Unit 24 Mainly revision. 一、教学目标与要求 通过本单元教学，学生应能熟练地运用表示“约会”的常用语；复习 18 ～ 23 单元的语法 项目；了解怎样选择适合的职业和求职等。 二、教学重点与难点 1 ．重点词汇 rely on, have a disagreement with, congratulations on, open up, be suited to 2 ．重点句型
rely on, have a disagreement with, congratulations on, open up, be suited to
1) If you are interested in banking, it is better to talk to a bank clerk of twenty four, rather than a bank manager of sixty four.
2)Trust yourself, trust your own thinking and your choice of subject.
3)Then, as with young birds, the time comes for the young to leave.
1)Are you free…? 2) How about…? 3) Shall we meet…? 4) All right．See you then.
1．Many young people end up in a job to which they are not suited.
A．be suited to (for) 适合做……，对……适宜。例如：
1) He is suited to (for) teaching．他适合教书(当老师)。
2) It is suited for my needs．那适合我的需要。
The new dress suited her very much．那套新服装和她很相配。
2．You can point out that Florence Nightingale opened up nursing and that Madame Carie opened up sciences to women．
1) The advance has opened up a whole new field of science．这种进步为科学开辟了一个新的领域。
2)They decided to start opening up to wasteland tomorrow．他们决定明天开始开垦那块荒地。
6．______ it happens, we possibly won't have all that much time for a holiday．
A．As B．While C．Though D．Until
7．With flowers in ______ Young Pioneers passed me on the street．
A．their hands; scores B．hands; scores of
C．the hand ; a score D．their hands ; scores of
8．Time is ______ short．Please make good use of it.
A．Turning B．Coming C．Appearing D．growing
9．When he makes a _______, he takes his son with him.
A．Travel B．Journey C．Course D．way
10．The city's underground ______ more people than the buses．
A．Brings B．Sends C．Fetches D．carries
11．----one will fit you better?
----I'm not a man who is hard to please．
A．What; Each B．Which; Neither
C．Which; Either D．What; Both
12．So well ______ that the teacher praised her．
A．she had done her homework B．her homework had been done
C．did she do her homework D．she did her homework
13．Three fourths of the bread ______ by Bob, and the rest of the bread ______ left on the table．
A．was eaten; were
B．were eaten; was
C．were eaten; were
D．was eaten; was
14．I need one more stamp before my collection
C．has been completed
15．If you promise ______ angry with me, I'll tell you what I broke．
C．not to get
Under her bed, Mrs Chang kept a box containing some jewellery which had belonged to her mother．The jewellery was the only 16 thing she had, and she always said that she would keep it and only 17 it for a very important reason．Well, this was an important 18, wasn't it ? She said nothing to Mary, 19 went secretly into the city and sold the 20 for ＄2750．Over half the money ! But where could she 21 the other half ?
During the next few months, Mrs Chang was always busy．She went out four mornings a week and 22 other people's houses．She 23 until late in the night and sewed dresses and trousers for the people in the village．She embroidered (绣) colourful birds and flowers on pieces of silk for the 24 who came through the village．25,her pile of money under the bed began to 26．Mary noticed that her mother was very 27 but her mother just said, “ I want to have some new clothes for your 28．I'll need to buy cloth．And I want to be able to 29 you another good present.”
By June, Mrs Chang had $ 4 250 under her bed．She 30 to a relative in Yuen Long, who had a small business.“Tsun Man,” she said.“I badly 31 $ 750.” Her relative was 32 Mrs Chang had 33 asked anyone for money before．But he lent her the money．
Mrs Chang 34 her best clothes, went to the city and 35 a return ticket from London to Hong Kong．After putting it in a nice 36 she began to write 37 address on it and posted it.“What a surprise this will be for David,”she said to 38.“How 39 he will be! And how happy Mary will be, too, to 40 her brother with her on her wedding day．”
Shortly before the end of World War Ⅱ, leaders of many nations, including the United States, decided to form an international organization．It was hoped that nations could discuss their disagreements in this organization instead of fighting over them.
On April 25, 1945, two hundred representatives from many nations came to San Francisco, California, to make the rules that would govern this organization．After many months of hard work, arguments, and compromises, the United Nations organization was established.
