Unit 4 Body language同步精细练习
?. 单词拼写 (15分)
1. The competition attracted over 500 players _____________(代表) ten different countries. 2. The _____________(社团~协会)was formed to ____________(代表)the interests of women artists.
There has been a close _____________(联系~联盟) between the two companies.
What _____________(联想) does the sky have for you?
3. They were very ___________(好奇的)about the people who lived upstairs. The letter wasn't addressed to me but I opened it out of_______________(好奇).
4. I'd like to ask his opinion but I find him difficult to ______________(靠近~接近)
The school has decided to adopt a different ____________(方法)to discipline.
All the______________(接近~途径) to the palace were guarded by troops. 5. Smile’s f_______________is to show happiness and put people at ease.
The sofa can also f___________ as a bed.
6. Smiles around the world can be__________(错误的~假的), hiding other feelings like anger, fear or worry.
7. Looking away from people or __________(打哈欠)will make me appear to be uninterested.
8. Being respectful to people is_____________(主观的), based on each culture,
9. When she opened the door she was _____________(问候~迎接)by a scene of confusion. 10. She stepped back appearing surprised and put up her hands, as if in ______________(防御~保卫) .
11. Back pains can be the result of bad________________(姿势~姿态)
12. The firm has over 500___________________(雇工~雇员).
1. Yesterday, another student and I,___________________________________(代表我们大学的学生会) , went to the Capital
International Airport to meet this year's international students. 2. Tony_____________(靠近) Julia, touched her shoulder and ______________________________(亲吻她的脸颊). 3. I saw several young people enter the ____________(wait) area___________________________(好奇的朝周围看). I stood for a
minute_______________________(看着他们) and then went to greet them.
4. She stepped back___________________(看上去很惊奇) and put up her hands, as if in defence.
5. When Darlene Coulon from France came _____________(dash) through the door, she recognized Tony Garcia's
6. ____________________(不是所有的文化)greet each other the same way, nor are they comfortable in the same way with touching or
distance between people. / ----not all members of a culture behave in the same way.
7. In the same way that people communicate with spoken language, they also express their feelings________________________(使用
“不说的”语言)through physical distance, actions or posture.
8. These actions are not good or bad, but are simply ways ___________(引导词)cultures have developed.
9. __________________(大体上), though, ____________(study) international customs can certainly help ____________(avoid)
difficulties in today's world of cultural crossroads!
10. It is possible to "read" others around us, ____________(尽管)they do not________________________(打算让我们理解) their
11. However, the general purpose of smiling is ______________(show )good feelings.
12. In most places around the world,__________________________________(皱眉或背对某人) shows anger.
13. -------but________________________________(上下点头) is used for agreement, almost worldwide. Most people also understand
that____________________________(左右摇头) means disagreement or refusal.
14. ______________(Stand) at a little distance with open hands will show that I am willing to listen.
15. He handed me a cup of coffee ______________________________(让我放松下来).
?. EXCERCISES (20分)
1. I don’t suppose he is ______ to come to our help when we get into trouble.
A. maybe B. possible C. likely D. probable 2. (2006?湖北卷) At the meeting they discussed three different ______to the study of mathematics.
A. approaches B. means C. methods D. ways
3. The children _______ everything they saw at the exhibition and showed great interest in those things they had never seen before.
A. were curious about B. were particular about C. were curious for D. were careful about 4. People ______ are kind, honest and willing to help, but he is not a man of this kind ______, in my opinion.
A. on the whole; in general B. in general; after all C. on the whole; at all D. in general; on the whole 5. ________ that he was in great danger, Eric walked deeper into the forest.
