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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-05-21
    来源: 烟台市2017年初中学生学业水平模拟考试英语试题及答案.doc

    A famous teacher was speaking to the students at our school. He began his lesson by holding up a ¥100 bill. Then he said to the three hundred students, “Who would like this ¥100 bill?” The students began to put up their hands at once.

    Then he said, “I am going to give this ¥100 to one of you, but first, let me do this.” He then made the bill into a ball. Then he said, “Who wants it now?” The hands went back into the air.

    “Well,” he said, “What if I do this?” and he dropped it on the floor and stepped on it. He picked up the dirty, crumpled bill and said, “Who still wants it?” Hands went back into the air.

    “My friends,” he said, “you have learned a valua­ble lesson today. No matter (无论) what I did to the money, you still wanted it because it did not go down in value (价值). It was still worth ¥ l00!”

    Many times in our lives, we are dropped, crum­pled, and stepped on by the chances we take and the things that happen to us. We feel as if we are worth nothing. But remember, no matter what has happened to you, you will never lose your value: you are always valuable to those people who love you. Your value doesn’t come from what you do or whom you know, but WHO YOU ARE.

    You are special and valuable. Don’t ever forget it!

    1. Even though it was dirty, the money _______.

    A. still went up in value                       B. was worth nothing

    C. didn’t go down in value                  D. was still ours

    2. We are always valuable to the people _______.

    A. who pay us                                   B. who call us

    C. who hate us                                   D. who love us

    3. Your value doesn’t come from what you do but _______.

    A. who you know                              B. who made you

    C. who you remember                        D. who you are

    4. The sentence “Hands went back into the air” means “_______”.

    A. the students put up their hands again

    B. the students put down their hands

    C. the students put their hands behind their backs again

    D. the students put their hands in front of them

    5. Why did the famous teacher use a ¥100 bill at his lesson?

    A. Because he wanted to make the bill into a ball.

    B. Because he used to drop a bill on the floor and stepped on it.

    C. Because he was going to give the bill to one of his students.

    D. Because he wanted to make the students know what value was.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-05-21
    来源: 冷水滩区初三年级第二次模拟考试英语试题及答案.doc

    Having a teenager at home can be a real headache. Many teenagers smoke, drink and even fight. They often do something dangerous.

          Earlier studies have shown that teenagers are more likely (可能) to make irrational decisions than people from any other age group, including children and adults. Is it that teenagers are too young to tell right from wrong? Not really. So what’s the reason?

           According to Laurence, a teacher from a US university, the reason is that teenagers care a lot about how their peers (同龄人) view them—that is “peer influence”.

           As children enter their teenage years, they spend more time with their friends and classmates, and also they care more about what they think of them. This makes teenagers make decisions without thinking about the costs.

          In a test, a group of teenagers were asked to play a video driving game. When they played with their friends watching around them, they took more chances and drove more carelessly because that would increase their possibility of winning. But when they played alone, they drove more safely.

           Why do peers have such a big influence on teens’ behavior?

           As Laurence sees it, a teenager’s brain is like a car with a good accelerator (油门) but a weak brake (刹车). The “accelerator” is fully developed by teenage years while the “brake” is still not fully developed. When teenagers are watched by their peers, they usually push hard on the accelerator. With their weak brake, it is likely that they are going to end up in an accident.

           But the good news is that a violent (暴力的)teenager doesn’t necessarily become a violent adult. About two-thirds to three-quarters of violent youth grow out of it. “They get more self-controlled.” 

    1. What does the underlined word “irrational” in the 2nd paragraph mean?

    A. Quick.                    B. Crazy.                   C. Careful.                   

    2. Why are teenagers likely to make wrong decisions according to the text? 

       A. They like difficult tasks.

    B. They don’t care about costs.

    C. They care a lot about what their peers think of them.

    3. How does Laurence explain the influence of peer pressure on teens’ behavior?

       A. By comparing it with how a car works.

    B. By comparing it with an accident.

    C. By showing research findings.

    4. What can we learn from the text?

    A. Teenagers are easy to have traffic accidents.

    B. Peer influence is bad on teenagers.

    C. Most of the teenagers become less violent when they grow up.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:11 入库时间:2017-05-02
    来源: 2017年春季学期期中质量检测七年级英语试卷及答案.doc

    Some people learn a foreign language easily. Others may not. How can you help yourself learn English? I think there are two ways to make learning English a little easier and more interesting.

    First, you should build up confidence(自信). If you believe that you can learn, you will learn. When you read or listen to something, you may not be able to understand(理解) it all. Don’t worry. You can use a dictionary to help you. You can ask your teacher or friends to help you. Do not be afraid of making mistakes. You can learn from mistakes.

    Second, practise using English. For example, write a diary in English every day, and you’ll be able to write better. Speak English whenever you can. You may practise with your friends after class. Then you’ll be able to speak better.

    Remember the famous saying, “Practice makes perfect.” The more you practise using English, the better you’ll learn it.

       1What is the main idea of the passage?

                AIt is very important and useful to learn a foreign language.

