第一专题 科学之光 ?？橐?摸索与发明 1.⑴pēi ài zhěn xiān ⑵栖 奥 胰 慷 2.B 3.⑴侯一候 碍一隘 ⑵分一份 应一映 ⑶犯一范 智一知 4.⑴鸟类和哺乳动物不是别离起源于两支应差役别的古代爬虫类，而是起源于共同的祖先——“哺乳鸟”. ⑵鸟类和哺乳动物别离起源于两支应差役别的古代爬虫类. 5.应当从研究家养动物和栽培植物人手. 6.在家养状况下的变异和在自然状况下的变异. 7.能够以某种体式格局发生有帮助于自己的变异的有生命的物质. 8.有生命的物质之所以高级演化，一是由于有生命的物质“大量的遗传变异至少是可能的”，二是由于人工或自然选择，这是更 为重要的. 9.A（从第二段中可看出A正确.B说明的是这种疫苗的意义；C论及的是免疫体系；D说明的是疫苗的功用.） 10.D(A淋巴癌“具备复杂的特点，最难疗治”于文无据；B“破裂”一说不当，应是“破裂后掉去节制”； C“由于免疫体系功能受阻”一说错.) 11.B(A抗癌疫苗是哄骗癌症病人的DNA制成的，“人”缺乏限制语，错；C这只是医学专业人士们的希望， 把设想当结沦，错；D哄骗疫苗抗癌是医学专业人士努力的日标，把未然当已然，错.) 12.B（这只是医学专业人士的希望，未经临床检验.） ?？槎?怪异的自然 1.ráng jūn zì niè yí shì sǔn shì 2.⑴那就成为“飞焰欲横天”（明郭子章），“红云几万重（宋邓肃） ⑵“以小株结实者置瓦器中，航海至阙下（开封），移植宣和殿”（《三山志》） 3.⑴浑一混 磷一鳞 烂一斓 ⑵蔓一曼 纹一文 鼓一蛊 庖一疱 退一颓 4.C 5.示例：就像一条汹涌的激流；而牛群的远处，狮子已暗藏在土丘的背后，热风阵阵，暮色迷茫，它喘着 气，凝视着前方——那傍晚的风中即将上演的血腥猎杀. 6.⑴荔枝成熟时的颜色. ⑵荔枝壳、膜的外形和颜色. ⑶果实成熟时荔枝林的颜色和形态. ⑷荔枝不耐贮藏. （5）古代历史上移栽荔枝的景象. ⑹唐玄宗时以飞马运送荔枝供宫中享用的情 形，说明其时荔枝贮藏与运输的不容易. （7）昔人对于荔枝甘旨的赞颂. 7.先容荔枝的产地和栽培史. 8.⑴海南岛和廉江有野生的荔枝林； ⑵据记载，南越王尉陀曾向汉高祖进贡荔枝，足见其时广东已有荔枝. 9.举例子. 10.特点：⑴体踊跃??；⑵灵敏度极高；⑶不需要冷却体系； ⑷能自行修复：首要功能：⑴可以探测到波长短至10微米的波；⑵能感触感染差别的波长. 11.研究职员在蛇的红外线受体上贴上一片类似绝缘带的带子. 12.因为“也许”是表示猜测的副词，切实情况，体现了说明性语言的精确性，如果用“就替换，便表 示肯定是能知道肿瘤的存在了，不切实. 13.是指由于风将大量细含沙很多的土卷起，使空气混浊，能见度小于公里的风沙天气征象. ?？槿?斑斓的创造 1.⑴ nián zhān zhàn ⑵铀 栖 踵 坞 2.⑴荧一莹 撼—憾 致—制 ⑵苍—沧 甸—淀 弭—弥 ⑶堵—睹 淹—湮 饴一怡 3.点蓝、烧蓝、打磨 4.┏━━━━━┳━━━━━━━┳━━━━━┳━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┓ ┃ 说明挨次┃首要建造历程 ┃详略摆设 ┃ 说明方法 ┃ ┣━━━━━╋━━━━━━━╋━━━━━╋━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┫ ┃以景泰蓝的┃ 制胎 ┃ 详 ┃ 举例子、作比力 ┃ ┃建造程序为┣━━━━━━━╋━━━━━╋━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┫ ┃说明挨次 ┃ 掐丝 ┃ 讦 ┃下凡说、举例子、打比方、作比力、列数码┃ ┃ ┣━━━━━━━╋━━━━━╋━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┫ ┃ ┃ 点蓝 ┃ 详 ┃ 下凡说、比喻、作比力、分类别 ┃ ┃ ┣━━━━━━━╋━━━━━╋━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┫ ┃ ┃ 烧蓝 ┃ 略 ┃ 下凡说、比喻 ┃ ┃ ┣━━━━━━━╋━━━━━╋━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┫ ┃ ┃ 打磨 ┃ 略 ┃ 解释 ┃ ┃ ┣━━━━━━━╋━━━━━╋━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┫ ┃ ┃ 镀全 ┃ 略 ┃ 解释 ┃ ┗━━━━━┻━━━━━━━┻━━━━━┻━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━┛ 5.⑴打比方 ⑵下凡说 ⑶列数码 6.⑴年龄稍大，脑力不肯定是就差. ⑵举例子. ⑶使所要说明的事物具体化，便了读者理解，增强 说服力. 7.B 8.D 9.D 10.C(A原文是“故宫领有庞大的修建群，以气焰取胜，天坛的修建少而精，以安好深远而著称”； B原文是“故宫太和殿是永乐以前全城无上的修建，是帝王的象征，而祈年殿比太和殿还高巾3米，成为天 帝的象征”；D原文是“……显示出天的澄清、开阔爽朗.反过来天的澄清、开阔爽朗，又与祈年殴的外大概轮廓虚实 相生，唤起不雅赏者的审美想像”.) 11.D(A原文是“天坛的崇高感中，蕴蓄着敬天的思惟”；B原文没有这个意思；C原文是“祭坛仿佛高入云 霄，人站在祭坛上也好像升上彼苍”.) 12.宏伟（雄壮、雄健浑厚……），威严（肃静、森严……），厚重（凝重……）， 13.与“清”关系最大.大面积的树木凸起了天坛青色的群体色调，同时增长了空灵之美. 第一专题检测 1.C 2.C 3.B 4.B（不知说什么：不知道说的是啥子，指语言紊乱或空洞用于批评说话人） 5.C 6.B 7.D 8.无垠落木萧萧下 不尽长江滔滔来 卷起干堆雪 9.面前欲说之语/往往被人先说/余冬...
高二英语必修5 书上练习答案,急求！ 第四页的第3题的答案
回答：高二英语必修5 书上练习第四页的第3题的答案：to suggest :make a suggestion to decide : make a decisionto plan: make a plancontribute : make a contributionto speak:make a speechto be noisy:make a noiseto change : make a changeto decide: make a decisionto describe :make a descriptionto investigate:make an investigation欢迎提问，乐意解答；愿你满意， 望你采纳。
