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    来源: 模块质量测评(一)及答案.doc

    Have you ever been ill? When you are ill, you must be unhappy because your body becomes hotand there are pains all over your body. You don't want to work, and you stay in bed, feeling very sad.

    What makes us ill? It is germs (细菌). Germs are everywhere. They are very small and you can't find them with your eyes, but you can see them with a microscope. They are very small and there could be hundreds of them on a very small thing.

    Germs are always found in dirty water. When we look at dirty water under the microscopewe shall see them in it. So your father and mother will not let you drink dirty water.

    Germs aren't found only in the water. They are found in the air and dust. If you cut your fingerif some of the dust from the floor goes into the cut (割开处), some of the germs would go into your finger. Your finger would become big and red, and you will have much pain in it. Sometimes the germs would go into all of your bodyand you would have pains everywhere.

    1Which of the following is TRUE?

    A. If things are very small, they are germs.

    B. If things can't be seen, they must be germs.

    C. Germs are only in dirty water.

    D. Germs are everywhere around us.

    2What is a microscope used for?

    A. Making very small things look much bigger.

    B. Making very big things look much smaller.

    C. Helping you read some newspapers.

    D. Helping you if you can't see things clearly.

    3Which of the following is NOT true?

    A. Germs can be found both in the water and in the air.

    B. Germs can go into your finger if it is cut.

    C. If your temperature is not OK, there must be germs in your body.

    D. If your finger isn't cut, there aren't any germs on it.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 模块质量测评(一)及答案.doc

    Compared to kids who eat with their families once a week or not at all, kids who always sit down to eat with their families are less likely to be overweight and eat unhealthy foods, according to US. researchers at the University of Illinois.

    In the study, which included 182,836 children aged 2 to 17, researchers found kids who ate with their parents at least three times a week had 12% lower chances of being overweight. The children were also 20% less likely to eat junk food, 35% less likely to have eating problems like missing meals or making_a_pig_of_oneself,_and 24% more likely to eat vegetables and other healthy foods.

    According to the US. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, childhood overweight has increased by more than three times over the past 30 years. The extra pounds may destroy kids' self­esteem (自尊) and can cause health problems such as heart disease.

    We also know that families that sit down together are less likely to eat high­calorie food, so the kids can control their weight said John Hammond, a professor at the University of Illinois. There are also nutritional (营养的) benefits from that said him. Regular family meals make it easy to ensure everyone is getting the nutrients they need, which is good for children's growth. For example, they cook fish once a week and red meat once or twice every two weeks and have a vegetable at every meal.

    As a result, the researchers encourage families to spend more time together around the dinner table. It doesn't have to be every day said John Hammond. “We know that families are very busy.”

    1The underlined phrase “making a pig of oneself” in Paragraph 2 means ________.

    A. eating pork                               B. eating red meat

    C. eating vegetables                       D. eating too much

    2Family meals can make kids less likely to be overweight because ________.

    A. family meals are all delicious

    B. parents can control their kids' food when eating together

    C. family meals are eaten in a happy mood

    D. kids can get any food they like during family meals

    3Which of the following is the researchers' suggestion?

    A. To have dinners with kids as often as possible.

    B. To have dinners with kids every day.

    C. To have dinners with kids once a week.

    D. To have dinners with kids twice a week.

    4The text is mainly written for ________.

    A. scientists                                  B. children

    C. parents                                     D. teachers

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 浙江省绍兴市2017年中考英语试题及答案.doc

    Have you ever seen a car without a driver? It sounds crazy, but these computer-driven driverless cars will soon be filling roads near you. Companies like Google and Tesla have been designing and testing these cars, and the technology is there.

    So how? The cars have sensors(感应器)all around which can find other cars and objects in the road. Road signs are read by cameras, and satellite navigation systems(卫星导航系统)are used so the car knows how to get where you want to go. All you have to do is type in the address! Finally, a central computer system takes in all the information that it receives from the sensors and cameras and works out when to speed up, stop and turn.

    Sound like your idea of heaven(天堂)? Sitting back, looking out of the windows and even watching a film or reading a book while ‘driving’ would be possible with this new technology. You wouldn’t have to worry about remembering directions to where you’re going. In addition, computers would also drive more safely than people — they would obey the rules and have quicker action times when in dangerous situations.

    However, there are many drawbacks of driverless cars. Computers would have difficulties making ethical(道德的)decisions: if a child ran into the road, would the computer choose to hit the child or turn suddenly and potentially kill the car’s passengers? Moreover, I personally find driving fun –I’d miss never driving a car myself. There would also be many other decisions to be made –should children, or drunk people, be allowed in a driverless car by themselves? Or would there need to be a person with a driving license in the car at all times?

