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Unit 2 Loving parents, loving children Unit 2 Quiz 2

1、 问题:emotional     clutter     embarrassment1. I nearly died of _____when he said that.
答案: 【embarrassment

2、 问题:emotional     clutter     embarrassment2. Mothers are often the ones who provide _____support for the family.
答案: 【emotional

3、 问题:emotional     clutter     embarrassment3. Every step towards a paperless environment will save you time, money, storage space and____.
答案: 【clutter

Unit 1 Fresh start Unit 1 Quiz 2

1、 问题:acquire     passion     resource1. China is a country rich in natural __.
答案: 【resources

2、 问题:acquire     passion     resource2. The English have a __ for gardens.
答案: 【passion

3、 问题:acquire     passion     resource3. She has ______a good knowledge of Spanish.
答案: 【acquired

Unit 2 Loving parents, loving children Unit 2 Quiz 1

1、 问题:In some universities, up to 70 percent of students are doing paid work during term-time. Is this putting a burden on young people and detracts them from study? Or does it help them to improve their self-confidence?According to the findings of a survey, students said term-time work did affect them, with 43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments occasionally as a result of having to work. And 80 percent students of the 500 responding said that their paid work took the time available for reading.However, the same research also showed that a part-time job could benefit under-graduates, giving them the ability to communicate, make presentations and work in teams. One quarter of students said that their job helped them use their time better. Students take part-time jobs for a number of reasons. Some do it to meet people and make friends, particularly if they are not living with roommates. Others, meanwhile, look for work as a way of gaining networking with an eye to their future career.Some students even find that it can lead to a career. For example, students working for retail shops may be employed for up to 20 hours a week during term-time. The company will get to know the students well. As a result the undergraduates can find themselves promoted at the end of their first year. And by the time they graduate, they may have moved to a management job.The important thing is that people should be able to reflect on their part-time job and decide what lessons they have learnt from it. When they can write down the different experiences, they have had and tell what they have learnt, it is really useful. John Miller, 22, worked during the entire four years. “It shows to employers that you are capable of doing more than one thing at a time.”1. According to the findings of a survey, _____.
选项:
A:students said term-time work did not affect them
B:500 responding said that their paid work took the time available for reading
C:43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments from time to time
D:part-time job could not benefit graduates
答案: 【43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments from time to time

2、 问题:In some universities, up to 70 percent of students are doing paid work during term-time. Is this putting a burden on young people and detracts them from study? Or does it help them to improve their self-confidence?According to the findings of a survey, students said term-time work did affect them, with 43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments occasionally as a result of having to work. And 80 percent students of the 500 responding said that their paid work took the time available for reading.However, the same research also showed that a part-time job could benefit under-graduates, giving them the ability to communicate, make presentations and work in teams. One quarter of students said that their job helped them use their time better. Students take part-time jobs for a number of reasons. Some do it to meet people and make friends, particularly if they are not living with roommates. Others, meanwhile, look for work as a way of gaining networking with an eye to their future career.Some students even find that it can lead to a career. For example, students working for retail shops may be employed for up to 20 hours a week during term-time. The company will get to know the students well. As a result the undergraduates can find themselves promoted at the end of their first year. And by the time they graduate, they may have moved to a management job.The important thing is that people should be able to reflect on their part-time job and decide what lessons they have learnt from it. When they can write down the different experiences, they have had and tell what they have learnt, it is really useful. John Miller, 22, worked during the entire four years. “It shows to employers that you are capable of doing more than one thing at a time.”2. Students find that paid work during term-time is beneficial EXCEPT _____.
选项:
A:help them manage their time better
B:help them live with roommates
C:help them look for work as a way of gaining experience
D:help them to look for a career
答案: 【help them live with roommates

