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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-08-17
    来源: 山东省新泰市刘杜镇八年级英语下学期期中试题及答案.doc

       Three man arrived in New York for a holiday. They stayed in a very large hotel and their room was on the forty-fifth floor. In the evening, they went to the theater and came back late. “I’m very sorry, ” said the attendant of the hotel. “The lifts are not working tonight. Do you want to walk up to your room or sleep in the hall for the night?” “Oh!” said one of the three, “We do not want to sleep in the hall. We’ll walk up to our room.” He turned to his two friends and said, “I think we can walk up to our room more easily. On the way, I’ll tell you some jokes, and then you, Alan, will sing us some songs and then you, Peter, will tell us some interesting stories.” Then they began to walk up to their room. Tom told the jokes. Alan sang the songs. At last they came to the forty-fourth floor. They felt tired and stopped to have a rest. “Well,” said Tom, “it’s your turn now, Peter. Please tell us a long and interesting story with a sad end.”

       “OK, I’ll tell you a sad story,” said Peter. “It is not long, but it’s the saddest story of all. We left the key to our room in the hall.”

    1. Tom, Alan and Peter went to New York to_________.

    A. visit their friends  B. live there   C. have a holiday  D. visit a large hotel

    2. That evening, they went to _________.                        

          A. see the sights  B. watch a play   C. their friends’ house  D. a restaurant

    3. The attendant of the hotel_________.

          A. didn’t let them in           B. told them they couldn’t use the lifts

          C. wasn’t very happy          D. got angry

    4. Suddenly, they found __________.

          A. the key was missing   B. they left the key in the theater

          C. they had to go back to the hall for the key   D. the lifts started to work again

    5. What does the underlined word “attendant” mean in this passage? ________

          A. 服务员                   B. 工人      C. 顾客         D.来访者

    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:2017-08-17
    来源: 山东省新泰市刘杜镇八年级英语下学期期中试题及答案.doc

    Since last year, I have worked in a foreign company in my city. I always have lots of work to do. However, no matter how busy I am every day, I won’t forget one important thing. That is to meet my daughter Sally at her school gate on time. After getting home, we go to the park in our neighborhood. Sally plays there. I just wait for her. Every time I tell her that it’s time to go back home, Sally answers, “Five more minutes, Dad!” I always smile and say “OK” to her.

    “What a patient(有耐心的)father you are! Your kid is so lucky to have a father like you!” Every time I hear such words, I feel that being a father makes me really proud.

    In fact, I didn’t use to spend lots of time with Sally. I didn’t change until Tom’s son died in a traffic accident. Tom told me that he never spent much time with his son, not even five minutes a day. I can never forget Tom’s sadness(悲伤). At that time I decided not to make the same mistake as Tom had made. I think that when my daughter wants more time to play, I will spend more time enjoying being with her.

    Life is uncertain(无常的;靠不住的). Nobody knows what will happen tomorrow. So, please give someone your love another five minutes every day.

    1. The writer __________ every day.

          A. meets his daughter at the school gate.   B. has nothing to do.

    C. doesn’t care much about his work.     D. takes his daughter to school.

    2. The writer always waits his daughter for another __________ minutes in the park.

            A. one.                      B. five.       C. three.          D. four.

    3. ________ made the writer know it’s important to be with his daughter.

            A. An traffic accident B. What Tom said C. Tom’s son D. The death of Tom

    4.  Which is the best title of the passage?________

            A. A Patient Father B. A Lovely Girl C. Life is Uncertain D. Five minutes

    5. Which of the following is WRONG?________

            A. The writer has worked in the company for two years.

        B. After school, the writer always takes Sally to the park near his house.

    C. Tom used to spend little time with his son.

    D. The writer spends five minutes longer with his daughter than he used to be.

    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:2017-08-17
    来源: 山东省新泰市刘杜镇八年级英语下学期期中试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的ABCD四个选项中, 选出能回答所提问题或完成所给句子的最佳选项。

    Once there was an old man in a town. He always forgot a lot of things. So his wife always had to say to him, “Don’t forget this!”

        One day he went on a long trip alone. Before he left home, his wife said, “Now you have all these things. They are what you need for your trip. Take care of your things during the trip.” He went to the station, bought a ticket and got on the train with it.

        About half an hour later, the conductor began to see the tickets. He came to the old man and said, “Will you please show me your ticket?” The old man looked for his ticket in all his pockets, but he could not find it. He was very worried. “I can’t find my ticket. I really bought a ticket before I got on the train.” said the old man.

     “I believe you bought a ticket. All right, you don’t have to buy another one,” said the conductor kindly. “But how can I know where I’m going? – I can’t remember my station!” the old man said sadly.

    1.The old man in the story was very ______.

     A. kind           B. poor            C. forgetful    D. sad

    2.Where is the ticket? _______

     A. The old man forgot to buy it.

     B. The old man could not remember where it was.

     C. The old man showed it to the conductor.

     D. The old mans wife took the ticket away.

    3.The old man bought the ticket _____ he got on the train.

