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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-06-24
    来源: 山东省德州市2017年中考英语试卷及答案.doc

    Tea culture is varied in different countries by the way tea is made and drunk, and by the places for tea drinking. How to make tea may be different. According to the ways of making tea, tea is classified(分类)into white tea, green tea, black tea, etc. And how to prepare tea may be different, too. In Tibet, tea is commonly boiled(煮)with salt and butter(黄油). People may drink tea at home or in public, for example, at tea houses.

    As part of culture, tea has a relationship with history, health, education, communication and so on. It is commonly used at social activities. For example, afternoon tea is a British custom. Families or friends can communicate with each other while having afternoon tea.

    Tea has remained a way of daily life in China and drinking tea has a lot of advantages. It makes people less tired, clears heat in the human body and helps people lose weight.

    Chinese people are good at using tea to make other things delicious. Tea, originally(最初)served as a medicine in ancient times, is now not just a kind of drink, but also excellent seasoning(调味品). Here are two delicious dishes made with tea:

    Tea Eggs: You can find them cooked and sold in street markets in almost every city in China.

    Dragon Well Tea Shrimp(龙井虾仁):It’s one of the most well-known dishes in Hangzhou.

    Before you drink tea, please check the following tips:

         Drink tea hot.

         The best time to drink is in between meals. It is bad for your stomach if you drink tea just before meals, during meals or soon aftr meals.

         Do not drink too much strong tea.

    1. Tea has no relationship with ______ as part of culture according to the passage.

    A. history    B. health    C. education   D. sports

    2. Afternoon tea in Britain is a _______ according to the passage.

    A. way of communication   B. hobby    C. game      D. weekend activity

    3. In ancient China, tea was originally served as _______ according to the passage.

    A. a medicine   B. a drink    C. seasoning    D. a dish

    4. The best time to drink tea is _______ according to the passage.

    A. just before meals    B. during meals   C. soon after meals    D. in between meals

    5. The passage doesn’t mention _______

    A. ways of making tea      B. places to drink tea   C. tools for drinking tea  D. advantages of drinking tea

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-19
    来源: 德州市二0一七年初中学业水平考试英语试题及答案.doc

    Tea culture is varied in different countries by the way tea is made and drunk, and by the places for tea drinking. How to make tea may be different. According to the ways of making tea, tea is classified (分类) into white tea, green teablack tea, etc. And how to prepare tea may be different, too. In Tibet, tea is commonly boiled () with salt and butter (黄油). People may drink tea at home or in public, for example, at tea houses.

    As part of culture, tea has a relationship with history, health, education, communication and so on. It is commonly used at social activities. For example, afternoon tea is a British custom. Families or friends can communicate with each other while having afternoon tea.

        Tea has remained a way of daily life in China and drinking tea has a lot of advantages. It makes people less tired, clears heat in the human body and helps people lose weight.

        Chinese people are good at using tea to make other things delicious. Tea, originally (最初) served as a medicine in ancient times, is now not just a kind of drink, but also excellent seasoning (调味品). Here are two delicious dishes made with tea:

        Tea Eggs: You can find them cooked and sold in street markets in almost every city in China.

    Dragon Well Tea Shrimp (龙井虾仁): It’s one of the most well-known dishes in Hangzhou.

        Before you drink tea, please check the following tips:

        Drink tea hot.

        The best time to drink is in between meals. It is bad for your stomach if you drink tea just before meals, during meals or soon after meals.

        Do not drink too much strong tea.

    1. Tea has no relationship with ______ as part of culture according to the passage.

       A. history        B. health           C. education        D. sports

    2. Afternoon tea in Britain is a _____ according to the passage.

    A. way of communication             B. hobby

    C. game                           D. weekend activity

    3. In ancient China, tea was originally served as ______ according to the passage.

    A. a medicine                       B. a drink

    C. seasoning                        D. a dish

    4. The best time to drink tea is ______ according to the passage.

    A. just before meals                  B. during meals

    C. soon after meals                   D. in between meals

    5. The passage doesn’t mention _____.

        A. ways of making tea               B. places to drink tea

    C. tools for drinking tea              D. advantages of drinking tea

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-06-16
    来源: 2016~2017学年度第二学期八年级英语阶段性测试试卷及答案.doc

    Perhaps youve seen the English letters WC in your city. They show public toilets. But do you know it is far from elegant (优雅的) English? In fact, foreigners from English-speaking countries rarely use the letters.

    Workers in our city are changing WC signs all over the city. The government is spending much money changing all the bad English on signs and restaurant menus. Many other places in China are following our steps.

    WC, or water closet, is old-fashioned English. It sounds dirty to me, says Charlie Shifflet, a young man from the US. The old sign will become Gents/Men and Ladies/Women.

