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英语限时阅读训练(一)
第一部分 完型填空 阅读下面短文,撑握其大意,然后从 36~55 各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D),选出最佳选项。 Beth, my favourite dog, was murdered on November 25th, 2006. He

re I use the word―murder‖without 36 , because I know the killers were my 37 members. Though the dog was not as strong and beautiful as others, she 38 my childhood and I loved her. Beth was killed because she bit my 39 . Dad was so angry that he decided to kill her. I was unable to 40 my father and I dared not look on at that moment. But I can imagine how 41 and painful she was when she was 42 between life and death. She 43 have been calling me for help. 44 , I could do nothing but cry. Her death was caused by a bite, but has every one of my family thought why she went out of her 45 to bite people that day? The person just moved into our community last week and Beth was not familiar with him. She bit him to keep her owner safe. Should we 46 her life because of her 47 ? Human beings sometimes are selfish and 48 to animals. When the animal is useful, they 49 to be kind. But once the animal makes them angry or becomes useless, people 50 it, alongside all sweet 51 about it. How terrible! How I wish God had told me the end of her life 52 . Even if there was only one day, I would have taken a day off to 53 with her in the field. I’d untie the line around her 54 and let her run free 55 she was tired enough to go to sleep near my feet… 36.A.anger B.hesitation C.excuse D.complaint 37.A.family B.team C.human D.class 38.A.guided B.followed C.accompanied D.protected 39.A.classmate B.teacher C.friend D.neighbour 40.A.stop B.refuse C.persuade D.warn 41.A.disappointed B.separated C.helpless D.hopeless 42.A.struggling B.fighting C.shouting D.crying 43.A.should B.must C.could D.might 44.A.Instead B.Therefore C.However D.Besides 45.A.mind B.control C.place D.way 46.A.end B.kill C.complete D.give 47.A.kindness B.love C.mistake D.concern 48.A.cruel B.impolite C.rude D.stupid 49.A.determine B.appear C.pretend D.try 50.A.desert B.blame C.forget D.throw 51.A.events B.incidents C.memories D.laughs 52.A.before B.immediately C.in time D.in advance 53.A.walk B.relax C.communicate D.chase 54.A.neck B.head C.feet D.body 55.A.unless B.so C.until D.if 第二部分:阅读理解 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C 和 D)中,选出最佳选项。 A In today’s Internet age, online games can be a change from the pressure of school and work. However, they can also cause problems and unhealthy addictions. This is most clearly seen in the example of South Korea. This country has the world’s highest percentage of high – speed Internet services. It has also a high number of game players who are addicted to online games. In 2004, a young man died after playing online games almost nonstop for 86 hours. A 12 – year – old boy stole $ 16,000 from his father to continue online games which he could not get away from. Such problems are spreading to other parts of Asia as well. In 2005, it was reported that about 80 percent of China’s 13.8 million online game players were under 25. And many of these were said to be addicted. Such numbers point toward a growing problem among Chinese youth. Dr. Sue – Huei Chen, a psychologist (心理学家), discovered some signs of at – risk people. Such people often go online to escape from their problems. And they usually have no friendship or good social skills. They feel the need to spend more and more time online, so they may be absent from school or family. And they become upset if anyone tries to limit their online game playing. 56.The passage is mainly about .