3、 问题:In some universities, up to 70 percent of students are doing paid work during term-time. Is this putting a burden on young people and detracts them from study? Or does it help them to improve their self-confidence?According to the findings of a survey, students said term-time work did affect them, with 43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments occasionally as a result of having to work. And 80 percent students of the 500 responding said that their paid work took the time available for reading.However, the same research also showed that a part-time job could benefit under-graduates, giving them the ability to communicate, make presentations and work in teams. One quarter of students said that their job helped them use their time better. Students take part-time jobs for a number of reasons. Some do it to meet people and make friends, particularly if they are not living with roommates. Others, meanwhile, look for work as a way of gaining networking with an eye to their future career.Some students even find that it can lead to a career. For example, students working for retail shops may be employed for up to 20 hours a week during term-time. The company will get to know the students well. As a result the undergraduates can find themselves promoted at the end of their first year. And by the time they graduate, they may have moved to a management job.The important thing is that people should be able to reflect on their part-time job and decide what lessons they have learnt from it. When they can write down the different experiences, they have had and tell what they have learnt, it is really useful. John Miller, 22, worked during the entire four years. “It shows to employers that you are capable of doing more than one thing at a time.”3. According to the writer, the important thing for doing part-time job is _____.
选项:
A:you must write down an article after doing the job
B:you can earn some extra money
C:you are able to speak clearly what you have learnt
D:you can meet people and make friends
答案: 【you are able to speak clearly what you have learnt

4、 问题:In some universities, up to 70 percent of students are doing paid work during term-time. Is this putting a burden on young people and detracts them from study? Or does it help them to improve their self-confidence?According to the findings of a survey, students said term-time work did affect them, with 43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments occasionally as a result of having to work. And 80 percent students of the 500 responding said that their paid work took the time available for reading.However, the same research also showed that a part-time job could benefit under-graduates, giving them the ability to communicate, make presentations and work in teams. One quarter of students said that their job helped them use their time better. Students take part-time jobs for a number of reasons. Some do it to meet people and make friends, particularly if they are not living with roommates. Others, meanwhile, look for work as a way of gaining networking with an eye to their future career.Some students even find that it can lead to a career. For example, students working for retail shops may be employed for up to 20 hours a week during term-time. The company will get to know the students well. As a result the undergraduates can find themselves promoted at the end of their first year. And by the time they graduate, they may have moved to a management job.The important thing is that people should be able to reflect on their part-time job and decide what lessons they have learnt from it. When they can write down the different experiences, they have had and tell what they have learnt, it is really useful. John Miller, 22, worked during the entire four years. “It shows to employers that you are capable of doing more than one thing at a time.”4. According to the passage, which statement is true?
选项:
A:1/4 students said that their paid work were harmful.
B:25 percent students said that their job helped them manage time better.
C:All the students who do paid-work were affected.
D:More than a half of students produced poor quality assignments.
答案: 【25 percent students said that their job helped them manage time better.

5、 问题:In some universities, up to 70 percent of students are doing paid work during term-time. Is this putting a burden on young people and detracts them from study? Or does it help them to improve their self-confidence?According to the findings of a survey, students said term-time work did affect them, with 43 percent saying they produced poor quality assignments occasionally as a result of having to work. And 80 percent students of the 500 responding said that their paid work took the time available for reading.However, the same research also showed that a part-time job could benefit under-graduates, giving them the ability to communicate, make presentations and work in teams. One quarter of students said that their job helped them use their time better. Students take part-time jobs for a number of reasons. Some do it to meet people and make friends, particularly if they are not living with roommates. Others, meanwhile, look for work as a way of gaining networking with an eye to their future career.Some students even find that it can lead to a career. For example, students working for retail shops may be employed for up to 20 hours a week during term-time. The company will get to know the students well. As a result the undergraduates can find themselves promoted at the end of their first year. And by the time they graduate, they may have moved to a management job.The important thing is that people should be able to reflect on their part-time job and decide what lessons they have learnt from it. When they can write down the different experiences, they have had and tell what they have learnt, it is really useful. John Miller, 22, worked during the entire four years. “It shows to employers that you are capable of doing more than one thing at a time.”5. What’s the author’s attitude toward doing part-time job?
选项:
A:Neutral.
B:Supportive.
C:Opposing.
D:Indifferent.
答案: 【Neutral.

