初中英语北京市东城区2015年中考一模试题(英语)及答案.doc
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    Doctors in Germany have warned people that headbanging could be bad for your health. __________ (1). Dancers shake their heads back to front, and from side to side, very quickly.

    Doctors say this would injure(伤害) the brain. __________ (2). The man had no history of head injuries but had been headbanging for many years.He began to have bad headaches after going to a heavy metal concert.  __________ (3) They gave him a brain scan(扫描) and found bleeding in his brain. He needed an operation to repair it. Doctors made a hole in his brain to take out some blood.  __________ (4)

    Doctors said the risk of injury to the brain from headbanging is low and heavy metal fans do not need to stop doing the dance completely. The head doctor, Ariyan Pirayesh, said: "We are not against headbanging. Rock 'n' roll will never die. __________ (5). We just think if our patient had gone to a classical (古典的) concert,this would not have happened."

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    I love travelling so you can imagine my disappointment when I know that my local train station would be closed for five months. Unfortunately I do not have a car but I realized that I could start carpooling.

    Carpooling is the sharing of car journeys so that more than one person travels in a car. As a result, carpooling can be a cheaper choice than public transport because everyone in the car shares the cost of petrol (汽油). I recently did carpooling for the first time and it was very easy to find a driver. I used a website which lists drivers’ descriptions and found someone who was going to the same place as me. The descriptions provided a lot of information such as the driver’s first name, age and gender as well as reviews form previous (以前的)passengers. I decided to travel with a lady who had very good reviews. I paid for my share of the petrol through the website and planned to meet her in the town center.

    It may seem quite dangerous to travel with strangers but there are some safety actions. Firstly, the driver cannot receive your money until you text him or her a code (密码) at the end of your journey. This means that if you are unsatisfied with your trip, the driver will not be paid. Secondly, it is important to read quite a number of the drivers’ descriptions and reviews when you choose a driver. Lastly, I would suggest travelling with a friend so that you will feel safer and less lonely.

    I had a very good experience of carpooling. Not only was the trip very cheap, but the driver and the other passengers were really friendly. They were all French so I had the chance to practice speaking some French. As train and petrol prices are rising, both drivers and passengers can benefit from this cheaper form of travel. More importantly,, carpooling provides a fantastic opportunity to meet interesting people on your travels.

    1. How did the writer usually travel before starting carpooling?

    2. Who pays for the petrol when people do carpooling?

    3. When can the driver receive the money from a passenger?

    4. To keep safe, what does a passenger need to do when choosing a driver?

    5. In the writer’s opinion, what are the advantages of carpooling?

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