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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-10-18
    来源: 九年级英语每周一练2及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    Once when I was a teenager, my father and I were standing in line to buy tickets for the circus. Finally, there was only one family between the ticket office and us. This family made a big impression on me.

           There were eight children, all probably under the age of 12. You could tell they didn’t have a lot of money. Their clothes were not expensive, but they were clean. The children talked excitedly about the clowns. It was clearly a very important day out for them. The father and mother seemed happy as they could be.

           The tickets lady asked how many tickets the father wanted, he proudly answered, “Please let me buy eight children’s tickets and two adults’ tickets, so I can take my family to the circus.”

           The ticket lady told him the price.

           The man’s wife lowered her head. There was no longer a smile on the man’s face. He quietly asked, “How much did you say?”

           The ticket lady again told him the price.

           The man obviously didn’t have enough money. But how could he tell his kids the bad news?

           Seeing what was happening, my dad took a $20 note from his pocket and dropped in on the ground. (We were not rich ourselves at all!) He then tapped the man on the shoulder and said, “Excuse me, sir, you dropped this.”

           The man understood my father was helping him. He picked up the money, looked straight into my dad’s eyes, and in tears replied. “Thank you. This really means a lot to me and my family.”

           Although we did not go to the circus that night, we didn’t go without.

    1. Why does the writer say “Their clothes were not expensive, but they were clean” ( Paragraph 2)?

    A. To show the children were well looked after.

    B. To show cheap clothes could be popular.

    C. To show how hard the mother worked.

    D. To show how rich the family were.

    2. Why was the poor man unhappy after he spoke with the ticket lady?

    A. He had lost his money.                    B. His children were noisy.

    C. The tickets were sold out.               D. The tickets were too expensive.

    3. Who did the $20 note belong to?

    A. The poor man          .                    B. The writer’s father.

    C. The poor man’s wife.                            D. The ticket lady.

    4. Why was the poor man in tears at the end of the story?

    A. He found the money he lost.            B. He wanted others to help him.

    C. He made his children unhappy.         D. He was thankful for the kindness.

    5. Which of the following statements is probably true according to the passage?

    A. The poor mans saw the circus that night.

    B. The two families became close friends.

    C. The writer’s father earned some money.

    D. The writer saw the circus that night.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-10-17
    来源: 大庆铁人中学初二英语单元练习及答案.doc

    A dog can’t speak any words, but it can “talk”. It has feelings just as you do. Sometimes it may feel angry or afraid. Watch a dog closely, and you can find out how it feels. You can see what it is trying to tell you. When you are afraid, you may look down. When a dog is afraid, it may run away. When you are angry with other people, you stare at (凝视) them. An angry dog also stares. Sometimes the hair along its back stands up.

    Do you feel guilty(有罪的) when you do something you shouldn’t do? Dogs can feel guilty, too. Sometimes when I come home, my dog gives me a guilty look. Then I know he did something wrong.

    Dogs need love and care. Some dogs are very unhappy when they are alone for a long time. Some dogs even snap (撕咬) if they don’t get enough care.

      You may have a dog or you may know a dog. Take care of it well if you want to have fun with it. Take it for a walk. Don’t make it do too many things. Try not to punish (惩罚) it again and again for doing the same thing. Always remember, a dog has needs and feelings just as you do. Talk to a dog, and it will talk to you. 

    (    )1. When a dog is angry, it may _________.

    A. bark                  B. look down          C. stare          D. snap

    (    )2. What will the dog do if it feels guilty?

    A. It runs away from you.       B. It has a guilty look.

    C. It snaps.                   D. Its hair stands up.

    (    )3. Which of the following is true?

    A. Punish the dog when it snaps.

    B. Dogs don’t have feelings as people do.

    C. Leave the dog alone when it snaps.

    D. Dogs will talk to you if you talk to it.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-17
    来源: 鸡西实验学校2016-2017学年八年级10月月考及答案.doc

    I work as a volunteer for an organization(组织) that helps the poor in Haiti. I decided to take my son Brain there for a week, hoping to educate(教育) him.

    Before getting out, I told Brain this trip would be tiring and hard. For the first two days, he said almost nothing. Then on the third day, when we were climbing over high rocky mountains, he turned to me and smiled, “Really hard.”

    After that, a five-year-old girl, wearing a too large dress and broken shoes, followed Brain around. Later he said regretfully(遗憾地), “I wish I could speak French.”I was surprised that this was from a boy who always hated French classes.

    However(然而), the moment that really reached my heart occurred in a village(村庄) deep in the mountains. I was interviewing(采访) a woman villager for an article. By working hard, she had learned to read and write and became part of the leadership(领导层) of the village.

    Learning her story, Brain was greatly touched. His eyes were wet and there was love and respect(尊重) on his face. He finally understood the importance of my work. When leaving for home, Brain even offered to stay in as a volunteer. This trip was very meaningful.

    (    ) 1.Why did the writer take his son to Haiti?

    A. Because they wanted to take a trip there.

    B. Because the writer wanted to educate his son.

    C. Because his son wanted to help the poor there.

    D. Because they went there to visit a friend.

    (    ) 2.Why was the writer surprised about his son?

