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【广东专用】2014届高考英语一轮复习课时作业(二十六) [选修6 Unit 1 Art]

课时作业(二十六) [选修6 Unit 1 Art]

(限时:30分钟)                      Ⅰ.完形填空 When I first entered university, my aunt, who is an English professor, gave me a new English dictionary. I was __1__ to see that it was an EnglishEnglish dictionary, also known as a monolingual(单语的) dictionary. __2__ it was a dictionary intended for nonnative learners, none of my classmates had one and, to be honest, I found it extremely __3__ to use at first. I would look up words in the dictionary and still not fully understand the meaning. I was used to the __4__ bilingual(双语的)dictionaries, in which the words are __5__ both in English and Chinese. I really wondered why my aunt __6__ to make things so difficult for me. Now, after studying English at university for three years, I __7__ that monolingual dictionaries are __8__ in learning a foreign language. As I found out, there is in fact often no perfect equivalence(对应) between two __9__ in two languages. My aunt even goes so far as to __10__ that a Chinese “equivalent” can never give you the __11__ meaning of a word in English! Therefore, she insisted that I read the definition(定义) of a word in a monolingual dictionary when I wanted to get a better understanding of its meaning. __12__, I have come to see what she meant. Using a monolingual dictionary for learners has helped me in another important way. This dictionary uses a(n) __13__ number of words, around 2, 000, in its definitions. When I read these definitions, I am __14__ exposed to the basic words and learn how they are used to explain objects and ideas. __15__ this, I can express myself more easily in English. 1.A.worried B.sad C.surprised D.nervous 2.A.Because B.Although C.Unless D.If 3.A.difficult B.interesting C.ambiguous D.practical 4.A.new B.familiar C.earlier D.ordinary

5.A.explained B.expressed C.described D.created 6.A.offered B.agreed C.decided D.happened 7.A.imagine B.recommend C.predict D.understand 8.A.natural B.better C.easier D.convenient 9.A.words B.names C.ideas D.characters 10.A.hope B.declare C.doubt D.tell 11.A.exact B.basic C.translated D.expected 12.A.Largely B.Generally C.Gradually D.Probably 13.A.extra B.average C.total D.limited 14.A.repeatedly B.nearly C.immediately D.anxiously 15.A.According to B.In relation to C.In addition to D.Because of Ⅱ.阅读理解 A Taylor Bernard and her twin sister were born 12 weeks early. As a result, Taylor suffers from cerebral palsy (CP). It is a condition that affects the brain. Kids who are born with CP have trouble controlling the muscles in their body. Taylor is 8 years old now. She uses a powerwheelchair to get around. Her twin sister Sydney participates in sports, but Taylor has a different interest: art. Taylor submitted(提交) a watercolor painting of a sunset in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, to an art contest. Of the more than 5,500 students who took part in the contest, only 51 were selected. Taylor was one of them. Her winning painting is now being displayed in Union Station, in Washington, DC. After leaving Union Station, the exhibit will tour the country. The contest was sponsored by VSA, the international organization on arts and disability. The nonprofit group was started to give people with disabilities an opportunity to participate in the arts. Submissions for the contest came from students with and without disabilities. The exhibition is part of VSA's International Arts Festival and was also sponsored by CVS Caremark's All Kids Can program.

Art Changed Her Life Amanda LaMunyon represented Oklahoma in the exhibition. She just finished her freshman year of high school. When Amanda was in elementary school, she had problems focusing and following rules. She has Asperger Syndrome, which is a form of autism. “People started looking at her differently,”her mother, Sherry LaMunyon, said.“They stopped looking at her as a girl who was struggling and started looking at her as an artist. It's changed her whole life.” The president of VSA, Soula Antoniou, said that the point of the exhibition is to focus on students' abilities, rather than their disabilities.“What we're trying to do is to make sure each student finds something they're good at,”she said. That's exactly what Taylor's done. While she has some difficulty with fine motor skills, she's found that she's talented with wide brush strokes(画) in painting. Inspiring Others Before finding painting, Amanda said she had trouble fitting in.“I didn't have anything that I felt was my talent,”she said. Now she's more focused on school and is interested in studying fashion design and theater. Amanda hopes the exhibition will show others that even if they have disabilities, they have abilities they don't even know yet. You can see more of Amanda's artwork at amandalamunyon.com. 16. How could Amanda's mother feel when people learned Amanda could paint? A.Disappointed. B.Surprised. C.Doubt. D.Pleased. 17. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A.Only the disabled students can enter the art contest sponsored by VSA. B.Amanda, Taylor's sister, has trouble in focusing and following rules. C.Amanda has improved a lot in study after finding painting. D.Sydney prefers art to sport because of her disability in the brain. 18. What is the text mainly about? A.Students with disabilities show their creativity at an international art festival in Washington,DC. B.Students with disabilities are more talented in art according to the result of an international art festival in Washington,DC.