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A.online game addiction B.problem caused by online games C.computer problems in Asia D.problems caused by young people 57.In the passage, the writer tells us a fact that . A.South Korea has a large number of Internet schools B.More and more young men are stealing money for online games C.China’s online game players are all under the age of 25 D.Online game addiction is a very common problem in South Korea 58.After reading the passage, we know that in China . A.many young people are playing online games for fun B.many young people are getting addicted to online games C.only those under 25 like to play online games for long periods D.80 percent of the Chinese depend on online games to get relaxed 59.According to the passage, are more likely to become addicted to online games. A.people under great pressure from school and work. B.people well known in the field of computer games C.people with unsolved problems and few friends D.people who’d like to take a risk in computer games B TEHERAN: Iran yesterday ignored growing international pressure to free 15 British sailors and marines, saying London should change its attitude over the nine-day standoff. Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki was quoted as saying on state television yesterday: ―Iran is waiting for a change in Britain’s attitude and a balanced stance(姿态) over our legal demands for apology.‖ Britain softened its attitude against Iran as its Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett expressed regret over the situation on Saturday. She urged Iran to solve the case peacefully, saying Britain was open to dialogue. ―We continue to express our willingness to have dialogues and discussions with Iran,‖ she said at a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Bremen, Germany. Iran seized the 15 British sailors and marines from what it said was ―Iranian territory‖, while Britain claims they were in ―Iraqi waters‖. In his first public comment on the crisis, US President George W. Bush said on Saturday that the 15 Britons’ being caught by Iran was ―inexcusable‖. Calling for their immediate, unconditional free, Bush said: ―Iran must give back the hostages(人质).‖ ―They’re innocent. They did nothing wrong.‖ But Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stuck to Iran’s tough line, insisting they had broken into Iranian waters. He called world powers ―arrogant(傲慢的)‖ for failing to apologize. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who holds of the European Union presidency, yesterday repeated the EU’s support for Britain, in her speech in Jerusalem. ―I repeat here that Britain has the full unity of the European Union in this matter. We demand the quick free of the 15 soldiers‖, she was quoted as saying. Iran has urged the EU to stay out of the issue and has accused Britain of deepening the crisis by raising it at the United Nations, which since December has passed two resolutions(决议) against Teheran for its nuclear program. (China Daily 04/02/2007) 60.The passage is mainly about _____________. A.the reason why Iran caught 15 British sailors B.Iran’s ignoring the pressure to free the British sailors C.the demand for freeing the sailors by Britain D.the different attitude between Iran and Britain 61.The underlined phrase in the 4th paragraph refers to __________. A.an Iranian village B.an Iranian island C.an Iranian sea D.an Iranian city 62.Which of the following statement is NOT true? A.Iran caught the 15 British sailors several months ago. B.At first Britain’s attitude to Iran was unfriendly. C.The USA and the EU stand on Britain’s side. D.The incident was brought up at the United Nations. 63.We can infer from the passage that ____________. A.Iran will not free the 15 British

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B.Iran will give in to the international pressure C.a war will break out between Iran and Britain. D.Iran will free the British sailors under certain condition. C Suppose you work in a big firm and find English very important for your job because you often deal with foreign businessmen.Now you are looking for a place where you can improve your English, especially your spoken English. Here are some advertisements about English language training from newspapers.You may find the information you need. Global English Centre ? General English in all four skills: listening , speaking ,reading and writing. ? 3-month(700 yuan),6-month(1,200 yuan)and one-year(2,000 yuan)courses. ? Choice of morning or evening classes, 3 hours perday , Mon.-Fri . ? Experienced college English teachers. ? Close to city center and bus stops. Tel: 67605272 Add : 105 Zhongshan Road ,100082 Modern Language School ? Special courses in English for business, travel , banking , hotel management and office skills. ? Small classes(12~16 students ) on Sat.& Sun.from 2:00p.m – 5:00p.m ? Native English teachers from Canada and USA ? Language lab and computers supplied. ? 3-month course:1,050 yuan ? 6-month course:1,850 yuan Write or phone: Modern Language School , 675 Park Road,100056 Tel: 67353019 The 21st Century English Training Centre ? specialize in effective teaching at all levels. We ? offer morning or afternoon class, both of which last three months and a half at a cost of 800 yuan. We ? also have a six-week TOEFL preparation class during winter and summer holidays. We ? Entrance exams: June 1 and December 1. ? Only 15-minute walk from city center. Call 67801642 for more information The International House of English ?Three/Six-month English courses for students of all levels at very low cost:60 yuan for 12 hours per week; convenient class hours: 9:00 a.m.—12:00 a.m.and 2:00p.m.-5:00p.m. ? four-month evening programme for developing speaking skills(same cost as day classes). A ? Well-trained Chinese and foreign teachers experienced in teaching English as a second/foreign language. ? Free sightseeing and social activities. For further information call 57432308 64.You work from 9:00 a.m.to 4:30 p.m.every day.Which schools will you choose? A.Global English Centre and Modern Language School. B.Global English Centre and the International House. C.Modern Language School and the 21st Century. D.the 21st Century and the International House. 65.The 21st Century's difference from the other three schools is that___ A.its teaching quality is better. B.it is nearest to the city center C.its courses are more advanced D.it requires an entrance examination 66.You will probably prefer to go to the International House because it _____ A.offers free sightseeing and social activities B.has a special course in spoken English C.costs less than the other schools D.has native English teacher 67.Modern Language School runs only _______ .

