牛津深圳版英语八年级上 Unit 1 Wise men in history单元检测试卷(含解析)八年级报纸电子版·牛津深圳版Unit1-2 - 答案
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八年级（上）Units 1-2 综合单元能力测试题
( )1. People don’ A. disappeared B. got down C. woke up
( A. agreed B. knew C. identified
A. take a walk B. have a good time C. enjoy themselves .
( A. someone B. everyone C. no one
( A. clever B. funny C. unusual
( A. person who likes music very much
B. person who likes writing music
C. person who plays a musical instrument (乐器)
( A. Maybe B. Quickly C. Finally
( A. contained B. gave C. took
( ) 9. Yesterday, she took part in an argument (辩论A. finished B. started C. got the first place in
( A. in the country B. in the city C. in the company
( A. completed B. knew C. provided
( A. answered B. shouted C. asked
( A. Several years ago B. All the way C. Long long ago
( ) 14. Leonardo da Vinci’ A. artistic B. well-known C. beautiful
( A. work out B. copy out C. write down
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I arrived in Shenzhen for (16) __a_ trip last week. (17)_The_ weather is fine now. I enjoy (18) __myself__ (my) here. It is my (19)_first___ (one) time here, so everything (20)__looks__ (look) fresh (新鲜的). I visited some tourist attractions. Most (21) _of__ the places were crowded. Yesterday I went shopping and bought something (22) __interesting_ (interest). I got lost on my way back to the hotel, (23) __but___ it didn’t matter. I usually go out and have dinner in a restaurant and it takes me about (24) __an__ hour because the food there is
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fantastic. I took many (25) __photos___ (photo), so you can see when I come back home.
On the Gobi Desert in Asia, there is a small flower. Its florescence (花期) is so __26__ that it only has a two-day life and __27__ with its mother plant. However, who can __28__ what great efforts(努力) this small flower has to __29__ for such two days' short blooming (开放)?
On the Gobi, the plants with __30__ roots can grow. However, the small flower has only one root __31__ deep into the ground. It usually __32__ it five years to complete the growth of the root, and then it __33__ the nutrients (营养) little by little. In the sixth spring, it can bloom a small four-colored flower.
Only blooming two days, this small flower __34__ its lifetime about six years.
From this small flower, I __35__ that the short beauty and success actually need a long wait and hard work of the lifetime.
( ) 26. A. strong B. tall C. short
( ) 27. A. lasts B. dies C. lives
( ) 28. A. agree B. achieve C. imagine .
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( ) 30. A. unusual B. major C. huge
( ) 31. A. growing B. remaining C. leading
( ) 32. A. carries B. takes C. spends
( ) 33. A. takes out B. takes in C. takes off
( ) 34. A. kills B. burns C. uses
( ) 35. A. learn B. look C. wake
Once three men got to the Dover Station at about ten o'clock one evening. One of them asked a porter (行李搬运工) what time the next train to London was. The porter answered, " You have just missed one. They go hourly. The next train is at eleven." The three men decided to leave the station. So they went to a bar.
A minute or two after eleven o'clock they ran into the station. The porter told them the train had just gone. So they went back to the bar.
It came to twelve o'clock, and the last train was starting out when all of the three men ran to catch the train as fast as they could. Two of the men got into a carriage, but the third man didn't run fast enough. The train went out and left him behind. He laughed until tears came to his eyes. Then he took the porter's hand and said, "Well, I myself have to go to London, and they only came here to see me off."
( ) 36. When did the story happen?
A. In the evening. B. In the afternoon. C. In the morning. D. We don't know.
( ) 37. Why did the three men miss the train at eleven?
A. Because one of them wanted to take the last train.
B. Because they were drunk in the bar.
C. Because they came out of the bar late.
D. Because they didn't know when the train left.
( ) 38. The train left one man behind because______.
A. he didn't want to go to London
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B. there were enough people on the train
C. the other two men didn't want him to get on the train
D. he didn't run fast enough
( ) 39. How often did the train leave for London?
A. Every one hour. B. Every two hours. C. Every three hours. D. Every four hours.
( ) 40. Who should go to London?
