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  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2017-11-11
    来源: 九中九年级英语单元练习及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    Several years ago, a television reporter was interviewing three of the most important people from local businesses. One was a very rich banker, another owned one of the largest companies in the world, and the third owned many buildings in the center of New York.

      The reporter was talking to them about being important.

      “How do we know if someone is really important? the reporter asked the banker.

      The banker thought for a few moments and then said, I think anybody who is invited to the White House to meet the President is really important.

      The reporter then turned to the owner of the very large company. Do you agree with that? she asked.

      The man shook his head, No. I think the President invites a lot of people to the White House. Youd only be important if while you were visiting the President, there was a telephone call from the president of another country, and the President said he was too busy to answer it.

      The reporter turned to the third man. Do you think so?

      “No, I dont. he said. I dont think that makes the visitor important. That makes the President important.

      “Then what would make the visitor important? the reporter and the other two men asked.

      “Oh, I think if the visitor to the White House was talking to the President and the phone rang, and the President picked up the receiver, listened and then said, its for you.’”

    (    ) 1. There are________in this passage.

        A. three men           B. three women and one man 

    C. four men              D. three men and one woman

    (    ) 2. The banker and the owner of one of the largest companies in the world ________.

      A. had similar opinions about the reporters question  B. disagreed with each other   

      C. had been invited to the White House many times         D. didnt reply to the reporter 

    (    ) 3. The underlined word you in the last paragraph refers to (指的是) ________.

           A. the television reporter                B. the owner of many buildings

    C. the President                    D. the visitor to the White Hous

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:21 入库时间:2017-11-10
    来源: 福州13中学2018年九年级上学期英语期中试卷及答案.doc

     阅读理解 阅读下面四篇材料, 从每题所给的ABCD四个选项,选出最佳选项。

    On May 23, Shenzhen introduced tough new rules in order to discourage the “Chinese style of crossing the road”. “Chinese people cross roads without thinking about traffic lights, so long as 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 in Shijiazhuang, Hebei.
        Many people say that they jaywalk (
    乱穿马路) 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 for three years. 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 bear,” said Ni Ying, a member of the research team.
        However, a survey on Sina Weibo suggested that people jaywalk mainly because they ignore rules. “I always obey traffic rules. Time is important but safety should come first,” someone wrote on his Weibo. 
        Many countries give out punishments to jaywalkers. In Singapore, the maximum 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 cross a road slowly.
       B. To follow the basic traffic rules.
       C. To wait for the traffic light to turn green.
       D. To cross roads without looking at traffic lights.
    2. What does the phrase “the team” in Paragraph 3 refer to?
       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 for to cross the road before they lose patience?
       A. About five minutes.                    B. Less than one minute.
       C. Less than one and a half minutes.       D. More than ten minutes.
    4. Why do people jaywalk according to the survey on SinaWeibo?
       A. Because people don’t pay much attention to rules.
       B. Because there are too many people on the road.
       C. Because the red light lasts too long.
       D. Because people have less patience.
    5. The writer suggests that we should __________ to solve the problem of jaywalking.
       A. punish the jaywalkers       B. reduce (
    减少) the time of red lights
       C. ignore the traffic rules       D. call on people to obey the traffic rules

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-10-07
    来源: 2017外研版必修Module 3练习题及答案.doc

    What a father had done now has been redone by his son. US video game magnate(大亨) Richard Garriott headed into space aboard a Russian rocket watched by his father, a NASA astronaut who went into space at the height of the Cold War.

    The Russian Soyuz TMA­13 spacecraft lifted off in clear weather from the Baikonur Cosmodrome on the Kazakh steppe(大草原)  just after 1 pm local time.

    A video game developer from Texas, Garriott paid $ 30 million to fly into space alongside US astronaut Michael Fincke and Russian cosmonaut Yury Lonchakov.

    Garriott's father, Owen, watched the launch through telescopes on an observation platform and Garriott's girlfriend, Kelly Miller, burst into tears. I am very happy for him. It is one of the things he really wanted to do,” Miller said as others opened  champagne to celebrate the successful launch.

     “I can see he is really enjoying it like a little kid in the candy shop , ”  Miller said.

      Space officials said the Soyuz rocket had reached orbit (轨道)  safely  and  would  dock  with  the International Space Station (ISS) in about two days.

    He made it; he made it into orbit. It is marvelous,” said Owen Garriott, a physicist who was selected as an astronaut by NASA for his scientific background. He spent 60 days in space in 1973 and another 10 days in 1983.

         After 12 days in space Garriott will return to earth with the ISS's former crew on Soyuz ,  a three­person re­entry capsule(返回舱) which has broken down on its last two flights back to earth.

