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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-22
    来源: 双语16-17学年七年级下学期英语期中考试题及答案.doc

    根据下面地图,选择最佳答案。

     


    1.There is _____________ in the place.

    A. a library and an old bridge        B. a school and a hotel

    C. a post office and a restaurant

    2.The pay phone is ___________ the park.

    A. in        B. between        C. in front of

    3.If you are at the pay phone, just go straight and turn left, you can see _______ on your right .

    A. a school           B. a library       C. a supermarket

    4.Where is Mary’s house?

    A. It’s on Jiefang Street.             B. It’s on Shanghu Street.

    C. It’s between the hotel and the supermarket. 

    5.If you are at A, how can you get to the pay phone?

    A. Go straight and turn right          B. Go down Shanghu Street and left.

    C. Go down Jiefang Street and turn right. 

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-22
    来源: 双语16-17学年七年级下学期英语期中考试题及答案.doc

    根据短文内容,判断正误,正确的用T表示,错误的用F表示。

           My friend Eric is a schoolboy. He is an interesting person and everyone likes him very much. He can speak Chinese, English and Japanese. Why can he speak these languages? Because his father is American, his mother is Japanese and he was born and lives in China. He can play soccer and he can play it very well. He wants to be a soccer ball player like Beckham. He joins the soccer ball club, and he is the captain ( 队长 ) of the soccer ball team.

    1. Eric can speak three languages.

    2. His parents are not Chinese, but he grows up ( 成长 ) in China.

    3. Eric can’t play soccer very well.

    4. Eric wants to be the captain of the soccer ball team.

    5. Beckham is a good soccer ball player.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-22
    来源: 双语16-17学年七年级下学期英语期中考试题及答案.doc

    阅读技能根据短文内容,选择最佳答案。

    Sarah lives in the country, and she loves playing in the river near her house. But her father gets a job in a big city, and he moves there with his family.

       Their new house has a garden, but the garden is very small. Sarah isn’t happy. “Is there a river near here?” she asks her mother on the first morning. Her mother answers, “No, there isn’t, but there is a nice park near here and there is a pool in it. We are going there this afternoon.” Sarah is happy now.

       After lunch, Sarah and her mother go to the park. Sarah wants to walk near the pool, but there is a sign(标志) before it. Her mother reads it to her, “Warning(警告): This pool is dangerous. 367 people fell(跌倒) into it.” Sarah looks into the pool carefully , and she says, “But I can’t see them.” 

    1. Sarah likes playing _______ very much.

    A. in the park        B. in the garden        C. in the river

    2. Sarah’s father works _________.

    A. in the country     B. in a big city         C. in a small city

    3. There is _________ near Sarah’s new house.

        A. a park              B. a garden            C. a zoo

    4. Sarah goes to the park with _______.

        A. her father           B. her mother          C. her teacher

    5. Why can’t Sarah see the people in the pool?

        A. Sarah’s mother doesn’t let her see.      B. She is too young.

    C. There are no people in the pool.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-22
    来源: 实验学校2017届九年级下学期英语科第五阶段考试题及答案.doc

    You’re going to high school, aren’t you? Maybe you don’t know what to do. Well, here’s a list of the top six things to do when you’re in high school. These things will give you ideas of what your high school life could be like. Here you go!

    Find your passion(激情) and what kind of person you are: Whether it’s dance, basketball, or drawing, the important thing is that you have found something you are interested in.

    Talk to people you wouldn’t usually talk to: Meet new people, find new friends and even talk to people you don’t like. It will show what a great person you are. You never know what will happen after high school.

    Take part in at least one contest(竞赛): This will give you tears(眼泪) of laughter, happiness and memories.

    Get a job: This will help you see what it’s like to have responsibility (责任). It can also help you make a little money to spend on yourself.

    Take a trip with your friends: It doesn’t matter where you go or what you do, the memories will happen on the way and go on till the final place.

    Do your best at school: Don’t ever get lazy. Working hard now will help you in the future.

    (    ) 1. The writer mainly tells you six things you should do ____________.

             A. in your high school years     B. at the beginning of your high school years

             C. before your high school begins    D. after you finish your high school

    (    ) 2. The writer gives you advice that you should talk to the people you don’t like because_______.

