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  • 难度: 使用次数:0 入库时间:2017-10-15
    来源: 九年级英语月月清检测内容:Units(4~5)及答案.doc

    Ancient China produced many types of beautiful works of art.Among themcalligraphy(书法)poetry(诗歌)and painting were the most famous.Often they would be put together in art.These became important starting with the Song dynasty.

    Calligraphy is the art of handwriting.In the old time the Chinese considered writing as an important form of art.Calligraphers(书法家)would practice for years to learn to write perfectlybut with style.Each of over 40000 characters needed to be written correctly.And each stroke(笔画)in a character had to be written in a certain order.

    Poetry was also an important form of art.Great poets were famous all over the countrybut all educated people were expected to write poetry.During the Tang dynasty poetry was so important that writing poetry was part of the examinations to become a civil servant (文官)and work for the government.

    Chinese painting was often connected with calligraphy.It is one of the oldest artistic traditions in the world.The most traditional way of Chinese painting is known as “national”ornative painting(国画)which is quite different from Western painting.People can draw mountainshomesbirdstrees and water on it.

    1.Calligraphers needed to write over  ________ characters correctly in the old time.

    A10000  B20000  C30000  D40000

    2.What was part of the civil service examinations during the Tang dynasty?

    APainting.  BCalligraphy.

    CWriting poetry.  DPlaying music.

    3.The underlined word “it”refers to “ ________ ”

    ACalligraphy  BArt

    CChinese painting  DWestern painting

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

    ACalligraphypoetry and painting were the most famous works of art.

    BThe strokes of each character could be written in any order.

    CPoetry was an important form of art like calligraphy.

    DChinese painting was often connected with calligraphy.

    5.What's the passage mainly about?

    AChinese art.  BChinese examinations.

    CChinese history.  DChinese dynasties.

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

    阅读理解。

      Have you heard about paper­cutting? Paper­cutting is an important art form in China.Paper­cuts were used for many purposesand everything can become the theme (主题) of paper­cutsfrom people to the things that can be found in everyday life such as birdsflowers and animals.

    Each paper­cut brings out the personal ideas of the author (作者)People express traditional culture or their own feelings with different styles of paper­cuts.For examplewhen someone marrieswe put up some red paper­cuts on the walldressing table or other furniture to express our best wishes.

    It is easy to learn paper­cutting but very difficult to make it perfect.We need a long­time practice to learn how to use the scissors and how to paint.More overwe need to learn some cutting skills.

    At presentin many parts of Chinapaper­cutting skill has become a must for women and a symbol of a clever mind.

    根据短文内容判断下列句子的正误。正确的写T错误的写F

    1.Not everything can become the theme of paper­cuts.

    2.People express traditional culture or their own feelings with the same paper­cut.

    3.It is not easy to make a perfect paper­cut.

    4.When we learn paper­cuttingwe don't need to learn cutting skills.

    5.Women must learn paper­cutting skills in many places of China.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-10-07
    来源: 7年级上学期第三次英语月考试卷及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    You often hear 3G these days, but do you know the meaning of it? Let me tell you. 3G means the third generation() of mobile phones. In 1995, the first generation mobile phones(手机) came to our life. We can only use them to make a call. In 1996, people began to use the second generation mobile phones. Besides(除了) making a call, we can also send short messages(发送短信) and get e-mails. Some people also used them to watch news or download music, but it was slow. What can you do with a 3G mobile phone? It has many functions(功能). First, it’s a video phone. When you call your friend, you can not only hear him, but also see him. Second, you can watch TV and quickly surf on the Internet. Third, mobile wallet function(钱包功能). If you don’t have money, you can pay with a mobile phone. And there are also more functions which make our life convenient(便捷). Now do you want to have a 3G mobile phone?

    (   ) 1. We can only make a call with a ______________

        A. 1G mobile phone  B. 2G mobile phone  C. 3G mobile phone  D. all of the above(以上)

    (   ) 2. The first generation mobile phones came to our life in ____________.

        A. 1998           B. 1997              C. 1996           D. 1995

    (   ) 3. The meaning of underlined word ‘download’ is ____________.

        A. 上传                  B. 下载            C. 试听            D. 录制

    (   ) 4. We can use 3G mobile phone to ____________.

        A. watch TV      B. make a video call   C. chat on QQ    D. all of the above

    (   ) 5. Which is NOT TRUE?

