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  • 难度: 使用次数:25 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.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:14 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

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:9 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!

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:9 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

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:12 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

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:15 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.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:25 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

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:13 入库时间:2017-03-27
    来源: 名校2016--2017学年度(下)九年 级英语第一次联考试题及答案 .doc

       Research says that husbands do not do their fair share of work around the house. A study from an American university says that men seldom do the same share of housework. Researchers interviewed 182 working couples who became first time parents. Both husbands and wives worked almost the same number of hours in full-time jobs. However, men did five hours a week less housework than women after their baby was born.

       It is a different story for mothers. Becoming a parent added 21 hours a week to a mother’s work. Most of this was looking after her baby. New fathers did not do more work because they did not realize the mother was doing so much more. Another reason is that after a baby is born, fathers follow the “traditional” roles. That is, the mother looks after the baby and the father works outside. This happens even when the mother is working the same number of hours in her job. 

    (   ) 1. It is found that _________ do less housework.

           A. wives        B. husbands          C. parents         D. babies

    (  ) 2. The underlined sentence “It is a different story for mother” probably means __________.

    A.      mothers come from different families    B.mothers like reading different stories

    C.mothers work more hours than fathers     D.different mothers have different children

    (   ) 3. What is the “traditional” role of a father?

           A. Working outside          B. Looking after the baby

           C. Doing housework         D. Doing part-time jobs

    (   ) 4.Which part of a newspaper can this passage be taken from?

    A.      Sports             B. Medicine          C. News           D. Society

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:18 入库时间:2017-03-23
    来源: 2016年春季四月份初一英语(下)月考试题及答案.doc

    阅读理解

    In our town, there is a big zoo with a lot of animals in it. There are so beautiful tigers and two old lions. They eat a lot of meat every day.

    There are also two big elephants and one baby elephant. The elephants are kind animals. They eat a lot every day. They like children. Children often give them bread and bananas. Elephants like bananas best.

       In our zoo there are also brown bears, black bears and white bears. They stand on their hind legs, hold up their fore legs and ask for food. They like cakes very much.

    There's also a children's corner in our zoo. Children ride horses and donkeys and watch the monkeys there. The monkeys are very funny. They climb up ropes and jump down again and play with each other like small children.

     (    )1. Which animal likes bananas best ?

    A. monkeys   B. tigers   C. elephants      D. donkeys

    (    )2. The zoo is ______________ .

    A. near our town B. very big  C. very small   D. next to the city

    (    )3. Which animal plays like small children ?

    A. the monkeys    B. the tigers    C. the bears  D. lions

    (    )4. Why do bears stand on their hind legs ?

    A. They are tired and want to have a rest.  B They want to jump out

    C. They want to ask for food.           D.  They want to eat people

    (    )5. How many kinds of bears are there in the zoo ?

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

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:16 入库时间:2017-03-20
    来源: 2016--2017学年九年级期中试卷及答案.doc

    There are a number of phrases built on the word “put”, among which is the expression “putting one on”. When one finds it difficult to believe what you said, he may look at you more closely and ask, “Are you putting me on?” He doesn’t think you are serious. Perhaps, you are joking with him, laughing at him, trying to test his reaction. People who try to put you on are more often just joking, having some pleasant friendly fun. There are people who like to play jokes on friends, to put them on in strange ways, some funny, some not. This is especially true on April 1st, April Fools’ Day. Year after year, a number of people let themselves be fooled by the same joke. They just forget what happened to them the year before.

    One of these often repeated jokes is about a telephone call. The caller changes his voice and tells his friend a certain Mr. Fox calls him and asks him to make a quick reply to the given number, which is the telephone number of the National Zoo. Unthinkingly, the friend quickly makes his call and asks for Mr. Fox.

    The man on the other end says, “Who?”

    “Mr. Fox. I don’t know his full name. Please hurry.”

    The man at the other end answers, “We have no Mr. Fox here”. Then he realizes it is a joke and he has heard it before. And he begins to laugh and says, “Look, friend, this is the zoo. Somebody is pulling your leg, putting you on.”

    “Good God,” the friend says to himself, “How foolish I am!” But he thinks about it and can’t help having a good laugh over it.

    (    ) 1. According to this passage, “put one on” means ____________.

    A. to dress somebody                         

    B. to give someone a phone call

    C. to lift somebody onto a higher place

    D. to joke with someone to see what he will react to it

    (    ) 2. Why are people repeatedly (反复地) fooled on April Fools’ Day?

    A. Because they are also fond of fun. 

    B. Because they are forgetful.

    C. Because they don’t take the same joke seriously.

    D. Because their legs are pulled by someone.

    (    ) 3. The friend can’t speak to Mr. Fox because ____________.