    1. Who are the passengers except Richard Garriott in the spacecraft?

    Owen Garriott ②Michael Fincke

    Yury Lonchakov ④Kelly Miller

    A.①②        B.②③

    C.③④  D.①④

    2. What was the reason for Richard Garriott's space travel?

    A. His father used to be an excellent astronaut.

    B. He planned to explore a game about the space.

    C. He wanted to make his dream come true.

    D. He got too much expectation from his father.

    3. Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word  “dock” ?

    A. join together  B. fly together

    C. explore together  D. run together

    4. Which of the following about the Soyuz spacecraft is TRUE?

    A. It has been launched into space with Richard Garriott successfully.

    B. Owen Garriott once was brought into the space by this spacecraft.

    C. The Soyuz re­entry capsule has not made a mistake until this flight.

    D. Garriott made a second attempt to fly back to earth on Soyuz.

    5. In which part of the newspaper will you probably find this passage?

    A. Travel.  B. Education.

    C. Science.  D. Business.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2017-09-11
    来源: 广东省广州市南沙区2017年初三英语综合测试(一)及答案.doc

       CBC is a well-known air company which has over twenty planes flying along 12 fixed lines all over the world. Its service is very good but some passengers are still not satisfied with it and that is why in 2007 and 2008 the company received letters of complaints from consumers or passengers who pointed out over a dozen kinds of problems which are divided in groups in the following table. Those about passengers’ things that are carried by the plane are baggage problems. Customers service refers to service work with passengers are not satisfied with. Oversales of seats are about the fact that more seats are sold and as a result the plane is too crowded to be safe. Refund problems appear when passengers fail to receive the money that should be paid back to them because of what they have lost. Fares are problems about the price of tickets.

    Consumer Complaints Received by the CBC

    Category

    2007

    2008

    Flight problems

    20%

    22.1%

    Baggage

    18.3%

    21.8%

    Customer service

    3.1%

    11.3%

    Oversales of seats

    10.5%

    11.8%

    Refund problem

    10.1%

    8.1%

    Fares

    6.4%

    6.0%

    Reservation & Ticketing

    5.8%

    5.6%

    Tours

    3.3%

    2.3%

    Smoking

    3.2%

    2.9%

    Advertising

    1.2%

    1.01%

    Credit

    1.0%

    0.8%

    Special passengers

    0.9%

    0.9%

    Others

    6.0%

    5.3%

    Total Number of complaints

    3,001

    2,000

    1. About how many complaints about Credit were received by the CBC in 2007?

       A. 28.              B. 29.             C. 30.             D. 31.

    2. What does the underlined word “passengers” mean?

       A. 机长            B. 空姐           C. 飞行员         D.乘客

    3. Which graph shows a white part that is about Flight problems and baggage problems in 2007 together?

       A. B.  C.D.

    4. From the passage we can know that _______.

       A. Customers are quite satisfied with CBC.

       B. Sometimes CBC sells more tickets than its plane’s fixed seats.

       C. CBC has more than twenty planes which fly to all the capital cities of the world.

       D. Customers can only buy tickets with ready money.

    5. This passage is a/ an ___________.

       A. advertisement     B. newspaper report       C. story        D. science diary

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:30 入库时间:2017-07-17
    来源: 2016~2017学年度下学期期末教学质量初二英语检测试题及答案.doc

    Here is a report from Xinghua Daily Newspaper. Computer games are very popular not only with the young people but also the adults. In some ways, they will take the place of (代替) the traditional games such as cards, chess and so on, because you only need a computer to play computer games. But in the past, if a man wanted to play chess, he must look for another one. In fact, computer games themselves are so interesting and exciting for us that the games can bring you happiness and excitement. They have been used in too many places such as schools, business, hospitals and so on.

    Now there are many educational games for the students. They are helpful to the students. They can make the students learn more and better by changing the study ways. When the students play the educational games, they use their brains (大脑), eyes, ears and hands. The students will be active (积极的) to get knowledge while playing. But now the students shouldn’t spend too much time on the computer games. Otherwise (另外), it may affect their study.

    We have gone into the computer age. And learning too much knowledge through the computer is becoming true.

    根据短文内容,选择最佳答案。

    1. What is the report from?

    A. TV.         B. Radio.             C. Magazine.         D. Newspaper.

    2. Who likes computer games?

    A. Only the young.                                  B. Only the adults.

    C. Both the young and the adults.               D. Nobody.

    3. What’s the Chinese meaning of “affect”?

    A. 有利                       B. 改善                              C. 影响                       D. 处理

    4. In some ways, will computer games take the place of the traditional games according to the report?

    A. Yes, they will.                                       B. No, they won’t.

    C. They won’t.                                         D. Sorry, we don’t know.

    5. Which is TRUE about the computer games according to the passage?

    A. The computer games aren’t interesting.

    B. The computer games can’t bring you happiness.

    C. When the students play the educational games, they only use their brains.

    D. Students shouldn’t spend too much time on computer games.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:18 入库时间:2017-06-28
    来源: 福建省2017年初中毕业和高中阶段学校招生考试英语试题及答案.doc

    On May 52017, China’s home-made passenger aircraft (飞机)G919 completed its 90-minute first flight and landed safely back at Pudong Airport in Shanghai.