         A. 3G means the third generation of computers.

    B. We can send short messages with a 2G mobile phones.

          C. 3G mobile phones have many functions.   

    D. We can watch TV with a 3G mobile phone.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:10 入库时间:2017-10-03
    来源: 译林牛津英语8年级上册 Unit 2 同步验收练习(一)及答案1.doc

    All schools have their own rules. The rules change from one school to another. Some schools are much stricter than others. There are also some rules that are strange or funny to us. Here are some funny school rules:

    Strict Japanese rules

    Most schools ask students to wear uniforms, such as sports suits or skirts. But Japanese schools even have rules about the colour of underwear! They also require that girls’ socks should be folded(折叠) in a certain way and boys’ heads should be shaved().

    Other Japanese schools tell students that they can’t go to the movies after sunset.

    Different shoes in the USA

    At some American schools, students have to change their shoes when they go into the schools every day. This makes sure students won’t fall over on the floors and keeps the schools clean.

    No strange hair in the UK

    Strange hairstyles are not allowed in some British schools. But they might allow students to wear certain hairstyles during the World Cup years. There were two students who had special hairstyles during the 2002 World Cup. After the World Cup, their teachers asked them to go to the barber’s at once.

    根据短文内容,选择正确答案。

    ( ) 1. How many strange or funny school rules are mentioned in this passage?

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

    ( ) 2. Students in Japanese schools should wear_______.

          A. uniforms   B. indoor shoes     C. shirts               D. strange hairstyles

    ( ) 3. Why do students in the USA have to wear indoor shoes?

    A. Because in that way they won’t hurt if they fight.

    B. Because in that way they will feel comfortable.

    C. Because in that way they won’t fall and can keep the schools clean.

    D. Because in that way they won’t make any noise when walking.

    ( ) 4. Which country’s schools have rules about students’ hair?

    A. Schools in Japan only.             B. Schools in the USA and the UK.

    C. Schools in Japan and the UK.   D. Schools in the UK only.

    ( ) 5. What’s the best title of the passage?

    A. Different school uniforms       B. Different hairstyles

    C. Different shoes                             D. Different school rules

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-10-03
    来源: 江苏省泰兴市实验初级中学2017届九年级英语第一次模拟考试题及答案.doc

     Internet jargons

    Recently a father asked a question on the Internet. He asked what “PK” meant. “My family was watching the Super Girl singing competition on TV. My little daughter asked me what ‘PK’ meant, but I had no idea, ”said the father.

    To a lot of Chinese young people who often play computer games, it is not a new word. “PK” is short for “Player Killer”. In the Internet Games, two players fight until one ends the life of the other.

    In the Super Girl singing competition, “PK” means that singers compete with each other. Not all of them can go up the ranking(名次)

    Like this father, many Chinese teachers have found that their students use many Internet jargons(行话)in their articles. They are difficult to understand. A high school teacher asked her students to write articles in simple language, but they still came up with a lot of Internet jargons.

    This is a passage written by a student. Can you understand it? “My ‘GG (elder brother) ’ came back this summer from his university. He said I had grown up to be a pretty ‘MM (beautiful girl)’. He took me to the ‘PKM’(short for Pizza Hut, KFC and McDonald’s). ”

    Some experts think of Internet jargons as a new development in the language. But some think these jargons are destroying our language. What do you think?

    1By writing the article, the writer tries to _______.

       Aexplain some Internet jargons       Bshow his worry about Internet jargons

    Claugh at the Beijing father          Ddraw our attention to computer jargons

    2“PK” means ______ in the computer games.

       Aplayer killer                     Bsingers compete with each other

    Cgame over                      Dfailing the game

    3From the examples of the Beijing father and the high school teacher, we can see that Internet jargons ________.

       Aare used not only on the Internet          Bcan be understood easily

    Care liked by all the people               Dare popular with teachers

    4What do the experts think of the Internet jargons?

       AThey are all for the Internet jargons        BThey are all against the Internet jargons

    CSome of them are for the Internet jargons   DNone of them is for the Internet jargons

    5Which of the following is TRUE?

       AThe father explains the meaning of “PK” on the Internet.

    BMany Chinese young people know the meaning of “PK”

    C“PK” is used only in computer games

    DOnly students like to use the Internet jargons.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-09-28
    来源: 江苏省南京市江宁九年级2017年中考一模英语试题及答案.doc

    No Car Day was first started by 34 cities in France on September 22, 1998. It was started to protect the environment. By now, more than 1,000 cities around the world have had a No Car Day.

    The first No Car Day in China was in Chengdu in 2001. Other cities including Taipei, Shanghai and Wuhan, also support the day.

