Unit 12 单元过关测试
1. In France, if you don't want any more food, you should say, “________”.
A.I'm pretty full. B.It was delicious.
C.No, I don't want any more. D.No, please don't.
2. Don’t throw litter around. Please__________.
A. pick it up B. pick up it C. pick up them D. pick them up
3.Jim ________ get up very late. But now he _______ getting up early.
A.used to; is used to B.used to; used to
C.was used to; is used to D.was used to; used to
4.Your mother look a bit disappointed. You ________ have told her the truth.
A. should B. must C. can
5.I find ________ difficult to remember everything, though I’m still young.
A. that B. this C. it
6.________was the party at Jim’s house last night?
A. What B. When C. How D. Why
7.She had never been to the great Wall before. Today she saw it ________ the first time.
A. at B. for C. in D. By
8.Do you know the boy ________ his hand towards us?
A. waves B. to wave C. waving D. wave
9.Do you need ________ to read on the train?
A. special anything B. any special thing C. anything specially D. anything special
10.Do you know the boy ________ his hand towards us?
A. waves B. to wave C. waving D. wave
11.------ Will you come to the dinner party?
------ I won’t come until Jenny __________.
A. will be invited B. can be invited C. invited D. is invited
12.In Switzerland, people ________ visit a friend’s house.
A. make plans B. make plans to C. makes plans to D. make a plan
13.He _____ in his English Test Paper. His teacher was very angry with him.
A. makes some mistakes B. make a mistake C.made few mistakes D. made many mistakes
14.All the students went to the Blue Water Aquarium _______ Lucy because she was ill in hospital.
A.beside B.expect C.besides D.except
15.You ________ get her a as birthday gift.
A.should be supposed to B.are suppose to C.are supposed to D.should suppose to
16.It's good manners ________ for the first time in China.
A.to shake a hand B.to kiss each other C.to bow D.to shake hands
17.--Would you mind turning down the radio? I'm studying for the test．
--____________．I'll do it right now．
A.Of course B.No, thanks C.Certainly D.No, not at all
18.What made you _______?
A.feeling so disappointed B.to feel so disappointed
C.feel so disappointed D.so disappointing
19.It's ______ to visit friends without calling first in Switzerland.
A.rude B.impolite C.polite D.good 20.-What do you think of the film last night?
-Nothing is even worse. I_____ it would be interesting.
A. think B. have thought C. thought D.had thought
21.- I’m not swimming in the lake unless it warm up outside today.
-Neither am I. But unfortunately I hear it’s supposed to_____ as cold all day.
A.stay B.be C.like D.still 22.–Hi, Tony. How did your experiment go yesterday?
-Well, it wasn’t as ____ as I had thought.I’m supposed to continue doing it tonight.
A. hard B.good C. easy D. the same
23.-A latest English newspaper, please!
-Only one copy. Would you like to have ____,sir.
A. one B. it C.this D. that
24.-Have you ever been to Beijing?
-No. I’d like to, _____.
A. too B.though C. yet D.instead
25.-What are you supposed to do after school?
-I’m supposed to go home. I’m not supposed to______ with my friends.
A. go out B. get out C.hang out D. run out
26.---Is it easy for people from different countries to greet each other?
--- I don’t think so. Because different countries have different _______. A. clothes B. food C. way D. customs
27.What is an “abbreviation” in the following words? ___________
A. CU. B. BTW. C. CUL8r. D. How R U?
28. Miss Green started to cook dinner without a rest after home from work.
A. had, came B. having, came C. had, coming D. having, coming
29.Please your table the cloth. A. wipe, in B. wipe, by C. wipe, with D. clean, by
30. My biggest challenge is to behave at the dinner table.
A. to learn what B. learning when C. learning what D. learning how
31.The girl was nervous before she went to America.
A. a bit of
A. at, with B. a bit B. to with C. a few D. a little of D. to using 32.It’s rude to point anyone your chopsticks. C. at using
33.Everyone is quite to have a trip.
