- Lesson 1 Face to Face with Hurricane Camille Lesson 1 单元测试
- Lesson 2 Hiroshima—the Liveliest City in Japan Lesson 2 单
- Lesson 3 Blackmail (Excerpts) Lesson 3 单元测试
- Lesson 4 The Trial That Rocked the World Lesson 4 单元测试
- Lesson 7 Everyday Use for your grandmama Lesson 7 单元测试
- Lesson 6 Mark Twain–Mirror of America (Excerpts) Lesson 6 单
- Lesson 5 The Libido for the Ugly Lesson 5 单元测试
- Lesson 12 Ships in the Desert (Excerpts) Lesson 12 单元测试
- Lesson 14 Speech on Hitler’s Invasion of the U.S.S.R. Lesson
- Lesson 13 No Signposts in the Sea (Excerpts) Lesson 13 单元测试
1、 问题:A plot is also a narrative of events, the emphasis falling on _.
2、 问题:How many people are there in the house to fight against the hurricane?
3、 问题:The antagonist in the story is _____.
答案: 【Hurricane Camille】
4、 问题:”A moment later, the hurricane, in one mighty swipe, lifted the entire roof off the house and skimmed it 40 feet through the air.” What kind of rhetorical device is used in the above sentence?
5、 问题:The essentials of narration include the following elements, such as _.
D:point of view
point of view】
1、 问题:Which city is chosen as a desirable place for holding international conferences on peace?
2、 问题:Who became the first sitting United States president to visit Hiroshima since the atomic bombing？
A:George W. Bush
答案: 【Barack Obama】
3、 问题:From the author’s words, he seems to have stepped on the soil of Hiroshima with .
B: a “sense of guilt”
C:a “sense of happiness”
D: a “sense of nostalgia”
答案: 【 a “sense of guilt”】
4、 问题: is a rhetorical device that can be defined as a disappointing situation, or a sudden transition in discourse from an important idea to a trivial one.
5、 问题:The feature story depends on and .
6、 问题: , and represent the stylistic features of a News Feature. These features can be demonstrated in the structural analysis of “Hiroshima—the ‘Liveliest’ City in Japan”.
C:a Focus on Human Element
a Focus on Human Element】
7、 问题:Which of the following belongs to alliteration?
1、 问题:A novel is a fictional narrative prose with ____ words.
A:500 to 15,000
B:20,000 to 40,000
C:more than 40,000
D:more than 100,000
答案: 【more than 40,000】
2、 问题:Which of the following is NOT right about the novel Hotel?
A:It was published in 1965.
B:It held the No.1 position on the New York Times bestseller list for a year.
C:In 1966,it was adapted into a successful Warner Brothers movie.
D:It was adapted into an international TV series in 1983 to 1988
答案: 【It held the No.1 position on the New York Times bestseller list for a year.】
3、 问题:The climax in “Blackmail” comes when _____.
A:The Duchess announced that she would offer Ogilvie twice the amount of money he asked for.
B:The Duchess considered the risks and chances in Ogilvie’s plan.
C:Ogilvie agreed to the Duchess’ plan.
D:Ogilvie put out his cigar.
答案: 【The Duchess announced that she would offer Ogilvie twice the amount of money he asked for.】
4、 问题:What is the method of characterization in the sentence “the Duchess looked pointedly at the half-burned cigar in the fat man’s mouth”?
D:The writer’s direct statement
答案: 【Physical description】
5、 问题:In the following types of thought presentation,the presence of the narrator is most strongly noticed in ____.
A:Free direct thought
C:Free indirect thought
答案: 【Indirect thought】
1、 问题:What caused the final eruption of the long time clash between fundamentalisma and modernism?
B:John Scopes Trial
C:The arrival of William Jennings Bryan
D:Clarence Darrow serving as a lawyer for the denfese
答案: 【John Scopes Trial】
2、 问题:What rhetorical device is used in the underlined part of the sentence “Until we are marching backwards to the glorious age of sixteenth century”?
3、 问题:Please decide which of the following basic beliefs held by a fundamentalist is NOT correct.
A:Infallibility of the Bible
B:Christ’s death was the atonement for sin
C:Spiritual resurrection of Christ
D:Virgin birth of Christ