高一暑假作业十六
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范炳凯,男,1971年出生,汉族,中共党员,高级中学教师。本科毕业,浙江大学教育硕士。本人喜欢教育事业,喜欢和孩子们一起探寻成长的快乐和痛苦。英语是世界语言,希望你和我一样喜欢英语,喜欢用英语。

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2016年高一年级英语暑假作业(十六)

一、将下列每组句子连成复合句

1. Jack didn’t know it.   There will be a meeting in five days.

  1. I urged that he should write a novel about our life.    We lived the life together in the country.

  1. He wishes to write an article.     The article will appeal to the public on the matter.

  1. We haven’t discussed it yet.     Where are we going to spend our holidays?

5. There’s a Keep Fit Summer Camp in our city.

  In the camp, overweight teenagers can take exercise and learn to have a healthy diet.

  1. Many people like to eat in fast food restaurants.   You can find these restaurants everywhere in our city.

  1. Students like the school news.     The radio club broadcasts school news.

  1. Next to him stands a boy.    The boy’s name is Jack.

二、用所给动词的适当形式填空

9. I couldn’t remember who told me this _________ (shock) news

10. I am __________ (determine) to devote my youth to my motherland.

11. It’s time that you _____________ ( correct) your mistakes.

12. We tried to discourage him from ___________ (climb) the mountain without a guide.

13. He ___________ (consult) the workers and soon understood the technical process.

14. --- What an _____________ ( excite) football game it was!

  --- Yes.  The ___________ ( excite ) players jumped with joy after winning it.

15. The moment they had been looking forward to ______________ ( come ) at last.

16. The old couple often take a walk after supper in the park with their pet dog _________( follow ) them.

17. Before driving into the city, you are required to get your car _____________ ( wash).[来源:++]

18. They did not expect that they could find an old city _________ (hide) under the sand.

三、 阅读理解

A

It is not always easy to understand inventions and new developments in science. To understand fiber optics(光纤), however, you can try an experiment. Put a drop or two of mile into the glass of water. Turn off the lights. Shine the light from your flashlight(手电筒) through the top of the glass at an angle(角度) of about 45 degrees. Put a piece of white paper against the glass when the beam(光束)of light is shining. Move the paper so you can see where the beam is coming out of the glass. You should see a spot of light. Some of the light has passed through the water and through the glass. You see it on the paper. You also see another beam going down into the glass. It is being reflected down into the glass.

Next move the flashlight so that the beam is coming straighter down (30 degrees) into the water. You will see the same phenomenon: some of the light is reflected back into the glass. And some escapes out. Now move the beam of light from the flashlight slowly up until you cannot see any light escaping. This point is called the “point of total internal reflection.” The word internal means “inside.” All the light is staying inside the glass. There is no beam sho学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!wing a bright spot on the white paper. All the light energy is inside the glass.

The glass of milky water is like a strand(线)of glass. A fiber optic tube is a bundle of long thin strands of glass, really many tubes. However, the principle(原理) is the same: at a certain angle, all the light energy that goes into the glass fiber comes  out the other end.

Light is energy. Sound is energy. Radio waves and electricity are both energy. They can all be changed into light, and as light they can all travel along a glass fiber. Light travels at the rate of 186,000 miles per second. Therefore, a message can travel that fast in a glass fiber. This is the principle, or law of nature, that makes fiber optics work.

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21 In the experiment,         makes the biggest difference.

Athe angel at which to shine the light from the flashlight

Bthe amount of water in the glass of milk[来源:Z+xx+k.Com]

Cthe number of drops of milk to pour into the glass of water

Dthe size of the hole through which to shine light from the flashlight

22 The last step is to prove         .

Ano beam is shown on the white paper   Bno light can be noticed inside the glass

Cno reflection can be seen             Dno energy is wasted

23 Which of the following can be the best title?

AExperiment of Light TravelBPrinciples of Fiber Optics

CCommunication on Fiber OpticsDTheory of Light Travel[来源:Zxxk.Com]

B

The young man arrived on the Massachusetts beach early carrying a radio, a shovel, and a strange set of too学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!ls: a brick layer’s trowel, a palette knife, spatulas, spoons, and a spray bottle.