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A.big classes B.small classes C.normal classes D.special classes D Did you know that vegetables can grow in the climates they are not used to? Cool climate vegetables like asparagus (芦笋) are now able to be grown in places as hot as Hawaii. In Hawaii, marine (海的)engineers have been able to actually let you believe such vegetables that they are living in cooler climates. In that way they grow faster and taste better. What these engineers have been using is very simply cold sea water. How did they use it? They place pipes in the soil and cold water flowing through them cools the earth. This causes plant growth and enables gardeners in tropical climates to grow crops from cooler climates. Also some of these pipes are exposed to the air and they make the air ―wet‖ and thus water the gardens. What especially makes people happy about this process is that nothing to the natural conditions is being used. Another new use for cold ocean water is to cool buildings. Engineers believe that for example the entire west coast of the United States could be air-conditioned using seawater. 68. What does the new system enable the gardeners to do? A. Water the field with seawater. B. Grow asparagus in hot places. C. Grow cool climate vegetables in hot areas. D. Cool the soil. 69. Sea water mentioned in the passage is mainly used to________. A. water the farms B. water the gardens C. cool the air D. make the earth cool 70. What is the report mainly about? A. How to grow vegetables in hot areas. B. How to grow crops in tropical climates. C. How to cool the soil. D. How to use sea water. 71. It can be inferred from the passage that ________. A. sea water can act as an air-conditioner B. asparagus are only grown in hot places C. the writer wants to tell us something about scientific advance D. sea water has many advantages 完形填空 阅读理解 BACDA CABCD ACABA CDBAC BDBC BCAD BDBB CDDC

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英语限时阅读训练(二) 第一部分 完型填空 阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。 One happy day Abe' s father brought home a new wife, Sarah Bush Lincoln. Abe and Nancy liked their cheerful, kind 16 . She 17 three children of her own, John, Sarah and Matilda. Now, the house was 18 again, with five children in it. Sarah Lincoln was a 19 mother. She 20 the house clean and a kettle of hot food cooking. She listened to the children talk and laughed at their fun. One day Abe 21 a joke. The ceiling had just been whitewashed. Dennis Hanks, Abe' s older cousin, loved mischief(恶作剧) 22 Abe did. Abe got Dennis to push him 23 down on his shoulders. Then Abe reached up and made 24 across the clean white ceiling. Abe was sure his stepmother would be 25 .She would wonder who 26 have walked on the ceiling. Abe's stepmother 27 one look at the footprints. "Nobody but Abe Lincoln would ever have thought 28 such a thing.‖ She said. 29 the ceiling was spoiled, she laughed. Abe cheerfully helped his stepmother clean up. When Abe grew older he worked harder. He helped in his father's farm. He milked 30 and chopped down trees. Some of the other farmers 31 Abe to work for them. Abe’s favorite work was 32 grain to the mill. He had to wait for his turn to have the grain ground(磨碎) into flour. He had 33 time to listen to the men 34 and swap(交换) stories. Abe loved to swap stories. All his life, Abe Lincoln remembered his own mother. He never 35 his stepmother' s kindness and patience. When he had been elected President, he went back to visit his stepmother before he went to Washington. 16. A. mother B. father C. stepmother D. children 17. A. born B. brought C. carried D. took 18. A. lively B. full C. filling D. lovely 19. A. busy B. cheerful C. clever D. kind 20. A. made B. let C. kept D. had 21. A. did B. played C. said D. told 22. A. as many as B. as much as C. as soon as D. as good as 23. A. forwards B. inside C. up D. upside 24. A. faces B. a joke C. pictures D. footprints 25. A. angry B. happy C. puzzled D. surprising 26. A. might B. could C. must D. should 27. A. took B. did C. made D. brought 28. A. about B. over C. on D. up 29. A. Because B. Even though C. Since D. As though 30. A. babies B. cattle C. cows D. oxen 31. A. had B. made C. rented D. hired 32. A. taking B. selling C. buying D. having 33. A. no B. little C. plenty of D. a great deal 34. A. telling B. saying C. sing D. talk 35. A. remembered B. forgot C. visited D. missed 第二部分 阅读理解 阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。 (A) The term ―formal learning‖ refers to all learning which takes place in the classroom regardless of whether such learning is informed by conservative or progressive ideologies(思想意识). ―Informal learning‖, on the other hand, is