                BSome people learn a foreign language more easily than others.

                CThere are different ways to help you learn a foreign language more easily.

                DYou should build up confidence before you learn a foreign language.

       2What’s the first way to help you learn English?

                ATry not to make any mistakes.

                BTry not to ask others for help.

                CTry to build up your confidence. 

                DTry to make learning English interesting.

       3What’s the second way to help you learn English?

                APractise using English             BPracise writing English

                CPractise speaking English       DPractise listening English

       4What does the underlined sentence “Practice makes perfect.” mean?

                A.巧妇难为无米之炊。         B.机不可失,时不再来。

                C.熟能生巧。                         D.水滴石穿。

       5What can you do when you meet some new words?

                 AWe can use a dictionary to help us.  

                 BWe can ask our teacher or friends for help.

                CWe need to be very afraid of making mistakes.

                DBoth A and B.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:50 入库时间:2017-01-20
    来源: 丹东市26中2017年中考英语模拟试题及答案.doc

      A jaywalker is a person who usually walks across the road without paying attention to the traffic.

      “I don’t like to be a taxi driver,not only because of its hard work,but also for the reason of too many jaywalkers on the road,and that may cause dangerous accidents.”Drivers always complain(抱怨) like that.These day,a new way is used to solve the problem in Shijiazhuang,and the jaywalkers are now facing another danger of having their pictures shown on screen.

      A new system(系统) using two cameras and a 30 cm-by -20 cm screen is put next to some crossings in the city.People who cross the road on a red light will be caught by the camera,and their pictures will be shown on the screen.At the same time,the system will make a warning sound for people not to continue.

      A primary school students was caught by the camera.He stopped back onto the pavement(人行道)after hearing the sound.”I was in a rush to get to school and saw myself smiling shyly on the screen,”he said.

      The system has been in use for about two weeks.Many people think it’s a good way to stop jaywalking.But there are also different voices.Some think that walkers are now given less time than drivers to cross the road,and time should be adjusted(调整).

      Anyway,it is a good way to solve the problem on the road.And maybe it will spread to more cities soon.

     (   )1.Jaywalkers often______.

            A.drive a car carefully

            B.solve the traffic problems

            C.follow the traffic rules

            D.run the red light

    (   )2.The new system is put______.

            A.at the crossing         B.in the tree

            C.on the building         D.at the park

    (   )3.The______ of the jaywalker is shown on the screen in order to warn

            People.

            A.name      B.sound     C.picture      D.address

    (   )4.The sound will warn the people when they cross the road on______.

            A.a yellow light          B.a red light

            C.a green light           D.the pavement

    (   )5.Because of the system, walkers in Shijiazhuang may_______.

            A.have more time to cross the road

            B.hear the warning more often

            C.follow the traffic rules better

            D.like the pictures on the screen

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:30 入库时间:2017-01-11
    来源: 江苏省常熟市第一中学2016-2017学年八年级10月阶段性考试英语试题及答案 .doc

    Tom and Joseph are best friends. They spent their summer vacation in Africa. When they were walking through the desert(沙漠), they started to argue(争吵) about something. Tom became very angry and slapped(掌击) Joseph in the face.

           Joseph felt hurt, but he didn’t say anything to Tom. Then Joseph wrote in the sand(沙地): “Today my best friend slapped me in the face.”

           They kept on walking until they found a small lake. They decided to have a bath. But when Joseph got in the water, he started to sink(下沉). Tom jumped in after him and pulled him out. His friend saved his life.

           After he became well again, Joseph wrote on a stone: “Today my best friend saved my life.”

           Tom couldn’t understand it. “After I hurt you, you wrote in the sand. Now you write on a stone. Why?” he asked.

           “When someone hurts us, we should write it down in sand, and the wind can take it away.” Joseph answered. “But when someone does something good for us, we must write it in stone so that no wind can ever take it away.”

     (    ) 1. Tom slapped Joseph because ________.

    A. he wanted to play a trick on Joseph

    B. he argued with Joseph and got angry with him

    C. Joseph took him the wrong way in the desert

    D. Joseph played with sand

    (    )2. When they found a nice place, they decided to ________.

    A. buy some sand and stones for their friends 

    B. find something delicious to eat

    C. have a swimming competition

    D. have a rest and wash themselves

    (    )3. The underlined sentence means that we should ________.

    A. let others know we are angry with them

    B. forgive(原谅) others for bad things as time goes by

    C. make sure what we write will always be there

            D.keep important things in sand but not on stone

    (    )4. The most suitable title(题目) of this article may be ________.

                  A. Tom saved Joseph           B. Tom slapped Joseph

           C. A friendship saved in stone     D. Travel in Africa

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2017-01-11
    来源: 胜利一中2016-2017学年第一学期期末考试九年级英语试题及答案.doc

    Escaping () from a fire is a serious matter. Knowing what to do during a fire can save your life. It is important to know the ways you can use and show them to everyone in the family, for example, you can use stairways, roofs and fire escapes, but no lifts. From the lower floors of buildings, to escape through windows is possible. The second floor window is usually not very high from the ground. It is safer to jump a short way than to stay in a burning building. Windows are also useful while you are waiting for help. Be sure to keep the door closed, before opening the window. Otherwise, smoke and fire may be drawn into the room. Keep your head low next to the window to be sure you get fresh air. 

