2018秋九年级人教版下册英语练习：Unit14 I remember meeting all of you in Grade 7 测试题
Unit 14 测试题 2018.4
一、 单项选择 （15分）
( )1. — We are so lucky to have so many caring teachers.
— Yes, they are really lovely. I am thankful them what they have done for me.
A. to; for B. for; to C. with; about D. with; with
( )2. — I have left my food in the classroom.
— Don’t worry. You can share some of .
A. our B. ourselves C. ours D. us
( )3. — We should all hold on to our dreams.
— Yes. A life without a dream is like a bird without , which can’t fly.
A. water B. wings C. clouds D. food
( )4. — Daddy, can you fix the toy car for me?
— Well, you can do it yourself. Read these carefully first.
A. invitations B. instruments
C. interviews D. instructions
( )5. — Do you think I can pass the test?
— Of course. Why don’t you just your abilities?
A. stick to B. believe in
C. show up D. end up
( )6. — Well, it is time to .
— So it is. Otherwise, we may miss the train.
A. set on B. set up C. set in D. set out
( )7. — we send some thank-you cards to our teachers?
— What a good idea!
A. Do B. Shall C. Must D. May
( )8. — It’s impossible for us to avoid the difficulties.
— I agree. But they if we try.
A. need overcome B. need be overcome
C. can be overcome D. can overcome
( )9. — How time flies! Three years since we became a junior high student.
— Time and tide wait for no man.
A. has gone by B. have gone away
C. are going by D. went away
( )10. — Could you offer me some advice on how to improve my spoken English?
— Well, the key is as often as possible.
A. practiced B. to practicing
C. to practice D. practices
( )11. — Tom, you have made!
— I am sorry, but I will clean it up.
A. how mess B. what mess
C. how a mess D. what a mess
( )12. — Hey, James. Do you still remember me in the camp in Qingdao?
— Of course I do. You were so careful and always remembered a map.
A. seeing; to take B. seeing; to taking
C. to see; to take D. to see; to taking
( )13. — Tom along with his parents to Hong Kong on holiday, right?
— I think so. They must be having fun in Hong Kong now.
A. has gone B. have gone
C. has been D. have been
( )14. — The show you have been looking forward to this weekend.
— Yeah. And I have got the ticket.
A. taking place B. will take place
C. being taken place D. will be taken place
( )15. — I must congratulate you that you have got another “A”.
— Thank you, .
A. but never mind
B. and I have poor luck though
C. but more effort is needed
D. and I have pity on myself
二、 完形填空。 （10分）
Eve is excited to go to her first Dylan Wyman concert in New York. Dylan Wyman is Eve’s favorite 16 . In fact, Eve tells her mother Jeannine that Dylan Wyman is her favorite person!
When they are about halfway to New York, Jeannine hears a frightening 17 . “Oh, no,” she says when 18 that they have a flat tire (爆裂的轮胎).
Jeannine pulls the car over and climbs out. Sure enough, their right rear tire is completely flat. She opens the trunk (后备箱) to get the jack (千斤顶) and the spare tire. Traffic continues to whiz by at seventy miles per hour.
“Mom, are we going to die?” Eve asks. She is really 19 .
“Don’t worry, honey. I’ll be 20 ,” Jeannine says as she starts to jack up the car.
“Wow, Mom, how do you know how to do this?” Eve is surprised at her mother’s secret talent.
Then Jeannine 21 the flat tire.
“Wow, Mom, how do you know how to do that?” Eve asks in wonder.
Jeannine just 22 . Then she puts the spare tire on. Eve says, “Mom, who are you?”
The whole tire change takes only 10 minutes. They both climb back into the car and Jeannine says, “I’m so sorry, honey, 23 we can’t drive all the way to Albany on this spare tire. We’re going to have to 24 and buy a new tire. We might be late for your 25 .”
“That’s okay, Mom,” Eve says. “You’re my favorite person now!”