             A. you will feel sorry if not               B. it will show how great you are

             C. you can show how clever you are      D. you can make your study better

    (    ) 3. From Point, we know that you can ________ in a contest.

             A. get lots of tears                   B. have a strong body

             C. get good grades in high school     D. have different feelings and memories

    (    ) 4. Which of the following you’d better NOT do according to the passage?

             A. Find your interest.                  B. Get a job.

             C. Take a trip with your friends.         D. Get lazy.

    (    ) 5. What’s the main idea of the passage?

             A. Have a happy school life.       B. How to get along with your schoolmates.

             C. Ideas of successful high school life.    D. Make your school life easy.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-05-22
    来源: 英语:期中考试综合试卷(6)(人教新目标八年级下)及答案.doc

      Mobile phone has become a problem for middle schools. Some middle schools in Australia have banned students from carrying mobile phones during school hours.

      Mobile phone use among children has become a problem for the school this year. Several children have got mobile phones as Christmas gifts, and more students will want them.

      Mary Bluett, an official, said mobile phone’s use is a distraction to students during school hours and it also gives teachers so much trouble in their classrooms. Teachers were also saying that sometimes students might use phone messages to cheat during exams.

      She said some schools had tried to ban mobile phones. Some parents felt unhappy because they couldn’t get in touch with their children.

      Many teachers said students should not have mobile phones at school, but if there was a good reason, they could leave their phones at school office. They also said there were many reasons why the students should not have mobile phones at school: they were easy to lose and were a distraction from studies.

      Many people say that they understand why parents would want their children to have phones, but they think schools should let the students know when they can use their mobile phones.

      (  ) 1. Some middle schools in Australia have banned students from carrying mobile phones ___.

      Abecause they are students

      Bwhen they are free

      Cwhen they are at school

      Dbecause they are children

      (  ) 2. We know from the passage that some children get mobile phones from ____.

      Athe makers and sellers

      Bthe passer-by and strangers

      Ctheir parents and friends

      Dsome mobile phone users

      (  ) 3. What does the underlined word cheat mean in the passage?

      A. 聊天      B. 作弊     C. 查询       D. 核对

      (  ) 4. Some parents felt unhappy because they couldn’t ___ during school hours.

      Ause their mobile phones

      Bleave their mobile phones at school office

      Chelp the teachers with their work

      Dget in touch with their children

      (  ) 5. The passage tells us that ___.

      Astudents shouldn’t have mobile phones at school except for some special reasons

      Bit is impossible to ban students from using mobile phone at school

      Csome parents felt unhappy because they couldn’t use their phones at school

      Dparents should teach their children how to use mobile phones during school hours

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-22
    来源: 英语:期中考试综合试卷(6)(人教新目标八年级下)及答案.doc

    阅读理解。

      There are many kinds of cars in this world. My grandfather thinks this is because cars are like their drivers. He says, “Rich people have expensive cars, big people have large cars, and old people drive old cars.” But I don’t agree with him.

      My neighbor, Mrs. Hill, is 82 years old. She drives only on Tuesday, and then she drives only to the bank. She never drives more than 30 kilometers an hour. Do you think Mrs. Hill has a very old and small car? No! Her car is new. It’s very large, and it can go 200 kilometers an hour!

      My friend Mike is an artist. He paints beautiful pictures with lots of colors. But his car is black. Mrs. Bates has a very, very old car. It often has some trouble. Does she drive that kind of car because she is poor? No, she has four restaurants and two million dollars in the bank. My uncle Joe has a very small car. Every Sunday, he drives to the country with his wife, his three children, his mother and his dog.

      Now, you have read about my friends and their cars. Do you agree with my grandfather? Maybe you have a car. Does it say something about you?

      (  ) 1. The writer’s grandfather thinks ___.

      Aa person has the same kind of car as himself (herself)

      Bdifferent people have cars of the same kind

      Cpoor people have large cars

      Dartists have black cars

      (  ) 2. Mrs. Bates has an old car ___.

      Abecause she is poor

      Bbecause she is rich

      Cbecause she likes old cars

      Dand the passage doesn’t tell us why

      (  ) 3. Though Uncle Joe has a very small car, ___.