        Here are some tips on how to stay safe in earthquakes. Stay inside and duck and cover. Get under a desk or table, or stand in a corner or under a doorway. Cover your head and neck with your arms. Stay in your seat if in a cinema or a theater. Get below the level of the back of the sea and cover your head and neck with your arms. Try to stay away from kitchens, where there are often many objects that might fall or get hurt.

        It is necessary for all to keep the traffic rules in mind and obey them strictly. When one crosses the street, he should take the crosswalk , underground passage or pedestrian overpass. Keep riding on the right side of the road. When the red light is on, please stop and wait until the green light is on. It is important to let the children know that playing on the road is very dangerous. Helping the aged and children cross the road is always a kind deed. If everyone obeys the traffic rules, it will be much safer to walk or ride on the road.

    (    ) 1. You can try to escape a fire through the following ways except _____________.

           A. fire escapes        B. lifts              C. roofs             D. stairways

    (    ) 2. According to the first passage, windows are _______________.

          A. of no use when a fire breaks out      B. useful in putting out a fire

          C. the only way of escaping from a fire         D. one of the ways of escaping from a fire

    (    ) 3. The main idea of the second paragraph is_____________.

          A. how to protect yourself in an earthquake

          B. covering your head and neck with your arms can protect you in an earthquake.

          C. advice for dangerous situations

          D. how to stay calm in an earthquake

    (  ) 4. The underlined word “duck” in the passage “means______________ .

          A. a water bird with short legs         B. some kind of meat for eating

         C. walk like a duck                   D. lower your head and body very quickly

    (    ) 5. Which is the correct behavior according to the last paragraph?

          A. You’d better play and ride on the road.

    B. When the green light is on, please wait.

          C. When one crosses the street, one must take the crosswalk

    D. You should keep the traffic rules in mind and obey them strictly.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:19 入库时间:2017-01-06
    来源: 满洲里市2016—2017学年度(上)九年级英语期末检测题及答案.doc

     We all see and hear about extraordinary(优秀的) people around us and wonder why we can’t be more like them. It’s not the big things that make someone extraordinary. It’s the small things. They become extraordinary by making a difference in someone’s life. Here are some of the things extraordinary people do every day:

    Praise(表扬)someone. It can make the others feel great about themselves. A compliment can have a positive impact(影响) on their lives. Your team or family will love you for it.

        It’s OK to admit(承认) you were wrong. You will not only gain the respect of your team mates, but you will also gain credibility(信用).

    When you need help, don’t be shy or stop yourself. Everyone needs a little help sometimes. When you ask for help, you receive help. You’re willing to listen; you also need support at times.

    When you don’t understand how something works, let an expert show you. When you let someone teach you something, you are telling the person that you respect his talent, time and what he is talking about.

    Sometimes it is very important to stay silent. Especially when you’re angry, process your emotions, think back to what happened, and then come to a decision about how to deal with it. Before you say anything, consider others’ feeling. Never be rude with words or actions.

    (  ) 1. In the passage, how many points about being an extraordinary person does the   writer refer to?

       A. Five.          B. Six.          C. Seven.           D. Eight.

    (  ) 2. For an extraordinary people, if he makes a mistake, what will he do?

       A. Praise others.     B. Be angry.    C. Admit his mistake.    D. Stay silent.

    (  ) 3. What makes a person become extraordinary?

       A. Do some big and great things.    B. Some small things.

       C. Having a lot of money.           D. To be a famous person.

    (  ) 4. Something unhappy happens, and you have to make a decision. What shouldn’t     you do?

      A. Stay silent.                     B. Process your emotions.

      C. Think back to what happened.   D. Be rude with words or actions.

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

      A. How to process your emotions.            B. How to admit mistakes.

      C. How to become an extraordinary person.D. How to do more small things. 

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:21 入库时间:2016-12-28
    来源: 重庆市第一中学2016届九年级上学期12月月考英语试题及答案.doc

    You want to run across the street to catch the bus which is leaving soon? But wait! You’d better not. If a policeman sees you, you’ll have to pay a fine (罚款). New traffic laws say that if people cross the street when the light is red, they can be fined as much as 50 yuan.

    Traffic accidents killed more than 104,000 people in China last year. Chinese cities have more cars than ever. Drivers and pedestrians must work together to make the streets safer.

    The law has new rules for drivers. Drivers have to slow down when they are close to crosswalks(人行横道). If people are in a crosswalk, cars must stop to let them pass.

    There are other rules for bus drivers, too. If bus drivers smoke, drink or make phone calls while driving, they can be fined. Buses that carry too many people are also against the law.

    Pedestrians will have to walk more safely under the new law. They must cross streets at crosswalks. Also, they shouldn’t climb over the fences along streets.

