选修 7 Unit 1 Living well 单元测试题 第一节 单项选择(共 15 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 15 分)
  21. ? Are you glad to hear from her? ? Of course. , we last met more than thirty years ago. A. What’s more B. That is to say C. In other words D. Believe it or not
第二节 完形填空(共 20 小题;每小题 1 分,满分 20 分) When I came to my new school three years ago, I was surprised at how lonely I felt. Then one of my classmates invited me to her house for a dinner 36 . I was a little anxious, but finally I gladly 37 . Not really knowing how 38 the bus ride should be, I 39 when I saw the landmarks 40 on my friend’s
hand-drawn map. But when I got close enough to the 41 , I found none of the streets were shown on the map. I was 42 on a busy road with cars driving past without a person in sight. I had no 43 when a bus did come by, I 45 when the

  22. He hurried to the station only that the train had left. A. to find B. finding C. found D. to have found
next bus would come, 44
got on. I told the bus driver where I wanted to

  23. The doctor insisted that only in this could the patient survive in the operation. A. way B. method C. means D. meaning
go and he said that I had caught the 46 bus, but he let me stay on. After he had finished his scheduled bus route, he 47 much. to help me out. I gratefully showed him my little hand-drawn map but 48 did not help

  24. Halfway up the mountain we stopped to . A. keep our breath B. hold our breath C. be out of breath D. take breath
He finally 49
me off at a main road to catch a different bus and was 50
that he could not help me bus driver. He

  25. with a difficult situation, Arnold decided to ask his boss for advice. A. To face B. Having faced C. Faced D. Facing
more. After a few minutes of walking, I noticed a bus pull up beside me. It was the 51
explained that he didn’t want to leave me there 52 . He sent out a call and someone radioed back, saying that the bus I needed to catch was about ten minutes away. At last I made it to the dinner party 53 over an hour late. I am forever thankful for the 54 that this bus driver had for me. His act of kindness left a 55 on my heart.
  36. A. meal
  37. A. accepted
  38. A. far
  39. A. drove on
  40. A. show
  41. A. street signs
  42. A. queuing
  43. A. meaning
  44. A. so
  45. A. suddenly B. party B. refused B. difficult B. walked away B. showing B. tall buildings B. sitting B. idea B. yet B. luckily B. wrong B. refused B. he B. dropped B. worried B. next B. lonely C. meeting C. got C. long C. hurried by C. shown C. traffic lights C. standing C. problem C. but C. finally C. best C. offered C. she C. drove C. sorry C. kind C. unaccompanied D. time D. received D. bad D. got off D. to show D. back yards D. waiting D. way D. still D. quickly D. fastest D. wanted D. they D. turned D. disappointed D. silly D. alone I was

  26. He was severely injured in the war and his prevented him from holding any job. A. inability B. disability C. hurt D. pain

  27. The health organization is its tenth anniversary this year. A. congratulating B. being congratulated C. celebrating D. being celebrated

  28. You were silly your car, otherwise it wouldn’t have been stolen. A. not locking B. to not lock C. not having locked D. not to lock

  29. The world will be different, and we will have to be prepared to the change. A. adapt to B. adopt to C. apply to D. devote to

  30. The fire made difficult to rescue the people trapped under the ruins in the earthquake. A. / B. this C. that D. it

  31. If better use is your spare time, you will have a more brilliant future. A. made of B. spent C. used for D. taken

  32. Having a walk after supper is certainly good for the old people, but it remains whether they will enjoy it. A. to see B. to be seen C. seeing D. seen

  46. A. right
  47. A. supplied
  48. A. it
  49. A. kept
  50. A. eager
  51. A. same
  52. A. helpless

  33. The disaster is so serious that the people in that area really have a lot of difficulty with their lives. A. with going B. to go on C. going on D. in going

  34. Energy drinks are not allowed in Australia but are brought in from New Zealand. A. to make B. to be made C. to have been made D. to be making

  35. Tom was very angry about to Mary’s birthday party. A. not inviting B. being not invited C. not being invited D. not to be invited

  53. A. after
  54. A. respect
  55. A. mark
B. although B. concern B. sign
C. until C. help C. symbol D. line
D. when D. love