    I see lots of poor English in everyday life, and not only on signs, he says. I know what they mean. But they are Chinglish, not real English. For example, when someone says to me My hometown is Henan Province, I know he should say: My hometown is in Henan Province. Hometown is a smaller place in a province. The common mistakes he picked up include Not Entry, which should be No Entry, Direction of Airport should be changed to To the Airport. And it is room rate, not room price. And remember to Keep off the grass, rather than Care of the green.

    (   )1. What does the writer think of the use of WC?

          A. He doesnt think it means water closet.

          B. He doesnt think it old-fashioned English.

          C. He doesnt think it proper for a sign.

          D. He thinks it elegant English.

    (   )2. The underlined word rarely means    .

          A. sometimes    B. seldom

          C. often         D. always

    (   )3. The last paragraph is about    .

          A. why there are so many Chinglish signs B. examples of Chinglish

          C. where Chinglish signs are  D. who uses Chinglish signs

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-15
    来源: 2017年初三英语教学质量测试题5及答案.doc

    Singapore is a fascinating (迷人的) country,  which is in South-east Asia. The country used to only make money from selling fish until a man called Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles discovered the island in 1819. He encouraged business and fi­nancial investment(金融投资) to Singapore. This made it become a very rich country. It is known as the Lion City. In Singapore Harbour you can see the famous national statue called " Merlin" that has the head of a lion and the body of a fish.

    Singapore is also famous for its lively shopping and restaurant culture. There are many shops and restaurants on Or­chard Road in the capital city. There you can buy different kinds of jewellery,  fashionable clothes and electronic goods.

    Away from busy city life,  there are many chances in Singapore to explore(探索) the natural world. Singapore Zoo has over 290 kinds of animals from all over the world. The zoo is special because its animals are kept in open space.

    There are some smaller islands in Singapore,  including Publau Ubin and St John's Island. The most famous of these islands is Sentosa Island. It has many sandy beaches. There you can do many water sports,  such as swimming,  surfing and diving.

    (      )1. Before 1819,  Singapore was_________.

    A. a country in South-west Asia

    B. a country that made money from selling fish

    C. a very rich country

    D. a country that encouraged business and financial investment

    (      )2. The national statue "Merlin" of the country can be seen_________.

    A. on Orchard Road      B. in Singapore Zoo

    C. in Singapore Harbour       D. on Sentosa Island

    (      )3. The writer thinks that the most famous island in Singapore is_________.

    A. St John's Island         B. Publau Ubin Island

    C. Sentosa Island           D. Lantau Island

    (      )4. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

    A. Singapore has little wildlife.

    B. Singapore has few places where people can buy presents.

    C. Singapore has a lot of bigger islands.

    D. Singapore is not only beautiful but also rich.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-12
    来源: 2017年初三英语教学质量检测1及答案.doc

    The 2008 Beijing Olympic Games are drawing near. Are you looking forward to watching the matches? If so, here are some suggestions you need to know about audience manners.

    Most sporting arenas (赛场) have rules for audience which are written on the back of the tickets. Read your ticket carefully before you arrive. Try to reach your seat half an hour before the start of the event and don’t walk about when a game is being held. When you leave, remember to take away your soft drink bottles and other rubbish.

    During exciting games, try to control yourself. Don’t criticize (批评) the performance of players and coaches. Be careful with your words, since some may cause anger among other people in the audience.

    Applause is a special form of body language you can use to communicate(交流) with players. But you should do it properly. When players first appear, clap your hands together to welcome them; don’t go on for too long. After an excellent performance, applaud (鼓掌) warmly.

    Applause is not welcome, however, while a game is being held and the players need to focus all their attention. Different sports have different rules for the audience. Enjoying artistic gymnastics (艺术体操) requires silence. But lots of cheering can really help basketball and football players. Using flash (闪光灯) to take photos is quite disturbing to tennis players. Mobile phones can not be used in shooting centers.

    To be a good spectator (观众), you should take time to learn the game ------ related rules and audience manners of each event.

    1. According to the writer, it’s good manners to __________.

      A. arrive at the sporting arenas just before the start of the event

      B. complain about the bad performance of players from time to time

      C. applaud for the excellent performance of players properly

      D. walk here and there when a game is being held

    2. According to the passage, in which of the following events CAN’T we use flash to take photos?

      A. Artistic gymnastics.   B. Basketball.       C. Football.       D. Tennis.

    3. What is the best title of this passage?

      A. How to Applaud for Players.              B. How to Be a Good Spectator.

      C. How to Remember Audience Manners.      D. How to Communicate with Players.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-11
    来源: 2017年重点中学招生考试英语模拟试卷及答案.doc

    British people are famous for drinking tea. But brother and sister, Sahar and Bobby Green, became young millionaires(百万富翁) when they opened a chain of American-style(美国风味的) coffee shops in the U.K.