Unit 1 Fresh start Unit 1 Quiz 1

1、 问题:Christopher Reeve — A Real SupermanHe was "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound." He was the world’s greatest superhero. When Christopher Reeve was picked to play this role in films in 1977, audiences across the country cheered with approval. Like Superman, Christopher was dashing, handsome, and strong. Like Superman, he seemed nearly invincible. He skied, sailed, flew planes, went scuba diving, rode horses, played tennis — and did it all with skill and ease. No one could imagine Christopher Reeve any other way.All that changed on May 27, 1995. Christopher was in Virginia with his wife, Dana Morosini, and their young son, Will. He had entered a three-day horse riding competition there. His horse, Eastern Express, appeared to be in fine shape. The 42-year-old Christopher looked equally fit and relaxed.The competition was going well for Christopher. He wasn’t in the first place, but he wasn’t in the last, either. On his third obstacle in a two-mile jumping event, however, the communication between horse and rider broke down somehow. Without warning, Eastern Express stopped short, but Christopher kept going. He pitched forward over the horse’s head, landing on his own head — not moving, not even breathing.Christopher had broken his spinal cord near the base of his skull, resulting in paralysis from the neck down. He could not speak. He could not even breathe on his own. At the time, doctors gave him only a 50-50 chance of surviving at all.Despair filled Christopher Reeve’s heart. He thought perhaps it would be best if he simply gave up. Dying seemed like the easiest and least painful thing to do. He thought it might be best for his family, too. Then he saw his wife Dana standing next to him, saying, "You’re still you, and I love you."From that moment on, Christopher thought only about living. Gathering his courage, he began to fight for his life. A few days later, Christopher underwent an operation that helped restore some feeling to his upper body. Still, doctors emphasized his limitations. He would never walk again. He would never even breathe again without the aid of a respirator.Christopher set out to prove the doctors wrong. First of all, he wanted to breathe on his own. Five months after the accident, he asked to be taken off the respirator. He managed just 10 feeble breaths before being reconnected to the breathing tube. Refusing to be discouraged, Christopher took a few more breaths the next day. By the fourth day, he was able to breathe seven minutes without assistance. After three months, he could sustain himself for 90 minutes at a time. By the end of 1995, he was able to go home.Soon after that, Christopher felt ready to face the world again. He had a message to spread. He wanted to tell people that no matter what challenges they faced, they shouldn’t give up. Christopher began to make public appearances. He gave a motivational speech in Toronto. He spoke at a Boston University graduation. Wherever Christopher appeared, his speeches met with standing ovations — and many teary faces.Christopher also went back to work. Clearly he couldn’t play the roles he’d played in the past. Instead he turned to directing. His first film, In the Gloaming, proved he had not lost his creative spark.Despite his brave attitude, Christopher has had his share of "down" times. In the year following his accident, he had problems with blood clots. Later, he developed pneumonia. One day while doing physical therapy, he fell to the floor and broke his arm.Every day he struggled with the reality of his condition. "In the morning, I need 20 minutes to cry," he told a reporter. After night-time dreams of running and playing with his son, he needed the 20 minutes "to wake up and make that shift …"But after the tears, Christopher always whispered, "And now, forward!" With those words, Christopher Reeve proved that although he had lost control of his body, he still had his courage, his spirit, and his inner strength. In that sense, he still was — and always would be — Superman!1. From the first paragraph we can learn that Christopher was _____.
选项:
A:a superman
B:a film actor
C:a diver
D: a rider
答案: 【a film actor

