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新视野大学英语二第六单元练习  

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Unit 6

Vocabulary and Structure
1. He arrived very late at night,       in the early hours this morning.

A) in conclusion B) or rather C) on the whole D) by and large

2. Mother always taught me to be thrifty and not to live       .

 A) beyond my means B) out of place C) at my leisure D) around the clock

3. President Banda’s background as a doctor has given him       into the medical problems that face the country.

 A )a view B) a vision C) an insight D) a sight

4. In New York there is a shifting population of vagrants usually with an unhealthy        for alcohol.

A) attitude B) aptitude C) appetite D) altitude

5. Cars and motorcycles are similar     they are both privately owned means of transport.

A) so that B) in that C) for that D) in which

6. The exhibition of poor sportsmanship       a sense of disgust in all who witnessed it.

A) rose B) arose C) aroused D) raised

7. When the nurse took his temperature, it was two degrees above      .

A) regular B) ordinary C) average D) normal

8. The traveler looks like an Englishman, but his foreign accent gave him      .

A) away B) out C) off D) over

9. We Americans do a lot of business   lunch, but people here prefer to tell stories.

A) in B) over C) within D) without

10. He just cannot        to the different life style here in America.

A) alter B) modify C) adapt D) adopt

11. The roof had been damaged and water was       from the ceilings and we asked Mike to help us fix it.

A) draining B) spilling C) dripping D) spraying

12. All the participants in the meeting        a loud laugh when the lecturer began his speech with a joke.

A) let off B) let out C) let down D) let through

13. Many medical doctors point out that the widespread of cigarette smoking        the increase of deaths.

A) attributes to B) confines to C) contributes to D) restricts to

14. The        drinking of liquor is much less harmful than habitual use.

A) occasional B) frequent C) continual D) constant

15. “        them an inch, and they will ask for a mile.” is just one of the wise sayings in the English language.

A) Giving B) Given C) Give D) To give

16. What she described as a       detail, in my opinion, was the most important part of the plan.

A) rare B) plain C) minor D) mature

17. Don’t wash that dress or it will       ; send it to the dry-cleaner’s.

A) minimize B) shrink C) lessen D) compress

18. Thomas Jefferson put forward an idea that was       for the time — free education for all the citizens in the US.
        A) handsome B) respective C) rigid D) radical

19. The club has       a new rule allowing women to join.

A) brought forth B) associated with C) turned over D) laid down

20. Students        business administration must take at least one course in statistics.

A) participating in B) joining in C) choosing to D) majoring in

 

Cloze

Directions:

There are 20 blanks in the following passage. For each blank there are four choices marked A),B), C) and D) on the right side of the paper. You should choose the one that best fits into the passage. Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the centre.

Each human being is born as something new,__ (1)__ that never existed before. He is born with__ (2)__ he needs to win at life. Each person in his own__ (3)__ can see,hear,touch,taste, and think__(4)__ himself. Each has his own unique __(5)__ — his capabilities and limitations.__ (6)__ can be a significant, __ (7)__, aware, and creatively __(8)__ person in his own right — a winner.

 The words “winner” and “loser” have many meanings. When we refer __(9)__ a person as a winner, we do not mean one__ (10)__ beats the other guy__ (11)__ winning over him and __(12)__ him lose. To us, a winner is one who responds authentically by being __ (13)__ , trustworthy, responsive, and genuine,__ (14)__ as an individual and as a member of__ (15)__.

A loser is one who fails to respond authentically. Martin Buber __(16) __this idea as he retells an old story of a rabbi who on his __(17)__ bed sees himself as a loser. The rabbi laments that, in the world to come, he will not be asked why he wasn't Moses; he will be asked why he wasn't __(18)__.

 Few people are one hundred percent winners or one hundred percent losers. It's a__ (19)__ of degree. However, once a person is on the road to being a winner

, his chances are greater for becoming even more __(20)__. This book is intended to facilitate the journey.

1. A) everything B) anything C) something D) thing

2. A) that B) what C) which D) how

3. A) way B) case C) method D) appetite

4. A) of B) to C) for D) about

5. A) possibilities B) abilities C) potentials D) energy

6. A) One B) All C) Every D) Each

7. A) thinking B) think C) thought D) have thought

8. A) produce B) productive C) product D) productivity

9. A) as B) to C) for D) on

10. A) what B) those C) which D) who

11. A) with B) for C) on D) by

12. A) making B) let C) letting D) make

13. A) credit B) believing C) credible D) believed

14. A) all B) both C) which D) each

15. A) society B) group C) community D) party

16. A) takes B) tells C) speaks D) expresses

17. A) die B) death C) dying D) died

18. A) his B) him C) himself D) self

19. A) matter B) case C) thing D) something

20. A) than B) much C) then D) so

    

Reading Comprehension51Test

Directions: There are 4 passages in this part. Each passage is followed by some questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A), B), C) and D)。 You should decide on the best choice and mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
Passage One
Questions 1 to 5 are based on the following passage.

Most shoplifters agree that the January sales offer wonderful opportunities for the hard-working thief. With the shops so crowded and the staff so busy, it does not require any extraordinary talent to help yourself to one or two little things and escape unnoticed. It is known, in the business, as “hoisting”。

But the hoisting game is not what it used to be. Even at the height of the sales, shoplifters today never know if they are being watched by one of those evil little balls that hang from the ceilings of so many department stores above the most desirable goods.

As if that was not trouble enough for them, they can now be filmed at work and obliged to attend a showing of their performance in court.

Selfridges was the first big London store to install closed-circuit video-tape equipment to watch its sales floors. In October last year the store won its first court case for shoplifting using as evidence a videotape clearly showing a couple stealing dresses. It was an important test case which encouraged other stores to install similar equipment.

When the balls, called sputniks, first make an appearance in shops it was widely believed that their only function was to frighten shoplifters. Their somewhat ridiculous appearance, the curious holes and red lights going on and off, certainly make the theory believable.

It did not take long, however, for serious shoplifters to start showing suitable respect. Soon after the equipment was in operation at Selfridges, store detective Brian Chadwick was sitting in the control room watching a woman secretly putting bottles of perfume into her bag.

“As she turned to go,” Chadwick recalled, “she suddenly looked up at the ‘sputnik’ and stopped. She could not possibly have seen that the camera was trained on her because it is completely hidden, but she must have had a feeling that I was looking at her.”

“For a moment she paused, but then she returned to counter and started putting everything back. When she had finished, she opened her bag towards the camera to show it was empty and hurried out of the store.”

1. January is a good month for shoplifters because      .

A) they don’t need to wait for staff to serve them

B) they don’t need any previous experience as thieves

C) there are so many people in the store

D) January sales offer wonderful opportunities for them

2. The sputniks hanging from the ceiling are intended       .

A) to watch the most desirable goods

B) to make films that can be used as evidence

C) to frighten shoplifters by their appearance

D) to be used as evidence against shoplifters

3. The case last October was important because       .

A) the store got the dresses back

B) the equipment was able to frighten shoplifters

C) other shops found out about the equipment

D) the kind of evidence supplied was accepted

4. The woman stealing perfume       .

A) guessed what the sputniks were for B) was frightened by its shape

C) could see the camera filming her D) knew that the detective had seen her

5. The woman’s action before leaving the store shows that she       .

A) was sorry for what she had done

B) was afraid she would be arrested

C) decided she didn’t want what she had picked up

D) wanted to prove she had not intended to steal anything

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