        Having the idea: It started when Sahar took a weekend trip to New York to visit her brother Bobby. One evening, in a Thai restaurant, Sahar told Bobby how much she wished she could buy American-style coffee in London. Bobby suggested they start their own coffee shop. Sahar fell in love with the idea.

        Doing the Research: Back in London, she spent a whole day on the London subway, getting off the train at different stations to taste the coffee. “It was terrible, and I knew there was a gap in the market.” In November 1995, they opened their first Coffee Republic shop in central London.

        Making it work: The first year was very difficult. There were problems finding and keeping staff, and British people were not used to the names of American coffees, like latte and macchiato. But being successful was their dream and they were not going to give up. Today, there are over 100 Coffee Republic shops all over the country and the company has revenues(收入) of 30 million a year.

    Advice for others: Sahar has now written a best-selling book about their experience, called Anyone Can Do It! She hopes it will help other young people to start their own businesses. She believes success is 1% idea and 99% hard work, but she says, "If you think you have the energy, then get out and follow your dream."
    1. What kind of company do these people run(
    经营)?

      A. A fast-food restaurant.   B. A teashop.     C. A coffee shop.    D. A hotel.

    2. How many people run the company?

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

    3. Where are their Coffee Republic shops?

      A. All over the U.K. .                   B. All over the US.

    C. In central London.                     D. In New York.

    4. Which of the following statements is right?

      A. British people prefer tea to coffee.

      B. Sahar was not interested in Bobby’s idea.

      C. As soon as they opened their first coffee shop, they were very successful.

      D. The best-seller written by Sahar is about how to make coffee.

    5. What is the passage mainly about?

      A. Sahar’s life story.             B. Sahar’s trip.

      C. The American-style coffee.     D. The success of a family business.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-06-11
    来源: 2017年重点中学招生考试英语模拟试卷及答案.doc

    Do you know what couch-potato means? Well, in America, the word is now often used. The American couch-potato becomes maybe even a part of the American tradition! You see, in America, many people often spend their free time sitting on a couch(沙发) watching TV. As there are many channels to choose, the TV can be quite interesting and very addictive(上瘾的). One may sit and watch TV for hour and hour without stop! Well, these people who do nothing all day except watching TV are called couch-potatoes.

          In America, when one watches TV, he is most often sitting on a couch. While watching TV, most of these people look so frozen that they almost look dead! Everyone is sitting still(静止的) with eyes looking right into the same black box. Also because these people are addictive to TV, they don’t take exercise and usually get very fat. So in many ways, these people look like real potatoes! Well, because they look so still and fat, and watch TV on a couch, they are all called couch-potatoes. Now you know what couch-potato means. The next time if you see someone watching TV too long, just say, "What a couch-potato!"

    1. The word “couch-potato” is often used in _______.

       A. China           B. America        C. Japan           D. France

    2. If a person is called a couch-potato, he or she _______.

       A. likes sitting on a couch watching TV    B. does nothing all day

       C. must be very fat                     D. only watches TV and eats potatoes

    3. Why does a couch-potato look like a real potato? Because he or she _______.

       A. almost never moves while watching TV and gets very fat

       B. is fat and dying and can not take exercise

       C. likes eating potatoes on a couch while watching TV

       D. is frozen in front of the black box

    4. The passage mainly tells us _______.

       A. how to watch TV        B. why couch-potatoes are very fat.

       C. what couch-potato means  D. where the new word is used

    5. Which of the following should be the writer’s suggestion(建议)?

       A. Take exercise.          B. Never watch TV.

       C. Don’t sit on a couch.     D. Don’t watch TV too much. 

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-06-08
    来源: 2017年中考英语模拟试题(9)及答案.doc

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    阅读下面短文,从每小题ABCD四个选项中选出能填入相应空白处的最佳答案。

    In the United States, children start school when they are five years old. In some states they must stay in school  1  they are sixteen: Most students are seventeen or eighteen years old when they  2  secondary(中等的) schools. There are two kinds of school in the United States: Public schools and private(私立的) schools.  3  children go to public schools. Their parents do not have to  4  their education because the schools  5  money from the government. If a child goes to a private school, his parents have to get enough money for his schooling. Some parents still  6  private schools, though they are much more expensive.

    Today about half of the high school students  7  universities after they finish the secondary school. A student at a state university does not have to pay very much if his parents  8  in that state. But many students  9  while they are studying at universities. In this way they  10  good working habits and live by their own hands.