Unit 5 First aid Section Ⅱ Warming Up & Reading-Language Points Ⅰ.品句填词1.Since he wants to continue studying at university,he only found a________（暂时的） job in the summer holidays.2.He escaped from the car wreck without ________（损伤）.3.The police put up ________（障碍物）to control the crowd who were excited.4.He would remove his jacket, roll up his ________（袖子），and play Ping-Pong with the kids.5.Downstairs he found Beryl at the table with the newspaper and a pair of ________（剪刀）.6.Having a fever is one of the ________（症状） that you have got a cold.Ⅱ.完成句子1.Joe ________________（坐起身来） when he heard the knock on his bedroom door.2.We don't think your suggestion is quite ________________（适当的）.3.The doctor has warned him ________________________________（反复） to stop smoking,but he doesn't take any advice.4.I got an ________________ （电击） from that light switch.5.Being given ________________（急救） at the scene of the accident probably saved his life.6.There are ________________________（各种各样的）toys in the store for you to choose from.Ⅲ.单项填空1.(2011年济宁高二检测)The orange looks dry,but you may be able to ________ a few drops.A.break out B.give out C.squeeze out D.put out2.—How long has your grandma ________？—About three months.A.fallen ill B.been ill C.fall ill D.be ill3.(2011年厦门高二检测)The fellow felt rather ________ as he was the only person that wore sportswear at the party.A.in place B.out of place C.by the way D.in the way4.Mike didn't play football yesterday because he had ________ his leg.A.damaged B.hurt C.hit D.struck5.He is so kind a boy that he often ________his mother clean the table, even the furniture.A.aided B.helped C.assisted D.offeredwww.6.More and more people choose to shop in a supermarket as it offers a great ________of goods.A.variety B.mixture C.extension D.combination7.You are supposed to report it to your headmaster ________,otherwise he will be angry.A.if it was necessary B.if necessary C.if necessarily D.if you are necessary8.Mr. Smith is such a ________ person that he never loses his temper.A.generous B.mean C.mild D.rude9.They often use wood as fuel to ________ coal.A.take place B.take the place of C.in place of D.instead of10.(2011年威海高二调研)We were greatly ________ in our investigation by the cooperation of the police.A.exposed B.aided C.submitted D.switched Ⅳ.阅读理解 Teenagers and students have an average of more than 800 illegally copied songs each on their digital music players,as the largest academic survey of young people's music ownership has found.The research also showed that half of 14 to 24-year-olds were happy to share all the music on their hard drives,enabling others to copy hundreds,or thousands,of songs at one time.Although_illegal_copying_has_become_widespread,the_scale_of_the_problem_uncovered_by_the_University_Hertfordshire_left_the_music_industry_surprised.On average every iPod or digital music player contained 842 illegally copied songs.Illegal copying in some form or another is undertaken by 96 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds surveyed,and falls to 89 percent of those aged 14~17.Nearly two-thirds copy CDs from friends,and similar proportion shares songs by e-mail and copy all the music held on another person's hard drive,acquiring up to 10,000 songs in one go.British Music Rights argues that the solution partly lies in developing new legal services that make breaking copyright unappealing（无吸引力的）. Mr.Sharkey,chief executive of British Music Rights,said,“The positive message is that 80 percent of downloaders said they would pay for a legal subscription-based（签署协议的）service,and that they would be willing to pay more than a few pounds month.” British Music Rights refused to release the exact amount but it is believed to be about ￡10 a month.The organization is trying to help to record companies