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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-02-16
    来源: 2017年初中毕业生12月月考题及答案.doc

    Is human blood all the same? “Yes” You may say“It’s all red

    Wellit’s not as simple as you might think

    Blood is made up of different partssuch as red blood cells(红血球),white blood cells and platelets(血小板).

    Two chemical molecules(分子)on the red blood cells make people’s blood differentScientists mark one molecule “A” and the other molecule “B”According to which and how many molecules are on the red cellscientists divide blood into four typesABAB and O

    Your blood type will stay the same all your life

    Scientists have been wondering if there are some links(联系)between people’s blood types and their personalitiesbut they are not certain

    But some say that people with the same blood type may have things in common

    What’s your blood type? Do you have family members or friends who are of the same type as you? Read the following

    People with Type AThey look peaceful from the outsideBut they ask too much of themselves that they may be very nervous insideThey get happy or sad easilySometimes they are shy but always very carefulThey can easily win people’s trust

    People with Type BThey have strong mindsOnce they start a taskthey don’t give up easilyThey’ll try their best to finish it and do it wellType B people always try to make themselves different from othersThey want to do things in their own way

    People with Type ABThey are maybe the strangest among all blood typesThey can be both open and shynoisy and quiet at the same time! They are responsible and always ready to help others

    People with Type OThey are open and good at making friendsThey always start tasks but don’t always finish themThey have lots of new ideas and love to be the centre of attentionThey always strongly believe in themselves

        1The blood types are decided by _______

    Athe kind and amount(数量)of molecules on the white cell

    Bthe kind and amount of molecules on the red cell

    Cthe kind and the amount of platelet

    Dthe amount of white blood cells

        2Scientists are _______ about the relations between blood and personalities

    Asure                Bnot sure           Cworried                  Dexcited

        3If you are with Type Byou might _________

    Ahave strong minds          Bbe always ready to help others

    Clook peaceful outside       Dalways start a task and don’t finish it

        4If a person is both open and shynoisy and quiet at the same timehe or she might

    be with _______ blood

    AType O            BType A             CType B                   DType AB

       5The best title of the passage is ________

    ABlood Type                                         BRed Cells and White Cells

    CPersonality                                          DBlood Type and Personalities

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-02-11
    来源: 江西2017届九年级英语会考及答案.doc

    The sandstorm from northwestern Chinapacking strong winds and tons of sandarrived in BeijingTianjin and other northern regions on this Saturday morningMarchthe 20th 2010affecting an area of 810000 square kilometers with a population of 250 million

    In the last 35 hours till 11 amSaturday270 million people in an area of 1.8 million square kilometers have suffered from the sandstormAnd it is also expected to harm agricultural production and hamper traffic in its affected areas

    How to survive a sand storm?

    A sand storm is one of nature’s most violent phenomena(现象)but not a disaster.(自然灾害)High winds lift dirt particles or sand into airSand storms can cause property damageinjuries and even deathSo it’s important for you to know about how to keep yourselves safe in a sand storm

    ● Be preparedWhen you are in a stormy areacarry a mask designed to filter out small particles and bring airtight goggles to protect your eyesIt’s wise to carry a supply of water in case you get stuck in a stormWear the clothes that can cover your body to protect you from sandblasting

    ● Find shelterIf you are in a housestay insideClose all windows and doorsand wait until the storm is overIf you are in a vehicleroll up the windows and turn off vents that bring outside air in

    ● Wear a maskIf you don’t have a maskwrap a piece of cloth around your nose and mouthMake it wet or a bit wetter if you have enough water

    ● Protect your eyesAirtight goggles(防风镜)are goodIf you don’t have goggleswrap a piece of cloth tightly around your head to protect your eyes and ears

        1A terrible sandstorm happened again in the______ of China

    Asouthern parts  Bnorthern parts  

    Cwestern parts   Deastern parts

        2The sandstorm was so strong that it had been on _________

    Aa whole day            Btwo nights

    Cmore than one day   Dnot clear

        3The main idea of this passage is ________

    AA terrible sandstorm        BA strong sandstorm

    Chow to survive a sandstorm   DThe damage of a sandstorm

        4There are some ways to keep ourselves safe in a sandstorm except__________

    AGet well-prepared before going to a stormy area

    BFind shelters to keep you from being harmed by the sandstorm

    CWear a mask or wrap a piece of wet cloth

    DWear a pair of dark sunglasses to protect your eyes and ears

        5What is a sand storm _________like according to the passage?

    Ahigh wind  Bheavy dust   Cmuch sand     Dall the above

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-02-11
    来源: 江西2017届九年级英语会考及答案.doc

    How did learn how to ride your bicycle? Someone probably gave you a few lessons and then you practiced a lotYou can learn how to study in much the same wayNo one is born knowing how to studyYou need to learn a few study skills and then practice them

    Why work on your study skills? It will make it easier for you to learn and do well in classespecially as you move up to high schoolHere are some steps to smarter studying

    Step 1Pay attention!