    In Beijing, more and more people are taking part in the activity. It asks drivers to leave their cars at home for one day each month and walk or ride a bike to work. It also calls on Beijingers not to use cars on June 5th (World Environment Day). The slogan(口号) for the day is, “ If we drive for one less day, we can have one more nice day.”

    So far, more than 200,000 drivers have shown their support. “We can’t control the weather, but we can choose not to drive,” said Wu Zhonghua, a car club chairman. Beijing is trying to have 238 blue sky days this year. In the first quarter of 2007, Beijing only had 52 blue sky days. This was 11 days less than the number for the same period last year. Much of the dust comes from the desert, but cars cause most of the air pollution. We must do more for No Car Day.

    1. No Car Day was started _______.

    A. to save money                     B. to control the weather  

    C. to make the air cleaner               D. to keep out dust from the desert

    2. The No Car Day activity asks Beijing drivers _______.

    A. to work hard to get fewer blue sky days

    B. not to work on World Environment Day

    C. to ride a bike or walk instead of driving to work once a month

    D. to leave their cars at home for a week each month

    3. When is World Environment Day?

    A. On July 5th.                          B. On June 5th.  

    C. On September 22nd.               D. On February 2nd.

    4. Which of the following about No Car Day is WRONG?

    A. It was started in France in September, 1998.

    B. It was first started in China in 2001.

    C. It is supported by over 1,000 cities around the world.

    D. It was first started by a car club chairman in Beijing.

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

       A. More and more people in Beijing are joining car clubs.

    B. People will have one more World Environment Day each month.

    C. More and more people won’t drive on No Car Day in Beijing.

    D. The car club chairman Wu Zhonghua won’t drive any more.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-09-27
    来源: 八年级英语8A Unit 2 单元检测及答案.doc

        Shanghai No.8 Middle School began to use the new bell this term. It helps teachers remember it is break time. The new bell has three parts.The first part lasts 15 seconds.It is made up of lovely folk music. Next, there are 20 seconds of silence.The final 25-second bell is a fast-paced march(快节奏进行曲)that seems to tell each teacher,"You have to end class now. "

        All the students welcome the new bell. Chen Yong, a student, said, "We tried many ways to stop teachers before, but nothing worked. It's better now. When the folk music is on, teachers know that class is going to be over in one minute. "

        Shen Huimin, a teacher at No.8, agrees that the new bell is creative(创造性的). " In the past , we usually wanted to add a few words after class. But we often forgot the time, "Shen said, "The new bell reminds us twice. It's a small change, but it's really solving a big problem"

    1. According to the package, the new bell is now used at       .

        A.middle schools all over China

        B. middle schools in Shanghai

        C.No.8 Middle School of Shanghai

        D.No.8 Middle School of Beijing

    2. At the school,        welcome the new bell.

        A.all the teachers                      B.all the students

        C.only the boys                       D.only the girls

    3. What does Shen Huimin think of the new bell?

        A.Bad.            B.Creative.         C.Noisy.           D.Strange.

    4.The underlined word "reminds" in the last paragraph probably means "      " in Chinese.

    A.提醒           B.停止            C.鼓励            D.取悦

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-09-25
    来源: 紫石中学2016-2017学年第一学期初一年级英语学科十二月测试题及答案.doc

    Raisins(葡萄干) in ice cream, in chocolate, and in cookies…Your favourite snacks cannot be without raisins!

    But do you know how people get raisins from full and juicy grapes? Dry(晒干) them in the sun? Well, that may be one way. But people from Xinjiang have another way.

    People there build many “blockhouses(碉堡)” near a grape garden.

    People build many “blockhouses” on the hillside. The blockhouses are usually three metres tall and are as big as the size of a classroom.

    They are quite different from the houses we live in. They have lots of holes in the wall. Inside there are many wooden shelves.

    After picking the grapes, people put them on the shelves. Because of the hot weather, hot dry wind gets through the holes in the wall and dries the grapes up. 30 to 45 days later, the fruit will turn into soft, sweet raisins!

    In around the year 535, people in Xinjiang started to send raisins as presents to the emperor(皇帝). This means that 1,500 years ago people began to know how to make raisins!

    (    )1. This passage is mainly about _____________.

    A. how to grow grapes                                  B. how to make raisins

    C. how to build blockhouses                      D. how to pick grapes

    (    )2. Where do people build “blockhouses” in Xinjiang?

            A. In the classroom.                                      B. In the grape garden.

            C. On the hillside.                                         D. On wooden shelves.

    (    )3. What does the underlined word hole mean in Chinese according to the passage?

