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高考英语阅读理解考纲关于阅读理解部分考纲要求:

    阅读部分 要求考生能读懂书、报、杂志中关于一般性话题的简短文段以及公告、说明、广告等,并能从中获取相关信息。考生应能:(1)理解主旨要义;(2)理解文中具体信息;(3)根据上下文推断单词和短语的含义;(4)做出判断和推理;(5)理解文章的基本结构;(6)理解作者的意图、观点和态度。

需要特别说明的是,考试说明中强调:“阅读部分要求学生读懂选自英语原版书籍、报纸和杂志(含网络版)的关于一般性话题的简短文段以及公告、说明、广告等,并能从中获取相关信息。文体包括记叙文、议论文、说明文和应用文等。” 网络版英语文章也有可能成为阅读理解命题的材料。

Reading Strategies: Scanning

Scanning is one way to look for the information you want to find in a reading. To scan is to read very quickly in order to get some specific (特定的)pieces of information.

 For instance, you scan to get information about time, names, places and numbers, etc.

Before you scan, you have to decide what information you are looking for, and think about the forms it may take. Then you have to decide where you need to look to find the information you want. And finally, move your eyes as quickly as possible down the page until you find the information you need and read it carefully. When you find what you need, you may stop reading any further.

扫读是一种快速阅读方法,目的是为了获得特定信息。这些信息可以是时间、名称、地点和数据等。扫读前,首先要确定代要寻找的信息,想想它们会以什么形式出现,再决定到文章的哪一部分去找。然后就快速移动目光,直到找到所需信息,仔细阅读这一部分就可以了,没有必要再往下读。





Music

Opera at Music Hall:1243 Elm Street. The season runs June through August, with additional performances in March and September.The Opera honors Enjoy the Arts membership discounts. Phone:241-2742. http://www.cityopera.com.

Chamber Orchestra: The Orchestra plays at Memorial Hall at 1406 Elm Street, which offers several concerts from March through June. Call 723-1182 for more information. http://www.chamberorch.com.

Symphony Orchestra: At Music Hall and Riverbend. For ticket sales, call 381-3300. Regular season runs September through May at Music Hall in summer at Riverbend. http://www.symphony.org/home.asp.

21. Which number should you call if you want to see an opera?

   A. 241-2742.          B. 723-1182.       C. 381-3300.           D. 232-6220.

22. When can you go to a concert by Chamber Orchestra?

A. February.          B. May.           

C. August.              D. November.

The most hopeful data shared in the report shows clear evidence of parents serving as examples and important guides for their kids when it comes to reading.Data shows that kids and teens who do read frequently,compared to infrequent readers,have more books in the home,more books purchased for them,parents who read more often,and parents who set aside time for them to read.

31.How should parents encourage their children to read more?

A.Act as role models for them.

B.Ask then to write book reports.

C.Set up reading groups for them.

D.Talk with their reading class teachers.

Dismissing small talk as unimportant is easy, but we can't forget that deep relationships wouldn't even exist if it weren't for casual conversation. Small talk is the grease (润滑剂)for social communication, says Bernardo Carducci, director of the Shyness Research Institute at Indiana University Southeast ."Almost every great love story and each big business deal begins with small talk, "he explains. "The key to successful small talk is learning how to connect with others, not just communicate with them.”

33. What is important for successful small talk according to Carducci?

A. Showing good manners.

B. Relating to other people.

C. Focusing on a topic.

D. Making business deals.

With a 3D printer, a cook can print complicated chocolate sculptures and beautiful pieces for decoration on a wedding cake. Not everybody can do that — it takes years of experience, but a printer makes it easy. A restaurant in Spain uses a Foodini to “re-create forms and pieces” of food that are “exactly the same,” freeing cooks to complete other tasks. In another restaurant, all of the dishes and desserts it serves are 3D-printed, rather than farm to table.