    Do you have trouble paying attention in class? Are you sitting next to a loud person? Is it hard to see the blackboard? Make sure you are sitting in a good seat that lets you pay attentionTell your teacher or parents about any problems that preventing you from paying attention and taking good notesRemember good study starts in class!

    Step2Not sure how to take notes? Start by writing down the facts your teacher mentions or writes on the blackboard during classTry your best to use good handwriting so you can read your notes laterIt is also a good idea to keep your notesquizzes and papers organized by subjectGood notes equals to easier studying

    Step3Waiting until Thursday night to study for Fridays’ test will make for a homework nightthat’s no fun! It also makes it hard to do your bestWe are al guilty to putting things off sometimesOne of the best ways to make sure that doesn’t happen is to plan aheadAsk for a fool calendar to make what you need to do or what you have done on it! Let your daily life and study in good order!

    Step4When there is a lot to study and the test is comingyou are sure to get worried about itDon’t worry! Instead of thinking about all of ittry working on one or two each nightAnother way to break it up is to study regularly instead of just the night beforeYou should always review your notes and read the chapters you are working on

    Step 5You can’t study effectively if you don’t understand the materialBe sure to ask your teacher for help if you are not clear about somethingYou can also check yourself by reading through your notesDoes it all make sense? If notask your teacher to go over it with youThe best way to lose the confusion is to ask for help!

    Step 6So the test is tomorrow and you have followed your study plan but suddenly you can’t remember anything! Don’t panic! Your brain needs time to digest all the information you have given itTry to get a good night’s sleep and you will be surprised by what comes back to you in the morning

        1The best title of the passage is ___________

    AHow to study well                      BSix steps to smarter studying

    CThe best way to study well             DWhere is the best way to study

        2If there is too much study and too many examsyou had better___________

    Agive in            Bgive up                Cbreak it down        Dbreak it up

        3According to the passageour brain also needs _________

    Ato have a good rest                             Bto have a good sleep   

    Cto have time to think about it                      Dto have time to get it changed

        4As we knowgood study begins with ______

    Ayour good attention                     Byour detailed notes  

    Cyour good seat                        Dall the above

        5When having difficulty learningwhat should you do____according to the passage?

    Ato copy others                                  Bto drop it   

    Cto ask for help                                   Dto surf the internet

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-02-09
    来源: 2015-2016学年度第二学期期中检测初三年级英语试题及答案.doc

    In some science fiction movies, evil robots refuse to die, no matter how hard people fight back.
       Now science fiction has become science fact. For the first time, scientists have made a robot that can take a beating (
    挨打) and keep on going. Scientists from Cornell University made the robot, which looks like a spider with four legs.
       Until now, even the most advanced (
    先进的) robot was almost certain to break down when it was damaged. That is because its computer inside simply doesn’t know how to make the machine work after its shape has changed.
       To deal with this problem, the scientists put eight motors (
    发动机) and two sensors (传感器) that read how the machine is working. They all give signals to the machine’s software. Using this information, the computer can then figure out the machine’s shape at any moment.
       The new technology is a big advance in robot-making, scientists say, and it’s f
    ar from scary. It may someday help scientists create better artificial (假的) arms and legs and give new freedom to people who lose them. It might also help scientists understand how people and animals figure out their own sense of place in space.
       “It has been difficult to design robots that can work well when the environment changes or when it’s damaged,” says Olaf Sporns of Indiana University in US. “With this work, we are nearer to solving this problem.”
    (    )1.Why do robots easily break down when they are damaged?
    A. They cannot repair themselves.

    B. The computer has changed a lot.
    C. They have no computers inside.

    D. The computer cannot work if the robot changes.

    (    )2.The new technology allows the robot to _________.
    A. do house work for humans 

    B. keep working after being damaged
    C. remember a lot of information

    D. tell people where it is

    (    )3.The underlined word “them” in Paragraph 5 refers to ________.
    A. sensors                   B. robots

    C. arms and legs             D. scientists

    (    )4.How do the sensors in the robot work?

    A. They can replace the computer when it’s broken.

    B. They can find out where the damage comes from.
    C. They help the computer learn the robot’s condition.

    D. They can send signals to the person who uses the robot.

    (    )5. The passage is probably from_____________.

    A. a newspaper           B. an advertisement

    C. a tour guide          D. an application

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-01-31
    来源: 陕西省渭南市希望高中2017届九年级上学期英语期中考试题及答案.doc

    In 1955, Walt Disney (迪斯尼) himself opened the first Disney Park in Los Angeles, the USA. Later Disney world was opened in Florida in 1971. It cost between $ 500 and $ 600 million to build. Tokyo Disney Park opened in Japan in 1983, and Europe (欧洲) Disney opened in France in 1992.

    Now Hong Kong is going to build a Disney Park and it will be open in 2005.