    G919 is developed by COMAC, a Chinese aircraft company. It is designed to compete with Boeing 737 and Airbus A320. The first C919 aircraft can carry 168 passengers and is able to fly a distance between 4,075 and 5555 kilometers. Its reported that a C919 costs around 50 million dollarsless than half of a Boeing 737 or an Airbus A320. Up to now, more than 570 aircrafts have been ordered from 23 customersmostly Chinesebut also American and Thai companies or airlines. COMAG aims to take one fifth of the world’s narrow-body aircraft market and one third of the Chinese market by 2035.

    The name G919 has its special meanings. The letter C stands for both “COMAC"“China”. The number 9 is pronounced as jiu in Chinese, which means “forever”. And the number 19 refers to its capacity (容量)of 190 passengers.

    The large passenger aircraft is praised as “ the flower of modern industry ”. It is a symbol of the nation’s industrial and technological standards as well as the comprehensive (综合的)power. In order to realize the century dream of flying in the sky and the strategy (战略)of the nation, COMAC bears the nation’s dream and people’s trust. China considers it as a national pride.

    1. G919 is produced by________.

    A. Boeing        B. a Thai aircraft company

    G. Airbus         D. a Chinese aircraft company

    2. Which of the following is TRUE about the first C919 aircraft?

    A. It can carry 190 passengers at most.     B. It can only fly a distance of 4,075 km.

    G. It costs less than half of a Boeing 737.   D. It costs more than half of an Airbus A320.

    3. Which picture shows COMACs aim to take the narrow-body aircraft market by 2035?

    4. The letter C in C919 stands for______.

    A. “company”          B. both “COMAC” and “China”

    C. “customer”           D. both “cost” and “capacity”

    5. The news report is written mainly to ___________.

    A. introduce the design of C919

    B. describe the first flight of C919

    C. explain “the flower of modern industry”

    D. show China’s achievements in aircraft industry

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-06-15
    来源: 2017年初三英语教学质量测试题5及答案.doc

    阅读理解

        阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项。

    Here are three pieces of news from some newspapers of 2007.

    China's astronaut will walk in space in 2008

    China's next spacecraft,  Shenzhou 7,  will take three astronauts for a five-day travel in space and one of them will carry out( 进行) China's first spacewalk task in 2008. It has not been decided how long the walk will be. We believe China will make more improvement in spaceflight in the future!

    Chinese parade promotes 2008 Olympics

    Nearly 600 performers from Beijing had a large parade for about two hours in Hollywood to show traditional (传统的) Chinese culture( 文化) to the American public and promote(推动) the 29th Summer Olympics,  which will be held in Beijing next year.

    Beijing stops selling lottery tickets to teenagers

    Now lottery tickets(彩票) in Beijing can't be sold to anyone under 18 years old. The lottery sales are required to put up signs to warn the young—it is illegal (不合法的) for them to buy lottery tickets. It's China's first effort to stop the teenagers from gambling( 赌博).

    (      )1. The astronauts of Shenzhou 7 will stay in space for_________.

    A. 2 hours        B. 3 hours          C. 5 days            D. 7 days

    (      )2. Where did the performers have a large parade?

    A. In Beijing.       B. In Hollywood.    C. In Shanghai.      D. In Shenzhen.

    (      )3. According to the above news,  what will happen in Beijing in 2008 ?

    A. The 29th Summer Olympics will be held.

    B. There will be a parade about traditional Chinese culture.

    C. Shenzhou 7 will be sent up.

    D. China will make its first effort to stop the teenagers under 18 buying lottery tickets.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:11 入库时间:2017-05-27
    来源: 2016-2017学年度第二学期5月份质量检测八年级英语试题及答案.doc

    Last yearsome groups of students in their community made a survey about “How do people spend their free time?” The following diagrams show some results of it

    Diagram1):Hours for people of different ages who surf the Internet in a week.

    Diagram2):Different days people go to the library.(library attendance.

      

    Diagram3):Different programs people like

      

    (    ) 1People aged ______ spend the most time surfing the Internet every week

    A716          B17—30            C31—-55          Dover 56

    (    )2. How many people go to the library on Saturdays?