persuade Internet service providers to sign up to a new type of music service,in which vast catalogues of songs are available for an add-on fee to a broadband package.Agreements with providers such as Virgin Media are expected in the next few weeks.In France last week,Orange,France Telecom's mobile arm,reached agreement with all four main record companies to provide downloads of more than a million songs for mobile phones and home computers for ￡9.40 a month.1.What is the passage main about?A.The popularity of music among teenagers and college students.B.A ...
求高二英语必修四 a master of nonverbal humour 原文翻译
原文如下：As Victor Hugo once said, ＂Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face＂, and up to now nobody has been able to do this better than Charlie Chaplin. He brightened the lives of Americans and British through two world wars and the hard years in between. He made people laugh at a time when they felt depressed, so they could feel more content with their lives. Not that Charlie's own life was easy! He was born in a poor family in 1889. His parents were both poor music hall performers. You may find it astonishing that Charlie was taught to sing as soon as he could speak and dance as soon as he could walk. Such training was common in acting families at this time, especially when the family income was often uncertain. Unfortunately his father died, leaving the family even worse off, so Charlie spent his childhood looking after his sick mother and his brother. By his teens, Charlie had, through his humour, become one of the most popular child actors in England. He could mime and act the fool doing ordinary everyday tasks. No one was ever bored watching him -his subtle acting made everything entertaining. As time went by, he began making films. He grew more and more popular as his charming character, the little tramp, became known throughout the world. The tramp, a poor, homeless man with a moustache, wore large trousers, worn-out shoes and a small round black hat. He walked around stilly carrying a walking stick. This character was a social failure but was loved for his optimism and determination to overcome all difficulties. He was the underdog who was kind even when others were unkind to him. How did the little tramp make a sad situation entertaining? Here is an example from one of his most famous films, The Gold Rush. It is the mid-nineteenth century and gold has just been discovered in California. Like so many others, the little tramp and his friend have rushed there in search of gold, but without success. Instead they are hiding in a small hut on the edge of a mountain during a snowstorm with nothing to eat. They are so hungry that they try boiling a pair of leather shoes for their dinner. Charlie first picks out the laces and eats them as if they were spaghetti. Then he cuts off the leather top of the shoe as if it were the finest steak. Finally he tries cutting and chewing the bottom of the shoe. He eats each mouthful with great enjoyment. The acting is so convincing that it makes you believe that it is one of the best meals he has ever tasted! Charlie Chaplin wrote, directed and produced the films he starred in. In 1972 he was given a special Oscar for his outstanding work in films. He lived in England and the USA but spent his last years in Switzerland, where he was ...