2、 问题:Christopher Reeve — A Real SupermanHe was "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound." He was the world’s greatest superhero. When Christopher Reeve was picked to play this role in films in 1977, audiences across the country cheered with approval. Like Superman, Christopher was dashing, handsome, and strong. Like Superman, he seemed nearly invincible. He skied, sailed, flew planes, went scuba diving, rode horses, played tennis — and did it all with skill and ease. No one could imagine Christopher Reeve any other way.All that changed on May 27, 1995. Christopher was in Virginia with his wife, Dana Morosini, and their young son, Will. He had entered a three-day horse riding competition there. His horse, Eastern Express, appeared to be in fine shape. The 42-year-old Christopher looked equally fit and relaxed.The competition was going well for Christopher. He wasn’t in the first place, but he wasn’t in the last, either. On his third obstacle in a two-mile jumping event, however, the communication between horse and rider broke down somehow. Without warning, Eastern Express stopped short, but Christopher kept going. He pitched forward over the horse’s head, landing on his own head — not moving, not even breathing.Christopher had broken his spinal cord near the base of his skull, resulting in paralysis from the neck down. He could not speak. He could not even breathe on his own. At the time, doctors gave him only a 50-50 chance of surviving at all.Despair filled Christopher Reeve’s heart. He thought perhaps it would be best if he simply gave up. Dying seemed like the easiest and least painful thing to do. He thought it might be best for his family, too. Then he saw his wife Dana standing next to him, saying, "You’re still you, and I love you."From that moment on, Christopher thought only about living. Gathering his courage, he began to fight for his life. A few days later, Christopher underwent an operation that helped restore some feeling to his upper body. Still, doctors emphasized his limitations. He would never walk again. He would never even breathe again without the aid of a respirator.Christopher set out to prove the doctors wrong. First of all, he wanted to breathe on his own. Five months after the accident, he asked to be taken off the respirator. He managed just 10 feeble breaths before being reconnected to the breathing tube. Refusing to be discouraged, Christopher took a few more breaths the next day. By the fourth day, he was able to breathe seven minutes without assistance. After three months, he could sustain himself for 90 minutes at a time. By the end of 1995, he was able to go home.Soon after that, Christopher felt ready to face the world again. He had a message to spread. He wanted to tell people that no matter what challenges they faced, they shouldn’t give up. Christopher began to make public appearances. He gave a motivational speech in Toronto. He spoke at a Boston University graduation. Wherever Christopher appeared, his speeches met with standing ovations — and many teary faces.Christopher also went back to work. Clearly he couldn’t play the roles he’d played in the past. Instead he turned to directing. His first film, In the Gloaming, proved he had not lost his creative spark.Despite his brave attitude, Christopher has had his share of "down" times. In the year following his accident, he had problems with blood clots. Later, he developed pneumonia. One day while doing physical therapy, he fell to the floor and broke his arm.Every day he struggled with the reality of his condition. "In the morning, I need 20 minutes to cry," he told a reporter. After night-time dreams of running and playing with his son, he needed the 20 minutes "to wake up and make that shift …"But after the tears, Christopher always whispered, "And now, forward!" With those words, Christopher Reeve proved that although he had lost control of his body, he still had his courage, his spirit, and his inner strength. In that sense, he still was — and always would be — Superman!2. Which of the following is true of Christopher?
选项:
A:He won the competition and felt excited.
B:He stayed with his wife and son all the time.
C:He finally jumped over the third obstacle.
D:He fell off the horse and was injured.
答案: 【He fell off the horse and was injured.