    A. About 20%.  B. About 40%.  C. Over 60%.  D. More than 80%.

    (    )3. Which of the following is TRUE according to the diagrams?

    A. The fewest people like watching music programs.

    B. Sports are the most people’s favorite programs.

    C. People seldom go to the library on weekdays.

    D. Half of the people like watching news and cartoons.

    (    )4. The three diagrams show us the results of a survey about          .

    A. what people do every day         B. people’s different habits

    C. people’s different lifestyles   D. how people spend their free time

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2017-05-05
    来源: 2016-2017学年第二学期期中统一测试初一英语试卷及答案.doc

        A new study warns that about 30% of the world people may not have enough water by the year 2025.

        A private American organization called Population Action International (PAI) did the new study. It says more than three hundred and thirty-five million people lack (缺乏) enough water now. These people live in twenty-eight countries. Most of the countries are in Africa or the Middle East.

        PAI researchers Robert Engelman says by the year 2025, about three thousand million people may face water problems. At least 18 more countries are expected to lack enough water. The need for water keeps increasing. Yet the amount(数量) of water on the earth stays the same. The report says lack of water in the future may cause several problems. It may increase health problems. Lack of water often means drinking water is not safe. Mr. Engelman says there are problems all over the world because of diseases, such as cholera, which are carried in water. Lack of water may also lead to more international conflict(冲突). Countries may have to fight for water in the future. Some countries now get sixty percent of their water from other countries. This is true of Egypt, the Netherlands, Cambodia, Syria, Sudan, and Iraq. And the report says lack of water would influence the ability to improve their economies(经济). This is because new industries often need a great amount of water when they are beginning.The Population Action International study gives several solutions to the water problem. One way, it says, is to find ways to use water for more than one purpose. Another way is to teach people to be careful not to waste water. A third way is to use less water for agriculture.The report also says a long-term solution to the water problem is to control population growth. It says countries cannot provide clean water unless they slow population growth by limiting the number of children people have.

    (   ) 1. Which of the following problems is NOT true according to the passage?

         A. It may bring about a lot of health problems.

         B. It may cause more international conflict.

         C. It may lead to the improvement of new industries.

         D. It may influence the development of economies.

    (   ) 2. What is the way to solve the water problem in the long term?

         A. To use water in different ways.         B. To realize the water problem.

         C. To reduce water for farming.           D. To limit the birth of children

    (   ) 3. Which of the following shows the structure(结构) of the passage?

         A.①②③④⑤⑥                  B.①②③⑤⑥

         C.①②③④                  D.①②③

    (   ) 4. After reading the passage, many people will probably       .

         A. begin to fight for water               B. try to find ways to save water

    C. increase the amount of water               D. move house to the Middle East

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:35 入库时间:2017-02-25
    来源: 2016—2017学年度第二学期九年级英语中考模拟题及答案.doc

    This report shows something of home computers used by a group of young people . It is a common idea that children today know about computers and have a good knowledge of using them in all sides of their lives .

    We decided to try to find out whether this was true .

    We asked thirty young people between 14 and 18 . All the children said they had computers at home . We asked them how much time they usually spent on their computers in a week , but we were most interested in what they used their computers for.

    The average time spent on a computer in a week was 12 hours , with the highest user about 30 hours and the lowest user only 5 hours . There were no differences between boys and girls .

    All the children said they usually used their computers to play games . Fourteen told us they did some word-processing(文字处理)at home , but not very much . Only three of them said that computers helped them with their studies , and nine people told us that they kept addresses and telephone numbers on their computers , or used them as diaries . Only four people said that they were learning to make programmes , and nobody looked up date-bases(数据库)(other than their address list. None of the people used their computers for any other use . The diagram(图表)below gives all the results one by one .

    HOME COMPUTER USE

    COMPUTER  USE

    The results show that computer use is quite high among 1418 years old children . They also show quite clearly that computers are used by most young people as little more than game machines . The only other great uses are for word-processing and keeping address lists . It seems to us that , though computers are common in the homes of young people , they have not yet

    become useful in everyday life .

    1. In the last paragraph the underlined words “ little more than ” means        .

    A. almost the same as  B. less than  C. a little more than   D. different from

    2. In the diagram , the letter “ d ” shows        .

    A. only two children spent 30 hours on their computers a day

    B. three children spent about 12 hours on their computers in a week

    C. the number of children who spent the least time on their computers in a week

    D. the number of children who spent their time learning to make programmes

    3. From this passage we can also find that       .

    A. boys spent more time on their computers than girls did

    B. girls spent more time on their computers than boys did

    C. 12 hours on computers in a week is the average time for the observed children

    D. one of the children spent over 30 hours on his computer in a week

    4. According to the diagram , which one of the following statements is right ?

    A. The number which “ b ” stands for should be 14 .

    B. Put all the numbers from “ b ” to “ e ”together , and the number should just be 30 .

    C. The number which “ c ” stands for should be below line 5 .

    D. The number which “ f ” stands for should be 0 .

    5. According to this report ,         .

    A. only children aged from 14 to 18 use their computers at home

    B. people should do more to help children know what their computers are mainly used for

    C. children should not play computer games

    D. children can’t do their lessons with the help of their computers

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:19 入库时间:2017-02-11
    来源: 江西2017届九年级英语会考及答案.doc

