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高中英语阅读表达专项训练(含答案)


高二英语阅读表达训练(1)
Most people think that making a film is exciting. In fact, sometimes it is and sometimes it isn’t. Earlier this year, I worked in a new film. It was about a bomb threat on

a big British ship. Two hundred people were needed to act as the passengers in the film. I was one of them. Before we left, we were wanted to bring some warm clothes. These were necessary because the ship was going to spend the whole 16 days sailing in bad weather. Then the day came and we sailed out of Dover. The boat had on board the film crew, the director, the actors and actresses including Brinksley Meers, who acted the leading role, and us-200 amateur extras. People came for different purposes. Some wanted to meet Brinksley Meers in person. Others were curious to see how a film was made. A housewife with her three children came for free holiday and a bit of adventure. During the voyage, a lot of people were very seasick. And although the work was very interesting, it was also very hard. We often worked all day on one scene, performing it again and again under the hot lights. In the evenings, there were drinks in the bar, but most people were so tired that they went to bed early. The next day often began at 6:30 in the morning, sometimes with breakfast being filmed. When the ship finally returned to port, most people had enjoyed the trip, but were also so tired that they at least needed a week’s holiday. Answer the following questions: 1. Which role did the author act in the film? _______________________________________________________________________________. 2. Why the film crew were asked to bring some warm clothes? _______________________________________________________________________________. 3. Who acted the leading role? _______________________________________________________________________________. 4. Why the author said “they at least needed a week’s holiday”? _______________________________________________________________________________. 5. Can you infer author’s purpose of writing this article?

Remember: When an accident happens, telephone for an ambulance at once. Keep the injured person warm and quiet. Give him plenty of air. Do not let other people crowd around him. 1. What’s the best title for the passage? ____________________________________________________________________________ 2. What’s the symptom when someone goes into shock? _______________________________________________________________________________ 3. Please fill in the blank with proper words or phrases to complete the sentence. _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. What’s the author’s purpose of writing the passage? _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. Translate the underlined sentence in the last but one paragraph into Chinese. _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

高二英语阅读表达训练(3)
There are a number of special days of the year that are celebrated in different countries. One of the most popular of these, even though it is fairly recent, is Mother’s Day. Mothers have always been highly regarded in all cultures. The Ancient Romans had a festival known as Hilaria, during which children took presents to the temple of the “Mother of the Gods”. The Christian Church adopted this idea and called it Mothering Sunday. However, over the years the custom was gradually forgotten and almost disappeared by the end of the 19th century. Born in 1864 in Virginia, USA, Anna Jarvis was a school teacher and believed children should show gratitude to their mothers for all their love and care. Encouraged by a friend, she wrote to thousands of important people---politicians, churchmen, doctors, city officials---and asked them to support her ideas: a special day of the year for thanking mothers. In 1910 the Governor of West Virginia introduced Mother’s Day into the state. The date chosen was May 10---the second Sunday in May, which is still observed in America today. This date was chosen because May 10 was the date on which in 1908 Anna Jarvis’s mother died. In 1914 President Woodrow Wilson made May 10 the official date for Mother’s Day throughout the United States. Soon there was a Mother’s Day International Association and the custom began to be adopted in many countries of the world. Anna Jarvis, a sad and disillusioned woman died in 1948. The custom she had worked so hard to establish and which had become almost universal had lost its original purpose. It had been taken over by business. As with Christmas, the giving of presents and the sending of cards had become a multi-million-dollar industry. (296words) 1. What is the story about? _______________________________________________________________________________. 2. In which country was Hilaria celebrated as a festival? _______________________________________________________________________________. 3. What did Anna Jarvis want to do for mothers? _______________________________________________________________________________. 4. Why was May 10 the date for Mother’s Day? _______________________________________________________________________________. 5. Why was Anna Jarvis not happy with Mother’s Day when she died? _______________________________________________________________________________.
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高二英语阅读表达训练(2)
First aid means the aid or the help that can be given to an injured person first, that is, before any other help arrives. Nowadays there is usually a telephone not far away and the first things we should do, if a serious accident happens, is_____________________________. Sometimes quick action by us may save someone’s life. Shock. People often suffer from shock after receiving an injury, sometimes even when the injure is a small one. The face turns gray, and the skin becomes damp and cold. They breathe quickly. They should be kept warm. Cover them with a blanket and give them a warm drink. Broken bones. Do not move the patient. Send for an ambulance at once. Bleeding. A little bleeding doesn’t harm. It washes dirt from the wound. But if the bleeding continues, try to stop it by placing a clean cloth firmly over the wound until the bleeding stops or helps arrive. Poison. A person who has taken poison should be taken to a hospital at once. With some poisons, sleeping pills, for example, it is a good thing to make the patient throw up by pressing your fingers down his throat.