    I’m not certain I’d want a driverless car – but it’s only a matter of time before they’ll become more affordable and popular on our roads.

    1. When using a driverless car, you need only     .

    A. read the road signs carefully           B. check the cameras

    C. put the address into the computer   D. remember the directions

    2. The third paragraph mainly tells us about the     of driverless cars.

    A. instructions          B. standards           C. advantages        D. tests

    3. The underlined word “potentially” in Paragraph 4 means “    “.

    A. possibly          B. successfully         C. especially       D. naturally

    4. What’s the writer’s opinion about future driverless cars?

    A. They’ll cause more accidents.            B. They’ll be less expensive.

    C. They’ll use less energy.                     D. They’ll run much faster.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 浙江省绍兴市2017年中考英语试题及答案.doc

    More Chinese universities are opening their libraries to the public, allowing people to enjoy reading during normal time and the vacations.

    But for some students, including Wang Ling, 21, in Sun Yat-sen University, this practice has caused headaches. “Members of the public come to our libraries more for sightseeing than reading,” said Wang.

    “They sometimes even bring their kids along, and take photos as if it were a place of interest.”

    Wang has found it hard to get a seat during busy times. Being short of space is a common problem for university libraries in China.

    However, this is not the only reason why students dislike their libraries being open to members of the public. They fear that the quietness of the libraries will be influenced because of visitors’ rude behavior.

    Chen Jie, 18, a student in Tongji University, is one who would be against opening to the public. “I have been to a public library before. People were chatting loudly or speaking on cell phone so you can hardly read,” Chen said. She notices teachers doing serious reading and feels their concentration(专注)has influenced her. “If too many strangers stay here, the whole library will be a noisy place and it’s difficult for us to study quietly,” she said.

    Will there be alternative(可替代的)ways to share those libraries? Some experts consider that university libraries can prevent the public from entering certain areas. “We might keep magazines for academic research only for teachers and students,” said Zhu Lina, library director in Jinan University.

    Working together with the community library is another solution. “It’s possible that a member of the public can order a book in our library over the Internet,” Ge Jianxiong, the library director in Fudan University said. “We’ll send it to a public libraries close to their home.”

    1. We can see from the passage that Wang Ling     .

    A. hates to study in the library               B. prefers sightseeing to reading

    C. feels good to play with kids               D. is a university student aged 21

    2. In Chen Jie’s opinion, visitors to university libraries may     .

    A. take up too much space               B. break the peace there

    C. make teachers relaxed                D. get students to read more

    3. The writer mentions two libraries directors’ words to help explain how to     .

    A. manage libraries online         B. keep the public polite

    C. share university libraries        D. do scientific research

    4. Where is the passage most probably taken from?

    A. A newspaper.         B. A library guide.         C. A story book.         D. A notice board.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 浙江省绍兴市2017年中考英语试题及答案.doc

    Sydney Fredette has a lot of things to deal with. Not only is she a high school student, but she has also set up her own organization, Beary Merry Christmas. She volunteers(自愿)to serve poor kids and families in Orange Country in California, US.

    To remember her best friend who died of cancer nearly 10 years ago, Fredette decided  to serve those in Orange Country who are less lucky than she is.

    She began with the simple idea of collecting donated(捐赠的)Build-A-Bears,the popular toy animal that is made by children themselves in the stores’ workshops. Fredette then gave them as gifts to the homeless children in California during the holiday season.

    With donations at more than 100 bears a year, Fredette and volunteers host activities every year, where volunteers not only give out the bears, but also clothing, meals, and other things.

    Not wanting to limit(限制)the giving to just the holiday months, Fredette now hosts other activities for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Halloween, providing the chance for her volunteer team to make a difference through the year.

    “I love making relationships with the people I serve,” Fredette said. “The thanks they have, hearing their stories and seeing how happy they are, it’s so cool.”

    Future plans for Fredette include building a public food bank and providing a self-development class for students in her school who will soon attend college.

    Heading to college herself in the fall, Fredette is looking to stay local and continue to help out in her hometown. In fact, she was regarded as a “Dreamer & Doer” not long ago for her work in improving her community, along with 32 other high school students.

    1. Fredette started her own organization to     .

    A. keep her life busy   B. help poor people       C. look after the sick         D. thank her best friend

    2. What can we learn about Beary Merry Christmas?

    A. It holds one activity a year.          B. It offers service around America.

    C. It buys bears from the stores.         D. It gives out other things besides bears.

    3. It can be inferred(推断)that Fredette     .

    A. likes telling people stories            B. dreams of being a teacher

    C. is pleased with what she does         D. plans to leave California for college

    4. What can be the best title for the passage?

    A. Giving back to society            B. Getting on well with others

    C. Providing a food bank             D. Improving community colleges

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 浙江省绍兴市2017年中考英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解;阅读下面四篇材料,然后从各题所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。

    Learn English in New Zealand

    Learn English in New Zealand at Language Schools New Zealand (LSNZ). Our Christchurch and Queenstown schools in the South Island of NZ are the perfect places to learn English.