       A. 树桩                         B. 枝条                C. 架子                       D. 洞孔

    (    )4. Which of the followings is Not true?

         A. People can find raisins in some ice cream, chocolate and cookies.

         B. People only dry the full and juicy grapes in the sun to get the raisins.

         C. The grapes need 30-45 days to turn into raisins in the blockhouses.

    D. People in Xinjiang began to know how to make raisins 1,500 years ago.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:2 入库时间:2017-09-25
    来源: 南京市扬子一中2017届九年级上英语第二单元检测卷及答案.doc

        Cormorant fishing is a traditional Chinese skill, probably more than a thousand years old. Cormorants are large, black birds, which are good at catching fish. They can dive down 25 metres, and stay under water for up to two minutes.

        A fisherman usually goes on a fishing trip on a bamboo boat with his birds. When he reaches the right place, he stops. A piece of grass is tied around the neck of each bird, so that the fish won't go down into its stomach. He pushes the birds into the water, and then bangs the water heavily with his bamboo pole(竹竿). The fish are frightened by this. The cormorants swim very quickly to catch the fish. Finally, the birds come up one after another to the fisherman. The fisherman takes the fish out of the birds' mouths and then throws them into a big basket. Later some of the fish are sold, and the rest are divided between his family and the cormorants. At night, a light is hung from the front of the boat. This enables the fisherman see better, and also attracts the fish.

    (    )1.A cormorant_______.

        A. can catch any fish under water

        B. can live as long as a thousand years

        C. can stay under water for one minute

        D. can swim 25 metres every second under water

    (    ) 2. The fisherman ties each bird with a piece of grass in order to _______.

        A. help it live longer

        B. help it swim more quickly

        C. stop it from running away

        D. stop it from eating the fish

    (    )3. What does the underlined word "bangs" mean in Chinese?

           A.插入               B. 划桨                C.拍打                  D.泼水

    (    )4. What does the fisherman usually do with the fish he has caught?

        A. He sells all the fish for money.

        B. He takes all the fish home

        C. He gives some to his cormorants.

        D. He gives some to other families.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-09-23
    来源: 海宁二中2017年中考模拟试卷 及答案.doc

    People often decide where to live based on the natural resources in the area. Natural resources are things that are useful to people and come from the earth. Materials for building houses are natural resources. So are foods, such as fruits, vegetables, animals that could be caught or hunted and water.

    The weather and landforms let certain things grow in different areas. They also determine(决定) which living things will be able to grow there. Areas with very rich soil are made to be good farming communities. Poor soil may send farmers to look for better places. However, areas with poor soil may attract those who have other purposes for the land. Poor soil doesn’t matter if you want to build a factory. It also doesn’t matter if it grows grass well.

    Each area attracts people based on their interests and purposes. Areas that support many different interests will naturally have larger populations. You may not think of the mountains, lakes or oceans as natural resources. In fact they are. Villages and cities built near water sources have been the most successful. People who want to catch fish for a living choose to live by the ocean, instead of the desert. People living near water can use it to meet their daily needs.

    Places that are difficult to reach will naturally have fewer people. Places that are high on mountain tops are not very desirable to most people. Neither are places that are in the middle of hot, dry deserts.

    For too long, humans have destroyed resources. We have been using up those that can’t be easily replaced. Renewable(可再生的) resources are those that can be replaced easily. We are lucky to have many resources that are renewable, such as the sun, wind, water and trees. We need to use more renewable resources. This will protect our planet.

    1. Areas with very rich soil can be used as ________.

       A. fishing places                       B. ranching places

       C. a factory                           D. farming communities

    2. What does the third paragraph mainly tell us?

       A. What people living near water live on except fishing.

       B. How big villages and cities by the oceans come out.

       C. People choose places to live according to interests and purposes.

       D. People don’t live in places that are difficult to reach.

    3. Which of the following does NOT belong to natural resources?

       A. Animals that could be caught.         B. Beds, tables and chairs.

       C. The mountains, lakes or oceans.       D. Materials for building houses.

    4. What is the best title for the passage?

       A. The natural resources.               B. An area’s weather.

       C. How to choose your house.           D. Renewable resources.

    5. This passage may come from_________.

       A. a story                           B. a fashion magazine

       C. a school report                    D. a cartoon film

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:5 入库时间:2017-09-19
    来源: 市相城区2017学年七年级下学期期中考试试卷及答案.doc