    1.A.and              B.though          C.until               D.since

    2.A.leave            B.begin            C.study at          D.pass

    3.A.Several        B.Most             C.A few            D.Few

    4.A.worry about  B.pay for         C.ask for          D.make sure

    5.A.take             B.spend            C.receive         D.cost

    6.A.wish             B.hate              C.prefer           D.mind

    7.A.follow           B.miss             C.change          D.go on to

    8.A.were born    B.travel            C.visit              D.live

    9.A.work           B.study hard     C.do sports      D.have holidays

    10.A.develop     B.produce         C.build            D.grow

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-06-06
    来源: 2017届九年级下学期综合考试题及答案.doc

    The Hawaiian Islands are lying about two thousand miles away from North America, right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Despite(不管) the distance the Islands actually make up the fiftieth state of the United States. The Islands were all formed by volcano eruption(火山爆发)and on the largest of the islands, Hawaii, or the Big Island, there are still two active volcanoes, the Mauna Loa and the Kilauea, which still erupt every few years.                                                                            

    On the Hawaiian islands the natives have a particularly strange way of indicating(指明) directions. They don’t use the north, south, east and west system common to the rest of the world. They use the mauka and makai system. Mauka means "mountain". The mountains in Hawaii are always at the center of the islands, as these are volcanic islands. Makai means "the sea". The islands are small and the system is simple. Wherever you want to visit, it can always be described in terms of where it lies in relation to the mountains and the sea. A typical conversation(谈话) between a native Hawaiian and a visitor might go as follows.                                                      

    VISITOR Excuse me! Could you tell me where the Sheraton Hotel is?

    HAWAIIAN: Well ... Let me see! From here it’s two blocks mauka, and then one block makai. You can’t miss it!

    1. This article would be most likely to appear in which of the following?

    A. A novel.                                                   B. A collection of stories.

    C. A travel book.                                           D. A women’s magazine.

    2. Which is the most suitable title for the article?

    A. The Big Island.                                         B. Giving Directions in Hawaii.

    C. Volcanoes.                                               D. The Hawaiian Islands.

    3. In Hawaii the mountains are in the center of the islands because_____.

    A. of the weather                                         B. that’s where they originally are

    C. the islands were created by volcanic eruptions

    D. of the islands’ location in the pacific

    4. To find your way in Hawaii, you must _______.

    A. refer to geographical directions

    B. refer to well - known establishments

    C. refer to the location of the mountains and the sea

    D. refer to the earth and the sea

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-06-02
    来源: 岳池县2017年春季九年级阶段检测(二)英语试题及答案.doc

    Different countries have different eating habits.There is a saying “Eat good things for breakfast, eat a big meal for lunch, but eat less at dinner.” in China.Many Americans agree that one should start the day with a good breakfast, but their ideas about lunch and dinner are different.

    Most Americans only give themselves a short time for lunch because they have not so much long time to have a rest at noon. So they eat a small lunch. After work they will have more time to eat a big dinner. Also a quiet dinner at home with all the family talking about their day is a way to take a good rest after a long, hard day of work.

    Eating at restaurants is also different. In China, people like to talk and laugh while eating. Very often you can hear people talking and laughing loudly, and they just having a good time. In America it is not like this. They want a quiet place where they can eat a good meal far away from the noises of the outside worldIf someone is talking too loudly, the manager of the restaurant will look at him or her angrily. If some people are talking too loudly, the manager of the restaurant may come out and ask them to be quiet.

    1Chinese and Americans have the same idea on        .

    Abreakfast  Blunch    Cdinner      Dlunch and dinner

    2Why don’t Americans eat a big lunch at noon?

    ABecause that is Americans tradition. BBecause they eat too much in the morning.

    CBecause Americans’ lunch is small. DBecause they have not enough time.

    3If some people are talking loudly in a Chinese restaurant, what will happen?

    AThe manager of the restaurant will look at them angrily

    BThey will have a good time.

    CThe manager of the restaurant may come out and ask them to be quiet.

    DThey will tell others to be quiet.

    4From the passage we know that________________.

    AChinese like eating breakfast

    BAmericans don’t like eating lunch

    CAmerican restaurant are often quiet

    DChinese restaurants are better than American ones

    5The best title of the passage is___________.

    ADifferent eating habits.     BAmerican eating habits.

    CHow to eat well           Dwhat is good eating habits.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-05-28
    来源: 2017届九年级英语一模诊段考试题及答案.doc

    What might the future be like? Here are some predictions: things to come, things to go.

    The Spring Festival, the most important Chinese holiday when everyone returns home, has caused headaches for millions of Chinese. More than 2 billion people travel at the same time, making getting travel tickets and the journey difficult. But in 28 years, Spring Festival travel may not be a problem at all. China plans to build more than 120,000 kilometers of railway and a fast transportation network that will serve 90% of the population by 2020. And because most of China will be cities, people will not have to go to other places to find a job, so it will no longer be a problem.