     A. after                    B. before              C. as                D. when

    4.The conductor ______ the old man.

     A. didn’t believe     B. laughed at     C. believed     D. felt sorry for

    5.The old man was sad because _______

     A. he had to buy another ticket.

     B. he lost all the things his wife gave him.

     C. he did not know where he was.

     D. he did not know where he should get off.

    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:2017-08-17
    来源: 高港九年级英语质量监测题及答案.doc

      One day I got in a taxi, and we left for the airport. We were driving in the right lane(车道)when, suddenly, a black car jumped out of a parking space right in front of us. My taxi driver stopped his car at once. The tire(轮胎)made a very loud noise, and at the very last moment our car stopped just one inch from the back of the other car.

    I was frightened. But then I couldn't believe what happened next.

    The driver of the other car ,the guy who almost caused a big accident, turned his head and started yelling at us. I couldn't believe it! But my taxi driver just smiled at the guy. So I asked, "Why did you just do that? This guy almost sent us to hospital!"

    This is when my taxi driver taught me what I now call, "The Law of the Rubbish Truck(垃圾车法则)."He explained that many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of rubbish,full of anger and full of bad feelings. As their rubbish piles up, they look for a place to throw it away and sometimes they'll throw it at you. Don't take it personally. Just smile, wish them well, and move on. Don't take their rubbish and spread it to other people at work, at home, or on the streets

    Successful people never let rubbish trucks change their moods. Life's too short to wake up in the morning with regrets, so love those who love you and pray(祈祷)for those who don't.

    1. Which of the following is NOT true according to the first paragraph

    A. The write went to the airport by taxi that day    

    B. The taxi driver stopped his car in time.

    C. The black car jumped out and crashed into the taxi.

    D. A car accident nearly happened on the writer's way to the airport

    2. The underlined word yelling in the second paragraph means_in Chinese

    A.道歉              B.傻笑                 C.吼叫          D.告别

    3. Why did the guy get angry so easily?

    A. Because he was in a bad mood.       B. Because his car was full of rubbish.

    C. Because he was badly hurt by the taxi. D. Because the taxi driver didn't say sorry to him.

    4. From this passage, we can tell that the taxi driver is_.

    A. silly and dishonest  B. wise and friendly   

    C. helpful but nervous  D. modest but impatient

    5. What does the passage mainly tell us?

    A. Fight with people like rubbish trucks.

    B. Make friends with people like rubbish trucks.

    C. Have a quarrel with people like rubbish trucks.

    D. Don't let rubbish trucks change our moods.

    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:2017-08-16
    来源: 滨州市2015-2016学年第二学期期中考试八年级英语试题及答案.doc

    I felt very tired when I came home from work. I fell asleep while my one-year-old son was playing his toy. After a while, a loud knock at the door woke me up. Ah, my little son tried to open the door. From the window, he saw a kite flying in the sky.

     Oh, it's quite a nice kite! I got up and looked out of the window. Two boys were

    flying the kite. I took my son out to the yard(院子).

    "I'm glad to see you." I asked one boy, "Would you please tell me in which shop

    you bought the kite? My son likes it very much and I want to buy one for him."

    "We made it ourselves." "If he likes, he can take it," said the other boy.

    "Thank you just the same, little boy. I'm going to make a kite for him. Thank you!" 

    (    ) 1. How many people are there in this passage? 

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

    (    ) 2. Who is the oldest?   

               A. The writer.  B. The little boy.

    C. The son.     D. I dont know.

    (    ) 3. Who were flying the kite?   

     A. The son.   B. The writer.

    C. The boys.   D. The mother.

    (    ) 4. Who likes the kite very much?

     A. Father.  B. The mother.  C. The boys. D. The son.

    (    ) 5. How old is the son?  

     A. One month            B. One year old. 

     C. Two years old.       D. Three years old

    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:2017-08-16
    来源: 七年级英语三月月考试题及答案.doc

    One day, in an English class, the students are doing their lessons. Their teacher, a young woman, is very happy. She sings some nice songs with them and then she goes to the blackboard and writes “SMILES” on it.

    “This is the longest word in English, ” she says to the class.

    A girl stands up and says, “It has only six letters. How can it be the longest word in English?”

    The teacher smiles and says, “Oh, look! There is a mile(英里) between the first letter and the last one. ”

    (   ) 1. One day, the students are having       .

               A. an English lesson   B. a long meeting  C. a big meal D. a good time

    (   ) 2. The young teacher sings some songs with       .

               A. her children            B. her students             C. the teacher              D. the boys

    (   ) 3. What does the teacher write on the blackboard?

               A. Her name.              B. A song.            C. A word.           D. A letter.

    (   ) 4. A girl        what her teacher says.

               A. asks                       B. believes            C. doesn’t ask             D. doesn’t believe

    (   ) 5. Is the word “smiles” the longest in English?