    A. Because his son wished to speak French.

    B. Because a little girl liked his son.

    C. Because his son said nothing about the hard trip.

    D. Because his son wanted to talk with the little girl.

    (    ) 3.What does the underlined word “occurred” mean?

    A. Left.               B. Offered.              C. Happened.                  D. Reached.

    (    ) 4. What did NOT the boy learn from this trip?

    A. To love and respect poor people.          B. To be an excellent leader.

    C. To offer help to people in need.            D. To be a kind and hard-working man.

    (    ) 5.What is the passage mainly about?

    A. An exciting trip.                                  B. How to be a volunteer.

    C. A story of a volunteering trip.               D. The importance of voluntary work.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-10-17
    来源: 九年级英语上每周一练1及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    An eight-year-old child heard her parents talking about her little brother. All she knew was that he was very sick and they had no money. Only a very expensive operation could save him now and there was no one to lend them the money.

    When she heard her daddy say to her tearful mother, “Only a miracle can save him now,” the little girl went to her bedroom and pulled her money from its hiding place and counted it carefully.

    She hurried to a drugstore (药店) with the money in her hand. “And what do you want?” asked the salesman. “It’s for my little brother,” the girl answered. “He’s really, really sick and I want to buy a miracle.” “Pardon?” said the salesman. “My brother Andrew has something bad growing in­side his head and my daddy says only a miracle can save him. So how much does a miracle cost?” “We don’t sell a miracle here, child. I’m sorry,” the salesman said with a smile.“Listen, if it isn’t enough, I can try and get some more. Just tell me how much it costs.”

    A well-dressed man heard it and asked, “What kind of a miracle does your brother need?”“I don’t know,” she answered with her eyes full of tears. “He’s really sick and mum says he needs an opera­tion. But my daddy can’t pay for it, so I have brought all my money.”

    “How much do you have?” asked the man. “$ 1.11, but I can try and get some more,” she answered. “Well, what luck,” smiled the man. “$ 1.11, the price of a miracle for little brothers.”

    He took up the girl’s hand and said, “Take me to where you live. I want to see your brother and meet your parents. Let’s see if I have the kind of miracle you need.”That well-dressed man was Dr Carlton Armstrong, a famous doctor. The operation was successful and it wasn’t long before Andrew was home again.  How much did the miracle cost?

    1. What was the trouble in the little girl’s family?

    A. Her brother was seriously ill.                   B. They had no money.

    C. Nothing could save her brother.                     D. Both A and B.

    2. In the eye of the little girl, a miracle might be _______.

    A. something interesting                             B. something beautiful

    C. some wonderful medicine                       D. some good food

    3. The little girl said again and again “...I can try and get some more.” That shows _______.

    A. she had still kept some money              B. she hoped not to be refused

    C. There was no need to worry about money     D. she thought money was easy to get

    4. What made the miracle happen?

    A. The girl’s love for her brother.            B. The girl’s money.

    C. The medicine from the drugstore.           D. Nobody can tell.

    5. From the passage we can infer (推断) that _______.

    A. The doctor didn’t ask for any pay         B. A miracle is sure to happen if you keep on

    C. The little girl is lovely but not so clever D. Andrew was in fact not so sick as they had thought

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 群力中学2016-2017年度 初二英语第7周周周清试卷及答案.doc

    A friend of mine named Paul received an expensive car from his brother as a Christmas present. On Christmas Eve when Paul came out of his office, a street urchin(顽童)was walking around the shining car. “Is this your car, Paul?” he asked.

    Paul answered, “Yes, my brother gave it to me for Christmas.” The boy was surprised. “You mean your brother gave it to you and it didn’t cost you nothing? Boy, I wish…”He hesitated(犹豫).

    Of course Paul knew what he was going to wish for. He was going to wish he had a brother like that. But what the boy said surprised Paul greatly.

    “I wish,” the boy went on, “that I could be a brother like that.” Paul looked at the boy in surprise, then he said again, “Would you like to take a ride in my car?”

    “Oh yes, I’d love that.”

    After a short ride, the boy turned and with his eyes shining, said“Paul, would you mind driving in front of my house?”

    Paul smiled a little. He thought he knew what the boy wanted. He wanted to show his neighbours that he could ride home in a big car. But Paul was wrong again. “Will you stop where those two steps are?” the boy asked.

    He ran up to the steps. Then in a short while Paul heard him coming back, but he was not coming fast. He was carrying his little crippled (残疾) brother. He sat him down on the step and pointed to the car.

    “There she is, Buddy, just like I told you upstairs. His brother gave it to him for Christmas and it didn’t cost him any money. And some day I’m going to give you one just like it…then you can see for yourself all the nice things in the Christmas windows that I’ve been trying to tell you about.”

    Paul got out and lifted the boy to the front seat of his car. The shining-eyed older brother climbed in beside him and the three of them began an unforgettable holiday ride.

    (     )51.The street urchin was very surprised when ________.

