UNIT 3 学业质量检测
第一节(共5小题； 每小题1.5分， 满分7.5分)
1．Where does the conversation probably take place？__C__
A．At a TV store.
B．In a restaurant.
C．In a hotel.
2．What’s the most probable relationship between the speakers?
A．Customer and waiter.
B．Teacher and student.
C．Doctor and patient.
3．What does the boy say about turtles？__A__
A．They’re ugly and lazy.
B．They’re cute and smart.
C．They’re noisy and dirty.
4．What does the woman mean？__B__
A．The man doesn’t have to move at all.
B．The man’s new apartment is near his school.
C．She once lived on Victoria Street.
5．How does the man feel his English study？__B__
A．Much worse.B．Gradually better.C．More difficult.
6．What did Lily do last night？__A__
A．She prepared for an exam.
B．She saw a movie.
C．She played computer games.
7．What will Lily do？__C__
A．She will have a good attitude.
B．She will help the man to cheat in the exam.
C．She will help the man to go over the lessons.
8．What language can the woman speak according to the conversation？__C__
9．What does the woman like in Cuba？__A__
10．How many stories did the man tell the woman？__B__
11．What happened to the robber at last？__C__
A．He was killed.B．He ran away. C．He was caught.
12．Why did the man in the last story get in through the chimney？__A__
A．He was locked out of his house.
B．He thought it interesting.
C．He got mad.
13．What day is it today？__A__
14．How many table tennis tables are there in the hotel？__B__
15．How long does it take the man to get to the hotel from the airport？__B__
A．About 45 minutes.
B．About 75 minutes.
C．About 90 minutes.
16．When will the man check out？__A__
A．At 2∶30 p．m.B．At 2∶45 p．m. C．At 5∶00 p．m.
17．How will ReachOut camps help young people？__A__
A．By developing their leadership skills.
B．By teaching them to solve problems.
C．By planning for their future.
18．What has happened to ReachOut camps in recent years？__C__
A．Free meals are provided.
B．Classroom workshops are set up.
C．Entertainments are added to their activities.
19．What do camp members do in the afternoon？__B__
A．Do the cooking.
B．Practice skills in workshops.
C．Play some outdoor games.
20．What are Helen Yates’ songs mainly about？__A__
A．Social problems.B．Her experiences.C．Famous leaders.
M：Good evening.What can I do for you?
W：Hi, I’d like to book a double room with TV and Internet service.
M：When can I go back to work?
W：I suggest that you wait and rest until your temperature goes back to normal.
M：Mom, I do love dogs. They are so cute and smart. Can I have one?
W：Well, don’t you think they are rather noisy and dirty? How about a turtle?
M：No, Mom ! Turtles are ugly and so lazy.
M：I’m going to move.
W：Move again? Where this time?
M：It’s a new apartment on Victoria Street.
W：Oh, that’s good.You don’t have to leave home so early every morning to get to school on time.
W：How are you doing with your English Language studies?
M：I think I’m making good progress.
M：Hey, Lily, have you prepared for the exam tomorrow?
W：Yes, I prepared for it last night.
M：Lily, you should help me.
W：What is the matter?
M：I haven’t prepared for it yet, so can you pass your answers to me then?
W：Don’t kid me.It is impossible.Besides, don’t take any chances.
M：Are you going to leave me there to die?
W：Don’t say it so seriously.I just want you to have a correct attitude.
M：What should I do?
W：Don’t worry.I will help you to go over the lessons.
M：Now why don’t you talk about places you want to go? Where would you like to visit?
W：Whoa! There are so many places.I’d love to go to Cuba.
W：I imagine it’s such a unique place and it probably won’t be so unique for much longer, and I’d love to see what life is like there.
M：Right.So what is it that attracts you about Cuba?
W：Well, part of the reason is that I can speak Spanish, I love to practice speaking it, and Cuba has beautiful beaches.So there’s a lot to do there.
M：OK, now, I think you actually have travel plans coming up.Aren’t you going somewhere soon?
W：I am.I’m going to China.
M：Oh, China.Is this the first time you’ve been to China?
W：Yes, it is.
M：OK.How long do you plan to stay?
W：About ten days.
M：What a terrible story! A couple was sailing their boat from Hawaii to Mexico.While they were crossing the Pacific, their boat hit a whale and sank!
W：Is that true? What happened to the whale?
M：It doesn’t say.Oh, and here’s another one.A guy in Los Angeles was robbing a bank.But as he was escaping, he got caught in the revolving door.
W：I guess it was his first bank robbery!
M：Yeah.Oh, and listen to this.Some guy got locked out of his house, so he tried to get in through the chimney.
