2020 人教版初三英语上册单元检测练习题 Unit 5（含答案）
1.Paper is made____wood and newspapers are made ____paper.
A.of;of B.from;of C.of,from D.from;from
2.We can use some different________to make chopsticks, for example, bamboo.
A.colors B.sizes C.shapes D.materials
3.Look at the walls.They are____with paintings. The owner of the room must love painting
A.washed B.hidden C.repaired D.covered
4.It took the policemen three days________the missing boy.The boy's parents were thankful to
A.find B.finding C.to find D.found
5.—Jimmy，I don't like my classmate Bob.He is so noisy.
—Oh, so he is.But you cannot avoid_____him.He sits next to you.
A.meet B.to meet C.meeting D.to meeing
6.Could you stay a little longer?I have_______more to tell you about the plan for tomorrow.
A. something B.everything C.anything D.nothing
7.Do you think_______acceptable for a group of women to dance to loud music on the square
near your house?
A.it B.that C.this D.its
8.These old newspapers can be______some beautiful and creative clothes. That sounds really
A.turned on B.turned off C.turned in D.turned into
9.—This ring looks very nice.________is it made of?
—It's made of silver.
A.Who B.How C.What D.Where10.Xiongan New Area____being built as a green and smart city, and it plays an important role in
A.is known for B.is worried about C.is born with
11.The computer is one of the most helpful inventions and it is______used in different fields.
A.widely B.hardly C.quietly D.carefully
12.—Those people in earthquake areas are________. Let's do something to help them.
---Maybe we can hold a charity show to raise money for them.
A.in trouble B.in person C.in fact D.in public
13.—I'm tired of cleaning the house.
—Sweeping robots___more and more widely today.Why not buy one?
A.are used B.were used C.are using D.used
14.No matter______I say，he doesn't care.
A.how B.what C.where D.that
15.—Are Jiangsu and Zhejang famous for silk?
---I think so.___I know,more than half of the silk in China is produced in Jiangsu and Zhejiang.
A.As long as B.As far as C.As many as D.As little as
Riding a Mobike on the street, you might hear some people speaking Chinese aloud. Turning to
the right, you see a Sichuan-style restaurant. After walking into a store,you see that Huawei
But you're not in China—you're in Manchester in Britain.In fact, you might see 17 ______things
in many other cities. Chinese products have been 18______ worldwide. Chinese food has been
enjoyed in westermn countries for a long time.To 19 ______local people's tastes, Chinese
restaurants have made some changes to the 20_______. Unlike
Chinese, Australian people don't like to eat meat with the bone 21______, so Chinese restaurants
there provide big pieces of meat without bones, 22 ______for fish.Some Chinese brands（品牌）are also becoming more 23______. In many cities in Europe，stores
sell TCL televisions, Haier fridges and Lenovo computers.And more than half of US-owned
drones（无人机）are Chinese models.They're not simply made in China，but designed and
developed in the24__________.
In the past,most western people thought Chinese products were cheap and not dependable. But
now, things have changed greatly. "Made in China"becomes cool. More and more
16.A.for fun B.at work C.on sale D.in use
17.A.similar B.different C.common D.unusual
A.stored B.collected C.received D.accepted
19. A.meet B.copy C.spread D.answer
20.A.kitchens B.drinks C.dishes D.services
21.A.up B.out C.on D.in
22.A.just B.even C.yet D.still
23.A.traditional B.expensive C.practical D.popular
24.A.country B.circle C.field D.town
25.A.sell B.trust C.improve D.question
It's said that China uses 45 billion pairs of chopsticks a year.Here's some information about
History of chopsticks
Chopsticks have a long history of more than 3,000 years in China.The recorded history of
chopsticks is as early as the Shang Dynasty(1600—1046 BC).According to an article about
Chinese history, the emperor of the Shang Dynasty used chopsticks made of ivory
Legends about how chopsticks were invented
★ One is about Jiang Ziya. He was told by a bird to use bamboo sticks to pick up meat. When smoke came from bamboo sticks,he found out that his wife wanted to use poisonous food to kill
★ Another is about Da Ji. She used to please Emperor Zhou by picking up hot meat with hair
★ The third one is about Da Yu. He invented wooden chopsticks to pick up hot food to save time
over the meal while preparing for flood control work.
Materials of chopsticks
●Bamboo has been the most popular material used for chopsticks because it is inexpensive，
easy-to-get， resistant（抵抗的） to heat， and has no trrible odor or taste.
●Wood: Cedar, sandalwood, teak and pine have also been used.
●Jade（翡翠）and metal: In the past，the wealthy people had chopsticks made of jade.
People also used some metals such as gold and silver to make chopsticks.
●Porcelain（瓷器）and plastic∶These two materials are used in modern times because of the
development of technology.
26. How many legends are mentioned in the passage?
A.Two. B.Three. C.Four. D.Five.
27.After reading the passage, we can know______wanted to kill JIang Ziya.
A.his wife B.Da Yu C.Da Ji D.the emperor
28.The underlined word"odor" probably means"__"in Chinese.
A.气味 B.形状 C.宽度 D.竹笋
29.Which of the following is NOT the reason why bamboo is used to make chopsticks?
A. Bamboo is not expensive to get.
B.Bamboo is resistant to heat.
C.Bamboo doesn't taste terrible.
D.Bamboo grows fast everywhere.
30.What's the purpose of the passage?