3、 问题:Christopher Reeve — A Real SupermanHe was "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound." He was the world’s greatest superhero. When Christopher Reeve was picked to play this role in films in 1977, audiences across the country cheered with approval. Like Superman, Christopher was dashing, handsome, and strong. Like Superman, he seemed nearly invincible. He skied, sailed, flew planes, went scuba diving, rode horses, played tennis — and did it all with skill and ease. No one could imagine Christopher Reeve any other way.All that changed on May 27, 1995. Christopher was in Virginia with his wife, Dana Morosini, and their young son, Will. He had entered a three-day horse riding competition there. His horse, Eastern Express, appeared to be in fine shape. The 42-year-old Christopher looked equally fit and relaxed.The competition was going well for Christopher. He wasn’t in the first place, but he wasn’t in the last, either. On his third obstacle in a two-mile jumping event, however, the communication between horse and rider broke down somehow. Without warning, Eastern Express stopped short, but Christopher kept going. He pitched forward over the horse’s head, landing on his own head — not moving, not even breathing.Christopher had broken his spinal cord near the base of his skull, resulting in paralysis from the neck down. He could not speak. He could not even breathe on his own. At the time, doctors gave him only a 50-50 chance of surviving at all.Despair filled Christopher Reeve’s heart. He thought perhaps it would be best if he simply gave up. Dying seemed like the easiest and least painful thing to do. He thought it might be best for his family, too. Then he saw his wife Dana standing next to him, saying, "You’re still you, and I love you."From that moment on, Christopher thought only about living. Gathering his courage, he began to fight for his life. A few days later, Christopher underwent an operation that helped restore some feeling to his upper body. Still, doctors emphasized his limitations. He would never walk again. He would never even breathe again without the aid of a respirator.Christopher set out to prove the doctors wrong. First of all, he wanted to breathe on his own. Five months after the accident, he asked to be taken off the respirator. He managed just 10 feeble breaths before being reconnected to the breathing tube. Refusing to be discouraged, Christopher took a few more breaths the next day. By the fourth day, he was able to breathe seven minutes without assistance. After three months, he could sustain himself for 90 minutes at a time. By the end of 1995, he was able to go home.Soon after that, Christopher felt ready to face the world again. He had a message to spread. He wanted to tell people that no matter what challenges they faced, they shouldn’t give up. Christopher began to make public appearances. He gave a motivational speech in Toronto. He spoke at a Boston University graduation. Wherever Christopher appeared, his speeches met with standing ovations — and many teary faces.Christopher also went back to work. Clearly he couldn’t play the roles he’d played in the past. Instead he turned to directing. His first film, In the Gloaming, proved he had not lost his creative spark.Despite his brave attitude, Christopher has had his share of "down" times. In the year following his accident, he had problems with blood clots. Later, he developed pneumonia. One day while doing physical therapy, he fell to the floor and broke his arm.Every day he struggled with the reality of his condition. "In the morning, I need 20 minutes to cry," he told a reporter. After night-time dreams of running and playing with his son, he needed the 20 minutes "to wake up and make that shift …"But after the tears, Christopher always whispered, "And now, forward!" With those words, Christopher Reeve proved that although he had lost control of his body, he still had his courage, his spirit, and his inner strength. In that sense, he still was — and always would be — Superman!3. Shortly after Christopher was operated on, _____.
选项:
A:he recovered quickly and went home
B:he still had some difficulty in breathing
C:he fell down and broke his arm
D:his chances of surviving were still slim
答案: 【he still had some difficulty in breathing