    A. this Mr. Fox turned out to be an animal

    B. Mr. Fox happened to be out at that time

    C. he called the wrong number and the wrong place

    D. the one who answered the phone didn’t know Mr. Fox

    (    ) 4. Which of the following statements about jokes is NOT true according to the writer?

    A. All jokes are not funny.

    B. Not all people can remember what happened to them the year before..

    C. Some of the jokes are funny, some are not.

    D. All people like to play jokes on friends.

    (    ) 5. This text is mainly about ____________.

    A. the jokes people are likely to make on April Fools’ Day

    B. the meaning of “putting one on” and how to use it properly (恰当地)

    C. why people are fooled by each other

    D. April 1st, a day when people will make fun of each other

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:7 入库时间:2017-03-01
    来源: 2016年初三英语二模试题及答案.DOC

        根据短文内容,判断正误。正确的用“A”表示,错误的用“B”表示。

        These two letters appeared in a newspaper. Both writers have their own ideas on zoos.

    Zoos Do a Good Job

        It is good to keep animals in zoos. I know a lot of people think it is wrong to keep animals in zoos. However, I believe that zoos have many good points.

        Firstly, zoos are places for people to see many different kinds of animals from all over the world. Without zoos, most people would never see a real bear or tiger.

        Secondly, zoos look after the animals very well. The animals are always given food and cleaned regularly(定期). In the wild, it is not always possible for an animal to find food, so sometimes it goes hungry. But animals kept in zoos never go hungry.

        Thirdly, zoos protect the animals they look after. They offer them safe places to live in. In the wild, some kinds of animals are in danger of becoming extinction(灭绝). But zoos give these animals a chance to live in. Without zoos, there would be fewer kinds of animals in the world.

                                                               Maria Smith

    Zoos Are Unnatural

        In Maria’s letter, she says that zoos are good for animals. I am afraid that zoos are not good for animals, they are only good for people.

        Iit is unnatural and unfair to keep wild animals in cages. Most animals are kept in cages that are too small for them. In the wild, these animals would travel freely. In zoos, they can’t do this. This is why the bears and tigers always look so sad.

        Most cages are not very clean either. It is true that zoos give the animals food regularly, but this is not natural. Wild animals are used to looking for their own food. We should treat animals in the same way that we treat lther people with respect(尊敬).

        000 Would anyone be happy if you don’t let him go outside his home? Would Maria like to have lots of people standing outside her flat looking at her? No, she wouldn’t. And animals don’t like it either.

                                                                      Philip Black

      1. Maria and Philip have quite different ideas on keeping animals in zoos.

      2. In Maria’s opinion, a real bear or tiger can only be seen in zoos.

      3. Maria thinks that animals live better in zoos than in the wild.

      4. According to Philip, if cages are big and clean enough, tigers and bears will look happy.

      5. Maria and Philip both agree that zoos are good for people.

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:9 入库时间:2017-03-01
    来源: 2016年初三英语二模试题及答案.DOC

        ·Important safety instructions

        When using an electric razor(剃须刀), basic precautions(预防)should always be followed, including the following:

        Read all the instructions before using this appliance(器械).

        ·Danger

        (1)To reduce the risk(危险)of electric shock:

        (2)Do not use while bathing or in a shower.

        (3)Do not reach for a razor that has fallen into water. Unplug(拔插头)immediately.

        (4)Do not place or store the razor where it can fall or be pulled into a sink. Do not place it in or drop it into water or other liquid(液体).

        (5)Always unplug this razor from the electrical outlet immediately after using, except when the razor is charging.

        Unplug this razor before cleaning

        When discarding a razor, unplug it and remove rechargeable batteries. See enclosed sheet for instructions.

      1. This passage tells us__________.

    A. how to use an electric razor

    B. the precautions we should take when using an electric razor

    C. in what way the electric razor can be used

    D. who can use an electric razor

      2. According to the passage, the razor can be used when_______.

        A. you are having a bath or a shower    B. the plug is in the electrical outlet

        C. it has been taken out of some liquid  D. it is being cleaned

     3. From the passage, we know the razor may have________as its parts.

        A. a plug and some batteries         B. a plug, an outlet and some batteries

        C. a plug, a tub and an outlet        D. a tub and a sink

     4. You should______the razor before using it.

        A. clean        B. unplug       C. place      D. remove

     5. What’s the meaning of “discarding”?

        A. 不使用,放弃    B. 不当卡片用    C. 消失     D. 启动

    题型:阅读理解  知识点:说明文
  • 难度: 使用次数:23 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

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  • 难度: 使用次数:15 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

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  • 难度: 使用次数:3 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

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  • 难度: 使用次数:8 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

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  • 难度: 使用次数:6 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..

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  • 难度: 使用次数:12 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.

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  • 难度: 使用次数:9 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

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  • 难度: 使用次数:16 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

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