      Ahe has a dog

      Bhe has a large family

      Che has no children

      Dhe has few members in his family

      (  ) 4. The writer’s friend Mike paints ___.

      Apictures in black

      Bcolorful pictures

      Ccolorless pictures

      Dpictures with only a few colors

      (  ) 5. The writer thinks ___.

      Ahis grandfather’s idea about cars is right

      Bcars are often the same as their drivers in many ways

      Cartists shouldn’t drive black cars

      Da car doesn’t say anything about its owner

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-05-21
    来源: 烟台市2017年初中学生学业水平模拟考试英语试题及答案.doc

    We know the mosquito very well. Mosquitoes fly everywhere. They can be found almost all over the world, and there are more than 2,500 kinds of them.

    No one likes the mosquito. But the mosquito may decide that she loves you. She? Yes, she. It’s true that male mosquito doesn’t bite() and only the female mosquito bites because she needs blood to lay eggs. She is always looking for things or people she wants to bite. If she likes what she finds, she bites. But if she doesn’t like your blood, she will turn to someone else for more delicious blood. Next time a mosquito bites you, just remember you are chosen. You’re different from the others!

    If the mosquito likes you, she lands on your body without letting you know. She bites you so quickly and quietly that you may not feel anything different. After she bites, you will have an itch() on your body because she puts something from her mouth together with your blood. By the time the itching begins, and she has flown away.

    And then what happens? Well, after her delicious dinner, the mosquito feels tired. She just wants to find a place to have a good rest. There, on a leaf or a wall, she begins to lay eggs, hundreds of eggs.

    1. “Mosquito” means _______ in Chinese.

    A. 苍蝇             B. 蜻蜓             C. 跳蚤             D. 蚊子

    2. We know mosquitoes very well because ___________.

    A. they can be found easily           B. they fly here and there

    C. there are many kinds of them   D. they can fly

    3. If the mosquito doesn’t bite you, it will ________.

    A. get angry with you                  B. be afraid of you

    C. make a lot of noise                  D. choose another one

    4. The mosquito bites you _________.

    A. when you’re asleep                 B. because you have choose it

    C. too quickly to let you know      D. but doesn’t like you

    5. Which of the following sentences is wrong?

    A. The itching begins after the mosquito bites you.

    B. You feel terrible when the mosquito bites you.

    C. Mosquitoes use blood to lay eggs.

    D. All the mosquitoes don’t like to bite people for blood. 

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-20
    来源: 枣阳市2017年中考适应性考试英语试题及答案.doc

    It keeps your insides from falling out. It helps you warm up when you are cold, and it can cool you off when you are hot. It lets you feel things by touch.

    What is this? Your skin, of course! What does your skin ask for in return for all the wonderful things it does? Just a little care! So let's learn how to take good care of our skin.

    Like the heart and stomach, your skin is an organ(器官). In fact, it is the largest organ in your body. Unless there's a problem, you may not think about your skin very much. But skin has an important job to do.

    Your skin is protecting you. Your skin keeps you from getting sick. When you take care of your skin, you are helping your skin do its job. Taking care of your skin today will help you have no problems in the future.

    Clean skin is happy skin! One simple way to take care of your skin is to keep it clean. Keeping your hands clean is very important. When washing your hands, use warm water. Wet your hands, and then use soap. You should wash your hands carefully everywhere.

    You'll also want to use warm water, but not too hot, when you take a bath. Use soap to clean your body. Don't forget under your arms and behind your ears! Your face needs attention, too. It's a good idea to wash your face once or twice a day with warm water.

    1.We can infer(推理) from Paragraph 3 that __________.

    A.people don't often care much about their skin      B.skin is an organ

    C.there would be nothing wrong with your skin      D.skin is not important at all

    2.Which of the following best describes your clean skin?

    A.A kind of job to keep you from getting sick.    B.An important and largest organ.

    C.Something like your heart and stomach.        D.Healthy and happy skin.

    3.What's one of the simple ways to look after your skin?

    A.Use warm water.  B.Keep it clean.  C.Wash it twice a day.   D.Use soap.

    4.Why does the writer think we should try to take care of our skin today?