    Do you bike to school? It’s not a good idea to carry classmates on the back. You could be fined 50 yuan. And stay in the bike way when you’re riding. The big roads are for cars and buses.

    Do you like to ride your uncle’s motorbike? When you put on your helmet(头盔), ask him to put one on, too. People on motorbikes must wear helmets, the new law says. If they don’t, they’ll have to pay 200 yuan.

    Do you ride in cars often? Don’t forget to put on your seat belt, even if you’re going for a short taxi ride. It could save your life.

    If you see a hit-and-run (肇事逃逸), tell the police. They may give you thanks. And don’t be afraid to help to send people to the hospital if they are hurt in an accident. Don’t worry about money. The new law says that doctors must take care of them even if they can’t pay right away.

    (   )1. According to the new traffic laws, run across the street when the light is red, you will    _______.

    Abe in danger                        Bbe fined

    Cstop the traffic                    Dsee a policeman

    (   )2. The word “pedestrians” means___________ in Chinese.

    A.交警        B.行人           C.红绿灯     D.斑马线

    (   )3. When you ride in a car, even if in a taxi, you have to __________.

    Aput on the helmet                Bgo in the bike way

    Cput on the seat belt             Dsee if it carries too many people

    (   )4. You should do all the following EXCEPT _________.

    Acarrying your classmate on the back when you’re riding a bike

    Bphoning the police when you see a hit-and-run

    Chelping people to the hospital if they are hurt in an accident

    Dwearing your helmet while riding a motorbike

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:14 入库时间:2016-12-19
    来源: 九年级英语模拟测试题及答案.doc

    Jack thought himself a basketball fan. He watched quite a lot of American NBA basketball games. Not only did he watch them, he spent much of his free time playing on the court too. Then came the final year of his middle school. All of his regular teammates stopped showing up on the court because they were simply too busy preparing for the high school entrance exam to play. He was, of course, under much stress himself, like everyone else. A good exam result meant a good high school; a mediocre(平庸的)score meant a mediocre school. Much was at stake. However, he loved basketball so much that he still found time to play, this time with a group of guys who were said to have skipped classes(逃课)before.

    Some of his teachers started worrying about him. They asked his mother to go to school to let her know that Jack was hanging out with problem kids. When his mother returned home that day, she wanted to talk to Jack. Knowing the purpose of her visit to the school, Jack thought his mother would punish him for befriending(以朋友方式对待) those bad guys. To his surprise, his mother was not angry with him at all. She wanted to hear her son's side of the story. So Jack told his mother about what he knew of Simon and Peter. Simon's parents were badly ill; Peter's father had lost his job. They both seemed to Jack to be normal kids. Jack's mother thought for a moment, then went on to say that she was OK with her son playing with them and that she and her son should think of ways to help these kids. Soon Jack's mum introduced some part-time jobs to Simon and Peter, which they accepted. She believed in her son and cared about those who were less lucky.

    Jack's basketball friends and he have left for different places, but they still keep in touch. He knows Peter is now a manager of a local bank. Simon is currently a freshman at a university. Sadly, it is impossible to get together to play basketball again, but whenever they get on the phone, they talk about it all the time.

       1. After Jack's mother came home from school, she       .

     A. was angry with him                  B. told him what his teachers had said

     C. asked him to keep away from problem kids  D. was patient enough to listen to her son's words

       2. What does the underlined sentence "Much was at stake " probably mean in the passage?

      A. Jack must be punished by his mother.   B. Jack might not enter a good high school.

     C. Jack might get hurt when playing basketball. D. Jack must be influenced badly by problem kids.

       3. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?

       A. Peter's family are living much better.  B. Simon is now studying at a university.

    C. Jack's mum understood him instead of blaming him.

    D. Jack's teachers wanted his mother to help his friends.

       4. The main idea of the passage is to       .

        A. make friends with problem kids    B. keep in touch with friends all the time

        C. try to understand children and help problem kids

        D. give up hobbies before the high school entrance exam

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:11 入库时间:2016-12-19
    来源: 九年级英语模拟测试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

      请认真阅读下列短文,然后从每小题所给的ABCD选项四个选项中,选出最佳选项。

    What do you do if you're stranded(处于困境的) on a lonely island? Surely you need to find a way to get in touch with the outside world. Your best chance of doing this is to draw the attention of a passing plane.

    Body signals

        Pilots(飞行员) from different countries understand body signals if they have the correct training. When you wave your arms up and down in a straight line, it means "yes". When you point downwards and swing your arm from side to side, it means "no". If you want the pilot to know that it's safe to land, push your hands out in front of you and bend your knees. If you want to say that it's not safe to land, put your arms in the air and move them to one side.

    Smoke signals

    The smoke from a fire can be seen from far away, so it's a good way to draw attention. If the weather is dry, it isn't hard to start a fire. Remember, however, that fires can be very dangerous if they get out of control. Never light a fire unless you're sure that it can't spread. If the ground is dark, light smoke can be seen more easily. Green grass and leaves produce light smoke.