Today thousands of people visit the United Nations headquarters in New York City．They see the large rooms where representatives from about a hundred nations meet to discuss their problems．They find out about the work of the United Nations．
Children who visit the United Nations are especially interested in learning about the help given to children．Teams of workers from the United Nations visit countries in Latin America, Africa and Asia to help children who are sick and hungry．They bring food and medicine．They also teach people what doctors have learned about keeping children strong.
People who work for the United Nations believe that happy healthy people are more likely to be friendly to other nations．They believe that helping people will help the world at peace．
41．Where and when was the United Nations formed ?
A．In San Francisco on April 25, 1945．
B．In San Francisco in 1945．
C．In New York shortly after the end of World War Ⅱ.
D．In New York in 1945．
42．Where is the headquarters of the United Nations?
A．In San Francisco. B．In Washington．
C．In New York. D．In California.
43．The United Nations is ______.
A．an international organization
B．an international organization of peace
C．an organization of the United States
D．an organization of big powers
44．The United Nations gives help to ______.
A．the big powers
B．the countries at war
C．the children of the third world countries
D．the developed countries
45．The United Nations tries to keep the world at peace by ______．
A．uniting the people of the world
B．visiting all the nations
C．pleasing the big powers
A man was shot dead when he tried to calm down his son after Mike Tyson lost his world heavy-weight boxing title, police said.
Police arrested the man's son, Keith H．Lewis, 21, on Monday night in a Colorado Spring hotel．
Howard Gomes, 42, died in hospital early on Sunday from a gun shot wound to the chest, authorities said.
Police said witnesses (Persons who were present when it happened) reported that Gomes was trying to stop his son from starting a fight with another man．The witnesses said Lewis was angry that Tyson had lost his heavy-weight title to Evander Holyfield, according to police．
Gomes and his brother, Joseph, had invited friends to their home on Saturday night to watch the heavy-weight fight on TV．
When Tyson lost, a guest made a teasing remark about Tyson's defeat．Lewis became angry and started a quarrel with the man, police said witnesses reported.
Joseph Gomes said his brother prevented it and told his son to go upstairs and cool down．He said Lewis went upstairs and his father followed, and they began fighting in a hallway．
Joseph Gomes said he took a pistol (手枪) away from Lewis, and Howard Gomes left the house, walking down the street to regain his composure (镇静).
When he returned, Howard Gomes called his son's mother in Rhode Island, hoping she could calm Lewis．When he tried to put his son on the phone, the line was accidentally disconnected, which made Lewis very angry, according to Joseph Gomes.
That is when the shooting started, said Joseph Gomes.
“The first bullet hit the wall in the kitchen．The second hit Howard in his left side,” he said．He said a third bullet struck Howard Gomes in the chest．
46．Who was shot dead?
D．One of the guests．
47．From the report we know that the witnesses are most likely____.
A．Joseph and some unknown people
B．a crowd around the house
C．the friends invited to their house and Joseph
D．Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield
48．The underlined word “teasing” probably means ______．
A．funny B．interesting C．strange D．unkind
49．Which is the right order of the story?
a．The shooting started.
b．Mike Tyson lost his world heavy-weight boxing title.
c．Lewis was arrested.
d．Gomes and his brother invited friends to their house．
e．Howard Gomes died in hospital．
f．Lewis started a quarrel．
A．b, d, a, e, c, f
B．d, b, f, a, e, c
C．b, d, f, c, e, a
D．d, b, a, e, f, c
50．Which of the following words best describes Lewis?
A．Rude but honest. B．Warm-hearted.
C．Troubled and almost mad. D．Angry and cold-hearted.
51．Ability is one of the ______(条件) of success in life．
52．I want to buy some new ______.(家具).
53．You have to grasp a large ______(词汇) so that you can read fast．
54．Do you know the______ (深度) of the lake?
55．The largest landmass is usually divided into two ______ (大洲) along the Ural Mountains．
56．The work was so p______ done that we were all satisfied.
57．She p______ listening to music to reading．
58．They were good friends and never q______ with each other.
59．He has to work day and night to s______ this large family.
60．R ______ by his classmates, he was made monitor of the class.
you can answer that question quickly．In 1900
the world use of paper are about one kilogram
for an each person in a year．Now in some countries
a person may use as much as 50 kilos of papers．The
amount of paper country uses shows how advanced
the country is, some people say．It is difficult to
say whether it's true or not: different people means
different things by a word “advanced”But countries
like USA, UK, and Swede use more paper than others.