Module 3 Foreign Food - 单元测

一、适当形式填空(单句适当形式)(共 5 小题;共 5 分) 1. Barbecue is a favourite way of 2. We going to bed late at night. 3. We talked until the early hours, and overslept. 4. I knew that concentration( 专心 ) was the first learning. 5. Many people were poisoned by the (poison) mushrooms. 二、单词拼写(根据中文提示拼写单词)(共 10 小题;共 10 分) 6. In the last 20 years South Korea has been advanced industrial power. 7. Some people are easily cheated because they are too for little benefit. 8. As a country, we 9. Would you please let me know your 10. He listened to his wife programs. 11. A local newspaper (评论) that crimes were on the decrease. (趋势) 12. With the development of IT industry, there is a growing for people to work at home instead of in offices. 13. If you want to attract more local paper. 14. Although they are brothers, they have little in 15. It rained a lot, but 三、单项选择(共 10 小题;共 10 分) 16. Please send us all the information A. that 17. B. which C. as you have about the D. what with the mahjong game that it's C. absorbed D. obsessed (共同的). (总而言之) it was a pleasant trip. ( 顾客 ), try advertising in the (消耗) more than we produce. address (固定地址)? ( 漫不经心 ) as he was watching TV (贪婪的) ( 转化 ) into an (require) for (consequence) we (entertain) friends.

(gradual) get used to getting up early in the morning and

candidate for the position.

Some adults are so A. devoted B. addicted

affecting their health.



The course normally attracts 20 students per year, A. in which B. for whom It was raining C. with which heavily and the D. of whom driver

up to

half will be from abroad.

19. ---



hardly A. make up; No wonder C. make up; No doubt 20.

the traffic signs. he had the accident. B. make out; No wonder D. make out; No doubt energy source than either oil or C. accessible serious climber D. abundant until the fifth

Coal, though a much more A. appropriate B. significant become a

gas, is still a limited resource.




grade, branches of a tree. A. when 22. B. where

I went up to rescue a kite that was stuck in the C. which D. why name will D. whose

I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, a city A. which B. of which C. that

create a picture of beautiful trees and green grass in our mind.


While studying, fix your mind on what is really important, or you remembering nothing. B. take up should B. when the flooding, involve C. end up themselves C. which people were D. make up in D. where suffering in that community A. pick up



Students A. who


they can gain experience for growth.



area, survive. A. which

urgently needed clean water, medicine and shelter to B. who C. where D. what

四、完形填空(共 20 小题;共 30 分) With all the reports of how unhealthy fast food is, why is anybody still eating it? The 28 26 is, it is cheap, convenient and filling. The problem is 27 calories, sodium and fat for a(n) 29 a variety obesity. A recent study from Reuters 31 to market themselves that just one fast food meal can pack of different health problems 30

day or more! Eating fast food on a regular basis can

revealed that fast food companies are increasing


to children food industry 34 36 Because it

32 33 35

television ads and websites to kids. In fact, the fast more than $4. 2 billion in 2009 on marketing and . These commercials cause our children to hunger for these 37 to over 40 000 commercials a 38 children have a desire for fast food. 40 42 on December 1, they can be

! Why do companies spend so much money on child-targeted advertisements? foods. And with the average child

year, there is no 39

Because of the childhood obesity epidemic( 流 行 性 ), San Francisco a law regarding fast food. The law, which takes 41 stops the fast food industry's practice of sold with toys. 43 away toys with children's

meals. Kid's meals must meet certain nutritional standards

must be less than 600 calories, contain fruits or 44 .

vegetables and include drinks without excessive fat or sugar. Toys tend to attract children into buying these kid's meals so certainly this law will healthy 45 Eating fast food doesn't have be a disaster. There are ways to make . A study conducted by Yale's Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity looked into fast food and kids. The study states that healthy side dishes for kids' meals are rarely offered as the default. So while the healthier choices are there, it's really up to the consumer to pay close attention while ordering. 26. A. trouble 27. A. all 28. A. entire 29. A. lead to 30. A. concerning 31. A. efforts 32. A. over 33. A. spent 34. A. surfing 35. A. runs 36. A. uncommon 37. A. linked 38. A. hope 39. A. passed 40. A. measure 41. A. running B. difficulty B. enough B. normal B. result from B. judging B. pressure B. through B. gained B. embarrassing B. works B. unhealthy B. appealed B. wonder B. failed B. effect B. taking C. reality C. much C. average C. take apart C. including C. dangers C. from C. completed C. advertising C. stands C. safe C. exposed C. worry C. handled C. step C. breaking D. disaster D. some D. general D. stand for D. following D. drink D. on D. saved D. painting D. wears D. fantastic D. addicted D. need D. united D. risk D. giving


