Unit 3 Teenager Problems
1.The six blind men q_____________(争吵)about the elephant all day。
2.She has just o_______________(提供)me a cup of tea .
3.I asked Jim for help , but he ____________(say no )
4.Do you often have _____________with your mother?（交流）
5.We invited her to the party , but she couln't __________(take sth willingly)
6.Tell you the t_______________, I have seen the film twice .
7.They have no _________________ to face stress.（勇气）
8.My teachers are very________________(严格) with us.
9.Thank you for your_________________(宝贵的) advice.
10.After _________________ ( 完成 ) all the work , I want to have a good rest.
11.They are ________________(受苦) from SARS.
12.He hasn't ______________(回复) my last letter yet.
13.I can ____________(almost not)believe what her says .
14.Could you teach me how to a_____________the balance between work and play ?
15.Students don't have much time to r___________for tests at times .
( )1._________your English teacher_________ you ?
A. Do ,strict in B. Does ,strict with
C. is , strict with D. is strict in
( )2.My father is interested in books. He often stays ____ reading novels till mid-night.
A. up B. away C. on D. with
( )3.“This made me feel angry.” Is a kind of ____________structure.(结构)
A. S + V + O B. S + V + DO C. S + V + IO + DO D. S + V + DO + OC
( )4.Do you have any other _____ to make on the subject?
A. advices B. informations C. suggestions D. news
( )5._____ of the twins has been there before.
A. Both B. Neither C. all D. None
( )6.The colours of his trousers are different from _____ of yours.
A. one B. ones C. that D. those
( )7._____ of the twins has been there before.
A. Both B. Neither C. all D. None
( )8.“What do you think of his surfing?” “Oh, no one does __ .”
A. good B. well C. better D. best
( )9.You look _____ . What do you _____ ?
A. worry, worry about B. worry; worried about
C. worried; worry about D. worried; worried about
( )10.Can you please spend _____ explaining it _____ us?
A. sometimes; to B. some time; to C. some times; for D. sometime; for
( )11.if he doesn't go to the cinema tomorrow. ___________________
A. so do I B. neither do I C. so will I D. neither will I
( )12.I stayed at home .I went to the park to the cinema.
A. neither; nor B. either;or C. both ; and D. between; and
( )13.Can you find a way of _____________ this problem ?
A. deal with B. deal about C. dealing with D. dealing about
( )14.Mr ,Smith always makes his class______________ .
A. lively and interested B. lively and interesting
C. alive and interested D. alive and interesting .
( )15.Not only Tom but also I ______from the city of Paris .
A.am B.is C.are D.was
just see find lose talk return want be agree change move
Mr Dong__1__to HongKong.Mow , a tourist __2__his way and is asking Mr Dong for help .He ___3__to go to the train station .But he can't __4___it .Mr Dong says that it__5__next to the tower clock in the past , but now it __6___.Things____7____a lot over the years .The tourist __8__with him and he __9___the big and modern airport .They have a good time__10___with each other .At last Mr Dong shows him the way to the train station .
1._____________ 2._____________ 3._____________ 4._____________
6._____________ 7._____________ 8._____________ 9._____________
Henry was a pen name used by an American writer of short stories. was William Sydney Porter. He was born in North Carolina in 1862. a young boy he lived a poor life. He did not go to school for very long , he tried to teach everything he needed to know. When he was about 20 years old , Henry went to Texas. He different jobs there. He first worked for a newspaper, and then he had a in a bank . When some money went from the bank . Henry to have stolen it. Because of , he was sent to prison(监狱)。
During the three years in prison , he learnt to write . After he got out of prison, he went to . He wrote about New York and the of the poor there. with a sudden change at the end, to the readers? surprise.
