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初二英语8A Unit 1单元测试  

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A. 根据句意及中文提示,写出单词的适当形式,使句子意思完整正确

1.         She is the ___________ (苗条) student in our class.

2.         At last she ____________ (同意) to go to the park with us.

3.         The old man is ___________ (几乎) fifty years old, but he still looks young.

4.         ----Do you __________(相信) his words ? ----No, he often tells lies.

5.         Do you talk to your best friend when you have __________(问题)?

 

B. 用所给词的适当形式填空

1.         You should do your___________ to study hard . ( good )

2.         Simon is____________ in his class, I think . (care)

3.         Shanghai is________ (hot ) in summer, Nanjing is___________ (hot ) than Shanghai .

4.         This book is not as_______________ (interest ) as that one .

5.         There are __________ many)students in Class One than in Class Two.

6.         Amy is one of the best __________ (swim) at the school.

7.         The girl is a top student in her school. She'll go abroad for _________(far) study next month.

8.         I never feel __________ (bore ) or unhappy when I am with him.

 

C. 根据中文意思,完成句子,每空一词

1. Max很有幽默感。

    Max has a ______ ______ ______ __________.

2. 数学没有英语有趣。

    Maths isn’t ______ __________ _________ English.

3. 她长大后相当一名社会工作者。

    She wants to be a ______ _________ when she ______ ______.

4. May乐意和朋友分享她的食物。

    May is _________ _________ ______ her food ______ her friends.

5. 长江是世界上最长的河流之一。

    The Changjiang River is ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ in the world.

 

D. 单项选择

(   ) 1. ----What makes you ______ he is from the UK? ----The way he speaks.

        A. thinks             B. thinking           C. thought   D. think

(   ) 2. I should try my best ______ English well.

        A. learning           B. learn                      C. learnt       D. to learn

(   ) 3. I think diving is ______ activity of all.

        A. most dangerous                               B. more dangerous  

        C. the most dangerous                             D. the more dangerous

(   ) 4. Our history teacher looks funny. He always wears a smile ______ his face.

        A. at                   B. on                         C. in            D. from

(   ) 5. The meat smells_______. You’d better throw it away.

        A. bad                 B. wonderful              C. badly       D. wonderfully

(   ) 6. We all think playing football is ______ than ______ TV.

        A. healthier, watching                           B. healthier, watch  

        C. more healthy, watching                       D. more healthy, watch

(   ) 7. ----I don’t know what to do next. Can you give me ______? ----Of course.

        A. a advice          B. an advice                C. some advice   D. any advices

(   ) 8. Shanghai is larger than ______ in China.

        A. any city                 B. any other city         C. other city        D. another city

(   ) 9. Can you work better with ______ money and ______ people?

        A. little, few        B. less, fewer             C. little, fewer      D. least, most

(   ) 10. ----Whose picture is better, Jack’s or Tom’s?

             ----I like both and I think Jack draws ______ Tom.

        A. better than      B. worse than            C. as good as      D. as well as

(   ) 11. Last Sunday we didn’t go to the park ________ the bad weather.

        A. because        B. if                        C. because  of   D. so

(   ) 12. Today she looks_______. Look! She is looking_________ at his son.

        A. happy, happy                              B. happily, happily  

        C. happy, happily                              D. happily, happy

(   ) 13. Daniel scored ________ points in the exam in his class.

        A. less              B. the least                 C. the fewest       D. fewer

(   ) 14. ----I hear you talk about your friend, John so much. ______?

            ----Well, he’s a bit tall. He is always well dressed.

        A. Is he tall                                    B. What does he look like

        C. What is he like                            D. B&C

(   ) 15. ----What are you going to give your mother for her birthday?

            ----I’m not sure. But I’ll buy her ______.

        A. something special                            B. anything special 

        C. special something                            D. special anything

 

E. 完形填空

Everyone needs friends. We all like to feel close to someone. It is nice to have a friend to __1__, laugh, and to do things with. Certainly, __2__ we need to be alone. We don’t always want people __3__. But we would feel lonely if we never have friends.

No two people are just the same. Friends sometimes don’t get on well with each other. It doesn’t mean that they no longer __4__ each other. Most of the time they will make up (言归于好) and become friends again.

Sometimes friends __5__ away. Then we feel very sad. We miss them very much, but we can __6__ them and write to them. And we can __7__ new friends. It is surprising to find out __8__ we like new people when we get to know them.

There is more good news for people who have friends. They live __9__ than people who don’t. Why? It could be that they are happier. __10__ happy helps you stay well. Or it could be just knowing that someone cares about you. If someone cares about you, you take better care of yourself.