高二英语阅读表达训练(4)
There are more than 1,500 daily newspapers in the US. Each one is sold only in one part of the country, e.g. in a city, but they cover national and international news. In large cities there are often more than one newspaper and the different ones express different political opinions. Some newspapers are sold in nearly all parts of the US, e.g. USA today and the National Edition of the New York Times. Two other newspapers, the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post are known and respected all over the US but cannot be bought everywhere. Other important newspapers are: the Boston Globe, sold in New England, the Chicago Tribune, sold in the Mid-West, the Christian Science Monitor and USA today, both sold nationally, and the Washington Post on the East Coast. There are also weekly newspapers in all parts of the US which cover local news,。Daily and Sunday newspapers Daily newspapers are published on every day of the week except Sunday. Sunday newspapers are very big, often having several separate parts. They contain many larger articles and a lot of advertisements. Each section deals with a different subject, e.g. national and international news, sports, travel, etc. One section, the classifieds has advertisements for jobs and things for sale. Another section is called the funnies. There is often a magazine which is in color. Alternative newspapers In the 1960s a group of newspapers began to appear that were later called in “alternative press”. They expressed extreme political opinions, especially left-wing opinions. Many of the newspapers which were part of this movement, such as the Village Voice《乡村之声》 or the Reader 《读者》 in Chicago, are less extreme today and more widely read. 1. What are “alternative newspapers”? _______________________________________________________________________________. 2. Give some examples of newspapers that are sold in nearly all parts of the US. _______________________________________________________________________________. 3. Can you buy the Christian Science Monitor everywhere in the US? Why or why not? _______________________________________________________________________________. 4. Is the Washington Post a national newspaper or a local one? _______________________________________________________________________________. 5. Translate the underlined sentence. _______________________________________________________________________________. _______________________________________________________________________________.

will be talking before the meal, during the meal and long after the meal. On Thanksgiving morning there are sporting events and parades(游行) in many cities to mark the day. The family dinner is usually held in the afternoon around 4 o’clock. The mother will prepare the meal and the father will carve the turkey. He will preside (主持) at the head of the table. The meal will begin with a short prayer of Thanksgiving to God for the blessings the family received. The father will also thank the family for coming together on this day. During the meal there is plenty of food for everyone present. The meal is a very joyful time. When the meal is over some will help with the dishes and others will return to the living-room to talk or watch television. In may ways the festival of Thanksgiving is similar to the Chinese festival of Mid-autumn Day. It is a time for the family to get together for dinner. 1. What is best title of the passage? ( Please answer within 10 words) _______________________________________________________________________________. 2. Why does the writer say Thanksgiving is a family holiday in America? _______________________________________________________________________________. 3. On that day, how does the family dinner beginning? _______________________________________________________________________________. 4. Which holiday do you like better, Thanksgiving or Mid-autumn Day? Why? _______________________________________________________________________________. 5. Translate the underlined sentence into Chinese? _______________________________________________________________________________. _______________________________________________________________________________.

高二英语阅读表达训练(6)
Habits, whether good or bad, are gradually formed. When a person does a certain thing again, he is driven by some unseen force to do the same thing repeatedly; then a habit is formed. Once a habit is formed, it is difficult, and sometimes impossible, to get rid of. It is therefore very important that we should pay great attention to the formation of habits. Children often form bad habits, some of which remain with them as long as they live. Older persons also form bad habits as long as they live, and sometimes become ruined by them. There are other habits which, when formed in early life, are of great help. Many successful men say that much of their success has something to do with certain habits in early life, such as early rising, honesty and so on. Among the habits which children should not form are laziness, lying, stealing and so on. They are all easily formed habits. Unfortunately older persons often form bad habits which should have been avoided. We should keep away from all these bad habits, and try to form such habits as will be good for ourselves and others. 1. Generally speaking, it is difficult for one to(1) _____________________________________ and easy for him to(2)__________________________________. 2. We should pay much attention to the formation of habits because _______________________________________________________________________________. 3._________________________________________________________ are formed little by little. 4. According to the passage, ____________________________are habits that have something to do with success. 5. What would be the best title for the passage? _________________________________________
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高二英语阅读表达训练(5)
On the fourth Thursday in November, Americans celebrate the festival of Thanksgiving. This festival is a time when the family comes together for a meal and gives thanks to God for the blessings they have received. The first Thanksgiving festival was celebrated by the early American settlers who gave thanks to God for their good harvest. In America, Thanksgiving is a family holiday. It is on that holiday that all the family make a special effort to get together. The feast(宴席)is always held on Thursday and most people have a four-day holiday from school and work. Thus they are able to travel a great distance to be with their family. The Thanksgiving meal is traditionally turkey, which was the food for the first Thanksgiving. The table is filled with fruits, walnuts and many kinds of vegetables. For dessert the main choice is usually pumpkin pie. The meal is a time for the members of the family to talk to each other. There