               A. Yes.                       B. Sure.                C. No.                 D. Don’t know.

    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:2017-08-15
    来源: 无锡市中学初三英语学情调研卷及答案.doc

        "BANG!" the door caused a reverberation (回声). It was just standing there, with Father standing on one side, and I on the other side.

        We were both in great anger. "Never set foot in this house again!" stormed Father. With tears welling up in my eyes, I rushed out of the flat and ran along the street.

        The street lights were shining, causing rather sad-feeling. I wandered aimlessly.

        A young father who held a child in his arms walked past me. I felt as if I saw my childhood from another space: happy and carefree.

        But now... I don't know whether it is because I have grown up or because Dad is getting old. We differ in our ways of thinking. He always puts his opinions and codes of behaviour on me. Whenever I do something wrong, he never admits(承认) it. We are just like two people coming from two different worlds. It feels like there is an iron door between us that can never be opened.

        I wandered in the streets, without a destination in mind. My heart was frozen on this hot summer night. As I walked on there were fewer and fewer people on the streets, until I had only the street lights to keep me company(陪伴). When I finally reached the high-rise apartment block in which I lived, I saw that the light was still on.

        I thought to myself: "Is Father waiting for me, or is he still angry with me?"

        In fact, it was nothing. Perhaps, Dad was throwing away some of his old stamps. Perhaps he thought they were useless. I never had the courage to tell him that I liked collecting stamps. I can't stand his outrageous (蛮横的) words: "I can't throw you away, let alone these old papers?"

        All the lights were off except Father's.

        Dad was always like this. Maybe he didn't know how to express himself. After shouting at me, he never showed any mercy(怜悯) or any moments of regret. After an argument he has the habit of creeping up (悄悄来到) in my sleep and then tucking me underneath the covers.

        This was how he always was. He has been a leader for so long that telling everyone else what to do has become his second nature.

        The light was still on. "Am I wrong?" I whispered, maybe... With the key in hand, I was as nervous as I had ever been. At last, I decided to open the door. As soon as I opened the door tears ran down my cheeks. I suddenly realized that the iron door that I had imagined between us did not exist (存在) at all. Love---is second to none.

    1. Which is the best order of the following according to what happened in the passage.

       a. I opened the door and entered the house.

       b. Sadly I ran out into the street.

       c. I reached the place where I lived and saw my house still brightly lit.

       d. I thought of my father's kindness towards me.

       e. I walked about in the street without any aim.

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

    2. What made the writer think of his childhood?

    A. The sight of the street lights.

    B. The sight of the empty street.

    C. The sight of a father with a child in his arms.

    D. The sight of light in his own house.

    3. Why do you think the father often shouts at his son?

    A. Perhaps the father is getting older and older.

    B. Perhaps the son has already grown up.

    C. Perhaps they never agree with each other.

    D. Perhaps the father has got used to doing that.

    4. What conclusion can you come to after reading the passage?

    A. The father treats his son in an unfair way.

    B. The father is actually kind to his son.

    C. The father is neither kind nor cruel to his son.

    D. The father is always finding fault (过错) with his son.  

    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:2017-08-15
    来源: 无锡市中学初三英语学情调研卷及答案.doc

    We all have happy memories of taking a few lazy months off after the stress of A-levels. So since summer has arrived, let’s make full use. It goes without saying that summer vacations are the perfect time to go traveling.

    Tickets go up greatly when you turn 26, so make full use of cheaper prices while you’re eligible.

    Volunteering abroad won’t surprise future bosses, but it can be very useful. Finding a reliable (可靠的) company is important, as is discovering a program that interests you. There are enough websites where you can see other people’s suggestions.

    Of course for most of us, money is tight. To avoid overspending you can combine(结合) employment(打工)and vacation. Hannah Warn, a psychology (心理学) student at the University of Winchester, is spending her summer at Camp America where students enjoy a good time on a summer camp. “Being thrown into something where I don’t really know what to expect is exciting,” she says. “It gives me a chance to experience being away from home in a different way.”

    Those with a talent for languages might also consider working abroad as an au pair (互惠工人). The work may be a chance to involve yourself in a new culture while your employer pays most of the bill.

    If you have an idea of the type of career you’d like, getting work experience is wise. In many careers, graduating with only your degree(学位) to show for your three or four years just won’t make it. Send applications off early and to as many places as possible. Make sure you take a well-earned break this summer.

    1. The underlined part “you’re eligible” in Para. 2 means “          ”.

    A. you have more free time                          B. you’re tired of school life

    C. you enjoy traveling a lot                          D. you’re of the right age

    2. Which of the following is TRUE according to the example of Hannah Warn?

    A. Camp America offers jobs to students.

    B. Psychology students are good at saving money.

    C. Students had better choose a camp connected to their future job.

    D. A camp is a good place to combine employment and vacation. 

    3. According to the passage, who is more likely (可能) to get a job after graduation?

    A. John, who got excellent academic records during his university years.

    B. Lily, who worked abroad as an au pair during summer vacations.

    C. Tom, who got working experience connected to his future job in college.

    D. Mary, who got a degree after studying four years in a famous university.

    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:2017-08-15
    来源: 无锡市中学初三英语学情调研卷及答案.doc

    Twelve-year-old Leonardo was born in a poor family in Bambamarca in Peru. He knew how to read but he had never seen a book in his life. So he asked the new priest(牧师)in his village to give him one. But there was no electricity. So Leonardo borrowed candles from the church and sat up all night reading it. The next morning, he was at the door of the priest asking for another book to read.