    A. Paul received an expensive car B. Paul told him about the car

    C. he saw the shining car D. he was walking around the car

     (     ) 2.From the story we can see the urchin ________.

    A. wished to give his brother a car

    B. wanted Paul’s brother to give him a car

    C. wished he could have a brother like Paul’s

    D. wished Paul could be a brother like that

    (     ) 3.The urchin asked Paul to stop his car in front of his house ________.

    A. to show his neighbours the big car

    B. to show he had a rich friend

    C. to let his brother ride in the car

    D. to tell his brother about his wish

    (     ) 4. We can infer(推断)from the story that ________.

    A. Paul couldn’t understand the urchin

    B. the urchin had a deep love for his brother

    C. the urchin wished to have a rich brother

    D. the urchin’s wish came true in the end

    (     ) 5. The best name of the name story is _________.

    A. A Christmas Present  B. A Street Urchin

    C. A Brother Like That   D. An Unforgettable Holiday Ride

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-16
    来源: 群力中学2016-2017年度 初二英语第7周周周清试卷及答案.doc

    阅读理解 阅读下面的短文,然后根据短文内容选择最佳答案。

    This is a talk by a London taxi(出租车)driver.

    "I've been a taxi driver for nearly ten years. Most London taxi drivers have their own taxis."

    "It's a nice job most of time. you meet a lot of people. I always work at night, because there is too much traffic during the day. I live twenty miles(英里)outside London and I go to work at 5:30 in the afternoon."

    "I usually go home between 2 and 3 in the morning."

    "Some very strange things happened late at night .The other day I was taking a woman home from a party .She had her little dog with her. When we got to her house, she found that she had lost her key. So I waited in the car with the dog while she climbed in through the windows."

    "I waited and waited. After half an hour of ringing the bell I decided to find out what was going on. I tied the dog to a tree and started to climb in through the window. The next thing I knew was that the police came. They thought I was a thief(小偷).

    Luckily the woman came downstairs(下楼).She must have gone to sleep and forgotten about me and the dog!"

    (     ) 1.The driver always worked at night because it was easier to ________.

    A. drive                        B. make money

    C. climb in through the window         D. meet a lot of people

    (     ) 2.The woman climbed in through the window because ________.

    A. she wanted to have a sleep        B. her husband didn't open the door for her

    C. she didn't want to pay the driver   D. she couldn't find her key

    (     ) 3.The story happened ________.

    A. early in the morning      B. late at night

    C.20 miles outside London D. near the police station

    (     ) 4.Which of the following is wrong?

    A. The driver worked until between 2 and 3 in the morning.

    B. The police made a mistake.

    C. The woman had no money to pay the driver.

    D. The woman had forgotten about the driver and the dog.

    (     ) 5.The driver climbed in through the window to________.

    A. get money from the woman          B. return the dog to the woman

    C. see what was happening in the house   D. phone the police

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-10-15
    来源: 九年级英语月月清检测内容:Units(4~5)及答案.doc

    I used to skate a lot.With every Olympic songI found an excitement growing inside me when I was first to skate at the age of five.ButunluckilyI was badly hurt in a match.I quickly stopped my skating.Smilingmy husband just saidSkating is your passion (酷爱)but of course we can stay at home.

    It was crazyI knowthat a thirty­seven­year­old mother of two children wanted to skate under disco ball lights after 10 years.I found the excitement growing inside me.I loved to skate.So I was out there having the time of my lifelistening to the music with a smile on my face and heart.I hoped I could skate again.

    I belonged here.It was so right to be back on the ice.

    Did you use to be a skater?”A little girl looked up at me with questioning eyes.Taking time to give my answerI looked around the rink (溜冰场)where I could see so many years of lessonsOlympic dreamsand a love of the ice would never die.NoI answeredI'm a skater. With a smileI glided away.

    Skating had finally turned me into a champion——a winner of a lifelong passion for favorite sport.

    1.Why did the writer have to stay at home?

    ABecause she was hurt.

    BBecause her husband didn't want her to skate.

    CBecause she had to look after her children.

    DBecause she didn't love skating any longer.

    2.The writer first started to skate  ________ years ago.

    A5  B10  C27  D32

    3.The writer went back to skate because  ________

    Ashe wanted to be a champion of the Olympic

    Bshe loved skating very much

    Cshe wanted to make a lot of money

    Dshe didn't love to stay at home

    4.The Chinese meaning of the underlined word “glided” is“ ________ ”

    A滑走  B.消逝  C.旋转  D.跑步

    5.For the writer, ________ has come true.

    Ato be a winner among all the skaters

    Bto be a champion of the Olympic

    Cto be a good mother

    Dto win the lifelong passion

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-10-14
    来源: 九年级英语月月清检测内容:Units(1~3)及答案.doc

    Dear Dad

    Today I was at the shopping centre and I spent a lot of time reading the Father's Day cards.But as I chose and read againit seemed that not a single card said what I really wanted to say to you.

    You'll soon be 84 years oldDadand you and I will have 56 Father's Days together.I didn't think that you were too old.But the sad thing happened last week.I watched as you turned at the corner in your car.I didn't realize at once that it was you because the_man who was driving looked so elderly.

