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人教版(2019)高中英語選擇性必修第二冊Units1-5期末復習語法填空短文填空專項練習題10篇Unit1ScienceandScientists第一篇Cardsanddigitaltechnologies1._________(kill)offcashslowly,butisitacauseforconcern?Not2._________(necessary).Herearesomewaysofmakingthemostofdigitalfinance.  Cashisnolongerking.Overrecentyearsfewerandfewertransactionshavebeenmadewithcash.Themostrecentfiguresshowcoinsandnotesareusedjust34%of3._________ time,downfrom63%adecadeago.Andtheusage4._________(predict)tofalltojust10%in15years.Instead,we'repayingwithcardsanddigitaltechnologies.Someofthisisdowntouserchoice,withcontact-lesscardsandsmartphonesmakingspending5._________(fast)andmoreconvenient.Butit'salsobeingforceduponus.Someretailersarerefusingphysicalmoneyastheycanavoidthehighbankchargeslevied(征收)atthemfor6._________(handle)cash.Meanwhileit'shardertogetyourhandsonnotesascashmachinesand7. _________ (bank)disappearfromthehighstreet.Andthesearetrendswhicharelikely8._________(increase)inthecomingyears.Thiscouldbebadnewsifyoustillprimarilyusecash,9._________that'showyoupayyourbillsorhowyoubudget.Forsome,第13頁共13頁,cashisjustwhatyouknow.For10._________,cashisanecessity—especiallywhengoingdigitalisthealternative.Asaresult,thismovetowardscashlesssocietymakesmanyuneasy.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________第二篇JohnSnowDefeats“KingCholera”Cholerausedtobeoneofthemostfeared1._________(disease)intheworlduntilJohnSnowshowedhowitcouldbeovercome.Cholera,as2._________deadlydiseaseofitsday,threatenedordinarypeople.Nooneknewitscauseoritscure.Everytimecholerabrokeout,largenumbersof3_________(frighten)peopledied.JohnSnowwasdetermined4._________(solve)thisproblem.Heknewonlyifhefounditscausewoulditbecontrolled.Thereweretwotheoriesthat5._________(possible)explainedhowpeoplegotinfected.JohnSnow6._________(subscribe)tothetheorythatcholerawascausedbyaninfectionfromgermsinfoodorwater.In1854,anotheroutbreakofcholerahitLondon.JohnSnowdecidedtoinvestigate.Hemarkedtheplacesonamap,7._________gavehimavaluableclueaboutthecauseofthedisease.HefoundmanyofthedeathswerenearthewaterpumpinBroadStreet.Some第13頁共13頁,householdshadnodeaths8._________thesepeopledrankfreebeer.Itseemedthatthewaterpumpwas9._________(blame).Hemadefurtherresearchandconcludedthatpollutedwaterledtothedisease.Finally,“KingCholera”10._________(defeat).ThankstoJohnSnow,wenowknowhowtopreventcholera.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________Unit2BridgingCultures第一篇Thenumberofinternationalstudents1._________searchofhighereducationinChinahasbeenincreasinginthepasttenyears.ManyforeignstudentsthinkhighlyofWuhanUniversityinHubeiProvince.Fortheexposureto2._________(it)academicandsocialenvironmentbringsthemlong-lastingbenefits.GohQianXuanfromSingapore3._________(select)tobepresidentoftheWuhanUniversitySingaporeanStudentAssociationandtheChineseLanguageandLiteratureStudentUnionduringherfouryearsofstudyinginWuhan,4._________gaveherthechancetowork5._________(close)withstudentsfromothercountries."Ididn'tcometoWuhanjust6._________(get)goodgrades,"Gohsays."Beingpartofthe第13頁共13頁,localstudentcommunitiesandseeing7._________thingsaredonehavereallyhelpedmetobetterunderstandChinesepeopleandChina."Theuniversityalsooffersvariousactivitiestothem.Gohsaysshefelt8._________(little)likeaforeignstudentonlyafterayearinthestudentunion."TheenvironmentistrulygoodforChinesestudies,"shesays."Thefour9._________(amaze)yearsIspentinWuhanhashelpedtobuildastrongfoundationformylifeandcareer.ThisexperiencehasprovedmanyofmyformerideaswrongasInowunderstandthemainreasonsbehindtheChinesewaystodealwithcertain10._________(matter)."1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________第二篇TherearemanyNewZealandersreturninghometoliveatthemoment.1._________(tradition),youngKiwisgooverseastoliveandworkforafewyearsandthis2._________(call)anOE(overseasexperience).Somereturnhomeafterayearortwoand3._________stayawayforlonger.ManygotoAustraliaandtheUnitedKingdom.IftheymarryanAustralianoraBritishperson,theyprobablydecidetoliveinthatcountry.