单 元 测 试 题
Unit 6 An old man tried to move the mountains.
1. What was the girl reading about?
2. What does Tony wish to have?
3.Who may they talk about?
4. What does the boy think of the story?
A it's interesting. B.it’s boring. C.it’s fantastic.
5. What is Simon?
A. The name of a story. B The name of a girl C. The name of a dog
6. When does Kitty often listen to stories ?
A. After school. B. Before dinner. C. Before going to bed
7. Which story are they talking about?
A. Journey to the West
B. Nu Wa Mends the Sky
C. Little Red Riding Hood.
8. What does the boy's sister like doing?
A. She likes listening to stones
B She likes listening to music
C. She likes reading stores.
9. Who watched the TV play Sleeping Beauty last night ?
A. Mark. B. Sue. C. Sue and her elder sister.
10. What does Sue think about the story of Sleeping Beauty?
A. It's very interesting.
B. It's very boring.
C. It's very exciting.
11. How did Mark watch the TV play Sleeping Beauty?
A. On TV . B. On the Internet. C. On the phone.
12. What is the boy doing?
A. He is buying a book
B. He is telling a story.
C. He is reading a story. i
13. what's the name of the story
A. Three Little Pigs.
B. Journey to the West.
C. Little Red Riding Hood.
14. What does the boy think of the story?
A. Long. B. Easy C. Interesting.
15.When can the girl read the story?
A. Tomorrow. B. This afternoon. C. This evening.
(Renee--a beautiful princess Broo--a blue bear Nahloo--a magical place)
When the Princess Renee heard about Broo, she came down from her castle. She found Broo while he was busy eating honey .
Mr Bear, "the Princess said. "You are welcome in Nahloo. Here we share with each other. We don't take things from each other .
Broo thought about it for a moment and realized that he had made a mistake. "Well, " he said Maybe drinking all that milk wasn't the best idea.
The Princess continued, "Mr Bear, you can drink and eat, but you won't feel good because you have never made any contribution to anyone else. I think you'll find that it is better to be full in your heart, not just in your stomach. "After saying this, the Princess went back to the castle, leaving alone.
One day, Broo was going to take lots of cookies from the rabbits, then he remembered what the Princess said to him. So Broo decided not to eat the cookies. The rabbits were surprised and said, “Thank you for your kindness, Mr Bear. Now these cookies will taste sweeter because they are given by you, my friend. If you like, come back tomorrow and we can have the cookies together.
Broo was filled with joy and went through the land. He gave back everything he had taken. In return, he received a promise from everyone to share their food with him. Broo was so delighted that he started dancing in the moonlight with the Princess as his partner.
16. What the Princess Renee came down, Broo was _________.
A. watching with rabbits
B. eating honey
C. giving everything back
D. having cookies
17. In Nahloo, _________.
A. the Princess Renee stayed with Broo all the time.
B. everyone was happy to share with each other
C. Broo took a lot of cookies from rabbits
D. Broo never realized his mistake
18. Broo felt _________ after he gave the cookies back to the rabbits
A. sad B. surprised C. happy D. hungry
19. The passage is probably from _________.
A. an advertisement B. a tour guide
C .an application D. a story book
20. What can we learn from the passage?
A. It's better to give than to receive. B. Every dog has its dag.
C. The early bird catches the worm. D. Many hands make light work.
Once upon a time, there lived a rich man. He had a servant(仆人). He and the servant loved wine and good food very much. Each time the rich man left his home. the servant would drink the wine and eat up all the nice food in the house. The rich man knew what his servant did, but he had never caught his servant doing that One morning, when he left home, he said to the servant, Here are two bottles of poison(毒药) and some nice food in the house. You must take care of them. "With these words, he went out.
Bu But the servant knew what the rich man had said was not true. After the rich man was away from his home, the servant enjoyed a nice meal. Because he drank too much, he was drunk and fell onto the ground. When the rich man came back, he couldn't find his food and his wine. He became very angry. He woke the servant up. But the servant told his story very well. He said a cat had eaten up everything. Because he was afraid to be punished. he drank the poison to kill himself.
21. In the story, __________ liked wine and good food very much.
A. the rich man B. the he servant
C. both A and B D. neither A and B
22. The rich man told the servant that there was poison in the two bottles, because
A. there really was poison in the bottles
B. he did not want the servant to drink his wine
C. he wanted to kill the cat
D. he wanted to kill the servant
23. Why did the servant fall onto the ground?
A. The servant drank the poison
B. The servant was drunk
C. The servant was afraid to be punished
D. The servant had eaten up everything
24. In fact, _________ate all the nice food and drank the wine.
A. the servant B. a cat
C. the rich man D. nobody
25. The servant __________.
A. was very kind B. told the truth
C. didn't tell the truth D. was not afraid to be punished
Are fables(寓言故事) and fairy tales different or the same? They are both stories for kids,but fables are stories for adults(成人), too.
Fables are usually short stories. They passed down from grandparents to parents and then to children. Fables can teach lessons to people. People can learn much from them. Most of the characters are animals and nature(自然) They can talk and act like humans. The most famous fables were written by a man called Aesop. There are around six hundred fables in Aesop's Fables. The Lion and the Mouse. The Farmer and the Snake and The Wolf in Sheep,'s Clothing are three examples Fairy tales are usually stories for children, often about magic characters such as fairies(仙女) and giants(巨人). Sometimes the characters are animals. We are able to enjoy these fairy tales cause about two hundred years ago, Brothers Grimm travelled all over Germany and collected (收集)these stories before people forgot them. There are lots of fairy tales in Grimm’s Fairy Tales, such as Sleeping Beauty, The Frog Prince, The Death of the Little Hen, The Fisherman and His Wife and The Strange Musician
26.The underlined phrase"passed down"means ” in Chinese.