( )1.A.first B. last C. family D. real
( )2.A.Like B. As C. For D. Since
( )3.A.but B. and C. or D. not
( )4.A.one B. him C. himself D. someone
( )5.A.looked for B. lost C. tried D. missed
( )6.A.classmate B. friend C. work D. job
( )7.A.away B. missing C. back D. out
( )8.A.said B. told C. talked about D. asked
( )9.A.that B. the C. those D. these
( )10.A.letters B. messages C. short stories D. music
( )11.A.studying B. learning C. reading D. writing
( )12.A.nearly B. certainly C. hardly D. mostly
( )13.A.people B. life C. person D. live
( )14.A.because B. because of C. so D. so that
( )15.A.begin B. finish C. do D. make
We are always using body language in our daily life. When we have a conversation with someone, we may be using more body language than words. However, the same body language may mean different things in different countries. That?s why people sometimes do not understand each other correctly. Pointing to one part of the body can mean differently in different cultures. For example, in the USA people point to their heads when they think someone is clever. However, in Europe it means ?He or she is stupid or something is wrong with his or her head?. In our Chinese culture, nodding our head up and down means ?yes? and shaking our head from side to side means ?no?. However, in parts of India, Greece and Turkey, it means just the opposite. In England or the USA, when you raise your hand and make a circle with the thumb and the second finger, it means ?You?re all right or Everything is OK?. However, if we do this in France or Belgium, it means ?You?re worth zero?. In Greece or Turkey, we should not make this gesture（手势）. Or we are thought to be very rude.
The meaning of gestures can also change over time. In the 1960s, the V sign meant ?peace?. However, during World War II, it meant ?victory?. In Greece, it is a very insulting（污辱性）sign.
Though the meaning of body language is different, there are some expressions having the same meaning throughout the world, such as smiling and crying.
( )1. In England, if people point to their heads it means they think someone is _________.
A. clever B. stupid C. headache D. angry
( )2.In India, if one nods his head up and down, it means he ______.
A. doesn't agree B. agree C. is happy D. is sad
( )3.In France, if you raise your hand and make a circle with the thumb and the second finger, it means ________.
A. you are clever B. everything is OK
C. it is true D. you are worth nothing
( )4.Which country's body language is most different from our usual thinking?
A. France B. England C. GreeceD. India
( )5.V sign meant _______________ about forty years ago.
A. victory B. killing C. festival D. peace
“If you want to see a thing well, reach out and touch it!” That may seem a strange thing to say. But touching things can help you to see them better. Your eyes can tell you that a glass ball is round. But by holding it in your hands, you can feel how smooth and cool the ball is. You can feel how heavy the glass is. When you feel all these about the ball, you really see it. With your skin, you can feel better. For example, your fingers can tell the difference between the two coins in your pocket. You can feel a little drop of water on the back of your hand, too.
All children soon learn what “Don't touch!” means. They hear it often. Yet most of us keep on touching things as we grow up. In shops, we touch tings as we might buy: food, clothes. To see something well, we have to touch it.
There are ways of learning to see well by feeling. One way is to close your eyes and try to feel everything that is touching your skin. Feel the shoes on your feet, the clothes on your body, the air on your skin. At first, it is not easy to feel these things. You are too used to them!
Most museums are just for looking. But today some museums have some things to touch. Their signs
say,“Do touch!” There you can feel everything on show. If we want to see better, reach out and touch. Then you will really see!
( )6.By touching things you _______________.
A. will have a good feeling
B. will learn how to reach out your hand
C. can tell the difference of the things
D. can tell what colours they are
( )7.When people buy things in shops, they often _ in the writer's opinion.
A. pay attention to their colours B. keep their right hands on them
C. ask about their price D. feel and touch them
( )8.Why does it say “At first, it is not easy to feel these things?” Because ______.
A. people use these things, too B. people are too used to the things
C. people know how to use the things D. the things are easy to feel
( )9.Which of the following is true? _______________.
A. Touching is more important than seeing
B. Our feet, fingers, hands and skin can help us buy food
C. People have to learn to see by feeling as they grow up
D. Visitors can feel the things on show in some museums
( )10.Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?
A. Touching by Feeling B. To see or to Feel
C. To See Better － Feel D. Ways of Feeling
( )1.Taking more exercise and eating less food_____ good for your health.
A. is B. are C. was D. were
( )2. ______ your parents strict_____ you and_____ your study?