第13頁共13頁,EvenolderNewZealanders 4._________(attract)toAustraliaovertheyearsbecausethewagescanbe5._________(high)thereanditisnottoodistantordifferentfromNewZealand.Nowitlookslikethosepeoplearereturninghome.Reasonsforthiscouldbethattheyhavelosttheirjobbecause6._________thebadeconomyandtheywanttobeclosertofamilyduringsuchhardtimes.UnemploymentisstillquitelowinNewZealandat5%.In7._________(place)likeUnitedKingdom,UnitedStatesandAustralia,theunemploymentratesarehighersoitisharder 8._________(get)ajob.Housesarealsocheapenough9._________(buy)atthemomentsoitcanbe10._________goodtimetobuyahousehere.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________Unit3FoodandCulture第一篇We'veallheardthatbreakfastisthe1._________(important)mealintheday.Itmayactuallybetrue.Recently,astudyofmorethan50,000adultsaged30andolder2._________ (find)thatpeoplewhohavebreakfastaremorelikelytolose3._________ (weigh)thanthosewhodon'teatamorningmeal.Otherstudiesconnectnoteatingbreakfast4._________ ahigherriskofhighbloodpressure,heartdiseaseandsoon.第13頁共13頁,However,it'snotjustwhenyoueatthatmatters,but5._________ youeatalsomatters.6._________(keep)fit,youshouldhaveabalanceddietwithprotein,fiberandhealthyfats,whichisthekeytoasatisfying7._________ nutritiousbreakfast.Ifyouwanttokeep8._________(you)frombeinghungrylateroftheday,you'dbettereatwithin90minutesafterwakingup.Also,coffeedrunkonanemptystomachisnotrecommendedbecauseitcanbe9._________(harm)toyourbody.Thereisanoldsayingthatadvises"Eatbreakfastlikeaking,lunchlikeaprince,anddinnerlikeabeggar".Itisworth10._________(follow).1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________第二篇FuchsiaDunlopdecidedtovisitChinaafterreadingarticlesaboutthecountryforseveralmonths.Theone-monthbackpackingtripexposedtheEnglishwoman1._________awiderangeofChinesefood."ThedishesandsoupsIhadeveninthecheapestandplaineaterieswerebetterthan2._________IhadintheUK,"Dunloprecalled.ThelaststopofhertripwasChengdu,3._________ capitalofsouthwestChina'sSichuanProvince.DunloplearnedfromfriendsthatSichuanfoodrepresentsoneofChina's4._________ (good)cuisines,and第13頁共13頁,whenthespicyflavorofSichuanpepperexplodedinhermouth,somethinginsideherchangedforever.AftershereturnedtoLondon,DunlopmadethedecisiontostudyinChinaatSichuanUniversity.Whenshewrotedown"studyingChinese5._________(policy)onethnicgroups"onthe6. _________(apply)formasthereasonforascholarship,whatshereallyhadinmindwereSichuandishes.HerjourneyeventuallyledhertobecomethemostknowledgeableEnglishpersononChinesefood.She7._________ (write)manybooksonChinesecuisinesince,includingShark'sFinandSichuanPepper,whichwastranslatedintoChinesein2018.AccordingtoChenXiaoqing,8._________(know)fordirectingthedocumentaryofABiteofChina,Dunlopisthemostinsightfulforeignwriterwho9._________(vivid)describesChinesecuisineinanexcitingandaccurateway.Whatshepresentstothereadersisnotjustfood,butalsotheprofoundtraditionsandtremendouschanges10._________(occur)inthecountrybehindtheflavors.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________Unit4JourneyAcrossaVastLand第一篇第13頁共13頁,Onenight1._________winter,abearcameintothecityofVancouverCanada.Itwalkedthroughthecitystreetspasthouses,shopsandoffices.Thenit2._________(find)somefoodinbinsoutsidearestaurantandstartedeating.Inthemorning,someonesawthebearandcalledthepolice.Thepolicecamewithavet(獸醫)fromthecityzoo.Theyputthebearinalorryandtookittothemountainsoutsidethecity.3._________(lucky),thebearwassafe.But4._________happensinothercountrieswhenbiganimalscomeintocities?InVancouver,itisunusual5._________(see)abear,butinsomecitiesyoucanseebiganimalsonthecitystreetseveryday.Biganimalsusuallycomeintocitiestofindfood.InCapeTowninSouthAfrica,baboons(狒狒)comeintothecitywhentheyare6._________(hunger).Humanfoodisverybadforthebaboons'7._________(tooth)becauseithasalotofsugar.Now,thereareBaboonMonitorsworkinginCapeTown.8._________(they)jobistofindbaboonsinthecityandreturnthemtothecountryside.InBerlin,pigssometimescomeintothecityforfood.Theyeatflowersandplantsinparksandgardens.Sometimestheyeatvegetablesfromgardens9._________theywalkinthestreet,causingaccidents.Somepeoplelikethepigsandtheygivethemfoodandwatertodrink.Otherpeopledonotlikethepigsandtheywantthegovernmentandthepolicetostopthem10. _________(enter)thecity.