    Ground-to-air signals

    It's a good idea to build some signals, too. Use large pieces of wood to make the symbols. If you can't find any wood, use earth. Some useful symbols are:

    F "I need food and water."

    II "I need medicine."

    I "I am badly hurt."

    X "I am unable to move from here."

    Pilots' replies

        If the pilot lowers the plane's wings from side to side, this means "message received and understood". (At night, the pilot flashes the plane's green lights.) If the pilot flies the plane in a clockwise circle, this means "message received but not understood". (At night, the pilot flashes(闪烁) the plane's red lights.)

    However, there is no signal which means "message not received". Why not?

       1. Which picture means "it's not safe to land"?

       2. What can we learn from the passage?

    A. Swinging your arm from side to side means "yes".

    B. If the ground is dark, light smoke can't be seen.

        C. If you need some medicine, make a symbol "II".

        D. The pilots make replies with a blue light at night.

       3. What is the passage mainly about?

    A. The explanation of building signals on an island.

    B. The importance of making signals on an island.

        C. Ways of sending out signals on a lonely island.

        D. Ways of receiving signals from a lonely island.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:20 入库时间:2016-12-18
    来源: 2015年秋季学期钦州港经济技术开发区中学12月份考试及答案.doc

        The aim (目的) of students who come to school is to study. But studying requires (需要) a right way, or you waste either the time or the money. The following are the ways of studying.

        The best time for reading is morning, because in the morning, the air is fresh and the mind is clear. For that reason, we can get good results (结果).

        In studying we must have patience (耐心). If we have not known a text well, we must read it again. We shouldnt read the next one till we have understood the first one.

        When we are studying, we must put our hearts into the book, or we can get nothing from the book while we are reading.

        We must always ask whys. If it is not well understood, write it down and ask our teachers, parents, or friends. In any possible way, we must know it completely and what weve leaned can be used well and made better.

        Though there are many ways for studying, yet the above mentioned (提到的) will be quite enough if we can keep them in heart and do so.

    1. The passage tells us ______.

    A. the importance of reading

    B. to read in the morning

    C. to pay attention to the ways of studying

    D. to have patience in studying

    2. The passage has taught us ______ ways of studying.

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

    3. Wed better read in the morning because ______.

      A. its easy to remember what we have learned  

    B. the air is fresh and the mind is clear

      C. its difficult to get good results

    D. both A and C

    4. If we cant put our hearts into the book when we read, it is ______.

      A. easy to understand it well                 B. better to get something from it

    C. impossible (不可能)for us to get something from it  D. possible (可能) to learn something from it

    5. In studying we must always ask whys in order to ______.

      A. understand the book well             B. write down the questions

      C. do with the new words               D. get some questions to ask our teachers

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:10 入库时间:2016-12-11
    来源: 初三年级英语阶段性检测试卷及答案.doc

    阅读理解  阅读下面的短文,然后根据短文内容,在每小题所给的四个选项中选出最佳选项。

    Why does the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side!

         That’s an old joke in the west, but it came to my mind again when I saw people crossing the road at the intersection of Shanxi Road and Huaihai Road in Shanghai.

        When the traffic light was red, a group of people were waiting for the light to change. Suddenly one man began rushing to the other side of the road. Soon others followed him at the crossing and more people did the same. Just like chickens, they didn’t mind the honking horns(喇叭声) and kept crossing the road in a mess.

        Every year several thousand people are either killed or hurt on the roads in Shanghai. And at least one third of them were jaywalking(乱穿马路). Jaywalking is very common in Shanghai. It seems that jaywalkers are not afraid of the danger to themselves.

        Traffic laws are to keep people safe. So we should obey them, and have good road-crossing habits. When someone starts to jaywalk, we should stop him, and never follow him. That way we can avoid the traffic accidents.

    (    )1. The underlined word “intersection” here probably means “        ”.

           A. road                B. bridge                 C. crossing         D. traffic

    (    ) 2. The writer saw people      in Shanghai that day.

    A. crossing the road in a mess

    B. waiting for the green light patiently

    C. crossing the road with chickens

    D. hurting each other in the street

    (    ) 3. How does the writer like what he saw in Shanghai that day?

    A. He thinks it’s OK.                              B. He thinks it’s wrong.

    C. He has no idea of it.                            D. He doesn’t mention it

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:47 入库时间:2016-09-10
    来源: 河南省郑州市回民中学2016年九年级下期第三次质量预测试题及答案.doc

    There are many things we need to know that we do not learn at school. For example, if we want to use money wisely, we need to shop carefully. We need to know how to compare the prices of things in different shops. We need to be able to compare the quality of different brands(品牌)when we shop.

    Knowing how to make such choices is a “life skill”, and we need these skills if we are to live useful and happy lives.

    Some of these choices are small. For example, will I take an apple for lunch or a pear? Will I go to school by bus or on foot? Will I wear the red T-shirt or the blue one to the movies? Other choices are more important. For example, will I eat healthy food for lunch or will I eat junk food because it is tastier? Will I work hard in all my classes or will I only work hard in the classes I enjoy? We make choices like this every day.