    A.To help us warm up when we are cold.     B.In order to keep our insides from falling out.

    C.In order to help us have no problems in the future.   D.To let us feel things by touch.

    5.What does this passage mainly talk about?

     A.Taking care of your skin.   B.Your skin. 

     C.An important organ.      D.Keeping yourself from getting ill.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-20
    来源: 枣阳市2017年中考适应性考试英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    As prices and building costs keep rising, the “do-it-yourself”(DIY) trend(趋势)in the US continues to grow.

    "We needed furniture for our living room," says John Ross, "and we just didn't have enough money to buy it. So we decided to try making a few tables and chairs." John got married six months ago, and like many young people these days, they are struggling to make a home at a time when the cost of living is very high. The Rosses took a 2-week course (课程) for $280 at a night school. Now they build all their furniture and make repairs around the house.

    Jim Hatfield has three boys and his wife died. He has a full-time job at home as well as in a shoe-making factory. Last month, he received a car repair bill for $420. "I was deeply upset about it. Now I've finished a car repair course; I should be able to fix the car by myself."

    John and Jim are not unusual people. Most families in the country are doing everything they can to save money, so they can fight the high cost of living. If you want to become a "do-it-yourselfer", you can go to DIY classes. And for those who don't have time to take a course, there are books that tell you how you can do things yourself.

    1. We can learn from the text that many newly married people ____.

    A. find it hard to pay for what they need     B. have to learn to make their own furniture

    C. take DIY courses run by the government   D. seldom go to a department store to buy things

    2. John and his wife went to evening classes to learn how to _____.

     A. run a DIY shop              B. make or repair things

    C. save time and money          D. improve the quality of life

    3. When the writer says that Jim has a full-time job at home, he means Jim _____.

    A. makes shoes at his home            B. does extra work at night

    C. does his own car and home repairs    D. keeps house and looks after his children

    4. Jim Hatfield decided to become a "do-it-yourselfer" when _____.

    A. his car repairs cost too much        B. the car repair class was not helpful

    C. he could not possibly do two jobs    D. he had to raise the children all by himself

    5. What would be the best title of the text?

    A. The Joy of DIY                B. You Can Do It Too!

    C. Welcome to Our DIY Course!    D. Ross and Hatfield: Believers in DIY

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-20
    来源: 绵阳市 2017 年初中学业考试暨高中阶段学校招生考试英语适应性测试题及答案.doc

    How do you          ? Some students are sharing their ideas with us.

    1.To Tom,           .

    F.   it takes at least 5 years for people to become good friends

    G. being together more makes different people good friends

    H.  the playground is the best place to make real friends

    I.    true friends should be alike in every way

    2.Most of Yumi’s friends are           .

    J.    picnic lovers   B. basketball players C. gym goers       D. English speakers

    3.Where did Ann make good friends?

    K.  On the playground.                   B. On the Internet.

    C. At the gym.                          D. At school.

    4.By making friends on the Internet, Peter can     .

    L.   speak better English           B. know more about the world

    C. write more stories            D. be better at basketball

    5.Which of the following is the best to be filled in the blank at the beginning?

    M. study well                    B. spend your spare time

    C. make friends                  D. make yourself different

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-20
    来源: 2017年七年级下学期月考试题及答案.doc

    It’s Saturday afternoon now . Sally and Sam are talking about what they are going to do tomorrow.

    Sally: What are you going to do tomorrow?

    Sam : Oh, I’m going to watch a football match .It’s my favourite team, Manchester United .

    Sally : Great ! I really like the team, too. What time is it going to be?

    Sam : At three o’clock in the afternoon. I have two tickets here . Would You like to go with me ?

    Sally :I’d love to . But I’m sorry I can’t . We’re going to have a basketball game tomorrow afternoon .

    Sam : It doesn’t matter(没关系) . Who are you going to play against(对抗)?

    Sally : A team from No.2 Middle School .

    Sam : Where are you going to play ?

    Sally :In our school .

    Sam : Good luck to you!

    Sally :Thanks . Have a good time . See you later .

    Sam :See you.

    (   ) 1. Tomorrow is Saturday .

    (   ) 2.Sam’s favourite team is Manchester United .

    (   ) 3.The football match is going to be at two o’clock .

