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Module 2 The Renaissance - 单元测

一、适当形式填空(单句适当形式)(共 5 小题;共 5 分) 1. Let's open the windows and get some 2. You'd better take. 3. It's neighbor. 4. Because of the lack of the pass the final exams. 5. Officials believe that more than one person may be for the fire. 二、单词拼写(根据中文提示拼写单词)(共 5 小题;共 5 分) 6. failure. 7. We should take a large holiday. 8. Suddenly Alice out again. 9. In today's competitive market, the quality of staff is 的) to the company's success. 10. After questioning the got what they wanted. 三、单词拼写(单句首字母填空)(共 5 小题;共 5 分) 11. The squirrel was scared and f 12. Many people regard teaching as a good p holidays. 13. d The shopkeeper . a owed a lot of money and could not pay all his into the woods when he saw us. because of the long (嫌疑犯) for five hours, the policemen (根本 (猛冲) into the room, grabbed her bag and ran ( 包裹 ) of warm clothes during our (基本上), it was her lack of confidence that resulted in her (blame) (motivate) to study, he failed to (disturb) that I can't get along well with my new (circulate) in here.

(calculation) how much time the assignment will

14. The world leaders are meeting next week, trying to s solution to the problem. 15. She is said to be a g fame with her new album. 四、翻译(根据中文提示完成句子)(共 5 小题;共 5 分) 16. 他吃了太多的脂肪,导致了健康问题。(lead) (词数不限)

musician who is likely to win overnight

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He ate too much fat, We hear that he left home, .

his poor health. his wife and

17. 我们听说他离家出走了,抛下了妻子和女儿。 daughter 18. Nobody knew whether he 19. Because of countryside. (get)(词数不限) 20. with the interview. 五、单项选择(共 10 小题;共 10 分) 21. Mary A. express 22. has trouble B. expressing in speaking, C. expressed which makes it (代表) my company, I'd like to thank you all for assisting us

(动身去) the south.(词数不限) ( 厌倦了城市生活 ), they decided to settle in the

difficult

her thoughts and feelings. D. to express for the D. to be blamed

John Snow found that the polluted water was A. to blame B. blaming C. being blamed

outbreak of cholera.

23. A. To throw 24.

their hats into the air, the fans of the winning team let B. Thrown C. Throwing D. Being thrown up to D. to lead

out loud shouts of victory.

Look over there—there's a very long, winding path A. leading B. leads C. led

the house.

25. always prefers A. To go; to stay C. To going; staying 26. You may find it

to attend the course he is not interested in, Brown at home to do what he likes. B. To going; to stay D. To go; staying that Charlie wasn't B. astonished; astonishing D. astonishing; astonished at

the bad news at all. A. astonishing; astonishing C. astonished; astonished 27. A. Inspired C. Being inspired

by SanLang's story, the young girls have the motivation B. Inspiring D. To be inspired

to overcome all the difficulties.

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28.

--- We have been thinking of buying a private car, and this is why I am one whenever you need it, in that case you can B. try renting D. trying renting is becoming more and more popular, it

saving money. --- Why not save a lot of money. A. try to rent C. trying to rent 29. Although A. take up 30. At the microblog( 微 博 ) B. appeal to entrance to the

doesn't

all teenagers. C. stand for hospital, I was surprised D. go through to see a baby

girl A. abandoning

by her parents. B. to abandon C. abandon D. abandoned

六、完形填空(共 20 小题;共 30 分) Leonardo da Vinci was born in the small Italian town of Vinci on April 15, 1452. As a young man, he learned the famous artists of his Da Vinci was 34 written in inventions. Though he 37 38 to 36 better a formal, academic education, da Vinci had a strong understand the world around 39 him. That thirst for 35 32 33 . at arts and created a number of famous 31 from Andrea del Verrocchio, one of

during his career. But he is also known for his notebooks that were about his research and contained his many fantastical

would impact on both his work and the world in many ways. Before da Vinci, for instance, artists pictures that looked a 41 , 40 light and shadow, da Vinci realized that

lot like flat cartoons. By

things were not just two dimensional outlines but three dimensional. 42 paintings, the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. Much of da Vinci's works in science and engineering between medieval and modern thinking. Unlike his predecessors, he detailed illustrations and descriptions. methods were so 46 47 scientific investigation method during the 19th century. 45 43 44

he learned to give his paintings the soft, lifelike quality seen in his most the gap to

answer questions with a combination of close observation, repeated testing, and , da Vinci's observational that his approach remained the main method of the development of the modern scientific