    Fifty years ago this springwe planted carrots together in a garden in Charles CityIowa.This weekwe'll plant carrots together againperhaps for the last time but I hope not.I don't understand why planting carrots with you is so important to me.WellI don't quite know how to tell you thisdad.I don't like carrotsbut I like planting them with you.

    I guess what I am trying to sayDadis what every son and daughter want to say to their dad today.Praising a father on Father's Day is about more than a dad who brings home money or shares a dinner.It's more about a dad deeply loving children who know everything and won't listen to anyone.It'a about sharing.It's about loving someone more than words can sayand I wish that it would never end.

    Lover

    Jenny

    1.Where did Jenny go today?

    AA garden.  BA shopping center.

    CA cinema.  DA hospital.

    2.How old is Jenny now?

    A84.  B56.  C50.  D34.

    3.What does the underlined words “the man” in parpagraph 2 refer to()?

    AAn old man.  BA car driver.

    CJenny's father.  DJenny's husband.

    4.What can we learn from paragraph 3?

    AIt's the last time for Jenny to plant carrots with her father.

    BJenny and her father plant carrots together every year.

    CBoth Jenny and her father like eating carrots.

    DJenny would like to stay with her father.

    5.What does Jenny talk about in the last paragraph?

    ADeep love for Dad.  BBest wishes for Dad.

    CThe importance of Dad.  DThe beginning of Father's Day.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-12
    来源: 省深圳市初中毕业生学业考试英语全真模拟试卷及答案.doc

    Whenever the sun dropped and the blue sky came upmy father and I used to climb the mountain near my houseWalking togethermy father and I used to have a lot of conversations through which I learned lessons from his experiencesHe always told me“You should have goals like climbing the mountain”Without the mountain-climbing that we both enjoyedwe couldn’t have enough time to spend together because my father was very busyI really got a lot from mountain-climbingIt gave me time to talk with my father and to be in deep thought as well as develop my patience

    Once we climbed a very high mountainIt was so challenging for me because I was only ten years oldDuring the first few hours of climbingI enjoyed the flowers and trees as well as the birds’ singingbut as time passedI got a pain in both of my legsI wanted to quit climbingIn fact I hated it at that mountainbut my father said to me“You can always see a beautiful sky at the top of the mountainbut you can’t see it before you reach the topOnly there at the topcan you see all of the nice thingsjust like in life

    At that timeI was too young to understand his wordsBut later after thatI got knew hope and confidenceI found myself standing at the top of the skywhich was as clear as crystal

        1The passage tells us that mountain-climbing was _____for Father and Son

    Ahard                                                 Benjoyable

    Cpainful                                              Dcomfortable

        2The word “quit” in the passage means “______”

    Acarry on       Bput off               Cgive up        Dpick up

        3Which of the following is the closest in meaning to the father’s words in the second

    paragraph?

    AYou will get all you need at the top of the mountain

    BThe sky is always as clear as crystal

    CYou can find life is full of nice things

    DNever give up half-way

        4We can infer from the last paragraph that ______

    Athe writer was very successful in his life

    Bthe writer never reached the top of the mountain

    Cthough the writer was young he could understand his father 

    Dthe writer used to stop half-way when he climbed the mountain

        5The best title for the passage is “______”

    AReaching the Top of the Mountain

    BStanding at the Top of the Mountain

    CConversations between Father and Son

    DHow to Get to the Top of the Mountain

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-10-10
    来源: 界首九年级英语期中综合检测题及答案.doc

    Living in a foreign culture can be exciting, but it can also be confusing (令人迷惑的). A group of Americans who taught English in other countries recently discussed their experiences. They decided that miscommunications were always possible, even over something as simple as "yes" and "no".

        On her first day in Micronesia, an island in the Pacific, Lisa thought people weren’t paying any attention to her. The day was hot. She went into a store and asked, “Do you have cold drinks. The woman there didn't say anything. Lisa repeated the question. Still the Woman said nothing. She later learned that the woman had answered her:  She had raised her eyebrows (眉毛), which in Micronesia means "yes".

         Jan remembered an experience she had in Bulgaria, a country in Europe. She went to a restaurant that was known for its cabbage. She asked the waiter, "Do, you have cabbage today?" He nodded his head. Jan waited, but the cabbage never came. In that country, a nod means no.

         Tom had a similar problem when he arrived in India. After explaining something in class, he asked his students if they understood. They answered with many different nods and shakes of the head. He thought some people had not understood, so he explained again. When he asked again, they did the same thing~ He soon found out that his students did understand. In India, people nod and shake their heads in different ways depending on where they come from. You have to know where a person is from to understand whether they mean "yes" or "no".