46. What benefit does 3D printing bring to food production?

A. It helps cooks to create new dishes.

B. It saves time and effort in cooking.

C. It improves the cooking conditions.

D. It contributes to restaurant decorations.

The global population is expected to grow to 9.6 billion by 2050, and some analysts estimate that food production will need to be raised by 50 percent to maintain current levels. Sustainability is becoming a necessity. 3D food printing could probably contribute to the solution. Some experts believe printers could use hydrocolloids (水解胶体) from plentiful renewables like algae(藻类) and grass to replace the familiar ingredients(烹饪原料). 3D printing can reduce fuel use and emissions. Grocery stores of the future might stock "food" that lasts years on end, freeing up shelf space and reducing transportation and storage requirements.

47. What can we learn about 3D food printing from Paragraphs 3?

A. It solves food shortages easily.

B. It quickens the transportation of food.

C. It needs no space for the storage of food.

D. It uses renewable materials as sources of food.

To find out if the special quality was more widespread in birds, the researchers sought the red-backed fairy wren, another species of Australian songbird. First they collected sound data from 67 nests in four sites in Queensland before and after hatching. Then they identified begging calls by analyzing the order and number of notes. A computer analysis blindly compared calls produced by mothers and chicks, ranking them by similarity.

59.What are Kleindorfer's findings based on?     

A.Similarities between the calls moms and chicks.

B.The observation of fairy wrens across Australia.

C.The data collected from Queensland's locals.

D.Controlled experiments on wrens and other birds.

To produce electricity on a large scale, a commercial wind farm will have to use bigger turbines than Hywind does, but it's difficult enough to balance such a large turbine so high on a floating spar in the middle of the ocean. To make that turbine heavier, the whole spar's to design a new kind of wind turbine, one whose gearbox (变速箱) sits at sea level rather than behind the blades.

2. To balance a bigger turbine high on a flatting spar, a new type of turbine is to be designed with its gearbox sitting _____.

A. on the sea floor

B. on the spar top

C. at sea level

D. behind the blades

  Hywind is a test run, but the benefits for perfecting floating wind-farm technology could be extremely large. Out at sea, the wind is often stronger and steadier than close to shore, where all existing offshore windmills are planted. Deep-sea farms are invisible from land, which helps overcome the windmill-as-eyesore objection. If the technology catches on, it will open up vast areas of the planet's surface to one of the best low-carbon power sources available.

3. Wide applications of deepwater wind power technology can _____.

A. solve the technical problems of deepwater windmills

B. make financial profits by producing more turbines

C. settle the arguments about environmental problems

D. explore low-carbon power resources available at sea

 Shay and his father had walked past a park where some boys Shay knew were playing baseball.

Shay asked, "Do you think they"ll let me play?" Shay"s father knew that most of the boys would not want someone like Shay on their team, but the father also understood that if his son,mentally and physically disabled, were allowed to play, it would give him a muchneeded sense of belonging andsome confidence.

1. Not expecting much, Shay"s father still asked the boy if Shay could play, mainly because the     father ________.

A. noticed some of the boys on the field were hesitating

B. guessed his presence would affect the boys" decision

C. learned some of the boys on the field knew Shay well

D. understood Shay did need a feeling of being accepted

In my living room,there is a plaque (匾) that advises me to“Bloom (开花) where you are planted.” It reminds me of Dorothy.I got to know Dorothy in the early 1980s,when I was teaching Early Childhood Development through a program with Union College in Barbourville,Kentucky.The job responsibilities required occasional visits to the classroom of each teacher in the program.Dorothy stands out in my memory as one who“bloomed”in her remote area.

Dorothy taught in a school in Harlan County,Kentucky,Appalachian Mountain area.To get to her school from the town of Harlan,I followed a road winding around the mountain.In the eight¬mile journey,I crossed the same railroad track five times,giving the possibility of getting caught by the same train five times.Rather than feeling excited by this drive through the mountains,I found it depressing.The poverty level was shocking and the small shabby houses gave me the greatest feeling of hopelessness.