    (   ) 4 Sally’s team is going to play against a team from No.3 Middle School .

    (   ) 5.They are going to play in Sally’s school.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-20
    来源: 2017年七年级下学期月考试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    There are some photos of my family . There are four people in my family . Look at the photo !     My father is reading a book. My mother is cleaning the floor . My sister and I are doing our homework .

    It’s eight o’clock in the evening now. My father and mother are watching TV. My sister is playing with a doll, and I’m reading some new books .

    1.   How many people are there in the picture ?

          A. Two    B. Three           C. Four                    D. Five

    2. What is my father doing now ?

          A. He’s reading a book.   B. He’s  watching TV.  

          C. He’s playing chess . D. He’s drinking tea .

    3.   Is my mother cleaning the window now ?

          A. Yes, it is .          B. Yes, she is .    C. No, she isn’t .  D. Sorry, I think so.

    4.   In the evening, my sister is ________.

          A. watching TV                B. reading English

    C. playing with a doll     D. doing her homework

    5. Who’s reading some new books ?

          A. I    B. My sister      C. My father             D. My mother

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-05-19
    来源: 2017年黄埔区初中毕业班综合测试英语试题及答案.doc

     阅读填空

    阅读短文及文后选项,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    Having a cheetah as a pet in the house? Does it sound scary to you? But for a family in South Africa, one cheetah is  treated as a VIP (Very Important Person ) in the house.

    The big cheetah is named Jolie, after the film star Angelina Jolie. 1. ________ She can often be found eating from the kitchen table, taking a short sleep on the sofa, or even sleeping on Lucy and Jeff’s bed, The big cat also sleeps and plays with the Brown’s other pet, the more usual one ---- a sheepdog.  2. ________ Having a cheetah as a pet is unusual. At first,  Mrs. Brown wasn’t willing to keep a cheetah as a pet. She said," 3. ________  But we are now happy that we did it ---- she is part of the family.” Just like her name, four-year-old Jolie has achieved a celebrity status in the Brown’s hometown, Fans often come to their home to take pictures of her. 4. ________

    However, a cheetah is always a cheetah. 5. ________ “She makes a lot of mess in the house, urinating everywhere and chewing everything. It’s her wild instincts .” said Mrs. Brown.

    There might be some problems of having a cheetah as a pet in the house, but some unusual fun must also be waiting ahead.

    A. Interestingly, Jolie enjoys all the special attention that is paid to her.

    B. I was really pleased to have a cheetah as a pet at the beginning.

    C. Though Jolie is now a pet in the home, she still has some wild habits.

    D. She is surely the VIP at Lucy and Jeff Brown’s home.

    E. I was really against the idea of getting a cheetah as a pet.

    F. An impossible friendship has happened between these two animals.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-05-19
    来源: 2017年黄埔区初中毕业班综合测试英语试题及答案.doc

    Have you ever wondered what goes through your mind when you choose where to sit in a new classroom? Or in a waiting room full of strangers? Or on a bus? Researchers have found out some interesting facts.

    Perhaps unsurprisingly, we prefer to sit closer to people like ourselves. Girls sit by girls and boys sit by boys. Adults sit together and young people choose another young person to sit near. But it goes further than this. We even choose to sit near someone who looks like us. People with glasses are more likely to sit near other people with glasses. People with long hair sit closer to other people with long hair.

    We seem to believe that people with similar habits or hobbies will share similar attitude and we are more likely to be accepted by people like ourselves or even, we think we may be safer with people who look like us. Sometimes that’s true but it's a pity if we always stick to the same people, the same group. The danger in always staying in our comfort zone (舒适区)is that we just recycle the same opinions, the same tastes and the same ideas. We lose the chance to learn something new, find out about interesting things, hear funny stories and discover difference.

    When we always stick to the same people, how can we ever break down the barriers which prevent us from getting to know people with different ideas? And how can we avoid the ignorance (无知),which too often leads to prejudice (偏见) and even fear? If instead you want to live in a society that opens to changes and new things and different opinions, be the cat among the pigeons.

    Move out of your comfort zone. Go and sit next to someone different. And don't just sit there in silence. Say hello. Ask a question. Start a conversation. That’s how we make friends. That’s how we learn about people. That’s how we open our minds to new ideas. That's how we live an exciting life.