    Newspaper will come to an end in 2043. In the future, digital(数字的) newspapers will be sent to personal web tools through Internet. Readers can discuss topics with journalists and editors. Information will move faster.

    Oil is running out faster than expected. But scientists have found something else for oil as fuel(燃料). Coal, natural gas, solar power, nuclear power and even water can take the place of oil as sources of energy(能源).

    Schools will go electronic(电子化). Computers will be important and popular among the students. Everything will be in the computer and students will not need to bring books to school. They will find information on the Internet. A computer will be the students’ library, schoolbag and connection to the outside world. There will be robot teachers, they will check homework on computers and communicate with the students’ parents through e-mail. And school buses will be like spaceships, comfortable and safe.

    1. More than 2 billion people have a hard time returning home during                .

           A. Christmas Day          B. National Day     

           C. the Spring Festival            D. the Mid-autumn Festival

    2. The newspapers will disappear                .

           A. in 28 years  B. by 2020   C. by 2053       D. in 33 years

    3. __________ is not mentioned in the passage as sources of energy.

           A. Coal        B. Wind       C. Nuclear power  D. Water

    4. From the passage we can know                 in the future.

           A. the Spring Festival travel may still be a problem

           B. 90% of the population will live in the city

           C. robot teachers will check homework

           D. readers can discuss topics with each other through Internet

    5. What’s the main idea of the last paragraph?                 .

           A. Schools will go electronic    B. Computers will be important

           C. There will be robot teachers  D. School buses will be like spaceships

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-05-27
    来源: 2017年天河区初中毕业班英语综合测试及答案.doc

    Although people everywhere seem to enjoy drinking coffeethey don't all have the same coffee culture. In Europe for example, coffee shops are common places for people to meet friends while they drink coffee. On the other hand, places like this were not as common in North America in the past. Instead, people in North America liked to drink coffee in their homes with friends. The coffee culture in the USA changed, when Starbucks (星巴克) coffee shops spread throughout the country

    The first Starbucks coffee shop opened in 1971 in downtown Seattle, Washingtonin the USA. It was a small coffee shop that cooked its own coffee beans. The coffee shop's business did well, and by 1981 there were three Starbucks stores in Seattle.

    Things really began to change for the company in 1981. That year, Howard Schultz met the three men who ran Starbucks. Schultz worked in New York for a company that made kitchen equipment (设备) . He noticed that Starbucks ordered a large number of special coffee makers, which caused his great interest. Schultz went to Seattle to see what Starbucks did. In 1982, the original Starbucks owners hired Schultz as the company's head of marketing (市场营销).

    In 1983, Schultz traveled to Italy. The special environment of the espresso (浓咖啡) bars there caught his eyes. Back in the USA, Schultz created an environment for Starbucks coffee shops that was comfortable and casual, and customers everywhere seemed to like it. Starbucks began opening more stores in the USA. Then the company opened coffee shops in other countries as well. Today, there are more than 16,000 Starbucks coffee shops all over the world.

    Howeverthat does not mean Starbucks has not had problems. In fact, many Starbucks stores have closed over the past few years. On the one hand, this is because there were too many coffee shops competing (竞争) for business in one small area. On the other hand, stores in some countries closed because the coffee culture there did not match with the comfortable environment offered by Starbucks.

    (    )1. The underlined word "ran" in Paragraph 3 probably means .

    A. closed     B. managed     C. made     D. sold

    (    )2. According to the passage, which is the right order for the following sentences

    a. This man helped to make Starbucks a huge coffee company.

    b. Starbucks began as a small coffee company in Seattle in the USA.

    c. He went to Seattle to learn about the company and later worked for it.

    d. Howard Schultz found Starbucks ordered lots of special coffee makers.

    A. abdc B. cabd C. bdca D. dcab

    (    )3. Why did so many Starbucks close in small areas

    A. Because the coffee in these places was too expensive

    B. Because the style of the coffee stores seems the same

    C. Because people like to drink coffee at home with friends

    D. Because there were too many coffee shops in one place

    (    )4. To tell us the story of Starbucks, the writer did the following except      

    A. introducing how Starbucks became successful

    B. showing what Schultz did to help Starbucks become successful

    C. telling what difficulties Starbucks faces

    D. telling what Starbucks did to deal with his problems

    (    )5. What's the best title for the passage

    A. The History of Starbucks              B. The Culture of Starbucks

    C. The Popularity of Starbucks            D. The environment of Starbucks

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源: 七年级下学期学情调研期中考试题及答案.doc

    New York,London,Paris and other big cities are exciting places to live.There are many interesting things to see and to do.You can go to different kinds of museums,plays and films.You can go shopping to buy things from all over the world.Every year many people move to cities because there are many chances(机会) to find jobs,study at good schools,and get good medical care(医疗). But there are too many people in some big cities, sometimes these people can’t find jobs or good places to live in.Also,too many people living in a small place makes it hard to keep the cities safe and clean.

