高二英语 Fit for life的单元测试题答案

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  5. To know more about the British Museum, you can use the Internet to go to the library, or _______.

  A. where B. how C. when D. why

  A. how B. which C. that D. where

  A. Relax B. Go ahead C. Go for it D. Good luck

  27. A. speakers B. readers C. cheerleaders D. writers

  A. It is quite popular among students.

  C. make a lot of friends

  34. A. in return for B. in case of C. in terms of D. instead of

  --- _____. There\'s nothing you can do now but wait.

  A. put away B. take down C. look over D. carry on

  Sandra Cisneros was born in Chicago in 1954 to a Mexican American family. As the only girl in a family of seven children, she often felt like she had \"seven fathers,\" because her six brothers, as well as her father, tried to control her. Feeling shy and unimportant, she retreated(躲避) into books. Despite her love of reading, she did not do well in elementary school because she was too shy to participate.

  31. A. pleasure B. hope C. trouble D. sorrow

  D. develop her writing style

  A. fuels B. articles C. goods D. products

  16. A. processes B. decision C. challenges D. exercises

  20. A. jumped B. sank C. stopped D. raced

  25. A. committee B. newspaper C. radio D. team

  8. It was along the Mississippi River _______ Mark Twain spent much of his childhood.

  C. It wasn\'t success as it was written in Spanish.

  36. Which of the following is TRUE about Cisneros in her childhood?

  32. A. fit in B. look out C. stay up D. get around

  22. A. struggling B. improving C. working D. complaining

  A. suit B. fit C. compare D. match

  30. A. physics B. history C. English D. math

  35. A. slimmest B. smallest C. best D. gentlest

  38. According to Cisneros, what played the decisive role in her success?

  Jenna, a popular girl from Westwood Middle School, had graduated first in her class and was ready for new 16 in high school.

  In high school, with the encouragement of one particular teacher, Cisneros improved her grades and worked for the school literary magazine. Her father encouraged her to go to college because he thought it would be a good way for her to find a husband. Cisneros did attend college, but instead of searching for a husband, she found a teacher who helped her join the famous graduate writing program at the University of Iowa. At the university\'s Writers\' Workshop, however, she felt lonely----a Mexican American from a poor neighborhood among students from wealthy families. The feeling of being so different helped Cisneros find her \"Creative voice.\"

  10. Many Chinese universities provided scholarships for students ______ financial aid.

  D. It won an award when Cisneros was twenty-nine.

  C. Her feeling of being different.

  7. The meal over, the managers went back to the meeting room to ______ their discussion.

  14. He _____ football regularly for many years when he was young.

  A. work for a school magazine

  4. _____ their hats into the air, the fans of the winning team let out loud shouts of victory.

  A. out of sight B. out of reach C. out of order D. out of place

  A. neither B. some C. all D. both

  D. Her childhood experience.

  9. --- How much do I owe you for lunch?

  D. She did not have any good teachers.

  A. in favour of B. in honour of C. in face of D. in need of

  18. A. difficult B. easy C. boring D. interesting

  2. My brother is really ____. He often works in his office far into the night.

  A. To throw B. Thrown C. Throwing D. Being thrown


  The next day Jenna went to see Mrs. Biden about being on the school 25. Mrs. Biden wasn\'t as 26 as Jenna. \"I\'m sorry, but we have enough 27 for the newspaper already. Come back next year and we\'ll talk then.\" Jenna smiled 28 and left. \"Why is high school so 29?\" she sighed.

  17. A. Therefore B. However C. Otherwise D. Besides

  37. The graduate program gave Cisneros a chance to _____.

  B. Her training in the Workshop.

  19. A. editor B. boss C. candidate D. judge

  A. She had seven brothers.

  17, high school was different. In the first week, Jenna went to tryouts(选拔赛) for cheerleaders(拉拉队队员). She was competing against very talented girls, and she knew it would be 18 for her to be selected. Two hours later, the 19 read a list of the girls for a second tryout. Her heart 20 as the list ended without her name. Feeling 21, she walked home carrying her schoolbag full of homework.

  24. A. put up B. prepare for C. worry about D. give up

  6. She ______ have left school, for her bike is still here.

  15. At the railway station, the mother waved goodbye to her daughter until the train was _______.

  28. A. widely B. weakly C. excitedly D. brightly

  B. run away from her family



  B. She felt herself a nobody.

  13. Her shoes ______ her dress; they look very well together.

  A. open-minded B. hard-working C. self-confident D. warm-hearted

  29. A. similar B. ordinary C. different D. familiar

  A. was playing B. played C. has played D. had played

  C. She was too shy to go to school.

  12. The last time we had great fun was _____ we were visiting the Water Park.

  23. A. ashamed B. disappointed C. shocked D. relieved

  B. It is the only book ever written by Cisneros.


  21. A. strange B. happy C. awful D. lonely

  \"It was not until this moment when I considered myself truly different that my writing acquired a voice. I knew I was a Mexican woman, but I didn\'t think it had anything to do with why I felt so much imbalance in my life, but it had everything to do with it! That\'s when I decided I would write about something my classmates couldn\'t write about.\"

  39. What do we learn about The House on Mango Street?

  11. Most air pollution is caused by the burning of ____ like coal, gas and oil.

  Later in 30 class, Jenna devoted herself to figuring out the problems that had given her so much 31. By the end of class, she understood how to get them right. As she gathered her books, Jenna decided she\'d continue to try to 32 at her new school. She wasn\'t sure if she\'d succeed, but she knew she had to 33. High school was just as her mom had said: \"You will feel like a small fish in a big pond 34 a big fish in a small pond. The challenge is to become the 35 fish you can be.\"

  33. A. swim B. try C. ask D. escape

  Arriving home, she started with math. She had always been a good math student, but now she was 22. She moved on to English and history, and was 23 to find that she didn\'t have any trouble with those subjects. Feeling better, she decided not to 24 math for the time being.

  --- ______. It\'s nothing.

  A. can\'t B. wouldn\'t C. shouldn\'t D. needn\'t

  A. since B. if C. unless D. until

  26. A. enthusiastic B. artistic C. sympathetic D. realistic

  Cisneros published her first work, The House on Mango Street, when she was twenty-nine. The book tells about a young Mexican American girl growing up in a Spanish-speaking area in Chicago, much like the neighborhoods in which Cisneros lived as a child. The book won an award in 1985 and has been used in classes from high school through graduate school level. Since then, Cisneros has published several books of poetry, a children\'s book, and a short-story collection.

  A. You\'re welcome B. Forget it C. With pleasure D. That\'s right


  3. --- I just can\'t stop worrying about the result of the job interview.

  1. We\'ll have a picnic in the park this Sunday _____ it rains or it\'s very cold.

  A. Her early years in college.

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