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used to refer to learning which takes place outside the classroom. These definitions(定义) provide the basic difference between the two models of learning. Formal learning is separated from daily life and may actually promote ways of learning and thinking which often run counter to those obtained form practical daily life. A characteristic feature of formal learning is the centrality of activities which can prepare for the changes of adult life outside the classroom, but it cannot, by its nature, consist of these challenges. In doing this, language plays an important role as a major channel for information exchange. The language of the classroom is more similar to the language used by middle-class families than that used by working-class families. Middle class children thus find it easier to gain the language of the classroom than their working-class classmates. Informal learning, in contrast, occurs in the setting to which it relates, making learning immediately relevant (相关 的). In this context, language does not occupy such an important role: the child's experience of learning is more direct, involving sight, touch, taste, and smell senses that are not used in the classroom. Whereas formal learning is transmitted by teachers selected to perform this role, informal learning is gained as a natural part of child's socialization. Adults or older children who are proficient (熟练的) in skill or activity provide --- sometimes unintentionally (无意义地)---target models of behavior in the course of everyday activity. Informal learning, therefore, can take place at any time and place. The motivation of learner provides another important difference between the two models of learning. The formal learner is generally motivated by some kind of external goal such as parental approval, social status, and possible financial reward. The informal learner, however, tends to be motivated by successful completion of the task itself and the partial knowledge of adult status. Given that learning systems develop as a response to the social and economic contexts in which they are firmly, it is understandable that modern, high urbanized (城 市化 ) societies have concentrated almost specially on the establishment of formal education systems. What these societies have failed to recognize are the ways in which formal learning inhibits the child's multi-sensory acquisition of practical skills. The failure to provide a child with a direct education may in part account for many of the social problems which trouble our societies. 36. Formal learning and informal learning are mainly told differences by_________. A. the place where they take place B. the kind of knowledge to be obtained C. the people who learn D. the language used in instruction 37. The language used in classroom instruction explains________. A. how learning can take place efficiently B. why it is not easy for children of working-class families to get high scores C. why informal learning is more important D. why formal learning does not work with children of middle-class families 38. In informal learning_________. A. children usually follow the examples of adults to shape their own behavior B. children's learning is more direct C. children are highly motivated by the learning activity it self D. all of the above 39. The author's attitude towards the present state of formal learning is _______. A. agreeable B. critical C. suspecting D. indifferent (B) Humanity uses a little less than half the water available world wide. Yet occurrence of shortages and droughts are causing famine and distress in some areas and industrial and agricultural by-products are polluting water supplies. Since the world's population is expected to double in the next 50 years, many experts think we are on the edge of a

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widespread water crisis. But that doesn't have to be the outcome. Water shortages do not have to trouble the world if we start valuing water more than we have in the past. Just as we began to appreciate petroleum more after the 1970s oil crises, today we must start looking at water from a fresh economic perspective. We can no longer afford to consider water a virtually free resource of which we can use as much as we like in any way we want. Instead, for all users except the domestic demand of the poor, governments should price water to reflect its actual value. This means charging a fee for the water itself as well as for the supply costs. Governments should also protect this resource by providing water in more economically and environmentally sound ways. For example, often the cheapest way to provide irrigation water in the dry tropics is through small-scale projects, such as gathering rainfall in depressions (凹地) and pumping it to nearby cropland. No matter what steps governments take to provide water efficiently, they must change their institutional and legal approaches to water use. Rather than spread control among hundreds or even thousands of local, regional, and national agencies that watch various aspects of water use, countries should set up central authorities to coordinate water policy. 40. What is the real cause of the potential water crisis? A. Only half of the world's water can be used. B. The world population is increasing faster and faster. C. Half of the world's water resources have been seriously polluted. D.Humanity has not placed sufficient value on water resources. 41. As indicated in the passage, the water problem _______. A. is already serious in certain parts of the world B. has been exaggerated by some experts in the field C. posed a challenge to the technology of building reservoirs D. is underestimated by government organizations at different levels 42. According to the author, the water price should _____________. A. be reduced to the minimum B. stimulate domestic demand C. correspond to its real value D. in underestimated by government organizations at different levels 43. The author says that in some hot and dry areas it is advisable to __________. A. build big lakes to store water B. Construct big pumping stations C. build small and cheap irrigation systems D. channel water from nearby rivers to cropland 44. In order to raise the efficiency of the water supply, measures should be taken to ______. A. guarantee (保证) full protection of the environment B. centralize the management of water resources C. increase the sense of responsibility of agencies at all levels D. encourage local and regional control of water resources (C) Even before my father left us, my mother had to go back to work to support our family. Once I came out of the kitchen, complaining, "Mom, I can't peel potatoes. I have only one hand." Mom never looked up from sewing. "You get yourself into that kitchen and peel those potatoes," she told me. "And don't ever use that as an excuse for anything again!" In the second grade, our teacher lined up my class oh the playground and had each of us race across the monkey bars, swinging from one high steel rod to the next. When it was my turn, I shook my head. Some kids behind me laughed, and I went home crying. That night I told Morn about it. She hugged me, and I saw her "we'll see about that" look. The next afternoon, she took me back to school. At the deserted playground, Mom looked carefully at the bars.

