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2016中考英语阅读理解专题训练(含答案)

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训练(一)
(A)
Dick lived in England. One day in January he said to his wife, "I'm going to fly to New York next week because I've got some work there." "Where are you going to stay there?" his wife asked. "I don't know yet." Dick answered. "Please send me your address from there in a telegram," his wife said. "All right," Dick answered.
   He flew to New York on January 31st and found a nice hotel in the center of the city. He put his things in his room and then he sent his wife a telegram. He put the address of his hotel in it.
   In the evening he didn't have any work, so he went to a cinema. He came out at nine o'clock and said, "Now I should return to my hotel and have a nice dinner."
   He found a taxi and the driver said, "Where do you want to go?" But Dick didn't remember the name and address of his hotel.
   "Which hotel are my things in?" he said, "And what am I going to do tonight?" But the driver of the taxi did not know. So Dick got out and went into a post office. There he sent his wife another telegram, and in it he wrote, "__________"
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “return” in the passage most probably means ________.
      A. go back     B. give back      C. come back
(   ) 2. Dick flew to New York because __________.
 A. he went there for a holiday     B. he had work there     C. his home was there
(   ) 3. Why did his wife want a telegram from him?
 A. Because she didn’t know his address.  
 B. Because she wanted to go to New York, too.
 C. Because she couldn‘t leave her husband by himself in New York.
(   ) 4. Which of the following is NOT TRUE?
  A. Dick stayed at a nice hotel in the center of the city.
  B. Dick didn’t work on the first night of his arrival.
  C. Dick forgot to send his wife a telegram.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
 A. I will have a nice dinner with you, dear.
 B. Please send me my address at this post office.
 C. Look after yourself well at home
(B)
THE LATEST FILMS IN DIFFERENT CINEMAS

 

Film  
Mr. Peabody
Sherman 
The Monuments
Men 
Black Coal,
Thin Ice 
Boonie Bears:
To the Rescue
Cinema Hua Chen Cinema Wan Da Cinema Harbin Cinema Children’s Cinema
Director Rob Minkoff George Clooney Diao Yinan Ding Liang
Time 13 : 40 —15 : 12 8 : 00 — 9 : 48 11 : 00 —12 : 46  14 : 00 —15 : 35
Price (¥) 45 55 50 25
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. In the above tables which film is the most expensive? 
 A. Mr. Peabody Sherman  
 B. The Monuments Men    
 C. Boonie Bears: To the Rescue
(   ) 7. Xiao Ming is 10 years old, he finishes school at 13:40. Which film can he watch?
       A. Mr. Peabody Sherman  
 B. The Monuments Men    
 C. Boonie Bears: To the Rescue
(   ) 8. If you only have 80 yuan and you want to see two films and buy something to eat during watching. 
       Which two you will choose?
       A. Mr. Peabody Sherman and Boonie Bears: To the Rescue    
 B. The Monuments Men and Black Coal, Thin Ice   
 C.The Monuments Men and Boonie Bears: To the Rescue
(   ) 9. If you want to see a Chinese film which one do you want to choose?
       A. Mr. Peabody Sherman      
 B. The Monuments Men    
 C. Black Coal, Thin Ice
(   ) 10. Which is TRUE according to the chart?
       A. Boonie Bears: To the Rescue is the cheapest of all
       B. The Monuments Men is directed by a Chinese director
       C. People can see the movie Mr. Peabody Sherman at Harbin Cinema
(C)
In the morning, we went camping along a path in Green Natural Park. We were happy because it was a sunny day. We were expecting an enjoyable two - day holiday. On the way, we kept singing and making jokes.
However, in the afternoon, when we finished our picnic at one o’clock, it was dark and windy. Soon, there was a shower. Unluckily, none of us brought an umbrella. We ran about but we could find no place to hide.
Twenty minutes passe d and it was still raining. There were hours to go before we reached the camp site (营地). It was even worse that our small compass showed that we went to the wrong way. We had lost our way!
We had to make a quick decision as it was raining heavily. Chris said we could set up a tent to hide in, so Mary and Tom helped to set up the tent. Chris and I tried to make a fire to keep us warm. But we were unable to light the fire, as everything was wet. We dried ourselves, chatted and waited inside the tent. At about five o’clock, it stopped raining. We decide to give up the camping trip because all of us had been very tired.
This camping trip may not be very successful but we know each other better. And the most important thing I’ve learned from this trip is the importance of team spirit.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The writer went camping for an enjoyable two - hour holiday.
(   ) 12. It was even worse that they had no food to have a picnic.
(   ) 13. Chris suggested that they should set up a tent in the rain.
(   ) 14. From the passage we know they ran about to dry themselves.
(   ) 15. We know that the writer has learned the importance of working together from the trip.
(D)
The world itself is becoming much smaller by using modern traffic and modern communication means. Life today is much easier than it was hundreds of years ago, but it has brought new problems. One of the biggest is pollution. To pollute means to make things dirty. Pollution comes in many ways. We see it, smell it, drink it and even hear it.
Man has been polluting the earth. The more people, the more pollution. Many years ago, the problem was not so serious because there were not so many people. When the land was used up or the river was dirty in one place, many moved to another place. But this is no longer true. Man is now slowly polluting the whole world.
Air pollution is still the most serious. It’s bad for all living things in the world, but it is not the only one kind of pollution. Water pollution kills our fish and pollutes our drinking water. Noise pollution makes us angry more easily.
Many countries are making rules to fight pollution. They stop people from burning coal (煤) in houses and factories in the city, and from putting dirty smoke into the air.
Pollution by SO2 is now the most dangerous kind of air pollution. It is caused by heavy traffic. If there are less people who drive, we will make our world less polluted.
The earth is our home. We must take care of it. That means keeping the land, water and air clean. And we must take care of the rise in population at the same time.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. From the passage we know that ________ kinds of pollution mentioned in the passage.
   A. two    B. three    C. four
(   )17. The underlined word “means” in the passage means “________” in Chinese.
   A. 意义    B. 方式    C. 含义
(   ) 18. From the passage we know that ________ is not a kind of pollution in our life.
   
               A.                          B.                          C.
(   ) 19. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
   A. We don’t have to take care of the rise in population at the same time.
   B. Life hundreds of years ago is much easier than today.
   C. Water pollution kills our fish and pollutes our drinking water.
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage should be ________.
   A. TECHNOLOGY AND POLLUTION
   B. THE EARTH, THE MOON AND THE SUN
   C. WAER, AIR AND SOUND


训练(二)
(A)
One evening, it was raining and the wind was blowing hard. An old couple came to a small hotel and wanted to stay there for the night. A young man welcomed them warmly, but said “I’m sorry! Our rooms here are all full and the hotels nearby are all full too, for there will be an important meeting held here tomorrow.”
Hearing the young man’s words, the old couple felt very disappointed, and turned around to leave.
Just as they were leaving, the young man came up to them and stopped them: “Madam and sir, if you don’t mind, you can sleep in my bedroom for a night…”
The next morning, the old couple took out lots of money to give it to the young man, but he refused to take it.
“No! You needn’t pay me any money, for I only lend my room to you.” said the young man with a smile on his face.
“You’re great, young man! It’s very kind of you. Maybe one day, I’ll build a hotel for you!” said the old man. With these words, the old couple left. The young man only laughed and went on working.
Several years later, the young man got a letter from the old couple, inviting him to go to Manhattan. The young man met the old couple in front of a five-star hotel.
“Do you still remember what I said to you several years ago? Look! ________” said the old man. Soon, the young man became the manager of the hotel.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “couple” in the passage most probably means ________.
 A. family     B. husband and wife     C. double
(   ) 2. It’s clear t hat ________.
    A. all the hotels were too small  
 B. a meeting would be held  
 C. the rooms were very dirty    
(   ) 3. The young man only laughed because he thought________.
    A. he didn’t like the gift     
 B. the old man was too poor
 C. the couple thought too much of it 
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TURE?
    A. We should be kind-hearted to others. 
 B. We’d better be polite to old couples.  
    C. Old couples are rich to help young people.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. This is the hotel that I built for you!
      B. Here is all the money for you!
      C. We rebuilt your hotel for you!
(B)

 


Name 
Cao Xueqin 
Bing Xin 
William
Shakespeare 
Aesop
Age 1715 - 1763 1900 - 1999 1564 - 1616 620BC – 560BC
What is famous for Novels Children’s works Poems and plays Stories
Works Dream of Red Chamber Stars and Spring Water Hamlet
Romeo and Juliet Aesop’s Fables
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. Cao Xueqin was ________ years old when he died.
    A. fifty – eight     B. forty – eight     C. thirty – eight
(   ) 7. William Shakespeare was famous for his ________.
    A. novels     B. stories       C. poems and plays
(   ) 8. ________ famous works are Stars and Spring Water.
   A. Cao Xueqin’s     B. Bing Xin’s      C. Aesop’s
(   ) 9. ________ lived in the oldest time.
    A. Aesop      B. Cao Xueqin       C. William Shakespeare
(   ) 10. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the form?
       A. Bing Xin lived 50 yers longer than Cao Xueqin
       B. William Shakespeare died in 1616.
       C. The writer of klHamlet is William Shakespeare.
(C)
One afternoon, I took a trip to an art museum while waiting for my husband to finish a business meeting. I was looking forward to watching some great paintings quietly.
A young couple (夫妻) was talking loudly while they are looking at the paintings in front of me. I watched them a moment. I felt bored because of their talking about the art. So I moved on.
I met them several times as I moved through those rooms of art. Each time I heard her voice, I moved away at once.
I was standing at the museum shop buying some post - cards when the couple walked to the exit.
“He’s a brave man,” said the shop assistant. “Most of us would give up if we were blinded at such a young age. But he and his wife come in whenever there’s a new art show.”
It explained the talk! A sudden sense of shame (羞愧) came to my heart for what I was thinking just now. “But what does he get out of the art?” I asked.
“His wife describes each painting so he can see it in his head.”
I saw the patience of a young wife describing paintings to a person who can’t see the courage of a husband who would not allow blindness change his love towards art. And I felt the love shared by the two as I watched them walking away holding each other’s hands.
根据短文内容判断正、误。 (注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The writer feel bored in the beginning when hearing the woman’s talking.
(   ) 12. The writer wanted to enjoy some great paintings with her husband.
(   ) 13. The woman kept talking when she and her husband bought some postcards.
(   ) 14. The man had to explain each painting to his blind wife.
(   ) 15. The passage shows us patience, courage and love.
(D)
There have been many6 great inventions that have changed the way we live. the fir st great invention was one that is still very important today - the wheel. This made it easier to carry heavy things and to travel long distances. For hundreds of years after that, there were few inventions that had as much effect as the wheel did.
In the second half of the 19th century, many great inventions were made. among them were the camera, the light and the radio. These are all a big part of our lives today. In the first half of the 20th century, we saw more great inventions. For example, the helicopter in 1909, movies with sound in 1926, the computer in 1928, and jet planes in 1930. This was also a time when a new material was first made. Nylon was made in 1935. It changed the kinds of clothes people wore.
By this time, most people had a very good life. People had a desire to explore the world again. People knew a lot about the earth, but they didn’t know much about the universe. They began looking for ways to go into space. Russia made the first step. Then the United States took the second step. Since then other countries, including China and Japan have done so too.
In 1969, man took his biggest step from the earth. Two Americans walked on the moon. This is certainly just the beginning, too. New inventions will some day allow us to do things we have never yet dreamed of.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “universe” in the passage means “________” in Chinese.
A. 全人类    B. 星球    C. 宇宙
(   ) 17. The wheel ________.
A. isn’t very important today
B. made it easier to carry heavy things
C. changed the way people think
(   ) 18. According to the time that things were invented, ________ shows the right order.
                          