He walked down near the water—the tide was out—put down the radio and tuned it to soft rock. Then he shoveled wet sand into a pile nearly four feet high and as many feet across. Then he created a rectangular(长方形的)shape.

After that, he set to work with palette knife, spatulas, and spoons. He shaped a graceful tower, topped w学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!alls, fashioned beautiful bay windows, and carved out big front gate.

The man knew his sand. He smoothly finished some surfaces and embroidered(雕刻)artistic designs on others. As the shapes began to dry, he gently kept them slightly wet with water from the spray bottle, in case they might break in the wind.

All this took hours. People gathered. At 学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!last he stood back, obviously satisfied with a castle worthy of the Austrian countryside or Disneyland.

Then he gathered his tools and radio and moved them up to drier sand. He had known for a while what many in the rapt(全神贯注的) crowd still overlooked: the tide was coming in. Not only had he practiced his art with confidence and style, he had done so against a powerful, immutable(不可抗拒的)deadline.

As the crowd looked on, water began to lap at the base of the castle. In minutes it was surrounded. Then the rising flood began to eat into the base, walls fell, the tower fell, and finally the gate’s arch fell. More minutes passed, and small waves erased bay windows and battlements—soon no more than a small part was left.

Many in the crowd looked terribly sad; some voiced fears and discouragement. But the sculptor(雕塑家) remained calm. He had, after all, had a wonderful day, making beauty out of nothing, and watching it return to nothing as time and tide moved on.

24 In this selection, why did the sculptor start early in the day?

AHe knew the tide was out on this parti学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!cular morning.

BIt gave time for the crowd to gather.

CHe needed the sun to help dry the sand.

DIt was easier to begin with only a few people around.

25 Which of the following best shows that the sculptor was an expert?

AHe attracted a large crowd.             BHe created beautiful details.

CHe was able to finish his work.          DHe showed satisfaction on his face.

26 In this selection, what does the incoming tide signal?

AIt is time to begin working.          BIt is the busiest time of the day.

CIt is学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯! the end of a day’s work.          DIt is time for lookers-on to leave.

27 How did the lookers-on react when the tide began to come in?

AThey tried to save the sand castle. BThey were disappointed to see the art ruined.

CThey were nervous about their own belongings. 

DThey helped the artist finish the castle.

28The reader can tell that the scu学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!lptor’s reward for his work is         .

Apayment for his work        Battention from the crowd

Cfame as an artist  Dpersonal satisfaction

C

During times of t学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!rouble, Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke from a small room without a fireplace in the White House basement to millions of Americans. In his calm and conversational manner, he reassured(使……恢复信心)the nation in the depths of the Great Depression(大萧条)and through a World War.

Saul Bellow described his own experience of listening to President Roosevelt, hold the nation together, using only a radio and the power of his personality.

“I can recall walking eastward on the Chicago Midway… drivers had pulled over, parking bumper to bumper, and turned on their radios to hear Roosevelt. They had rolled down the windows and opened the car doors. Everywhere the same voice, its odd Eastern accent, which in anyone else would have angered Midwesterners. You could follow without missing a single word as you walked by. You felt joined to these unknown drivers, men and women…”

The nation needed the assurance of those Fireside Chats, the first of which was delivered on March 12, 1933. Between a quarter and a third of the work force was unemployed. Every bank in America had been closed for at least eight days. It’s hard for us to imagine. It was the hardest time of the Great Depression.

The “Fireside” was symbolic(象征性的); most of the chats came from a small room in the White House basement. Frances Perkins, Roosevelt’s Secretary of Labor, described the change that would come over him just before the broadcasts: “His face would smile and light up as though he were actually sitting on the front porch(门廊) or in the parlor with them. People felt this, and came to respect and love him.”