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

        You will swim there without(没有) danger if you remember these important things: 1. Never swim alone(单独). 2. Never swim after a meal or when you feel hungry or tired. 3. Do not stay in the water too long. 4. Never go out in boat if you can not swim;

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

    1. There are_______ on most beaches in Hong Kong.

        A. toilets           B. changing rooms     C. small shops     D. all of the above.

    2. When you see a blue flag, you know that _______ there.

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

        C. nobody should swim              D. anybody can swim

    3. Which of the following is TRUE?

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

    B. You should not swim with other people.

    C. You should swim after lunch.

    D. You can't swim for a long time.

    4. This passage mainly(主要) tells us ______

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

        B. that swimming in Hong Kong is dangerous.

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

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

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:4 入库时间:2017-09-18
    来源: 九年级英语Unit 4单元测试卷及答案.doc

    Although many people agree that junk food is unhealthy and has little nutrition, they are still fond of it.

    Why do people like it?

          The name “junk food” first appeared in 1972. Over the years, it has become popular with many people.

    Suppliers are fond of it because it is cheap to make and easy to keep for a long time. Many consumers are fond of it because it is easy to buy and it tastes good.

    What is junk food?

          Junk food has a lot of fat, salt or sugar and many food additives. Scientists believe that eating a lot of junk food makes people overweight. People may also have their heart disease, high blood pressure and tooth problems if they eat too much junk food.

    What food is called junk food?

          This is a difficult question. Different people may give different answers. For example, fast food such as hamburgers, pizza and French fries, is often regarded as junk food. Other food, such as roast potatoes and bread, is not junk food although it has limited nutrition. Also, candy and soft drinks are junk food because they have  a lot of sugar, but honey and grapes are not. Many people prefer to  have cereal at breakfast because it is healthy food, but breakfast cereals may have lots of sugar, salt and fat.

    Should children eat junk food?

           When children start eating junk food, they will have less and less  milk and healthy fruit juice. This can make them have weak bones.

         However, some junk food, such as chips, may be good to children because it may have necessary fat. However, since they are fat,  children should not eat too much.

           To many scientists' opinion, junk food is not very harmful when  people have it as a part of a balanced diet.

    1Why can junk food make people overweight?

    ABecause it has a lot of fat, salt, sugar and many additives.

    BBecause it is unhealthy and has little nutrition.

    CBecause it is cheap to make and easy to keep for a long time.

    DBecause it is easy to buy and it tastes good.

    2Which of the following is not junk food?

    AHamburgers.                  BPizza.

    CFrench fries.                  DHoney.

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

    AThe name “junk food” didn't appear until 1972.

    BChips have fat and children should not eat too much.

    CAll the scientists think junk food is bad to people.

    DBread has limited nutrition.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:3 入库时间:2017-09-16
    来源: 九年级英语Unit 1单元测试卷及答案.doc

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(ABCD)中,选出最佳选项。

    At 18, many American young people go off on their own. They go to college or find full­time jobs, and they often rent their own apartments. Some get married and start families. This independence (独立性) is learned from childhood. From an early age, American children learn responsibility. Children as young as 2 begin to put away their toys and dress themselves. At 3, many children do simple chores like setting the table.

          Using money wisely is also taught early. As soon as a child understands the value of money, he or she receives a weekly allowance(零花钱). This is used for things the child wants, like toys or treats. The child can spend or save it, usually with little guidance(指导) from parents. If the child wants money besides his or her allowance, it must be made by doing extra chores.

         Children are taught early in life to think for themselves. They are allowed to make some decisions and make mistakes. Failure(失败) often teaches more than success.

    1Many American young people begin to live on themselves ________.

    Aat eighteen years old

    Bfrom childhood

    Cafter they get married

    Dfrom an early age

    2An American child learns to ________ at the age of 2.

    Afind a full­time job

    Bmake decisions

    Cput away his or her own clothes

    Ddo lots of chores

    3A child can get some more money by ________.

    Aunderstanding the value of money

    Bhelping the rich

    Creading many books

    Ddoing extra chores

    4The passage is mainly about ________.

    Athe independence of American children

    Bthe value of money

    Cthe guidance from parents

    Dfailure and success of American children

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  • 难度: 使用次数:53 入库时间:2017-04-28
    来源: 2016年黑龙江省哈尔滨市中考英语真题试题及答案.doc

    Have you ever seen the movie. Big Hero 6 ? Baymax(大白) is a main character in the movie. He's a friendly big robot that looks After people's health. If there is a robot like Baymax in our real life, people will get more benefits. The robot will be especially helpful in caring for the old. The health of old people needs greater monitoring and care;.