    What is your dream?

    Do you dream of speaking English very well?

    Do you dream of travel, making friends, a lifestyle using English?

    LSNZ will help you to achieve your dream.

    Language Schools New Zealand Christchurch and Queenstown are in the fascinating South Island of New Zealand. Both English schools are fully recognised(认证)by NZQA and are in beautiful NZ places. LSNZ offers many kinds of English courses including General English, Exam Preparation, Study & Ski and more. Our friendly hard-working staff have helped many students from all over the world achieve their dream of using English in their lives. We invite you too to become a member of the LSNZ family.

    LSNZ English Courses.

    Enroll(注册)now for a LSNZ English course –we promise your English will improve and offer 2 NZ schools with excellent teachers and small class sizes.

    l         General English

    l         IELTS

    l         Study & Ski

    l         Combo Course

    Cambridge, Toeic & Pitmans Exam preparation courses are also offered at both schools.

    1. According to the text, Christchurch and Queenstown school     .

    A. lie in the North Island            B. are members of LSNZ

    C. own the perfect places to visit     D. teach only local students

    2. The text tells us that LSNZ     .

    A. provides over four courses          B. practices large-class teaching

    C. designs lots of exams               D. has many teachers from abroad

    3. Those who want to      will most probably be interested in this text.

    A. look for jobs at LSNZ             B. build language schools

    C. improve their English            D. learn about New Zealand

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年河北省初中毕业生升学文化课考试英语试卷及答案.doc

    You Can Make a Windsock(风筒)

           Have you ever seen a windsock blowing in the wind? Well, you can make one of your own! This is a fun project that you can do with things you may have. You just need to follow a few easy steps.

    You will need:

    ●one piece of heavy colored paper                     ●five ribbons

    ●strong tape                                             ●a string

    ●a pencil

    What to do:

    Step 1: Draw pictures on the paper. You can write your name on it. Do anything that

    will make it special to you.

           Step 2: Make the paper into the shape of a tube. Hold one of the

    shorter edges(边缘) over the other. Then make them together

    with the tape at each end and in the middle.

           Step 3: Use a pencil to make a hole into both sides of the tube. The holes

               should be only on one end of the tube. Pull the string through both

               holes. Then tie the ends of the string together.

    Step 4: Now make five holes around the top of the other end of the tube.

          Put a ribbon through each of the holes. Tie a knot in the ends.

          Make sure the knots are bigger than the holes.

           Now your windsock is ready to use, but how does it work? The shape of the tube plays an important part. Wind blows through the tube and makes it fly and dance around. Hold the windsock up in the air by its string and run around. It will fly behind you. You can also hang it outside and watch it dance around on its own!

    1. You draw pictures on the paper to make the windsock ________.

    A. fun                          B. heavy                       C. strong                      D. special

    2. Which of these things do you need for Step 2?

    A. Tape.                       B. Ribbons.                   C. A pencil.                   D. A string.

    3. What do you do after you put ribbons through the holes in the tube?

    A. Make holes in the tube.                                 B. Tape the tube together.

    C. Tie knots in the ribbons.                               D. Put a string through the hole.

    4. What is probably the most important to make a windsock work?

    A. Its shape.                                                    B. Its size.

    C. The color of the paper.                                 D. The number of the holes.

    5. What is the main purpose of this article?

    A. To tell an interesting story.                                   B. To explain how to do something.

    C. To teach an important lesson.                        D. To show what a windsock is like.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年苏州市初中毕业暨升学考试英语试卷及答案.doc

    Lizzie-s diary from Antarctica (南极洲)

    Day 3: Tuesday   December 2

    We planned to go to Rothera that morning. We’d be staying there for the next two weeks. Because Antarctica is the windiest place on earth, sometimes you can’t fly at all.

    We had a nervous wait over breakfast to find out if we’d be leaving that day. People have to stay in Stanley for weeks while the pilots wait for good weather

    It turned clear at 9:30 and we took off at 10:30 on a little red plane called a Dash-7. But even when we were in the air, there was still a chance we wouldn’t be able to fly the whole day.

    Day 4: Wednesday   December 3

    After waking up in the Antarctic for the first time today I can understand why

    everybody who comes here falls in love with the place. It is really beautiful.

       We’re staying at Rothera Survey base with mountains of ice all around. It s about minus 20C today, which for me is very cold, but the regulars(常客) here are often seen walking around in T-shirts !