A. The other two men. B. The third man. C. The three men. D. No one.
An Italian mathematician Fibonacci brought the number zero, along with the rest of the Arabic (阿拉伯的) numerals(数字), back from his travels to north Africa. However, the history of zero goes far deeper into history. There are at least two discoveries, or inventions, of zero. The one that we got the zero from came from a place of the Middle East. It first came to be between 400 and 300 BC in Babylon (巴比伦). Before developing in India, it went through northern Africa and then crossed from Italy to Europe. At first, zero worked as a way to tell 1 from 10 or 100 to give an example using Arabic numerals. That was not a full zero. A full zero was a number on its own. It was the average (平均数) of -1 and l. It began to take shape as a number in India in the fifth century A.D.
马雅文化)，likely in the first few centuries A.D. An even earlier appearance of a zero is used to mean an empty number column about 4,000 to 5,000 years ago.
( ) 41. Where was the man who brought the numerals to the West from?
A. Greece. B. North Africa. C. The Middle East. D. Italy.
( ) 42. What can we know from the second paragraph?
A. People used zero to tell the same places of Arabic numerals.
B. Zero was not a number before it developed in India.
C. There are two discoveries of zero.
D. Zero first appeared in Italy.
( ) 43. What does the underlined word "independently" mean?
A. Actually. B. Carefully. C. By itself. D. Along with other things.
( ) 44. What's the passage about?
A. The history of zero. B. The usage of zero.
C. Two inventions of zero. D. The culture of zero.
( ) 45. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Zero meant nothing in ancient times.
B. There were three kinds of zeros in ancient times.
C. The second appearance of zero appeared in Babylon.
D. There're more than two answers about the history of zero.
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( ) 46. Who used to be shy and silent?
A. Dave. B. Lucy. C. Eric. D. Rosa.
( ) 47. What is Rosa interested in now?
A. Watching TV. B. Buying snacks. C. Playing the guitar. D. Doing sports.
( ) 48. How do you like Lucy at present?
A. She is healthy. B. She is helpful. C. She is outgoing. D. She is patient.
( ) 49. Who or what helps Dave change a lot?
A. A TV Show. B. A great book. C. A patient PE teacher. D. Nobody but himself.
( ) 50. What can we infer(推断) from the passage?
A. Dave usually eats much junk food. B. Lucy never buys any clothes.
C. Eric has lots of friends now. D. Rosa used to be ill and missed PE lessons.
Steve Jobs helped change the history with the reinvention of several industries including: mobile phones, personal computing and music.
Jobs was born on February 24, 1955. He was raised (抚养) by Clara and Paul Jobs. Jobs began his relationship with technology and electronics (电子技术) at an early age with Paul Jobs. Jobs and his father would take apart electronics and then put them back together. Jobs met his future business partner Steve Wozniak in high school. Jobs didn't finish his college. He started Apple Computers with Wozniak in 1976. In October of 2001, Jobs showed the iPod to the world, the only way to get "1,000 songs in your pocket". The iPod was very successful and brought people to Apple stores across the country. In 2007, Apple made the world know the most revolutionary(革命性的) smart phone of its time, the iPhone. He also created digital(数字的) download (下载) stores unlike any other - with the iTunes Music and App Stores. He continued to raise the bar with his next
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wonderful product - the iPad.
Jobs died of cancer on October 5, 2011. A year after Jobs' death, Apple was the most valuable company on the planet.
( ) 51. What does the writer think of Steve Jobs?
A. A great musician. B. A great inventor. C. A great scientist. D. A great partner.
( ) 52. Who made Jobs be interested in technology and electronics?
A. His mother. B. His schoolmate. C. His teacher. D. His father.
( ) 53. How old was Jobs when he started Apple Computers with Wozniak?
A. 21 years old. B.18 years old. C. 20 years old. D. 22 years old.
( ) 54. What happened in 2007?
A. Nothing happened. B. He showed the iPod. C. He showed the iPhone. D. He showed the iPad.
( ) 55. The writer wrote the passage mainly to____.
A. tell us something about Steve Wozniak B. introduce Jobs' family
C. tell us the most valuable company in the world D．introduce Jobs to us
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