A. Not realized B. Not to realize C. Not realizing D. Not to have realized 6. While watching television, ________. (全国2005)
A. the doorbell ran B. the doorbell rings C. we heard the doorbell ring D. we heard the doorbell rings
7. Daddy didn’t mind what we were doing, as long as we were together, ________ fun. (重庆2005)
A. had B. have C. to have D. having
8. The flowers ________ sweet in the botanic garden attract the visitors to the beauty of nature. (上海2004)
A. to smell B. smelling C. smelt D. to be smelt
9. The old man, ________ abroad for twenty years, is on the way back to his motherland. (江苏2004)
A. to work B. working C. to have worked D. having worked 10. ________, the more expensive the camera, the better its quality. (全国2005)
A. General speaking B. Speaking general C. Generally speaking D. Speaking generally 11. When first ________ to the market, these products enjoyed great success. (全国 2004)
A. introducing B. introduced C. introduce D. being introduced 12. My mother always gets a bit ________ if we don’t arrive when we say we will. (浙江 2005)
A. anxious B. serious C. obvious D. curious
13. ________, the northerners are keen on dumplings while the southerners are fond of rice. (上海春 2003)
A. In common B. In total C. In general D. In particular 14. -------The last one _____ pays the meal. --------Agreed! A. arrived B. arrives C. to arrive D. arriving
15.When I approached her, she stepped back, putting up her hands, as if ____.
A . in defence B. in danger C . in advance D. in time 16.In order not to ~he spent the whole night preparing for the speech of next day.
A.lose courage B.lose heart C.lose face D.lose voice
17. The teacher came into the classroom, _____________________ by a group of students.
A. following B. to follow C. followed D. to be followed
18. The old lady went to the market yesterday, ______________ some vegetables and fruits and ________ a friend there.
A. bought , visited B. to buy , visit C. buying , visiting D. bought , visiting 19. The teacher ______________ his hand to pat the boy on his shoulder.
A. covered B. put C. reached D. touched
When I walked into the house after school, the first thing I noticed was a box with items I recognized from my dad’s office.
―What are you doing at home?‖ I asked casually.
―Andrew, I was 31 today,‖ he answered quietly.
I was sure he was joking. ―No, you weren’t. Why are you 32 at home?‖
Then I noticed his 33 and realized he was telling me the truth. My father has always been a hard worker and prided himself on his career. 34 our family has been his joy, and I guess I have 35 his work for granted.
My father’s unemployment 36 many changes in our lives. For starters, he was at home all the time, which meant my bed had to be 37 , my room cleaned up, and my 38 done right after school. I would come home every day to find him at the computer 39 jobs. I began to notice how 40 he seemed, and how losing his job affected his self-esteem, though he tried to be 41 . For the first time, I 42 my dad as
易受伤的vulnerable (). He asked my brother and me to 43 less. I gave up my pocket money, 44 it wasn’t much. I felt I was doing the right. I also found a part-time job.
After several difficult months of searching, my dad 45 to go in a totally different direction. He 46 that he never wanted to be laid off again, so he was going to start his own business. Day by day, I watched him 47 it, and I admired how much time and 48 he expended. I 49 knew he was a hard worker, but watching him in action really affected me.
逆境Although this was one of the 50 experiences for our family, it taught me a lot about dealing with adversity (), and will be my foundations for success.
31 A. taken off B. put off C. laid off D. called off
32 A. eventually B. really C. frequently D. especially
33 A. happiness B. kindness C. loneliness D. seriousness
34 A. Supporting B. Abusing C. Offering D. Shooting
35 A. regarded B. taken C. viewed D. looked
36 A. came out B. brought about C. gave off D. let out
37 A. made B. sold C. banned D. applied
38 A. job B. homework C. fun D. time
39 A. falling into B. putting up C. keeping on D. searching for
40 A. down B. flexible C. concrete D. honest
41 A. disappointed B. optimistic C. anxious D. appropriate
42 A. considered B. remembered C. rejected D. predicted
43 A. earn B. enjoy C. spend D. find
44 A. even so B. if only C. even though D. as if
45 A. hoped B. decided C. dreamed D. expected
46 A. advised B. informed C. explained D. insisted
47 A. form B. open C. set D. build
48 A. strength B. power C. force D. energy
49 A. never B. seldom C. always D. hardly
50 A. worst B. best C. most D. least
?. 阅读理解 (10分)
One cold January evening in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, America, I went with my father on an oil burner service call. My father was in his forties at that time and I was about twelve years old. He was always working hard trying to support us seven kids. I enjoyed hanging out with him whenever I could — he taught me so much.