             a                            b                            c
A. a → b → c     B. b → a → c     C. a → c → b
(   ) 19. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage?
   A. The helicopter was invented in the 19th century.
   B. Four countries that have taken steps in space research are mentioned in the passage.
   C. Nylon changed the kinds of clothes people wore.
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage would be _________.
A. GO INTO THE SPACE    B. GREAT INVENTIONS    C. GREAT INVENTORS

训练(三)
(A)
    Jess really felt very happy. When he arrived at his seat in the classroom that morning, he found an invitation on his desk. It was from several of his classmates asking him to join them on a camping trip. This was the first time he was asked to join in an out-of-school activity. Why were they asking him now? Nobody seemed to like him. In fact, he was always being so lonely that he drowned (淹没) his feeling with food. As a result, he came to put on a lot of weight, and this gave the kids something more to make fun of him.
Cindy, who was standing near Jess when he read the invitation, went out quickly to say, “________ ” Everyone was pleased that Jess thought that was true. But there was no camping trip. The whole thing was made up.
At first,Cindy thought it was fun.But later, when Jess told her that he w as going to buy a sleeping bag with his savings, Cindy had a second idea. She knew that Jess's family had little money, and she hated to see him spend his savings on something he would never use. Cindy also hated to tell Jess the truth. Her close friends would be angry with her. What could she do now?
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined words “make fun of” in the passage most probably means ________.
 A. be proud of   B. make friends with   C. laugh at
(   ) 2. What would happen if Cindy told Jess the truth?
 A. Jess would go on the camping trip himself.
 B. Jess would be thankful to his classmates.
 C. Cindy might have trouble with her friends.
(   ) 3. If Jess really bought a sleeping bag, ________.
 A. everyone else would also buy one
 B. it would be the best in the class
 C. he would have it for no use
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
 A. Everybody would go camping in the class
 B. Jess had few friends in the class
 C. Jess joined in many out-of-school activities
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
 A. It’s time for us to get ready for our camping trip. 
 B. We are not supposed to do so.
 C. The trick was working.
(B)
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Swimming 
Diving 
Boating
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根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. If you don’t want to pay any money for sports in this sports center, you can ________.
     A. go swimming      B. go surfing      C. go boating
(   ) 7. Of all the sports in this sports center, ________ is the most expensive.
    A. diving     B. surfing      C. boating
(   ) 8. Mr. Brown plans to learn diving, he can call ________ to get information.
    A. 82742254 – 3001    B. 82742254 – 3018    C. 82742254 – 3025
(   ) 9. You can’t go diving at ________, though you like it very much.
    A. 8:30 a.m.     B. 3 p.m.      C. 9 a.m.
(   ) 10. Which sentence is NOT TRUE according to the information above?
    A. You can learn how to swim in the sports center.
    B. If a person hires a board for surfing for 4 hours, he will pay¥60.
    C. Boat for diving leaves only for twice every day.
(C)
One day a man found a cocoon (茧) of a butterfly in the forest. He sat there for several hours and watched the butterfly. Suddenly a small hole appeared, and the butterfly tries to make its body through that little hole. Then it seemed to stop making any progress. It appeared as if it could not go on coming out.
So the man de cided to help the butterfly. He cut off the rest of the cocoon so that the butterfly could come out easily. But to his surprise, the butterfly got a heavy body and very small wings when it came out of the cocoon.
The man continued to watch the butterfly because he expected that the body would grow smaller at any moment and the wings would become larger and be able to fly. But neither happened! In fact, the butterfly spent the rest of its life crawling (爬) around with a heavy body and small wings. It was never able to fly.
The man was in his kindness, but he did not understand the nature rules. Before the butterfly came out of the cocoon, fluid (流体) from its body must be made into its wings, and then it would be ready for flying. It must have a hard struggle (拼搏) to get through the small opening to get its freedom (自由) from the cocoon.
If God allowed us to go through our life without any difficulties, it would make us fail. We would not be as strong as we could have been; we could never “fly” in our lif e.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. A butterfly was struggling to get out of its cocoon at the beginning.
(   ) 12. The man cut off the rest of the cocoon to kill the butterfly.
(   ) 13. After the butterfly came out, the wings became bigger and bigger.
(   ) 14. We know that the butterfly could fly among the trees at last.
(   ) 15. From the passage we know that struggles are sometimes necessary in our life.
(D)
You need 3D glasses to see some films. I think it is easy to make your own 3D glasses instead of buying them.
There are two ways to make 3D glasses. You can decide which way would be easier for you.
The first way seems like the cheaper way but the things needed to make the glasses this way may not be things laying around the house. First print out (打印) a template (模板) for the glasses in http // paperprojext. org / PDF - files / 3dglasses. pdf.
After you cut out the template, cut your cellophane (玻璃纸) to fit the holes in the glasses. Make sure you place the red cellophane on the left eye and the blue on the right. You can either stick our tape t he cellophane in place. You are now ready to use your glasses.
To learn more about why your eyes see different colors, read this article:
To learn more about why your eyes see different colors, read this article:
http: // nzphoto. tripod. com / sterea / anahpyphs. hitm JHJredcyan.
To learn some more cool things about your eyes, check out the games at this link:
http: // facutly. wahington. edu / chudler / chvision. html.
Another way you can make 3D glasses is to find an old pair of sunglasses. Take out the lenses (镜片). Get a piece of clear plastic and place the lenses on it, draw a line around the lens and then cut the new plastic lens out. Place the plastic lenses back into the sunglasses frame. Color the left lenses red with a marker and the right eye blue. You now are ready to watch 3D films.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “sunglasses frame” in the passage means “________” in Chinese.
   A. 眼镜腿     B. 眼镜框    C. 眼镜片
(   ) 17. The first way to make 3D glasses needs ________.
   A. to find an old pair of sunglasses
   B. to get two pieces of red cellophane prepared
   C. to log on to a website to print out a template
(   ) 18. Picture ________ shows what a pair of 3D glasses is according to the instructions.
             
              A.                           B.                         C.
(   ) 19. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
   A. If you want to know why our eyes see different colors, we find it at http: // facutly. wahington.   edu / chudler / chvision. html.
B. The writer thinks it’s easy to make 3D glasses.
C. The second way to make 3D glasses needs a new pair of sunglasses.
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage should be ________.
   A. 3D MOVIES ARE COMING TO US
   B. HOW TO MAKE 3D MOVIES
   C. 3D GLASSES CAN BE MADE ON YOUR OWN

训练(四)
(A)
   Tom arrived at the bus station quite early for Paris bus. The bus for Paris would not leave until five to twelve. He saw a lot of people waiting in the station. Some were standing in line, others were walking around. There was a group of schoolgirls. Their teacher was trying to keep them in line. Tom looked around but there was no place for him to sit.
He walked into the station cafe(咖啡馆). He looked up at the clock there. It was only twenty to twelve. He found a seat and sat down before a large mirror(镜子)on the wall. Just then, Mike, one of Tom's workmates came in and sat with Tom.
“What time is your bus?” asked Mike.
“There's plenty of time yet,” answered Tom.
“Well, I'll get you some more tea then,” said Mike.
They talked while drinking. Then Tom looked at the clock again.“Oh! It's going backward!” he cried. “A few minutes ago it was twenty to twelve and now it’s half past eleven.”
“________” said Mike. Tom was so sad. The next bus was not to 1eave for another hour. Since then Tom has never liked mirrors.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “backward” in the passage most probably means ________.
       A. forward     B. slowly     C. towards the back
(   ) 2. What time was it in fact when Tom looked at the clock while drinking?
 A. Half past twelve.  B. Twenty to twelve.  C. Half past eleven.
(   ) 3. From the story we know that when we look at a clock in a mirror, we will find ______.
 A. the time is right          B. it’s going slower  C. it’s going backward         
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
 A. The next bus would leave in half an hour.
 B. Tom looked at the clock in the mirror only once.
 C. After that Tom didn't like clocks any longer.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
    A. Don’t worry! There's plenty of time yet.
    B. You're looking at the clock in the mirror.
    C. There must be something wrong with the clock.
(B)

 

Name 

Geely Panda 

Volvo s40 

Tiguan 

BMW m1 

Buick Regal
Price
(Yuan) 45,000 358,000 230,000 1,200,000 210,000
Made in China Sweden China Germany China
Features Cute, small, suitable for young ladies Safe, large inside Big, suitable for people who love sports Fast, fashionable, suitable for young people Popular, large inside
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. The brand (品牌) of car made in ________ is the cheapest in the form.
    A. China       B. Sweden      C. Germany
(   ) 7. These five brands of cars are from ________ countries?
 A. five      B. three     C. four
(   ) 8. Mr. Green is a successful businessman. He has a big family. He wants to buy a car made in Europe.
       The car should be safe. So he should choose ________.
 A. Geely Panda     B. Volvo s40     C. BMW m1
(   ) 9. If Mr. Zhang earns (赚)¥40,000 one month, he wanted spend half of his salary (薪水) that he earns  
       in one year buying a car, which is large inside. He should choose ________.
    A. Volvo s40     B. BMW m1    C. Buick Regal
(   ) 10. Which of the following is TRUE according to the information above?
    A. Andy is a rich young man. He likes driving fast. He wants to buy a famous and fashionable car. 
           He can buy BMW m1
 B. Linda is a beautiful young lady. She has just found a job. She wants to buy a cute car. So she
      can choose Buick Regal.
 C. Johnson likes traveling and playing sports. He likes driving to the mountains to spend weekends
       with his friends. Geely Panda is his best choice.
(C)
Once upon a time there was a wise man who used to go to the seaside to do his writing. He had a habit of walking on the beach before he began his writing. One day he was walking along the seaside. As he looked down the beach, he saw a person moving like a dancer. He smiled to himself to think of someone who would dance to the day. So he began to walk faster to catch up.
As he got closer, he saw that it was a young man and the young man wasn’t dancing, but instead he was reaching down to the shore, picking up something and very gently throwing it into the ocean.
As he got closer he called out, “Good morning! What are you doing?”
The young man paused (停止), looked up and replied, “Throwing starfish (海星) into the ocean.”
“I guess I should have asked, why are you throwing starfish into the ocean?”
“The sun is up, and the tide (潮汐) is going out. And if I don’t throw them in time, they’ll die.”
“But, young man, don’t you know there are miles and miles of beach, and starfish are all along it? You can’t possibly make a difference!”
The young man listened politely. Then he bent down, picked another starfish and threw it into the sea, past the breaking waves and said, “It makes a difference for this one.”
From this story, we know there is something very special in each and every one of us. We all have the ability to make a difference. If we realize this ability, we can use it to shape our future.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The wise man had a habit of walking on the beach after his writing.
(   ) 12. The wise man saw the young man dancing in the sea.
(   ) 13. The young man stopped throwing starfish into the ocean after he heard the wise man’s words.
(   ) 14. The wise man thought there were a lot of starfish, the young man couldn’t possibly make a difference.
(   ) 15. From this story, we know if we find our special ability, we can use it to shape our future.
(D)
The moon isn’t round on the 15th of August but of the eighth month of Chinese.
The moon is seen because of the reflected (反射) light from the sun. When the moon is between the earth and the sun, we can only see the side of the mon not shone by the sun, except when a solar eclipse (日食) happens. As the moon goes ton around the earth from the west to the east and leave the middle place, we can see the bright part. Its like a letter “C” but is in an opposite directio n. This is called “new moon”. The opposite direction “C” becomes thicker and thicker with the moon moves on. When the earth is between the sun and the moon, because the earth and the moon are not on the same surface, the sunlight isn’t stopped by the earth. At this time, the moon is full, like a round silver plate. And then, it moves on and the part shone by the sun becomes smaller and smaller until it looks like a “C”, which is called “old moon”, And the “C” becomes thinner and thinner until it again moves to the place between the sun and the earth. Then another round begins. Chinese people have a kind of calendar (历法) according to the movement of the moon called lunar calendar (阴历), its 15th and 16th day is the time of “full moon”. The fist day of a lunar month is the time of the “new moon”, the ending, “old moon”. Usually the beginning of the lunar month is just the middle days of the solar calendar (阳历,公历), so never expect to see a bright moon on the 15th day of a solar calendar month.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. According to the passage, we know ________.
   A. Chinese don’t use the same calendar as most people of the world.
   B. The moon doesn’t have its own light.
   C. “New moon” appears at the beginning of January.
(   ) 17. The underlined word “surface” means ________ in Chinese.
   A. 平面     B. 直线     C. 表面
(   ) 18. Which shows the change of the moon if we watch it every day since May 31?
                          