From the moment of my arrival at the little school,all gloom (忧郁) disappeared.Upon arriving at Dorothy’s classroom.I was greeted with smiling faces and treated like a queen.The children had been prepared to show me their latest projects.Dorothy told me with a big smile that they were serving poke greens salad and cornbread for“dinner”(lunch).In case you don’t know,poke greens are a weed¬type plant that grows wild,especially on poor ground.

Dorothy never ran out of reports of exciting activities of her students.Her enthusiasm never cooled down.When it came time to sit for the testing and interviewing required to receive her Child Development Associate Certification,Dorothy was ready.She came to the assessment and passed in all areas.Afterward,she invited me to the one¬and¬only steak house in the area to celebrate her victory,as if she had received her Ph.D.degree.After the meal,she placed a little box containing an old pen in my hand.She said it was a family heirloom (传家宝),but to me it is a treasured symbol of appreciation and pride that cannot be matched with things.

小题1:“Early Childhood Development”in Paragraph 1 refers to________.

A.a program directed by Dorothy

B.a course given by the author

C.an activity held by the students

D.an organization sponsored by Union college

小题2:In the journey,the author was most disappointed at seeing________.

A.the long track

B.the poor houses

C.the same train

D.the winding road

Music

Opera at Music Hall:1243 Elm Street. The season runs June through August,with additional performances in March and September. The Opera honors Enjoy the Arts membership discounts. Phone:241–2742. http://www.cityopera.com.

Chamber Orchestra: The Orchestra plays at Memorial Hall at 1406 Elm Street, which offers several concerts from March through June. Call 723–1182 for more information. http://www.chamberoch.com.

SymphonyOrchestra: At Music Hall and Riverbend. For ticket sales, call 381–3300. Regular season runs September through May at Music Hall and in summer at Riverbend. http://www.symphony.org/home.asp.

College Conservatory of Music (CCM):Performances are onthemain campus(校园)of the university, usually at Patricia Cobbett Theater. CCM organizes a variety of events, including performances by the well-known Lasalle Quartet, CCM’s Philharmonic Orchestra, and various groups of musicians presenting Baroque through modern music. Students with I.D. cards can attend the events for free. A free schedule of events for each term is available by calling the box office at 556–4183.http://www.ccm.uc.edu/events/calendar.

Riverbend Music Theater: 6295 Kellogg Ave. Large outdoor theater with the closest seats under cover (price difference).Big name shows all summer long! Phone:232–6220. http:///www.riverbendmusic.com.

1. Which number should you call if you want to see an opera?

  A. 241–2742.          B. 723–1182.

  C. 381–3300.            D. 232–6220.

2. When can you go to a concert by Chamber Orchestra?

A.February.B. May.      C. August.    D. November.

3.Where can student go for free performances with their I.D. cards?

A.Music Hall.               B.Memorial Hall.

C.Patricia Cobbett Theater. D. Riverbend Music Theater.

When I told my father that I was moving to Des Moines, Iowa, he told me about the only time he had been there. It was in the 1930s, when he was an editor if the literary magazine of Southern Methodist University(SMU)in Dallas, Texas. He also worked as a professor at SMU, and there was a girl student in his class who suffered from a serious back disease. She couldn;t afford the operation because her family was poor.

Her mother ran a boardinghouse in Galveston, a seaside town near Houston, Texas. She was cleaning out the attic(阁楼)one day when she came across an old dusty manuscript(手稿). On its top page were the words, “By O. Henry”. It was a nice story, and she sent it to her daughter at SMU, who showed it to my father. My father had never read the story before, but it sounded like O. Henry, and he knew that O. Henry had once lived in Houston. So it was possible that the famous author had gone to the beach and stayed in the Gainestown boardinghouse, and had written the story there and left the manuscript behind by accident. My father visited an O. Henry expert at Columbia University in New York, who authenticated the story as O. Henry’s. My father then set out to sell it. Eventfully, he foud himself in Des Moines, meeting with Gardner Cowles, a top editor at the Des Moines Register. Cowles loves the story and bought it on the spot. My father took the money to the girl. It was just enough for her to have the operation she so desperately needed.