4、 问题:Christopher Reeve — A Real SupermanHe was "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound." He was the world’s greatest superhero. When Christopher Reeve was picked to play this role in films in 1977, audiences across the country cheered with approval. Like Superman, Christopher was dashing, handsome, and strong. Like Superman, he seemed nearly invincible. He skied, sailed, flew planes, went scuba diving, rode horses, played tennis — and did it all with skill and ease. No one could imagine Christopher Reeve any other way.All that changed on May 27, 1995. Christopher was in Virginia with his wife, Dana Morosini, and their young son, Will. He had entered a three-day horse riding competition there. His horse, Eastern Express, appeared to be in fine shape. The 42-year-old Christopher looked equally fit and relaxed.The competition was going well for Christopher. He wasn’t in the first place, but he wasn’t in the last, either. On his third obstacle in a two-mile jumping event, however, the communication between horse and rider broke down somehow. Without warning, Eastern Express stopped short, but Christopher kept going. He pitched forward over the horse’s head, landing on his own head — not moving, not even breathing.Christopher had broken his spinal cord near the base of his skull, resulting in paralysis from the neck down. He could not speak. He could not even breathe on his own. At the time, doctors gave him only a 50-50 chance of surviving at all.Despair filled Christopher Reeve’s heart. He thought perhaps it would be best if he simply gave up. Dying seemed like the easiest and least painful thing to do. He thought it might be best for his family, too. Then he saw his wife Dana standing next to him, saying, "You’re still you, and I love you."From that moment on, Christopher thought only about living. Gathering his courage, he began to fight for his life. A few days later, Christopher underwent an operation that helped restore some feeling to his upper body. Still, doctors emphasized his limitations. He would never walk again. He would never even breathe again without the aid of a respirator.Christopher set out to prove the doctors wrong. First of all, he wanted to breathe on his own. Five months after the accident, he asked to be taken off the respirator. He managed just 10 feeble breaths before being reconnected to the breathing tube. Refusing to be discouraged, Christopher took a few more breaths the next day. By the fourth day, he was able to breathe seven minutes without assistance. After three months, he could sustain himself for 90 minutes at a time. By the end of 1995, he was able to go home.Soon after that, Christopher felt ready to face the world again. He had a message to spread. He wanted to tell people that no matter what challenges they faced, they shouldn’t give up. Christopher began to make public appearances. He gave a motivational speech in Toronto. He spoke at a Boston University graduation. Wherever Christopher appeared, his speeches met with standing ovations — and many teary faces.Christopher also went back to work. Clearly he couldn’t play the roles he’d played in the past. Instead he turned to directing. His first film, In the Gloaming, proved he had not lost his creative spark.Despite his brave attitude, Christopher has had his share of "down" times. In the year following his accident, he had problems with blood clots. Later, he developed pneumonia. One day while doing physical therapy, he fell to the floor and broke his arm.Every day he struggled with the reality of his condition. "In the morning, I need 20 minutes to cry," he told a reporter. After night-time dreams of running and playing with his son, he needed the 20 minutes "to wake up and make that shift …"But after the tears, Christopher always whispered, "And now, forward!" With those words, Christopher Reeve proved that although he had lost control of his body, he still had his courage, his spirit, and his inner strength. In that sense, he still was — and always would be — Superman!4. What did Christopher do after he returned to work?
选项:
A:He taught at Boston University.
B:He played the roles as he did in the past.
C:He began to make public speeches.
D:He set about directing films.
答案: 【He set about directing films.

5、 问题:Christopher Reeve — A Real SupermanHe was "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound." He was the world’s greatest superhero. When Christopher Reeve was picked to play this role in films in 1977, audiences across the country cheered with approval. Like Superman, Christopher was dashing, handsome, and strong. Like Superman, he seemed nearly invincible. He skied, sailed, flew planes, went scuba diving, rode horses, played tennis — and did it all with skill and ease. No one could imagine Christopher Reeve any other way.All that changed on May 27, 1995. Christopher was in Virginia with his wife, Dana Morosini, and their young son, Will. He had entered a three-day horse riding competition there. His horse, Eastern Express, appeared to be in fine shape. The 42-year-old Christopher looked equally fit and relaxed.The competition was going well for Christopher. He wasn’t in the first place, but he wasn’t in the last, either. On his third obstacle in a two-mile jumping event, however, the communication between horse and rider broke down somehow. Without warning, Eastern Express stopped short, but Christopher kept going. He pitched forward over the horse’s head, landing on his own head — not moving, not even breathing.Christopher had broken his spinal cord near the base of his skull, resulting in paralysis from the neck down. He could not speak. He could not even breathe on his own. At the time, doctors gave him only a 50-50 chance of surviving at all.Despair filled Christopher Reeve’s heart. He thought perhaps it would be best if he simply gave up. Dying seemed like the easiest and least painful thing to do. He thought it might be best for his family, too. Then he saw his wife Dana standing next to him, saying, "You’re still you, and I love you."From that moment on, Christopher thought only about living. Gathering his courage, he began to fight for his life. A few days later, Christopher underwent an operation that helped restore some feeling to his upper body. Still, doctors emphasized his limitations. He would never walk again. He would never even breathe again without the aid of a respirator.Christopher set out to prove the doctors wrong. First of all, he wanted to breathe on his own. Five months after the accident, he asked to be taken off the respirator. He managed just 10 feeble breaths before being reconnected to the breathing tube. Refusing to be discouraged, Christopher took a few more breaths the next day. By the fourth day, he was able to breathe seven minutes without assistance. After three months, he could sustain himself for 90 minutes at a time. By the end of 1995, he was able to go home.Soon after that, Christopher felt ready to face the world again. He had a message to spread. He wanted to tell people that no matter what challenges they faced, they shouldn’t give up. Christopher began to make public appearances. He gave a motivational speech in Toronto. He spoke at a Boston University graduation. Wherever Christopher appeared, his speeches met with standing ovations — and many teary faces.Christopher also went back to work. Clearly he couldn’t play the roles he’d played in the past. Instead he turned to directing. His first film, In the Gloaming, proved he had not lost his creative spark.Despite his brave attitude, Christopher has had his share of "down" times. In the year following his accident, he had problems with blood clots. Later, he developed pneumonia. One day while doing physical therapy, he fell to the floor and broke his arm.Every day he struggled with the reality of his condition. "In the morning, I need 20 minutes to cry," he told a reporter. After night-time dreams of running and playing with his son, he needed the 20 minutes "to wake up and make that shift …"But after the tears, Christopher always whispered, "And now, forward!" With those words, Christopher Reeve proved that although he had lost control of his body, he still had his courage, his spirit, and his inner strength. In that sense, he still was — and always would be — Superman!5. What can be inferred from the passage?
选项:
A:It was his wife who gave him courage to go on living.
B:He picked up his courage and underwent another operation.
C:Five months after the accident he could breathe on his own.
D:His horse, Eastern Express, helped him a lot in the competition.
答案: 【It was his wife who gave him courage to go on living.

