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Unit 1 Narrative Mode Read the following passage and determine from which perspective the passage is

1、 问题:The birds were chirping and the sun was shining. Kevin and Juno were sitting on a park bench together. Neither of them was smiling. After a long period of silence, Kevin said, “This isn’t going to work. I mean, you’re a dog person and I’m a cat person.” Juno nodded. A tear rolled down her face. Kevin went on, “If we got married and bought a house, what kind of pet would we get? Some kind of cat-dog? Somebody’s going to be unhappy.” Juno began sobbing and said, “Ok, let’s just end it now. Have fun with your slobbery dogs.” She jumped off the bench and ran into the woods. It’s third-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【错误

2、 问题:The dew on the grass made my running shoes damp. It didn’t bother me. The sound of my feet hitting the street formed a rhythm, a steady pattern of light thumps. I timed my breathing with the rhythm. These sounds filled my head. I thought of nothing other than the next step and keeping my tempo. I soared over the sidewalks like concrete clouds. It’s first-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

3、 问题:Suzie applied the lipstick to her lips. She had never done this before. She smacked her lips like she had seen other women do in the movies and looked in the mirror. She felt unsure about what she saw. She turned to her friend Donna and asked, “How do I look?” Donna gasped and said, “You look breathtaking, Suzie.” Suzie smiled. She was grateful for these words, even though she didn’t believe them. It’s third-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

4、 问题:Jeremiah squinted from the sun. He was thinking about the game. They could have won. He could have won the game for them. All he needed to do was catch the ball, but he didn’t. He dropped it. His coach talked to him. “Jeremiah, we had a great season. Nobody’s perfect. Look at me. Ha ha,” he said. Jeremiah smiled at the coach, but he couldn’t forgive himself so easily. It’s third-person omniscient.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【错误

5、 问题:The bell rang. “Oh no! I’m going to be late for science! I’ve got to go,” said Cassie to her friend Tom. Tom rolled his eyes and said, “Little Miss Perfect can’t be late.” This upset Cassie. She hated when people gave her a hard time for trying to do the right thing, especially Tom. “Quiet you,” she said while swinging at Tom with her folder. He narrowly dodged the strike and said, “Be careful now. Attacking another student is a level two offense.” Then he smiled a big, cheesy grin at her. It’s third-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【错误

6、 问题:Red looked across the prairie. He didn’t see anything concerning. He wondered why Texas Joe had hollered like that. Texas Joe turned to him. The ghost that Texas Joe had just seen was gone. Texas Joe swatted at the air. Now he felt crazy. “You have to believe me, Red. It was just here,” said Texas Joe. Red scowled at him in disbelief. “What was just here, Joe?” he asked. Red was angry with Texas Joe for disturbing his sleep for no apparent reason. It’s third-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

7、 问题:April opened the escape hatch. She was afraid to jump, but she realized that the airship was sinking. She looked at Vince, who was strapping on his parachute. Vince locked eyes with her and then he realized the error in his conduct. “I’m sorry, April. That was ungentlemanly of me. Let me help you with yours.” He proceeded to attach the other parachute to April’s back. This made him feel a little better. It’s third-person omniscient.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

8、 问题:The parade marched down the street. It was led by a caped drummer. He set a stately pace and tapped the accompanying rhythm. A marching band followed behind him, matching his pace. Behind the band were floats of all sizes and designs. Children and adults were riding on the floats, tossing out penny candies, streamers, and plastic prizes. The street was lined with people. The noises of revelry filled the streets. It’s third-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【错误

9、 问题:A bus drove by Kiko as she sat on the park bench. A woman pushed a double stroller with a set of twins down the sidewalk. Several pigeons approached Kiko. “Go away, flying rats. I do not have any food for you,” Kiko shouted at the birds. They squawked and flew off. Kiko crossed her legs and took a deep breath. She picked up the newspaper, flipped through a few pages, and put it back down. Then her phone rang. It’s third-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【错误

10、 问题:”You already told me that story,” said Shanice. She looked genuinely disappointed. I laughed awkwardly. “Sorry,” I said, “I didn’t mean to bore you with a rerun.” I tried to laugh it off but she just wouldn’t let it go. “Don’t you even consider your listener before you tell a story?” she inquired acerbically. This caught me off guard. I replied, “I’m just trying to keep you entertained, Shanice.” I pleaded. She smacked me down with another sharp comment, “Yeah, well, you should try harder.” It’s first-person limited.
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

Unit 2 Meaning in Use Part VI: After-class Quiz

1、 问题:The word “cultivate” has five senses which can be explained by its different synonyms, namely farm, develop, court, foster, and improve. The following are five sentences each of which contains a different sense of “cultivate”. Please analyze the meaning of cultivate in each sentence and fill in the brackets after each sentence with the corresponding synonym.Try to cultivate a positive mental attitude. ( )
选项:
A:farm
B:develop
C:court
D:foster
答案: 【develop

2、 问题:She went out of her way to cultivate his friendship. ( )
选项:
A:farm
B:develop
C:court
D:foster
答案: 【foster

3、 问题:She cultivated a small garden of her own. ( )
选项:
A:farm
B:develop
C:foster
D:improve
答案: 【farm

4、 问题:He only cultivates people who may be of use to him. ( )
选项:
A:farm
B:foster
C:court
D:improve
答案: 【court

5、 问题:My father encouraged me to cultivate my mind. ( )
选项:
A:farm
B:develop
C:foster
D:improve
答案: 【improve

6、 问题:The word “hideous” has two sense. A. If you say that someone or something is hideous, you mean that they are very ugly or unattractive. B. You can describe an event, experience, or action as hideous when you mean that it is very unpleasant, painful, or difficult to bear. Examine the following sentences and judge whether attached A or B in the brackets correctly explains the meaning of “hideous”. She saw a hideous face at the window and screamed. ( A )
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

7、 问题:His family was subjected to a hideous attack by the gang. ( B )
选项:
A:正确
B:错误
答案: 【正确

8、 问题:It’s been a perfectly hideous day. ( A )
选项:
A:正确

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