    John Medcalf, the priestwas moved. He also realized that people would love to read if given a chance. But he knew how difficult it was for Leonardo and those in his village to get books. And yet, no one can be taught to read and write without books. To make people in a poor, faraway area grow to love booksthey have to be with them. So he thought the only way was to bring books to people.

    But how could this be done? Mobile libraries or car libraries would be too expensive and difficult to continue in the rocky, hilly land of Peru. So what other method could be used?

    Medcalf got a new idea from the barefoot(赤脚)doctors of China. And that was how the barefoot librarians(图书管理员)first appeared in the villages of northern Perualmost thirty years ago.

    The librarians began by going from village to village, lending books to villagers. They hoped to start the Rura1 Library Network of Peru.

    At firstthey were teachers of the village schools which these faraway libraries belonged to. But the teachers were not very interested in the job because it meant a lot of hard work. So, village elders took on the job themselves.

    Today, there are 600 village libraries across Peru. The barefoot librarians who walk up to 15 hours a day with bags of books are their lifeline.

    1. The first paragraph tells us that Leonardo          .

    A. had a lot of books                           B. bought candles from others

    C. enjoyed reading books                      D. lived in the church

    2. The underlined word "this" in Paragraph 3 probably refers to(指)”        ”

    A. to grow to love books                               B. to bring books to people

    C. to read and write                                D. to build a new library

    3. The passage doesn't mention           .

    A. when the barefoot librarians appeared

    B. who worked as village librarians at first

    C. where Medcalf met Chinese doctors

    D. how many village libraries Peru has today

    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:2017-08-14
    来源: 江苏省盐城市2017届九年级下学期第二次模拟考试英语试卷及答案.doc

    A priest(牧师) had a cat that climbed up a tree in his backyard and then was afraid to come down. The priest persuaded(劝说), offered warm milk, etc. The kitty would not come down. The tree was not strong enough to climb, so the priest decided that if he tied a rope to his car and drove away so that the tree bent(弯曲) down, he could then reach up and get the kitty. He did so, checking his progress in the car again and again, then work out if he went just a little bit further, the tree would be bent enough for him to reach the kitty. But as he moved a little further forward, the rope broke.

           The tree went “boing!” and the kitty at once sailed through the air —out of sight. The priest felt terrible. He walked all over the neighborhood asking people if they’d seen his kitty. Nobody had seen a lost kitty.

           So, he prayed, “God, I just give this kitty to your keeping,” and went on about his business.

           Several days later he was at the grocery store, meeting one of his church(教堂) members. He happened to look into her shopping cart and was amazed to see cat food. Before this woman was a cat hater(痛恨者) and everyone knew it, so he asked her, “Why are you buying cat food when you hate cats so much?”

           She replied, “You won’t believe this,” and told him how her little girl had been begging(恳求) her for a cat, but she kept refusing. Then a few days before, the child begged again, so the Mom finally told her little girl, “Well, if God gives you a cat, you can keep it.” She told the priest, “I watched my child go out in the yard, get on her knees, and ask God for a cat. You won’t believe this, but I saw it with my own eyes. A cat suddenly came flying out of the blue sky, with its paws spread out, and landed right in front of her. ”

    1. The priest drove his car to bend the tree in order to __________.

    A. get his kitty down from the tree              B. persuade his kitty to come down

    C. offer the kitty some warm milk        D. see if the rope was strong enough

    2. The underlined sentence in Paragraph 3 probably means that the priest __________.

    A. was happy he didn’t have to care for the kitty

    B. hoped his neighbors would look after his cat

    C. thought his kitty might be lost or killed

    D. didn’t want to see his kitty any more

    3. Why was the priest amazed when he saw the woman had bought much cat food?

    A. Because he couldn’t imagine she had her own cat.

    B. Because the woman was his church member.

    C. Because he thought she would live on cat food.

    D. Because he knew clearly she didn’t like a cat.

    4. Who gave the girl a cat?

    A. God.                 B. His neighbor.     C. The priest.         D. His church member.

    5. Which may be the best title of this passage?

    A. A flying cat                                          B. A lucky girl

    C. God sent her a cat                        D. An unlucky priest

    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:2017-08-14
    来源: 南通市虹桥八(下)期末测试卷及答案.doc

    A little girl walked to and from school every day. Though it was not fine and clouds appeared in the sky that morning, the little girl made her daily trip to school as usual. When school was over, winds became stronger and it began to rain.