    Scientists in America are now working to make Baymax a really(实现)- Actually. they have already produced some health care robots. These robots provide brain video games to improve people's memory. The garner can help the old remember things for longer. Besides, these  provide special app (应用程序) to help the old manage their health at home. The apps can check  the old people heart rate (心率) and tell them to take their medicine on lime. The apps can also record their daily activities. Such collected information helps doctors discover the cause of an illness faster and more correctly. But the health care robots are t as clever as Baymax yet.

    Nowadaysscientists are working on improving the health care robots. They Hope the robots can produce electricity by walking across the floor. If they succeed. batteries will not be needed. They also hope the robots communicate with humans in the daily life so to make people happier and healthier.

    Scientists are trying to realize these dreams. Like Baymax, these health care robots may save people's lives in the future. We are looking forward to them.

    选择最佳答案。

    (  )1. The underlined word ''monitoring** in the passage means _____ in Chinese.

    A .监测  B娱乐  C .危害

    (  )2. According to the passage, Baymax is         

    A. a friendly small robot that looks after people's health

    B. as clever as the health care robots in real life

    C. a main character in the movie Big Hero 6

    (  )3. In the passage, the health care robots  that have been produced by scientists ________ .

    A. can't improve people's memory

    B. can communicate with humane in the daily life

    C. can help the old manage their health at home

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

    A. Nowadays the health care robots ran product electricity by walking across the floor.

    B. Both the doctors and the old who use the health care robots can get help from them.

    C. The health earn robots can provide video games to check a person's heart rate.

    (  )5. What is the passage mainly about?

    A. It's mainly about the movie Big Hero 6.

    B. It's mainly about the health care robots

    C. It's mainly about the importance of health.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:28 入库时间:2017-04-16
    来源: 2017年九年级英语第一次中考模拟试题及答案.doc

    Earlier this month,  a solar-powered (太阳能动力的) plane took off to the sky for the first time. It had passed an important test on the    way to travel aroundthe world.

                                   The plane took off from an airport in Switzerland (瑞士)at 45km an hour. It slowly rose above the fields and into the sky.

                                  "There has never been an airplane of that kind that could fly -- never an airplane so big, se light, using so little energy,"

    said Bertrand Piccard, a leader of the project.

          During the 90-minute flight, the plane did several turns. It climbed nearly 1.6km above the countryside.

          Engineers plan to test a night flight before July. Then they will use the results of the tests to  build a second plane. They plan to travel around the world in that plane in 2012.

         "We want to fly it day and night with no fuel," Piccard said.

         Piceard and the pilot Andre Borschberg will take the plane around the world. They will make a few stops to change places and rest after a long time in the air — and to show off (展示) their plane. The plane flies at 70 kph on average. That is faster than a bike and slower than a car. The pilots will keep the plane in the air for up to five days at a time.

    1. The solar-powered plane may not be ____________.

        A. lighter than an usual plane               B. bigger than an usual plane

        C. using less energy than an usual plane     D. faster than an usual plane

    2. The underlined word "fuel" means __________ in the passage.

        A.刺激            B.燃料            C.光亮              D.方向

    3. Engineers plan to test a night flight because ________________.

        A. they want to build a bigger one

    B. they wonder if it can fly faster in the night

    C. they'd like to improve the plane and build a better one

    D. they want to set up a company and build more planes

    4. Which of the following descriptions about the new plane is Not true?

        A. The solar--powered plane flies faster than a car.

        B. The first flight of the solar--powered plane lasted 90 minutes.

        C. The solar-powered plane took off in Switzerland and flew slowly into the sky

        D. Piccard will take the solar--powered plane around the world with Andre Borschberg

    5. The article is probably chosen from the book__________.

    A. Foreigners in Beijing     B. How to play golf

    C. Modern technology      D. Everyday English

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  • 难度: 使用次数:15 入库时间:2017-04-14
    来源: 2017届九年级上学期期中考试题及答案.doc

       Watch for us on TV

    This summer, many Beijing middle school students had a different kind of vacation. Instead of hanging out with friends or traveling, they were training hard for the National Day celebration.

      To mark the special anniversary (周年纪念)of China this year, the students performed a group dance in a big parade(游行)on Tian’anmen Square on October 1.

      Students were training from 7:30am to around 10:00am or from 4 pm to 6:30pm. It was to avoid the summer heat.

      They wore white hats, T-shirts and dark-blue trousers. The hats and T-shirts were printed with a red logo, the number ‘60”.