In that first radio visit, Roosevelt began by explaining how the banking system worked: “When you put money in a bank, the bank does not place the money into a safe—deposit vault(金库房). It invests your money in many different forms of credit—bonds, mortgages.” He went on to announce that the banks would reopen the next day.

29The main purpose of the article is to         .

Agive examples of the power of radio broadcasting

Bmake people examine their attitudes toward money

Csuggest that Roosevelt was America’s greatest president

Dshow how Roosevelt reassured Americans during hard times

30According to the article, the Fireside Chats raised the hopes of Americans because President Roosevelt     .

Aspoke to them in a friendly and confident tone

Bexplained to them how to invest their money

Cwas open about his own fears for the country

Dused humor to draw their attention away from their problems

31The name “Fireside Chats” was probably intended to         .

Ademand listeners to protect resources

Bencourage spirited discussion among listeners

Crequest people to desire for hope and reassurance

Dpersuade Americans to talk with their families

32Saul Bellow’s description of his own experience of listening to President Roo学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!sevelt shows      .

Ahow popular and encouraging Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats were

Bhow easily Roosevelt’s Fireside Chats could be understood

Cwhat great interest general public took in national affairs

Dwhat a hard life Americans had in Great Dep学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!ression

D

ILWAUKEE,Feb.17 The Democratic presidential nomination(民主党总统提名)battle turned into a two—man contest on Tuesday as Senator John Kerry narrowly defeated Senator John Edwards in the Wisconsin primary(初选). Howard Dean suffered a sad third-place showing that Democrats said would effectively 学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!end his campaign(选举活动).

The finish by Mr. Edwards surprised Democrats here, as well as those in the Kerry and Edwards camps, who had been looking for Mr. Kerry to post another decisive victory in Wisconsin, based on his performance so far this year.

And it set the stage for what Mr. Edwards said he had long wanted after trying to break through what was once a crowded field: a clean two-way race with Mr. Kerry, played out over a relatively long period, until the next big primary day, March 2.

“The people of Wisconsin spoke loudly and clearly tonight,” Mr. Edwards said in a joyful speech to supporters. “They want a debate. They want this campaign to continue.”

Mr. Kerry, who stepped out to give his victory speech as Mr. Edwards was speaking, knocking him off live television, made no mention of the thin margin(差数).

Dr. Dean, the former governor of Vermont, said even before the polls closed that he would continue his campaign no matter what the outcome in Wisconsin, a state he once said he had to win.

“We are not done,” he said in his speech on Tuesday.

But leading Democrats said that in light of his latest disappointing loss, they saw little hope for his continuing as a serious candidate(候选人). And While Mr. Kerry and Mr. Edwards turned their attention to March 2, when there will be 10 contests, Dr. Dean prepared to head back to his home in Burlington to determine where to take his campaign from here.

33The result of the Wisconsin primary also surprised Kerry’s supporters because         .

Ahe only so narrowly defeated the second

Bthey didn’t expect such a decisive victory

Cthey never thought the battle became such a two—man contest so quickly

Dhe didn’t win in the Wisconsin primary, which was unexpected

34The phrase “a clean two—way race” (in para. 3) here means         .

Aa motor race on two different ways but in the same direction

Ba race of two cars running on clean ways in different directions

Ca competition of two persons in the presidential nomination battle

Da two—person competition where the winner is easy to decide

35When the Wisconsin primary ended,         .

AHoward Dean would end his campaign

BJohn Edwards felt greater progress was made

CJohn Kerry felt proud of another success[来源:学科网ZXXK]

DDemocrats would easily determine their candidate for the next president

四、 任务型阅读

It is an all too familiar story. A natural disaster strikes in a remote part of the world, causing destruction and suffering. Villages are flattened and people are forced into camps. It is now happening in China, after the earthquake of magnitude(里氏)8 that was centered on Wenchuan but shook the entire country.