                a                           b                          c
A. b → c → a      B. b → a → c     C. a → c → b
(   ) 19. Which is TRUE according to the passage?
   A. The moon can never be seen by us when it is between the earth and the sun.
   B. When the earth is between the moon and the sun, the moon cant get sunlight.
   C. Chinese lunar calendar is made according to the movement of the moon.
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage should be ________.
   A. HOW THE MOON CHANGES WITH THE TIME
   B. THE LUNAR CALENDAR AND THE SOLAR CALENDAR
   C. WHEN CAN WE SEE THE MOON
 


训练(五)
(A)
I was very disappointed not to be able to go to the jazz concert last Friday. The notice in the paper said that people could buy tickets at the theater box office in Richland Hills any day between 10:30 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. Since I work from 9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m, the only time I could go to the theater was during my 45-minute  lunch break. Unluckily, the theater is on the other side of the town, and the bus service between my office and Richland Hills is not very good. But if I am lucky, I can make the round trip in 45 minutes.
    Last Monday, I stood at the bus stop for fifteen minutes waiting for the bus. By the time I saw one come around the corner, there was not enough time left to make the trip. So I gave up and went back to the office. The same thing happened on Tuesday, and again on Wednesday. On Thursday, my luck changed. I got on a bus right away. When I got there, however, I found a long line of people at the box office. I heard one man say he had been waiting in line for over an hour. I knew I would not have enough time to wait in line. So I caught the next bus and went back across the town. By Friday I decided to make the trip by taxi. It was expensive, but I felt the concert would be worth hearing. The trip by taxi only took 10 minutes, but it felt like an hour to me. When I got to the theatre, I was relieved to see that nobody was waiting in line. However, the reason, I quickly found the words on the board, “_________ ”
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “relieved” in the passage most probably means ________.
      A. nervous        B. sorry         C. pleased 
(   ) 2. The writer tried to go to the theater every day but successfully got there only ________.
      A. twice                     B. three times     C. four times                   
(   ) 3. If lucky, the writer could spend about ________ on the trip to the theater from his office by bus.
      A. forty-five minutes       B. twenty minutes     C. ten minutes                   
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TURE?
      A. The writer enjoyed himself in the theatre
      B. The writer was angry at the bus service
      C. The writer was sad at missing the concert
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
    A. We have already sold out all the tickets.
    B. Welcome to enjoy the nice concert.
    C. The people who want to buy tickets should stand in line.
(B)

Festivals
By China Daily Mar. 31st
Symbol         
Name Chinese New Year Thanksgiving Day Boy’s Day Halloween Christmas Day
Date January or February The 4th Thursday in November May 5th  October 31st  December 25th
Country China The USA Japan The USA Western countries
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. Thanksgiving Day often comes on ________.
    A. the second Thursday in October
   B. the third Thursday in December
    C. the fourth Thursday in November
(   ) 7. Of all the festivals below, ________ comes last in a year.
   A. Christmas Day     B. Boy’s Day      C. Halloween
(   ) 8. The symbol of Chinese New Year is ________.
    A. turkey     B. dumplings    C. trees
(   ) 9. There are ________ festivals in the USA in the form.
    A. 2     B. 3      C. 4
(   ) 10. From the form we know that people are celebrating a festival in ________.
    A. China      B. the USA      C. Japan
(C)
Long ago a kind farmer with the name of Fred lived in a small old house happily together with his gentle wife, Doris, who couldn’t see anything at the age of five.
One cold winter night, the Luck Fairy (仙女) visited them while they were eating some bread in the dim(昏暗的)light.
“Fred, you’re so kind. I’d like to give you a wish. It’s my pleasure to satisfy you,” said the Luck Fairy. “A wish?” Fred and Doris asked, standing hand in hand and smiling at each other. Then Fred answered, “Thanks, Luck Fairy. We’re living a happy life.” “We are no longer young, but we still work in the field from morning to night every day. We enjoy ourselves,” said Doris.
“You work very hard but you make so little money. Would you like some gold coins to buy a comfortable house?” asked the Luck Fairy. “Oh no, my dear Luck  Fairy. We love our small old house. We have lived here for a long time,” answered Fred, without a moment’s hesitation (犹豫). “We are happy to work and live together all the time. That’s enough,” Doris agreed.
The couple were quite different from other people the Luck Fairy had ever met. She appreciated(欣赏) them very much. She disappeared, saying, “I wish you a happy life forever.”
Many years later, the couple lived happily as usual It seemed to others that they were the happiest in the world.
Satisfaction is a kind of feeling that needs to be experienced from  inside. It‘s very important to be satisfied with what you’ve got If you enjoy the pleasure of the simple life, good luck will follow you.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. Doris couldn’t see anything when she was five.
(   ) 12. The couple were too old to work in the field when they met the Luck Fairy.
(   ) 13. They bought a comfortable house with the help of the Luck Fairy.
(   ) 14. The Luck Fairy wanted to satisfy the couple’s wish because they were not rich.
(   ) 15. From the story, we should learn to enjoy all the satisfactions (满足) from the simple life.
(D)
 In 2013, IPhone5 came upon the stage of all over the world , which is the 5th generation(代) iphone since the first generation appeared 6 years ago. It is like a real super star and attracts everyone. In fact, iPhone is more than just a phone. It makes many powerful functions in one. that means you can make calls, listen to music , take photos ,check E-mails and do many things you like on your iphone, for over 150 thousand programs can be downloaded in the Apple Store . All that and more makes iphone4 the best phone you’ll ever use.
    Different from other traditional mobile phones, you can just find a home button on iphones, Of course, no keyboard can be seen when you don’t need to telephone or send short messages, but when you move your finger on the touchscreen(触摸屏), the whole world is in your hand!
    The touchscreen of the iPhone is based on the technology of Capacitive(电容)screen. When the screen is touched, the charge (电荷) from the human body can affect the charge from the capacitive screen which is behind the surface screen, and pull a small amount of charge of the touch point, creating a voltage(电压) hill, then the charge from four corners of the capacitive screen runs to the voltage hill. So the CPU can deal with the place you touch. Because of this, capacitive screen can be controlled with very light touches of a finger or even two but generally cannot be used by a gloved hand. Because most gloves stop the necessary charge.This kind of touchscreens is widely used on other Apple’s products such as itouch and ipad.
No one can doubt that iphone is as popular as Lady Gaga, What surprise can be given by Apple and what can change everything again?
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “function” in the passage means “_______”in Chinese.
A.功能                  B.功率             C. 像素
(   ) 17. When sending short messages with a traditional mobile phone , ________.
  A. no keyboard can be used
  B. it can only be controlled by a gloved hand
C. other buttons may be used besides home button
(   ) 18. Picture _________shows how the iphone’s touchscreen works 
A.   B.    C.  
(   ) 19. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. The first generation iphone was sold in 2007
B. Only 150 thousand programs can be downloaded in the Apple Store
C. People use traditional keyboard to type on both itouch and ipad
(   ) 20. What’s the best title for this passage?
    A. HOW TO USE IPHONE
   B. IPHONE AND ITS TOUCHSCREEN
    C. LADY GAGA’S IPHONE

训练(六)
(A)
    One day Bill went to eat at a restaurant in Honolulu (火奴鲁鲁). Suddenly a young woman sat down beside him and said, “Excuse me. May I just sit here for a moment?”. Bill couldn't think what she wanted. She did not look very happy. Bill asked her what was wrong. "The problem is..." she began, but then she stopped. She did not find it easy to tell Bill about it, it seemed.
    "My husband and I wanted to meet here for lunch at 12:00, "she said at last," but he hasn't appeared until now."
    "Well, don't you know where he is? Can you ring him up?" Bill said.
    "No, I can't, "said the woman." And I've had lunch now and I can't pay the bill, because I haven’t got any money with me."
    "Never mind, I’ll pay the bill for you. You can pay me back later." Bill said.
     "If you give me your address, I’ll send you the money as soon as I get home." With these words, she left the restaurant.
    A few weeks later, when Bill was having lunch at another restaurant, he suddenly heard a familiar woman’s voice. "________ "
    Bill turned round. It was the same young woman again. This time she was talking to a man with gray hair at a table not far from the gate. Bill smiled at the woman and got up from his chair and walked across the room.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “familiar” in the passage most probably means ________.
      A. kind        B. strange         C. know well
(   ) 2. One day Bill came to a restaurant to ________.
 A. have lunch        B. have breakfast  C. pay for the woman
(   ) 3. Bill was very happy to pay for her because ________.
     A. he was very rich
     B. he thought she would return the money to him very soon
 C. she was very beautiful
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TURE?
     A. The woman went to another restaurant to meet her husband another day
     B. The woman wanted to find Bill and return his money
     C. The woman always tried to ask others to pay the hill for her
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
  A. Would you like to have a drink with me?
  B. I will pay for you if you don’t mind.
  C. Excuse me. May I just sit here for a moment?
(B)

DIFFERENT FESTIVALS IN 2013

 