    Day 5: Thursday  December 4

        I woke up to another beautiful sunny day here in the Antarctic. I’m told it’s a bit colder

    today, about minus 50C , but it’s not very windy so it feels warmer. Those of us who are

    new to the bas have to do a spccial training course before we're allowed to go off base to

    other stations or to go snowboarding over the nearby hill.

    Day 7: Saturday  December 6

         Not a cloud in the sky and it’s warm enough to sit outside (in a jacket).

         The most amazing thing about this place is how the scenery (凤景) changes every day.

    At first I thought I was going mad. I’d step outside in the morning and think, “I’m sure that big mountain of ice wasn’t there yesterday.” It’s because the sea ice is always movingslowly thankfully !

    1. Lizzie sat outside wearing a jacket on_______.

       A. Tuesday         B. Wednesday        C. Thursday    D. Saturday

    2. What could stop Lizzie from leaving Stanley for Rothera?

         A. Strong winds.     B. Thick clouds.    C. Mountains of ice.   D. Low temperatures.

    3. How did Lizzie feel during her stay in the Antarctic?

       A. Afraid.      B. Nervous.      C. Amazed.    D. Bored.

    4. What impressed Lizzie most about Rothera was that _______.

    A. people walked around in T-shirts     B. there was a special training course

    C. the weather was sometimes warm    D. the scenery changed every day

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年苏州市初中毕业暨升学考试英语试卷及答案.doc

        Do you have brown hair? Are you taller than other kids your age? These characteristics

    were decided before you were born. You got your traits from your parents. They passed their

    traits on to you through genes (基因).

        Genes carry codes (代码) for blue eyes or brown eyes. Genes say how tall you will get

    and what color hair you will have. You got half of your genes from your mother. You got half

    of your genes from your father. So you have your own set of genes. Each person gets different genes for each body part. That is why you look like but not exactly like your brother or sister.

        A dominant (性的)  gene shows up most of the time. Brown eyes are dominant over

    bluc eyes. A recessive (降性的)  gene shows up less often. Light hair comes from a recessive

    gene. Dark hair is more common. Look at the eye color and hair color of the people around

    you. You will see that this is true.

        Genes help to make you who you are. But they don't tell the whole story. Your genes

    may help you to be fast and strong. But you still need to learn how to run or swim or skate

    wel.

    1. The underlined word “traits” in Paragraph 1 means________.2

       A. charactcristics    B. expericnces    C. achievements      D. possibilities

    2. According to Paragraph 3, you can see most of the people around you have______.

    A. brown eyes with dark hair     B. brown eyes with light hair

    C. blue eyes with dark hair       D. blue eyes with light hair

    3. What is the passage mainly about?

    A. Genes carry codes for eyes and hair.   B. Genes help to make you who you are.

    C. Genes help you to be fast and strong.  D. Genes make brothers look similar.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年安徽省初中学业水平考试英语试题及答案1.doc

    Dear Sunday Globe,

    I am writing to tell you about your article Smartphones Make Life Easier in last Sunday’s newspaper. You did an excellent job explaining the good points of smartphones, but you didn’t talk about their bad points at all. So, I hope you’ll let me give your readers some advice on smartphone etiquette (礼仪). The first point I’d like to address is loudness. When you talk on your smartphone in public, please don’t shout. In fact, the microphones in smartphones are very sensitive (灵敏的). So, you can be heard even if you speak quietly.

    Another point is about personal space. I don’t think it is polite to make calls in small spaces full of people. This makes others uncomfortable and forces them to listen to your personal business. What’s worse, it stops many face-to-face conversations from ever beginning.

    Lastly, doing two things at the same time is dangerous. For example, making calls while driving is a bad habit. Pay attention to the road! Similarly, when staying with your friends, turn off your smartphone and enjoy their company.

    Yours truly,

    Amber Jala

    1. Amber Jala wrote the letter to ________ .

     A. find a good job                                           B. provide advice

     C. make her life easier                                     D. buy a smartphone

    2. What does the underlined word “address” in Paragraph 2 probably mean?

     A. 致函                            B. 称呼                       C. 陈述                       D. 选址

    3. According to Paragraph 3, what makes people around you uncomfortable?

     A. Discussing face-to-face.                             B. Speaking quietly on your phone.

     C. Minding your own business.                        D. Calling in small spaces full of people.

    4. What can we learn from the last paragraph?

     A. It is dangerous to drive on the road.

     B. It is easy to start a company with others.

     C. It is bad to turn off our phones while driving.

     D. It is important to use our smartphones properly.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 2017年安徽省初中学业水平考试英语试题及答案1.doc

    Still remember the following poems? Memories return every time I read or hear them.

    Hush now, my little one.

    Hush now, my sunshine.