    More than 80% of Hong Kong's population would like to visit the Disney Park when it's opened. But about half of them thought the adult admission fee (成人参观费), of between HK $250 to HK $ 300 (US $ 32 to US $ 38), was too high. The children's admission fee is not known yet. But children may not mind paying any entrance fee. "If I start saving money now, I'll have enough money to pay the entrance fee in five years' time," said Chan Po-sang, a 12-year old girl."I can't take my son to the Disney Park in the USA," said Mrs. Yu, mother of a small boy, "That's why I agree with the government's plan (政府计划) to build one here. Then I'll be able to take my son there. The admission fee of several hundred dollars is nothing compared with (......相比)the price of an air ticket to the USA."

    1. The first Disney Park was built in __________.

    A. France         B. Tokyo         C. America        D. Hong Kong

    2. How many Disney Parks will there be in Asia (亚洲) by the year 2005?

    A. 1              B. 2              C. 3               D. 4

    3. What do the Hong Kong people think about the plan?      

    A. Most of them agree with it.        B. Half of them don't agree with it.

    C. Few of them agree with it.         D. Only children like it.

    4. Do all the Hong Kong people care (关心) much about the entrance fee?    

    A. Yes, they all think that the fee is too high.

    B. No, the children may not mind how much the fee will be.

    C. Yes, most of them feel that the fee is not high.  D. The writer doesn't tell us.

    5. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?         

    A. The adult admission fee is lower than the children admission fee.

    B. Disney Parks are getting more and more popular among children and adults.

    C. The children's admission fee is about HK $ 250 to HK $ 300.

    D. Since the fee is too high, few Hong Kong people want to visit the park..

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:1 入库时间:2017-01-30
    来源: 江苏2017年八年级上学期期中考试题及答案.doc

    Skin-diving(潜水)is a new sport todayThis sport takes you into a wonderful new worldIt is like a visit to the moonWhen you are under waterit is easy for you to climb big rocks(岩石)because you are no longer heavy

    Hereunder watereverything is blue and greenDuring the daythere is plenty of lightWhen fish swim nearbyyou can catch them with your hands.

    When you have tanks()of air on your backyou can stay in deep water for a long timeBut you must be careful when you dive in deep water

    To catch fish is one of the most interesting parts of this sportBesidesthere are more uses for skin-divingYou can clean ships without taking them out of waterYou can get many things from the deep sea. Now you see that skin-diving is both useful and interesting.

    1.  Skin—diving is a new sportIt can take you to____.

       A. the moon               B. the mountains                  C. deep water

    2.  In deep water____.  

    Athere is plenty of light    Byou can find a lot of blue fish  

    Ceverything looks blue and green.

    3.  You can climb big rocks under water easily because____.

    Ayou are very heavy      Byou are as heavy as on the land

    Cyou are not so heavy as on the land

    4.  With tanks of air on your back.You can____.

     A. catch fish very easily     B. stay under water for a long time   C.climb big rocks

    5.  Which of the following is NOT true?

    ASkin-diving is a new sport         B. Skin-diving is like visiting the mountain

    CSkin-diving is not only interesting but useful.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-01-18
    来源: 江苏省兴化市顾庄学区三校2017届九年级英语上学期期末考试及答案.doc

    阅读理解  阅读下列短文,根据短文内容选择最佳答案。

    The Sydney Opera House is a very famous building in the world. It has become Sydney’s best-known landmark and international symbol. The Opera House with a “sailing roof” was designed by a famous Danish architect (丹麦建筑师), Utzon. The base for the building was started in 1959, years before the designs were finished. Utzon spent four years designing the Opera House. In 1962, the designs were finalized (定稿) and the construction began. In 1967they started the decoration inside. It took 14 years in total to build the Opera House. Queen Elizabeth II officially opened it on October 20th, 1973.

    The Sydney Opera House cost around 100 million and was paid for by the public. 6,225 square meters of glass was used to build it. The Opera House includes 1,000 rooms. It is 185 meters long and 120 meters wide. The building’s roof sections weigh about 15 tons. Each year, this fantastic building attracts 200,000 tourists to come for a visit or enjoy events in it.

    The Opera House reaches out into the harbor (港湾). It is amazing and unforgettable, offering people a strong sense of beauty.

    1. The designer of the Sydney Opera House was from _______.

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

    2. Building the Sydney Opera House lasted _______.

    A. from 1959 to 1967                                B. from 1962 to 1973

    C. from 1959 to 1973                                D. from 1962 to 1967

    3. The underlined word “construction” means _______in Chinese.

       A.创立        B. 施工              C.设计                    D.竣工

    4.  _______ paid for the cost of the building of the Sydney Opera House.