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His understanding of the world also opened doors to new 49 machines like gears and levers. This allowed him to B. art B. age B. slow B. wonders B. surprise B. continued B. desire B. love B. painted B. experimenting B. Totally B. expensive B. crossed B. sought B. In brief B. simple B. since B. careers B. simple B. measure C. literature C. field C. good C. records C. order C. received C. concern C. knowledge C. analyzed C. comparing C. Strangely C. interesting C. bridged C. feared C. In short C. fancy C. until C. goals C. old C. design 50

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for bridges,

him in engineering and architecture. Da Vinci made extensive studies of fluids and canals, dams and new ways to defend cities from attack. 31. A. music 32. A. circle 33. A. angry 34. A. works 35. A. detail 36. A. completed 37. A. opinion 38. A. money 39. A. took 40. A. studying 41. A. Luckily 42. A. famous 43. A. created 44. A. refused 45. A. In addition 46. A. successful 47. A. though 48. A. results 49. A. heavy 50. A. build D. medicine D. day D. mad D. characters D. doubt D. lacked D. need D. power D. copied D. producing D. Finally D. colorful D. widened D. hesitated D. In fact D. magical D. unless D. roads D. new D. observe

七、阅读理解(共 18 小题;共 36 分) A The Mona Lisa She is widely seen as proof that good looks can last for ever. But, at nearly 500 years of age, time is catching up with the Mona Lisa. The health of the famous picture, painted by Leonardo Da Vinci in 1505, is getting worse by the year, according to the Louvre Museum where it is housed.

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"The thin, wooden panel on which the Mona Lisa is painted in oil has changed shape since experts checked it two years ago," the museum said. Visitors have noticed changes but repairing the world's most famous painting is not easy. Experts are not sure about the materials the Italian artist used and their current chemical state. Nearly 6 million people go to see the Mona Lisa every year, many attracted by the mystery of her smile. "It is very interesting that when you're not looking at her, she seems to be smiling, and then you look at her and she stops," said Professor Margaret Livingstone of Harvard University. "It's because direct vision( 视 觉 ) is excellent at picking up detail, but less suited to looking at shadows. Da Vinci painted the smile in shadows." However, the actual history of the Mona Lisa is just as mysterious as the smile. Da Vinci himself loved it so much that he always carried it with him, until it was eventually sold to France's King Francis I in 1519. In 1911, the painting was stolen from the Louvre by a former employee, who took it out of the museum, hidden under his coat. He said he planned to return it to Italy. The painting was sent back to France two years later. During World War II, France hid the painting in small towns to keep it out of the hands of German forces. 51. We can infer from the text that . A. the Mona Lisa is proved to be able to last another 500 years B. Mona Lisa's beauty is fading gradually with 500 years passing by C. the Mona Lisa has been catching people's wide attention in the past 500 years D. Mona Lisa does not look out of date though painted 500 years ago 52. Which of the following is true about the Mona Lisa ? A. It was once taken away and hidden up by German forces. B. Its painter himself loved it greatly and always kept it in a shade. C. Mona Lisa stops smiling when you look at her wanting to see her smiles. D. King Francis I bought it and then returned it to Italy. 53. Choose the right order about the happenings onto the Mona Lisa. a. It was stolen from the Louvre. b. Its painter sold it to King Francis I. c. Its state of health was checked. d. It was returned to France and housed in the Louvre Museum.

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e. It was hidden and protected against Germans. A. b-a-d-e-c B. d-e-c-b-a C. d-a-e-c-b D. b-c-a-d-e .