Festival 
Christmas
Day 
Mid – autumn Day 
Mother’s
Day 
Spring
Festival 
Thanksgiving Day
Date December
25th  September
19th  May
12th  February
10th to 24th  November
28th
Meaning Celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ Get – together happily Show Love for Mothers Welcome the New Year’s Coming Be grateful for all we have got
Time Since 440 A.D. Since Tang Dynasty Since 1914 Since 4000 years ago Since 1789
Food  Moon cakes  Dumplings Turkey
Symbol Christmas Tree Full Moon Carnations﹡ Couplets﹡ Turkey
Word box: Carnations: 康乃馨Couplets: 对联
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. There are ________ Chinese traditional festivals of all.
    A. two     B. three     C. four
(   ) 7. Mother’s Day is celebrated in ________ and Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in ________.
    A. spring; winter     B. summer; winter     C. spring; autumn
(   ) 8. People have been celebrating ________ for forty centuries.
    A. Christmas Day    B. the Spring Festival    C. Thanksgiving Day
(   ) 9. Which of the following is TRUE according to the information in the form?
   A. 2013 was the year of dragon.
   B. People celebrate Christmas Day in honor of the birthday of Jesus Christ.
   C. People look at the full moon and eat moon cakes to celebrate the Spring Festival.
(   ) 10. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the information in the form?
   A. People bought mothers some carnations to show love for their mothers on May 12th, 2013.
    B. Christmas Day has a longer history than Thanksgiving Day.
   C. 2013 Chinese Spring Festival lasted fourteen days.
(C)
The day before Father’s Day, Mrs. Rita asked her students to make a card for their fathers. She handed out paper and pieces of cloth.
Maria looked at the blue cloth for a while and began to cut it. Then she folded (折叠) her paper in half and began writing. When Maria finally looked at the message that the teacher gave on the paper, she noticed something else. She felt her face grow hot. She hadn’t heard that anyone who didn’t have a father could make one for a grandfather or an uncle.
As her teacher walked to her, Maria tried covering her card with her ar m, but Mrs. Rita gently lifted it so that she could read it. Maria sat still, waiting for her to say something, but she saw a tear roll (滚落) down Mrs. Rita’s face. She had never made Mrs. Rita so upset.
When school was over, Maria waited until all the other kids left so that she could apologize. “I’m sorry for not listening. I’ll make another card if you want. I’ll do it at home and bring it tomorrow.
“What are you talking about?” asked Mrs. Rita.
“My Father’s Day card. I know you’re unhappy because I didn’t do it right.”
“Maria, it was the best card in the whole class. It was so sweet that it made me cry.”
Maria was so happy that she ran out of the classroom.
When her mom came home from work that night, Maria decided to give her the card early.
On the front of the card was a drawing of Maria’s mom, with a blue piece of cloth cut like her hair. Inside the card she had written:
Dear Mom,
I know you work really hard to be not only a mommy but a daddy. I want to thank you and wish you a happy Father’s Day!
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. Maria didn’t start to make her card until she read the message that the teacher gave on the paper.
(   ) 12. Maria wasn’t told that she could make a card for her grandfather or her uncle.
(   ) 13. Maria wanted to apologize because she thought that her card made Mrs. Rita upset.
(   ) 14. There was a drawing and some thankful sentences for Maria’s mom on the front of the card.
(   ) 15. Nobody else’s card was better than Maria’s in the whole class in her teacher’s eyes.
(D)
A learning style is a way of learning. YOUR preferred learning style is the way in which YOU learn best. Three learning styles that are often discovered in students are Type 1 ---the Auditory Learning Style, Type2---the Tactile Learning Style, and Type 3 –the Visual Learning Style.
Type 1: Auditory Learners learn best when information is presented in an auditory language form. Does listening to audio tapes help you learn better? Do you seem to learn best in classes in which special importance is given to teacher lectures and class discussions? Do you find yourself reading aloud or talking things out to get a better understanding? If YES, you are probably an Auditory Learner.
Type 2: Tactile Learners learn best in hands-on learning settings in which they can physically control something in order to learn about it. Do you learn best when you can move about the handle things? Do you do well in classes in which there is a lab part? Do you learn better when you have a real object in your hands rather than a picture of the object or a spoken or written description of it? If YES, you are probably a Tactile Learner.
Type 3: Visual Learners learn best when information is presented in a written language form or in another visual form such as pictures or maps. Do you do best in classes in which teachers do a lot of writing on the blackboard, provide clear handouts(课堂讲义), and make wide use of a projector above the head? Do you try to remember information by creating pictures in your mind? Do you take detailed written notes from your textbooks and in class? If YES, you are probably a Visual Learner.
Your learning style is your strength. Go with it whenever you can. When you can choose a class, try to choose one that draws heaviest on your learning style. When you can choose a teacher, try to choose one whose teaching method best matches your learning style. When you choose a major and future career, keep your learning style firmly in mind.
根据文章选择正确答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “projector” in the passage means “____________” in Chinese.
           A. 投影      B. 景色    C. 感觉
(   ) 17. Which of the following pictures explains the description of Type 2?
              A.         B.        C. 
(   ) 18. If you are an Auditory Learner, you are probably interested in ______.
          A. class discussions    B. clear handouts    C. written notes  
(  ) 19. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Learners of Type 1 learn best when they listen more and talk less in class.
B. Learners of Type 2 prefer written descriptions to real objects in their hands.
C. Learners of any type need to choose classes which match their learning style.
(   ) 20. According to the passage, what is the passage talking about?
A. Learning styles help us to realize our future dreams.
B. Choosing the beset learning style really helps us a lot.
C. Knowing about ourselves in learning styles is important.

训练(七)
(A)
  One day Jack’s wife was cleaning out a closet(壁橱).
  “Look at all these umbrellas,” she said to Jack. “There are eight and they are all broken.”
  “I’ll take them to the umbrella shop and have them fixed,” Jack said.
  Jack took the eight umbrellas to the shop and left them there. “They’ll be ready tomorrow,” the shopkeeper said.
  That evening Jack went home from the office by bus as usual. He sat next to an old woman. She had an umbrella on the floor near her.
  When the bus reached his stop, he picked up her umbrella and stood up. “Hey!” the woman said. “That’s my umbrella!”
  “I’m sorry,” Jack said, and at the same time he gave the umbrella to her. “I wasn’t thinking. Please excuse me.”
  The next day he got back the umbrellas from the umbrella shop and got on the bus.
  As he sat down, a voice behind him said, “________”
  He turned around and saw the woman whose umbrella had almost been taken by him the day before.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “fixed” in the passage most probably means ________.
      A. solved        B. mended         C. thrown away
(   ) 2. ________ had the broken umbrellas mended in the umbrella shop.
    A. Jack’s wife        B. Jack         C. The shopkeeper   
(   ) 3. The next day Jack saw the woman ________.
       A. in the shop        B. at home       C. on the bus
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
 A. Jack bought eight umbrellas from the shop again. 
 B. The woman’s umbrella was Jack’s.
 C. The woman thought Jack was a thief.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
  A. You certainly have a successful day!
  B. Hey! They are all my umbrellas.
  C. Have the shopkeeper fixed your umbrellas?
(B)
Famous Museums

 

Name     
 The Palace Museum British Museum New York Museum
Country China the UK the USA
Address Chang’an Street, Beijing New Oxford Street, London Chestnut Street, New York
Feature The largest ancient palace buildings with many kinds of collections in China One of the largest museums with collections of any time and any area in the world America’s largest museum on American history
Ticket ¥60 (Spring & Summer)
¥40 (Autumn & Winter) Free Monday Free
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. As one of the largest museums in the world, British Museum is in ________.
A. Beijing  B. London  C. New York
(   ) 7. New York Museum is America’s largest museum on American ________.
A. buildings  B. collections  C. history
(   ) 8. The Palace Museum, which is in the center of Beijing, is also called “Forbidden City(紫禁城)” in China. It lies in ________.
A. Chang’an Street  B. New Oxford Street  C. Chestnut Street
(   ) 9. According to the form, if you want to see ancient Chinese collections, you can visit ________ at most.
A. one museum  B. two museums  C. three museums
(   ) 10. Which of the following is TRUE according to the information above?
 A. Each ticket for the Palace Museum costs the same in the whole year.
 B. You don’t have to pay for tickets if you visit New York Museum on Monday.
 C. British Museum lies in Chestnut Street, London.
(C)
On a cold winter afternoon, I was walking home from a supermarket. I was feeling a little tired, as I was carrying my shopping bags the gate of the park. I noticed a poor man walking out of the restaurant in front of me. He held a paper bag with his dirty hand. He walked to a nearby dustbin(垃圾箱) and started looking through it.
    I suddenly felt sorry. I know this man would take all that he could get. so come up to him and gave some fruit to him. The man, with wrinkles(皱纹) on his face, looked up in surprise and took what I gave him.
    A big smile appeared on his face and I felt very pleased. Then he said. “Wow! First someone gave me this sandwich, then this drink, and now some delicious fruit. This is my daughter’s lucky day, Thank you, boy.” Then he went away, singing a song.
    Just then, I realized what the saying “Giving is getting” really meant. Everyone in the world needs help. Everyone can offer help and everyone will be helped by showing kindness, Giving sometimes doesn’t cost you much, but if means a lot to the people who you help.
    The man’s happiness at that moment comes into my mind every time I have the chance to help others.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意: 正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The writher was walking towards the gate of the park with some shopping bags when he met the poor man.
(   ) 12. On a cold winter afternoon, the poor man stopped to have a rest in the park.
(   ) 13. The poor man looked through the dustbin for his lost watch.
(   ) 14. The poor man thanked the writer and ate the fruit himself.
(   ) 15. From the passage we learn that we should help others because “giving” is “getting”.
(D)
The world itself is becoming much  smaller by using modern traffic and modern communication means . Life today is much easier than it was hundreds of years ago, but it has brought new problems. One of the biggest is pollution. To pollute means to make things dirty. Pollution comes in many ways. We see it, smell it, drink it and even hear it.
Man has been polluting the earth. The more people, the more pollution. Many years ago, the problem was not so serious because there were not so many people. When the land was used up or the river was dirty in one place, man moved to another place. But this is no longer true. Man is now slowly polluting the whole world.
Air pollution is still the most serious. It's bad for all living things in the world, but it is not the only one kind of pollution. Water pollution kills our fish and pollutes our drinking water. Noise pollution makes us angry more easily.
Many countries are making rules to fight against pollution. They stop people from burning coal (煤) in houses and factories in the city, and from putting dirty smoke into the air.
Pollution by SO2 is now the most dangerous kind of air pollution. It is caused by heavy traffic. It is sure that if there are fewer people driving, there will be less air pollution.
The earth is our home. We must take care of it. That means keeping the land, water and air clean. And we must take care of the rise in population at the same time.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16.The underlined word “means” in the first paragraph means _______.
        A.含义              B.意思                C.方式
(   ) 17.According to the passage, which one is right?
A. Man is now slowly polluting some parts of the world.
B. The pollution of SO2  used to be the most dangerous problem of air pollution.
C. If there are more people driving ,there will be more air pollution.
 (   ) 18. ______ shows the most serious pollution in the world.
  A.    B.   C.
 (   ) 19. Pollution comes in many ways .We can even hear it. Here “it” means _________.
A. water pollution      B. air pollution        C. noise pollution
(   ) 20. What’s the main idea of the passage?
A. The world itself is becoming much smaller.
B. Many countries are making rules to fight against pollution.
C. The earth is our home. We must take care of it.

训练(八)
(A)
   Where is Love? How can we find Love?
    Once a little boy wanted to meet Love. He knew it was a long trip to where Love lived, so he got his things ready with some pizzas and drinks and started off. When he passed three streets, he saw an old woman sitting in the park and watching some birds. She looked very hungry. The boy gave her a pizza. She took it and smiled at him. The smile was so beautiful that he wanted to see it again, so he gave her a Coke. She smiled once again. The boy was very happy.
    They sat there all the afternoon, eating and smiling, but they said nothing. When it grew dark, the boy decided to leave. But before he had gone more than a few steps, he turned around, ran back to the old woman and gave her a hug. The woman gave him her biggest smile ever.
    When the boy opened the door of his house, his mother was astonished by the look of joy on his face and asked what had made him so happy. “I had lunch with Love. She has got the most beautiful smile in the world.” At the same time, the old woman’s son was also surprised at his mother’s pleasure and asked why.
    “________” she said, “And he is much younger than I expected.”
   If the world is full of love, we can enjoy a better life.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “astonished” in the passage most probably means ________.
       A. sad     B. surprised     C. disappointed
(   ) 2. The little boy gave the old woman a Coke because ________.
  A. the old woman still felt hungry     
 B. he wanted to see the smile again
    C. the old woman paid him for it
(   ) 3. The old woman gave the little boy the biggest smile ________.
    A. after the little boy went home       
 B. when she was drinking Coke
    C. after the little boy hugged her
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
    A. The little boy failed to find Love.
    B. Both the little boy and the old woman found what they wanted at last.
    C. The old woman gave the little boy a hug to thank him.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
        A. I ate a pizza in the park with Love.
       B. I met a man today.
        C. What a delicious pizza I ate today.
(B)
 