Unit 7 Hoping for the better Unit 7 Quiz1

1、 问题:Is it possible to persuade mankind to live without war? War is an ancient institution, which has existed for at least six thousand years. It was always bad and usually foolish, but in the past human race managed to live with it. Modern ingenuity has changed this. Either man will abolish war, or war will abolish man.
For the present, it is nuclear weapons that cause the most serious danger, but bacteriological or chemical weapons may, before long, offer an even greater threat. If we succeed in abolishing nuclear weapons, our work will not be done. It will never be done until we have succeeded in abolishing war. To do this, we need to persuade mankind to look upon international questions in a new way, not as contests of force, in which the victory goes to the side which is most skillful in killing people, but by arbitration in accordance with agreed principles of law. It is not easy to change very old mental habits, but this is what must be attempted.
There are those who say that the adoption of this or that ideology would prevent war. I believe this to be a big error. All ideologies are based upon dogmatic statements that are, at best, doubtful, and at worst, totally false. Their adherents believe in them so fanatically that they are willing to go to war in support of them.
The movement of world opinion during the past few years has been very largely such as we can welcome. It has become a commonplace that nuclear war must be avoided. Of course very difficult problems remain in the world, but the spirit in which they are being approached is a better one than it was some years ago. It has begun to be thought, even by the powerful men who decide whether we shall live or die, that negotiations should reach agreements even if both sides do not find these agreements wholly satisfactory. It has begun to be understood that the important conflict nowadays is not between different countries, but between man and the atom bomb.
1. This passage implies that war is now _____.
选项:
A:worse than in the past
B:as bad as in the past
C:not so dangerous as in the past
D:as necessary as in the past
答案: 【worse than in the past

2、 问题:Is it possible to persuade mankind to live without war? War is an ancient institution, which has existed for at least six thousand years. It was always bad and usually foolish, but in the past human race managed to live with it. Modern ingenuity has changed this. Either man will abolish war, or war will abolish man. For the present, it is nuclear weapons that cause the most serious danger, but bacteriological or chemical weapons may, before long, offer an even greater threat. If we succeed in abolishing nuclear weapons, our work will not be done. It will never be done until we have succeeded in abolishing war. To do this, we need to persuade mankind to look upon international questions in a new way, not as contests of force, in which the victory goes to the side which is most skillful in killing people, but by arbitration in accordance with agreed principles of law. It is not easy to change very old mental habits, but this is what must be attempted.There are those who say that the adoption of this or that ideology would prevent war. I believe this to be a big error. All ideologies are based upon dogmatic statements that are, at best, doubtful, and at worst, totally false. Their adherents believe in them so fanatically that they are willing to go to war in support of them.The movement of world opinion during the past few years has been very largely such as we can welcome. It has become a commonplace that nuclear war must be avoided. Of course very difficult problems remain in the world, but the spirit in which they are being approached is a better one than it was some years ago. It has begun to be thought, even by the powerful men who decide whether we shall live or die, that negotiations should reach agreements even if both sides do not find these agreements wholly satisfactory. It has begun to be understood that the important conflict nowadays is not between different countries, but between man and the atom bomb.1. In the sentence "To do this, we need to persuade mankind…" (Para. 1), "to do this" refers to _____.
选项:
A:abolish war
B:improve weapons
C:solve international problems
D:abolish nuclear weapons
答案: 【abolish war