My father never told me what the O. Henry story was about. But i doubt that it could have been better than his own story.

小题1:Who found the O. Henry’s manuscript?

A.The girl’s mother. B.The author’s father.

C.The girl. D.The author.

小题2:Which of the following might explain the fact that the manuscript was found in the attic?

A.O. Henry once worked in Houston.

B.O. Henry once stayed in Galveston.

C.O. Henry once moved to Des Moines.

D.O. Henry once taught at SMU.

小题3:According to the text, why did the author’s father go to Des Moines?

A.To sell the O. Henry story. B.To meet the author himself.

C.To talk with the O. Henry expert. D.To give money to the girl.

The practice of students endlessly copying letters and sentences from a blackboard is a thing of the past. With the coming of new technologies like computers and smart-phones, writing by hand has become something of nostalgic (怀旧的)skill. However, while today's educators are using more and more technology in their teaching, many believe basic handwriting skills are still necessary for students to be successful-both in school and in life.

     Virginia Berninger, professor of educational psychology at the University of Washington, says it's important to continue teaching handwriting and help children acquire the skill of writing by hand.

Berninger and her colleagues conducted a study that looked at the ability of students to complete various writing tasks-both on a computer and by hand. The study, published in 2009, found that when writing with a pen and paper, participants wrote longer essays and more complete sentences and had a faster word production rate.

1. What makes writing by hand a thing of the past?

A. The absence of blackboard in classroom.

B. The use of new technologies in teaching.

C. The lack of practice in handwriting.

D. The popular use of smartphones.

2. Berninger's study published in 2009 ___________.

A. focused on the difference between writing by hand and on a computer.

B. indicated that students prefer to write with a pen and paper.

C. found that good essays are made up of long sentences.

D. discussed the importance of writing speed.

 Welcome to your future life!

  You get up in the morning and look into the mirror.Your face is firm and young-looking.In 2035, medical technology is better than ever.Many people your age could live to be 150,so at 40, you're not old at all.And your parents just had an anti-aging(抗衰老的)treatment.Now, all three of look the same age!

You say to your shirt, ”Turn red.” It changes from blue to red.In 2035, “smart clothes” contain particles(粒子)much smaller than the cells in your body.The particles can be programmed to change clothes' color or pattern.

We can learn from the text that in the future ________.

A. people will never get old

B. everyone will look the same

C. red will be the most popular color

D. clothes will be able to change their pattern

It’s such a happy-looking library, painted yellow, decorated with palm-tree stickers and sheltered from the Florida sun by its own roof. About the size of a microwave oven, it’s pedestrian-friendly, too, waiting for book lovers next to a sidewalk in Palm Beach country Estates, along the northern boundary of Palm Beach Gardens.

It’s a library built with love.

A year ago, shortly after Janey Henriksen saw a Brian Williams report about the Little Free Library organization, a Wisconsin-based nonprofit that aims to promote literacy and build a sense of community in a neighborhood by making books freely available, she announced to her family of four, “That’s what we’re going to do for our spring break!”

Son Austin, now a 10th-grader, didn’t see the point of building a library that resembles a mailbox. But Janey insisted, and husband Peter unwillingly got to work. The 51-year-old owner of a ship supply company modified a small wooden house that he’d built years earlier for daughter Abbie’s toy horses, and made a door of glass.

小题1:In what way is the library “pedestrian-friendly”?

A.It owns a yellow roof. B.It stands near a sidewalk.

C.It protects book lovers from the sun. D.It uses palm-tree stickers as decorations.

小题2:Janey got the idea to build a library from __________.

A.a visit to Brian Williams B.a spring break with her family

C.a book sent by one of her neighbors D.a report on a Wisconsin-based organization

In 1947 a group of famous people from the art world headed by an Austrian conductor decided to hold an international festival of music, dance and theatre in Edinburgh. The idea was to reunite Europe after the Second World War.

    It quickly attracted famous names such as Alec Guinness, Richard Button, Dame Margot Fonteyn and Marlene Dietrich as well as the big symphony orchestras(交响乐团). It became fixed event every August and now attracts 400,000 people yearly.