    The mother of the little girl felt worried that her daughter would be afraid when she walked home from school and that lightning might frighten her child. Following the bright light of lightning, the mother quickly got into her car and drove to her child's school. As the mother drove along the road, she saw her little girl walking alone in the rain. To her great surprise, she found that when a lightning came, her daughter stopped, looked up and smiled. Another lightning came and then another followed. With each lightning, the little girl stopped, looked up and smiled.

    Inside the car, the mother asked her daughter, "What were you doing? Why did you look up and smile when the lightning came?' The little girl answered with a smile, “Mum, you know, God was looking at me. Each time I felt a little afraid walking in the rain, God would take a picture of me. I knew he was playing a game with me.”

    (   )1. How did the little girl go to school every day?

    A. By car       B. On foot.       C. By bus.       D. By bike.

    (   )2. What was the weather like that day?    

    A. It was rainy    B. It was fine    C It was just windy    D It was only cloudy.

    (   )3. At first, the mother felt worried because _____________

    A. she couldn't help her daughterB. her daughter hadn't taken her umbrella

    C. she had something more important to doD. her daughter might be afraid of the lightning

    (   )4.According to the article, we can know that the little girl was____    

    A. proud           B shy                 C. brave             D. nervous

    (   )5. This passage is possibly from____    

    A. a menu         B. a magazine    C. a dictionary    D a report

    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:2017-08-14
    来源: 南通市虹桥八(下)期末测试卷及答案.doc

    One day, Jack’s parents told him that his grandpa would retire(退休) after working for forty years. Jack said in surprise, “I’m only seven, so it means Grandpa has been… er … A really long time!”

    His parents said, “Yes. That’s why we are going to have a surprising party for him. ”

    Jack loved his grandpa and wanted to do something special for him. He remembered the business card his grandpa had given him two years before. He knew that his grandpa would no longer have the position(职位) on that card, so he decided to build a new one for his grandpa.

    When the big day came, Jack was ready. But he didn’t want to put his gift together with others’. He carried it around with him the whole evening.

    When all the other people left, he took his grandpa’s hand and brought him over to a chair and gave him the gift.

    His grandpa smiled, “Well, it must be a beautiful gift. May I open it now?” “Sure!” Jack said excitedly.

    As Grandpa opened the gift, tears came into his eyes. Jack gave him the greatest gift he had ever got! They were business cards with new position: FULL-TIME GRANDPA! Jack said, “Now your full-time job is my grandpa!”

    Well, how much do I get paid?” his grandpa asked, smiling. “As many hugs(拥抱) as you want!” With these words, Jack gave Grandpa a hug. “Well, I guess that means I’m the richest man in the world!” said Grandpa.

    (   )1. Who was going to retire?

    A. Jack’s grandma.        B. Jack’s grandpa.  C. Jack’s mother.   D. Jack’s father.

    (   )2. Jack remembered _______ his grandpa had given him two years before.

    A. the birthday card              B. the boy           C. the book         D. the business card

    (   )3. What did Jack decide to do for his grandpa?

    A. To build a new position for him.             B. To draw a picture for him.

    C. To sing a song for him.                          D. To buy a gift for him.

    (   )4. Which of the following is TRUE?

    A. Jack was the first one to give his gift to his grandpa.

    B. Jack was the last one to give his gift to his grandpa.

    C. Jack gave his gift to his grandpa together with other people.

    D. Jack gave his gift to his grandpa together with his parents.

    (   )5. Why were there tears in Grandpa’s eyes?

        A. Because he would lose his position.      B. Because he was not cared for.

        C. Because he was moved by Jack’s gift      D. Because he was unhappy.

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 厦门同安区2016-2017学年第二学期八年级期中联考及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    阅读短文,根据短文内容,从题中所给ABC三个选项中,选出最佳答案

    Mr. Black is a farmer. One day he drove his truck to town and on the way his truck(卡车) knocked down a boy and hurt him. He took the boy to a hospital and he paid a lot of money for that, but the boy’s parents wanted to get more money from him, so they said their son couldn’t lift(举起) his right arm above his head.

    Mr. Black’s lawyer came and asked the boy some questions. “Now, my boy,” he said, “Mr. Black’s truck knocked you down in the street.’ “Yes, sir,” he said. “And you can’t life your right arm now?” “Yes, sir,” he said. “Could you show how high you can lift your right arm?” Slowly the boy lifted his right arm before his nose. “Poor boy,” said the lawyer, “And how high could you lift before the accident?” “Oh, I could lift it very high,” said the boy, and the right hand went up high above his head.

    1. Mr. Black’s truck knocked down ___________.

    A lawyer                   B. a boy’s father                     C. a boy

    2. The boy’s parents wanted to get more ________ from Mr. Black.

    A. trucks                  B. money                             C. arms

    3. Mr. Black’s lawyer asked the boy to  ________.

    A. lift his left arm             B. answer some questions           C. Ask some questions

    4. There was _________ wrong with the boy.

    A. something                  B. anything                           C. nothing

    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:2017-08-14
    来源: 2016学年第一学期八年级英语教学质量检测卷及答案.doc

        Old Henry likes going on vacation, but he is forgetful (健忘的). So his daughter always goes on vacation with him. Last Thursday, Old Henry wanted to go to Canada on vacation. His daughter didn't feel well, so Old Henry had to go there alone. He went to this station. Bought a ticket and got on the train.