W：Don’t tell me! He got stuck in the chimney!
M：Exactly.And he was still trying to get out two days later when the police rescued him.
W：Garden Hotel.How can I help you?
M：Hello.I’d like to book a double room tomorrow please.For 3 days.
W：That’s from Monday to Wednesday.Is that right, sir?
M：Yes, that’s right.
W：Can I have your name?
M：John Smith.Oh, I heard that you had tennis courts in the hotel, right?
W：Yes, we have two, sir.
M：Excellent.You also have about ten table tennis tables, right? Aren’t they on the top floor with a great view of the sea?
W：Sadly no, sir.We’ve got four tables in the sports centre on the fifth floor.What time will you be arriving tomorrow, sir?
M：My flight arrives at around 4∶00 in the afternoon, so I think I’ll be there at 5∶15. By the way, I’ll be leaving your hotel on Wednesday and the flight is kind of late.So I will leave at 2∶45.Can I get a late check－out?
W：That’s fine, sir.You can check out at 2∶30 on that day.
Welcome to ReachOut! You know, we’ve been running week－long summer camps and all of them are designed to give young people the skills to be the leader of future.
Every summer, young people, aged between 12 and 17, come to attend our camps in Canada and the USA from across the world.They spend their time learning leadership skills, considering and discussing important things such as pollution and health, and helping in the local community.
Camp members usually get up at 7∶30 a．m.and, once they’ve eaten breakfast, they’ll start their day with some outdoor games to get themselves warmed up for the busy day ahead.From 9∶00 to 10∶00, camp members can select from various activities.In recent years these have included dancing, singing, song writing, performing arts...After that, camp members have a chance to select from various activities.Then there’s an hour for lunch at noon.From 1 to 2 p．m., there are classroom workshops on skills such as public speaking.
Evenings are spent watching documentary films or listening to guest speakers.One of the speakers this year will be Helen Yates who has worked on social projects around the world.Helen writes and sings her own songs about social problems she is concerned about. She has shared stages with many of the world’s political and religious leaders.You can imagine what wonderful stories she has to tell you!
Athletics was a key part of ancient Greek life from the founding of the Olympic Games in 776 B．C．until the games in the late fourth century A．D．The games were held to honor the gods and during religious festivals.Athletic events such as running, jumping, discus throwing, javelin toss, boxing and wrestling are exceptionally well represented.
Zeus was considered the most important of all the Olympic gods.He was originally worshipped as a god of climate change.He quickly became the god of fertility (多产) however, and was worshipped as the “farmer” (georgos)．As the possessor (ktisios), he offered a good harvest; as the father (pater), he protected the family and all who lived nearby.He was thus honored on the altar in the courtyard.As the brother (fratius), he protected blood relations.Before long, Zeus was worshipped as a Supreme Being who determined the fate of man and justly set the moral order of the world.
Hera was the sister and wife of Zeus and was worshipped all over Greece, but especially in the region of Argos.She was thus also called “Argeia”．She was considered the protector of marriage and the marital bond.Homer describes Hera as the most important female deity，but also the official spouse (配偶) of the father of the gods.
The ancient Greeks believed that Athena was miraculously born out of the head of Zeus.In Homer’s work, she is described as a warrior goddess wearing full armour.She was as important as Aris, the god of war.
Apollo was the god of moral order and music, but his main capacity was to protect the art of divination (占卜)．He was worshipped by the farmers as the god of the harvest.
21．What can be learned from the text？__C__
A．Fratius is closest in meaning to farmer in Greek.
B．Zeus was worshipped as a super man in the beginning.
C．Hera was the sister of Zeus.
D．Zeus claimed to be the most important of all the Olympic gods.
解析：细节理解题。由文中第三段首句“Hera was the sister and wife of Zeus...”可知答案C正确。从第二段中可知其余答案与事实不符。
22．What does the underlined word“deity”in Paragraph 3 most probably mean？__B__
C．Sports event. D．Athlete.
23．It can be inferred from the text that __A__.
A．after the late 4th century, athletic events were not always held to honor the gods
B．Homer must have been one of the Greek gods
C．Athena might be one of the daughters of Zeus
D．Hera was also called “Argeia” because she was born in Argos
解析：推理判断题。由文中第一段内容可知，公元四世纪以前，很多体育活动和敬神以及宗教节日有关系，因此判断以后情况发生变化。Homer是一位希腊诗人，因此B项错误；由第四段“...was miraculously born out of the head of Zeus”可知C项错误；由第三段“...but especially in the region of Argos. She was thus also called’Argeia’”可知D项错误。