    At the Same time, the “Fringe” appeared as a challenge to the official festival. Eight theatre groups turned up uninvited in1947, in the belief that everyone should have the right to perform, and they did so in a public house disused for years.

    Soon, groups of students firstly from Edinburgh University, and later from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham and Birmingham were making the journey to the Scottish capital each summer to perform theatre by little-known writers of plays in small church halls to the people of Edinburgh.

【小题1】What was the purpose of Edinburgh Festival at the beginning?

A.To bring Europe together again.

B.To honor heroes of World War II.

C.To introduce young theatre groups.

D.To attract great artists from Europe.

【小题2】Why did some uninvited theatre groups come to Edinburgh in 1947?

A.They owned a public house there.

B.They came to take up a challenge.

C.They thought they were also famous.

D.They wanted to take part in the festival.

As more and more people speak the global languages of English, Chinese, Spanish, and Arabic, other languages are rapidly disappearing. In fact, half of the 6,000-7,000 languages spoken around the world today will likely die out by the next century, according to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). In an effort to prevent language loss, scholars from a number of organizations- UNESCO and National Geographic among them –have for many years been documenting dying languages and the cultures they reflect.

Mark Turin, a scientist at the Macmillan Center, Yale University, who specializes in the languages and oral traditions of the Himalayas, is following in that tradition. His recently published book, A Grammar of Thangmi with an Ethnolinguistic Introduction to the Speakers and Their Culture, grows out of his experience living, looking and raising a family in a village in Nepal.

Documenting the Tangmi language and culture is just a starting point for Turin, who seeks to include other languages and oral traditions across the Himalayans reaches of India, Nepal, Bhutan, and China. But he is not content to simply record these voices before they disappear without record.

At the University of Cambridge Turin discovered a wealth of important materials- including photographs, films, tap recordings, and field notes- which had remained unstudied and were badly in need of care and protection.

Now, through the two organizations that he has founded-the Digital Himalaya Project and the World Oral Literature Project- Turin has started a campaign to make such documents, found in libraries and stores around the world, available not just to scholars but to the younger generations of communities from whom the materials were originally collected.Thanks to digital technology and the widely available Internet. Turin notes,the endangered languages can be saved and reconnected with speech communities.

小题1:Many scholars are making efforts to _____.

A.promote global languages

B.rescue the disappearing languages

C.search for language communities

D.set up languages research organizations.

小题2:What is Turin’s book based on?

A.The cultural statics in India.

B.The documents available at Yale.

C.His language research in Britain.

D.His personal experience in Nepal.

小题3:Which of the following best describe Turin’s  Work?

A.Write sell and donate.

B.Record,repeat and reward.

C.Collect,protect and reconnect.

D.Design, experiment and report.

You are the collector in the gallery of your life. You collect. You might not mean to but you do. One out of three people collects tangible(有形的)things such as cats, photos and noisy toys.

There are among some 40 collections that are being shown at “The Museum Of”—the first of several new museums which, over the next two years, will exhibit the objects accumulated by unknown collectors. In doing so, they will promote a popular culture of museums, not what museums normally represent.

Some of the collections are fairly common—records, model houses. Others are strangely beautiful—branches that have fallen from tree, for example. But they all reveal (显露)a lot of things: ask someone what they collect and their answers will tell you who they are.

Other on the way include “The museum of Collectors” and “The Museum of Me.”These new ones, it is hoped, will build on the success of “The Museum Of.” The thinkers behind the project want to explore why people collect, and what it means to do so. They hope that visitors who may not have considered themselves collectors will begin to see they, too, collect.

Some collectors say they started or stopped making collections at important point: the beginning or end of adolescence—“it’s a growing-up thing; you stop when you grow up,”says one. Other painful times are mentioned, such as the end of a relationship. For time and life can seem so uncontrollable that a steady serial(顺序排列的)arrangement is comforting.

小题1:How will the new museums promote a popular culture of museums?