54. It may add to the difficulty in repairing the painting that A. experts haven't noticed changes in its shape as visitors do B. it is likely to be stolen again when it's under repair C. it is uncertain which country, Italy or France, should take charge D. experts aren't sure about the materials and the chemical state of its oil paint B

Girl with a pearl earring was painted by Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer in the 17th century. The painting took the pearl earring worn by the girl as the focus. This was a small painting, and it was not accepted by other artists until two centuries later. In the painting, the girl's glimpse( 一瞥 ) shocked the hearts of so many people. Vermeer used a complete black background, which made the girl such an impressive beauty. The girl turns to stare at us with her mouth slightly open as if saying something. Her eyes show strong feelings, and her head turns slightly to the left as if she is lost in thought. Johannes Vermeer used ordinary, pure color in the painting. Another unusual aspect of this painting is the teardrop-size pearl earring worn by the girl, which is the focus of the whole painting. People think that this painting is likely to be made before the girl's marriage eve. She stares at the painter with full attention. It is believed that this is Vermeer's finest work, and it is also known as the "Mona Lisa of the North". No one knows exactly why she is wearing such a mysterious smile. Viewers often feel impressed by the girl in the painting: the brightness, changes of soft clothing lines and the earring, especially her backward glance, wanting to speak, but saying nothing, only the smile of Mona Lisa can be comparable( 比 得 上 的 ). The girl's true identity as well as Mona Lisa remains a mystery. Vermeer is now among the most admired of all Dutch artists, but he was not well known in his own day. The main reason for this is that he produced a small number of paintings, perhaps about forty-five (only thirty-six of them are known today). It is said that he worked slowly but with great care. Most of his paintings are about the daily lives of ordinary people. All his works are admired

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for the proper use of light and color, and for the poetic( 富有诗意的 ) quality of his images. 55. According to the text, Girl with a pearl earring A. was not popular when it was finished B. made the girl in the painting famous C. soon made Vermeer well known D. was produced during the night 56. What made Girl with a pearl earring known as the "Mona Lisa of the North"? A. The girl's smile in the painting. B. The use of color in the painting. C. The pearl earring in the painting. D. The girl's identity in the painting. 57. Why was Johannes Vermeer not well known in his own day? A. Most of his paintings were very small in size. B. No one was interested in paintings at the time. C. He produced only a small number of paintings. D. He just focused his paintings on ordinary people. 58. What can we learn about Johannes Vermeer? A. He learned to paint by himself when he was young. B. He was always too slow to finish a painting on time. C. He painted more than fifty paintings through his life. D. He was good at using light and color in his paintings. 59. What does the text mainly talk about? A. The lives of people in the 17th century. B. Some of Johannes Vermeer's paintings. C. The life of Johannes Vermeer as an artist. D. Girl with a pearl earring and its influence. C This past fall I experienced a succession of stressful events in my life. First I received a devastating, terminal diagnosis for my beloved dog. Not two weeks later, while still trying to cope with his illness, I fell off a ladder and broke my wrist. Within a span of two months I was dealing with serious emotional and physical healing( 愈合 ). For the first time that I could remember, I couldn't .

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reconcile( 调 和 ) the events in my life and I was having a hard time coping. One particularly difficult afternoon I walked into my art studio, took out some watercolors and started to paint. With nothing in particular as the subject matter, I produced sheets of abstract images full of bright color and movement. It felt good to create. For the first time in weeks, I felt good. "Art can express what words can't, especially if there's been trauma( 创 伤 )," says art therapist Cathy Malchiodi PhD. She says that our brain stores memories as images which is why it is easier to tap into them visually. She cites artist Frida Kahlo who was severely injured in a bus accident when she was young. Many of Kahlo's paintings were done while she was lying in bed recovering, and her later works often included imagery that relates back to her accident, pain and recovery periods. In addition to the process of painting and creating art, it has been documented that looking at art is beneficial and therapeutic( 治疗的 ) as well. In the introduction of his book Lust for Life—a novel on the life of Vincent Van Gogh", author Irving Stone cites his experience with fine art. Prior to ever viewing a Van Gogh painting, Stone had lived for a year in Paris and Italy and was unmoved by the paintings he had seen. "Painting may be a very fine medium but it has nothing to say to me, at least nothing I can understand." After having been challenged to visit a Van Gogh exhibit, however, he writes that he was surprised by the paintings, "unable to move or breathe or think". Art is that powerful. 60. The main purpose of the author is to tell us A. his own experience in creating art B. the use of art in hard conditions C. the healing power of art D. the importance of art 61. In the first paragraph the author intends to A. describe how he overcame stressful events B. tell us that art helped him get out of his problems C. prove that art can bring us many pleasures D. advise us to try creating art when we meet problems 62. What can we learn from Paragraph 2? A. Frida Kahlo did her later paintings from her memories. B. Frida Kahlo didn't begin to paint until she had an accident. C. Frida Kahlo recovered soon because she painted in bed. . .