    A. Utzon       B. The government      C. Queen Elizabeth II    D. The public

    5. Which is the best title for the passage?

    A. Sailing Roof                  B. The Sydney Opera House

    C. Travelling in Sydney           D. The Opening of the Opera House

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-01-18
    来源: 江苏省兴化市顾庄学区三校2016-2017学年八年级上学期期末考试英语试题及答案.doc

    Many animals do strange things before an earthquake. This news may be important. Earthquakes can kill people and knock down homes. The animals may help to save lives.

    Some animals make a lot of noise before an earthquake. Farmers have told about this. Dogs that are usually quiet have started to bark. Horses on farms have run around in circles. Mice have left their holes and run away. Cows have given less milk.

    In a town in Italy, cats raced down the street in a group. That happened only a few hours before an earthquake. In San Francisco, a man kept tiny pet frogs. One Sunday, the frogs jumped around more than ever. They made loud noises, like bigger frogs. That night, an earthquake struck the city.

    People want to know when an earthquake is coming. Then they could get away safely. Right now, there is no sure way to know ahead of time. Maybe the best way is to watch the animals.

    (   ) 1.This passage is mostly about_________ .

    A. how animals act before an earthquake            B. how an earthquake starts.

    C. how mice leave their homes.                        D. how animals live every day

    (   )2. Before an earthquake, quiet dogs _________.

    A. ran away   B. started to bark   C. climbed trees D. jump into the water

    (   )3. Before an earthquake, the frogs___________ .

    A. sang                                                    B. jumped into the water

    C. left their homes                                           D. jumped around a lot

    (   ) 4. According to the passage, there have been earthquakes in_________ .

    A. most countries                                    B. Taiwan, China

    C. Italy and San Francisco                         D. Chicago and Spain

    (   )5. People want to_________ .

    A. be in earthquake                                   B. find out early about an earthquake

    C. run around in circles                                    D. follow the animals to run quickly

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-01-14
    来源: 长春外国语学校2016-2017学年第一学期期末考试初三年 级英语试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解。

    April Fool’s Day is a day to play jokes on others. No one knows how this holiday began but it was thought to begin in France.

    In France, New Year’s Day was celebrated on March 25 and celebrations lasted until April 1st. When New Year’s Day was changed from March 25 to January 1st in the 1560s by King Charles IX (查理九世), there were some people who still celebrated it on April 1st and those people were called April Fools.

    April Fool’s Day is a “for-fun-only” day. Nobody is expected to buy gifts or to take their friends out to eat in a fancy restaurant. Nobody gets off work or school. It’s simply a fun little holiday, but a holiday on which one must remain forever vigilant,(警惕的) for he may be the next April Fool!

    Each country celebrates April Fool’s Day differently. In France, the April Fool is called “April Fish” (Poisson d’Avril). The French fool their friends by taping a paper fish to their friends’ backs and when some discover this trick, they yell ”Poisson d’Avril!”

    In England, tricks can be played only in the morning. If a trick is played on you, you are a “noodle”. In Scotland, April Fool’s Day is 48 hours long and you are called an “April Gowk”, which is another name for a cuckoo bird. The second day in Scotland’s April Fool’s Day is called Tally Day. Tally Day’s gift to children is the still-funny “Kick Me ” sign.

    根据短文内容,选择最佳答案。

    1. April Fool’s Day began in          .

    A. America        B. France       C. England         D. Scotland

    2. In France people used to celebrate          on March 25 before the 1560s.

    A. New Year’s Day B. Father’s Day  C. April Fool’s Day  D. Mother’s Day

    3. On April Fool’s Day, people usually          .

    A. send presents to others            B. ask friends to have dinner

    C. play jokes on others              D. have a day off

    4. The underlined word “trick” means “        ” in Chinese.

    A. 恶作剧        B. 打击        C. 策划           D. 伤心

    5. In Scotland, you are called  “_____” ,which is another name for a cuckoo bird.

      A. Poisson d’Avril  B. an April Gowk  C. a noodle      D. Tally Day

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-01-12
    来源: 江都实验中学九年级英语质量检测试卷及答案 .doc

    Since the 1970s, scientists have been searching for ways to connect the brain with computers. Braincomputer interface(BCI) technology could help people with disabilities send commands to machines.

      Recently, two scientists, Jose Millan and Michele Tavella from the Federal Polytehnic School in Lausanne, Switzerland, show a small robotic wheelchair directed by a person’s thoughts.

      In the laboratory, Tavella operated the wheelchair just by thinking about moving his left or right hand. He could even talk as he watched the vehicle and guided it with his thoughts.

     “Our brain has billions of body cells(细胞). These send signals through the spinal cord(脊髓) to the body part to give us the ability to move. But spinal cord injuries(脊柱受伤) or other conditions can prevent these weak electrical signals from reaching the body part.” Tavella says. “Our system allows disabled people to communicate with outer world and also to control machines.”

      The scientists designed a special cap for the user. This head cover picks up the signals from the scalp(头皮) and sends them to a computer. The computer finds meanings of the signals and commands the wheelchair with an engine. The wheelchair also has two cameras that tell objects in its path. They help the computer react to commands from the brain.