    We have to realize that the choices we make can affect the rest of our lives. Just as importantly, our choices can also affect other people. The next time you decide to waste time in class, play a joke on someone or talk loudly at the movies, think about this: Who else does your choice affect?

    根据材料内容,选择最佳答案, 将其标号填入题前括号内。

       1.The main idea of this passage is ______.

    A. it’s important to make the right choices   

    B. it’s important to know how to compare prices

    C. it’s important to know how to shop carefully 

    D. we learn everything we need to know at school

       2.We need “life skills” _________according to the passage.

    A. to know how to shop carefully       B. to compare brands and prices

    C. to live useful and happy lives        D. to learn things at school

       3.According to this passage, we make choices _______.

          Amost days      Bsome days        Cone a day       Devery day

       4.Which of the following choice is more important than the others?

    AWhich fruit to take for lunch.           BWhich subjects to work hard at

    CWhich T-shirt to wear to the movies.     DHow to get to school.

       5.From the passage we know that your choices affect ______.

    Ayou and your parents        Byou and other people

    Clots of other people         Deverybody except you

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:39 入库时间:2016-08-15
    来源: 2016年八年级英语Module 4检测题答案.doc

    A school bus is a kind of bus designed (设计) for student transport: carrying children and teenagers to and from school. So safety(安全) is very important. We should have the same logo (标志) on the school bus and color it yellow so that people can see it far away. People design everything on the bus to keep the students safe, such as, we can push the windows easily, the computer can ask the student to wear the seatbelt when the student sits on the seat. There is at least one teacher to look after the students on the bus. When the students get on or get off the bus, the driver should use the traffic lights to tell other cars, then the other cars can wait until the students are safe. When a school bus is on the way, we can know where it is and what happens to it on the computer.

    In a word, we must find ways to make sure the traffic safety is first.

    1. When we design a school bus, ____ is first.

    A. beauty           B. safety                       C. color             D. logo

    2. The color of the school bus is _____, so people can see it far away.

      A. red               B. green                        C. white             D. yellow

    3. What does the underlined word seatbelt mean?

      A.安全带           B.腰带                         C.安全服           D.领带

    4. How many teachers are there on the bus?

      A. None.           B. Only one.               C. At least one.   D. More than one.

    5. What is the passage mainly about?

    A. A school bus.  B. A computer on a bus.  C. A bus design.  D. The traffic safety.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:27 入库时间:2016-07-29
    来源: 重庆市西南师大附中2016届九年级上学期期中考试题及答案.doc

     Being safe in your everyday life needs knowledge. If you remember the following informationyour life will be much safer.

      ● Always notice the environment around you. You shouldn’t walk alone outside late at night. Make sure where the public phones are. If anything dangerous happensyou can find them easily.

      ●Your bag should be carried towards the front of your body instead of putting it on your backWhen a bus is full of peopleit is easy enough for a thief to take away the things in the bag on your back.

    ●If you are followed by someone you don’t know, cross the street and go to the other way, let the person understand that you know he or she is after you. Nextdon’t go home at once. You are safer in the street than you are alone in your home or in a lift.

      ●If you have to take a bus to a place far away, try to get to the stop a few minutes earlier before the bus leaves. This stops other people from studying you. On the busdon’t sit alone. Sit behind the driver or other people. Don’t sleep.

    1.Which of the following is NOT safe when you are out?

    A. Go home alone late at night.

    B. Make sure where the public phones are.

    C. Don’t get to the bus stop too early. 

    D. Always notice the environment around you.

    2.When you are followed by someone on your way homeyou should ____ to make yourself safe.

    A. run home

    B. find a lift and go in

    C. turn back and walk towards him or her at once

    D. cross the street and go to the other way.

    3.When you take a bus aloneit’s safe for you______

    A. to sit behind the driver or with other peoplebut not to sleep 

    B. to talk with the driver

    C. to call your friends

    D. to get off the bus at once

    4.What can you learn from the passage?

    A. How to notice the environment around you 

    B. How to be safe in your everyday life

    C. How to cross the street

    D. How to use the public phones

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:37 入库时间:2016-07-20
    来源: 2016九年级英语上Unit 3测试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    Last week, 169 Junior 1 students at No. 35 Middle School of Shenyang took their first no-teacher exam. After the teacher handed out the exam paper, he left the room and never came back. A student collected in the papers when the exam ended.

    "That test was not only a test of knowledge, but also a test of moral (道德). We wanted to show students how important honesty (诚实) is," said the school's headmaster. The school says no cheating (作弊)happened in the test. Next year, it wants 80% of its exams to be without teachers. But students have different ideas.

    "I was happy and excited during the exam because my teachers trusted (信任) me," said Lang Yudan, a 13-year-old girl in Class 11.

    "Schools must trust students a lot not to use invigilators (监考人). But I think it is too early. Some students will cheat if there are no invigilators. And the students will not be able to ask for help when needed,” said Hua Sha.