A. To tell us how to use chopsticks to eat meals. B. To tell us some legends of using chopsticks.
C. To tell us some information about chopsticks.
D. To explain why chopsticks are popular in China.
Every school day, we use schoolbags to carry all of our things to school.They are a big part of our
lives. But have you ever thought about the history of the schoobag?In the Han Dynasty（汉朝），
students in old-style private schoolsused bamboo boxes to carry books to school. People consider
the bamboo boxes to be the earliest schoobags.They were usually two or three layers（层）in the
box.Kids put different things like books， brushes， ink stones（砚）and paper in the boxes.
Hundreds of years later,people developed a new kind of schoolbag called the budai, or the
"hip-pocket".The budai was lighter than the bamboo box.With the founding （成立）of the
People's Republic of China，military rucksacks（军用帆布包） became popular.Many people
carried them when they were in school. Ask your grandparents or parents about these bags. Maybe
they can tell you about their experiences of carrying them when they were in school.
A new style of schoobags has appeared in recent years. Many of them have colorful and
fashionable designs（时尚的设计）on them， such as pictures of cartoons or pop stars. And they
are more comfortable to use. Some students pull wheeled bags filled with heavy textbooks and
others carry backpacks.
Schoobags are still changing. Can you imagine what future schoolbags will be like?
31. Schoolbags in the Han Dynasty were made of______
A. cloth B.paper C.plastic D.bamboo
32. Which is NOT true according to the passage?
A. Military rucksacks were popular in the 1950s.
B. The budai was heavier than the bamboo box.
C.There are some pictures on the new style of schoolbags.
D.Schoolbags have changed a lot.
33. To carry heavy textbooks, students would like to use___
A.wheeled bags B.military rucksacks C.bamboo boxes D.the budai34.We can usually read the article in______
A. a letter B. a guidebook C.a newspaper D.a notice
35. The purpose of the article is_______.
A.to tell us how to use schoolbags
B.to explain why we use schoolbags
C.to introduce the importance of schoolbags
D.to introduce the development of schoolbag
Kites have a long history.They may date back（追溯到） to a long time ago. They were made of
bamboo and silk in China. Nobody knows exactly how or when a kite was first flown， but it is
said that when a Chinese farmer tied astring（细绳）to his hat to keep it from blowing away in a
strong wind, the first kite was born.
Children like flying kites.Kites are made of wood, bamboo, paper, or silk.In 478 B.C. a Chinese
philosopher（思想家），Mozi，spent three years making a kite out of light wood and bamboo. The
earliest record（记录）of kite flying was in about 200 B.C. when the Chinese General Han Xin of
the Han Dynasty flew a kite over the walls of a city. He wanted to know how far his army would
have to travel.
In the 13th century, Marco Polo wrote about how the shipping businessmen flew the huge kite in
the wind before the ship set sail（起航）.They predicted the voyage（航海）in this way.If the kite
went high and straight,it meant a quick and successful voyage, but if it did not fly well， it was a
bad omen（预兆）.In the late 1500s，the kite was introduced to Europe by Italians.Kite flying was
first mentioned in England in a popular book in 1589.
36. How was the first kite born?
A. It was first used for sailing.
B.A Chinese general called Han Xin flew a kite to train his army.
C.A Chinese farmer tied a string to his hat to keep it from blowing away.
37.According to the article, kites are made of the following materials EXCEPT______.
A. silk B.paper C.steel 38.Which of the following is TRUE?
A.We know exactly how and when a kite was first flown.
B. Kite flying was first mentioned in England in a popular book in 1589.
C.In 478 B.C.,Mozi spent three years making a kite out of light wood and paper.
39.When was the kite introduced to Europe?
A.In the 13th century. B.In the late 1500s. C.In 1589.
40.Which is the best title of the passage?
A. The history of kites. B.Materials of kites. C.When to make the first kite.
China has a rich and colorful cultural history，and masks（面具）have played a major role in
Chinese tradition for thousands of years.Why do people wear masks?The reasons are to protect
their bodies, to hide themselves, or to do some amusement.In fact,masks are used all over the
African masks are usually made in a traditional style. There are many different kinds of African
masks, but many of them represent animals.African masks are a part of fullbody costumes（服装）
and they are made for dancers.The dancers usually wear the masks in religious（宗教的）events.
Japanese masks have been used in many different performances such as dance, theatre, festivals or
religious events. They represent heroes， devils（恶魔），ghosts， or some animals in the
performances. Most of them are made of clay（黏土）， cloth， wood， or some paper.
Greek masks are symbols of the spirits of nature during religious events.Also, theatre actors use
masks to show different characters.In Rome, devil and other masks are used in carnivals（狂欢节）.
Today,masks continue to be of great artistic and entertainment value.
41.Why do Chinese people wear masks?
42.African masks are made for actors, aren't they?
______________________________________43. What materials are used to make Japanese masks?
44. According to the passage,how many places use masks in religious events?
45. What kind of value might masks in the past have shown?
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IV.41.Because they need them to protect their bodies, hide themselves, or do some amusement.
43.Most of Japanese masks are made of clay, cloth, wood, or some paper.
45.They might have shown great artistic and entertainment value.
V. In China, paper cutting has a long history of over 1,500 years. It can be seen in different parts
of China. Lots of people are fond of it. People in the northern part of China do well in paper
cutting. People cut paper into different shapes, like birds,animals and flowers. People usually put
the paper cuttings up on doors and windows when they celebrate the Spring Festival. I like
Chinese paper cutting very much. I think it is not only beautiful but also very useful.