A. 记载 B.编写 C.流传 D.出版
27. What are most of the characters in fables?
A. Humans. B. Fairies. C. Giants. D. Animals and nature.
28.Which of the following is a fable?
A. The Frog Prince. B. The Strange Musician.
C. The Lion and the Mouse. D. Sleeping beauty.
29.Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Fables are stories only for adults.
B. There are about 600 fables in Aesop's Fables.
C. The characters in fairy tales are often magic.
D. Brothers Grimm did a lot in collecting fairy tales .
30. What's the passage mainly about?
A. Two famous foreign writers.
B. Differences between fables and fairy tales.
C. Famous fables and fairy tales.
D. The reason why kids like reading stories.
What happened Ida couldn’t （1）____________her flower.
Who Ida asked A man （2）__________right next to her.
What the man told Ida The flowers went to a(an)(3)_________party. If Ida goes to the small(4)________,she can see the flowers.
How Ida felt She felt(5) ___________ to hear what the man said.
1. The room is so b_________that you don't need to turn on the light.
2. The two dresses f_________me very well. I’ll take them.
3. Our guide tried to l_________us to go through the forest.
4. Please tell me the w_________story, from the beginning to the end.
5.They can_________(继续) to use the library.
6. Nobody wanted to sound_________(愚蠢的).
7. They were trying to_________(欺骗) the old man.
8. He comes from a_________(西方的) country.
Queen Victoria Is a very famous queen in history. Victoria __1_ (be) born in 1819. She became the queen in 1837 at the __2__ of 18. Many great things happened in Victoria's lifetime. For example, Britain had the world's _3_(one) steam engine(蒸汽火车), people could _4_ (take) photos for the first time, had electric lights in their homes, _5_ (make) the first phone calls, and __6__(drive) their fist cars. In 1801 there were about 16 million people in Britain. By 1901 when Victoria died there were about 41 million.
There are many things _7_(name) after her. Victoria in Canada is a city. Victoria in Australia in a state(州). In Africa there is a waterfall _8_(call) the Victoria Falls.
Queen Victoria _9_(die) in January 1901. Her great-great-granddaughter is Queen Elizabeth II. They are both great _10_(woman).
六、完形填空 (共7小题题, 计7分)
A king was old and he knew it was time to choose a new king. He told all the young people in his country, " I will give _1_of you a seed(种子). Plant it and bring it back one year later. Show me the plants that you bring, _2_I'll choose a new king from you.
A boy _3_ Peter got a seed, too. He planted it _4_. But the seed didn’t grow at all. A year later, Peter had to take his empty（空的）box to the palace. Others all brought beautiful plants there and Peter felt _5_.
The king _6_ the palace and looked around.When he found there was nothing in Peters box,he king _7_ and said to the others, "One year ago, I gave everyone a seed that couldn't grow. But all of you, except Peter, have brought me plants and flowers. Peter was the only one with the honesty(诚实)and courage to bring such a box. So he will be the new king!
I began to send my first e-mail when I was 17. I discovered(发现)Google 5 years later. Now, I use the Internet all the time. Internet has become so popular that 90 percent（百分之…..的） of 12-to-17-year-olds in the US use the Internet, and about half of these kids use it every day. They visit chat rooms and send e-mails. They go to websites to get information for their homework.
“Kids are now living in a virtual word,” says Greenfield, an expert（专家）at the University of California, “As the Internet is becoming more and more important to our life, we should worry about one question: Is the Internet good or bad for kids?”
It’s X to answer the question because the Internet involves（涉及）so many things,” says Justine, who is from Northwestern University. “ They include（包括）online computer games, news, messages and even e-mails to your grandmother.” So, more and more people believe that the online world can be helpful in some ways but dangerous in others.
“Although it’s not easy to tell whether it’s good or bad,” says Justine. “the Internet, at least, is very useful and can be used widely by everyone in the world.”
(1)How old was the writer when he discovered Google?（不超过3个词）
(2)What percentage（百分率） of American 12-to-17-year-olds use the Internet every day？（不超过2个词）
(3) What does “X” in the third paragraph mean, “easy”, “possible”or “difficult”?（不超过3个词）
(4)Do more and more people believe that the online world can be helpful in some ways?（不超过3个词）
(5)What does Justine think of the Internet?（不超过15个词）
一、1-5 BCCCC 6-10 CBBAC 11-15CCACB
二、16-20 BBCDA 21-25CBBAC 26-30CDCAB
三、1.see 2.sat 3.dance 4.room 5strange
四、1.bright 2.fit 3.lead 4.whole 5. continue 6.stupid 7.cheat 8.western
五、1.was 2.age 3.first 4.take 5.made 6.drove 7.named 8.called 9. died 10.women
六、1.each 2.and 3.named 4.carefully 5. sad6. reached7. smiled
七、1.22/ 22 years old.
2.45%/ 45 percent.
3.Difficult. / It means "difficult".
4.Yes, they do.
5.It's very useful and can be used widely by everyone in the world.
The accident happened at 10：30 on the morning of May 25．A girl was talking with another girl while they were riding along the Shanghai Road．Just then her bike hit a car and she hurt head and leg badly．Some people called the police and soon the girl was taken to hospital．
The doctor said she had to stay in bed for a few days. And her parents came to look-after her as quickly as possible．She was not worried after her classmates helped her with her lessons．