2018秋九年级人教版下册英语练习：Unit11 Sad movies makes me cry. 测试题
Unit 11 测试题 2018.4
一、 单项选择。 （15分）
( )1. — Does Mary agree with you?
— Yes, sure. We are in agreement.
A. a B. an
C. the D. 不填
( )2. — My parents are sometimes too hard me.
— Are they? They just want you to spend more time your lessons.
A. on; on B. on; with
C. with; on D. with; with
( )3. — Is it true that some colors can make us feel relaxed?
— Yes. Colors do have the to change our feelings and moods.
A. secret B. power
C. idea D. experience
( )4. — Doctor, do you think I have got a bad cold?
— Maybe. But I can’t say that before I you.
A. create B. warn
C. examine D. prove
( )5. — Look at Eric’s face. The snake scared him just now.
— Yes, I think so. He isn’t a brave boy.
A. black B. red
C. pale D. blue
( )6. Tina and I are good friends. Our began 10 years ago.
A. message B. friendship
C. suggestion D. education
( )7. — Did you and your parents join the trip?
— Yes. us, the Greens also went to the amusement park.
A. Except B. Except for
C. Beside D. Besides
( )8. — How do you like Han Han’s books?
— They are my last choice. The more I read them, I like them.
A. the less B. the least
C. the more D. the most
( )9. — How about seeing a movie, Jenny?
— Well, I would stay at home rather than to the movies.
A. go B. going
C. goes D. went
( )10. — I didn’t enjoy myself at the party. I just felt .
— Well, maybe there were too many people at the party.
A. left out B. to leave out
C. leaving out D. be left out
( )11. — Have you heard from Mrs Green lately?
— I my brother has received any call or e-mail from her. Hope she is doing well.
A. Not only; but also B. Neither; nor
C. Both; and D. Either; or
( )12. — I have told Jim many times to be careful with his lessons, but...
— He is clever but careless. You can’t make a crab (蟹) straight, can you?
A. walks B. to walk
C. walk D. walking
( )13. — Tom a new camera lately.
— Really? Do you know its brand?
A. buys B. has bought
C. is buying D. will buy
( )14. — Look at the lovely baby panda. Do you know at birth?
— I guess he might be about 100 grams heavy.
A. what was his weight B. how heavy was he
C. how he was heavy D. what his weight was
( )15. — I hope you won’t disappoint us in the final, Andy.
— . I will try my best not to let you down.
A. I dislike it B. I am afraid not
C. You’re wrong D. Believe in me
二、 完形填空 （10分）
Amsterdam is the capital city of the Netherlands. It is the biggest city and the second largest harbor (港口) in the Netherlands with a population of 740,000. It is called the “ 6 Venice” .
Amsterdam is a(n) 17 but lively city. It’s a city with a long history and ancient culture. The canals (运河) are perhaps its most fascinating 8 . A walk around the Jodan area of the city is one of the joys of Amsterdam. So many boats and bridges make you 19 the crowds and get lost in your own little world. Best viewed at night with the street lights throwing soft shadows (影子) across the water, it is really 0 special.
Amsterdam is a busy city. It is a 21 tourist city all year round. And it becomes busier 22 weekends and long holidays. The city is compact (紧凑的). You can get to all the main tourist spots on foot. With an excellent public transportation, it is really 3 to travel in Amsterdam.
There are also plenty of 24 in Amsterdam. The Van Gogh Museum and the Rijiks Museum are the main attractions. Many famous paintings can be 25 here.
So when you have a chance to take a vacation, don’t miss “North Venice” — Amsterdam.
( )16. A. West B. South C. North D. East
( )17. A. new B. big C. small D. old
( )18. A. way B. feature C. game D. performance
( )19. A. escape B. break up C. join D. pull in
( )20. A. anything B. something C. nothing D. everything
( )21. A. lonely B. historic C. native D. popular
( )22. A. at B. with C. during D. after
( )23. A. cheap B. convenient C. safe D. difficult
( )24. A. museums B. parks C. hotels D. restaurants
( )25. A. painted B. taken away C. found D. sold out
三、 阅读理解。 （30分）
Whole Wheat (小麦) Apple Pancakes
What you need:
2 cups of whole wheat flour
teaspoon of salt
cup of vegetable oil
2 large apples
1 cup of butter
In a large bowl, stir (搅拌) the flour and salt. Put eggs, oil and apples into the flour.