A.By collecting more tangible things.

B.By showing what ordinary people have collected.

C.By correcting what museums normally represent.

D.By accumulating 40 collections two years from now.

小题2:What can be learned about collectors from their collections?

A.Who they are.

B.How old they are.

C.Where they were born.

D.Why they might not mean to collect.

小题3:Which of the following is an aim of the new museums?

A.To help people sell their collections.

B.To encourage more people to collect.

C.To study the significance of collecting.

D.To find out why people visit museums.

小题4:According to the last paragraph, people may stop collecting when they       

A.become adults

B.feel happy with life

C.are ready for a relationship

D.feel time to he uncontrollable

Keep your pets inside as much as you can when the weather is bad. If you have to take them out, stay outside with them. When you’re cold enough to go inside, they probably are too. I you must leave them outside for a long time, make sure they have a warm, solid shelter against the wind, thick bedding, and plenty of non-frozen water.

If left alone outside, dogs and cats can be very smart in their search for warm shelter. They can dig into snow banks or hide somewhere. Watch them closely when they are left outdoors, and provide them with shelter of good quality. Keep an eye on your pet’s water. Sometimes owners don’t realize that a water bowl has frozen and their pet can’t get anything to drink. Animals that don’t have clean and unfrozen water may drink dirty water outside, which may contain something unhealthy for them.

42. Why are pet owners asked to stay with their pets when they are out in cold weather?

A. To know when to bring them inside.

B. To keep them from eating bad food.

C. To help them find shelters.

D. To keep them company.

43. If pets are left on their own outdoors in cold weather, they may ___.

A. run short of clean water B. dig deep holes for fun

C. dirty the snow nearby D. get lost in the wild

Mark and his brother Jason both were looking at the shining new computer enviously, Jason was determined not to go against their father"s wishes but Mark was more adventurous than his brother. He loved experimenting and his aim was to become a scientist like his father.

“Dad will be really mad if he finds out you"ve been playing with his new computer.” Jason said, “He told us not to touch it.”

“He won’t find out,” Mark said. “I’ll just have a quick look and shut it down.”

Mark had been scolded before for touching his father’s equipment. But his curiosity was difficult to control and this new computer really puzzled him.

小题1:Why did Mark touch the computer against his father’s warning?

A.He wanted to take a voyage. B.He wanted to practice his skill.

C.He was so much attracted by it. D.He was eager to do an experiment.

Irene entered the University of Paris in 1914 to prepare for a degree in mathematics and physics. When World War I began, Irene went to help her mother, who was using X-ray facilities(设备) to help save the lives of wounded soldiers. Irene continued the work by developing X-ray facilities in military hospitals in France and Belgium. Her services were recognized in the form of a Military’s Medal by the French government.      In 1918, Irene became her mother’s assistant at the Curie Institute. In December 1924, Frederic Joliot joined the Institute, and Irene taught him the techniques required for his work. They soon fell in love and were married in 1926. Their daughter Helene was born in 1927 and their son Pierre five years later.

36. Why was Irene Curie awarded a Military Medal?

A. Because she received a degree in mathematics.  

B. Because she contributed to saving the wounded.  

C. Because she won the Nobel Prize with Frederic.  

D. Because she worked as a helper to her mother.

37. Where did Irene Curie meet her husband Frederic Joliot?

A. At the Curie Institute.          B. At the university of Paris.  

C. At a military hospital.          D. At the College of Sevigne.

Why is pink or purple a color for girls and blue or brown for boys?

  The answer depends largely on cultural values as well as personal experiences.To the Egyptians, green was a color that represented the hope and joy of spring, while for Muslims, it means heaven.Red is a symbol of good luck in many cultures.In China, children are given money in a red envelope to bring good fortune in the New Year.For many nations, blue is a symbol of protection and religious beliefs.Greek people often wear a blue necklace hoping to protect themselves against evils(灾祸).

  People's choice of colors is also influenced by their bodies' reactions(反应)toward them.Green is said to be the most restful color.It has the ability to reduce pain and relax people both mentally and physically.People who work in green environment have been found to have fewer stomach aches.