      The first week of training was PE. Students practiced standing and squatting(蹲) Then they moved on to practice the group display. The use coloured sheets in the shape of flowers as a prop(道具). When we watch the parade on TV we will see them making colorful patterns(图案)with them.

      What do the students think of their unusual summer?

      “Sometimes we find it a bit tiring.” says Lu Wenqi,13.”But most of us think it’s a great honor to take part in such an important celebration.”

      Li Hui, 15, thinks the same as Lu. She says her classmates are seldom late for training.

      “It’s a wonderful chance for us,’ says Li. “When my parents were in college, they also took part in a national day celebration. Now it’s my turn!”

                                                        By Wang Min

                                                      21st Century Teens staff

     1.How long were the students training every day?

        A. two and a half hours   B. five hours   C. six hours    D. five and a half hours

    2. What did they practice doing at first?

    A. running .     B. standing and squatting C. squatting        D. standing 

    3.What do most of the students think of their unusual summer?

    A.A bit tiring   B. It’s a bit honor      C. It’s meaningful   D. It’s meaningless

    4. What is the main idea of the passage?

    A. It’s a wonderful chance for the students to take part in such an important celebration.”

    B. The students are seldom late for training.

    C. Their parents also took part in a national day celebration.

    D. Now it’s my turn!

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  • 难度: 使用次数:17 入库时间:2017-04-13
    来源: 2017初三英语Unit 7单元检测及答案.doc

    Americans with small families own a small car or a large one. If both parents are working, they usually have two cars. When the family is large, one of the cars is sold and they will buy a van(住房汽车)

    A small car can hold(容纳)four persons and a large car can hold six persons but it is very crowded(拥挤). A van hold seven persons easily, so a family three children could ask their grandparents to go on a holiday travel. They could all travel together.     

    Mr. Hagen and his wife had a third child last year. This made them sell a second car and buy a van. Their children sixth and sevenths seats are used to put other things, for a family of five must carry many suitcases(衣箱)when they travel. When they arrive at their grandparents home, the suitcases are brought into the two seats can then carry the grandparents.

    Americans call vans motor homes. A motor home is always used for holidays. When a family is traveling to the mountains or to the seaside, they can live in their motor home for a few days or weeks. All the members of a big family can enjoy a happier life when they are traveling together. That is why motor homes have become very popular. In America there are many parks for motor homes.

    1. From the passage, a van is also called ____________.

       A. a motor car                   B. a motor home

    C. a motorbike               D. a big truck

    2.  Before Mr. Hagen and his wife bought a van, they__________.

    A. sold their old house           B. moved to their grandparents house

       C. built a new place for a van       D. sold their second car

    3.  A motor home is usually owned by a family with__________.

    A. a baby                      B. much money

    C. more than two children         D. interest in vans

    4.  Americans usually use motor home____________.

    A. to travel with all the family members of holiday

    B. to do some shopping with all the family members

    C. to visit their grandparents at weekends

    D. to drive their children to school every day

    5.  Motor homes have become popular because___________.  

    A. they can take people to another city when people are free

    B. they can let families have a happier life when they go out for their holidays

    C. some people think motor homes are cheap

    D. big families can put more things in motor homes

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  • 难度: 使用次数:16 入库时间:2017-04-06
    来源: 2017年届九年级上学期期末英语考试题及答案.doc

    Do you know HFMD? It’s short for Hand-Foot-Mouth Disease. This year, in China, thousands of children were suffering from it. What’s HFMD? How to prevent it? Now, read the passage please.

    HFMD usually affects babies who are 1~4 years old, but adults can also be infected. Both EV71 and Cox A16 can cause HFMD, which usually starts with a slight fever followed by blisters (水泡) and ulcers (溃疡) in the mouth and rashes (皮疹) on the hands and feet.

    It can be spread through people with the mucus (唾液) or feces (粪便) of an infected person. It usually appears during the summer and autumn months. HFMD isn’t Bird Flu, SARS or Mad Cow Disease, but it’s not a new one, either. It first appeared in New Zealand in 1957. About forty years later, it appears in Asia. It’s reported that it breaks out every 2 or 3 years.

    HFMD is very terrible and there is no vaccine (疫苗) now, but we can do something helpful to prevent it. ‘Children with HFMD should seek medical treatment as early as possible’, experts say. They also suggest that parents keep the air fresh in a child’s room, which should be kept clean, tidy and dry. Children should be taught to wash their hands regularly. Staying away from crowded public places is also basic.

    (     ) 1. HFMD is usually spread with ____________.