    In December2009Runner-up for the person of the Year 2009 has come out! The Chinese Workeras the only one groupgot the second placeaccording to the famous newspaper “Time”of the US

    In China they have a word for itBaoba means “protect eight”the 8% annual economic growth rate is very important to keep the social stability.(社会维稳) A year agomany people thought making such a figure(数字)come true in 2009 was a day dreamBut China had done itthanks to the Chinese workers great contributionAnd this year it remains the world’s fastest-growing major economyWho managed to do it? Above allthe tens of millions of workers who have left their homesand often their familiesto find work in the factories of China’s booming coastal cities—in plants like the Shenzhen Guangke Technology Co’sjust outside Hong KongNear the factory we found the people who are leading the world to economic recoverythough the condition around the factory is filled with snack standscheap clothing stallsand dirty dragging cartsWe still can see Chinese workerstheir struggles in the pasttheir thoughts on the present and their eyes on the futureThey really play important roles in Chinese economic development

        1The best title for the passage is _______?

    AThe Chinese Worker               BThe Great Worker

    CThe famous newspaper “Time”      DProtect eight

        2The reason for the second place is because of _______

    Atheir great contribution to the world’s economy 

    Btheir great contribution to China’s economy

    Ctheir hard work to their families

    Dtheir leaving their homes 

        3What is the most important thing to keep the social stability_______

    Athe safety                                  Bthe harmonies

    Cthe economic growth rate                  Dwe don’t know

        4What does the underlined word “booming” really mean in the passage?

    Adeveloping rapidly           Bbeautiful    Cfast-growing    Dfashionable

        5From the passage we can infer(推断)____

    Athe workers’ living condition is very good

    Bthe workers are poorly paid

    Cthe workers are well paid

    Dthe workers’ living condition is not good

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:48 入库时间:2017-01-27
    来源: 2016-2017学年度九年级上学期期末考试试题卷及答案.doc

    On May 23, Shenzhen introduced tough new rules in order to discourage the “Chinese style of crossing the road”. “Chinese people cross roads without thinking about traffic lights, so long as 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 in Shijiazhuang, Hebei.
        Many people say that they jaywalk (
    乱穿马路) 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 for three years. 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 bear,” said Ni Ying, a member of the research team.
        However, a survey on Sina Weibo suggested that people jaywalk mainly because they ignore rules. “I always obey traffic rules. Time is important but safety should come first,” someone wrote on his Weibo. 
        Many countries give out punishments to jaywalkers. In Singapore, the maximum 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.

    根据材料内容选择最佳答案,并将其标号填入题前括号内。

    1. Which of the following is the “Chinese style road crossing”?
       A. To cross a road slowly.
       B. To follow the basic traffic rules.
       C. To wait for the traffic light to turn green.
       D. To cross roads without looking at traffic lights.
    2. What does the phrase “the team” in Paragraph 3 refer to?
       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 for to cross the road before they lose patience?
       A. About five minutes.                    B. Less than one minute.
       C. Less than one and a half minutes.       D. More than ten minutes.
    4. Why do people jaywalk according to the survey on SinaWeibo?
       A. Because people don’t pay much attention to rules.
       B. Because there are too many people on the road.
       C. Because the red light lasts too long.
       D. Because people have less patience.
    5. The writer suggests that we should __________ to solve the problem of jaywalking.
       A. punish the jaywalkers               B. reduce (
    减少) the time of red lights
       C. ignore the traffic rules               D. call on people to obey the traffic rules

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:28 入库时间:2016-12-19
    来源: 2016—2017初三第四次限时训练英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读选择

    阅读下面的短文,从每题所给的ABC三个选项中,选出最佳选项回答问题或完成句子。

    It’s reported that Chinese singing group Chopsticks Brothers will perform Little Apple at the 2014 American Music Awards.

    Chopsticks Brothers which consists of the director Xiao Yang and the musician Wang Taili played a middle-aged singing duo(二人组) in the film Old Boys. In the film, they sang Little Apple when they auditioned(试唱) for an American music talent show and received a thumbs-up from the judges.

    Now, life is following art.