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. ________has the largest population among these countries.
 A. Italy  B. Australia  C. China
(   ) 7. If you want to visit Big Ben(大本钟), you should travel to ______
 A. Rome  B. London  C. Beijing
(   ) 8. You can visit _________ in the country with the smallest population.
 A. the Opera House  
 B. the Great Wall  
 C. the Leaning Tower of Pisa(比萨斜塔)
(   ) 9. From the form, you can find ________ in Western Europe.
 A. one country  B. two countries  C. three countries
(   ) 10. Which of the following is TRUE according to the information in the form?
 A. Australia and Britain aren’t English—speaking countries.
 B. Rome is a city in Southern Europe.
 C. Canberra is the capital of Italy.
(C)
Years ago, I lived in a building in a large city. The next building only was a few feet away from mine. There was a woman lived there, and I had never met her, yet I could see she sat by her window each afternoon, sewing  (缝纫) or reading.
After several months had gone by, I began to notice that her window was dirty. Everything was unclear through the dirty window. I would say to myself. “I wonder why that woman doesn’t wash her window. It really looks terrible.”
One bright morning I decided to clean my flat, including washing the window on the inside.
Late in the afternoon when I finished the cleaning, I sat down by the window with a cup of coffee for a rest. What a surprise! Across the way, the woman sitting by he r window was clearly visible (看见). Her window was clean!
Then it dawned (明白) on me. I had been criticizing (批评) her dirty window, but all the time I was watching hers through my own dirty window.
That was quite an important lesson for me. How often had I looked at and criticized others through the dirty window of my heart, through my own shortcomings?
Since then, whenever I wanted to judge (评判) someone, I asked myself first, “Am I looking at him through my own dirty window?” I try to clean the window of my own world so that I may see the world about me more clearly.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The writer couldn’t see everything clearly through the window because the woman’s window was dirty.
(   ) 12. The writer was surprised that the woman’s window was clean.
(   ) 13. “It dawned on me” probably means “I began to understand it”.
(   ) 14. It’s clear that the writer often washed the window.
(   ) 15. From the passage, we can learn that one must judge himself before he judges others.
(D)
 We wanted to know what kids were eating,so we asked 959 boys and girls to tell us.Their
answers show that many of them are trying hard to eat healthily.How? By eating fruits,vegeta-
bles,and good-for-you drinks,like milk,water and l00%fruit juice. The fruits and vegetables
contain vitamins, minerals and fiber.Let’s take a closer look at the results from the survey.
    We asked kids to remember what they ate yesterday.26%of k ids said they had vegetables
three times or more.16%said they had vegetables twice.25%said they had vegetables once.
33%said they had none.None is not good.One is better than none.Two is on the right track and
three is great news.With three vegetables and two fruits, you could reach the five-a-day(每日五
蔬果)goal.
    Vegetables can be delicious.The way of eating more of them is to try different types prepared
in different ways. Don’t like green beans? Have you had them with lemon butter? Wbuld you like
to make one in ketchup(番茄酱)? Go ahead and try it.
    We asked about fruit and fruit juiee.39%said they had three or more servings of fruit or
100%fruit juice yesterday.17%said they had two servings.24%said they had one serving of
fruit or iuiee.20%said they had none.As you can see,kids found it easier to fit in some fruit,
but many still aren’t having enough.If you'd like to boost(增加) fruit in your diet,try to find a
new one to like.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined werd“vitamins”in the passage means“    ”in Chinese.
        A.抗生素    B.维生素    C.激素    
(   ) 17. According to the survey,_____ kids didn’t eat any vegetables at all.
           A.959    B.239       C.316
(   ) 18. The following is about what kids ate_____is the right one.    
       
(   ) 19. Which of the following is NOT true?
    A.The fruits and vegetables contain vitamins,minerals and fiber.
    B.You can reach the five—a—day goal if you have two vegetables and three fruits.
    C.Many kids still aren’t having enough fruit.
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage should be ______.
        A. A SURVEY ABOUT WHAT KIDS EAT
        B. VEGETABLE IS HEALTHY
        C. THE FIVE-A-DAY GOAL            

训练(九)
(A)
  Henry had studied in a university before he came back to his hometown. He thought he had lots of knowledge and he was supercilious(目中无人).
  At first he was easily given a job in a bank. But he couldn’t get on well with his workmates and often made mistakes. And soon he was sent away. Then he found a job in a post office, but he still couldn't be competent(适任) at it and before long he had to leave. After he had lost the work, his life got worse  and worse and he was often worried about food and clothes. When he hardly asked for some food in the street, a friend of his aunt’s felt pity for him and asked him to work in his restaurant. Of course he didn’t like the work at all but it was much better than being hungry. He had to work there.
  One day a young beautiful woman came into the restaurant. She wanted two eggs, some chicken and a glass of milk. Henry thought she wore beautiful clothes but didn’t have much knowledge. When he was taking the milk to her, he found there was a fly in the milk, but he still brought it to the woman. As soon as he left her table, he heard her crying behind.
 “What’s in my milk, waiter?” the woman shouted at him.
 “Haven’t you seen it’s a fly, madam?” asked Henry.
 “It’s terrible!” the woman said angrily.
 “Don’t be angry, madam,” Henry said quietly. “It’s too small.________”
  Once again, people saw Henry walking on the street, hungry and cold.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined words “before long” in the passage most probably means ________.
       A. long ago     B. soon     C. at last
(   ) 2. Henry was sent away from the bank due to his supercilious and ________.
    A. knowledge           B. carelessness    C. kindness  
(   ) 3. Why did the man tell Henry to work in his restaurant?  Because ________.
    A. he liked the young man             
 B. he needed a learned man
    C. he wanted to help the young man     
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
    A. Henry wanted to find another piece of work.
       B. Henry was soon sent away again.
    C. Henry would be given a piece of important work.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. I will pick it out at once
      B. We apologize for this.
      C. It can’t drink much of your milk!
(B)
           Some Information about Different Kinds of Dinosaurs
The Dinosaurs in the Cretaceous Period       
Name  Seismosaurus Pterosaur Tyrannosaurus rex Triceratops
Weight About 80-100 tons About 4tons About 6.8 tons About 6-12 tons
Length About 40m About 12m About 12m About 8m
Height About 18m About 7m About 5m About 3m
Eating Pattern Plant--eating Plant--eating Meat--eating Plant--eating
Notes: T- rex is another name of Tyrannosaurus rex.
The time when these dinosaurs disappeared :Sixty-five million years ago
根据表格所提供的信息选择正确答案。
(   ) 6. How many kinds of dinosaurs are there in the table?
      A. Three         B. Four        C. Five
(   ) 7.      is lighter than the other three kinds of dinosaurs.
      A. Triceratops         B. Tyrannosaurus rex    C. Pterosaur
(   ) 8.       are both about 12 meters long. 
   A. Pterosaur and Triceratops                
   B. Triceratops and Seismosaurus
   C. Tyrannosaurus rex and Pterosaur
(   ) 9.We can call        for short.
      A. Triceratops          B. Seismosaurus           C. Tyrannosaurus rex 
(   ) 10. Form the information above, we can know that these dinosaurs disappeared           years ago.
      A. 650,000           B. 6,500,000              C. 65,000,000
(C)
There was a young man named Bill in England. Before leaving school, he began to look for a job. Few companies needed new clerks due to the financial crisis (金融危机) at that time. It became harder and harder to find a job. Luckily, a chance came up to him. A company wanted to employ (雇用) one person. He and the other twenty people joined in the fist interview (面试).
After that, three persons were allowed to enter the final test which would decide one person to be employed in the end. Bill was lucky to be among them. On the day of the second interview, the interviewer only had a free talk with them, and then asked them to go back home waiting for the result. The next morning, Bill received a letter from the company which said he wasn’t accepted. Certainly, he felt disappointed. On the evening of that day, Bill surprisingly received another letter, which said he was employed. But why was he accepted? As a matter of fact, the first letter sent to Bill was also part of the test. Every one of them got a letter which had the same meaning that morning. Only Bill replied with “Thank you.” while the others said nothing.
Life isn’t all fun. There is always some thing making us unhappy. When you feel disappointed, please say “Thank you” to the person who disappoints you. That shows your great generosity (宽容) and politeness to others. If you do so, you’ll have more chances than others.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. Bill was a student during the financial crisis.
(   ) 12. Twenty people wanted to get the job.
(   ) 13. Bill felt amazed when he received the second letter.
(   ) 14. All the three people were employed by the company.
(   ) 15. From the passage, we know that to be generous and polite can help you get more chances.
(D)
  When we have small cuts in the skin(皮肤),something strange may happen.The cuts are able to heal(痊愈) themselves in a couple of days.How does this happen? Read on,and you will find out the secret.
    Every living thing on the earth is made up of cells(细胞).Cells grow and make new cells.Most cells are very tiny and we can’t see them with our eyes.Different cells have different uses.Our skin cells are special ones.The cells on the surface(表面) of our skin are old dead cells.New skin cells are right under the surface.These ale the living skin cells.They do work for our bodies.They help protect our bodies and heal cuts.
    Our bodies make skin cells all the time.As the old cells fall off, new cells grow in the same place.Each person makes about 1 8 kg of skin cells during his or her life.Surface skin cells fit together closely with no gaps between them.When you cut or bum yourself, you can harm your skin cells.A small cut will not do much harm.Your skin will quickly heal itself by making new skin cells.How do skin cells work? First,the cells near the cut get bigger and move into the gap.Next,these bigger cells meet in the middle.They form a new layer(层)of skin cells.Finally,new cells will grow until the gap disappears completely.In this way,your skin Can grow and get well itself.
    How amazing the tiny cells ale! Next time you have a cut,don’t worry about it.Maybe in a few days,you will be surprised to find it healed.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(    ) 16. The underlined word “gaps” in the passage means “______”in Chinese.
         A.突起                    B.条纹                 C.缝隙
(    ) 17. From the passage,we know that cells ______.
         A.are large and we can see them with our eyes
         B.can grow and make new cells
         C.aren’t in most living things 
(    ) 18. Skin cells heal cuts in three steps.______ is the right order.
        

 

        
A.a→b→c   B.b→c→a    C.a→c→b
(    ) 19. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
         A.Each person can make 18 kg of skin cells every day.
         B.Different cells have different uses in our bodies.
         C.The skin cells have little work to do in the body.
(    ) 20. The best title for this passage should be ______.
         A.HOW SKIN CELLS HEAL CUTS
         B.THE IMPORTANCE OF SKIN
         C.HOW TO PROTECT OUR FINGERS

训练(十)
(A)
It was a quiet village in which there was a military camp. It was far from the towns and cities and there were some high mountains around. Of course it was a good place for training the new soldiers. But it was difficult for the young men to go outside. Mr. White, an officer of forty, was strict with them and he hardly let them leave the camp.
  Once Mr. White was ill in bed. He couldn’t work and a young officer, Mr. Hunt began to train the new soldiers instead of him. He knew the young men well and let nine soldiers go to the nearest town to have a holiday. But night fell and none came back to the camp. He was worried about it and stood at the gate. It was five to twelve when Mr. Hunt decided to go to the town and see what was happening to the young men. He started the car quickly and set off. At that moment the nine soldiers came back. It seemed they drank wine. Of course t hey found the officer was angry.
  “I’m sorry, sir,” said the first soldier. “I left the town on time. But something was wrong with my bus on my way here. I had to buy a horse and made it run fast. Bad luck! It died and I had to run back.”
  And the other seven soldiers said t hey were late for the same reasons. It was the last soldier’s turn. He said, “I’m sorry, sir. I got on a bus on time, but…”
  Having heard this, the officer became even angrier and stopped him at once. He called out, “If you say something was wrong with your bus, I’ll punish you at once!”
  “No, no, sir,” said the young man. “________ ”
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “military” in the passage most probably means ________.
 A. summer     B. space     C. army
(   ) 2. Mr. Hunt let the nine soldiers have a holiday because ________.
   A. he was kind to them               
 B. they felt lonely
   C. they had something important to do   
(   ) 3. The nine soldiers returned to the camp late because ________.
   A. something was wrong with their buses   
 B. their horses died on the return way
   C. they all drank much in the town
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
   A. The officer believed the last soldier.    
 B. The officer believed the nine soldiers.
 C. The officer believed none of the nine soldiers. 
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. There was something wrong with my bus.
      B. My bus was all right, but the dead horses were in its way!
    C. I came back on time.
(B)
 