  Red can cause a person's blood pressure to rise and increase people's appetites(食欲).Many decorators will include different shades of red in the restaurant.Similarly, many commercial websites will have a red “Buy Now” button because red is a color that easily catches a person's eye.

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小题1:Muslims regard green as a symbol of heaven mainly because of their _____  .

A.cultural values B.commercial purposes

C.personal experiences D.physical reactions to the color

小题2:Why will many commercial websites have a red “Buy Now” button?

A.To relax people physically.

B.To increase people’s appetites.

C.To encourage people to make a purchase.

D.To cause a person’s blood pressure to rise.

Mark and his brother Jason both were looking at the shining new computer enviously, Jason was determined not to go against their father"s wishes but Mark was more adventurous than his brother. He loved experimenting and his aim was to become a scientist like his father.

   “Dad will be really mad if he finds out you"ve been playing with his new computer.” Jason said, “He told us not to touch it.”

   “He won’t find out,” Mark said. “I"ll just have a quick look and shut it down.”

    Mark had been scolded before for touching his father"s equipment. But his curiosity was difficult to control and this new computer really puzzled him.

    It was a strange-looking machine — one his dad had brought home from the laboratory where he worked. “It’s an experimental model," his father had explained, “so don’t touch it under any circumstances.” But his father"s warning only made Mark more curious. Without any further thought, Mark turned on the power switch. The computer burst into life and seconds later, the screen turned into colors, shifting and changing and then two big white words appeared in the centre of the screen: “SPACE TRANSPORTER.”

...

小题1:Why did Mark touch the computer against his father"s warning?

A.He wanted to take a voyage. B.He wanted to practice his skill.

C.He was so much attracted by it. D.He was eager to do an experiment.

小题2: Where did the boys" father most likely work?

A.In an electronic factory. B.In a computer company.

C.In a scientific research center. D.In an information processing center.



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21. Which number should you call if you want to see an opera?

 A. 241-2742.          B. 723-1182.       C. 381-3300.           D. 232-6220.

22. When can you go to a concert by Chamber Orchestra?

A. February.        B. May.          

C. August.              D. November.

21-22 AB

31.How should parents encourage their children to read more?

A.Act as role models for them.

33. What is important for successful small talk according to Carducci?

B. Relating to other people.

46. What benefit does 3D printing bring to food production?

B. It saves time and effort in cooking.

47. What can we learn about 3D food printing from Paragraphs 3?

D. It uses renewable materials as sources of food.

59.What are Kleindorfer's findings based on?     

A.Similarities between the calls moms and chicks.

2. To balance a bigger turbine high on a flatting spar, a new type of turbine is to be designed with its gearbox sitting _____.

C. at sea level

 3. Wide applications of deepwater wind power technology can _____.

D. explore low-carbon power resources available at sea

1. Not expecting much, Shay"s father still asked the boy if Shay could play, mainly because the     father ________.

D. understood Shay did need a feeling of being accepted

小题1:“Early Childhood Development”in Paragraph 1 refers to________.

 B.a course given by the author

小题2:In the journey,the author was most disappointed at seeing________.

B.the poor houses

1. Which number should you call if you want to see an opera?

 A. 241–2742.         

2. When can you go to a concert by Chamber Orchestra?

B. May.  

3.Where can student go for free performances with their I.D. cards?

C.Patricia Cobbett Theater. 

小题1:Who found the O. Henry’s manuscript?

A.The girl’s mother.

小题2:Which of the following might explain the fact that the manuscript was found in the attic?

B.O. Henry once stayed in Galveston.

小题3:According to the text, why did the author’s father go to Des Moines?

A.To sell the O. Henry story.

1. What makes writing by hand a thing of the past?

B. The use of new technologies in teaching.

2. Berninger's study published in 2009 ___________.

A. focused on the difference between writing by hand and on a computer.

We can learn from the text that in the future ________.