    (    ) 1. From the passage, we know that people prefer sitting by someone who

    A. is like themselves                     B. has a sense of humor

    C. is open-minded                       D. lives an exciting life

    (    ) 2.People like staying in their comfort zone because they may

    A. remain comfortable and special          B. be accepted easily and feel safe

    C. find out more interesting things          D. discover differences among themselves

    (    ) 3.The underlined word “barriers” in Paragraph 4 means          .

      A. doors        B. difficulties         C. ideas        D. rules

    (    ) 4. Why does the writer ask us to meet people of different kinds?

    A. Because we feel safer and share similar tastes and ideas.

    B. Because we can enjoy an interesting and different ideas.

    C. Because we can say hello and ask them questions.

    D. Because we want to live in a society full of humour.

    (    ) 5.What is the title of this passage?

    A. Just to be ourselves                 B. Learn more about the foreign countries

    C. Live an exciting life                D. Jump out of the comfort zone

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-05-19
    来源: 2017年黄埔区初中毕业班综合测试英语试题及答案.doc

    Monday

    8—10 a. m.

    TECHNOLOGY Information Technology (IT )—Using the Internet

    In this lesson, students learn how to surf the internet safely and effectively. There will also be information about using different search engines. Finally, this lesson teaches students about the best websites to use to continue their education online.

    10—12 a. m

    ARTS

    10:00 a. m.

    DRAMA

    Students learn the play that the teacher gave before class. During this lesson, students will have the chance to act out roles with other students.

    11:00 a. m.

    PAINTING WITH WATERCOLOURS

    For most of this term, students learn how to use watercolours properly to make pictures. If the weather is good, the lesson may take place outdoors.

    LUNCH

    1—2 p. m.

    SCIENCES   Biology/Chemistry

    Students can choose which class to attend

    In biology this week, the topic is Human Body. Students will learn about how it works.

    Alternatively, students can study chemistry. This class takes place in the science lab, and this week students learn about H2 and O2

    2—4 p. m.

    SPORTS

    2:00 p. m.

    SIKLLS

    Students learn about the skills in a certain sport. We use video to see real action from past games.

    3:00 p. m.

    PRACTICE

    After we have picked teams, students will play a short match lasting 45 minutes. This week, the sports are football(for boys) and tennis (for girls).

    HOMEWORK

    IT—the teacher will give students websites to look up at home

    (about 30minutes)

    Drama –students have to learn a part for the next lesson (about 40 minutes)

    Biology/Chemistry—students have to write a short report of the lesson

    (about 20 minutes)

     (    ) 1.At __________, students are having a painting lesson.

    A. 9:30 a. m.        B. 11:35 a. m.               C. 1:30 p. m.           D. 2:15 p. m.

     (    )2.Students should prepare a new part of _____ ahead of time as their homework.

    A. Technology            B. Biology       C. Drama                  D. Chemistry

     (    )3.Students can learn how to __________ according to the information in the table.

    A. make a video                    B. write a report on Drama

    C. play basketball                    D. surf the Internet safely

     (    ) 4.An average student need about __________ minutes to finish his homework.

    A. 30               B. 40             C. 90                           D. 110

     (    ) 5.The information in the table is mainly for students to __________.

    A. take classes                            B. do their homework

    C. choose teachers                        D. organize hobby groups

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    来源: 2017年黄埔区初中毕业班综合测试英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解。

    Most of us have ever imagined the life on a desert island. We sometimes imagine a desert island to be a sort of paradise(天堂) where the sun always shines. Life there is simple and good. Ripe fruit falls from the trees and you are free to sit around without any work. This is really a beautiful picture, isn’t it? However, the other side of the picture is quite the opposite. Life on a desert island is awful. You either starve to death or live like Robinson Crusoe, waiting for a boat which never comes.

    Perhaps there is some truth in both these pictures, but few us have had the chance to find out. We can only experience it in the story like the following.

    Many years ago, two men spent five days on a coral island and they wished that they could stay there longer. They were driving a badly damaged boat from the Virgin Islands to Miami to have it repaired. During the journey, their boat began to sink(下沉). They quickly put food, matches, and cans of beer into a rubber dinghy(救生筏) and rowed for a few miles across the Caribbean until they arrived at a tiny coral island.