    Hush now, piece of my heart.

    Go to sleep, my little one.

    Go to sleep, my love.

    Go to sleep, piece of my heart.

    Sleep, my little one,

    While I sing to you.

    Sleep, my little one,

    Who is already asleep.

    My mama feeds me,

    And washes my fur.

    The first thing I see every morning is her.

    The last thing I kiss every night is her face.

    My mama is the very best one,

    And sings like a bird,

    And knows how I feel.

    When I don’t say a word,

    My mama is warm.

    I can set the table.

    I can sweep the floor.

    I can wash my clothes

    And count to forty-four.

    I can wash dishes.

    And clean my bedroom.

    There is so much I can do.

    Now ask you.

    Notes: 1. hush  v. 安静  2. fur  n. 皮毛  3. sweep  v. 打扫

    1. The first poem is sung to _____.

     A. babies             B. mothers             C. relatives            D. friends[

    2. In the second poem, the last thing “I” will kiss at night is _____.

     A. the fur             B. mum’s face              C. a bird                D. mum’s bed

    3. What do you think of “I” in the third poem?

     A. Helpful.           B. Lucky.                     C. Crazy.               D. Shy.

    4. What are the three poems mainly about?

     A. Food and health.                           B. Hobbies and sports.

     C. Family and love.                           D. Animals and humans.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
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    来源: 青岛市二○ 一七年初中学业水平考试英 语 试 题及答案.doc

    Ray Charles, a black singer and pianist of the USA. He had won 12 Grammy Awards (格莱美奖) and performed at 10,000 concerts around the world. Many musicians called him simply “the Genius”

    (天才).

    Ray Charles was born into a poor family, without a father. When he was 5 years old, his younger brother died, and around the same time, Charles started to lose his sight. By the age of 7 he was completely blind. He had already been learning the piano for a year, and when he went blind, his mother knew this would be the only way he would make any money in the future. All his life, Charles remembered her saying: “Do it right, or don’t do it at all.”

    Later he went to a school for blind and deaf children. There the teachers also encouraged him to

    study music. Sadly, while he was still at school, his mother died. He left school and in the early 1950s Charles organized a group of players. He sang, played the piano and wrote music.

    He made many classical CDs with famous artists such as Elton John and the Beatles.

    In 2003 a film of his life Ray was made. The part of Charles was played by a younger actor and musician called Jamie Foxx. The film director brought Foxx to meet Charles. After they had been playing together for two hours, Charles, then aged 73, jumped up and said: Hes the one ... he can do it. A year later Charles died aged 74. The film of his life has been as popular as his songs and means that the memory of Charles’ music will live on.

    1. What can we learn from Rays childhood story?

    A.   His father died when he was 5 years old.

    B.   He started to go blind at the age of 7.

    C.   He was born in a rich musician family.

    D.  He started to learn the piano at the age of 6.

    2. Ray Charles’ mother encouraged him to play music because ______.

    A.   his father was a musician as well

    B.   because it would help him get used to being blind

    C.   it was a good way for a blind person to get money

    D.  his teacher thought he was a genius

    3. Ray Charles went to a school for ______.

    A. normal children B. deaf and blind children

    C. talented children only D. children without parents

    4. Ray Charles thought that Jamie Foxx ______.

    A.   was the right person to play him in the film

    B.   was a good film maker

    C.   was the wrong person to play him in the film

    D.  was a good director

    5. What is the main idea of the last paragraph?

    A. Becoming a musician. B. Childhood story.

    C. The film of Rays life. D. Master of many styles.

    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:2017-06-23
    来源: 青岛市二○ 一七年初中学业水平考试英 语 试 题及答案.doc

    Uncle Sam

    Do your children enjoy interesting stories, funny games and exciting dances? Uncle Sam will be ready to teach children of all ages all these things at the City Theatre on Saturday morning at 10:00. Free.

    Walking Tour

    Forget your worries on Saturday morning. Take a beautiful walk and learn about local history. Meet at the front entrance of City Hall at 9:30. Wear comfortable shoes!

    Movie Time

    Two films will be shown on Saturday afternoon at the Museum Theatre. See March of the Penguins at 1:30. Kung Fu Panda will be at 3:45. For further information, call 4987898.

    International Picnic

    Are you tired of eating the same food every day? Come to Central Park on Saturday and enjoy food from all over the world. Delicious and not expensive. Noon to 5:00 p.m.

    Take Me Out to the Ballgame

    Its October, and this Saturday night is your last chance to see the Redbirds this year. Get your tickets at the gate. It might be cold. Dont forget sweaters and jackets.

    Do You Want to Hear The Zoo?

    The Zoo, a popular rock group from Australia, will give their first US concert this Saturday night at 8:00 at Rose Hall, City College.