D.clothes will be able to change their pattern

小题1:In what way is the library “pedestrian-friendly”?

B.It stands near a sidewalk.

小题2:Janey got the idea to build a library from __________.

D.a report on a Wisconsin-based organization

【小题1】What was the purpose of Edinburgh Festival at the beginning?

A.To bring Europe together again.

【小题2】Why did some uninvited theatre groups come to Edinburgh in 1947?

D.They wanted to take part in the festival.

小题1:Many scholars are making efforts to _____.

B.rescue the disappearing languages

小题2:What is Turin’s book based on?

D.His personal experience in Nepal.

小题3:Which of the following best describe Turin’s  Work?

C.Collect,protect and reconnect.

小题1:How will the new museums promote a popular culture of museums?

B.By showing what ordinary people have collected.

小题2:What can be learned about collectors from their collections?

A.Who they are.

小题3:Which of the following is an aim of the new museums?

C.To study the significance of collecting.

小题4:According to the last paragraph, people may stop collecting when they       

A.become adults

42. Why are pet owners asked to stay with their pets when they are out in cold weather?

A. To know when to bring them inside.

43. If pets are left on their own outdoors in cold weather, they may ___.

A. run short of clean water

小题1:Why did Mark touch the computer against his father’s warning?

C.He was so much attracted by it.

36. Why was Irene Curie awarded a Military Medal?

B. Because she contributed to saving the wounded.  

37. Where did Irene Curie meet her husband Frederic Joliot?

A. At the Curie Institute.   

Why is pink or purple a color for girls and blue or brown for boys?

  The answer depends largely on cultural values as well as personal experiences.To the Egyptians, green was a color that represented the hope and joy of spring, while for Muslims, it means heaven.Red is a symbol of good luck in many cultures.In China, children are given money in a red envelope to bring good fortune in the New Year.For many nations, blue is a symbol of protection and religious beliefs.Greek people often wear a blue necklace hoping to protect themselves against evils(灾祸).

  People's choice of colors is also influenced by their bodies' reactions(反应)toward them.Green is said to be the most restful color.It has the ability to reduce pain and relax people both mentally and physically.People who work in green environment have been found to have fewer stomach aches.

  Red can cause a person's blood pressure to rise and increase people's appetites(食欲).Many decorators will include different shades of red in the restaurant.Similarly, many commercial websites will have a red “Buy Now” button because red is a color that easily catches a person's eye.

...

小题1:Muslims regard green as a symbol of heaven mainly because of their _____  .

A.cultural values B.commercial purposes

C.personal experiences D.physical reactions to the color

小题2:Why will many commercial websites have a red “Buy Now” button?

A.To relax people physically.

B.To increase people’s appetites.

C.To encourage people to make a purchase.

D.To cause a person’s blood pressure to rise.

Mark and his brother Jason both were looking at the shining new computer enviously, Jason was determined not to go against their father"s wishes but Mark was more adventurous than his brother. He loved experimenting and his aim was to become a scientist like his father.

   “Dad will be really mad if he finds out you"ve been playing with his new computer.” Jason said, “He told us not to touch it.”

   “He won’t find out,” Mark said. “I"ll just have a quick look and shut it down.”

    Mark had been scolded before for touching his father"s equipment. But his curiosity was difficult to control and this new computer really puzzled him.

    It was a strange-looking machine — one his dad had brought home from the laboratory where he worked. “It’s an experimental model," his father had explained, “so don’t touch it under any circumstances.” But his father"s warning only made Mark more curious. Without any further thought, Mark turned on the power switch. The computer burst into life and seconds later, the screen turned into colors, shifting and changing and then two big white words appeared in the centre of the screen: “SPACE TRANSPORTER.”

...

小题1:Why did Mark touch the computer against his father"s warning?

A.He wanted to take a voyage. B.He wanted to practice his skill.

C.He was so much attracted by it. D.He was eager to do an experiment.

小题2: Where did the boys" father most likely work?

A.In an electronic factory. B.In a computer company.

C.In a scientific research center. D.In an information processing center.

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