        On the train, the worker came to see Old Henry's ticket."Can you show me your ticket, please?" She said to Old Henry.The old man looked for his ticket, but he couldn't find it."I can't find my ticket, but I really bought one," he said.

        "OK, I see. You don't have to buy another one," said the worker. "Thank you. But how can I know where to get off?" Old Henry said.

    (   )1. When did Old Henry go on vacation?

           A. On Thursday.    B. On Friday.    C. On Saturday.     D. On Sunday.

    (   )2. Why didn't his daughter go to Canada with him?

    A. She didn't like Canada.                   B. She was not very healthy.

    C. She was busy with her work         D. She didn't like going on vacation.

    (   ) 3. What's the Chinese meaning of "alone"?

    A. 开心的              B. 顺利地            C. 独自地              D.幸运地

    (   ) 4. Which is true?

    A. Old Henry found the ticket.

    B. Old Henry didn't buy a ticket.

    C. Old Henry didn't remember where he would go.      

    D. The worker on the train asked Old Henry to buy another ticket.

    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:2017-08-14
    来源: 宁波江北2016学年第一学期七年级英语教学质量检测卷及答案.doc

       Mr Green and Mr Brown work in the same office. One day Mr Green says to Mr Brown, “My wife will have a small party in our house on Monday evening. Would you and your wife like to come?”

    Mr Brown says, “thank you very much. I'd love to, but let me ask my wife first.” So Mr Brown goes to the other room and telephones his wife. Then he comes back and looks very worried (担心的).

    “What’s the matter?” asks Mr Green. “Is your wife there at home?”

     “No.” answers Mr Brown. “She isn’t there. My small son answers the telephone. I say to him, “Is your mother there, David?” And he answers, “No, she isn’t in the house.” “Where is she?” I ask. “She is somewhere outside.” “What’s she doing?” I ask. “She is looking for me.” He answers.

    1.        will have a small party at home on Monday evening.

    A. Mr Green          B. Mrs Green         C. Mr Brown         D. Mrs Brown

    2. Mrs Brown is looking for         .

    A. Mr Green          B. Mr Brown         C. Mrs Green               D. David

    3. Who does Mr Brown speak to on the telephone?

    A. Mr Green          B. Mrs Brown        C. David              D.himself

    4. How many people are mentioned (提到) in the story?

    A. 6                     B. 5                      C. 4                     D. 3

    5. Who is the wife looking for?

    A. Mr Brown.        B. David.              C. Mr Green.         D. I don’t know.

    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:2017-08-12
    来源: 江苏省盐城市2017年初中毕业与升学考试英语试题及答案.doc

    Every boy wants to find treasure. And Tom was no different One summer day Tom told Huck about his idea.

    “Where can we look for treasure?” asked Huck.

    “It’s hidden on islands, under dead trees, but mostly under the floors in haunted(闹鬼的) houses.”

    So, one Saturday afternoon Tom and his friend went to look for treasure as the haunted house on Cardiff Hill. It was a quiet and lonely which made the boys feel very frightened. They entered quietly, and explored downstairs. There were cobwebs everywhere and everything was old and broken. Then they threw their tools in a corner and walked upstairs, but there was nothing there. They were just about to go downstairs and start digging when Tom stopped.

    “What is it?” whispered Huck, going white with fright.

    “Keep quiet! There’s someone downstairs.”

    The boys lay down, looking through the holes in the wooden floor. There were two men downstairs. One was an old Spaniard in a wide sombrero hat and the other was duty and unpleasant-looking.

    Tom and Hack shook with fear when they heard the Spaniard speak because they found it was Indian Joe He said.

    “It’s time for us to move, partner. What will we do with the $650 form the robbery(抢劫)?”

    “Let’s keep $30 each and leave the bag here.”

    The dirty man went to the fireplace and moved a stone. Then he lifted out a bag full of money and look out some coins. The two boys forgot all their fears when they saw there was real treasure downstairs.

    Then Indian Joe started digging a hole with his knife and the knife hit something.

    “What is it?” asked the other man.

    “It’s a box,” said Indian Joe. And he put in his hand and pulled out a handful of gold coins. The other man found the boys’ tools, and they soon pulled out the box.

    “Where’s thousands of dollars in there,” Said Indian Joe.

    “The Murrell Gang used this area one summer,” said his partner.

    “They most have hidden their money here.”

    “What will we do with this, Joe? Will we bury()it again?”

    “No, someone might find it,” said Indian Joe. “Let’s bury it in the member two den.”

    Tom and Huck got up as soon as the two men left. They decided to watch out for the “man in the sombrero” when he came to town and find out where the member two den was.

    (  ) 1. Where did the two boys go to find treasure one Saturday afternoon?