    1. These Americans teaching English in other countries found that they ______.

              A. should go abroad for vacations

              B. needed to learn foreign languages

              C. should often discuss their experiences

              D. had problems with communications

    2. People in Micronesia show "yes" by ____.

           A. nodding heads        B. raising eyebrows

      C. shaking heads         D. saying "no"

    3. Tom misunderstood his class at first because

           A. he did not know much about Indian culture

        B. he didn't explain everything clearly enough

          C. some students didn't understand his questions

          D. he didn't know where the students came from

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

            A. In Bulgaria, nodding heads means no.

           B. Jan taught English on a Pacific island.

           C. Lisa was trying to buy some cabbage.

           D. In India, only shaking heads means "YES".

    5. The passage is mainly about _____.

           A. body language in foreign restaurants

            B. class discussion in Indian schools

            C. miscommunication in different cultures

            D. English teaching in other countries

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-10
    来源: 界首九年级英语期中综合检测题及答案.doc

        Charles Chaplin was born in London on April 16, 1889. His parents were music hall actors. The Chaplin family were very poor, and life was difficult in London. Charlie, as he was called, used to do his mother's job in the theatre when she was ill.

      When he was only 17 years old, Chaplin got his first real job as an actor. What he did was to do silly things to make people laugh in the theatre. Seven years later he went to the USA. And over the next four years, he formed his own way of art. He developed the character of a homeless gentleman which became very popular.

      From the 1920s to the 1950s, Chaplin made his most famous films. The film Modern Times (1936) shows his care about the modern industry workers. Many of his films describe the poor life and hard time of the working people during that period.

      Although Charlie Chaplin was British, he lived in the USA until 1953. But he never got US nationality. Then Chaplin, his wife' and his five children had to move to Switzerland where he lived until he died. When he was 83 years old, he won his only Oscar for the music he wrote for the film Limelight. He was named Sir Charles Chaplin at the age of 85. Charlie Chaplin died in Switzerland on December 25th, 1975.

      1. Chaplin used to __ when his mother was ill.

      A. look after her B. do the housework

      C. do his mother's job D. do his father's job

            2. From Paragraph 2, we can know that __  

            A. Chaplin went to the USA when he was 24 years old ~

      B. Chaplin became famous when he was 17 years old

      C. people liked Chaplin because he was a homeless gentleman

      D. Chaplin did many silly things to make people laugh in the street

      3. __ Chaplin made his most famous films.

      A. From 1889 to 1936 B. From the 1920s to th~ 1950s

      C. From 1953 to 1975 D. From the 1950s to the 1980s

      4. We can infer.from the passage that Chaplin left the USA because of __

      A. his family B. his work

      C. the US government D. the Swiss government

       5. Chaplin won the Oscar for __ when he was 83 years old.

      A. the acting B. the art C. the film D. the music

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2017-10-10
    来源: 界首九年级英语期中综合检测题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的ABCD四个选项中选出一个最佳选项。

    Sometimes I really doubt whether there is love between my parents. Every day they are very busy trying to make money for my schooling.

       One day, my mother was sewing a quilt(缝被子). I silently sat beside her.

       “Mum, is there love between you and Dad?” I asked in a very low voice.

       With surprise in her eyes, she stopped her work for a while. The she said, “Susan, look at this thread(线). It can hardly be seen, but it’s really there. It makes the quilt strong. If life is a quilt, love should be a thread. Love is inside.”

       I couldn’t understand her until the next spring. At that time, my father suddenly got sick seriously. My mother had to stay with him in the hospital for a month.

       After they were back, may mother helped my father walk slowly on the country road every day. They were so kind to each other and it seemed they were the happiest couple.

       After two months my father still couldn’t walk by himself.

       “Dad, how are you feeling now?” I asked him one day.

       “Susan, don’t worry about me.” he said. “I just like walking with your mum. I like this kind of life.” Reading his eyes, I knew he loves my mother deeply.

       Now I understand that love is just a thread in the quilt of our life. Love is inside, making life strong and warm.

    1. Why are Susan’s parents busy trying to make money?

      A. To send Susan to school       B. To get to see the doctor

    C. To buy a strong quilt     D. To show their love

    2. Susan’ father stayed in hospital for ______.

      A. one day  B. one month  C. two months       D. three months

    3. Susan came to understand her mother ______.      

      A. while her mother was sewing a quilt     B. before her father was in hospital

      C. when she was sitting beside her mother       D. after her father was seriously sick

    4. What can we know from the passage?

      A. Susan’s father is very lazy      B. Susan’s mother is a nurse

      C. Susan’s parents love each other   D. Susan doesn’t like her father

    5. Which of the following could be the best title for the passage?

      A. How to make a Quilt Strong    B. Love is just a Tread

      C. Walking on the Country Road      D. A Seriously Sick Father

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-10-10
    来源: 外国语学校2017年八年级上学期英语期中考试题及答案.doc

       Lingling is going to have a party on Saturday night. She has to shop and clean the house . She is shopping for the food on Saturday morning . Her friends like hamburgers and ice cream . In the afternoon , she’s cleaning the living room and kitchen . She wants to go to the movies at 3:00 , but she has to babysit her brother from 2:00 to 4:00 . The party is at 7:00 .

       Judy is coming to the party . She wants to help Lingling on Saturday , but she can’t . She has a soccer game in the morning . And in the afternoon , she’s going to her uncle’s house . She’s coming to the party at 8:00 .