    A. feces                                                B. feces of an infected person

    C. water                                               D. mucus

    (     ) 2. Which isn’t helpful to prevent HFMD?

    A. to keep the air fresh in a child’s room B. wash hands regularly

    C. see a doctor                                      D. stay in crowded public places

    (     ) 3. Can you guess the meaning of the underlined word ‘infected’ in paragraph 3?

    A. 传染的  B. 感染的      C. 正常的      D. 康复的

    (     )4. About HFMD, which one is right?

    A. It’s the same as Mad Cow Disease      .B. It first appeared in China.

    C. Adults can be infected too.           D. There is vaccine now.

    (     ) 5. Can you give a title for the article?

    A. The history of SARS            B. What’s and how to prevent HFMD

    C. HFMD in China                   D. How to prevent HFMD

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  • 难度: 使用次数:19 入库时间:2017-04-02
    来源: 2016-2017学年八年级上学期期末英语考试题及答案.doc

       There are many wetlands in China and some of them have become internationally important wetlands. The Chinese Yellow Sea Wetlands are one example. They are in Yancheng, Jiangsu Province. They are the ideal home for many different kinds of birds and animals. The world’s largest Milu Deer Nature Reserve is there. More than 700 milu deer live freely there. There are not many red-crowned cranes in the world, but every winter you can see some in the Red-Crowned Cranes Nature Reserve in the Yellow Sea Wetlands.

       The temperature in the wetlands is usually not too high or too low. There is a lot of rain and sunshine, too. They are really good places for wildlife. They offer food and home for some special kinds of animals and birds. It is not the only reason why we need to protect wetlands. Wetlands are important because they also prevent floods. But some people want to change the wetlands to make space for farms and buildings. This means there will be less and less space for wildlife.

       Luckily, more and more people are beginning to realize the importance of wetlands and wildlife. Every year on February 2nd, the World Wetlands Day, many activities are held to tell people more about wetlands.

    1. Which of the following is the ideal home for birds and animals?

    A. The Yellow River.               B. The wetlands.

    C. North China.                   D. Cities in China.

    2. What’s the weather like in the wetlands?

    A. It’s very hot.                   B. It’s too cold.

    C. There’s a lot of snow.            D. It rains a lot there.

    3. Why are the wetlands good places for wildlife?

    A. Wildlife can find food and home there.

    B. All wildlife can live freely there.

    C. There’ re enough friends for them.

    D. There is enough room for them.

    4. What’s the use of the wetlands?

    A. To raise(饲养) more wildlife.            B. To prevent floods.

    C. To offer lots of food for human beings.     D. A and B.

    5. Which of the following is Not true?

    A. More than 700 milu deer live freely because of the wetlands.

    B. We can’t see red-crowned cranes in the Yellow Sea Wetlands.

    C. February 2nd is the World Wetlands Day.

    D. People are beginning to realize the importance of wetlands.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:35 入库时间:2017-03-28
    来源: 2016-2017学年度下学期第一次月考八年级英语试题及答案.doc

         When you are ill, you’ll be unhappy because your body becomes hot, and there are pains all over. You don’t want to work: you stay in bed, feeling terrible.

    What makes you ill? It’s germs(细菌).Germs are everywhere. They are very small and you can’t see them with your eyes, but you can see them with a microscope. They are very small and there could be hundreds of them on or in a very small thing.

    Germs are always found in dirty water. When you look at dirty water under the microscope, you will see them in it. So your parents will not let you drink dirty water.

    Germs are found not only in dirty water, they are also found in air and dust(灰尘). If you cut your finger, and if some of the dust goes into the finger, it will become big and red, and you will have some pain in it. Sometimes germs will go into your body and you will feel pain everywhere.

    (  ) 1.  The writer thinks that you will ____ when you are ill.

    A .feel hot  B. not want to work  C. not feel happy  D. A,B and C

    (  ) 2.  You can see germs ____

    A. when you are ill          B. only when you use a microscope

    C. when you cut your finger   D. everywhere around you

    (  ) 3.  A microscope is used for ____

    A making very big things look much smaller

    B. making very small things look much bigger 

    C. helping you see things clearly

    D. killing germs

    (  ) 4.  Your parents don’t let you drink dirty water because ____

    A. water will make you ill 

    B. there are many germs in it

    C. you can see germs in it 

    D. it will make your finger become big and red

    (  ) 5.  The writer talk about ____

    A. how to make dirty water clean  B. how to take care of your fingers

    C. how find germs                 D. what makes you ill

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