  59. If you have exercised too much, . A. your breathing will take longer than 5 minutes to return to normal after you finish exercising B. your breathing will return to normal within 5 minutes after finishing exercising C. your heart will not be beating loudly D. you will be too tired to move
  60. This passage tells us that . A. it is better to do more running than walking B. the more exercise you do, the healthier you will be C. the unexercised muscles must be used again within 48 to 72 hours D. in order to lose weight, you have to run fast B We have all experienced days when everything goes wrong. A day may begin well enough, but suddenly everything seems to get out of control. Sometimes a single unimportant event may cause a number of things to happen. Let us suppose that you are preparing a meal and keeping an eye on the baby at the same time. The telephone rings and this causes your troubles to begin. While you are on the phone, the baby pulls the tablecloth off the table, destroying your half-prepared meal. You hang up hurriedly and attend to your baby. Meanwhile, the meal gets burnt. As if this is not enough to bring you to tears, your husband arrives home, unexpectedly bringing three guests to dinner. Things can also go wrong on the road. During rush hour one evening two cars collided and the drivers began to argue. The woman driver behind the two cars happened to be a learner. She got into a panic and stopped her car. This forced the driver following her to stop suddenly. This driver’s wife was sitting beside him holding a large cake, and as she was thrown forward, the cake went right through the window and landed on the road. A truck driver seeing a cake flying through the air slammed on the brakes. The truck was carrying empty beer bottles and hundreds of them slid off the back of the truck onto the road, causing a terrible traffic jam. It took the police an hour to get the traffic on the move again. In the meantime, the truck driver had to sweep up hundreds of broken bottles. Only two dogs were enjoying themselves, for they were happily having what was left of the cake.
  61. If you want to answer the phone without any trouble, you’d better . A. pull out the telephone line when you are with your baby B. put your baby on the bed and keep an eye on him / her C. not hurry to answer the phone D. make sure your baby is not near the table
  62. Who is responsible for the accidents that happened on the road? A. The two drivers who were arguing. B. It wasn’t mentioned in the passage.
第三部分 阅读理解(共 20 小题;每小题 2 分,满分 40 分) A Some people say that the best way to reduce the size of your waist is to do stomach exercise. Many people believe that when specific muscles are exercised, the fatty tissues (组织) in the immediate area are burned up. The truth is that exercise burns fat from all over the body and not from one specific area. Of course, if you reduce the fat throughout your body, you will certainly see results around your waist too. Some people believe that you need to exercise twice a week in order to keep a sufficient level of physical fitness. However, studies directed by American scientists show that unexercised muscles lose their strength very quickly. Within 48 to 72 hours, you must use the muscles again to reestablish (重建) the good physical effects. And what does that mean to you? American scientists concluded that while daily exercise is most helpful, exercising every other day or three days a week will keep a sufficient level of physical fitness. Is it true that you burn more calories running one mile than walking the same distance? The answer is no. The truth is that you use the same amount of energy whether you walk or run the mile, since in both cases you are moving the same weight the same distance. The speed does not matter. Of course, if you run rather than walk for 30 minutes, you will cover more distance, and therefore burn more calories. If your breathing doesn’t return to normal within 5 minutes after you finish exercising, you have exercised too much. Five minutes or so after exercising, your breathing should be normal, your heart shouldn’t be beating loudly, and you shouldn’t be tired.
  56. If you want to reduce the fat around your waist, you should . A. do stomach exercise C. exercise all the muscles of your body B. exercise the waist D. run fast for 30 minutes

  57. From the second paragraph, we learn that . A. we only need to exercise twice a week C. muscles lose their strength after 48 hours D. we should exercise every other day, or three days a week
  58. It can be inferred from the third paragraph that . A. you will lose more weight running one hour than walking one hour B. whether you run one mile or walk the same distance, you use the same amount of energy C. you will lose more weight running one mile than walking the same distance D. both A and B B. we should exercise three times a week
C. The woman driver.
D. The truck driver.
experiencing poverty, unemployment, underemployment or who had little control over the conditions of their daily life. During the 1980s and 1990s there has been a growing swing away from seeing lifestyle risks as the root cause of poor health. While lifestyle factors still remain important, health is being viewed also in terms of the social, economic and environmental contexts in which people live. This broad approach to health is called the socio-ecological view of health. At the Ottawa Conference in 1986, a charter was developed which outlined new directions for health promotion based on the socio-ecological view of health. This charter, known as the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion, remains as the backbone of health action today. In exploring the scope of health promotion it states that: Good health is a major resource for social, economic and personal development and an important dimension (尺度) of the quality of life. Political, economic, social, cultural, environmental, behavioral and biological factors can all favor health or be harmful to it. (WHO, 19
  86)
  66. From the passage, we can infer that . A. good health means not having any illness B. health has different meanings for different people in different periods C. health has always been viewed in terms of the social, economic and environmental contexts in which people live D. health has always been considered a major resource for social, economic and personal development and an important dimension of quality of life
  67. In the late 1940s, if you , that meant you were healthy. A. were strong enough C. had enough money
  68. A. Rich people C. Old people B. were strong, optimistic and happy D. had a good lifestyle

  63. From this story we learn that . A. there are many road accidents every day B. the accidents mentioned in the passage are very strange C. no one knows why this kind of accident happens D. the accidents mentioned in the passage are very common
  64. The writer’s purpose in writing this passage is to . A. remind us not to answer the phone when we are busy B. tell us driving is dangerous every day C. remind us not to be nervous when we meet an accident D. remind us not to carry a cake when we are sitting in a car
  65. The main idea of this passage is that . A. troubles always come in groups B. accidents may happen anywhere at anytime C. a telephone call may cause great trouble D. anyone may have trouble on their way home C The concept of health holds different meanings for different people and groups. These meanings have also changed over time. This change is no more evident than in Western society today, when notions of health and health promotion are being challenged and expanded in new ways. For much of recent Western history, health has been viewed in the physical sense only. That is, good health has been connected to the smooth mechanical operation of the body, while ill health has been attributed to a breakdown in this machine. Health in this sense has been defined as the absence of disease or illness and is seen in medical terms. In the late 1940s the World Health Organization challenged this physically and medically oriented (导向 的) view of health. They stated that health is a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being and is not merely the absence of disease (WHO, 19
  46). Health and the person were seen more holistically (mind / body / spirit) and not just in physical terms. The 1970s was a time of focusing on the prevention of disease and illness by emphasizing the importance of the lifestyle and behavior of the individual. Specific behaviors which were seen to increase risk of disease, such as smoking, lack of fitness and unhealthy eating habits, were targeted. Creating health meant providing not only medical health car
 

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