       Ann isn’t busy this Saturday . On Saturday morning she is going to buy a present for Lingling . In the afternoon she is going to help Lingling with the cleaning . She wants to come to the party at 7:00 .

    请根据短文内容,判断句子正(T)误(F

    1. Lingling can go to the movies on Saturday afternoon . (    )

    2. Judy is coming to the party at 8:00 . (    )

    3. Judy is coming to help Lingling with the shopping . (   )

    4. Ann is busy on Saturday . (   )

    5. Lingling’s party is on Saturday night . (   )

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2017-10-10
    来源: 外国语学校2017年八年级上学期英语期中考试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

      One day a rich man met Sam. The rich man asked, “ I hear you are very clever and nothing is difficult to you. Can you tell me why you are so clever?”

    Sam answered with a smile, “ Oh, I am not clever. Instead you are too foolish(愚蠢的)。” The rich man became very angry.

    Sam said, “ Please don’t be angry. If you don’t believe me, now let me ask you a question. If you put one group of sheep and another group of sheep, how many groups of sheep do you have?”

    “Why! That’s an easy question. One and one is two, anybody knows it. I have two groups of sheep.”

    Sam laughed and said,” You are wrong. Two groups of sheep put together is still one group. That’s the easiest question in the world.”

    根据短文内容选择正确的选项。

    (   )1.One day____ met Sam.

    A. a rich man  B. a poor man  C. a young man  D. an old man

    (  ) 2. The rich man became angry because____

    A. Sam said he was clever   B. Sam said he was foolish.

     C. Sam was foolish.        D. Sam wasn’t clever

    (  ) 3. Sam asked the rich man ____question.

    A. an easy  B. a difficult  C. an interesting  D. a good

    (  ) 4. Two groups of sheep put together is______

    A. one group  B. two groups  C.Many groups  D. Many sheep

    (  ) 5. Sam is______ than the rich man.

    A.      more foolish  B. richer  C. cleverer  D. poorer

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-09
    来源: 合浦县教研室2017届九年级上学期期末英语考试及答案.doc

    About ten years ago, a young and very successful man named Josh was traveling down a Chicago neighborhood street. He was going a bit too fast in his black car, which was only two months old.

    He was watching for kids running out from between the cars and slowed down when he thought he saw something. As his car passed, no children out, but a brick (砖块) flew out and ---WHUMP ---it broke into the shiny black side door. Josh was very angry, he jumped out of the car, caught the kid and shouted: “What have you done? That’s my new car, that brick you threw will cost you a lot of money. Why did you throw it?”

    “Please, sir, please. I’m sorry! I didn’t know what else to do!” cried the youngest. “I threw the brick because no one else would stop!” he pointed around the cars. “It’s my brother, sir.” He said. “He fell down the road and fell out of his wheelchair and I can’t lift him up. Would you please help me get him back into his wheelchair? He’s hurt and he’s too heavy for me.”

    Moved beyond words, Josh lifted the young man back into the wheelchair, checking to see that everything was going to be OK.

    It was a long walk back to the car —a long and slow walk. Josh never did fix the side door. He kept it to remind him not to go through life so fast that someone has to throw a brick at him to get his attention. Feel for the bricks of life coming at to you.

    (       ) 1. Where did the story happen?

           A. England                 B. America                C. Australia               D. Canada

    (       ) 2. Which one is the best title?

           A. The brick                                                 B. The difficulty in life

           C. A boy and his brother                                   D. A boy throwing bricks

    (       ) 3. Which one of the following is NOT TRUE?

           A. The little boy loved his brother.    

           B. Josh was a successful man and he was kind.

           C. Josh was so angry that he beat the boy because his new car was broken.

           D. The boy threw the brick to get Josh’s attention.

    (       ) 4. From the passage, we know               .

           A. The boy had to pay for the broken door of the car.

           B. Josh sent the boy and his brother home in his car.

           C. It was very far from the boy’s home to his car.

           D. Josh got his car two months ago.

    (       ) 5. What’s the meaning of the underlined(划线) sentence?

           A. Josh would watch if someone threw bricks to his car.

           B. Josh didn’t repair his car, he remembered it to remind him to watch the bricks.

           C. Josh would drive slowly to avoid the bricks.

           D. Josh would always be ready to help others if someone needed.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-08
    来源: 宁津县实验中学2017-2018学年度第一学期第一次月考八年级英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    There was a boy and his family was very rich. One day his father took him on a trip to a place. He wanted to show his son how poor people were there. They spent several days on a farm. There were many poor families living on the farm.

    On their way home, the father asked the son, “How was the trip?” “It was great, Dad,” the son answered. “Did you notice how poor people were there?” asked his father. “Oh, yes,” said the son. “So, tell me,” said his father. The son said, “Well, we have one dog and they have four. We have a pool in our garden, while they have a river that has no end. We have expensive lanterns (), but they have stars above their heads at night. We have only a small piece of land to live on, while they have the endless fields. We buy our food, but they grow theirs. We have high walls around our houses to protect us, but they don’t need walls, because their friends will protect them.”

