《9A Unit 5 Films》Checkout教学案
1. To review the use and structure of the past perfect tense.
2．To review vocabulary related to the film industry tense.
1．Master the use and structure of the past perfect tense.
1. A_________________, you ought to finish it this week.
2. His a________________ go beyond IT i________________.
3. More and more famous actors in China work ________________(close) with the Charities. 4.Bill Gates is very e________________ in improving Softwares(软件)
5.The a_____________ power comes from daily practice.
6..He told me he ____________ (arrive)in Wuhan very soon.
7.Lots of food____________ (give) to the people in earthquake a month ago.
8.We don’t believe him but he _______(says firmly that is true)he is right. 9.They (study)the map of the country before they (leave). 10.Paul (go) out with Jane after he ______(make) a phone call.
11.Our plan _______(fail ) because we ________(make) a bad mistake.
12.When I __________(arrive) at the station, he _________ (leave).
13. We were surprised at what she _________already_________ (do)
14. By the time I got there,the plane ________________(leave) already. 15. I told her that I ________________(be) to the Great Wall.
16. She ________________(teach) in this school for more than ten years.
17. By the end of last year,we ________________(read) 300 English story.
18. He said he _______already_______(give) the book to the teacher.
1.English is widely used t______________ the world. We should try our best to learn English well.
2.Bill Gate’s achievements went beyond the computer i________.
3.The great leader d__________ his lifetime to Chinese people.
4.The old man lived p________________ in a small village.
5.Can you describe the robber’s a____________to the policeman.
6.Many people m_______________ the loss of a great policewoman in 2004.
7.Students should put all their ___________(努力) into their study.
8.After a short s______________, the audience clapped their hands
二、单项选择： ( )1. Tom went home in a hurry because he _________his English book at home.
A. forgot B. had forgotten C. left D. had left ( )2. It's _________ that Chen Daoming is a talented actor.
A. well-known B. well known C. well know D. well knowing
( )3. The number of the students in our school _________ about 2,500.A number of them _________
from the country.
A. are; are B. is; are C. is; is D. is; comes
( )4. Would you mend my car? I _________ not __________it.
A. will; begin B. can; begin C. will; start D. can; start
( )5. —Must I finish my homework today?
A. can’t B. mustn’t C. don’t D. don't have to
( )6. The stars __________small because they are very far away from us.
A. turn B. become C. are D. look
( )7. Your hair is too long. You _________ it _________ .
A. should cut; long B. ought not to cut; short
C. had better have; cut D. had to have; cut
( )8. The door is broken. Try to _________ who broke it.
A. find out B. find C. look D. look for
( )9. Girls are _________ interested in shopping around.
A. special B. especial C. specially D. especially
( )10. Mary devoted as much time as she could _________for the elderly.
A. care B. caring C. to care D. to caring
( )11. I don’t know if it _________ next Sunday. If it _________,we won’t go to the cinema.
A. will rain; will rain B. rains; rains C. will rain; rains D. rains; will rain
( )12. She is _________ at the _________ news. A. surprising; surprising B. surprised; surprised
C. surprising; surprised D. surprised; surprising
( )13. I have seen the film Titanic, and _________ leading actor is my favourite.
A. its B. it’s C. whose D. which ( )14. He doesn’t like _________very much. He’d rather _________a director.
A. action; become B. acting; be C. action; to become D. acting; to be
( )15. —Thank you for your help. Without your help, I couldn’t work out the problem last night.. —_________ .
A. with pleasure B. My pleasure C. All right D. No, thanks
HONG KONG-Nine out of ten Singapore citizens returned dropped wallets with money in them, but in Hong Kong only three out of 10 wallets were returned in an honesty test carried out in Asian cities by Readers Digest(读者文摘)．
Larger cities did worse while in general people in smaller places returned secretly planted wallets, results from the experiment showed.
Readers Digest secretly scattered 140 wallets all over Asia, each with a name, address and phone number, family pictures, notes and money in it.
The magazine workers then watched to see what happened.
South Koreans in Seoul returned six out of the ten dropped wallets, while those in Inchon returned eight.
50 percent of the dropped wallets were returned in Bombay, Bangkok, Taipei and Kajang in Malaysia, with most people saying they would not keep what was not rightfully theirs.
Honesty had little relation to wealth or status(地位),as several well-dressed people in a number of cities were observed to walk away without doing anything to get in touch with the rightful owners. About 57 percent of the wallets were returned, compared with 28 percent in Europe in a similar experiment and 67 percent in the United States.
( )1. The newspaper report is mainly about__________.
A. how the honesty test was carried out
B. where the honesty test was carried out
C. the results of the honesty test in Asia
D. the results of the honesty tests in the world
( )2. It can be learned from the newspaper report that Bombay is a city in _________．
A. Europe B. Asia C. the United States D. Malaysia
( )3. How many of the wallets dropped in Asian cities were taken away without being returned?
A. About 60. B. About 80. C. About 56. D. About 42.
( )4. Which people did best in the honesty tests?
A. People in Hong Kong. B. People in the United States.
C. People in Inchon. D. People in Singapore.
Around the world more and more people are taking part in dangerous sports and activities. Of course, there have always been people who have looked for adventure – those who have climbed the highest mountains, traveled into unknown parts of the world or sailed in small boats across the greatest oceans. Now, however, there are people who try to find an immediate thrill(毛骨悚然)from a risky activity which may only last a few minutes or even seconds.
I would consider bungee jumping to be a good example of such an activity. You jump from a high place(perhaps a bridge or a hot-air balloon)200 meters above the ground with an elastic(有弹性的)rope tied to your ankles. You fall at up t0 150 kilometers an hour until the rope stops you from hitting the ground. Other activities which most people would say are as risky as bungee jumping include jumping from tall buildings and diving into the sea from the top of high cliffs(峭壁).
Why do people take part in such activities as these? Some psychologists(心理学家) suggest that it is because life in modern societies has become safe and boring(令人厌烦). Life, according to many people, offers little excitement. They live and work safely and comfortably. The answer for some of these people is to try to find danger in activities such as bungee jumping.
( )5. Which of the following is the best title for this test?
A. Bungee jumping: a dangerous sport
B. Bungee jumping: an exciting sport
C. Dangerous sports: what and how?
D. Dangerous sports: what and why?
( ) 6. Which of the following shows the movement in bungee jumping?
( )7. People take part in dangerous sports mainly because _________ .
A. they want to have a change in sports
B. there is not much work for them to do
C. there is not much excitement in their lives
D. they are curious about such sports'
( )8. It seemed that the writer of the text is _________.
A. afraid of dangerous sports
B. against dangerous sports
C. for dangerous sports
D. neither for nor against dangerous sports