高中英语2014-2015学年 unit 5 Section 2 Learning about Language强化练习 新人教版选修6.doc
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    1.由于生病,我不得不待在家里。

    ________ ________I had to stay at home.

    2.他把咖啡杯掉在地上,摔得粉碎。

    He dropped the coffee cup________ ________ ________ ________.

    3.从山上看,我们发现这湖泊更加漂亮了。

    ________ ________ ________ ________we find that the lake looks more beautiful.

    4.听到这个消息我们都高兴得跳了起来。

    ________ ________ ________we all jumped with joy.

    5.杰克完成作业后,外出散步。

    ________ ________ ________ ________Jack went out for a walk.

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    1________________(warn) against the earthquake, the villagers moved outside to see a film.

    2________________(be) still five years old, he went to Japan with his parents.

    3________________(open) the window, you will see the garden below.

    4He sat at the desk________________(read) a newspaper.

    5________________(not know) her phone number, we couldn't get in touch with her.

    6While ______________(watch) TV, we heard the doorbell ring.

    7My cousin came to see me from the country, ________________(bring) me a full basket of fresh fruits.

    8Weather ________________(permit), we'll go for a picnic the day after tomorrow.

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    A Canadian university student has done what Leonardo daVinci(·芬奇)had only dreamt of: Piloting a humanpowered“ wingflapping” plane! Called an ornithopter, and the inspiration for modernday helicopters, the machine was first sketched by Leonardo da Vinci way back in 1485 and never actually built.

    Todd Reichert, an engineering student at the University of Torontomade history by carrying out the flight in his ornithopter—named Snowbird—for 19.3 seconds and covering 475.72 feet. Snowbird is made from carbon fiberbalsa wood  and foam. The 92. 59 pounds vehicle maintained an average speed of 15.91 miles per hour.

    Todd and his plane made the accomplishment on August 2,2010, at the Great Lakes Gliding Clum in Tottenham, Ontario. The crew kept the achievement quiet for nearly two months to get the data finalized. Todd and some 30 other students had been working on the plane for 4 years.

    Todd endured a yearlong exercise program in which he lost 18 lbsto prepare for the flight. Because the plane has a wingspan of 104 feet—which is comparable to that of a Boeing 737—the pilot had to pedal with his legs all while pulling on the wings to flap at the same time. And he had to do it fast enough to fly!

    “Our original goal was to complete this sort of original aeronautical dream to fly like a bird”said the 28­year­old Reichert yesterday. “The idea was to fly under your own power by flapping your wings.”

    The flight, witnessed by the Federation Aeronautique International, is the first officially confirmed flight in an ornithopter.

    “Thousands of people have tried to do this for hundreds of years ”said Reichert. “To be honest, I don't think it's really set in yet that I'm the one who has been successful. I  was pushing with everything I had. When I finally let go and landedI was hit with great excitement. It was pretty wild.”

    I bet it was, Todd !

    1. Why was Leonardo da Vinci referred to in the first paragraph?

    ABecause he was a famous artist.

    BBecause he drew a manpowered plane.

    CBecause he built a manpowered plane.

    DBecause he flew a manpowered plane.

    2. For what reason did Todd and other students keep their achievement a secret at first?

    AThey wanted to get all the information and checked it.

    BThey wanted to be ignored by the public.

    CThey wanted to protect the birds there.

    DThey wanted to work on the plane wings first.

    3. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

    AThe humanpowered plane is named Bluebird.

    BTodd and other students spent about two years preparing for the flight.

    CThe human­powered plane's wingspan is much larger than a Boeing 737's wingspan.

    DAfter his successTodd still remained very modest.

    4. What does the passage mainly tell us?

    AA Canadian student makes history by flying a humanpowered plane.

    BThousands of people were excited when seeing the performance.

    CTodd and other students were devoted to making planes.

    DIt is very difficult to fly like a bird in the sky.

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    Finding your dream job can be difficult. This month, the search will become even harder as new graduates start looking for work. With many companies still struggling, job hunters have a very difficult task ahead of them.

    Don't be disappointed. __1__ Consider using these three methods to find and get the job of your dreams.

    The Front Door

    __2__ These include checking company websites and employment services. Since lots of people use the front door, make yourself stand out. This means understanding what a company really needs and creatively showing you can meet that need. __3__ Find out who is doing the hiring, and try to give them your resume (简历) in person. Then follow up with a phone call, letter or visit.

    The Back Door

    A back­door job search means finding a job through people you know. The back door can help you avoid the crowd of job applicants using the front door. __4__ What if you don't have any connections at your dream company? Apply for an internship (实习期)

    The Invisible Door

    If you're still not getting hired, you might be running into an invisible (无形的) door. Invisible doors are things companies want from new employees but don't list as job requirements. Many companies have special company cultures. Others are looking for people with very specific skills. __5__

    It's not always easy to find a good job. But with a little work, a door will open!

    AUsing the front door is convenient.

    BThis type of job search uses traditional ways of getting hired.

    CIf you aren't showing you are a perfect fit, you won't get hired.

    DRead about each company you apply to.

    ECreate your own back door.

    FThere are still jobs out there for those who know what to look for.

    GBut you still need to work hard to show you are the best person for the job.

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