Heat a large pan over medium heat. Put a large teaspoon of batter (面糊) onto the pan and cook until the batter becomes dry. Then flip the pancake and cook until it becomes brown on the other side. When both sides have a light brown color, the pancake is ready. Heat the butter over medium heat and add it to the pancake. It makes the pancake taste more delicious.
( )26. The passage tells us how to make .
A. bread B. dumplings C. pancakes D. hamburgers
( )27. How much vegetable oil do you need?
A. 1 cup. B. teaspoon. C. 2 cups. D. cup.
( )28. To make whole wheat apple pancakes, you need the following things
A. milk B. salt C. flour D. butter
( )29. What’s the right order of making pancakes?
①Put eggs, oil and apples into the flour.
②Cook the batter.
③Stir the flour and salt.
④Heat the pan.
A. ③①②④ B. ③①④② C. ①②③④ D. ①④②③
( )30. What does the underlined word “flip” mean in Chinese?
A. 凉拌 B. 爆炒 C. 翻动 D. 切碎
John and Bobby joined a wholesale (批发) company together just after graduation from college the same year. After several years, however, the boss chose Bobby to be the manager but John remained a worker. John could not stand it anymore. He wrote a resignation letter (辞职信) to the boss and complained that the boss did not know who worked harder and better.
The boss knew that John worked very hard for the years. He thought a moment and said, “Thank you for your criticism (批评), but I hope you will do one more thing for our company before you leave. Perhaps you will change your decision and take back your resignation letter.”
John agreed. The boss asked him to go and find out anyone selling watermelon in the market. John went and returned soon. He said he had found out a man selling watermelon. The boss asked the price. John didn’t know and went back to the market to ask and returned to tell the boss $1.2 per kilo.
Then the boss called Bobby to come to his office. He asked Bobby to go and find anyone selling watermelon in the market. Bobby went, returned and said to the boss, “Only one person selling watermelon, $1.2 per kg, $10 for 10 kg. He has 340 melons. Each melon is about 2 kg. Bought from the South two days ago, they are fresh and red, good quality.”
John was very surprised and realized the difference between himself and Bobby. He decided not to resign but to learn from Bobby.
( )31. After Bobby was chosen to be the manager, John decided to .
A. criticize Bobby
B. give up his job
C. work even harder
D. learn from Bobby
( )2. In fact, John was .
A. hard-working B. lazy
C. knowledgeable D. clever
( )3. How did John know the watermelon price?
A. He asked Bobby.
B. He asked the boss.
C. He bought a watermelon.
D. He asked the watermelon seller.
( )34. The boss asked John to do one more thing for his company hoping that . A. he would resign
B. he would be the manager
C. he would remain to work there
D. he would change his attitude towards Bobby
( )35. The difference between John and Bobby was that .
A. Bobby didn’t work so hard as John
B. Bobby got along better with the boss than John
C. Bobby collected much more market information than John
D. Bobby sold more watermelons than John at a wholesale food market
An American boy said he didn’t want an 11th birthday party because he had no friends. But now he is getting something exciting—to be a professional hockey (曲棍球) player.
Colin and his family visited players and coaches of the Kalamazoo Wings at a restaurant this week. Colin said, “I knew we were going to the restaurant, but I was not expecting the rest (其余).”
The team provided the boy with a one-day contract (合同). It will allow him to join the Wings for their home (主场) game on Sunday. Colin will get his own jersey (线衣). He will drop the game puck (冰球) and even sit on the bench with the players.
Colin has trouble communicating with other people. This makes it hard for him to make friends with kids of his age. Children and adults with such trouble often have high IQ, but have problems in social situations. They often have trouble understanding jokes.