    1. You probably eat Chinese, Italian and Indian food at ______.

    A. City Hall B. Central Park

    C. the City Theatre D. City College

    2. We can see movies at ______.

    A. 10:00 a.m. B. 9:30 a.m.

    C. 3:45 p.m. D. 8:00 p.m.

    3. The Zoo here is a ______.

    A. music group B. US concert

    C. popular park D. museum theatre

    4. From the passage, we can know ______.

    A.   if you are 8 years old, you have to pay to learn exciting dances

    B.   you can call 4987898 to get a ticket to go to Rose Hall

    C.   you can learn local history on a walking tour on Sunday morning

    D.  the Redbirds’ last match this year will be held outside

    5. The passage is mainly about ______.

    A. city news B. weekend activities

    C. music week D. food festival

    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:2017-06-23
    来源: 青岛市二○ 一七年初中学业水平考试英 语 试 题及答案.doc

    阅读理解 阅读下列短文做出正出最佳答案(A)(B)

    Our skin is like a bag that we live in. Inside the bag our bodies are mostly water. Our water is like the water in the sea. It is very salty. Also, like the ocean, we can lose our water. The wind and the sun could take it away. Our bag of skin keeps our bodys ocean from drying up.

    Our skin keeps out sunshine. Too much sunshine can hurt us. Skin also keeps out dirt. Thats

    important because some kinds of dirt can make us sick. Our skin feels things. It feels warm things, cold things, things it touches, and things that hurt it. A campfire feels warm. A snowball thrown in our face feels cold and hurts us. A hug is the touch of another persons skin on our own.

    Our hair is a special kind of covering. It helps us keep things out of our eyes, ears and nose. Hair

    is also good for keeping us warm. When we get goose bumps (鸡皮疙瘩), our body hairs stand up. Then the hairs hold air close to our skin like a thick blanket (毯子). Hair keeps animals warm, too. Some animals have more hair than others, so they have a better blanket for cold weather.

    Our nails (指甲) are another special skin which are very hard. They help keep our fingers from

    getting hurt. Our nails arent as strong as the nails that animals have. But they are good for picking up coins.

    1. Our skin is like a bag full of salt.

    2. Our skin keeps out dirt and sunshine.

    3. Our skin helps us feel things, touch or hurt others.

    4. Our hair helps protect our eyes, ears and nose.

    5. Our nails are weaker than the nails that animals have but can keep our fingers safe.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-06-23
    来源: 邵阳市 2017 年初中毕业学业考试英语试题卷及答案.doc

    阅读短,从 ABC 三个选项中选出最佳答案回答问题或完成句子

    Langshan Mountain, lying in Xinning County, is about 500 kilometers away from Changsha. It is one of China’s National Geological Parks and is famous for its special Danxia landform(丹霞地貌).


    Covering an area of 108 square kilometers, Langshan Mountain has rich natural scenery and lots of tourism resources. There are more than 60 scenic spots (
    景点) in Langshan Mountain, among which the most famous are Tianyi Lane(天一巷), Chili Peak(辣椒峰), Bajiao Stronghold(八角寨) and so on.

    On August 2nd, 2010, Langshan Mountain was recorded in the World Heritage List(世界遗产名录) and became China’s eighth world natural heritage.

    If you would like to visit Langshan Mountain, you can take

    a bus from Shaoyang South Station to Xinning County. It will take you about 2 hours and the price of the bus ticket is 54 yuan each adult. Then you can take a taxi to Langshan Mountain. The best time to visit Langshan Mountain is from March to October.

    1.Langshan Mountain lies in                 .

    A.      Xinshao County           B.    Xinning County             C.    Longhui County

    2.How many scenic spots are there in Langshan Mountain?

    A.       More than 60.             B.    Less than 60.                C.    About 16.

    3.Langshan Mountain became China’s                world natural heritage in 2010.

    A.       sixth                           B.    seventh                         C.    eighth

    4.You can take                 to Langshan Mountain from Xinning County.

    A.        a train                         B.    a plane                          C.    a taxi

    5.The best time for you to visit Langshan Mountain is                .

    A.       in December                B.    in May                         C.    in February

    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:2017-06-23
    来源: 2017年冀教版英语中考模拟题 2及答案

    阅读理解。

    Dear Victor:

    I am a college student. Nowadays games on the net are very popular with college students. Some of my roommates aer very intererted in them. They not only play games in their free time, but also keep talking about them at night when lights are off, and they regard games as part of life. I’ve begged(乞求) them to give it up, but they wouldn’t listen to me. It has become a rather big problem. Should I report it to our teachers or do something else?

    Ted,

    Dear Ted:

    Drop it. Your roommates, as grown-ups, can do whatever they want with their time so long as it doesn’t break school rules or violate(防碍) other people’s interests.