    (      )1.Which is the best title?(标题)

      A.Big cities               B.New York,London and Paris

    C.Exciting Places to live in   D.Serious problems in big cities.

    (      )2.In big cities, people can__.

      A.go to different kinds of museums    B.see all kinds of plays and films

      C.buy things from all over the world   D.A ,B ,and C

    (      )3.Why do many people move to cities every year?

      A:Because there are many interesting things to do and to see.

      B:.Because there are many chances to find jobs,study at good schools,and get good medical care.

      C:Because cities are big.

      D.Becaust there are many different kinds of museums and plays.

    (      )4.Which of the sentence is Not right?

      A:New York London and Paris are big cities.

      B:There are many intersting things to see and to do in big cities.

     C.Too many people living in a small place makes it hard to keep the cities safe and clean.

      D.People can always find jobs and good places to live in.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-05-26
    来源: 七年级下学期学情调研期中考试题及答案.doc

    In England,people often talk about the weather because you can experience(经历)four seasons in one day.In the morning the weather is warm just like in spring. An hour later black clouds come,and then it rains hard and the weather gets a little cold. In the afternoon the sky will clear up(放晴),the sun will begin to shine,and it will be “summer” at this time of the day.

    In England, you can also have “summer”in winter.So in winter,sometimes you can swim,and in summer,sometimes you should wear warm clothes.

    When you go to England, you will see that some English people often take an umbrella or a raincoat with them on a sunny morning,but you should not laught at(嘲笑)them.If you don’t take an umbrella or a raincoat,you will regret(后悔)later in the day.

    (      )1.Why do English people often talk about weather?

       A.Because people like the weather.

       B.Because the weather is always warm.

       C.Because in England you can experience different weather in one day.

       D.Because in England,you can also have “summer” in winter.

    (      )2.In England,what is the weather like in the morning?

    A. warm       B.rainy       C cold    D warm then rains and gets a little cold

    (      )3. What will some English people often take on a sunny morning?

       A.an umbrella   B.an umbrella or a raincoat   C.raincoat     D.warm clothes

    (      )46.What’s the meaning of “umbrella” in Chinese?

       A.雨伞         B.雨衣        C.暖衣     D.拐杖

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:6 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

      The most common unlucky number is thirteen. People don’t like to live in a house that is number thirteen. People don’t like to have parties with thirteen people. People don’t like to do important things on the thirteenth of the month. Also, when you add the Japanese unlucky numbers together-nine and four - they make thirteen.

      One English teacher told his students a story about ‘thirteen’. The classroom was number thirteen. At the end of the lesson one of the students changed the number of the room to 12A. In the afternoon, another teacher wanted to find Room 13. He didn’t know about the changed numbers. He walked around the school for half an hour. At last, someone told him about the changed number-that Room 12A was Room 13.

      There aren’t many business meetings on the thirteenth of the month especially when the thirteenth is on a Friday. Friday is always unlucky. Adam and Eve left the Garden of Eden on a Friday. Jesus Christ died on a Friday. (There were thirteen people at His Last Supper.) In Europe, they killed criminals on Friday.

      For some people, unlucky numbers do the opposite things. My elder brother was born on the thirteenth. He passed his exams on the thirteenth. He married on the thirteenth. He became a pilot on the thirteenth. It was always a lucky day for him.

      (  ) 1. From the text we know that ___.

      Anobody likes the number four or nine

      Bpeople never have business meetings on the thirteenth

      Cthirteen is not liked by many people

      Dthirteen is unlucky only in Europe

      (  ) 2. In Europe people think Friday is always unlucky possibly because ___.

      AJesus Christ died on Friday

      Bsome criminals are killed on Friday

      Cmore people died on Friday

      Dthere is a thirteenth on one Friday

      (  ) 3. What’s the writer’s attitude towards the unlucky numbers?

      AHe doesn’t mention it.

      BHe thinks four and nine are unlucky numbers.

      CHe thinks thirteen is lucky for him.