    A. To a haunted house.  B. To a small island.

    C. To some dead trees.  D. To a faraway den.

    (  ) 2. Who does the underlined word “He” refer to?

    A. Tom   B. Hunk   C. Indian Joe  D. The dirty man

    (  ) 3. Where was the bag of money probably from?

    A. The two men robbed others of it.     B. Some villagers hid it there.

    C. The owner of the house left it there. D. Tom and Huck buried it there.

    (  ) 4. which is the right order of what happened in the story?

    a. The two boys threw their tools in a corner.

    b. The duty man lifted out a bag full of money.

    c. Tom and Huck went to look for treasure one day.

    d. Indian Joe found a box full of gold coins.

    e. The Murrell Gang hid their money in the house.

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

    (  ) 5. What can we infer(推断) from the passage?

    A. The real treasure was $650 in the bag.

    B. The man in the sombrero was Indian Joe.

    C. Tom would join Indian Joe and be a robber.

    D. Tom and Hack would try to get the treasure.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 江苏省盐城市2017年初中毕业与升学考试英语试题及答案.doc

    完形填空

    阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项中选出一个最佳答案。

    My name is Philippe and my wife’s name is Sophie. We’re from  1  . Recently we were faced with a   2  situation while traveling by car in the mountains with our hired driver. Just as we began to doze(打盹), the car made a strange, loud noise and then  3  working.

    We tried communicating with the driver but with little  4  because he couldn’t speak French. He tried to tell us with body language that he was going to get help and then he left.

    We were in a poor area, with   5  houses in sight. We started to bear the cries of wild animals Sophie was very afraid. We didn’t have much food and it was getting   6  and darker I began to lose  7  . Should we leave the car? Would our driver ever  8  ? Was he a trustworthy man? We were very worried.

    A couple of hours passed  9  , the headlights from another car appeared in the dart. A man got out of the car. Finding us cold and hungry, he kindly asked us to  10  his car.

      11 we left, he put a note on the windshield of the car with his phone number on it. Then he drove us to a nearby village, and we met his family. His cousin spoke French and he  12 us tea and local foods.   13  asked us questions and they were excited to have unexpected guests.

    Later that evening, the phone rang. It was our  14  . He had kept his word and fixed the car.

    I will  15  forget the warmth we received on that day because we depended on a complete stranger for help.

    (  )1. A. America  B. Germany    C. France      D. Brazil

    (  )2. A. difficult   B. suitable       C. pleasant      D. hopeful

    (  )3. A. started    B. stopped      C. continued   D. finished

    (  )4. A. suspect   B. advice     C. magic     D. success

    (  )5. A. no       B. some       C. several           D. many

    (  )6. A. colder     B. warmer      C. heavier       D. lighter

    (  )7. A. memory  B. way        C. confidence D. interest

    (  )8. A. leave       B. return      C. drive       D. wait

    (  )9. A. Suddenly B. Sadly      C. Exactly      D. Safely

    (  )10. A. get to    B. get on     C. get off           D. get into

    (  )11. A. WheneverB. After     C. Before     D. Until

    (  )12. A. donated B. offered       C. sold        D. lent

    (  )13. A. SomeoneB. No one      C. Every one   D. Any one

    (  )14. A. farmer   B. waiter     C. doctor     D. driver

    (  )15. A. almost   B. sometimes  C. usually       D. never

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类
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    来源: 四川省达州市201 7年高中阶段学校招生统一考试英语试题及答案.doc

    The roundtable of the Belt and Road Forum for Intemational Cooperation (合作)  was held on May14, 2017 in Beijing. President Xi Jinping made a theme speech at the Opening Ceremony.

    Distinguished guests from over 100 countries attended this important forum on the Belt and Road Initiative.

    Over 2,000 years ago, our ancestors opened the transcontinental (横贯大陆的) passage connecting Asia, Europe and Africa, known today as the Silk Road. They also created sea routes connecting the East with the West, namely, the maritime (海洋) Silk Road. These ancient silk routes opened windows of friendly engagement among nations.

       In China's Han Dynasty around 140 B. C. , Zhang Qian left Chang'an.  He made a journey to the Western regions and opened an overland route connecting the East and the West. Centuries later, in the years of Tang, Song and Yuan Dynasties, such silk routes, both over land and at sea, great adventurers,  including Du Huan of China,  Marco Polo of Italy, left their footprints along these ancient routes.  In the early 15th century, Zheng He, the famous Chinese navigator  (航海家)  in the Ming Dynasty, made seven voyages to the Western Seas, a great achievement which still is remembered today. Generation after generation, the silk routes travelers have built a bridge for peace and East-West cooperation.

      The Belt and Road Initiative is rooted c檀根) in the ancient Silk Road. It focuses on the

    Asian, European and African continents, but is also open to all other countries. All countries, from

    either Asia, Europe, Africa or the Americas, can be international cooperation partners of the Belt

    and Road Initiative.21世纪教育网

      Today, China is trying to build the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. The Belt and Road can create chances in challenges and changes. "Peaches and plums do not speak, but they are so attractive that a path is formed below the trees. " Four years on, over 100 countries and international organizations have supported and got involved in this initiative. We are sure the dream of the Belt and Road is coming true.