42. A. before 43. A. That 44. A. stop 45. A. situations

B. after B. This B. help B. choices

C. since C. They C. kill C. directions

D. but D. It D. overcome D. positions

五、阅读理解(共 16 小题;共 32 分) A "Dining out" and "eating out" are phrases people use in Britain when they eat in a restaurant or pub(酒馆). Eating out is more popular in Britain today than it has ever been. In 2006, for the first time ever, British people spent more eating out than cooking for themselves and eating at home. It seems that many British people are becoming increasingly interested in how good their food tastes, and also how healthy it is. However, eating out can also be expensive. As British people do not eat out every night of the week, eating in a restaurant is often seen as a special occasion. When going on a first date and wanting to impress him/her, or if celebrating an anniversary or a birthday, many people like to go to a restaurant to eat, and people often also eat in a restaurant before going to the cinema or the theater. As in all cultures, there are many rules of etiquette( 礼 仪 ) surrounding food and eating. The knife and fork should be used in the correct way! It is also impolite to have your elbows(肘部) on the dining table when you are eating. Almost all British cities have a vast range of food as well as traditional British food, and all from the very cheap to the very expensive—French, Italian, Indian, Chinese, Greek, Thai, Japan and many, many more. In fact, when asked which was their favorite food, more British people said an Indian curry( 咖喱菜肴 ) than any other dish! As well as dining in a restaurant, when people are too tired to cook after work they often get a "take-away". This means that they order from a take-out restaurant by telephone, and then go to collect it and take it home to eat. Many take-out restaurants also deliver it to your house. While you can normally find a take-out restaurant for almost any food, the most popular are Italian, Indian and Chinese and then all you have to do is to open the door, pay and eat! 46. On which of the following occasions are British people likely to eat in a restaurant? A. After watching a play.


B. Before watching a movie. C. When they're too tired to work. D. When they want to have natural food. 47. From the passage we can know that A. eating out is not expensive in Britain B. eating at pubs doesn't have so many rules in Britain C. British people are not aware of nutrition while eating out D. the British spent more eating at home than eating out 48. We can learn from the last two paragraphs that A. French dishes are very expensive B. take-out restaurants only deliver pizza C. British people are fond of foreign food D. people can eat take-out food first and pay later 49. What is the passage mainly about? A. Restaurant culture in Britain. B. Table manners. C. Traditional British food. D. Eating and health. B The land of Turkey is located at the point where Asia, Africa and Europe are close to each other. Because of its geographical location, Turkey has always found great flavors( 味道 ) in its food throughout history. Turkish food is famous throughout the world, and is considered one of the three greatest cooking alongside French and Chinese. If you are looking for a journey for your stomach, our cooking tour may be exactly what you are looking for. The Story of Sweets The most common dessert after a meal is fresh seasonal fruit. For most of the spring and summer, fresh fruit can be eaten. Later it may be made into jams and preserves(果酱). Among the preserves, the best ones to try are the sour cherry preserve and the rose petal preserve. Another dessert that should be mentioned is a piece of special bread cooked in sugar and covered with lots of walnuts( 胡桃 ) and cream. This is possibly the queen of all desserts. Grilled Meats(烤肉) . .


“Kebab” is a category of food which is typically Turkish and dates back to the time when ancient Turks learned to roast meat over campfires. There are numerous types of grilled kebab. It should be noted that the unique taste of kebab is due to the breed(品种) of sheep and cattle raised in open pastures(牧场). Drinks Before you enjoy Turkish coffee, sip( 呷 ) the coffee gently. Tea, on the other hand, is the main source of caffeine for the Turks. It is prepared in a special way, by brewing it over boiling water and serving it in delicate, small, clear glasses to show the deep red color. A park without a tea or coffee house is unimaginable in Turkey. Thus every spot with a view has a tea or coffee house. These places may be under a tree, on top of hills, by a waterfall or in the woods. 50. Great tastes can . always be found in Turkish food mainly because

A. Turkey has a very special geographical location B. Turks are fond of cooking and eating C. French and Chinese flavors influence it a lot D. Turkey is a country very famous for its cooking tour 51. According to the passage, the best dessert in Turkey is A. the fresh seasonal fruit C. a piece of special bread B. the sour cherry preserve D. the rose petal preserve .

52. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage? A. Turkish food is the most delicious food in the world. B. Kebab is a kind of food that has been developed recently. C. The Turkish tea doesn't contain any caffeine. D. Tea and coffee houses are very common in Turkey. 53. The passage can probably be found in a A. health guidebook C. cookbook C All over the world, the global diet includes fast food—prepared items from inexpensive restaurants, snack bars, or food stands. Some examples of American fast food are hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, fried chicken, and so on. Some types of international fast foods might be German sausage and Schnitzel, B. tour magazine D. geography book .