    The father had nothing to say. Then the boy added, “Thank you, Dad, for letting me see how poor we are.”

    1. The father wanted to show his son ________.

    A. how people on the farm worked   B. how poor people were on the farm

    C. how beautiful the farm was       D. how far it was from the city to the farm

    2. How often did they go to the farm?

     A. Once a week.  B. Twice a month.

     C. Every year.  D. The writer doesn’t tell us.

    3. When the father asked the son how the trip was, the son thought it ________.

    A. great      B. tiring   C. terrible   D. boring

    4. According to the boy, people on the farm can see ________ at night.

    A. expensive lanterns       B. a lot of cars

    C. stars above their heads    D. many horses

    5. Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage?
    A. The boy was from a very poor family.

    B. The father and the son spent several weeks on a farm.

    C. People on the farm have high walls around their houses.

    D. The boy thought that people on the farm lived a happy life. 

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-10-08
    来源: 天津北仓二中八年级英语第二次月考试题及答案.doc

       When I went to England, I enjoyed my stay. But I noticed so many different traditions.

       For example, you usually shake hands with people when you meet them for the first time. But after that, you can just say hello. You must say Mr. and Mrs. when you speak to older people, but you can use first names with your friends.

       One day we visited some friends and had tea. Tea is not just a drink but a light meal at around 4 pm. You can’t have teathe mealafter 4:30. We ate sandwiches and a large fruit cake. You can only drink tea at a tea party, not coffee or juice. And you must drink tea with milk. You must pour the tea, then the milkyou can’t put the milk in first, then the tea.

       In buses or trains, the other passengers are very quiet, and you mustn’t talk too loudly. It’s very different from China! In some trains you can’t even use your mobile phones! And you don’t often hear people shouting in the street.

       I was very luckyI even went to a wedding. It was very different from a Chinese wedding. For example, the man and the woman can’t see each other the night before the wedding. Then the woman mustn’t arrive at the church on time but a few minutes late. And at the party after the wedding, the woman throws her flowers over her shoulder. The girl who catches them will be next to get married! It was all very strange but it was great fun!

    1. In England when you meet people for the first time, you may _______ with them.

    A.  go shopping             B. have dinner   C. make friends        D. shake hands

    2. They often have tea _______ pm. in England.

    A. at about 3           B. at about 2         C. at about 5             D. at about 4

    3. You don’t often hear people _______ in the street in England.

    A. smiling                      B.  talking           C. shopping              D. shouting

    4.A bride(新娘) must arrive at the church _______ a bridegroom(新郎) when the wedding begins in England.

    A. the same time          B. on time               C. in time      D. later than

    5. Which do you think is the best title of the passage?

    A. Wedding In England.           B. Greeting In England.

    C. Western Culture.                 D. Traditional Life In England.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-10-07
    来源: 徐州市2017年初三英语综合试题及答案1.doc

    Hannay was nervous. His enemies were searching for him. All around him were grassy hills without trees. He had nowhere to hide. How could he escape?

    Hannay walked along the country for a long time. Then he saw a road worker, who was working alone, fixing the road. Hannay could see the road worker was not feeling well. Hannay came up to him and said How are you?

    My head hurts, the worker said, I cant do it. I want to go home to bed. My daughter got married yesterday, and I drank a lot of wine with my friends. Thats the problem!

    Hannay agreed that he should be home in bed.

    Yes, and I would be, he replied,but yesterday I received a message saying that the new surveyor was coming to look at my work. If he comes and finds me away, Ill be in trouble.

    Suddenly Hannay had bright idea--he could act as the road worker and get away from his enemies.

    You go off to bed, Hannay said,Ill do your job until the new surveyor comes.

    The road worker was pleased with this idea. He gave Hannay his hat and his old coat. Then he went home to sleep and perhaps to drink a bit more. Hannay put on the workers hat and coat and began to fix the road. About an hour later he heard a voice.

    Are you the road worker? it asked.

    It was the new surveyor. He was a young man with a clean face. He sat in a small car.

    Hannay said yes. The surveyor told him about some work he wanted him to do before he came by again and drove off. Hannay continued with his work.

    Then a village boy came by.What has happened to the road worker? he asked.

    He stayed at home today, Hannay replied.Hes sick.

        At about midday, a large car came down the hill and stopped near Hannay. Three man got out of the car. Hannays heart beat fast. He knew his enemies were coming...

    1.What is this passage probably taken from?

    A. A history book.       B. A travel book.      C. A novel        D. A science book.

    2.Why was the road worker feeling ill?

    A. He had a cold.                   B. He hadnt eaten all day.

    C. He had been working all day.        D. He drank too much at his daughters wedding.

    3.Who did NOT come by while Hannay was working on the road

    A. The surveyor.                        B. The road workers daughter.

    C. Hannays enemies.                    D. A village boy.

    4.What can we infer (推断)from the story?

