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Unit5 Canada—“The True North”检测题

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_______ him find a job, which made him very pleased.
A. tried to help       B. managed to help  
C. tried helping       D. succeeded to help
23. Friendship can’t be ________in terms of money but money is an effective means to ______ how strong the friendship is.
A. measured; test       B. weighed; weigh  
C. measured; measure    D. tested; measure
24. It is normal for kids to feel anxious and not to be able to ______ their studies just before a quiz or an examination. Parents should try their best to help them relax within their power.
A. settle down    B. devote to   C. get down for    D. settle down to
25. It is a tradition for the Chinese to ______ about the bush, which sometimes makes foreigners puzzle or misunderstand what you are saying.
A. go    B. eat   C. beat   D. wander
二、完形填空
Michel is a young girl who works for the police as a handwriting expert. She has helped   26   many criminals   27  using her special talents.
When she was fourteen, Michel was already so interested in the   28   in her friends’ handwriting   29  she would spend hours   30   them. after  31  college she went to France for a special two-year class in   32  at the School of Police Science.
Michel says that it is    33    for people to hide their handwriting. She can discover   34  of what she needs to know simply by looking at the writing with her own   35  , but she also has machines  36  help her  37  different kinds of paper and ink. This knowledge is often   38  great help to the  39  .
Michel believes that handwriting is a good sign of   40   kind of person the writer   41  .”I wouldn’t go out with a fellow   42   I didn’t like his handwriting,” she says. But she adds she   43   in love with her future husband, a young policeman    44   she studied his handwriting. It is later proved to be all right,   45  .
26. A. search          B. follow       C. catch          D. judge
27. A. with            B. as           C. like           D. by
28. A. differences     B. same         C. way            D. method
29. A. that            B. as           C. as to          D. so that
30. A. writing         B. setting      C. uncovering     D. studying
31. A. finishing       B. attending    C. starting       D. finished
32. A. books           B. handwriting     C. tongues      D. letter
33. A. possible        B. safe         C. easy          D. impossible
34. A. most            B. all          C. nothing       D. little
35. A. hands           B. mind         C. head          D. eyes
36. A. they            B. those        C. that          D. with which
37. A. carry out       B. give out     C. look out      D. make out
38. A. of            B. to            C. with         D. for
39. A. teachers      B. people        C. police       D. students
40. A. what          B. all           C. which        D. to which
41. A. is            B. becomes       C. belongs      D. changes
42. A. whether       B. if            C. after        D. unless
43. A. felt          B. dropped       C. caught       D. fell
44. A. after         B. when          C. because      D. before
45. A. however       B. but           C. too          D. either
三、阅读理解
A
A child who has once been pleased with a tale likes, as a rule, to have it retold in almost the same words, but this should not lead parents to treat printed fairly stories as formal texts. It is always much better to tell a story than read it out of a book, and if a parent can produce what, in the actual situation of the time and the child, is an improvement on the printed text, so much the better.
A charge made against fairy tales is that they harm the child by frightening him or making him sad thinking. To prove the latter, one would have to show in a controlled experiment that children who have read fairy stories were more often sorry for cruelty than those who had not. As to fears, there are, in think, some cases of children being dangerously terrified by some fairy story. Often, however, this arises from the child having heard the story once. Familiarity with the story by repetition turns the pain of fear into the pleasure of a fear faces and mastered.
There are also people who object to fairy stories on the grounds that they are not objectively true, that giants, witches, two-headed dragons, magic carpets, etc. do not exist; and that, instead of being fond of the strange side in fairy tales, the child should be taught to learn the reality by studying history. I find such people, I must say so peculiar that I do not know how to argue with them. If their case were sound, the world should be full of mad men attempting to fly from New York to Philadelphia on a stick or covering a telephone with kisses in the belief that it was their beloved girlfriend.
No fairy story ever declared to be a description of the real world and no clever child has ever believed that it was.
46. The author considers that a fairy story is more effective when it is_______
A. repeated without any change
B. treated as a joke
C. make some changes by the parents
D. set in the present
47. According to the passage, great fear can take place in a child when the story is ______.
A. in a realistic setting        B. heard for the first time
C. repeated too often            D. told in a different way
48. The advantage claimed(提出)for repeating fairy stories to young children is that it ______.
A. makes them less fearful        
B. develops their power of memory
C. makes them believe there is nothing to be afraid of
D. encou

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