      Prof. Millan , the team leader, says scientists keep improving the computer software that finds meanings of brain signals and turns them into simple commands.” The practical possibilities that BCI technology offers to disabled people can be grouped in two kinds: communication, and controlling objects. One example is this wheelchair.”

      He says his team has set two goals. One is testing with real patients, so as to prove that this is a technology they can get advantages from. And the other is sure that they can use the technology for long.

    1. BCI is a technology that can________.

    A.      help to make computer systems more modern

    B.      connect the human brain with computers

    C.      help the disabled to be healthier

    D.     control a person’s thoughts

    2. Which of the following shows the path of the signals described in Paragraph 5?

    A.      scalp→computer→cap→wheelchair

    B.      computer→cap→scalp→wheelchair

    C.      scalp→cap→computer→wheelchair

    D.     cap→computer→scalp→wheelchair

    3. The team will test with real patients to_________.

    A.      make money from them

    B.      prove the technology useful to them

    C.      make them live longer

    D.     learn about their physical condition

    4. Which of the following would be the best title for the text?

    A.      Switzerland, the BCI research Center

    B.      New Findings About How the Human Brain Works

    C.      BCI Could Mean More Freedom for the Disabled

    D.     Robotic Vehicles Could Help to Cure Brain Sickness

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2016-12-28
    来源: 吉林省2016年中考英语试题及答案.doc

       There are some famous buildings in the world. Everyone can recognize(认出)them with their imaginations. For example, when you see a picture of a sports stadium(体育场)that reminds you of a bird’s nest, you probably know it is the Olympic stadium in Beijing.

       In fact, other buildings can be recognized more easily. The shape of the building shows the objects people can see inside. In Guizhou, China, people can visit the Meitan Tea Museum, built in the shape of a big teapot. From far away, the teapot-shaped museum looks like some kind of huge work of art. But as one gets closer, the windows make it clear that this is a building.

       People who are interested in guitars might want to visit the Guitar Museum in Tennessee, USA. The building is shaped like a guitar, inside visitors can see all kinds of guitars and learn about famous guitar players.

       One of the newest funny-shaped museums is a pottery(陶器)museum in Korea. This museum, built in 2011, is shaped just like a traditional Korean pot. Along with seeing examples of pots and tools used for making pots in the museum, visitors can try to make their own pots there.

    根据短文内容,判断下列各句正(T)、误(F)。

    1People can recognize some famous buildings with their imaginations.

    2According to the colors of some buildings, we can guess what objects are inside.

    3The Meitan Ten Museum looks like a huge cup with windows.

    4If you are interested in guitar players, you can visit the museum in China.

    5You can try to make your own pots in the pottery museum in Korea.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:12 入库时间:2016-12-19
    来源: 九年级英语Test for Unit 9及答案.doc

    阅读理解。

    There are many different kinds of music in the world. Now let's study some of them.

    Classical music Classical music is a form of music which needs high musical skills. If you want to learn this kind of musicyou have to go through proper training.

    Heavy metal music Heavy metal music came out after World War . The melody (旋律)of the song is heavily influenced by the structure of it. It is also known as “information music”. In heavy metal musicsongwriting is based on a form.

    Hiphop music This kind of music always includes the use of instruments such as the guitarviolinpianobass (低音电吉他)drums and so on. In this kind of musicthe bass is the main instrument. It was first played by a group of traveling singers and poets of West Africa.

    Opera music It first appeared in Italy in the 1600s.It has a great mixture of theatrical (喜剧的)art and musical invention and is used in theaters.

    Jazz music This kind of music has strong and complex (复杂的)melodies. The main musical instruments are the cornettrumpet and violinwhich help carry the melody.

    Besides thesethere are many other kinds of music such as the bluesnewage musicCeltic musicreligious musicand chamber music (室内乐).

    (  ) 1. ________ music needs high musical skills.

    A. Classical     B. Heavy metal     C. Hip-hop    D. Opera

    (  ) 2. The main instrument in hip-hop music is the _________________.

    A. guitar  B. violin  C. piano  D. bass

    (  ) 3. The ________ is used in both hiphop music and jazz music.

    A. piano    B. violin    C. trumpet    D. cornet

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

    A. Heavy metal music appeared after World War .

    B. Only after proper training can you learn classical music. 

    C. Opera music first appeared in Italy.

    D. People call jazz music “information music”.

    (  ) 5. What's the BEST title for the passage?

    A. Different kinds of music    B. Our favorite musicians 

    C. We love music best        D. Welcome to the music club

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:11 入库时间:2016-12-17
    来源: 八年级英语话题阅读与.doc交际及答案

    阅读理解。

    How to Make Icecream in a Bag

    What You Will Need

    1 spoon of sugar1/2 cup of halfandhalf(牛奶和奶油的混合物)1/4 spoon of vanilla extract(香草精)icesalta big baga small bag.

