• / 37
  • 下载费用:10 金币  

重庆大学2020年秋季学期课程作业大学英语(1)题目

关 键 词:
重庆大学2020年 学期课程作业大学英语1 大学英语1题 重庆大学2020年秋季学期课程作业大学英语 重庆大学2020年秋季学期课程作业 2020 年 2020年秋季学期课程作业
资源描述:
一、阅读理解 (共 5 题、共 60 分)1.We get energy from the foods we eat. Our food supplies energy to keep our organs working. Our food also supplies heat to warm our bodies.The main energy foods are the carbohydrates (碳水化合物). These are sugars and starch (淀粉). Wheat and rice are rich in starch and many fruits and vegetables contain considerable amount of sugar. Sweets, honey and jam are also rich in sugar.Like carbohydrates, fats are food that provides us with energy. Butter, margarine, certain types of fish, eggs, cooking oils and most red meats are rich in fats. Fats can be stored in various parts of the body as reserves of energy. Because fats in general are slowly digested, they satisfy hunger for long periods.Proteins (蛋白质) are very complex substances. The body needs proteins for the growth of new cells and for the repair and replacement of old cells. Foods rich in proteins are essential to a balanced diet. Milk, some vegetables, meat, chicken, fish, cheese, grains and nuts are some foods rich in proteins.A good diet will contain a variety of foods so that the body contains all the minerals it needs for good health.Vitamins are necessary for the proper working of the body. If we eat a variety of foods, we can be sure of obtaining all the vitamins we need.Water makes up about 70 per cent of the weight of the human body. The average adult needs about two liters of water daily to replace the water the body loses.1).Which of the following is not true?____A、If a man weighs 150 pounds, 105 pounds are water.B、Apple, butter and meat are rich in proteins.C、A well-balanced diet contains proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins.D、Biscuits, cakes and sweets may provide us with energy.2).People can get all the minerals the body needs by____.A、having a balanced dietB、drinking more milkC、eating fruits and vegetablesD、having more fish and eggs3).If equal weight of the following substances is “burned” in the body, the largest amount of energy is produced by____.A、carbohydratesB、fatsC、vitaminsD、mineral salts4).Of the following substances, which are not used as sources of energy by living things?____A、StarchesB、VitaminsC、ProteinsD、Fats5).A boy grows five centimeters a year. The new material in his body has been built mainly from food called____.A、fatsB、vitaminsC、proteinsD、carbohydrates2.The Maryland Science Center is more than fun. You can enjoy the three floors of exciting things, watch the larger-than-life play on the 4th floor, and travel to other words, to faraway stars, on the 5th floor. Don’t just look. You are expected to feel, to turn, to push. Build your own house and learn why it stands or falls. Use computers to work out plans just as famous scientists have done. There is always something new to learn at the Maryland Science Center. Children and group visitors enjoy half price. The excitement of the Maryland Science Center does not end when you leave. Visit the Science Store for a gift you’d like to keep. Electronic jewelry, games, books, and more – take part of the Science Center home with you. InformationWhere to call: 24 hour general information (410) 686-5225 24 hourSTARLINE night sky information (410) 539-STARGroup visitor information (410) 68502370Hours: The Maryland Science Center is open 7 days a week (except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day) Monday – Friday 10 am – 6 pm Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 8 pm1).“Take part of the Science Center home with you” means that ( )A、visitors can buy something there and take them homeB、the Science Center may be sold to visitors.C、the visitors can make the Science Center their home2).Which is true about the MarylandScienceCenter? ( )A、Visitors can play and learn at the same time.B、It helps visitors travel to other countries.C、It can be visited 24 hours a day3).The Maryland Science Center usually stays open on weekends ( ).A、from 10 am -- 6 pmB、from 10 am -- 8 pmC、24 hours4).What can visitors do at the Maryland Science Center? ( )A、Learn science by trying it out.B、Watch and take part in a play.C、Make gifts for their friends.5).By calling (410) 685-2370 we can get information about ( ).A、the night sky showB、books and gamesC、group price tickets3.Henry Richardson is working in an important library. His job is to give new life to old books. Many of these books are very old or are the one and only copy in the world. Richardson has saved the lives of many books. His first job is to wash the pages. He takes off the old cover, and places each page in water. Then he carefully puts each one between sheets of paper