    "I don' t like having invigilators in exams. When they walk around the classroom, they make me nervous. I would get higher marks without them in the room because I would feel more relaxed," Liu Qingxi said.

    "I think it's very important to have invigilators in exams. Many students want to check their answers with each other after they have finished papers. And they can also keep the classroom in order when something unusual happens. They may make me nervous, but I still think we need them," Shangguan Yuan said.

    Not using invigilators may be a good idea. But before using it, schools must tell students the importance of honesty and try to find ways to solve something unusual in exams.

    (   ) 1. The passage mainly (主要地) talks about ______________.

    A. how to pass an exam            B. how to make students honest

    C. whether there is cheating in exams   D. whether invigilators are needed in exams

    (  )2. No. 35 Middle School of Shenyang held a no-teacher exam to _________.

    A. let the students have a good rest   B. teach the students in a better way

    C. help all the students pass the exam  D. find whether the students were honest

    (   ) 3 From what the students have said, we know _____________

    A. invigilators really help them a lot    B. all of them think it is a good idea

    C. something unusual never happens in exams

    D. not all of them agree with the headmaster

    (   )4. In the sentence "And they can also keep the classroom in order when something unusual happens" "they" refers to ()_____________.

    A. students        B. headmasters      C. invigilators      D. schools

    (   )5. Do  you think it’s a good idea to have no-teacher exams at your class?Why?

    ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:22 入库时间:2016-06-20
    来源: 2016年浙江省初中毕业升学考试(嘉兴卷)英语试题及答案.doc

    Luca Gramberini has been scuba diving since he was a kid. His family owns a scuba company. For the past three summers, Luca has added gardening to his underwater activities. He helps run Nemo’s Garden, a project to grow plants in the sea.

    From May through September, Luca and other divers are working on Nemo’s Garden in the Mediterranean Sea, 150 feet from the coast of Noli, Italy. Five large balloon-like objects, called biospheres(生物圈), hold plants such as beans and strawberries. The biospheres are filled with air and placed 20 feet below the surface. “My father came up with the idea because he loves gardening very much,” Luca said.

    According to Luca, the sea is a good place to grow plants because underwater temperatures remain stable, changing little from day to night. The biospheres act like greenhouses. Inside the air-filled biospheres, fresh water keeps evaporating(蒸发), providing the plants with a good environment to grow in. “We have already seen the plants, grow faster and better,” Luca says. “And there are fewer storms that can knock down the biospheres during the summer.”

    Luca hopes Nemo’s Garden will provide a new way of growing crops. “There is not enough land on the Earth,” he says. “And in many developing countries, bad conditions make it difficult for crops to grow.”

    Though the project has just started, Nemo’s Garden has achieved success and is moving to different areas. “We’re going to try growing other plants.” Luca says. “We hope to set up biospheres in other countries. There are many possibilities.”

    1. Nemo’s Garden is a project to ______.

       A. do scuba diving in the sea          B. stop storms in the sea

       C. make fresh water from the sea       D. grow plants under the water

    2. The underlined word “stable” in paragraph 3 means ______ I Chinese.

       A. 平衡的     B. 正常的    C. 稳定的    D. 合适的

    3. The passage is probably taken from the _______ part of a newspaper.

       A. travel       B. science     C. health      D. sports

    4. The best title for this passage is _______.

       A. Gardens in the sea                B. Projects for summer activities

    C. Plants in greenhouses                D. Conditions for crop growing

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:21 入库时间:2016-06-20
    来源: 2016年绍兴市初中毕业生学业考试英语试题及答案.doc

    According to a recent study, there are about 70,000 blind children in Indonesia. Among them, 60 percent were not born blind. Iyehezkiel Parudani is one of them, who lost his eyesight by accident at age six. He now teaches English to blind students at the Pajajaran Special SchooL Iyehezkiel Parudani says learning English can help blind people feel better about themselves. "By learning English, they can be an English teacher, a translator, and a tour guide. " Students read using Braille (盲文). To write, they use special tools, too. 

    Iyehezkiel Parudani says blind people should not let their physical disability influence their dreams. In 2008 , he got a chance to study at the University of Texas. Two years later, he got a master's degree in course development there.

    "In the US, if I go to the university to study, everything is available - like e-books, Braille books. Here in Indonesia, you know, it’s difficult to find a reference book in e-book or in Braille.  We have to make it ourselves. In the US, I can move wherever I want because everything designed is really accessible for people with blindness. "

     Eha Lestari, one of his star students, says learning English has changed her life. She has already traveled to the US with the help of an Indonesia-U. S.  program. "I study English because I love English very much. I want to be a translator because I want to go to the other countries and then I want to meet some people from around the world. "

     Like her classmates, Eha loves to sing. Here, music is part of daily life. Even the students who do not study English can sing some American pop songs, such as Stand By Me , "Stand by me. Please stand, stand by me. Stand by me.... "

     Iyehezkiel Parudani says the song has special meaning to the students. "In our life, we need other persons. You have to stand by me. Without you standing by me, I'm meaningless. "