    Firsttake the small bag and add 1 spoon of sugar1/2 cup of halfandhalf and 1/4 spoon of vanilla extract to the small bag.

    Nextadd three glasses of ice to the big bag. You can add more or less just make sure the small bag will be covered by ice.

    Thenpour about 1/2 cup of salt in the big bag. The salt helps the ice get cold so you can add more if necessary.

    When it's readyplace the small bag in the big bag and seal tightly(系紧)You need to shake the bag for about five minutes.

    Finallytake the small bag outbe careful not to open it. Wipe off(擦去) any salt on the bag.

    Now open the bagyou can enjoy your icecream. You can finish all of the work in less than ten minutes.

    (   ) 1.What do you need when making an ice cream?

    AA glass of ice. 

    BA spoon of salt.

    CA spoon of sugar. 

    DA cup of halfandhalf.

    (   ) 2.How many kinds of things should you put into the small bag?

    AOne.  BTwo.  CThree.  DFour.

    (   ) 3.What should you put into the big bag at last?

    ASalt. 

    BIce.

    CThe vanilla extract. 

    DThe small bag.

    (   ) 4.What should you do before you open the small bag?

    AShake the big bag. 

    BWipe off the salt.

    CWait five minutes. 

    DPour it into a bowl.

    (   ) 5.How long will it take you to make an ice cream?

    ALess than 10 minutes. 

    BMore than 10 minutes.

    CLess than 5 minutes. 

    DMore than 5 minutes.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:6 入库时间:2016-11-30
    来源: 八年级英语Unit 4 (B卷)练习题及答案.DOC

    阅读理解

    Water Polo(水球)

    Water polo came from the London Swimming Club in 1870.The purpose(目的) of creating(创建) the sport was to develop(发展) a football-like game in water.The game was first shown on the program in Paris in 1900.Women’ s water polo became an Olympic sport for the first time this year.

    Water polo is such a demanding sport that players need to be unusually strong. The game is played over four seven-minute periods(时期).To score(得分) players must throw the ball into another team’ s goal.

    阅读短文选择正确答案

    1.Water polo came from______.

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

    2.The purpose of creating water polo was______.

    A.      to play each other

    B.to develop a football-like game in water

    C.to show on the sports meet

    D.to be famous all over the world

    3.Water polo was first shown on the program in Paris in______.

    A.1900                   B.1870                     C.1910                     D.1790

    4.When did women’ s water polo become an Olympic sport for the first time?

    A. In 1900.             B. In 1870.               C. In 1910.               D. In 1790.

    5.Water polo players need______.

    A. fat persons                              B. unusually strong persons

    C. thin persons                            D. short persons

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:13 入库时间:2016-11-27
    来源: 桐乡市实验中学片区2016-2017学年第一学期期中联考九年级英语试卷及答案 .doc

    The film Alice Through the Looking Glass is on. Millions of people go to cinemas to see it. The little girl Alice, with long hair of gold, is alive in people’s mind again after the film Alice in Wonderland was shown in 2010.

    These two popular films were adapted(改编) from the novels Alice’s Adventures on Wonderland and Through the Looking Class. Both of them were written by Lewis Carroll, a famous English writer, who himself was as interesting as his books.

    Lewis Carroll was a math teacher and writer. In 1856, he met Henry Liddell and his three lovely daughters. His friendship with the family became an important part of his life over the following years. He liked the girls very much, especially the youngest one, Alice Liddell. He often told stories to make them happy. One day he took the girls to a boat trip. To make the time more enjoyable, he began a story about the adventure of a little girl named Alice in Wonderland. Many other strange characters such as the Mouse, the March Hare, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts were brought to this wonderful world, too.

    Alice Liddell loved the story and she asked Carroll to write it down for her. After Carroll finished the book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, he gave it to the girl as a Christmas present. When the book was published in 1865, it was a great success, and soon was famous around the world.

    1. The film Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass were from __________.

    A. Henry Liddell’s adventure                   B. two novels by Lewis Carroll

    C. three girls’ trip experience                  D. Lewis Carroll’s life story

    2.            are not the characters in the story Alice in Wonderland.

      A. Alice Liddell and her sisters                 B. The Queen and Alice

      C. The Mouse and the March Hare          D. The Cheshire Cat and the Mouse

    3. Lewis Carroll wrote down the story he told on the boat trip because __________.

    A. he wanted to publish it and made money

    B. he thought it was a very interesting story

    C. Alice loved the story and asked him to do so

    D. Alice thought others also wanted to read the story

    4. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE?