    The duo has confirmed their performance at the American Music Awardsan award show second only to the Grammys(格莱美音乐奖) in prestige(名声).They will join famous singers including Taylor Swift and One Direction to show a night of music to the world.

    "I did not expect the plot in our film to come true in real life," Xiao Yang said during an interview."It seems unreal. We've worked on music for so long and after all these years, this is another story of dreams coming true for 'old boys'," said Wang Taili.

    This is the first time a Chinese"god" song will be shown on the global stage.

    Little Apple has taken China by storm. Its MP3 received 579 million hits and the music video has been played 823 million times on China's major music and video streaming websites.

    It’s said that the song has been played to at least 500 million listeners.

    1.What does Wang Tianli do?

        A. He is a director.   B. He is a musician.    C. He is a judge.

    2.The underlined “plot”in Paragraph means ________ in Chinese?

        A. 情节.           B. 策略.             C. 场地.

    3.According to the passage, which of the following is not true?

       A. Little Apple is the first time a Chinese"god" song will be shown on the global stage.

       B. Grammys shows the second only to American Music Awards in prestige.

       C. Chopsticks Brothers will perform Little Apple at the 2014 American Music Awards..

    4.Which film did Chopsticks Brothers play?

        A. Old Boys.        B. Little Apple.        C. Grammys.

    5.What can we guess from the passage?

       A. Little Apple is very popular in China.

       B. Xiao Yang and Wang Taili are real brothers.

       C. Chopsticks Brothers will attend Grammys.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:31 入库时间:2016-12-07
    来源: 2016-2017学年度第一学期九年级英语第一次阶段检测及答案.doc

    According to scientists’ research, the month in which babies are born could affect them in some ways.

    Babies born in spring get sick easily. Children born under Aquarius (Jan. 21st—Feb. 19th) may be less clever than those born in other seasons. They may also have shorter lives than those born in autumn. Scientists believe many of the differences can be explained by the mother’s exposure to sunlight in pregnancy (怀孕). Sunlight helps lead to the production of vitamin D in the body. The lack (缺乏) of vitamin D in the first months of life may have a bad effect on health.

    Vitamin D is called the “sunshine vitamin”. It has a good effect on health. A study showed that people born from April to June had slightly shorter lives than those born in October, November or December. Similar studies in the US showed that people born in autumn lived about 160 days longer than those born in spring.

    Professor Russell Foster said the conclusions were surprising and interesting. He added, “These are small effects but they are very, very clear. I am not giving voice to star signs and they are just for fun. But it is true that we are affected by our season of birth.”

    (  ) 1. A child’s season of birth can affect all the following things EXCEPT     according to the first two paragraphs.

             A. his health   B. his height  C. his length of life   D. his quality of being clever

    (  ) 2. What does the underlined word “exposure” mean in Chinese?

             A. 偏爱           B. 抗拒          C. 过敏          D. 暴露

    (  )3. What can we know about vitamin D according to the passage? 

             A. It comes from sunlight.               B. It helps people live longer.

             C. Sunlight prevents its production.         D. It does harm to people’s health.

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

             A. Women should get enough sunlight in pregnancy.

             B. Children born under Aquarius are cleverer than those born in autumn.

             C. People born in May will live longer than those born in October.

             D. Professor Russell Foster is interested in star signs and believes in them.

    (  ) 5. What does the passage mainly tell us?

             A. People can know the length of life by star sign.

             B. Women should choose to give birth to children in spring.

             C. A child’s season of birth has an effect on him or her.

    D. Vitamin D is very important to people’s health.  

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:20 入库时间:2016-11-05
    来源: 新目标九上Units8--11试卷及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    阅读下列短文,从每小题所给的四个选项中,选出一个能回答所提问题或完成所给句子的最佳答案。

    The Red Cross Society of China (RCC) (中国红十字会)has so far received 150 million yuan (18 million US dollars) in donation (捐款) for tsunami-hit(遭受海啸袭击的) countries, reports from the RCC said on January 14, 2005.

    2.66 million US dollars of the money were sent to Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Maldives soon after they were hit by the killer disaster(灾难)late last month. The rest(剩余部分) of the money will be sent for rebuilding villages, schools and orphanages(homes for children who lost their parents) in the disaster area, the reports said.

    According to the reports, two RCC’s rescue(营救) teams have arrived in Indonesia and Sri Lanka Friday. A third team will go to Thailand early next week.

    The RCC will report how much money has been collected and the uses of the money on its Website on time, the reports said.

    (     )1. The countries were hit by ___________.

    A. a forest fire       B. a tsunami          C. a big flood       D. a drought disaster.

    (     )2. The RCC collected money for _______________, Thailand and Maldives.

    A. Indonesia, China   B. Indonesia, Sri Lanka  C. China, Sri Lanka   D. Indonesia, America

    (     )3. The rest of the money will NOT be used to rebuild _________ in the disaster area.