    A. Hannay helped the road worker because he was warm-hearted.

    B. The grassy hills were a perfect hiding place for Hannay.

    C. The surveyor had lot of working experience.

    D. The village boy knew the road worker.

    5.What is the correct order of the story

    Hannay met a road worker who was not feeling well and offered to take over for him.

    Hannay was worried because his enemies were following him.

    A car stopped near Hannay and three men got out.

    Hannay acted as the road worker when the surveyor came by.

    The village boy wondered what had happened to the road worker.

    A. ②→①→④→⑤→③           B. ②→①→④→③→⑤

    C. ①→④→②→⑤→③           D.①→④→②→③→⑤

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-07
    来源: 2016-2017学年度上学期期中考试九年级英语试卷及答案.doc

     Sometimes I really doubt whether there is love between my parents. Every day they are busy trying to make money in order to pay for my brothers education and mine. They dont act in the romantic ways that I read in books or I see on TV. For them, I love you is too difficult to say. Even sending flowers to each other on some special days is hardly ever seen.

        One day, my mother was repairing a quilt. I silently sat beside her and looked at her. Mom, may I ask you a question? I said. What? she replied, still doing her work. Is there love between you and Dad? I asked her in a very low voice. My mother stopped her work and looked at me in surprise. She didnt answer my question at once. Then, she bowed her head and continued to do her work.

        I was afraid that I had hurt her feelings. I felt so embarrassed that I didnt know what to do. But at last I heard my mother say the following words:

        Look at this thread (线). Sometimes it appears, but most of the time, it hides in the quilt. The thread really makes the quilt strong and durable. If life is a quilt, then love should be a thread. It can hardly be seen anywhere or anytime, but its really there.

        I couldnt understand her until the next spring. At that time, my father suddenly got sick seriously. My mother had to stay with him in the hospital for a month. When they returned from the hospital, they both looked very pale. After they were back, every day in the morning and dusk, my mother helped my father walk slowly on the country road. My father had never been so gentle. The doctor had said my father would recover in two months. But after two months he still couldnt walk by himself. All of us were worried about him. Dad, how are you feeling now? I asked him one day. Susan, dont worry about me. he said gently. To tell you the truth, I just like walking with your mom. I like this kind of life. Reading his eyes, I know he loves my mother deeply.

        Once I thought love meant flowers, gifts and sweet kisses. But from this experience, I understand that love is just a thread in the quilt of our life. Love is inside, making life strong and warm.

    1. Why does the writer doubt the love of her parents?

      A. Because they hardly meet each other.

      B. Because they hardly speak to each other.

      C. Because they often argue with each other.

      D. Because they hardly express their love.

    2. How did the writer feel after she asked her mom the question?

      A. Embarrassed.     B. Excited.     C. Angry.   D. Bored.

    3. What does the underlined word durable mean in Chinese?

      A. 好看的   B. 廉价的   C. 耐用的   D. 昂贵的

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

      A. The writer understood her mums words at once.

      B. After two months from the hospital, Susans father could walk by himself.

      C. The writers parents didnt love each other.

      D. Love is there, no matter whether you say it or not

    5. Whats the best title for the passage?

      A. My Parents   B. Love is Just a Thread   C. How to Find Love    D. Where to Find Love

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-10-07
    来源: 海南省昌江县2017-2018学年度第一学期九年级英语科期中考试题及答案.doc

    As a child, I was really afraid of the dark and of getting lost. These fears were very real and caused me some uncomfortable moments.

    Maybe it was the strange way things looked and sounded in my own room at night that scared me so much. There was never complete darkness, but always a streetlight or passing car lights, which made clothes on the back of a chair take on the shape of a wild animal. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw the curtains seem to move when there was no wind. A very low sound in the floor would seem a hundred times louder than in the day. My imagination would run wild, and my heart would beat fast. I would lie very still so that the “enemy” would not discover me.

    Another of my childhood fears was that I would get lost, especially on the way home from school. Every morning I got on the school bus right near my home. That was no problem. After school, though, when all the buses were lined up along the street, I was afraid that I would get in the wrong one and be taken to some other strange places. On school or family trips to a park or a museum, I wouldn’t let the leaders out of my sight.

    Perhaps one of the worst fears of all I had as a child was that of not being liked or accepted by others. Being popular was so important to me then, and the fear of not being liked was a serious one.

    One of the processes growing up is being able to realize and overcome our fears. Understanding the things that scared us as children helps us achieve greater success later in life.

    跟据短文内容,完成下列问题.

    (    )1. The author had ___________kind(s)of fears when she was a child.

           A. one                     B. two                    C. three

    (    )2. ________would scare the author at night.

           A. Streetlight and car lights.

    B. Wild animals and enemies.

           C. Strange sights and sounds.

    (    )3. When she went to some other places ,she would _____________.

    A.      Walk away without others.

    B.      Follow others closely.

    C.      Take a bus by herself.

    (    )4. which of the following would be possibly true when she was a child?

    A.      She was usually popular among people.

    B.      She was always the leader of the others.

    C.      She was not at all liked by others.

    (    )5. The underlined word “overcome” means ”           ”in Chinese.

    A.      克服                 B. 忍受                 C. 信服  

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类