Italian pizza, Japanese sushi and tempura, Chinese eggrolls and noodles and the like. The variety of fast foods all over the world is growing. Even so, this kind of style is becoming worldwide. Fast-food places usually prepare and serve the items quickly. Many are part of fast-food chains (eating places with the same name and company owner). For example, the biggest and most famous American fast-food chain serves hamburgers in nearly every part of the world. For several reasons, many people choose fast food. First, it is quick and convenient. Second, it is cheaper than special home-cooked meals or formal restaurant dinners. And third, it is easy to find every eating place with the same company name. The atmosphere and style of most fast-food places is casual, comfortable, and familiar. Why do other eaters stay away from this fast, easy kind of nourishment? The main reason is its low nutritional value. Fast food doesn't have large amounts of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and the like-elements necessary for good nutrition and health. In contrast ( 相反 ), most types of fast food have a lot of fat, sugar, or salt in them. Possibly, these things can cause or increase health disorders, like heart disease, and some kinds of cancer. Recently, these quick and easy kinds of world wide nourishment are generally getting better and more healthful. For example, many fast-food restaurants now have put vegetable items on their menus. Of course, human beings around the world don't always eat in fast-food places. The variety of food choices is large now and is probably going to increase. The number of food preparation methods is growing too. Cooking customs, eating habits, and food preferences all over the world are becoming more healthful. In these and other ways, the global diet is changing. 54. From Paragragh 1, we can know that A. America serves four kinds of fast food B. we used to have more types of fast food C. different countries have different types of fast food D. America serves fewer fast food than other countries 55. The underlined phrase "stay away from" means A. move away from C. get out of 56. The passage is mainly about A. the changing global diet B. the increasing types of diet B. disorder D. dislike . . .


C. the reason why people choose fast food D. the reason why people dislike fast food D America is the world's largest food exporter. But the worst drought in half a century is hitting corn and wheat harvests. The drought across the central United States adds to concerns about world food supplies and prices in the coming years. Experts say by 2050, the world will have to produce at least sixty percent food to feed a population growing bigger and bigger. China, a major food importer, is looking for producers around the world to guarantee future food supplies. China has invested in food production in Australia and New Zealand. A new source of supply is Ukraine. Ukraine was known as the breadbasket of Europe because of rich corn and wheat harvests a century ago. Galyna Kovtok is chief executive of Ukraine's largest agricultural business, ULF( 乌克兰新牧集团 ). She predicts that within a few months her company will be approved to export corn to China. That will make Ukraine the first country outside the Americas to do so. ULF will soon have almost two million tons of elevator storage capacity as it prepares for the Chinese market. Chinese money is financing the building of six grain elevators. But the company's equipment is largely American, including halfmillion-dollar John Deere combines to harvest wheat. ULF's grain production per hectare is now halfway between Ukrainian averages and the high yields of the American Midwest. But farming depends on the weather. Across the Black Sea region—in Ukraine, Russia and Kazakhstan—drought this year is pushing harvests down by fifteen to twenty percent. Traditionally, the Black Sea region is the main source of wheat for North Africa and the Middle East. But this year, on the supply side, Russia may have to stop exports. And, on the demand side, Africa and the Middle East are now competing with China. At the same time, a new report says large parts of Asia may face long periods of severe drought within ten years. It says northern China, India, Afghanistan, Mongolia and Pakistan will be especially hard hit. It says other parts of Asia are likely to face longer and wetter monsoons( 雨 季 ) because of climate change. 57. We can learn from the first paragraph that in the future .


A. food supplies are increasingly tense B. corn and wheat will be the most important food C. prices will be able to change our food patterns D. corn and wheat harvests will change the whole world 58. Which of the following can be supported by Paragraph 2? A. The world will surely produce more food by 2050. B. China is producing more food in the coming years. C. A large population may produce more supplies. D. China is now seeking producers all over the world. 59. What can be inferred from Paragraph 3? A. China needs foreign corn and wheat. B. Foreign countries are rich in corn and wheat. C. China is investing in food production in foreign countries. D. Foreign countries are mainly supplying food production to China. 60. Which of the following is true according to the text? A. Nothing can replace food. B. ULF will provide what China needs. C. ULF's equipment is largely from America. D. Russia and the Middle East are now struggling for resources. 61. Where is the text most likely to have been taken from? A. A book review. C. A lesson plan. 答案 一、适当形式填空(单句适当形式) 1. entertaining 2. gradually 3. consequently 4. requirement 5. poisonous 二、单词拼写(根据中文提示拼写单词) 6. transformed 7. greedy B. An agriculture report. D. An advertisement.


8. consume 9. fixed 10. casually 11. remarked 12. tendency/trend 13. customers 14. common 15. altogether 三、单项选择 16. A 17. D 18. D 19. B 20. D 21. A 22. D 23. C 24. D 25. B 四、完形填空 26. C 27. B 28. A 29. A 30. C 31. A 32. B 33. A 34. C 35. B 36. B 37. C 38. B 39. A 40. B 41. D 42. A 43. C 44. B 45. B 五、阅读理解 46. B 47. D 48. C 49. A 50. A 51. C 52. D 53. B 54. C 55. D 56. A 57. A 58. D 59. C 60. C 61. B




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