      A. villages          B. schools             C. airports          D. orphanages

    (     )4. Which statement (陈述) is true according to the passage?

    A. The RCC has so far received USD 20.66 million in donation for tsunami-hit countries.

    B. A third team will be sent to Maldives next week.

    C. Two RCC’s rescue teams have arrived in Thailand.

    D. The uses of the money will be reported on its Website on time by the RCC.

    (     )5. The passage is probably from _________.

    A. A newspaper.     B. An advertisement.   C. An instruction book.   D. A storybook.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:44 入库时间:2016-10-08
    来源: 冀教版八年级book3 unit1单元测试及答案.doc

     We talked to 300 people. One hundred were from 11 to 18 years old. One hundred were from 19 to 26. One hundred were 27 to 35 years old. We asked them what they like to do on weekends. Please look at the chart.

    Favourite things to do (by age)

    1. People of 19-26 most enjoy       .

    A.      taking a walk                B. playing computer games 

    C.  watching TV                 D. going to the movies

    2. People aged 11-18 enjoy       most.

    A.      talking a walk                B. watching TV 

    C. going to the movies            D. playing computer games

    3. How many people enjoy playing computer games in the 19-26 group?

    A. 75         B. 60             C. 25       D.50

    4. Which things do most people enjoy doing?

    A. Watching TV and playing computer games.

    B. Playing computer games and taking a walk.

    C. Going to the movies and watching TV.

    D. Taking a walk and watching TV.

    5. Which of these sentences is true?

    A. People aged 27-35 like playing computer games best.

    B. People aged 11-18 like going to the movies best.

    C. People aged 19-26 enjoy playing computer games more than watching TV.

    D. Both A and C.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:55 入库时间:2016-08-19
    来源: 广东省2016年初三英语考试模拟题及答案.doc

    阅读理解阅读下列短文,从每题所给的ABCD项中,选出最佳选项。

    Obama has made history by becoming the first African-American president in American history.

    Obama was born in Hawaii on August 4, 1961. his parents separated(分开) when he was two years old and later divorced(离婚). Obama grew up with his mother in Hawaii, and for a few years in Indonesia. Later, he moved to New York, where he graduated from Columbia University in 1983. Obama met his wife, Robinson, in June, 1989 and married her on October 3, 1992. The couple’s first daughter was born in 1998, followed by a second daughter in 2001.

    Obama took office on January 20, 2009. However, just when he became president, he had to face many serious challenges(挑战), including two foreign wars, climate change and what he had described as “the worst financial crisis(经济危机) in a century”. But Obama said that he himself had been ready to face these challenges.

    Obama’s success is a true milestone. It speaks to the fact that in America you really do get a chance to do anything, if you have the talent and ability and you work hard enough.

    1. How old was Obama when he became American president?

    A. 48          B. 40          C. 37           D.31

    2. Obama’s success tells us that ______.

    A. any black people can become president

    B. you can succeed if you are talented enough

    C,. everyone can succeed if he is lucky enough

    D. a talented person can succeed if he works hard enough

    3. What does the underlined phrase “took office” in the third paragraph mean?

    A. 生效      B. 就任       C. 离职       D. 竞选

    4. According to the passage, Obama had to face the following challenges except______.

    A. climate change            B. financial crisis

    C. population problem        D. foreign wars

    5. The whole passage is mainly about Obama’s ______.

    A. childhood      B. family     C. education     D. experience

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:28 入库时间:2016-07-27
    来源: 广西贵港市2015年初中毕业升学考试试卷及答案.doc

    阅读理解;阅读下列短文,从每题所给的选项中选出最佳答案。

    Like most teenagers in the world, Joso Montanaro a teen artist in Brazil, likes reading and drawing cartoons. But he is special—his drawings get published(出版).

    Montanaro is now drawing cartoons for Folha. Folha is Brazil’s largest newspaper and is known for its cartoons. Montanaro has already been working at Folha for two years. Each week he draws two, there or four cartoons and sends them to the paper. From those editors choose one for the next day’s page.

    Montanaro draws about the news of the day. Recently he worked on The Wave—a drawing of the tsunami(海啸) that hit Japan. Montanaro also likes to draw cartoons about the funny things that happen in Brazilian politics(政治).

    “I like doing political drawings because you can joke about somebody bigger than you.” Montanaro says.

    Folha’s art director ,Mario Kanno, says editors saw something new and different in Montanaro’s work.“We brought him in with this idea to show that, yes, young people also read newspapers and can show their ideas on politics,”Kanno says.