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"Now, pull up with your fight arm," she advised. She stood by as I struggled to lift myself with my right hand until I could hook the bar with my other elbow. Day after day we practiced, and she praised me for every rung I reached. I’d never forget the next time, crossing the rungs. I looked down at the kids who were standing with their mouths open. One night, after a dance at my new junior high, I lay in bed sobbing. I could hear Mom come into my room. "Mom," I said, weeping, "none of the girls would dance with me." For a long time, I didn't hear anything. Then she said, "Oh, honey, someday you'll be beating those boys off with a bat." Her voice was faint and cracking. I peeked out from my covers to see tears running down her cheeks. Then I knew how much she suffered on my behalf. She had never let me see her tears. 45. Which of the following expressions can be used most suitably to describe Mom's attitude when she made the child to peel potatoes? A. Cruel. B. Serious. C. Strict. D. Cold. 46. From the passage, we know monkey bars can help a child train __ A. the skill to throw and catch things B. the speed of one's hand movement C. the strength and skill to hang and sway D. the bodily skill to rotate round a bar 47. What does the sentence "I saw her 'we'll see about that' look" imply? A. Mom believed every aim could be achieved if you stuck to it. B. The race across monkey bars was not difficult enough for a child to give up. C. Mom was determined to prove she herself was better than the teacher. D. What the child had said brought Mom great attraction and curiosity. 48. When the child looked down at the kids, they were standing with their mouths open because_______. A. they felt sorry for what they had done before B. they were afraid the author might fall off and get hurt C. they wanted to see what the author would do on the bars D. they were astonished to find the author's progress 49 The most probable conclusion we can draw after reading the passage is _______. A. the last incident was sad enough to make Mom weep B. the child's experience reminded Mom of that of her own C. Mom could solve any problem except the one in the last paragraph D. in fact Mom suffered more in the process of the child's growth (D) The human body has developed its millions of nerves to be highly aware of what goes on both inside and outside of it. This helps us adjust to the outside world. Without our nerves and our brain, which is a system of nerves, we couldn’t know what’s happening. But we pay for our sensitivity. We can feel pain when the slightest thing is wrong with any part of our body. The history of torture(折磨) is based on the human body being open to pain. But there is a way to handle pain. Look at the Indian fakir(苦行僧) who sits on a bed of nails. Fakirs can put a needle right through an arm, and feel no pain. This ability that some humans have developed to handle pain should give us ideas about how the mind can deal with pain. The big thing in withstanding pain is our attitude toward it. If the dentist says, ―This will hurt a little,‖ it helps us to accept the pain. By staying relaxed, and by treating the pain as an interesting sensation, we can handle the pain without failing apart. After all, although pain is unpleasant sensation, it is still a sensation, and sensations are the stuff of life. 50. What does the writer mean by saying ―we pay for our sensitivity‖ in the first paragraph? A. We have to take care of our sense of pain. B. We suffer from our sense of feeling. C. We should try hard to resist pain. D. We are hurt when we feel pain. 51. When the author mentions the Indian fakir, he shows that _______.

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A. fakirs possess magic power B. Indians are not afraid of pain C. people can learn to cope with pain D. some people are born without a sense of pain 52. What is essential for people to stand pain according to the writer? A. Their relaxation. B. Their interest C. Their nerves. D. Their attitude. (E) The eight airlines of the Oneworld alliance(联盟) have joined forces to give world travelers a simple way to plan and book a round-the-world journey. It’s called the Oneworld Explorer program. Oneworld Explorer is the perfect solution for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday or an extended business trip. It’s a great way for you to explore the four corners of the earth in the safe hands of the eight Oneworld airlines. You can have hundreds of destinations to choose from, because the Oneworld network covers the globe. And as you travel around the world, you’ll have the support of 260,000 people from all our airlines, who are devoted to the success of your journey, helping you make smooth transfers and offering support all along the way. The Oneworld goal is to make global travel easier and more rewarding for every one of our travelers. We try our best to make you feel at home, no matter how far from home your journey may take you. We can offer travelers benefits on a scale beyond the reach of our individual networks. You’ll find more people and more information to guide you at every stage of your trip, making transfers smoother and global travel less of a challenge. 53. The Oneworld Explorer program is said to be most suitable for those who ______. A. have been to the four corners of the earth B. travel around the world on business C. want to explore the eight airlines D. need support all along the way 54. The advantage of the alliance lies in_______. A. its detailed travel information B. its unique booking system C. its longest business flights D. its global service network 55. We can learn from the last paragraph that Oneworld _______. A. offers the lowest prices to its passengers B. keeps passengers better informed of its operations C. offers better services than any of its member airlines alone D. is intended to make round-the-world trips more challenging

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