3、 问题:Is it possible to persuade mankind to live without war? War is an ancient institution, which has existed for at least six thousand years. It was always bad and usually foolish, but in the past human race managed to live with it. Modern ingenuity has changed this. Either man will abolish war, or war will abolish man. For the present, it is nuclear weapons that cause the most serious danger, but bacteriological or chemical weapons may, before long, offer an even greater threat. If we succeed in abolishing nuclear weapons, our work will not be done. It will never be done until we have succeeded in abolishing war. To do this, we need to persuade mankind to look upon international questions in a new way, not as contests of force, in which the victory goes to the side which is most skillful in killing people, but by arbitration in accordance with agreed principles of law. It is not easy to change very old mental habits, but this is what must be attempted.There are those who say that the adoption of this or that ideology would prevent war. I believe this to be a big error. All ideologies are based upon dogmatic statements that are, at best, doubtful, and at worst, totally false. Their adherents believe in them so fanatically that they are willing to go to war in support of them.The movement of world opinion during the past few years has been very largely such as we can welcome. It has become a commonplace that nuclear war must be avoided. Of course very difficult problems remain in the world, but the spirit in which they are being approached is a better one than it was some years ago. It has begun to be thought, even by the powerful men who decide whether we shall live or die, that negotiations should reach agreements even if both sides do not find these agreements wholly satisfactory. It has begun to be understood that the important conflict nowadays is not between different countries, but between man and the atom bomb.3. From Paragraph 2 we learn that the author of the passage _____.
选项:
A:is an adherent of some modern ideologies
B:does not think that adoption of any ideology could prevent war
C:believe that the adoption of some ideology could prevent war
D:does not doubt the truth of any ideologies
答案: 【does not think that adoption of any ideology could prevent war

4、 问题:Is it possible to persuade mankind to live without war? War is an ancient institution, which has existed for at least six thousand years. It was always bad and usually foolish, but in the past human race managed to live with it. Modern ingenuity has changed this. Either man will abolish war, or war will abolish man. For the present, it is nuclear weapons that cause the most serious danger, but bacteriological or chemical weapons may, before long, offer an even greater threat. If we succeed in abolishing nuclear weapons, our work will not be done. It will never be done until we have succeeded in abolishing war. To do this, we need to persuade mankind to look upon international questions in a new way, not as contests of force, in which the victory goes to the side which is most skillful in killing people, but by arbitration in accordance with agreed principles of law. It is not easy to change very old mental habits, but this is what must be attempted.There are those who say that the adoption of this or that ideology would prevent war. I believe this to be a big error. All ideologies are based upon dogmatic statements that are, at best, doubtful, and at worst, totally false. Their adherents believe in them so fanatically that they are willing to go to war in support of them.The movement of world opinion during the past few years has been very largely such as we can welcome. It has become a commonplace that nuclear war must be avoided. Of course very difficult problems remain in the world, but the spirit in which they are being approached is a better one than it was some years ago. It has begun to be thought, even by the powerful men who decide whether we shall live or die, that negotiations should reach agreements even if both sides do not find these agreements wholly satisfactory. It has begun to be understood that the important conflict nowadays is not between different countries, but between man and the atom bomb.1. According to the author, _____.
选项:
A:war is the only way to solve international disputes
B:war will be less dangerous because of the improvement of weapons
C:it is impossible for the people to live without war
D:war must be abolished if man wants to survive
答案: 【war must be abolished if man wants to survive

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