(   ) 1. A. speak             B. talk               C. tell                D. say

(   ) 2. A. always            B. often            C. usually          D. sometimes

(   ) 3. A. around            B. alone           C. away             D. above

(   ) 4. A. know               B. think            C. hate               D. like

(   ) 5. A. go                  B. leave            C. move             D. set

(   ) 6. A. ask                 B. call              C. tell                  D. help

(   ) 7. A. chat                B. have           C. make              D. be

(   ) 8. A. how much       B. how long     C. how many      D. how often

(   ) 9. A. more              B. longer          C. shorter          D. less

(   ) 10. A. Be                B. Being           C. Make            D. Making

 

F. 阅读理解

A

Name

Personal Information

Ludwig von

Beethoven

Born in 1770 in Germany, A musician, Died in 1827

Florence

Nightingale

Born in Italy on May 12, 1820, An English nurse, Died in 1910

Bill Gates

Born in 1955 in the USA, Wrote Business @ the speed of Thought

Owns Microsoft

Thomas Edison

Born in 1847 in the USA, Made over 1,000 inventions

Died in 1931

Yao Ming

Born on September 12, 1980 in Shanghai, China

A basketball player

Playing for the Houston Rockets, USA

(   ) 1. Florence Nightingale is from ______.

        A. Canada      B. the USA      C. Italy        D. China

(   ) 2. The ______ was born in 1770.

        A. musician     B. nurse        C. businessman  D. scientist

(   ) 3. Business @ the speed of Thought is the name of a ______.

        A. song        B. book         C. school       D. film

(   ) 4. Thomas Edison died in ______.

        A. 1910        B. 1827         C. 1847        D. 1931

(   ) 5. Which of the following is TRUE?

        A. Yao Ming is playing basketball for Los Angeles Lakers in America.

        B. Beethoven made over 1,000 inventions.

       C. Edison was born in 1820.

       D. Bill Gates is the author (作者) of Business @ the speed of Thought.

 

B

Cats are the most popular pets among Americans. So it is not surprising that there are a lot of expressions about cats. Some cats like to catch small birds, like canaries (金丝雀). If someone looks very proud and satisfied with himself, we say “he looks like the cat that ate the canary.”

Sometimes, a cat likes to play with a small animal it catches. So if you “play cat and mouse” with someone, it means that you change between different kinds of behavior when dealing with another person. For example, a girl might offer something sweet to her little brother and then take it away when he reaches for it.

Americans might say that something is “the cat’s miaow” or “the cat’s pajamas(睡衣)” to describe something that is the best or finest. “A copycat” is someone who acts just like someone else or copies another person’s work. “A fat cat” is a person with a lot of money.

If you tell about something that is supposed to be a secret, we say you “let the cat out of the bag”. If you are not able to speak or answer a question, someone might ask you if “the cat has got your tongue(舌头)”

Have you ever watched children in a classroom when their teacher leaves for a few minutes? “When the cat’s away, the mice will play” means people sometimes act badly when there is no supervision (监管).

You may have heard the expression “curiosity killed the cat”. This means caring too much about things that are not your business might cause problems.

If you have ever had cats as pets, you know it is difficult to train them or to get them to do something. Cats are not like Sheep or cows that can be moved in a group. So we say a difficult or impossible job is like “herding (放牧) cats”.

(   ) 6. What can we learn from the passage?

A. The expression “a fat cat” is used to describe someone who is very fat.

B. The expression “play cat and mouse” usually means “play tricks on others”.

C. It is more difficult to keep sheep or cows than cats.

D. There are more expressions about cats than those about dogs.

(   ) 7. In which of the following situations do we most probably use the expression “curiosity killed the cat”?

A. Someone always asked a lady her age or weight and it made her angry.

B. Someone promised to keep a secret but he failed to do so.

C. Someone won the first prize in an English singing competition and he felt very excited.

D. Someone tried to swim across the Yangtze River with his newly broken legs.

(   ) 8. Where can you most probably find the passage?

A. In a scientific research paper about cats.

B. On a website telling people how to keep cats.

C. In a magazine telling various jokes and funny stories.

D. In a language book that teaches students how to use American slang.

 

G. 首字母填空

London has a population of about 7,000,000. From about 1800 until World War Two, London was the b ______ city in the world, but now there are many c_________ which are much bigger.

London is f _______ for many things. Tourists(观光客) come from all over the world to v_______ its famous buildings and h_______ the famous clock, Big Ben.

Like many big cities, London has p________ with traffic and pollution. Over1,000,000 people a day use the London underground, but there are still too m________ cars on the streets. The air isn’t clean, but it is c_________ than it was 100 years ago.

For me, the best things about London are the parks. There are five in the city c________. But my children’s f _______ place is Hamleys, the biggest toy shop in the world!

 

 

 

 

Keys:

 

A

1. slimmest  2. agreed  3. almost  4. believe  5. problems 

 

B

1. best  2. the most careful  3. hot, hotter  4. interesting  5. more  6. swimmers  7. further  8. bored 

 

C

1. good sense of humour  2. as interesting as  3. social worker, grows up  4. willing to share, with 

5. one of the longest rivers

 

D

1~5 D D C B A  6~10 A C B B D  11~15 C C C D A

 

E

1~5 B D A D C  6~10 B C A B B

 

F

A) C A B D D  B) B A D

 

G

1. biggest  2. cities  3. famous  4. visit  5. hear  6. problems  7. many  8. cleaner  9. centre  10. favourite

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