C.An international art festival in Washington,DC. gives people with disabilities an opportunity to participate in art. D.More than 5,500 students submitted their paintings at an international art festival in Washington,DC. 19. We may infer from the passage that ________. A.Amanda had Asperger Syndrome before she went to elementary school B.some children who are disabled even don't know their situation C.Taylor has trouble controlling the muscles, but her sister is healthy D.Amanda is good at painting with wide brush strokes 20.Where could this passage come from? A.A newspaper. B.A magazine. C.The Internet. D.A report. B Health, Wellness and the Politics of Food 9:00—9:45 am Blue Tent Panelists (专题讨论小组成员):Jami Bernard, David Kamp, Marion Nestle and Peter Singer. Moderated (主持) by Denise Grady, science writer for The New York Times. How does what we eat not only affect our bodies, but also the world? The food and nutrition experts debate the role that the diet plays in both personal and global health, and present a look at food politics. Sports Writing:For the Love of the Game 9:50—10:35 am Blue Tent Panelists:Christine Brennan, Ira Rosen, Joe Wallace and Joe Drape. Moderated by William C Rhoden, sports writer for The New York Times. Whether catching that key moment of victory or defeat, or covering breaking news, sports writers are anything but audience. Listen as some of the industry's professionals discuss the special experience in reporting of sports news. The Art of the Review 11:15—12:00 am Green Tent Panelists: John Freeman, Barry Gewen, David Orr, Celia McGee and Jennifer Schuessler. Moderated by Sam Tanenhaus, editor for The New York Times Book Review.

How much of an effect does the book review have on book sales?Join this group of critics as they discuss the reality of book review and bestseller lists, and how they choose books for review. New York Writers, New York Stories 3:00—3:45 pm Green Tent Panelists: Cindy Adams, Richard Cohen, Ric Klass and Lauren Redniss. Moderated by Clyde Haberman, columnist (专栏作家) for the City Section of The New York Times. Join this inspired group of New York centric writers as they talk about why New York is a gold mine of ideas for their work. 21.We can learn from the passage that________. A.according to New York centric writers, The New York Times is a gold mine of ideas B.book reviews may affect book sales C.in the first topic, the experts will mainly discuss the fact what you eat may weaken your health D.sports writers are also a type of audience 22.Sam Tanenhaus moderated________. A.Health, Wellness and the Politics of Food B.New York Writers, New York Stories C.The Art of the Review D.Sports Writing:For the Love of the Game 23.About the four activities, we know that they________. A.are all about writing B.will all last 45 minutes C.can all be attended freely D.will attract many readers 24.If you are free in the afternoon, you can only attend ________. A.Health, Wellness and the Politics of Food B.New York Writers, New York Stories C.The Art of the Review D.Sports Writing:For the Love of the Game 25.If you like sports writing, you will most probably ________. A.attend The Art of the Review B.enjoy Jami Bernard's talk C.listen to Christine Brennan D.go to Blue Tent at 11:15