      DHe doesn’t like thirteen, either.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-05-13
    来源: 2017年初三学年考试英语期末仿真试卷及答案.doc

        Let’s take a look at a modern farm, which is owned by Don and Betty Owen in Wisconsin (威斯康星州). Life on the Owens’ farm is very different from what many city people might imagine. Good roads and a car mean that they can get to town, do their shopping and be back home in a short time. They keep in touch with news by radio, newspaper and television. With the telephone they can talk to their neighbors and friends whenever they like. The Owens’ dairy farm(乳牛场)is one of the finest to be found anywhere. Don milks about fifty cows with only past-time help to get the milking machines on and off the cows and to care for the milk later. The cows are kept in a large place where there is an automatic feeder(自动进料槽), which saves Don several hours a day. Their kitchen is as modern as those in the city so that the work can be done in a shorter time.

        With all the help from machines, farming still requires hard work and long hours. Betty and Don are up at 5:30 each morning and keep working until late in the evening . But the Owens like their life on the farm.

        1. The living conditions on the Owens’ farm are ________.

        A. quite different from those in a city       B. exactly the same as those in a big city

        C. very close and similar to those in a city   D. a lot better than those in a city

        2. Most of the work on the Owens’ farm is done ________.

        A. by Don      B. by Betty            C. by hand             D. by machines

        3. When the cows are being milked, Don ______.

        A. stands by looking at them    B. looks after the milking machine

        C. cares for the milk               D. can do some other work

        4. The Owens’ kitchen is as modern as those in town because _______.

        A. they are as rich as the city people     B. they don’t enjoy cooking or washing

        C. they want to save time for other work D. they wish to live a comfortable life

        5. A. What is the most important in the Owens’ life?

    A. Going shopping.    B. Watching TV.   

    C. Working on the farm. D. Making telephone calls.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-05-11
    来源: 2017年九年级英语综合模拟试题及答案2.doc

    Do you know that in some parts of the world, people build temporary(暂时的)hotels made of snow and blocks(大块)of ice? These are known as ice hotels.

    Unlike usual hotels, all the rooms in the ice hotels are made of ice. In some ice hotels, even the glasses for drinks are made of ice blocks. So they only serve cold drinks. Also, hot food is not served in the ice hotels, but guests can eat hot food at places nearby.

    To keep warm, guests sleep in comfortable sleeping bags on ice blocks that are covered by mattresses(床垫)and reindeer skins(驯鹿皮).

    There are some places in the ice hotels that are heated, such as the bathrooms. This is because, even though it is not as cold in the ice hotels as it is outdoors(在户外), indoor temperatures are still very low.

    Perhaps the most interesting thing about the ice hotels is that they are rebuilt every year. They can be used only during the winter months. The ice hotels melt(融化)away when spring arrives. The ice blocks used to build these hotels are from nearby rivers. So, when the ice hotels melt away, they melt back into the rivers.

    1. According to the passage, ice hotels ______.

    A. are found everywhere                  B. do business in summer

    C. are made of glass                        D. are made of snow and ice

    2. Which of the following about the ice hotels is true?

    A. They are just like usual hotels.       B. The glasses are made of wood.

    C. They serve cold drinks.                 D. The rooms are made of bamboo.

    3. You can’t see ______ in the ice hotels.

    A. hot food                                        B. reindeer skins

    C. sleeping bag                                  D. mattresses

    4. Why are bathrooms heated in the ice hotels?

    A. Guests want to eat in them.            B. Indoor temperature are very low.

    C. Guests ask the hotels to do that.    D. It is as cold indoors as it is outdoors.

    5. What happens to the ice hotels in spring?

    A. They melt away.                            B. They are rebuilt.

    C. They are repaired.                         D. They need more ice.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-09
    来源: 九年级下学期杏南中学综合测试英语试题及答案.doc

    Tibet is among the most popular places for Chinese tourists. The number of travelers of  Tibet has grown by 10% every year for a few years. Since July 1,2006, when the first train ran 1956 kilometers from Xining to Lhasa, more and more people have been going to Tibet.

    The train stops at several famous places along the way, such as Qinghai Lake, Kunlun Mountain, and the Potala Palace. Passengers can also enjoy many activities during the journey, like Tibetan dancing and Karaoke.

    On the train, passengers can have tea, eggs and noodles for breakfast, and fried chicken and green vegetables for lunch and dinner. Unlike most Chinese trains which have open hole toilets, this one has special toilets which can collect the waste. There is also a special rubbish system (系统) in the train that keeps the environment clean. All the windows on the train can protect people from the bright sunlight. TV and electrical sockets (插座) for computers and mobile phones can be fond on the train.

    Because there isnt much oxygen there, trains will have oxygen masks (氧气罩) for those who need them. It makes passengers feel more comfortable when they have enough oxygen on the famous roof of the world. There are also doctors on the train to make sure that all of the travelers are safe.