A. Is, with, in B. Are, in, with C. Is, in, with D. Are, with, in
( )3. Don?t forget_____ your girlfriend here next time.
A. to bring B. bringing C. to take D. taking
( )4. Would you please_____ in the library?
A. not to talk loudly B. don?t talk loudly C. not talk loudly D. not talking loudly
( )5. The boy is very lazy. Before the exams he would rather watch TV than____for his tests.
A. revise B. to revise C. revising D. to revising
( )6. We don?t think it?s good to stay_____ late to play computer games.
A. on B. out C. from D. out of
( )7. It?s so_____ in the classroom that he can?t focus on his homework.
A. noise B. noisy C. noisier D. noisily
( )8. Would you like some coffee?
Yes, and please get me some milk, too. I prefer coffee_____ milk.
A. with B. of C. to D. than
( )9. You shouldn?t_____ too much. It?s bad for your health to_______.
A. worry, worried B. worried, worry C. worry, worry about D. worry, be worried
( )10. Would you mind lending me your bike?_________.
A. Certainly not, here you are B. Yes, OK
C. Yes, My bike is broken D. Yes, here you are.
( )11. Why don?t you like the talk? It?s_____ one that I have ever listened to.
A. the most interesting B. the least interesting
C. more interesting D. such an interesting
( )12. What are you going to do this afternoon? I?m not sure. I ___ go shopping with my mother.
A. may B. can C. must D. need
( )13. I haven?t heard from him_____ last year.
A. by B. since C. / D. in
( )14. If you are feeling stressed, you should_____.
A. shout at your friends B. share your problems with friends
C. quarrel with your friends D. blame your parents
( )15. Students should pay no attention to people who_____ them.
A. laughs at B. laugh at C. laugh over D. laughs over
( )16. Thanks for listening to my problem and_____. ________.
A. give me your advice B. giving me your advice
C. give me your advice D. giving me your advices
( )17. I?m sorry I?m late again because I _____ catch the early bus.
A. won?t B. didn?t C. don?t D. haven?t
( )18. He feels very lonely because he has_____ close friends.
A. A. few B. a few C. little D. a little
( )19. Can I get you a cup of tea? _________.
A. With pleasure B. It?s nice of you C. Thank you for the tea D. You can, please
( )20. Do you think that Mr Smith is a _______ person?
A. happily B. quickly C. slowly D. friendly
( )21.The meeting will be held in half an hour, but they haven?t got everything ready____.
A. ever B. already C. yet D. still
( )22. He doesn?t know_____ to hand in the homework. I think he may do it tomorrow.
A. where B. what C. which D. when
( )23. He has got something to_____ at the meeting
A. tell B. talk C. speak D. say
( )24. I like the pictures which_____ on show.
A. is B. being C. was D. are
( )25. Let?s go to play football,_____?
A. shall we B. shall you C. will we D. will you
1. If you work hard, you?ll_________________(success) in the exams.
2. Thank you very much for giving us some______________(value) advice.
3. On of my_____________(hobby) is to collect stamps.
4. You must give up_____________(play) computer games, or you?ll fail in the exam.
5. He often________________(quarrel) with his wife about housework.
6.When you have problems, you?d better write a letter to your best friend about
how________________(deal) with these problems.
7. I read about one of his___________(article) on___________(teen) problems in the newspaper.
8. From his words, we draw the ____________(conclude) that he was lying to us.
9. It?s ______________(polite) to laugh at the disabled persons.
10. Why not ____________(send) an e-mail to her instead of ___________(reply) to her letter?
11. We think it _________(necessary) to give students tests every day. If so, the students will be
12. He?s business-like. He?s good at _______________( plan) things ahead.
13. Our English teacher uses different____________(act) to keep us __________(interest) in class.
14.I really don?t know which __________(do) first. I feel __________(stress) from time to time.
15.I hope I can have my parents?________________(support).
16.Are you crazy about ______________( play) football?
17.Keeping your ____________(worry) to yourself can make them worse.
18. She?s making a few birthday _______________(wish) , but we don?t know what she?s wishing for.
19. ______________(hand) in your homework on time, or your teacher will be angry with you.