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D. Frida Kahlo wanted to express her sadness through painting. 63. Irving Stone felt the power of art when he A. first saw fine art B. was in Paris and Italy C. was writing about the life of Vincent Van Gogh D. saw great works by Vincent Van Gogh 64. The example of Irving Stone is given in the last paragraph to show that . A. looking at art is therapeutic, too B. only works of great artists can move people C. art can have more benefits than we expect D. fine art can change a person completely D The medieval( 中世纪的 ) artists didn't know about perspective; they didn't want to make their people look like real individual people in a real individual scene. They wanted to show the truth, the eternal( 永 恒 的 ) quality of their religious stories. So these artists didn't need to know about perspective. In the European Renaissance period, artists wanted to show the importance of the individual person and his or her possessions and surroundings. A flat medieval style couldn't show this level of reality and the artists needed a new technique. It was the Italian artist Brunelleschi who discovered the technique of perspective drawing. At first the artists of the Renaissance only had a singlepoint perspective. Later they realized that they could have two-point perspective and still later multi-point perspective. With two-point perspective they could turn an object (like a building) at an angle to the picture and draw two sides of it. The technique of perspective which seems so natural to us now is an invented technique, a part of the "grammar of painting". Like all bits of grammar there are exceptions about perspective. For example, only vertical and horizontal surfaces seem to meet on eye level. Sloping roof tops don't meet on eye level. For 500 years, artists in Europe made use of perspective drawing in their pictures. Nevertheless, there are a range of priorities( 优先顺序 ) that artists in displaying individual styles. Crivelli wanted to show depth in his picture and he used a simple single-point perspective. Cezanne always talked about space and .

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volume. Van Gogh, like some of the other painters of the Impressionist period, was interested in Japanese prints. And Japanese artists until this century were always very strong designers of "flat" pictures. Picasso certainly made pictures which have volume and depth. However, he wanted to keep our eyes on the surface and to remind us that his paintings are paintings and not illusions(幻觉). It is technically easy to give an illusion of depth. However, a strong two-dimensional design is just as important as a feeling of depth, and perhaps more important. 65. The passage mainly discusses . A. the difference between medieval and Renaissance art B. how the technique of perspective influenced the modern art C. the discovery of the technique of perspective D. the contribution of Renaissance artists 66. According to the passage, which may be the main concern for medieval artists? A. The individual person and his/her possessions and surroundings. B. Real people, real scenes. C. Eternal timeless truth of the earth. D. Themes of religious stories. 67. What's the author's purpose of giving the example in Para. 3? A. To explain how perspective work in painting. B. To support two-point perspective. C. To show that there are exceptions about perspective. D. To point out that the technique of perspective is an invented technique. 68. It can be inferred from the passage that Renaissance artists A. welcomed the medieval style of eternal truth B. needed to develop a new approach towards painting to show a new level of reality C. were inspired by vertical and horizontal surfaces in inventing the technique of perspective D. saw two-dimensional design more important than a feeling of depth 答案 一、适当形式填空(单句适当形式) 1. circulation .

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2. calculate 3. disturbing 4. motivation 5. to blame 二、单词拼写(根据中文提示拼写单词) 6. Basically 7. parcel 8. dashed 9. fundamental 10. suspect 三、单词拼写(单句首字母填空) 11. fled 12. profession 13. debts 14. seek 15. gifted 四、翻译(根据中文提示完成句子) 16. leading to 17. leaving; behind 18. was leaving for 19. getting tired of city life 20. On behalf of 五、单项选择 21. D 22. A 23. C 24. A 25. C 26. D 27. A 28. B 29. B 30. D 六、完形填空 31. B 32. D 33. C 34. A 35. A 36. D 37. B 38. C 39. B 40. A 41. D 42. A 43. C 44. B 45. D 46. A 47. C 48. B 49. B 50. C 七、阅读理解 51. B 52. C 53. A 54. D 55. A

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56. A 57. C 58. D 59. D 60. C 61. B 62. A 63. D 64. A 65. B 66. D 67. C 68. B

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