第13頁共13頁,1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________第二篇It'sjustanotherdayforWilliamLindesay.Itbeginsbyspendingsometimewithhissons...andtheGreatWallofChina.Hehaslostcountofthenumberoftimeshe1._________(climb)thewall.However,hestillremembersthedayhefirstsaw2._________.TheUKnativecamebacktoChinain1986with3._________(plan)torunthewall'sentire4._________(long)—butitdidn'tquiteworkoutthattime.Hecamebackayearlaterandfulfilledhisdream,beforefinallysettlinginChinain1990.LindesayhashadeightbooksontheGreatWall5._________(publish)overtheyears.Hehascompletedthreephotoprojectsthatshow6._________ithaschangedwiththepassageoftimeandledconservationeffortstoprotectit.NowheandhisChinesefriendsareusingdrones(無人機)7._________(film)theGreatWall,whichprovidesa8._________(complete)newandfascinatingperspective.Inmanyways,theGreatWallhasdefinedLindesay'slife.Hissoloadventure9._________(describe)as“themostsuccessfulforeignexplorationoftheGreatWall”.Heevenreceivedamedal10._________theChinesegovernmentforhisconservationefforts.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________第13頁共13頁,Unit5FirstAid第一篇October3rdof2013beganlikeanyotherday.Iwokeup,gotreadyand1._________(go)towork.Little2._________ anyoneknowwhatwasabouttohappen.While3._________(work)onavehicleIbegantofeelalittleoff.Itwasclosetolunchtime,4._________Iputdownmytools,washedmy5._________ (hand)andsatatmytoolboxtoeatlunch.ThenextthingIrememberiswakingupinahospitalinatotalstateofconfusionwithdoctors,nurses,familyandfriends6._________ (surround)me.I7._________ (tell)thatIwentintosuddencardiacarrestatworkandfellonthefloor.Acoworkerheardthecommotionandrantome.Herecognizedthesignsandgavemefirstaid8._________(immediate)whileanothercoworkercalled911.IwasgivenbystanderCPRfornearly5minutesuntilthelocalpoliceandEMT'sshowedupandtookover.IwasthengivenasingleshockfromanAEDand9._________(I)pulsecamebackandreturned10. _________anormalrhythm.Iwasdeadfor7minutes!Fromthatpoint,Iwasrushedtothehospital.ThankstobystanderCPRandacallto911,mylifewassaved.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________第13頁共13頁,第二篇YoumayhaveheardoftheRedCross.Itisan1._________(organize)thathelpspeoplewhoareinneednomatter2. _________ badthesituationis!ButifnotforthepassionofayoungwomannamedClaraBarton,theAmericanRedCrossmayhaveneverbeenformed!Onedaywhenshewas11yearsold,herelderbrotherwas3._________ (terrible)injured.Hewasillfortwoyears.Claracaredforhim4._________wholetime.Throughthisexperienceshefoundoutthatshecamealivewhenshecaredforothers.Soon,Clarabegantakingcareof5._________(injure)animals.Neighborsbeganbringingtheirpetstoher.Whenshewasolder,shebecameanurseintheAmericanCivilWarandshehelpedsavehundredsofsoldiers.AftertheCivilWar,ClaratraveledtoEuropetorest.6._________ thatdidnotlastlong.Soonshewascaringfor7._________ (wound)peopleinbattleonceagain!Butthistime,shelearnedabouttheRedCrosswhoworkedalongsideheronthebattlefield.Theirmissionwastohelpthosewhoneededitmost.ShedecidedthattheRedCross8._________(need)inAmerica.Overseveralyears,sheasked4differentpresidents9._________ (bring)theRedCrosstoAmerica.Theyallsaidno.Butthen,thanks10._________ herpersistence(堅持),oneofthepresidentschangedhismind!AndtheAmericanRedCrosswasborn.1._________2._________3._________4._________5._________第13頁共13頁,6._________7._________8._________9._________10._________Keys:Unit1第一篇arekilling;necessarily;the;ispredicted;faster;handling;banks;toincrease;whether;others第二篇diseases;a;frightened;tosolve;possibly;subscribed;which;because;toblame;wasdefeatedUnit2第一篇in;its;wasselected;which;closely;toget;how;less;amazing;matters第三篇Traditionally;iscalled;others;havebeenattracted;higher;of;places;toget;tobuy;aUnit3第一篇mostimportant;hasfound;weight;with;what;Tokeep;and;yourself;harmful;following第二篇to;what;the;best;policies;application;haswritten;known;vividly;occurringUnit4第一篇in;found;Luckily;what;tosee;hungry;teeth;Their;and;entering第13頁共13頁,第一篇hasclimbed;it;plans;length;published;how;tofilm;completely;is/was/hasbeendescribed;fromUnit5第一篇went;did;.working;so;hands;surrounding;wastold;immediately;my;to第二篇organization;how;terribly;the;injured;But;wounded;wasneeded;tobring;to第13頁共13頁
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