    Playing perhaps gives these students relaxation(放松) from hard study. If they play too often, have little time to study, and they will reap what they have sown, but you will not. Reporting to the teachers would only harm your good name in your dormitory(宿舍). However you have rights to ask your roommates to be quiet when you need sleep. If they aren’t angry with you, they will stop talking. But be polite and friendly. Perhaps, in return, join them in a game or two.

    Victor.

    1. According to the first letter, many college students enjoy__________.

      A. playing computer games

      B. searching information on the Internet

      C. sending e-mails

      D. buying things online

    2. Ted wants his roommates to___________.

      A. break their computers

      B. sell their computers to teachers

      C. stop playing computer games

      D. play games in the day, not at night

    3. According to the second letter, some college students____________.

      A. can violate school rules or other people’s interests

      B. have their rights to quarrel with Ted

      C. can relax themselves while playing games on the net

      D. can study even better if they play games on the net

    4. Victor asks Ted to__________.

      A. report to the teachers

      B. harm his good name in the dormitory

      C. quarrel with his roommates

      D. learn how to get on well with others

    5. In the second letter, the underlined part(划线部分) means__________.

    A. 自食其果

    B. 随心所欲地做事

    C. 回家种庄稼

    D. 逃避责任

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-06-22
    来源: 重庆市2017年初中毕业生学业水平暨普通高中招生考试英语试卷及答案

    Could the students from less developed areas in central and western China get the same educational chances as those in big cities in the east? Could the children in poor rural (农村) areas develop as well as those in rich cities? Maybe the answers were “No” in the past. But now, China is trying to change the situation.

       In order to help rural students grow taller and stronger, China’s Nutrition (营养) Improvement Program started in 2011. According to the program, a lot more money was spent improving students’ meals. More than 36 million students from 134,000 primary and junior high schools in poor rural areas have benefited from the program. They are provided with healthy food like eggs and milk from Monday to Friday at school. And the result of a survey shows that the students in those areas are much taller and stronger than before.

       It is true that there were differences between less developed areas and developed areas in education before. Recently, The Guideline for Popularizing High School Education (2017-2020) has come out. According to the guideline, above 90% students from all over the country will go to high schools by 2020. What’s more, the schools in central and western areas will get more support to improve their education.

        Students from rural and poor areas also get more chances to receive higher education. A special college program makes it possible for more students from those areas to go to key (重点的) colleges and universities. The number will be increased by 10% in 2017.

        With the guideline and the programs, we can expect a fairer and more balanced (均衡的) education in the future.

    1. The number of 134,000 in Paragraph 2 is the number of _______ in poor rural areas.

    A. the key schools                       B. the poor students

    C. the key colleges and universities         D. the primary and junior high schools

    2. The underlined word “benefited” in Paragraph 2 means _______ in Chinese.

    A. 逃离       B. 获益        C. 受害         D. 赚钱

    3. If we put the passage into three parts, which of the following is the best?

        (=Para.(自然段) 1   =Para. 2  ƒ=Para. 3   =Para. 4  =Para. 5)

    A. ;ƒ;      B. ;ƒ;   C. ;ƒ;   D. ;ƒ;

    4. After reading the passage, we can infer(推断) that ________.

    A. Liu Xi, a student from Chongqing, can go to any high school if she wants to

    B. Li Mei, a student from a western rural school, can get a bag of milk every day

    C. Hu Jia, a 12-year-old rural student, will more easily receive high school education

    D. Han Lei, a student from Beijing, will have few chances to go to key universities

    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:2017-06-22
    来源: 重庆市2017年初中毕业生学业水平暨普通高中招生考试英语试卷及答案

    China has been famous around the world since ancient times. In the past, we had the Four Great Inventions. Nowadays, more inventions and creations have made China stronger and greater in the world.

    On May 5th, 2017, at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, China’s first large homemade jet airliner(喷气式客机), the C919, took off successfully for the first time. It has taken about ten years for the scientists and researchers to make this Chinese dream come true, It’s a pride of the whole nation. So far, more than 23 companies have already ordered 570 C919 planes from China. But we still have a long way to go before the C919 carries passengers by 2020. It also faces the challenge of competing with the Airbus A320 and the new Boeing B737.

    What’s more, China is working on the new high-speed trains with the highest speed of 400 km/h. It will be ready by 2020. The new trains are expected to push area cooperation(合作) and create new business for China and foreign countries. Many countries, especially the ones in Central Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe, are planning to build high-speed rail lines or to improve their railways with the help of China. They’d like to get support in technology from China.

    China has made great progress in both science and technology. And it makes a great contribution(贡献) to human, too. All of these are changing the daily life of Chinese people, even of the people around the world.