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根据表格内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. Music Class is open from _____ to ________ every Sunday.
  A. 16:00, 18:00         B. 9:30, 17:30          C. 9:00, 17:00
(   ) 7. You’ll pay ______ yuan if you want to study in the English club for a year.
A. 150                 B. 20                  C. 1800
(   ) 8. If a boy is only 4 years old, he can ________ every Sunday.
 A. sing English songs      
 B. learn to play the piano in Art School of Fujian     
 C. take exercises
(   ) 9. If you want to know how to ______ , you can go to Health Centre.
 A. keep fit             B. learn to play the piano      C. see English films
(   ) 10. Which of the following is TRUE according to the information above?
 A. Those who live in the 16 Heping Street can get free examinations in Health Centre.
 B. If you want to watch some English films, you can call at 3785290
 C. You can seldom get good advice to keep healthy if you call at 3801451
(C)
One day a farmer’s donkey (驴) fell down a well (井). The animal cried for hours as the farmer tried to find a way to get it out. The farm tried a lot of ways, but he failed in the end. Finally, he decided to give up the animals, because the donkey was old, and the well needed to be covered up using the earth (泥土).
He invited all of his neighbors to come over and help him. They all began to fill the well with dirt (污土). The donkey realized what was happening and began to cry. Then it became quiet slowly.
A few minutes later, the farmer finally looked down the well. He was surprised at what he saw. With each shovel (铲) of the dirt that hit its back, the donkey shook it off and took a step up.
As the farmer’s neighbors went on to shovel (用铁锹填满) dirt on top to the animal, it still shook it off and took a step up. Pretty soon, the donkey happily got out.
Life is just like this. The troubles in life are like the dirt. Life is going to shovel dirt on you, all kinds of dirt. Each of our troubles is a stepping stone. You can get out of the deepest well just by not stopping but never giving up! Shake it off and take a step up.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The farmer thought the donkey was old and decided to kill it with the deep well.
(   ) 12. The donkey cried again because it knew than it was saved by the neighbors.
(   ) 13. The donkey was too tired to cry so it became quiet.
(   ) 14. Then donkey saved itself by making the trouble a stepping stone.
(   ) 15. We know that we’d better not stop and never give up when meeting troubles.
(D)
A chameleon(变色龙)is a kind of lizard There are more than eighty different species of chameleon. Most of  them live in Africa, but there are some species that live in India and the Middle East and one species that lives in Mediterranean(地中海的) countries. The interesting thing about chameleons is that many species can change their color. Some people believe that chameleons change color so that other animals will not be able to see them and attack them, but this is not the case. They usually do so when they are angry or frightened.
Because chameleons can turn their eyes backward, they can look behind them without moving their body or head. They can even have one eye looking forward and one eye looking backward at the same time!
Chameleons are long and thin and vary(变化)in size depending on the species—usually between 4 and 60 centimeters long. They move very slowly and live in trees. They wait for insects(昆虫) to come by and then shoot out their long tongues, catching the passing insects on the sticky(粘性的) surface. Then the chameleons eat their catch. Large chameleons also eat birds. Chameleons’ tongues move so quickly that people cannot see them.
In some African countries, people are afraid of chameleons because they think they bring bad luck. Many people in Madagascar(马达加斯加岛) believe that anything you do to a chameleon will one  day happen to you. For example, if you drive over a chameleon on the road and kill it, soon someone will drive over you and kill you. Because of this, Madagascans are very careful how they behave toward chameleons. In reality, chameleons do not hurt people. They do not bite and they are not poisonous(有毒的), even the larger ones are harmless.
根据短文内容选出最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “species” in the passage mean “        ” in Chinese.
A. 种类    B. 形状     C. 群体
(   ) 17. Chameleon may change color       .
A. before other animals see them and attack them
B. when they are going to hide
C. when they frightened or angry
(   ) 18. Picture        shows something special about the chameleon’s eyes when they look behind them.

 


        A                         B                      C
(   ) 19. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. Many Africans are afraid of chameleons because they think they are dangerous.
B. Chameleons catch insect with their tongues.
C. Most of the chameleons are not  poisonous except the larger ones
(   ) 20. The best title of this passage should be       .
A.THE SPECIES OF CHAMELEON
B.CHAMELEON DO NOT HURT PEOPLE
C.CHAMELEONS AND THEIR CHARACTERS

训练(十一)
(A)
    Harry is a boy of fourteen years old. He’s tall and strong. And he ran fastest in his class. So everyone was very proud of him in his class. A new student came to his class a month ago. His name is Mike. He’s thin and short. But his classmates found that he ran very fast while they were playing football. They wanted to know if Mike could run faster than Harry. Jack, one of Harry’s friends, told Harry about it. Of course, Harry didn’t believe it.
  “Why not have a race with him?” said Jack. “That’s a good idea!” said Harry. “Go to tell the unlucky boy. I’ll have a race with him tomorrow morning.”
  Early the next morning, Harry got ready for the race. He was sure that he could be first. Jack didn’t wake up on time and couldn’t go with him. That evening Jack went to see Harry. They began to talk about the race. Harry’s grandma heard them in the next room. She came in and asked, “What’s the result, Harry?”
  “I was the second, Grandma.” answered Harry in a very low voice.
  “Felicitate you!” the old woman said happily. “And how was Mike?”
  “________”
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “felicitate” in the passage most probably means ________.
       A. congratulate     B. thank     C. miss
(   ) 2. Harry’s classmates were proud of him because ________.
   A. he was tall and strong     
 B. he was the top student in his school
   C. he ran fastest in his class          
(   ) 3. Jack didn’t go with Harry because ________.
   A. he woke up too late        
 B. he didn’t like to see the result
    C. he had some homework
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
    A. The students knew Mike could run faster than Harry.
    B. Mike won the race at last.
    C. At first, Jack was not sure of winning the race.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. He didn’t run as fast as I.
      B. He was the second, too.
    C. He was the last but one.
(B)

 

Picture       
Name The Potala Palace Terra-cotta Warriors Leshan Buddha TheForbidden City
Location Tibet Shanxi Sichuan Beijing
Build year 7th century B.C. In the 246—208 In 713-803 In l406-l420
Ticket price 100 yuan 70 yuan 90 yuan 60 yuan
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. All these four sights belong to________.    
        A. China     B. America     C. China and America
(   ) 7. Where is the Terra—cotta Warriors?
        A. In Tibet.     B. In Shanxi.     C. In Sichuan.
(   ) 8. To build the Terra-cotta Warriors spent    years.
        A. 38     B. 32     C. 40
(   ) 9. The ticket price of    is the highest.
A. the Forbidden City   B. the Leshan Buddha     C. the Potala Palace
(   ) 10. Which of the following is Right?
     A. It took 20 years to build the Forbidden City.
     B. The ticket price of the Leshan Buddha is higher than that of the Potala Palace.
     C. The Potala Palace was built in the 7th century B.C.
(C)
A rich man was riding along the road and saw an old man digging in his garden. There was a young tree lying on the ground. The rich man asked the old man, “What kind of trees are you planting there? My good man.”
“This is a fig (无花果) tree, sir.” He said.
“A fig tree?” The rich man was very surprised. “Why, how old are you, may I ask?”
“I am ninety years old.”
“What!” shouted the rich man. “You’re ninety years old, you are planting a very young tree now and it’ll take years to give fruit.”
“I know what you mean, sir.” said the old man, smiling kindly. “Tell me, young man, did you eat figs when you were a boy?”
“Sure.” the man did not know why he asked this question.
    The old man asked, “who planted the fig trees?”
“Who? Who? I don’t know.”
“You see, sir.” The old man said slowly, “our forefathers (祖先) planted trees for us to enjoy and I am doing the same for the people after me.”
The rich man was quiet, then said, “You are right, my good man. We should do some things for the people after us. Thank you very much. Then he rode away. After that, he tried to do what he could for the poor and became very generous to others.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The old man was planting a fig tree when the rich man saw him.
(   ) 12. from the passage we know that the 80 – year – old man was very old.
(   ) 13. The old man was planting the tree to get himself some fruit to eat.
(   ) 14. The rich man understood why the old man planted the young tree in the end.
(   ) 15. We know from this passage that we should try to think more of the others than ourselves.
(D)
In old times, men thought lightning to be one of the great mysteries of nature. In fact, lightning is electricity(电) formed high above the earth. A single flash of lightning which is 1.6 kilometers long has enough electricity to light one million lamps.
  Today, most tall buildings are protected by lightning rods(避雷针). These are metal rods which are placed on top of the highest, most exposed part of the building. A wire leads from the rod and is buried(埋) underground away from the building. This attracts the lightning and passes the lightning into the ground. In 1752, the American scientist, Benjamin Franklin, was the first to suggest that lightning is in fact electricity formed between the earth and clouds high above. In the same year, he also built the first lightning rod to protect buildings from being struck by lightning.
    Modern science has discovered that lightning is very strong and powerful. A lightning between a cloud and the earth may be as long as 13 kilometers, and travels at a speed of 30 million meters per second. Scientists have the opinion that there are about 2000 million flashes of lightning per year. In the United States alone, almost every day, it kills almost one person.
    Since lightning can be very dangerous and it has killed and hurt many people, it is important for us to follow safety measures and protect ourselves .The safest place to be in during an electrical storm is a closed car. Outside , one should go close to low ground for cover and not stop under a tree. Also one should stay out of water and away from metal fences. Inside a house people should keep away from open doorways and windows and not touch wires(电线) or metal things. Avoid using any electrical equipment such as hair driers, microwave ovens, or washers and so on.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “ mysteries” in the passage means “____”in Chinese.
      A.神密          B.能量          C.规律
(   ) 17. When it is during an electrical storm,_____________.
A. sit in a closed car with the windows open.
B. stand under a tree.
C. don’t touch wires or metal things
(   ) 18. According to the passage, we know ____________is right.
               