to dry. Some of the pages may be very thin or have missing parts. Richardson mends these while they are still wet. He places each one on a heavy sheet of glass. Then he carefully puts small pieces of paper on the places which need mending. These pieces of paper are very thin. They look like part of the old paper. The washed pages are now white and clean. The pages are put together again in the old cover. At times, only the front and back parts of the old cover can be used. Sometimes a whole new cover must be made. Now the stronger, cleaner, and “newer” book is returned to the library, once again ready for use.1).The old cover of the book ( )A、must be usedB、is sometimes usedC、should never be used2).Richardson mends old books ( )A、in a hospitalB、in a libraryC、at homeD、3).To save old books, Richardson first ( ).A、places the wet pages on a sheet of glass.B、washes the pagesC、mends the cover4).Why should old books be saved? ( )A、Because they give us a lot of information.B、Because they are very interesting.C、Because they may be the only copy.5).To dry the wet pages, Richardson ( )A、leaves them in the sunB、places them on a sheet of glassC、puts them between sheets of dry paper4.The word “day” has two meanings. When we talk about the number of days in a year, we are using “day” to mean 24 hours. But when we talk about day and night, we are using “day” to mean the time between sunrise and sunset. Since the earth looks like a ball, the sun can shine on only half of it at a time. Always one half of the earth is having day and the other half night. A place is moved from day into night and from night into day over and over by the spinning (旋转) of the earth. At the equator (赤道) day and night are sometimes the same length. They are each twelve hours long. The sun rises at 6 oclock in the morning and sets at 6 oclock in the evening. For six months the North Pole is tilted (倾斜) toward the sun. In those months the Northern Hemisphere (半球) gets more hours of sunlight than the Southern Hemisphere. Days are longer than nights. South of the equator nights are longer than days. For the other six months the North Pole is tilted away from the sun. Then the Southern Hemisphere gets more sunlight. Days are longer than nights. North of the equator nights are longer than days. Winter is the season of long nights. Summer is the season of long days.1).When the North Pole is tilted toward the sun, the Northern Hemisphere gets ( )sunlightA、lessB、moreC、allD、no2).When it is winter in China, ( )A、the USA is tilted toward the sunB、the South Pole is tilted away from the sunC、the North Pole is tilted toward the sunD、the North Pole is tilted away from the sun3).A place is moved from day into night and from night into day over and over by ( )of the earthA、the pushingB、the pullingC、the spinningD、the passing4).When the Western Hemisphere is having day, the Eastern Hemisphere is having ( )A、both day and nightB、dayC、neither day nor nightD、night5).At the equator day is as long as night ( )A、sometimes  B、neverC、usuallyD、always5.First aid ( 急救 ) is the care given to the injured or sick as soon as possible after an accident or illness. It is this immediate care and attention before the arrival of the ambulance that sometimes means the difference between life and death, or a full or partial recovery.First aid has limitations, as not everybody is a doctor or expert, but it is a key element of the total medical system.The principle to be adopted in first aid is immediate action. By-standers ( 旁观者 ) or relatives not knowing what to do, or being too fearful to try, have unwisely contributed to unnecessary deaths and worse injuries.It is important that any action taken by the first aid provider is started as quickly as possible. Quick action is necessary to save life and parts of the body. One who is not breathing effectively, or is bleeding heavily, requires immediate help. If quick effective first aid is provided, then they have a much better chance of a good recovery.But it should be remembered that any action taken is to be most careful, and fright ( 恐慌 ) by the first aid provider and by-standers will not be good to the whole thing. Try to remain calm and think your actions through. A calm and controlled first aider will give everyone confidence that the event is being handled efficiently and effectively.1).The most important thing in providing first aid is to ( ).A、call for an ambulanceB、prevent bleedingC、know what to doD、act quickly2).While offering first aid, the helper should ( )A、be self-controlledB、have others to assist himC、have confidence in the sick personD、get rid of they by-sanders3).According to the passage, some injured or sick people died as a result of ( )A、other peoples hesitation to offer first aidB、unprofessional first aidC、unnecessary first aidD、unwise suggestions by by-standers4).The writer seems to suggest that if you dont know much about first aid, you should ( )A、call for help from professionals.B、still try to helpC、stand by and not try to helpD、learn it from a doctor5).Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage ( )?A、One should not apply first aid to the injured without knowing the cause of the accident.B、It is easy to carry out first aid if one has the necessary facilities.C、First aid is an important part of the whole treatment.D、First aid may not be effective before a doctor or expert comes. 二、单项选择题 (共 20 题、共 40 分)1.I should like to rent a house, modern, comfortable and____in a quiet neighborhood.A、all in allB、above allC、after allD、over all2.At first ____, she is not pretty, but gradually youll find she is such a lovely girl.A、lookB、glanceC、visionD、glimpse3.The manager____one of the workers with stealing the money.A、accusedB、complainedC、blamedD、charged4.Only when he was put in prison, ____ how silly he was and what a serious harm he had did to her.A、should he have realizeB、he realizedC、did he realizeD、he had realized5.I have found some articles ____ the harmful effects of drinking.A、being concernedB、concernedC、to concernD、concerning6.Sally ______to have a cup of coffee whenever she comes home.A、would likeB、would ratherC、likeD、feel like7.It is a nice day to me. Why not ( ) for a picnic?A、go forB、go toC、go outD、go in8.They will realize the importance of environmental protection ( ).A、for or againstB、ups and downsC、sooner or laterD、here and there9.____ you have worked out the hard problem, you shall have a rest first.A、By nowB、Ever sinceC、Now thatD、In that10.______ tonight, why not drop in and play chess with me?A、Since you are freeB、After you are freeC、When you are freeD、If you would be free11.Congratulations on your being named this year’s Outstanding Manager. ( )A、独特的B、最高的C、优秀的D、外出的12.The subway is much ______ than the bus.A、more fasterB、less fasterC、less fastD、faster13.She likes play ( ) piano; but he likes play ( ) basketball.A、X…theB、X…XC、the…theD、the…X14.Americans often ( ) each other simply with “hello” or “Hi”.A、askB、greetC、sayD、talk15.Your help will be appreciated. ( )A、奖励B、欣赏C、感谢D、报道16.Rather than ____ everything to the last minute he always prefers to start early.A、leaveB、leave toC、leavingD、left17.It was raining outside, I ( ) one umbrella and walked out.A、picked upB、took upC、hadD、made18.I’d rather ______ your advice yesterday.A、not to takeB、not takenC、not takeD、not taking19.Mother often ( ) more responsibilities to educate the children in this society.A、takes offB、takes afterC、takes inD、takes on20.Please ( ) me for being late.A、forgiveB、forgetC、giveD、get特别提醒:一、阅读理解 (共 5 题、共 60 分)1.People do not analyze every problem they meet. Sometimes they try to remember a solution from the last time they had a similar problem. They often accept the opinions or ideas of other people. Other times they begin to act without thinking; they try to find a solution by trial and error. However, when all these methods fail, the person with a problem has to start analyzing. There are six stages in analyzing a problem.First the person must recognize that there is a problem. For example, Sams bicycle is broken, and he cannot ride it to class as he usually does. Sam must see that there is a problem with his bicycle.Next the thinker must define the problem. Before Sam can repair his bicycle, he must find the reason why it does not work. For instance, he must determine if the problem is with the gears, the brakes, or the frame. He must make his problem more specific.Now the person must look for information that will make the problem clearer and lead to possible solutions. For instance, suppose Sam decided that his bike does not work because there is something wrong with the gear wheels. At this time, he can look in his bicycle repair book and read about gears. He can talk to his friends at the bike shop. He can look at his gears carefully. After studying the problem, the person should have several suggestions for a possible solution. Take Sam as an illustration. His suggestions might be: put oil on the gear wheels; buy new gear wheels and replace the old ones; tighten or loosen the gear wheels.Eventually one suggestion seems to be t
展开阅读全文
  麦档网所有资源均是用户自行上传分享,仅供网友学习交流,未经上传用户书面授权,请勿作他用。
0条评论

还可以输入200字符

暂无评论,赶快抢占沙发吧。

关于本文
本文标题:重庆大学2020年秋季学期课程作业大学英语(1)题目
链接地址:https://www.maidoc.com/p-18151442.html
关于我们 - 网站声明 - 网站地图 - 资源地图 - 友情链接 - 网站客服 - 联系我们

copyright@ 2018-2020 maidoc.com版权所有  文库上传用户QQ群:3303921 

麦档网为“文档C2C模式”,即用户上传的文档所得金币直接给(下载)用户,本站只是中间服务平台,本站所有文档下载所得的金币归上传人(含作者)所有。
备案号:蜀ICP备17040478号-3  
川公网安备:51019002001290号 


收起
展开