support for women farmers

Considering women’s (9)        to society, we are supposed to end gender discrimination and (10)        up women in agriculture.

 


高二英语期末复习M7U2

一、单词拼写

1.    Acupuncture    2.applications    3.relief    4.symptoms    5.Surgeons   6.widespread 7.potential    8.unable    9.accelerated   10.likely    11.possessing  12.recommends 13.insert    14.addicted     15.vital

二、句型转换

1. Mass production of a product helps reduce its price.

2.There is evidence that acupuncture began during the Stone Age.

3.After we got home, granny took the medicine just as instructed

4.Today acupuncture has gained popularity/currency/caught on round the world, as have other traditional Chinese medicines.

5.The majority applauded the plan.

6.The hotel was full so we had to make alternative arrangements.

7.If it had not been for his invitation the other day, I should not be here now.

8. His mother nodded in approval, saying “Boy, you have really grown up.”

9.School rules and regulations apply to all the students. So long as you employ/engage/bury yourself in study,it’s likely/possible/probable/ chances are that you will have a good time here.

10.What astonished him was that he saw the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

He was astonished to see the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

To his astonishment, he saw the bacteria surrounding the mould dead.

三、单选 BDCCC   BCDAD   DAABC

四、完型填空  CACDB   ABCDA   BCCDB  DBAAD

五、阅读理解 DB   DADBB

六、任务型阅读

1. account        2. barriers/obstacles/bars    3. afford/pay     4. limit/restriction    5. Access

6. Men/Males  7. favors          8. productive   9. contribution        10. back

 

 

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