                 A.                       B.                     C.

(   ) 19. Which of the following is true accordi ng to the passage?
A. Benjamin Franklin was the first one to build lightning rod.
B. Lightning is one of the greatest sound
C. One flash of lightning can produce enough electricity to light up all the homes
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage should be_____________.
A.TO PROTECT PEOPLE AND BUILDINGS DURING THE LIGHTNING
B.WHO DISCOVERED LIGHTNING
C.WHAT IS LIGHTNING

训练(十二)
(A)
Mrs. Forgetful has a lot of friends, but she knows none of them well. She has a big house with a garden. The gardener grows all kinds of beautiful flowers in it. She has her own driver, cook and she doesn't do any housework. But she has felt lonely since her husband died. She wishes someone could talk with her.
    One day the woman heard a new film was being shown at a cinema. She went there at once. When she got there, they told her the film was starting at a quarter past eight. She had a look at her watch and there were twenty minutes left. There were only some people there. She began to talk to a man next to her.
    "Hey, Mr. Brown, I saw Mr. Hunt this morning. He's much fatter than before," said the woman. "We should tell him to do more exercise."
    "Mr. Hunt? Who's he? What’s more, I am not Mr. Brown." the man asked in surprise.
    "Oh, you've forgotten our friend and me!" said the woman.
    "But I don't know you at all, madam!"
    The film began and she had to quit talking. When the film was over, she met the man at the exit.
    "Oh, Mr. Hunt," said Mrs. Forgetful. "Can you guess what I did before watching the film?"
"Yes, madam,” said the man. “________” With these words, the man hurried off.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. The underlined word “quit” in the passage most probably means ________.
 A. stop     B. begin     C. continue
(   ) 2. Mrs. Forgetful feels lonely because________.
A. she lives in a big house alone
 B. she has no housework to do
 C. she has few good friends to talk with
(   ) 3. When Mrs. Forgetful got to the cinema, it was _______.
 A. five to eight   B. five past eight  C. a quarter past eight
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
 A. Mrs. Forgetful is rich but lonely
 B. Mr. Hunt was the man and woman’s friend.
 C. The man was interested in Mrs. Forgetful's talk
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. You did the same thing as you're doing now.
      B. The film was very interesting.
    C. I have something important to do now.
 (B)
Name Bikes
  Automobile
  Trains(Steam power )
  Planes
 
Inventor German Baron Karl von Drais, German engineer Karl Benz, James Watt, a Scottish inventor The Wright Brothers(America)
Time 1817 1769 1784 1903
Advantages Be good for health.
Be good for the environment.
Be cheap. Fast and convenient.
People can stop and enjoy the views.
To experience the fun of driving. Carrying capacity(能力) is powerful. Very fast.
Service is good.
Disadvan-
tages People can’t travel too fast.
It can’t carry too many things. Too much pollution.
 Be limited (限制) by the rails(铁轨). Price of tickets is too high.
The seats are too narrow.
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案
(   ) 6. How many inventions were invented by Germans?_____.
 A. 1           B. 2             C. 3
(   ) 7.Among the four kinds of vehicles(车辆),which was invented the earliest?___
 A. Bikes           B. Automobile         C. Trains (Steam Power)
(   ) 8. Which of the following statements is True?_____
 A. By traveling by bike, you can experience the fun of driving.
  B. If you want to go from Harbin to Beijing, you’d better ride a plane because it is good for the 
           environment.
 C. The carrying capacity of trains is powerful.
(   ) 9. Which invention was invented in the eighteenth century?____
 A. Automobile       B. Bikes       C. Trains and automobile
(   ) 10. If you want to travel with your parents and they like to stop and enjoy the views, what’s the best choice for your family?____
 A. Traveling by bike. 
 B. Traveling by automobile. 
 C. Traveling by train.
(C)
When I was in primary school, I had a big argument with a boy in my class. I can’t remember what it was bout, but I have never forgotten the lesson I learned that day.
I was sure that I was right and he was wrong. However, he strongly believed that I was wrong and he was right. The teacher decide to teach us a lesson. She came up with a good idea. She brought both of us to the front of the class and put him on one side of her grey desk and me on the other. In the middle of the desk was a large, round object. It was clear for me to see that it was black. She asked the boy what color the object was. “White,” he answered in a loud voice.
I couldn’t believe that the object was white, considering that it was certainly black! One more argument started between the boy and me, this time about the color of the object.
The teacher told me to go stand where the boy was standing and told him to come stand where I had been. We changed places, and then she asked me what the color of the object was. I had to answer, “White.” It was then than I knew what was wrong. It was an object with two differently colored sides, and from his side it was white. Only from my side it was black.
My teacher taught me a very important lesson that day: You must stand in another person’s position and look at the situation through their eyes in order to truly understand their ideas.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. The writer once had a big argument with a boy and now he forgets what it was about.
(   ) 12. Their teacher thought of a good idea to teach them a lesson.
(   ) 13. The writer saw the object was black from the middle of the desk.
(   ) 14. In fact, the object was neither white nor black.
(   ) 15. The writer learned that others must stand in his position to look at the situation through his eyes.
(D)
As space science develops, man has learned more and more about space. Space is not only amazing but also dangerous. While working in space, spacemen are facing danger as well as success.
Scientists have found out that radiation(辐射)is the greatest danger to spacemen in space. When spacemen are working in space, they are in danger of radiation from the sun and other stars, which is bad for their health. The damage(危害)done by radiation won’t be discovered until their children or ever grandchildren are born. Some special medicine may work a little, but no really helpful medicine has been found so far.
Space junk(垃圾) is also thought a great danger go spacemen. It’s reported that there are 9,000 man-made things flying in space. About 30% of these are satellites(卫星),10% are spaceships, and the rest are space junk. An explosion(爆炸) in 1996 made a cloud of 300,000 fragments, each at least 4mm in size, and even a small piece of these knocked against a spaceship window and did some damage. Scientists are watching and reporting any possible danger all the time. They are working on helpful ways to do with space junk.
Although space is really dangerous, it interests everyone on the earth. In the near future, it may become usual for people to spend a few days in a space hotel. We may even choose to leave the earth and live in space in a few years. So we should care for space and do something to help improve the space environment.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案
(   ) 16. Space junk and radiation in space are dangerous to ________.
A. spacemen working in space
B. people only on the earth
C. all the people except children
(   ) 17. The underlined word “fragments” means“ ”。
A.碎片面 B.泡沫 C.烟雾
(   ) 18. ________ shows the man-made things in space in the correct way.
 
(   ) 19. Which of the following about the passage is TRUE?
A. The passage tells us that radiation in space comes from the sun and other stars.
B. Every one of us can make a trip to space now.
C. Scientists have found out ways to solve any problem in space.
(   ) 20. The best title of the passage is .
A.SPACE RADIATION B.SPACE DANGER C.SPACE JUNK

训练(十三)
(A)
Mr. Smith, an expert of medicine, was very strict with the students. Every time he took the chair on the exam committee ( 担任考试委员会主席),the students would be worried, for he was seldom pleased with their answers. A student would be fortunate enough if he or she could receive a good mark from him. Now a student came into the exam room and sat before the committee. This student was a little nervous as he knew it would not be so easy for him to pass the exam.   
    The student was asked to describe an illness. His answer was OK. Then Mr. Smith asked about the cure (疗法) for the illness, and the student, too, gave a quick answer. "Good," said Mr. Smith, "and how much will you give the patient?" "A full spoon," answered the student.  
    "Now you may go out and wait for what you can get," said Mr. Smith. At the same time the committee discussed the answers the student had given. Suddenly the student realized that there was something wrong with his last answer. "A full spoon is too much," he thought to himself. Very worriedly he opened the door of the room and cried, "Mr. Smith, I've made a mistake. A full spoon is too much for the patient. He can take only five drops." "I am sorry, boy," said Mr. Smith coldly. "But it's too late.________ "
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. What does the underlined word "fortunate" in the passage mean?
 A. beautiful                B. lucky                    C. honest               
(   ) 2. Why were all the students afraid of Mr. Smith?
 A. Because he was always strict with them.
 B. Because he often misunderstood them and gave them bad marks.
 C. Because he never listened to them carefully when they answered his questions.
(   ) 3. Before he left the room, the student was almost sure that _______.
 A. he didn’t do well in the exam
 B. his answer to the last question was wrong
 C. he could pass the exam and the only thing was to wait for the result
(   ) 4. From the passage we can learn which of the following is TRUE?
 A. The patient would be safe in taking a full spoon at a time
 B. The student received a good mark at last.
 C. Mr. Smith wouldn’t allow the student to pass the exam at last.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. Your answer is right.
      B. You are too nervous.
    C. Your patient has died.
(B)
 
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根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. Sunny English Club is for _______.
 A. students         B. policemen        C. businessmen  
(   ) 7. You will pay ________ if you want to stay in the English club for half a year.
 A. 200 yuan       B. 1200 yuan        C. 2400 yuan      
(   ) 8. You can visit Ocean Museum ________.
 A. on Saturday     B. on Wednesday    C. on Monday     
(   ) 9. One can get free exams in Health Center if he is ________.
 A. 9              B. 17              C. 73
(   ) 10. If you are interested in the life of fish, you should go to________.
 A. Health Centre        B. Ocean Museum   C. Sunny English Club 
(C)
One day a young man was standing in the middle of the town. He said he had the most beautiful heart. A crowd came together to admire his heart. Suddenly, an old man appeared and said, “Why, my heart is more beautiful.” Everyone looked at the old man’s heart. It was full of scars (疤痕).
The young man laughed. “But my heart is perfect and yours is full of scars.” “Yes,” said the old man. “Yours looks perfect but I would never change my heart for yours. You see, every scar stands for a person who I have given my love to. I tear out (撕下) a piece of my heart and give it to them, and often they give me a piece of their heart that fits into the empty place in my heart. Sometimes I have given pieces of my heart away, and the other person hasn’t returned a piece of his or her heart to me. These are the empty parts – giving love is taking a chance. Although these parts are painful, they stay open. They cause me to think of the love I have for those people, too. So now do you see what true beauty is?” The young man walked to the old man, reached into his perfect heart, and cut a piece off. He gave it to the old man. The old man put it in his heart, then took a piece from his old heart full of scars and put it in the wound (伤口) in the young man’s heart. The young man looked at his heart, not perfect any more but more beautiful than ever, since love from the old man’s heart flowed (流淌) into his.
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. At first, the young man thought his heart was more beautiful than other else’s.
(   ) 12. The old man thought the young man’s heart looked beautiful but not perfect.
(   ) 13. All the other persons returned a piece of their hearts to the old man after getting a piece of the old man’s.
(   ) 14. The young man gave a piece of his heart to the old man.
(   ) 15. From the story we know that we’ll have the most beautiful heart when we learn to give without asking for anything in return.
(D)
We wanted to know what kids were eating, so we asked 959 boys and girls to tell us. Their answers show that many of them are trying hard to eat healthily. How? By eating fruits,vegetables, and good-for-you drinks, like milk,water and l00%fruit juice. The fruits and vegetables contain vitamins, minerals and fiber. Let’s take a closer look at the results from the survey.
    We asked kids to remember what they ate yesterday. 26%of kids said they had vegetables three times or more. 16%said they had vegetables twice. 25%said they had vegetables once. 33%said they had none. None is not good. One is better than none. Two is on the right track and three is great news.With three vegetables and two fruits, you could reach the five-a-day(每日五蔬果)goal.
   Vegetables can be delicious. The way of eating more of them is to try different types prepared in different ways. Don’t like green beans? Have you had them with lemon butter? Would you like to make one in ketchup(番茄酱)? Go ahead and try it.
   We asked about fruit and fruit juice. 39%said they had three or more servings of fruit or 100%fruit juice yesterday. 17%said they had two servings. 24%said they had one serving of fruit or juice. 20%said they had none. As you can see. kids found it easier to fit in some fruit, but many still aren’t having enough. If you'd like to boost(增加) fruit in your diet,try to find a new one to like.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underlined word “vitamins” in the passage means “________” in Chinese.
A. 抗生素    B. 维生素    C. 激素    
(   ) 17. According to the survey, ________kids didn’t eat any vegetables at all.
A. 959    B. 239       C. 316
(   ) 18. The following is about what kids ate ________ is the right one.    
       