      A. Carroll finished the book and gave it to Alice.

      B. Lewis Carroll was the three lovely daughters’ teacher.

      C. The friendship between Carroll and Alice lasted until 1865.

      D. The book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland became famous after the film were shown.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2016-11-26
    来源: 江苏省洪泽县三河中学2015-2016年度9年级上学期英语Unit7单元测试卷及答案.doc

    Television talk shows have been popular since arrival of the medium, like many shows coming from the ones on radio. For example, the start of talk shows’ golden age can be considered in 1948, although the television was not common in American homes until the 1950s. From 1949 to 1973, nearly half of all daytime programs on the three networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC) was talk.

    As we know that video did not kill the talk show hosts, the radio stars—it made him / her an even bigger star. Hosts during the golden age included Arthur Godfrey (Arthur Godfrey and his friends), Dave Garroway (The Today Show), and Jack Par (The Tonight Show). All were necessary parts in the formation of the talk show formats (编排) we know and love today.

    A talk show can cost less than100,000 per episode (连续剧中的一集) to produce while many of today’s dramas cost more thanmillion an episode.  So, if successful, it can make bountiful money.

    Still, it takes a lot of work. Since 1948, hundreds of talk shows have come and gone, with only a few having true staying long. Conan O’Brien, for example, tried to stay long only because the network did not know what else to put in its place.

    There are several types of talk shows, from the foreign and strange programs like Comedy Central’s The Graham Norton Effect to the more traditional Late Show with David Letterman. But while the styles might be different, the format is limited (受限制).

    What we are mos used to is the informal (非正式的) guest-host format, in which the show’s host welcomes famous people or other talk-worthy people, and this is considered as an informal discussion. The scene is is very comedic (戏剧性) or musical or both.

    The second most common format is the public affairs (公共事务) show, in which a host or hosts interviews people in the news or experts in a given field. Shows that follow this format include booth the morning news programs (Good morning America Or Meet the Press) and “issue” talk shows  (The Oprah Winfrey Show or The Jerry Springer Show).

    Everything else is mainly a mixture of these two formats.

    (  ) 1.     The start of the talk shows’ golden age was __________.

                   A. In the 1920s   B. In the 1940s 

    C. In the 1950s   D. From 1949 to 1973

    (  ) 2.     ________ are the famous hosts during the golden age.

                   A. Arthur Godfrey

                   B. Arthur Godfrey and his Friends

                   C. Dave Garroway and Jack Par

                   D. Arthur Godfrey, Dave Garroway and Jack Par

    (  ) 3.     What does the underlined word “bountiful” mean in Chinese in Paragraph 3?

                   A. 少许   B. 大量       C. 漂亮的             D. 看不见的

    (  ) 4.     Why can’t many talk shows stay for a long time?

                   A. Because it costs much to produce per episode.

                   B. Because they can’t make money from their programs.

                   C. Because they have nothing new to put in their programs.

                   D. The passage does not tell the readers about it.

    (  ) 5.     In which kind of talk shows, do the hosts always interview people in the news?

                   A. The guest-host format shows.B. The public affairs shows.

                   C. Both A and B.                          D. Neither A nor B.

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2016-11-26
    来源: 江苏省洪泽县三河中学2015-2016年度9年级上学期英语Unit7单元测试卷及答案.doc

    The Academy set up the Student Academy Awards (学生学院奖) in 1972 to support and encourage excellent students in film making at the college. The Student Academy Awards is a national student film competition organized and carried out by the Academy and the Academy Foundation. Each year over 500 college and university film students from all over the United States compete for (...而竞争) awards, with the films being divided in four types: Animation (动画片), Documentary, Narrative (原创剧本) and Alternative (改编剧本). An excellent student filmmaker from outside the United States is presented each year as well. The presentation ceremony is a popular event that is attended annually by a viewers in the Academy’s Samuel Goldwyn Theater.

    Through the Student Academy Awards, the Academy recognizes and encourages this year’s most promising (有前途的) new filmmakers. Past winners include Spike Lee, Trey Parker, Bob Saget and Oscar winners John Lasseter and Robert Zemeckis.

    To extend (扩大) the influence beyond the competition, a part presentation of the gold medal award-winning films is shown each year for free to educational and non-profit organizations all over the country.

    All entries (参赛作品) for the 38th Student Academy Awards must be handed in by email. Please pay attention to that the running time allowed for entries in all types must be only 40 minutes.

    Also, you must print a hard copy of your entry form and hand it in with your DVD to the appropriate coordinator (协调人). For your entry to be officially completed, the hard copy must include your signature (签名) and the signature of your guidance teacher.

    (  )1.      __________ can compete in the Student Academy Awards.

                   A. An American director

                   B. An American film university student

                   C. All the film students from the world

                   D. An American acting students

    (  ) 2.     The passage was written in ______________.

                   A. 1990       B. 2000    C. 2010                D. 1972

    (  ) 3.     How many types were the films divided into in the Award?

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

    (  ) 4.     What’s the meaning of the underlined word “annually” in the 1st paragraph?