    1. Which of the following is not among the places of interest?

        A. Qinghai Lake                                     BKaraoke.

        C. The Potala Palace.

    2. The train is unlike most Chinese trains except its            .

        A. windows        B. toilets        C. rubbish

    3. The underlined word them in the last paragraph refers to          .

        A. oxygen masks   B. doctors        C. oxygen

    4. We can learn from the passage that         .

        A. flying to Tibet is impossible

        B. train to Lhasa is too clean to take

        C. train trip to Tibet is popular with travelers

    5. Whats the best title of the passage?

        A. Tibet roof of the world

    B. Magic train to magic Tibet

        C. Beautiful views in Tibet

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-05-06
    来源: 2017年初三升学考试英语模拟试题及答案.doc

    Tea, coffee and cocoa are three major drinks all over the world. Tea is drunk by the largest number of people in the world. Tea, as well as silk and porcelain, began to be known by the world over a thousand years ago and has been an important Chinese export since then.

    Tea has a history of over 4 , 000 years and China is the home of tea. In ancient China, tea was used as a kind of medicine, while nowadays people drink tea daily.

    Longjing, Pu'er, Wulong and Tieguanyin are all famous tea. Thanks to the mild climate and rich soil in Fujian, Zhejiang and Yunnan, tea is produced mainly in these provinces.

    The word for tea in different languages came from Chinese, like "cha'i" in Russian. And the Japanese character for tea is written exactly the same as it is in Chinese.

    Over the past centuries, Chinese people have developed their unique tea culture, which includes tea planting, tea-leaf picking, tea making, tea drinking and so on. Tea is also popular in some sayings, like "A friendship between gentlemen is like a cup of tea." In dances, songs, poems and novels, tea is often mentioned. loo.

    根据短文内容,从题中所给的ABCD四个选项中,选择最佳答案

    (       ) 1. How many drinks are mentioned in this passage?

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

    (       ) 2. Tea is produced mainly in Fujian, Zhejiang and Yunnan because__________.

    A. they are all big provinces

    B. they are all close to the sea

    C. there are quite a lot of mountains there

    D. the climate ia mild and the soil is rich there

    (       ) 3. The underlined sentence “ A friendship between gentlemen is like a cup of tea. " in the last paragraph means_________.

    A. 一个朋友就是一杯茶

    B. 君子之交淡如水

    C. 看到朋友就会想起茶

    D. 绅士才能够喝茶

    (       ) 4. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

    A. Tea, cocoa and silk are important Chinese exports.

    B. Tea has more than 1, 000 years of history.

    C. Japan is the home of tea.

    D. In ancient China, people used tea as a kind of medicine.

    (       )5. Which is the best title for the passage?

    A. China's Tea Culture B. A Saying of Tea

    C. Drinks in the World D. Tea and Coffee

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:政治经济文化类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-05-06
    来源: 2017中考英语摸底考试及答案.doc

    The government in China plans to end its one-child policy and let families have two children instead.

        The plan was announced on Thursday after high –level political meetings in Beijing. A Chinese Communist Party statement gave a number of reasons for the change in policy. The statement said the change is meant to balance population development, stop a falling birth rate(出生率) and strengthen the country’s labor force(劳动力).

        China, with the largest population in the world, started the one –child policy in 1980. But the government allowed only a small number of couples to have two children. For example, some families in the countryside could have two children, if the first-born child is a girl.

        In 2013, the Chinese government gave other couples a chance to have two children if one of them was an only child.

        Jiang Quanbao, a teacher and population expert, explained how Chinese families react to the newest policy. “Too many young people in the cities are no longer interested in having a second child,” he said. “People in the countryside are more interested. But some of them are already allowed to have two children. ”

        At the end of 2014, China had a population of 1.37 billion people. A total of 800 million of them have jobs. But the labor market population will drop in 35 years. That is to say, the country will be in great need of labor by the year 2050. With the two-child policy, an increase in births can solve this problem.

        Boys and girls, what do you think of the two-child policy? Do you want to have a new-born brother or a sister?

    1. Why does the government plan to end the one-child policy?

    A. Because we need a larger population.

    B. Because millions of people have jobs.

    C. Because most families want to have a second child.

    D. Because a falling birth rate must be stopped.

    2. How do most young people in the cities react to the two-child policy?

    A. They support the policy.             B. They don't think it is good.

    C. They're very interested.              D. They're not interested any more.

    3. When will our country be seriously short of labor if the one-child policy continues?

    A. In 2015.       B. In 2035.       C. In 2050.       D. In 2070

    4. The Two-Children Policy mainly ______.

      A. helps solve the problems of aging population and labor shortages.

      B. doesn’t allow one couple to have two children.

      C. has a bad influence on one’s mental health.

      D. encourages one couple to have more than two children.

    5. More couples ______ the Two-Children Policy according to the passage.

      A. disagree with        B. agree with      C. don’t know     D. hate

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:政治经济文化类