    There were hardly any trees on the island and there was no water, but this did not seem to be a problem. The men collected rainwater in the rubber dinghy. As they had brought a gun with them, they had plenty to eat. They caught lobster and fish every day, and they thought they lived just like a king. Five days later, a tank passed by and  saved them. However, they felt sorry that they had to leave.

    (    ) 1. What kind of life on the island was Not mentioned according to Paragraph 1?

         A. A simple and good life.    B. A sort of paradise life.

         C. A terrible life.           D. A common life.

    (    ) 2. What did the two men put into the small rubber dinghy?

         A. Food, medicine and cans.  B. Food, matches and medicine.

         C. Food, beer and matches.  D. Food, fish and cans.

    (    ) 3. In what order did the following events take place?

         a. They collected rainwater in the rubber dinghy.

         b. They put necessary things into a small rubber dinghy.

         c. They arrived at a tiny coral island.

         d. Their boat began to sink.

         e. They were saved by a tank.

    A. d-b-a-c-e     B. d-b-c-a-e     C. c-a-d-b-e     D. c-d-b-a-e

    (    ) 4. The underlined word “it” in the third paragraph means “        ”.

         A. the boat        B. the journey        C. the picture       D. the rubber dinghy

    (    )5. What can we know from the passage?

         A. The two men were sacred because of no water.

         B. The two men became the king on the island.

         C. The two men would stay on the coral island forever.

         D. The two men didn’t want to leave the coral island.

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    来源: 2017年汕头市金平区初中毕业生学业考试英 语 科 模 拟 试 题及答案.doc

        Many health products advertised on TV say they can improve your memory. But only ordinary food and healthy habits have been shown to work.

        A research team from University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) has made a four-step plan to improve your memory in just 14 days. “It sounds like another advertisement, but it really works,” says Gary Small, a professor from UCLA. The team found the four-step plan improved the memory of teenagers under stress (压力) and older people. Here’s the program:

        Memory training: Train yourself with memory exercises throughout the day.

    Healthy diet: Eat five rather than three meals a day but less food for each meal. The food should be rich in omega-3 fats, such as whole grains and vegetables with antioxidants (抗氧化剂).

    Physical exercise: Have some physical exercise such as walking, basketball or running every day. Physical exercise helps your brain stay sharp.

        Managing stress: Express your feelings instead of bottling them up. Make time for fun and relaxation. Stress is one of the brain’s worst enemies. It prevents you from thinking clearly and enjoying life.

        After a two-week study that included memory exercise, physical training and diet changes, the memories of the people who’re tested improved by about 5%.

    “We’ve known for years that diet and exercise can help people keep their physical health. This is a key part of healthy aging,” said Small. “But keeping mentally active is just as important. Now we have proved that people can improve their memories through a program of memory exercises and managing stress.”

    1. The research team from UCLA _______.

       A. showed people how to manage stress              B. helped people to keep fit

       C. helped people improve their memories              D. trained people to do well in physics tests

    2. According to the passage, a healthy diet that can improve our brain includes _______.

       A. eating fewer meals a day                                 B. eating food with antioxidants

       C. keeping away from whole grains                     D. eating food without omega-3 fats

    3. The underlined word mentally probably means _______ in the passage.

       A. 身体上                            B. 学术上                    C. 社交上                   D. 思维上

    4. Which of the following is NOT true?

       A. Bottling up feelings may lead to weak memory.

       B. Physical training is good for improving memory.

       C. The program to improve memories went smoothly.

       D. A strong memory depends mostly on health products.

    5. The purpose of the passage is _______.

       A. to show us ways to improve physical health

       B. to warn us that TV ads on health products are not true

       C. to prove that keeping mental health is more important

       D. to tell us healthy habits are helpful for memory improvement

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年七年级下学期英语第一次月考试题及答案.doc

    SUNNY SCHOOL

       We are a bilingual(双语) school for children of 6-15. We want a cook, a library assistant, a sports coach(教练) and a language teacher.

