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外研版英语选修第一册习题 Unit 6 Section A Starting out & Understanding ideas展开
Unit 6Nurturing nature
Section A Starting out & Understanding ideas
1.As he swims,his body temperature s drops,which in turn causes his muscle control to drop,slowing him down.
2.Although the coral looks hard,it is very d .
3.China has s culture with a long history.
4.It’s a (悠闲的) season-long tour of a continent-wide buffet line.
5.Their cancers are not so clearly tied to r exposure.
6.The traditional philosophy is a kind of (镜式)philosophy characterized by “fundamentalism”.
7.She kept telling me how things were different in Puerto Rico,to always put on sunscreen,not to w away from my grandmother,and other warnings.
8.The fancy natural s and life there,along with the author’s romantic and intensive emotions will inspire you to explore the mysterious land.
catch one’s eye;be about to do;thanks to;work on;overcome the challenges of;above sea level;reach out;bring...to life;be located at;at one’s leisure
1.If I choose to other projects in my own time,then I say that is my business.
2.These old men and women usually go to dance .
答案at their leisure
3.She had some doubts about what she .
答案was about to do
4.If we keep that spirit alive,then I know that we will our time.
答案overcome the challenges of
5.The moment a tourist enters the forest,one amazing view after another will .
答案catch his eye
6.The Museum the edge of the airfield.In general,exhibits are in good condition.
答案is located at
7.The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau is the world’s highest plateau,averaging over 4,000 metres and covering an area of 200,000 square kilometres.
答案above sea level
8.Let us our hands to catch a falling leaf and write our words on it.
9.His aim,in which he succeeds proudly,is to the culture of the time .
10.Mankind are probably more aware of these problems worldwide than ever before advances in technology and communication.
Since I have health insurance,I was able to my medical expenses.
A wandering river .
答案winds its way to the sea
The night before the test I fear and anxiety.
答案was overcome by
We’ll do our best to the advanced world levels.
答案catch up with
The chairman shook hands with everyone .
答案present at the meeting
There are chances everywhere,but you must them.
答案reach out for
Soon enough,we will lose some of the most amazing sites on Earth!
The Great Barrier Reef
Rising air temperatures will cause sea temperatures to rise as well.All life supported by the oceans will be affected with this shock to their ecosystem.Corals are some of the most vulnerable marine animals and we are already watching whole reefs disappear.The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is no exception and will continue to shrink as the temperatures rise!These reefs are some of the best in the world for diving,but they will soon disappear!
Sprawling across(横跨)hundreds of small islands in Northeast Italy,Venice is at extreme risk of sinking into the Adriatic Sea.Rising sea levels are in fact a serious threat to many coastal cities located at sea level.Lucky for us,however,Venice is developing a series of sea walls to protect the city in times of high tide.
Glacier National Park was once covered by over 150 glaciers,but by 2005 it only had about 27!Located in Montana,Canada,this park is over a million acres and has a huge plant and wildlife population.As temperatures rise,the glaciers and ice melt,which will upset the ecosystems sustaining over a thousand plant species and hundreds of animals.
The cause behind the disappearance of these fantastic places ultimately comes down to humans.Our expansion usually requires cutting down forests for land,fuel and materials,but rarely considers the consequences.These forests are sources of food and medicine for just about everyone on the planet!
What will happen if we lose these valuable places and beautiful destinations?
1.According to the text,what is causing the corals’ death?
A.Rising sea levels.
B.Rising sea temperatures.
C.Humans’ diving activities.
D.The shrinkage(缩小)of their habitats.
解析细节理解题。根据第二段“The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is no exception and will continue to shrink as the temperatures rise!These reefs are some of the best in the world for diving,but they will soon disappear!”可知珊瑚虫死亡的原因是因为海水温度升高,故选B项。
2.What can we infer from the part of “Venice”?
A.Many places are in the risk of sinking below the sea level.
B.Venice is the only coastal city of Italy.
C.Venice will never sink because of the protection of sea walls.
D.Italy consists of hundreds of small islands in the Adriatic Sea.
解析细节理解题。根据第三段“Rising sea levels are in fact a serious threat to many coastal cities located at sea level.”可知海平面的升高威胁着很多沿海的城市,故选A项。
3.What can we learn about Glacier National Park from the text?
A.It doesn’t support any living thing for its cold.
B.It is covered by over 150 glaciers.
C.Plant species and animals in it have died out.
D.It covers a large area in Montana.
解析细节理解题。根据第四段“Located in Montana,Canada,this park is over a million acres and has a huge plant and wildlife population.”可知冰川自然公园在蒙大拿州占据了很大的面积,故选D项。
4.Which site’s shrinking reason differs from the other sites?
A.The Great Barrier Reef.
D.Glacier National Park.
解析细节理解题。根据The Great Barrier Reef中“Rising air temperatures will cause sea temperatures to rise as well”;Venice中“Rising sea levels are in fact a serious threat...at sea level”,可知这三个景点正在消失的原因是气候变暖。根据最后一段第二句可知亚马孙雨林的减少是因为人类领地的扩张,和以上三个景点原因不同。故选C项。
Building a five-star hotel in the middle of a valuable wilderness(荒野)without damaging(破坏)the environment might not be easy,but it is far from impossible.The King Pacific Lodge in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest shows that if enough care and attention is taken,the task is possible.
Unlike many other hotel building plans,no trees were cut down and no land was wasted to build it.The Lodge does not have the same location(位置) but sits on a floating boat pulled into the sea bay in May,till September.Those wishing to stay in one of its seventeen rooms must access it by boat or seaplane.Each guest staying at the Lodge is charged 3% tax(税)on the protection of the natural resources,but is given the chance to see whales and bears.And since these are the main attractions of the area and of the Lodge,the management knows well that in order to stay in business they must make the area untouched.
In 2000,the Lodge management signed an agreement with the native(本土的)Gitga’at people.Together they work for the benefit of the area.The Lodge knows that the native tribe(部落)is the owners of the land,so it pays the tribe for the use of their land and even supports the native youth and employs the tribe’s people.They,in turn,teach the newcomers about the local culture.
The King Pacific Lodge is one of a growing number of tourism companies that manage to minimize their environmental damage to win the approval(批准)of the local government where they set up their business.These companies pay more attention to environmental protection and are careful to use natural resources and protect endangered animals.Realizing how destructive tourism can be,they want to avoid the love-it-to-death effect of tourism.
5.From the passage,we know that the King Pacific Lodge .
A.follows other hotels’ building plans
B.is less popular among tourists
C.is far away from an important wilderness
D.has been created after careful consideration
6.Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A.The King Pacific Lodge is in an area without any trees.
B.The King Pacific Lodge can be moved from place to place.
C.Guests in the King Pacific Lodge can take part in programs about the protection of nature.
D.Guests in the King Pacific Lodge have to pay extra money for the boat to get there.
7.According to Paragraph 3,we learn that some of the native people .
A.want to learn the newcomers’ culture
B.are not willing to sell their land
C.are employed by local government to work for the Lodge
D.may have the chance to work at the Lodge
8.According to the passage,the tourist industry .
A.will always do harm to the environment
B.cares little about the importance of environmentally friendly tourism
C.can do less damage to the environment
D.always has a disagreement with the local government