( )16. A. teacher B. singer C. friend D. waiter
( )17. A. noise B. voice C. thought D. experience
( )18. A. realizing B. receiving C. reviewing D. regarding
( )19. A. happy B. tired C. scared D. excited
( )20. A. free B. slow C. busy D. quick
( )21. A. takes on B. takes in C. takes off D. takes after
( )22. A. laughs B. cries C. speaks D. replies
( )23. A. so B. unless C. but D. while
( )24. A. keep B. stop C. wait D. continue
( )25. A. party B. meeting C. work D. concert
三、 阅读理解。 （30分）
Vivien Leigh was born on Nov. 5, 1913 in Darjeeling, India. She got education in England and other European countries. She was inspired (鼓舞) by her schoolmate Maureen O’Sullivan and began her acting career. After appearing on stage with her new companion (搭档), Jack Merivale, in Ivanov in 1966, she became seriously ill and died in London on July 8, 1967. Ethan Ruan Jing Tian is known in Taiwan as Ruan Jing Tian and everywhere else as Ethan Ruan. Born on Nov. 8, 1982, he was a full-time model before turning to acting. He attended the Hsing Wu College, where he became an excellent swimmer, a skill that is shown in several of his roles. He is the 2010 Best Leading Actor winner of the 47th Golden Horse Awards for his role in Monga. Anne Hathaway was born in Brooklyn, New York on Nov. 12, 1982. Her father is a lawyer while her mother is an actress who inspired Hathaway to follow in her footsteps. In 2008, she won several awards for her performance in Rachel Getting Married and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Leonardo DiCaprio was born on Nov. 11, 1974 in Los Angeles, California. He is an American actor and film producer. He has been nominated (提名) for 9 Golden Globe Awards. He won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his performance in The Aviator in 2004.
( )26. Vivien Leigh died when she was years old.
A. 52 B. 54
C. 66 D. 67
( )27. Ruan Jing Tian is from .
A. Brooklyn B. Taiwan
C. Darjeeling D. Los Angeles
( )28. Anne Hathaway was inspired by her to be an actress.
A. mother B. father
C. schoolmate D. teacher
( )29. Leonardo DiCaprio performed in .
A. Ivanov B. Monga
C. The Aviator D. Rachel Getting Married
( )30. Which is NOT true according to the above reading?
A. Anne Hathaway’s mother is also an actress.
B. Leonardo DiCaprio was born in America in 1974.
C. Ruan Jing Tian has appeared to be a swimmer in several movies.
D. Vivien Leigh began her acting career with her companion, Jack Merivale.
Do you mind sharing your test scores with others?
On May 16, Guo Ruiting, 14, from Shenzhen Foreign Language School, had a big debate (辩论) with her classmates on this topic.
Guo believed that making the scores public would make students study harder. At first, she explained many theories (理论) that she had collected on the Internet. But they were too difficult to understand. So she was easily beaten by her opponent (对方) Du Xiaoshe.
“Publishing the results of our tests is bad for us,” said Du. He came to this conclusion (结论) after he failed his history exam one month ago. He thought it was just an accident. But he felt so hurt when his parents got a list of his marks. It also showed the marks of other students in his class.
His experience seemed to have won over many students. But Guo’s team didn’t give up.
“Don’t you forget the time when we all worked harder after knowing the average mark of Class 2?” asked Guo. “We’d have never been so good if we didn’t know how far we were behind. So it’s good to know others’ marks,” said Guo.
These words encouraged Du. He partly agreed with Guo’s team. He thought it was good to show the average mark of each class but not individual (个人的) marks. This is the perfect way to respect their privacy (隐私) and make them work hard as well.
Such a conclusion won most of the students’ minds.
“Sometimes we need to compromise (折中), both in a debate and in our life,” added Du.
( )1. In the report, students debated .
A. whether students’ marks should be made public
B. whether teachers should tell parents about students’ marks
C. how students’ marks should be made public
D. whether students’ marks could make them study harder
( )32. Guo Ruiting must have before the debate.
A. been beaten back
B. collected some information on the Internet
C. got much support
D. failed in exams
( )3. Du Xiaoshe’s accident was that .
A. he lost the debate
B. the teacher made his mark public
C. he failed in an exam
D. his parents got to know his poor mark
( )4. Both Guo and Du agreed that .
A. students’ marks should be made public
B. the average mark of each class should be known
C. it was good to know other students’ marks
D. publishing the results of tests was bad for students
( )5. The report might be taken from the page of a magazine or a newspaper.
A. art B. school life
C. home education D. science
Toronto police officer Mark Borsboom is famous on the Internet. A photo of him has been posted and shared on the Internet by many people.
The photo shows the officer is doing a simple, good thing—tying the shoelace (鞋带) of an old man.
Mark was on duty, helping cars leave the parking lot. As he was standing near the exit, an old man came near him. The man had no feeling in his hands because of a health problem. The old man had a long way to walk to meet his son, and his shoe had become loose (松的).