    根据招聘启事,选择最佳答案。

    (   ) 1 Which of the following cant go to Sunny School

            A. A four-year-old child         B. A ten-year-old child

            C .An eleven-year-old child    D. A fifteen-year-old child

    (   ) 2.Who is not wanted by Sunny School?

           A.A cook                              B .A headmaster

          C.A library assistant                D .A sports coach

    (   ) 3. Which of the following may not be able to() speak English?

            A. The language teacher       B .The library assistant

            C. The cook                         D. The sports coach

    (   ) 4. The coach must major in _________.

            A. Chinese     B .English   C. physical education   D. language

    (   ) 5. Which is right?

            A. The teacher can only teach Chinese.

            B. A twenty-five-year old cook cant work in the school.

            C. The library assistant must be careful.

            D. A teacher must be strong.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年七年级下学期英语第一次月考试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解。

       Mr. Smith is an English teacher. He comes from America. He has a daughter. Her name is Amy, and she is a good engineer in New York. Mr. Smith likes traveling very much, and he can speak Spanish very well. Now, he is in China, so he wants to learn some Chinese. He works very hard at his Chinese, and goes to Chinese classes every evening. He has a lot of friends in China and they often help him. He likes to talk with them. He tells his daughter that he can speak good Chinese, and he doesnt have any trouble(麻烦) with his Chinese, but the Chinese have a lot.

    (   ) 1. Mr. Smith works in ______.

          A. a hospital     B. a police station     C. a school     D. a restaurant

    (   ) 2. Mr. Smith is good at ______.

          A. Chinese       B. Japanese        C. Spanish        D. French

    (   ) 3. He learns Chinese ______.

          A. very well             B. not very well  

     C. we dont know       D. very good

    (   ) 4. Where does he learn Chinese?

          A. In an evening school.   B. At home.  

          C. In his friends home.   D. In a park.

    (   ) 5. Does he study very hard?

          A. Yes, he doesnt.      B. No, he doesnt. 

          C. Yes, he does.        D. No, he dont.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 白云区2017年初中毕业班英语综合测试卷及答案.doc

    Boston

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    Chairs”

    February 11--May 8, 2017

    Italian furniture expert Fausto Calderai and Indian photographer Dayanita Singh present an exhibition of chairs from the museum’s collection and “chair photographs” from around the world presented in a Venetian-style hall housing world-famous masterpieces.

    For more information: www.gardnermuseum.org

    New York

    The Noguchi Museum

    Noguchi and Graham”

    December 1, 2016--May 1, 2017

    Noguchi’s long-term collaboration with dancer Martha Graham is regarded by many as a high point in the history of both modern dance and art. The exhibition highlights nine of the sets created through this collaboration.

    For more information: www.noguchi.org

    Philadelphia

    Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

    In Full View: American Painting(1720--2017)”

    January 11--April 10, 2017

    Founded in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy has been home to America’s artists for 200 years. The Academy collects and exhibits the works of famous American artists, and is well-known for training fine artists. It is the largest exhibition of Academy’s distinguished American collection in the institution’s history.

    For more information: www.pafA.org

    Seattle

    Seattle Museum of Glass

    Murano: Glass from the Olnick Spanu Collection”

    November 7, 2017

    This exhibition includes over 200 pieces of beautiful glass from Murano, the island of glassblowers near Venice, Italy. Watch live glass-blowing shows in the Hot Shop and see other modern glass exhibitions.

    For more information: www.museumofglass.org

    1Which of the following websites offers information about the furniture show?

    Awww. pafA. org     Bwww. museumofglass.org

    Cwww. noguchi.org   Dwww. gardnermuseum.org

    2We learn from the text that Martha Graham is _____.

    Aa dancer           Ba glassblower

    Ca painter           Da photographer

    3If you want to know the history of American painting, you may visit _____.

    Athe Noguchi Museum           BSeattle Museum of Glass

    CIsabella Stewart Gardner Museum DPennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

    4If you want to watch live glass-blowing shows, you can go to _____.

    APhiladelphia     BBoston     CSeattle      DNew York

    5We can go to the museums of the 4 cities above except ______.

    AFebruary 15, 2017        BMay 10, 2017

    CDecember 10, 2016       DApril 8, 2017

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类