20. It?s my_______________(please) to give you some useful ________________(suggest).
21. Don?t make any _____________(noise) any more. It?s much too ______________(noise) here.
22.______________(much) you eat, the ____________(health) you?ll be, because ___________(eat) too much will make you ___________(health).
23. It?s not _______(wise) to spend hours_____(play) football after school or ______(stay) out late.
24.She is not very ________________(sport), she can?t run fast and hates swimming.
25.The problem of stress gets _________________(bad) when people don?t share their problems.
It was very cold that day. It was __1__ heavily and the ground was covered with __2__ snow. The shepherd thought it was dangerous to __3__ the hill and it was difficult for the sheep to find some __4__ there. So he decided to stay in the __5__ room. He put some hay(干草) in a pen(围栏) __6__ the sheep could eat it when they were __7__. The dog, who felt cold outside, lay on the __8__ hay and soon went to sleep.
At noon the sheep wanted to eat the hay. They were __9__ afraid of the dog and __10__ could get close to it. At last the __11__ sheep came to the hay. Before he started to eat, the dog heard it and opened his eyes. He barked(吠) loudly to __12__ him. The sheep ran away __13__. Looking at the unnatural(不近人情的) dog, the sheep began to talk __14__.
“What a selfish(自私的) dog!” said one of the sheep. “He cannot eat the hay, and yet refuses to __15__ those who can to eat!”
( )1. A. raining B. snowing C. blowing D. shining
( )2. A. thick B. thin C. beautiful D. big
( )3. A. play on B. live on C. climb up D. go to
( )4. A. cake B. grass C. fruit D. vegetables
( )5. A. cold B. cool C. hot D. warm
( )6. A. in order to B. so as to C. so that D. in order
( )7. A. hungry B. sick C. full D. free
( )8. A. hard B. soft C. thin D. wet
( )9. A. both B. either C. all D. neither
( )10. A. none B. neither C. any D. some
( )11. A. smallest B. youngest C. weakest D. strongest
( )12. A. meet B. greet C. warn D. receive
( )13. A. easily B. happily C. sadly D. quickly
( )14. A. angrily B. happily C. quietly D. politely
( )15. A. let B. ask C. forget D. allow
Sigmund Freud was a world-famous doctor of Vienna（维也纳）. He was also a man full of humour（幽默）. Once, at his 70th birthday party, a friend asked Freud if he could put his work into several words. “Well,” said Freud, “we take the sick out of their trouble and return them to the common suffering.”
As a devoted（忠实的）son, Freud often visited his old mother. His mother usually spent her summers in a small mountain town in Austria（奥地利）. The King Josef usually spent his summers there, too. One day in the summer, a band（乐队）was playing a lively tune（曲子）when Freud?s mother was sitting at the window and watching the people singing and dancing on Main Street. The old woman had a poor memory. She heard the band playing, but forgot it was the King?s birthday. Freud was visiting his mother on her 95th birthday. He told his mother, “Mama, the band is playing for your birthday.” She believed him and had a wonderful day.
( )1、Freud was a famous of .
A．doctor, Austria B．general, Vienna
C．King, Austria D．doctor, Australia
( )2、From what Freud said at his 70th birthday party, we can see that he was .
A．a brave man B．a sick man
C．a devoted man D．a man full of humour
( )3、One day Freud came to the small mountain town for A．his 70th birthday B．the King Josef?s birthday
C．his mother?s birthday D．for his holiday
( )4、Which of the four sentences is wrong?
A．Freud?s mother and the King Josef usually spent their summers in the same place.
B．Freud? mother?s birthday and the King?s birthday were on the same day.
C．Freud?s mother was so old that her memory was very bad.
D．She knew that the band was playing for the King.
( )5、Freud?s mother felt very happy on her 95th birthday because .
A．the King Josef himself came to celebrate（庆贺）her birthday
B．the people of the town came out to celebrate her birthday
C．she believed that the band was playing for her birthday
D．she heard the band playing a lively tune so wonderfully