课时作业(二十六) Ⅰ.本文是一篇记叙文。作者主要讲述自己从最初接触英语词典的 惊异,到习惯使用英语词典以及使用英语词典的好处。作者一开始用英 语词典非常困难,但逐渐发现这种仅用一种语言编写的词典对于学习外 语非常有帮助。通过反复地接触这些基本词汇,作者可以比较容易地用 英语来表达思想。 1.C 通读全文可知,作者是一个中国大学生,中国人学英语,尤 其是初学者习惯使用英汉词典。当看到英英词典时,他感到“吃惊”。 2.B 前后两句在意义上是让步关系,所以用although引导让步状 语从句。A项because引导原因状语从句;unless和if引导条件状语从句。 3.A 最初作者不习惯用英英词典,所以感觉用起来“很难”。 interesting是“有趣的”之意,根据下文not fully understand the meaning 可知不可能选B;ambiguous不明确的;practical实用的,这两个词也不 符合语境。 4.B be used to表示“习惯……”。对作者来说习惯了双语词 典,或者说是英汉词典。这里指双语词典的使用对他来说是“熟悉 的”。 5.A 此句是一个which引导的定语从句,其中words是主语。根据 常识,在词典中单词的意思是被“解释出来”的,所以用explained。 6.C “我”真想知道姑妈为什么决定这么为难“我”。其他三个 词虽然都跟动词不定式,但是在这里意思都不恰当。 7.D 作者过去不理解,经过一段时间后“明白了”。imagine想 象;recommend推荐;predict预测。 8.B 此句中monolingual dictionaries和bilingual dictionaries比较, A和D项没用比较级,better强调“更好,更实用”,而easier则为“更容 易的”,故选B。 9.A 两种语言中的两个词不能完全对应。 10.B “我”姑妈甚至还声称汉语词汇绝不能给出一个英语单词 的确切意思。 11.A 前面的a Chinese “equivalent”和the … meaning of a word in English对应,表明还是对应不准确的问题,所以用exact。 12.C 该句的谓语have come to see表示“变化过程”,所以用 gradually表示“渐渐地”。 13.D 从后面的around 2,000可知,词典中用于解释词义的词限 制在2000左右。 14.A 在有限的范围内阅读释义就会反复接触基本词汇,学会这 些词汇怎样用来解释事物和观点。所以用repeatedly,表示“反复地,经

常地”。 15.D 后面主句部分I can express myself more easily in English表达 的是结果,此处表达的应该是原因,说明使用这种词典所带来的好处。 Ⅱ.A 本文主要介绍了在VSA国际艺术节上Taylor和Amanda等一些残疾孩 子展示了她们的创造能力。 16.D 推理判断题。由第五段Amanda母亲所说的话People started looking at her differently…They stopped looking at her as a girl who was struggling and started looking at her as an artist. It's changed her whole life. 可推断出她的母亲看到别人对女儿的看法的改变,应该会高兴的,故选 D项。 17.C 细节理解题。由倒数第二段最后一句Now she's more focused on school…可知在发现绘画的才能后,她能够更集中精力学 习,学习也一定有提高,故选C项。 18.A 主旨大意题。纵观全文,本文主要介绍了两位有残疾的孩 子在国际艺术节上展示了她们的创造力,故选A项。B项在文中找不到 支持的信息;C项不具体,本文主要是针对残疾孩子的表现,而不是艺 术节;D项为文中细节。 19.C 推理判断题。由第一段最后一句Her twin sister Sydney participates in sports…可知她的双胞胎姐妹能正常参加体育运动,身体 应该是健康的,故选C项。A、D两项与文中信息不符,B项为文中细 节,不为推断。 20.C 推理判断题。由本文最后一句You can see more of Amanda's artwork at amandalamunyon.com.可推出本文应该来自网络。 B 21.B 推理判断题。最后一段中的New York应该指的是New York City,而不应该是 The New York Times,故A项不对。在第一个话题中, 专家们将会谈论饮食在个人、全球健康中的作用和食物方面的政治观 点,因而C项错误。在第二个话题中,sports writers are anything but audience说明sports writers并不是观众,故D项不正确。在第三个话题 中,从How much of an effect does the book review have on book sales?可 推知书评对书的销售应该有影响。 22.C 细节理解题。由文章的第三个活动介绍可知,The Art of the Review是由Sam Tanenhaus所主持的。 23.B 推理判断题。文章所列四个活动的具体时间都是持续45分 钟。选项A、C与文章事实不符,而选项D则无从判断。 24.B 细节理解题。四个活动中只有New York Writers,New

York Stories是在下午举行的。 25.C 推理判断题。因为是关于体育写作的,所以要参加第二个 活动。


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