    1. According to this passage, can we infer which of the following is TRUE?

       A. The Belt and Road Initiative focuses on the Asian, European and American continents.

       B. Zhang Qian left Chang'an and created sea routes connecting the East with the West.

       C. The roundtable of the Belt and Road Forum was held successfully in Beijing.

       D. Marco Polo of Italy left his footprints along these ancient routes in the Song Dynasty.

    2. Put the sentences in the right order according to the passage.

        These ancient silk routes opened windows of friendly engagement among nations.

        The silk routes travelers have built a bridge for peace and East-West cooperation.

        President Xi Jinping made a theme speech at the Opening Ceremony.

        The Belt and Road can create chances in challenges and changes.

        The Belt and Road Initiative is rooted in the ancient Silk Road.

      A. ③②④①⑤   B. ②①④⑤③     C. ②③①④⑤  D. ③①②⑤④

    3. What's the meaning of the underlined sentence in the last paragraph?

         A.使者相望于道,商旅不绝于途。    B.桃李不言,下自成蹊。

    C.不积跬步,无以至千里。           D.伟业非一日之功。 

    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:2017-08-11
    来源: 2017年湖南省益阳市中考英语试卷及答案.doc

    Last Saturday afternoon, my friend Mr. Li took his two little boys to play tennis. He walked up to the young man at the ticket office and asked, How much is it to get in?

    The young man answered, 3 yuan for you and 3 yuan for any kid who is older than six. We let them in free if they are six or younger. How old are they?

    Mr. Li said, Li Ming is six and Li Hua is seven, so I think I should pay 6 yuan.

    The man at the ticket office said, Hey, you are too honest. You can save yourself three yuan if you tell me that the older one is six. I dont know the difference. Mr. Li said, Yes, that may be true, but the kids know the difference.

    When ethics(道德规范)are more important than ever before, make sure you set a good example(榜样)for everyone you work and live with.

    1What did Mr. Li and his sons want to do?

        A. To play tennis.     B. To do some shopping.  C. To go fishing.

    2If Mr. Liu and Mrs. Liu take their 3-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter to play tennis, how much should they pay?

        A. 6 yuan.             B. 9 yuan.               C. 12 yuan.

    3Who do the words the older one in paragraph 4 refer to(指的是)

        A. Mr. Li.             B. Li Ming.              C. Li Hua.

    4Which of the following is TRUE?

        A. Mr. Li wanted to save three yuan

        B. We should set a good example for our children.

        C. The man at the ticket office wanted Mr. Li to pay 9 yuan.

    5Whats the best title(标题) of this passage?

        A. Playing Tennis Is Interesting

        B. A Father and His Two Sons

        C. What You Are Is as Important as What You Do

    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:2017-08-11
    来源: 2017年兰州市初中学业水平考试 英 语(A)及答案 .doc

    Little Women is a novel by an American writer, which was published in 1868 and 1869. The novels follows the lives of four sistersMeg, Jo , Beth, and Amy March from childhood to womanhood.

    These four sisters live with their mother. Meg and Jo March, the eld sister, both work outside the home for money to support the family. Meg teaches four children in a nearby family, while Jo helps her grand-aunt March, who is very rich. Beth helps with the housework, and Amy attends school. Their nearest neighbor is a rich man whose orphaned grandson lives with him. The sisters introduce themselves to the handsome shy boy, Laurie, who is the age of Jo.

      … …

      Meg is the beautiful sister; Jo is the tomboy(爱打闹的女孩); Beth is the musician; and Amy is the charming artist with the blond curls. Jo is easy to get angry. One of her challenges(挑战) in the growing up is to control her anger. Laurie enjoys his neighbors, joining the family often in play. His grangfather, Mr. Laurence, is charmed (吸引) by Beth, and gives her the piano sued by Laurie’s late sister

    1. Who wrote the novel Little Women?

    A. Louisa May Alcott.     B. Jo March.   C. Laurence.     D. Laurie.

    2. What does Little Women tell about?

    A. About the lives of fours sisters when they are young. 

    B. About the lives of fours sisters when they are old.

    C. About the lives of fours sisters after they get married.

    D. About the lives of fours sisters when they grow up.

    3. What is Amy and how does the look like?

    A. She is an artist and has golden curly hair.   B. She is a musician and charming.

    C. She is a teacher and has blond curls.       D. She is an artist and easy to get angry.

    4. Who is Laurence?

       A. He is very rich.   B. He is an orphan.   C. He is Laurie’s grandfather.  D. He is Jo’s grandfather.

    5. What do we know about Laurie from the passage?

       A. He lives with the four sisters.    B. He is an orphan.

    C. He is easy to get angry.         D. He doesn't like his late sister.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:人物传记/故事阅读类