He asked Mark if he would mind tying his shoelace for him. “I didn’t think anything of it—I said ‘sure’ and tied his shoelace. I didn’t know someone had photographed it.”
The photographer was Jason Cassidy who happened to be passing by when he saw the act of kindness. Jason posted the photo on the Internet and it quickly became popular.
In fact, Mark has done many more interesting and dangerous things for his work. His normal job is catching criminals. On one hot day he spent hours sweating in a van (在小货车里淌汗). He described the task as “a million times harder (than helping someone to tie his shoelace).”
( )36. There was something wrong with the old man’s .
A. eyes B. hands
C. feet D. legs
( )37. The old man asked Mark to .
A. meet his son B. look for his wife
C. park his car D. tie his shoelace
( )38. took the photo and posted it on the Internet.
A. A passer-by B. Mark Borsboom
C. The old man D. The old man’s son
( )9. From the passage we can learn that Mark is .
A. serious B. kind
C. energetic D. silly
( )40. What can we infer from the passage?
A. The old man couldn’t find his son.
B. Mark’s main job is to help cars leave the parking lot.
C. Mark thought helping someone tie his shoelace was a small act.
D. Jason is the old man’s son.
四、 任务型阅读。 （10分）
I decided to meet my sponsored (被资助的) child, 12-year-old Natacha Etienne. She survived (幸存) the earthquake in Haiti. After a two-hour drive, I found myself in a beautiful place where Natacha’s family live.
When I first saw Natacha, waiting in her best clothes, I felt like giving her a hug (拥抱), but I didn’t. She had never seen me before. With half of the villagers gathering to look at me, Natacha stood back, silent and shy.
When I pulled out photos, hand-written messages and drawings I’d received from Natacha, her shyness was gone and she began to talk to me. Her parents greeted me with warm hugs and nervous smiles.
Her parents thanked me repeatedly for coming. Her father opened some drinks, and we drank and talked. I learnt that their only plan was to get all their eight children educated, so they could get a chance to leave Haiti. “You are like another mother for Natacha,” they said. “You pay for her education and we are really thankful to you.”
I took part in the sponsor activity, hoping it could help children like Natacha have a chance to go to school. I believe my little contribution (捐助) will change their lives. Now I realize that writing letters and sending photos are of great importance to Natacha, because they are all small gifts sent with great love.
The luckiest thing for Natacha She is still alive after
(41) . What Natacha did when the writer first saw her She (42) . The things that Natacha sent to the writer (43) . What Natacha’s parents greeted the writer with With (44) . What chance Natacha’s parents hoped their kids could get A chance to (45) . 五、 情景交际。 （10分）
A: Hello, Rice! You look sad. (46)
B: My parents are leaving home this afternoon.
B: They are going to work in Hangzhou. I won’t see them until the Spring Festival, you know.
A: (48) That’s a long time.
B: Yes. And I hadn’t lived with them for two years before they returned home last month. So I’m very sad. (49)
A: Don’t be upset. You can go and see them when we have a holiday.
B: Maybe you’re right.
A: (50) Now our teacher is coming. Let’s get ready for our class.
A. Please cheer up!
B. What happened?
C. When did they come back?
D. It’s nearly seven months.
E. Why are they leaving?
F. You missed them a lot, didn’t you?
G. I don’t want them to work there.
六、 填写单词 （5分）
1. There may be more challenges (在前面), but challenges can make you a better man.
2. A (调查) is needed before we make our plan.
3. My uncle is an engineer and he always works to high (标准).
4. As a (经理), you should be hard on yourself and care more about your staff.
5. The price of houses has (加倍) over the past few years.
Our middle school life will soon come to an end.
1-5 ACBDB 6-10 DBCAC 11-15 DAABC
16-20 BAACD 21-25 CACBD 26-30 BBACD
31-35 ABCBB 36-40 BDABC
41. the earthquake in Haiti
42. stood back, silent and shy
43. Photos, hand-written messages and drawings
44. warm hugs and nervous smiles
45. leave Haiti
51. ahead 52. survey 53. standard 54. manager 55. doubled
One possible version:
Our middle school life will soon come to an end. But I’ll never forget you, Eric, my best friend. You are an outgoing boy everyone likes to make friends with. I’ll never forget the smile on your face. I remember we used to play basketball on the playground, and we went to the park and had a good time there. I always laughed a lot when I was with you. And you helped me so much. Thank you!
At this very moment, I’m saying goodbye to you and giving all my best wishes to you: I hope you will be happy and healthy forever. Wish you great success in the future.