Actually, in the past centuries, there were hundreds of thousands of earthquakes in different parts of the world. In Sept. 1923, Tokyo and Yokohama were both destroyed by an earthquake and the fires that followed it. They had to be completely rebuilt. One of the most serious earthquakes was in China’s Shanxi Province in 1556. It claimed almost one million people.

We measure an earthquake’s strength on the Richter scale. The Richter scale was introduced in 1935 in Southern California in the USA. I学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!t measures earthquakes on a scale of one to ten. Any earthquake measuring five or more is usually serious.

The earth’s crust (地壳) is made up of layers of rock called plates. As these plates move, they sometimes crash against each other, causing the crust to quake. In cities such as Tokyo, where small quakes happen quite often, many modern buildings are designed to be flexible so when the earth moves, they 学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!move with it.

Earthquakes can also break up gas or oil pipes. This can cause fires to break out, which can do as much damage as the earthquake itself.

Another effect of the earthquakes is tsunamis (海啸). These are huge waves created by earthquakes beneath the sea. They can be many meters high and cause great damage to costal towns and cities.

China, Japan, Russia and the USA have the highest occurrence of earthquakes in the world.

Knowing about (36) _______

Two serious earthquakes in (37)________

An earthquake and the (38)__________ fires destroyed both Tokyo and Yokohama in Sept. 1923.

In 1556, a very serious earthquake (39) ___________ in China’s Shanxi Province, killing large numbers of people.

The (40)________ to measure an earthquake’s strength

People can measure an earthquake’s strength on the Richter scale of one to ten, introduced in 1935 in the USA. If an earthquake (41)________ five or more, it is usually serious.

The (42)__________of earthquakes

As the plates, which (43)_______ the earth’s crust, move, they sometimes crash against each other, causing the crust to quake.

Some (44)_________of  earthquakes

If earthquakes break up gas or oil pipes, (45)_______ will happen, which can do as much damage as the earthquake itself.

Tsunamis.

五、书面表达

请根据以下图表和提示写一篇关于我国手机拥有量变化的报道,并阐述手机给人们生活带来的利与弊。

  1. 方便随时、随地联系;

  2. 许多功能满足不同要求。如发短信,上网等;

  3. 接到打错的电话并为之付费;

  4. 电磁辐射(radiation) 有害健康。

注意:1.词数100左右;2. 开头已写好,不计入总词数。

   As can be seen from the chart...


作业十六答案

一、将下列每组句子连成复合句

1. Jack didnt know that there will be a meeting in five days.

2. I urged that he should write a novel about the life that we lived together in the country.

3. He wishes to write an article that will appeal to t学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!he public on the matter.

4. We havent discussed yet where are we going to spend our holidays学科网(www.zxxk.com)--教育资源门户,提供试卷、教案、课件、论文、素材及各类教学资源下载,还有大量而丰富的教学相关资讯!?

5. Theres a Keep Fit Summer Camp in our city where overweight teenagers can take exercise and learn to have a healthy diet.

6. Many people like to eat in fast food restaurants which you can find everywhere in our city.

7. Students like the school news that the radio club broadcasts.

8. Next to him stands a boy whose name is Jack.

二、用所给动词的适当形式填空

9. shocking  10. determined  11corrected  12. climbing  13. consulted  14.l exciting;excited  15. came  16. following  17. washed  18. hidden

三、阅读理解

DBADB  ABCBD  DACAA  CB

任务型阅读

  1. earthquakes; 37.history; 38. following; 39. happened/occurred; 40. way; 41. measures;  42. cause;  43. from; 44. effects/results  45. fires

五、书面表达

  As can be seen from the chart, great changes have been taking place in the ownership of mobile phones in China. At the end the of 2012, there were 50 million mobile users. By the year 2015, the number will reach up to 110 million. People have found mobile phones very convenient. They can get in touch with each other whenever and wherever they like. There are many different functions for different needs, such as sending short messages and surfing the Internet. However, it may also bring us some trouble. For example, you will have to pay for a wrong number, and the radiation from the phone may do harm to our health. In spite of this, the number of people having mobile phones is still increasing steadily.

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