We arrived at the call and after walking over snow and ice, we knocked on the customer’s door. A senior citizen opened the door and let us into her very
cold home. She was wearing an old, worn-out brown coat that went down to her knees. On her head, covering her gray hair, was an old and worn hat. The home wasn’t furnished very well and was quite dark, except for a single light bulb over the dining room table. Below the light was an older man counting change from several old coffee cans. He looked up at us as we passed by to get to the kitchen where my dad would fix the oil burner. He didn’t say anything. He just looked up at us. He couldn’t speak English, nor could his wife. She only pointed to the kitchen and smiled at us.
After a short while, my father had the heater up and running, and it began to heat their cold home. The lady asked my dad in poor English how much she owed him for fixing the heater. My dad looked around the house and said that he had to go out to the truck and write the bill.
Once in the truck he marked the bill ―no answer at home, no charge‖, so they wouldn’t be charged for his work. He looked over at me and said, ―He was counting his change to pay me. They need their money more than I do.‖
As usual, my father taught me something important that time, which was to be kind to the poor.
1. According to Paragraph 1, we know that the writer’s father .
A. often taught the writer how to work B. worked several jobs at the same time
C. had a very big family to support D. brought up his children alone 2. The description in Paragraph 2 shows that the old couple .
A. had no job B. led a very poor life
C. didn’t know how to save money D. were not very friendly to strangers 3. What can we infer from the passage?
A. The old couple had no children in America. B. The old man didn’t plan to pay money.
C. The old woman felt very embarrassed all the time. D. The old couple were not native Americans.
4. The writer’s father didn’t charge for his work because .
A. he didn’t need that money B. he felt pity for the old couple
C. he was not satisfied with his work D. he wanted to set a good example to others ?. 阅读表达(15分)
Staying positive(积极乐观) through the cold season could be your best defense against getting ill, new study findings suggest. In an experiment that
exposed healthy volunteers to a cold or flu virus, researchers found that people with a generally sunny character were less likely to fall ill.
The findings, published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine, build on evidence that a ―positive feeling style‖ can help get rid of the common cold and other illnesses. Researchers believe happiness can help to improve people’s immune：免疫；function.
―People with a positive feeling style may have different immune responses to the virus,‖ explained Dr Sheldon Cohen. ―And when they do get a cold, they may stop their illness from being more severe.‖
Cohen had found in a previous study that happier people seemed less easy to catch a cold. However, some questions remained as to whether the feeling itself had the effect.
For the new study, the researchers ask 193 healthy adults to complete some standard measures of personalities and feeling style. Those who were happy, energetic and easy – going were judged as having a positive feeling style, while those had a negative(消极的) style.
The researchers gave them some medicine containing either a cold virus or a particular flu virus. Over the next six days, the volunteers reported on any aches, pains, or sneezing they had. Cohen and his partners found that warm people were likely to keep illness out of their bodies.
1?What is the best title of the passage? ：Please answer within 15 words.；
2?Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one?
But it is not certain that the feeling is able to keep people away from cold.
3?Fill in the blank in the fifth paragraph with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence.：Please answer within 10 words.；
4?Why do happy people are more likely to get rid of some common illness?：Please answer within 20 words.；
5;Translate the underlined sentence in the third paragraph into Chinese.
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1?Staying positive(积极乐观) through the cold season could be your best defense against getting ill
People with a generally sunny character were less likely to fall ill.
Positive feeling style can help get rid of the common cold and other illnesses. 2?However, some questions remained as to whether the feeling itself had the effect. 3?Who were often unhappy, tense and depressed.
4?Because happiness can help to improve people’s immune function.
Because they have a positive feeling style.