    1. The C919 will have a competition with _______ and the new Boeing B737.

    A. the Airbus A320     B. the Boeing B777   C. the Airbus A380   D. the Boeing B787

    2. From the passage, we know that many countries in ______are planning to build high-speed rail lines or to improve their railways.

         Southeast Asia     North America     Eastern Europe

       Central Asia       South America     the Middle East

      A. ①③④⑤        B. ①③④⑥     C. ②③④⑤   D. ②④⑤⑥

    3. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

    A. Over 32 companies ordered 570 C919 planes from China.

    B. Successfully, the C919 took off for the first time on May 5th, 2017.

    C. Many countries in Central Asia help China build high-speed rail lines.

    D. The high-speed trains with the speed of 400 km/h can carry more passengers.

    4. The passage mainly wants to tell us _______.

       A. the Chinese scientists are better at science and technology than before

       B. the four Great Inventions makes China strong and great in the world

       C. China has increased the international influence with its development

       D. China has produced the new high-speed trains with the speed of 400 km/h

    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:2017-06-22
    来源: 重庆市2017年初中毕业生学业水平暨普通高中招生考试英语试卷及答案

     阅读理解。阅读下列材料,从ABCD四个选项中选出最佳答案。

    All through the winter, the Esquimaux(爱斯基摩人) live in houses made of snow. These small houses are very clean and white when they are new. They can soon turn dirty, but pieces of fresh snow make them new again.

       Sometimes the Esquimaux build their small houses with the wood that they find along the seaside. However, they aren’t always so lucky. When they can’t get wood, they use the snow. It is so cold that the snow becomes very hard, so the small houses are strong enough in the whole winter. The windows of these houses are not made of glass, but of ice.

    When the warm weather comes, the houses become water slowly. The Esquimaux get wet as they lie in bed, and often catch a cold. They are glad to get away from the small snow houses and live in their tens during the summer.

    1. The Esquimaux live in houses made of _______ all through the winter.

    A. glass      B. snow       C. paper        D. grass

    2. Sometimes the Esquimaux build their small houses with the wood that they find ______.

       A. in the river  B. in the snow  C. along the seaside D. in the mountains

    3. The Esquimaux live in their tents when ________.

    A. the snow houses are dirty  B. it is summer

    C. they get some wood      D. it is spring

    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:2017-06-22
    来源: 2017 年浙江省初中毕业升学考试(嘉兴卷)英语试题卷及答案.doc

    Have you ever been in a conflict(冲突)? Do you know how to solve it? Conflict resolution is a peaceful way of trying to solve a conflict. Both sides in the conflict explain what they think happened to cause it. The person who listens to both sides is called the mediator(调解人).

    After both sides tell what they think happened to cause the conflict, they discuss ways to solve it. They try to come up with a resolution that both sides agree to. They cannot be angry during the communication. Everyone should use good listening and attending skills while talking. If voices get too loud or it appears that someone is angry, the mediator will speak up and have them treat each other with respect. After different suggestions are shared in how to mediate the conflict, it is time for

    discussing the best solution(解决办法).

    Here is an example of how conflict resolution works step by step in a school playground setting:

      Someone says a student pushed him on the football field.

      The person who was accused as the pusher says it was actually an accident.

      The person who was pushed gets the mediator.

      The mediator takes the two persons to a quieter place, away from others to talk.

      The mediator calms them down and lets them know he understands their feelings.

      Each person describes what happened.

      The mediator repeats what he heard, so it is clear to everyone.

      The mediator asks for ideas to solve the problem.

      The two persons offer their own solutions.

      The two persons have a discussion and come to an agreement.

      The mediator makes sure the persons follow the solution.

      The mediator offers praise for solving the problem.

    Conflict resolution can be used in many environments. It encourages people to tell what really happened, to share their feelings, and to work together peacefully to solve the problem. It offers people workable steps to reach an agreement with the help of a mediator.

    1.According to the passage, if two students have had a fight, they had better   .

    K.  call the police                    B. get a mediator

    C. ask parents for ideas             D. describe the fight to teachers

    2.In conflict resolution, the mediators job is to .

    L.   describe what really happened to both sides

    M.help both sides reach an agreement in a proper way

    N. listen to both sides and then punish the trouble maker

    O.  write down what both sides have explained in the communication

    3.The underlined words was accused in this passage might mean       in Chinese. A.  被惩罚                 B.  被轻视          C.  被指责          D. 被否定

    4.The writer gives the example in the passage in order to  .

    P.   show how a mediator works in a football match

    Q. help us know the importance of a mediator in daily life

    R.  show how conflict resolution is used in different environments

    S.   help us clearly understand the workable steps in conflict resolution

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:日常生活类