     1. According to what Iyehezkiel says, learning English can help blind students to ______ .

          A. have more chances to get jobs             B. visit English-speaking countries

          C. get a master's degree easily              D. read Braille books quickly

     2. The underlined word "accessible" in the third paragraph might mean ______ .

          A. fun to use                             B. easy to reach

          C. hard to break                          D. safe to choose

     3. From the last two paragraphs, we can infer (推断) that the students  ______ .

          A. sang songs side by side                  B. achieved their dreams

         C. had a meaningless life                    D. needed help from others

    4. The best title for the passage may be ______ .

         A. A Blind Girl Learning English           B. Blind Children Singing Songs

         C. A Blind Man Teaching English           D. Blind Teachers Living by Me

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:21 入库时间:2016-06-13
    来源: 2016九年级仁爱英语(上)英语期末综合练习(二)及答案.doc

    Hong Kong has about forty public beaches. Some of the beaches are among the best in the world. People can go there for a swim. You can go to most of them by bus. To go to some beaches you must take a boat. There are toilets, changing rooms and places to buy food and drink on most of the beaches.

    You will swim there without danger if you remember these instructions:

    1. Never swim alone.

    2. Never swim after a meal or when you feel hungry or tired.

    3. Do not stay in the water too long.

    4. Never get out of a boat if you cannot swim.

    Remember: A red flag means that it is dangerous for anybody to go into the water. A blue flag means that it is dangerous for children.

    (      )1. There are ______ public beaches in Hong Kong.

    A. forty                 B. less than forty    

    C. more than forty       D. a little more or less than forty

    (      )2. We can reach ______ by bus.

    A. all the public beaches        B. any public beaches

    C. only a few public beaches     D. all the public beaches except some

    (      )3. When you see a blue flag, you know that ______ there.

    A. women should not swim         B. children should not swim

    C. nobody should swim            D. anybody can swim

    (      )4. Which of the following is true according t this passage? ______.

    A. You can always swim when you see a red flag

    B. You should not swim with other people

    C. You should not swim after lunch

    D. You can’t swim for a short time

    (      )5. This passage mainly tells us ______.

    A. something about Hong Kong’s beaches and swimming there

    B. that swimming in Hong Kong is dangerous

    C. that Hong Kong has many best beaches in the world

    D. it is not easy to go swimming in Hong Kong

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类
  • 难度: 使用次数:37 入库时间:2016-06-06
    来源: 2016初三第二次模拟考试英语试题及答案.doc

    Even kids know that we should wait for the traffic light to turn green before crossing a road, but not everybody follows this basic rule.

        “Chinese style road crossing” has become a hot expression recently. Chinese people “cross roads without thinking about traffic lights, so long as(只要)they are part of a crowd”, said a post on Sina Weibo.

      A CCTV news program showed that in only an hour, more than 600 people jumped red lights when crossing a road at a crossing in Shijiazhuang, Hebei.

      Many people say that they jaywalk(乱闯马路)because the red light lasts too long. Such an opinion is supported by a research team at Tongji University. The team did research on people’s waiting times at different road crossings from 2008 to 2010. They found that Chinese people would wait for 70 to 90 seconds before they lost their patience. “People are likely to ignore(忽视) the light when the waiting time is longer than they can stand,” said Ni Ying, a member of the research team.

    However, a survey on Sina Weibo suggested that half of the respondents(调查对象)believe that people jaywalk mainly because they disregard(忽视)rules.“I always obey traffic rules. Time is important but safety should come first,” wrote “Qixiaoe” on Weibo.

     Many countries give out punishments to jaywalkers. In Singapore, the maximum(最大量) can be three months in prison. Some Chinese cities have started taking some actions, too. For example, the first three people in a jaywalking group will be fined 50 yuan in Shijiazhuang.

     But calling on people to respect rules is more important. To completely solve the problem, everyone should realize the importance of obeying the traffic rules.       

    1. Which of the following is the “Chinese style road crossing”? 

    A. To wait for the traffic light to turn green.              B. To cross a road slowly.     

    C. To cross roads without looking at traffic lights.      D. To follow the basic traffic lights.

    2. What does the phrase “the team” in Paragraph 4 refer to (指的是)?

    A. A CCTV news program.                   B. A research group at Tongji University. 

    C. A post on Sina Weibo.                    D. A daily newspaper.

    3. How long will Chinese people wait to cross the road before they lose patience?

        A. Less than one minute.                           B. About five minutes.   

        C. Less than one and a half minutes.                D. More than ten minutes.

    4. Why do people jaywalk according to the survey on Sina Weibo?

    A. Because there are too many people on the road.  

    B. Because the red light lasts too long. 

    C. Because people don’t pay much attention to rules. 

    D. Because people have less patience.

    5. The writer suggests that we should________ to solve the problem of jaywalking.

    A. punish the jaywalkers            B. disregard the traffic rules

    C. reduce the time of red lights    D. call on people to obey the traffic lights

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:教育类