18学年高中英语Unit5ThemeparksSectionⅡWarmingUpReading_LanguagePoints课时作业新人教版必修4

Unit 5 Section Ⅱ Theme parks Warming Up & Reading—Language Points Ⅰ.单句语法填空 1.Three years ago,a society was set up to_preserve (preserve) the endangered animal and plant life from dying out in this area. 2.This kind of friendly and harmonious atmosphere is unique to our company, and you can't experience it in any other place. 3.A number of graduates prefer to work in big cities,where there are lots of attractions (attract),like convenient transportation,more opportunities and a better environment. 4.We are planning a trip to Yuntai Mountain in Henan province, which is famous for its beautiful natural scenery. 5.This field measures fifty metres in length (long),which is twice the size of another one next to it. 6.As many as five courses are provided,and you are free to choose whichever suits you best. 7.Some people have naturally beautiful voices,while others have rich facial expressions. 8.If things don't get better,more than one person is (be) going to have to find a new job. 9.My friend,Jack sat on his bed,swinging (swing) his legs lightly. 10.You know,deeds (deed) are much better than words when people are in need of help. Ⅱ.阅读理解 I am a volunteer at Seattle Children's Hospital, the most friendly and comfortable place around for those who are recovering, sick, or dying between the ages of 0 to 18. My first day one?on?one with a patient arrived after hours of training and preparation. I shook slightly as the doctor handed me a small white piece of paper with patient information, telling me only about the name, age, and room number. The elevator ride to the floor seemed totally too fast. I walked through the long halls until I reached a door with the room number that matched (匹配) the one on my paper. I read the sign on the door: SCCA-Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. I entered my patient's room, and was greeted by a tired mother in great need of a break. And this sweet, excited little 6?year?old girl, who's smiling and showing willingness to play made me completely ignore her bald (秃) little head. My newfound friend was quite possibly the most normal 6?year?old girl I had ever met. Time flew by, and it was easy to notice that we greatly enjoyed each other's being around. But, towards the end of my stay, she asked me if she could play with my hair. As I readily agreed, it hit me that she was not a common little girl. She was bald because of cancer, so she wondered what it was like to play with my hair. As she repeatedly tried to perfect the braids (辫子) in my

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