(   ) 19. Which of the following is NOT true?
A. The fruits and vegetables contain vitamins,minerals and fiber.
B. You can reach the five—a—day goal if you have two vegetables and three fruits.
C. Many kids still aren’t having enough fruit.
(   ) 20. The best title for this passage should be ______.
A. A SURVEY ABOUT WHAT KIDS EAT
B. VEGETABLE IS HEALTHY
C. THE FIVE-A-DAY GOAL         
训练(十四)
(A)
    Long ago, there lived a learned man in Greece (希腊). He was well-known for his wide knowledge. And lots of people from all over the country came to learn things from him. The great man taught his students with all his heart and answered their questions with patience.
    One day a student asked him," My dear teacher, didn't you say you have more questions than we do? But we think our students have a lot more than you." With a smile, the teacher drew two circles (圆)-one is as large as a big plate, and the other smaller.
    "Of course, I've learned much more. But I don't think I know all you know. Now, look at these two circles: Inside the big one is my knowledge of things, and inside the smaller one is yours. Out of the circles is what we don't know. My circle is larger, so its line is longer. That means I have more opportunities to meet with what we don't know. And that's why I have more questions than you do. ________.You will never learn enough, you know."
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. What does the underlined word "opportunities" in the passage mean?
 A. choice                B. chance                    C. change
(   ) 2. One of his students didn't agree that _____.
 A. the teacher liked to answer so many questions
 B. the teacher had learned much more
 C. the teacher had more questions than the students did
(   ) 3. The teacher drew circles to show_____. 
 A. why he had more questions than his students
 B. how he could get more knowledge
 C. that he knew a lot and was good at drawing
(   ) 4. Which of the following is TURE?
 A. Many people from Greece came to learn from the famous man.
 B. Many people from the country came to enjoy his drawing.
 C. The great man taught his students with no patience.
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
      A. The fewer you learn, the more questions you’ll have.
      B. The more you learn, the more questions you'll have.
    C. The more you learn, the fewer questions you’ll have.
(B)
A SURVEY ABOUT POPULATION


City 
Tokyo 
Seoul 
London 
New York 
Moscow
Populations (million) 13.2 6.0 7,5 8.2 11.5
Persons per sq. km.*
(thousand) 6.0 17.5 4.8 10.5 4.6
Telephones per 100 people 84 62 90 96 79
Percent Of children in middle school 97 90 58 95 100
注: sq. km.:平方公里
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. _________ had the most people.
 A. Tokyo         B. Seoul         C. London         
(   ) 7. People in London didn’t live as well as those in _________.
 A. Moscow       B. New York      C. Seoul         
(   ) 8. From the from we can tell _________ has the largest area.
 A. Tokyo         B. London        C. Moscow
(   ) 9. People in Tokyo or New York owned more telephone than people in _________.
 A. Seoul or London        B. Seoul or Moscow    C. Moscow or London             
(   ) 10. Every child could go to school in _________.
 A. Tokyo         B. New York      C. Moscow
(C)
A science teacher wants to show some idea to his students. He takes a large mouth bottle and places several large stones in it. He then asks the class, “Is the bottle full now?” They all reply, “Yes!”
The teacher then takes some small rocks and puts them into the bottle. The small rocks go into the spaces between the big rocks. He then asks, “Is it full?” This time some students give no answer, but most reply, “Yes!” The teacher then starts to drop some sand into the bottle. The sand fills up the spaces between the small rocks. For the third time, the teacher asks, “Is it full?” Now most are doubting, but still, some reply, “Yes!”
Then the teacher brings out a cup of water into the bottle. “What’s the point of this show?” asks the teacher. One bright student answers, “No matter how busy you are, you can always find time to do some more things.”
“This is one point,” says the teacher, “the other point is that if you don’t place the big rocks first, you’ll never get them in. The big rocks are the important things in your life. If you fill your life with small things – as shown by the small rocks, the sand and the water – you’ll never have the room for the important things.”
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. A math teacher wants to show his students some ideas.
(   ) 12. All the students think the bottle is full when the teacher places several large stones in it.
(   ) 13. The teacher asks the students if the bottle is full three times.
(   ) 14. The teacher agrees with what one bright student says exactly.
(   ) 15. The teacher wants to tell the students that they should fill their life only with big things.
(D)
There are a lot of interesting things living in the sea. There are many types of fish and many other animals. There are also many types of plants. There are even some animals which have a lot in common with you. They are mammals living in the sea. How much do you know about creatures that live in the sea? Do you want to know more about the food chain(链)in the sea?
In the sea, all sea creatures get food from other sea creatures. At the first link of the food chain are the sea plants and plankton(浮游生物). Plants are found only in the sunlight zon e where there is enough light for them, however, animals are found at all depths of the oceans though their numbers are greater near the surface where food is enough. Many kinds of fish and animals, such as the snail, shrimp, jellyfish(蜗牛, 虾, 水母), and sea star eat the plankton. The small animals and fish who eat plankton then become food for larger fish, such as the tuna and mackerel(金枪鱼 和鲭鱼). These fish are then eaten by larger fish and animals, such as the shark and dolphin. The shark and dolphin are at the top of the food chain in the sea. Sharks are very dangerous so many people are eaten by them in the sea.
But why the number of the shark is becoming smaller and smaller? And who eats the shark? Check out the menu at a seafood restaurant next time you are eating there. Don't be surprised if you find shark on the menu.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. The underline word “creatures” means      .
 A. 物体     B. 生物    C. 鱼类
(   ) 17. What fish or animals eat the tuna and mackerel?
A. The shark   B. the dolphin   C. A and B
(   ) 18. Sharks are dangerous to humans, but they can be eaten by humans. From which sentence can we get the answer?
A. Who eats the shark?
B. These fish are then eaten by larger fish and animals, such as the shark and dolphin.
C. Don't be surprised if you find shark on the menu.
(   ) 19. According to(按照) the food chain in the sea, put the pictures in the right order. 
A. ①③②④⑤  B. ①③②⑤④  C. ①②③④⑤

 

 

 

 


(   ) 20. The best title for the passage is      .
A. IN THE SEA    B. ON LAND   C. SEA FOOD
 
训练(十五)
(A)
    Mr. King works in a shop and drives a car for the manager. He drives carefully and can keep calm in time of danger. And he escaped from several accidents. The manager pays him more and the traffic policemen often speak highly of him.
    Mr. Baker, one of his friends, works in a factory outside the city. It's far from his house and he has to go to work by bus. As the traffic is crowded in the morning, sometimes he's late for the work. His manager warns the young man that he will be sent away unless he gets to his office on time. He hopes to buy a car,  but he hasn't enough money. He decides to buy an old one. He went to the flea (跳蚤) market and at last he chose a beautiful but cheap car. He said he wanted to have a trial drive, the seller agreed. He called Mr. King and asked him to help him.
    Mr. King examined the car at first and then drove it away. It was five in the morning and there were few cars in the street. At first he drove slowly and it worked well. Then he drove fast. And when he reached a crossing, the lights turned red. He tried to stop it, but he failed and nearly hit an old woman who was crossing the street. A policeman told him to stop, but the car went on until it hit a big tree by the road.
  "Didn't you listen to me?" the policeman asked angrily.
  "Yes, I did, sir, " said Mr. King, "________"
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 1. What does the underlined word "trial" in the passage mean?
 A. safety                B. free                    C. experiment 
(   ) 2. Mr. Baker went to the flea market to _______.
   A. buy a second-hand car              
 B. have a trial drive    
 C. choose a new car                 
(   ) 3. Mr. King tried to stop the car when _______.
   A. he saw an old woman crossing the street
   B. the policeman shouted angrily at him
   C. the traffic lights turned red
(    ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE?
   A. Mr. King will be sent away if he keeps being late
   B. Mr. Baker can't afford to buy an old car
   C. Something was wrong with the car
(   ) 5. “________” can be the missing sentence in the passage.
     A. This is a very good second - hand car.
     B. I will be more careful next time.
     C. Since it doesn't listen to me, can it obey you?
(B)

 

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(Sun.) 
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(Sat.) 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
(Sun.)
根据表格所提供的信息选择最佳答案。
(   ) 6. If you want to go out for lunch on Sunday, you can call up the number _______.
    A. 88867666    B. 53633745    C. 56378811
(   ) 7. You do not have to pay on Mondays if you go to ________.
    A. Ming Dao Sea Food Restaurant 
    B. Yuan Da Shopping Certer
    C. Harbin Museum
(   ) 8. If you want to enjoy yourself at 8:00 on Sunday mornings, you can go to ________.
   A. Harbin Museum    B. Yuan Da Shopping Center     C. We don’t know
(   ) 9. Which is right according to the form?
    A. It’s 8:30 on Saturday, you can spend your time at Harbin Museum.
    B. On Saturday, both Harbin Museum and Yuan Da Shopping Center are open between 10:00 a.m.
           and 1:00 p.m.
    C. If you want to do some shopping, you can go to 50 Hongjun Street.
(   ) 10. ________ has the longest business hours on Saturday.
    A. Yuan Da Shopping Center
    B. Harbin Museum  
     C. Ming Dao Sea Food Restaurant
(C)
One day John with his father went to the store. His father bought him a jack – knife. John went outside to wait for father and to admire his new knife in the sunlight. Some boys came by and saw him. They surrounded (包围) him and called John names. The largest of these boys pushed John back. John dropped his knife and one of them picked it up and they all ran away laughing. John came to his grandfather Cherokee and said to him, “I hate them. I hate them all.”
Grandfather said, “Hate makes you down and doesn’t hurt your enemy. It is like drinking poison (毒药) and wishing your enemy would die. We have struggled (斗争) with these feelings many times. It is as if two wolves are inside us. It is a terrible fight. One wolf is good and does no harm. It will only fight when it is right to do so and in the right way. This wolf stands for joy, peace, love, hope, sharing, kindness, truth, and faith. The other wolf is full of anger. He fights everyone, all the time, for no reason. He cannot think because his anger and hate are so much. It is helpless anger, for his anger will change nothing. This wolf stands for fear, envy, self – pity, life, untrue, pride. Sometimes, it is hard to live with these two wolves inside us, for both of them try to control our spirit. This same fight is going on inside us and inside every other person, too.” The boy looked into his grandfather’s eyes and asked, “Which wolf will win?” The old Cherokee simply replied, “The one you feed.”
根据短文内容判断正、误。(注意:正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(   ) 11. John was angry because his jack – knife had been taken away by some boys.
(   ) 12. John’s father taught him an important lesson in life.
(   ) 13. John was told that “hate” hurts oneself as well.
(   ) 14. According to the reading, only one wolf lives inside us.
(   ) 15. “The one you feed” in the last paragraph means the choices we make decide who we will become.
(D)
We learn about the world through our five senses (感觉): hearing, sight, touch, smell, and taste. Hearing helps us learn from each other through talks. The sense of sight helps us know each other and learn about color, movement and distance. And touch helps us learn about our world by feeling it and learning the size and shape of things. The sense of smell helps us to enjoy life and helps us learn about unsafe conditions. Taste helps us, among other things, to choose and enjoy food.
Let’s know more about the sense of sight. There are many parts to our eyes, and each one of them helps us to see. The light goes in through an opening called the pupil (瞳孔). That's the black point in the center of the eye. The colored part around the pupil can change the size of the opening, letting in more or less light. The lens (晶状体)focuses the light on the retina(视网膜); the cornea(角膜) protects the lens. The eye works like a camera, and all parts of the eye must work together as a team. The cornea, the clear, film-like part of the eye, is the leader. When light enters the dark pupil of the eye, the cornea bends it. And then the light travels to the lens behind the pupil. The light passes through the lens of the eye and is 'recorded' on the back of eyes - the retina. The eye sends the picture to the brain(大脑), and the brain turns the picture the right way up and tells us what we are looking at. So we see things the right way up.
    Our senses are the way we find out about the world we live in. We learn with our senses.
根据短文内容选择最佳答案。
(   ) 16. We learn about the world through our five senses and they are_____.
A. noses, eyes, hands, ears and tongues.
B. hearing, sight, touch, smell, and brain.
C. hearing, sight, touch, smell, and taste.
(   ) 17. Picture _______ shows us how our eyes work according to the passage.
        
           A                                            B                                              C
(   ) 18. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?
A. Touch helps us learn about our world by feeling it and learning the size and style of things.
B. The sense of smell only helps us to enjoy life .
C. The sense of sight helps us know each other and learn about color, movement and distance.
(   ) 19. The underlined word “bends” means _______ in Chinese.
A. 使分散 B. 使弯曲 C. 使聚集
(   ) 20. Which is the best title of the passage?
A. FIVE SENSES.
B. THE SENSE OF SIGHT.
C. THERE ARE MANY PARTS TO OUR EYES.

 
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