So his mother created a “Happy Birthday Colin” on a Facebook page. It went viral and drew more than 2 million “likes.” Colin’s mom said the best reward for her efforts was seeing Colin grow. “I have seen him change greatly because he knows he has 2.1 million friends. His self-confidence has grown.”
K-Wings Head Coach Nick Bootland said, “There are things that are much bigger than the game. If we can put a smile on a kid’s face that deals with a lot of trouble, we’re excited about that chance.”
( )36. The Kalamazoo Wings is a .
A. popular game B. hockey team
C. school’s name D. Facebook page
( )37. What’s TRUE about Colin?
A. He has few friends in his real life.
B. He is a really professional hockey player.
C. He has trouble with his lessons.
D. He is good at telling jokes.
( )38. The underlined words “went viral” most probably mean “ ”.
A. became strange to people
B. became popular with people
C. was known by few people
D. was easy to get
( )39. Now Colin than before.
A. is much stronger
B. has a higher IQ
C. is more confident
D. is more interested in Facebook
( )40. The reading above may be taken from the page of a newspaper.
A. school & teenage life B. art & music
C. science D. world news
四、 任务型阅读 （10分）
Which ice cream taste is your favorite? Do you want to study in an ice cream university?
More than 12,000 people attended the ￡600-a-week course offered by the Ice Cream University in Italy.
Students come from all over the world and they have the same dream: to learn how to make the world’s best ice cream, and then use their new skills to set up a new future for themselves.
Besides learning how to concoct (调制) common tastes such as chocolate and orange, students experiment (试验) with some strange tastes, including ice cream made from red wine and cheese.
“Ice cream has many different tastes. Pears with cheese and lemon with red wine are some of the more unusual ones that our students have come up with,” said Patrick Hopkins, an American director of the university which was established in 2003.
The university runs six courses, and students are taught that making ice cream is not only a science but also an art.
One of the students recently on the course was Seb Cole from London. “I want to start my own business,” he said. “Italian ice cream is lower in fat than the ice cream you get in the UK. And there are more tastes. I’m going to try ice cream tastes with beer.”
41. The Ice Cream University in Italy was set up in . It offers courses to teach students how to make ice cream.
2. The students of the Ice Cream University come from .
3. They spend on the one-week course.
4. At the university making ice cream is regarded as both a and a(n) .
5. Seb Cole’s dream is to .
6. This is the best (魔术) show that I have ever watched.
7. His (直接的) request made the girl very embarrassed.
8. Mother often opens the windows in the morning to let the f air in.
9. Don’t you think it would be a good idea to p the car near the shopping center?
0. — I’m sorry to t you to give me a hand so late.
— Never mind. We are good neighbors.
1-5 DABCC 6-10 BDAAA 11-15 BCBDD
16-20 CDBAB 21-25 DCBAC 26-30 CDABC
31-35 BADCC 36-40 BABCA
41. 2003; six 42. all over the world
43.￡600 44. science; art
45. start his own company 46. magic
47. direct 48. fresh
49. park 50. trouble
51. What’s up? / What’s wrong with you? / What’s the matter with you?
52. What happened to you?
53. It was nothing. / Don’t worry about it.
54. Yes, I am afraid so / I think so.
55. you need to say sorry / explain it to her.
One possible version:
Dear mom and dad,
Today is my birthday. I want to let you know how much I love you and how much I’ve appreciated the things you’ve done for me. I find that it will never be too much to say “Thanks” to you, my beloved parents.
Since I was born, you have been giving me everything. You’re making every effort to bring me up. Do you remember the night five years ago? I caught a cold and had a high fever at midnight. I felt so terrible, so you took me to the hospital immediately. You took good care of me without a rest the whole night.
Though you have never expected any reward from me, from now on, I will help you do more housework that I have seldom done before. I will learn to cook in order to make dinner for you both all by myself. Moreover, I will study harder.
My dear parents, I love you, and I hope you are in good health forever.