    Montanaro’s love for cartoons began when be was only 7 or 8 year old. His dad bought him comics. Montanaro says these books gave him the ideas that got him drawing.“I think those great works have really helped me,”he says.“They remind me that I should draw something in my book every day.”

    1. What is Montanaro doing for Folha now?

      A. He is publishing story books.           B. He is drawing cartoons.

      C. He is sending newspapers.             D. He is writing articles.

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

      A. Folha is famous for its cartoons.

      B. Folha is the largest newspaper in Brazil.

      C. Montanaro draws one cartoon for Folha every week.

      D. Montanaro began to work for Folha two years ago.

    3. Why does Montanaro like drawing political cartoons?

      A. Because he can show his ideas on politics.

      B. Because he is very interested in political jobs.

      C. Because he thinks it’s easier to draw political cartoons.

      D. Because he can make fun of some important people.

    4. What made Montanaro draw and helped him a lot in his drawings?

      A. The comics his dad bought him.       B. His interest in cartoon films.

      C. The fun of drawing cartoons.          D. His dad’s ideas about cartoons.

    5. What’s the best title for this passage?

      A. Folha’s art director.                B. Brazil’s largest newspaper.

      C. Teen artist in Brazil.                D. Montanaro’s great father.[

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:30 入库时间:2016-07-10
    来源: 南京市2016年初中毕业生学业考试英语试题及答案.doc

    A new report shows what life might be like in 100 years from now. It describes skyscrapers that are much taller than today’s buildings, underwater ‘bubble’ cities and holidays in space. Th3e report is from a company. It asked experts(专家) on space and architecture, as well as city planners, to give their ideas on the life in 2116. They said the way we live, work and play will be totally different to how we do these things today. The experts used the Internet as an example. They said that 25 years ago, people could not imagine how the Internet and smartphones would change our lives. The Internet has completely changed the way we communicate, learn and do daily things. The experts said the changes in the next century would be even more unbelievable.

    Researchers questioned 2,000 adults about the prediction(预言) they thought were most likely(很可能的) to happen in the future. They predicted that in the future, few people will go to an office but will work from home and have work meetings online. People will have highly developed 3-D printers that will let you download(下载) a design for furniture or a food recipe and then ‘print’ the sofa, table or pizza at home. There will also be less need for visits to the doctor. We will all have a home health instrument that will tell us what the problem is and give us treatment. We will also be going into space for holidays and to get resources that we have used up on Earth. A prediction that is missing is whether people will need to study English.

    1. The writer uses the example of the Internet in Paragraph 1 to show      .

    A. the Internet was often used  B. the Internet has developed fast

    C. people will not believe the changes      D. technology will change people’s lives

    2. With the help of highly developed 3-D printers, a way to get a sofa in 2116 is to      .

    A. buy one in a shop    B. ask somebody to make one

    C. download a design and ‘print’ one       D. design and make one by oneself

    3. According to the passage, the missing prediction is      .

    A. how people will work

    B. where people will get resources

    C. what people will have at home to treat illness

    D. whether people will still need to learn Engli sh

    4. The passage is mainly about      .

    A. the life in 2116 B. holidays in space

    C. the history of the Internet    D. medical treatment

    5. The passage is most probably from      .

    A. an advertisement    B. a newspaper

    C. a detective story     D. a health report

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类
  • 难度: 使用次数:16 入库时间:2016-07-09
    来源: 山西省2016年中考英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

          根据短文内容,从方框内的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。

        Recently, a very simple question became widely spread online: what China should be proud of?  1  

    Lanlan, whose real name is Negar Kordi, is from Canada. She came to China five years ago and is a student at Ningbo University. Now she has 120,000 fans on the Internet and the number is still growing.

    Lanlan loves China and Chinese.   2  And that’s why she is so well received among Chinese net friends. The following is china in her eyes.

    “It is the easiest country in which to find a job. If you are not too lazy, it is really very simple to find a job in China. I believe there’re more job chances here than in any other country in the wold.”

      3  About 400 million Chinese are studying English. If they can speak good English in the future, China will have the greatest number of English speakers of any non-English speaking country.”

    “The speed of Chinese trains is fast. From Ningbo to Beijing, the train runs 1, 365 kilometers for seven hours and the ticket fare is only 595 yuan. ”

    “Its public security is great.   4  I have travelled in many countries, and I think China really is very safe.”

    “There are much more things China should be proud of. Many Chinese people often criticize(批评)China. At first, I believed that they didn’t like china or that they loved western countries. But later, I realized that they just set a very high standard for China.   5  China must be much better than other countries. ”

    A. The foreign language level is surprising.

    B. This country of 1.4 billion people makes me feel safe.

    C. A foreign girl living in china gave a very touching answer.

    D. They believe that it’

    E. She believes china will be the strongest country in the world in future.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:新闻报道类