A. pleased, pleasant B. pleasing, pleased C. pleasure, please D. pleasant, pleased
34.The Smiths and we had a good time together.
A. looked up B. turned up C. stood by D. dropped by
35.My father gave up last year because he found it bad his health.
A. to smoke, for B. smoking, to C. to smoke, to D. smoking, for
Some British and American people like to invite friends for a meal at home. You should not be upset（不安的）if your English friends don’t invite you home. It doesn’t mean they don’t like you. Dinner parties usually start between 7 and 8 p.m. and end at about 11. Ask your hosts（主人）what time you should arrive. It’s polite to bring flowers, chocolates or a bottle of wine as a gift. Usually the evening starts with drinks and snacks（小吃）. If you want to be extra polite, say how much you like the room, or the pictures on the wall. But remember－it’s not polite to ask how much things cost.
In many families, the husband sits at one of the table and the wife sits at the other end. They eat with their guests.
You’ll probably start the meal with soup or something small, then you’ll have meat or fish with vegetables, and then dessert（甜点心）, followed by coffee. It’s polite to finish everything on your plate and to take more if you want it.
Did you enjoy the evening? Call your hosts the next day, or write them a short “thank you” letter. British and American people like to say “thank you, thank, thank you” all the time!
1. If your English friend doesn’t invite you to dinner at home, it means he or she ______.
A. doesn’t like you B. likes you C. can’t afford to do so D. is too busy
2. It’s impolite ______.
A. to ask about the price of a certain thing B. to say “thank you” to hosts
C. take nothing with you when you are invited to dinner
D. to eat up everything on your plate
3. The meal ends with _______ usually.
A. soup B. coffee C. meat or fish D. dessert
4. When you are invited to a dinner party, you’d better _______.
A. ask what time you should arrive B. take your wife with you
C. drink as more as possible D. eat more snacks as you can
5. Which of the following is true?
A. The hosts like the people who sit closer to them.
B. The hosts like the people who ask them time, price, age, etc.
C. The husband and the wife usually sit together. D. You can call your host the next day or write a letter of thanks after that.
Dinner customs (习惯) are different around the world. If you are a guest in Ghana( 加纳), this information will help you a lot.
In Ghana, dinner is usually from four in the afternoon to six in the evening. But there are no
strict rules (规则) about time. Whenever a guest arrives, a family offers food. When you go to a home, the person who receives guests takes you to the living room first. At this time everyone welcomes you. Then you go to the dinning room. There you wash your hands in a bowl of water. All the food is on the table.
In Ghana you usually eat with your fingers. You eat from the same dish as everyone else .But you eat from one side of the dish only. It is not polite to get food from the other side of the dish. After dinner, you wash your hands again in a bowl of water.
Most meals in Ghana have a dish called fufu. People in Ghana make fufu from the powder(粉末) of some plants. Sometimes they cut the fufu with a saw(锯子) because it is very hard. You must chew(咀嚼) fufu well, or you may get sick. You eat fufu with the fingers of your right hand only.
6.From the passage we know that in Ghana ______________.
A. the rules for dinner time are not strict B. dinner is always at six in the evening
C. a family offers food only at four in the afternoon
D. people usually invite their guests to dinner late in the evening
7.If you are a dinner guest in Ghana, the host (主人) always takes you to _______.
A. the dining room first B. the living room first
C. the kitchen first D. the garden first
8.People in Ghana usually eat ________.
A. from one side of a dish to the other B. from the other side of the dish
C. with their fingers D. with their spoons
9.In fact, most dishes in Ghana _______.
A. are cooked with the powder of some plants B. have fufu in them
C. are too hard to eat D. are not very hard
10.When you eat fufu, you’d better _________.
A. cut it with a saw B. use your right hand only C. chew it well
D. all of the above
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The school says no cheating happened in the test. Next year, it wants 80 percent of its exams 1.___________ 2.___________ 3._____________ 4._____________ 5._____________
6.___________ 7.___________ 8._____________ 9._____________ 10._____________
If you look at the sky one night and see something （1）_______(move) and shining that you
(2)_____ never ______(see) before, it might be a comet (彗星).