                   A. Four years.B. Three years.C. Two years.  D. Every year.

    (  ) 5.     Which of the following sentences is NOT TRUE according to the passage?

                   A. The Award was held every year.

                   B. Many winners grew into successful filmmakers.

                   C. A candidate (参赛选手) needn’t print a hard copy of the entry form.

                   D. The entry must be handed in by email.

    题型:阅读填空  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2016-11-14
    来源: 平凉十中2016-2017学年第一学期九年级英语中期质量 检测试卷及答案.doc

    阅读理解阅读短文,判断正误。正确的在题前括号内写“T”,错误的写“F”

    The computer is fast, and never makes a mistake, while people are too slow, and full of mistakes sometimes. That is what people often say when they talk about computers.

    For over a quarter of a century, engineers have been making better computers. Now a computer can do a lot of everyday jobs wonderfully. It is widely used in factories, hospitals and banks. A computer can report, decide and control in almost every field. Many computer scientists are now thinking of making the computer “think” like a man. With the help of a person, a computer can draw pictures with music, talk with people, play chess, recognize (辩认) voices, translate languages and so on. Perhaps computers will one day really think and feel. Do you think that people will be afraid when they find that the computer is too clever to listen to and serve the people?

    (   ) 1. Engineers have worked on computers for more than twenty-five years.

    (   ) 2. You can see computers working in almost every field.

    (   ) 3. Computers are taking place of people.

    (   ) 4. With the help of a person, a computer can draw pictures with music, talk

    with people, play chess, and do some other things.

    (   ) 5. People will be afraid of computers in the future.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:10 入库时间:2016-11-02
    来源: 2016八年级 Book 3Unit 7单元测试及答案.doc

    Scientists think that most animals can’t see colors. The world is black and white to them.

    To find out if dogs could see colors, scientists gave dogs food every time they played a certain piece of music. The dog got ready to eat only when they heard this piece of music. They did not get ready to eat when they heard other piece of music.

    Then the scientists gave the dogs food every time they showed them a certain color. The dogs got ready to eat when they saw this color. The scientists then showed the dogs another color. Again the dogs got ready to eat. The colors were all the same to them.

    Colors are not all the same to the monkeys, however. For example, if we put food in a red box and do this every day, a monkey will always go to the red box to get the food. If we then put food in a blue box, the monkey won’t go to it.

    1. All colors are the same to         .

    A. all animals        B. scientists          C. monkeys          D. dogs

    2. Monkeys know that red and blue are         .

    A. not the same   B. the same          C. colors                     D. food

    3. The scientists give the dogs food every time they         .

    A. saw the color red          B. went to a box of food

    C. saw the color blue        D. played certain music

    4. Dogs are different from monkeys because         .

     A. dogs can’t see any colors and monkeys can

    B. dogs can’t see more colors than monkeys

    C. monkeys can’t see any colors and dogs can      

    D. monkeys can’t see red and blue

    5. Some           wanted to find out if dogs could see colors.

    A. animals    B. doctors           C. scientists         D. monkeys

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:9 入库时间:2016-10-31
    来源: 罗田县2015年秋季初中期中联考九年级英语试题及答案.doc

     阅读理解根据短文内容,选择最佳选项。

    Kites have a long history. They may date back(追溯到) long time ago. They were made of bamboo and silk in China. Nobody knows exactly how or when a kite was first flown, but it is said that when a Chinese farmer tied a string(绳子) to his hat to keep it from blowing away in a strong wind, the first kite was born.

     Children like playing with kites. Kites for work or play are made of wood, bamboo, paper, or silk. In 478 B.C., a Chinese philosopher(思想家), Mo Zi, spent three years making a kite out of light wood and bamboo. The earliest record of kite flying was in about 200 B.C. when the Chinese General(将军) Han Xin of Han Dynasty flew a kite over the walls of a city. He wanted to know how far his army would have to travel.

    In the 13th century, Marco Polo wrote about how the shipping businessmen flew the huge kite in the wind before the ship set sail. They predicted the voyage(航海) in this way. If the kite went high and straight it meant a quick and successful voyage, but if it did not fly well it was a bad omen(预兆). In the late 1500s, the kite was introduced to Europe by the Italians. Kite flying was first mentioned in England in a popular book in 1589.

    1.The first kite was born when _________.

    A. kites were used for sailing

    B. a Chinese farmer tied a string to his hat to keep it from blowing away

    C. a Chinese general called Han Xin flew a kite to train his army

    D. Mo Zi used light wood and bamboo to make a kite

    2. Kites are made of the following materials EXCEPT ________ according to the passage.

    A. silk          B. bamboo        C. cloth       D. paper

    3. The kite was introduced to Europe by_______

    A. Marco Polo    B. the Italians    C. Mo Zi,     D.  Han Xin

    4.The passage tells us_______.

    A. how to make a kite                  B. how to fly a kite

    C. how kite flying was introduced to Europe D. what a kite is like

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文