A comet sometimes looks like a star. Like a planet, a comet has no light of its own.It shines from the sunlight it reflects (反射). Like the earth, a comet (3)_______(go) round the sun, but on a much longer path (轨道) than the earth travels.
If a comet isn’t a star, what is it then?
Some scientists think that a large part of a comet is water frozen into pieces of ice and (4)______(mix) with iron and rock dust and perhaps a few big pieces of rock. When sunshine melts (融化) the ice in the comet, great clouds of gas go trailing after it. These clouds, together with the dust, form a long tail.
Many people perhaps (5)______(see) a comet. However no one knows how many comets there are. There (6)_______( be) millions of comets, but only a few come close enough for us to see. An Englishman (7)_______(name) Edmund Halley, who lived from 1656 to 1742, found out a lot about the paths that comets take through the sky. Some comets move out of our sight and never come back. Others keep (8)________(come) back at regular times. A big comet that keeps coming back was named after Halley because he was the one who worked out when it(9)_______(come) back again. Maybe you have ever seen Halley’s Comets because the last time it came close to the sun and the earth was in the year 1986. Then people all over the world were outside at night to look at it. You (10)____probably _____( see) Halley’s Comets when it comes near the earth again.
1.___________ 2.___________ 3._____________ 4._____________ 5._____________
6.___________ 7.___________ 8._____________ 9._____________ 10._____________
You may know the English letters A, B and C. But do you know there are people called ABC? You may like eating bananas. But do you know there is such a thing as a "banana person"? How strange! Are these people from "another earth"? No. They are just Chinese people like you and me. ABC means American-born Chinese.
An ABC is a Chinese, but was born in the United States. Sometimes, people call an ABC a "banana person". A banana is yellow outside and white inside. So, when a person is a banana, he or she is white inside-thinking like a Westerner and yellow outside-looking like a Chinese. Do you know why? Usually, ABCs know little about China or the Chinese language. Some of them do not speak Chinese. Also, they are not interested in Chinese politics. But if ABCs cannot speak Chinese, can .we still call them Chinese people? Yes, of course. They are Chinese. They are
were from China. They all have black eyes and-black hair. But they are not Chinese' citizens. They are not people of the People's Republic of China. For example , we all know the famous scientist
C. N.Yang (杨振宁). He got the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1957. Chinese people love him. But he is an American citizen.
1. "ABC" in this passage means"________________________
2.Chinese in Western countries are called "banana persons" because__________________________________________________________________________
4. C.N. Yang is mentioned here to show that_________________________________________
5. This passage mainly talks about___________________________________________________
1. You are ______ (suppose) to shake hands when you meet a Chinese friend.
2. Keep your eyes ______(close) when you are doing eye exercises.
3. A knife is _____ (use) for _______(cut) things.
4. Trees can keep water from _______ (run) away.
5. Do you still remember______(see) me somewhere in Beijing ?
6. Everything was ______( familiar ) with me because I was in Japan for the first time?
7. Though you failed this time, don’t give up______ (study) .You still have a lot of chances.
8. ________ ( spend ) time with family and friends is very important.
9. Remember ________(turn off) the light when you leave the room.
10. People are pretty _______( relax ) about time in Colombia.
要点提示：1.Greeting（问候） 2.Table manners 3.Attending a party
参考句型： We are supposed to…/ We are not supposed to We should / shouldn’t…
It’s polite/ rude to… We are allowed to…/ We aren’t allowed to…
We can/ could/ can’t/ couldn’t…
Dear Tom ,
Glad to hear from you again. Well, you want to know about Chinese customs. ______________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
1. C 2. A 3. B 4. A 5. D
ABCDD moving 2.have seen 3. goes 4. mixed 5 have seen. 6. may be 7. named 8. coming 9. would come 10.will see
2.they have yellow skin but thinking like a westerner
4.overseas Chinese are not Chinese citizens but they have Chinese blood
5.what ABC mean