高二英语阅读表达训练(7)
A big part of being an effective team member is being a good listener. Do you think your listening skills could use some improving? Simply remember the LADDER to become a better listener. Look at the person speaking to you. If you make eye contact, the speaker feels like he has your undivided attention. If an individual comes into your office to talk, stop what you're doing. Ask questions. This shows you're interested and that you're hearing what he's saying. Don't interrupt. When you interrupt, the speaker feels you're not interested in what he's saying and will be frustrated by the inability to finish a complete thought. Take the time to listen – just relax and open your ears! Don't change the subject. Changing the subject indicates that your mind is elsewhere. It shows ___________________ what's being said at that moment, and this makes the speaker feel insignificant. Respond verbally and non-verbally. Using an enthusiastic tone shows you're interested in what the speaker is saying. Smiling helps too! Avoid crossing your arms since this can be interpreted as being closed off. If you're speaking with someone who's sitting, you should sit too. Standing over someone is too authoritative and may make the other person feel uncomfortable. If you're unsure whether you're a good listener or not, simply take the following test. In your next meeting or conversation, make a mental note or, even better, jot down on a piece of paper the number of times you interrupt. The fewer marks there are on your paper, the better listener you are! This seems like a silly test, but you may be surprised by the quantity of marks on your paper. After all, the worst listeners usually aren't aware that their listening skills need some attention or improvement. 1.What’s the best title of the passage? (Within 10 words ) _______________________________________________________________________________. 2. Which sentence in the passage can be replaced by the following one? You think it is unnecessary to improve your listening skills because they are good enough. _______________________________________________________________________________. 3. Please fill in the blank to complete the sentence. (Within 10 words) _______________________________________________________________________________. 4. Which of the suggestions do you think is the best for you? Why? (Within 30 words) _______________________________________________________________________________. _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. Translate the underlined sentence in the second paragraph into Chinese. _______________________________________________________________________________.

considered in danger. Why should people care? Because we need animals. And because once they are gone, there will never be any more. Animals are more than beautiful or interesting or a source of food. Every animal has its place in the balance of nature. Destroying one kind of animal can create many problems. For example, when farmers killed large numbers of hawks (老鹰), the farmers’ stores of corn and grain were destroyed by rats and mice. Why? Because hawks eat rats and mice. With no hawks to keep down their numbers, the rats and mice multiplied(繁殖)quickly. Luckily, some people are working to help save the animals. Some groups raise money to let people know about the problem. And they try to get the governments to pass laws protecting animals in danger. Quite a few countries have passed laws. These laws forbid the killing of any animals or plant on the danger list. Slowly, the number of some animals in danger is growing.[230] 1. Why are animals important to us?________________________________________________ 2. What has happened to the animals on the earth? _______________________________________________________________________________. 3. What is the animals’ future according to the passage?__________________________________ 4. What is the best title for the passage? ______________________________________________ 5. Translate the underlined sentence in the second paragraph into Chinese. _______________________________________________________________________________

高二英语阅读表达训练(9)
Rome had the Forum, London has Speaker’s Corner. Now always-on-the-go New Yorkers have Liz and Bill. Liz and Bill, two college graduates in their early 20s, have spent a whole year trying to have thousands of people talk to them in subway stations and on busy street corners. Just talk. Using a 2-foot-tall sign that says,“Talk to Me,” they attract conversationalists, who one evening included a mental patient, and men in business suits. They don’t collect money. They don’t push religion(宗教). So what’s the point? “To see what happens,” said Liz. “ We simply enjoy life with open communication.” Shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks, they decided to walk from New York City to Washington, a 270-mile trip. They found they loved talking to people along the way and wanted to continue talking with strangers after their return. “It started as a crazy idea,” Liz said.“ We were so curious about all the strangers walking by with their life stories. People will talk to us about anything: their jobs, their clothes, their childhood experiences, anything.” Denise wanted to talk about an exam she was about to take. She had stopped by for the second time in two days, to let the two listeners know how it went. Marcia had lost her husband to a serious disease. “That was very heavy on my mind,” Marcia said, “To be able to talk about it to total strangers was very good,” she explained. To celebrate a year of talking, the two held a get-together in a city park for all the people they had met over the past year. A few hundred people showed up, as well as some television cameramen and reporters. They may plan more parties or try to attract more people to join their informal talks. Some publishers have expressed interest in a book, something they say they’ll consider. 1. What did Liz and Bill start doing after they graduated from college?______________________
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高二英语阅读表达训练(8)
Animals are natural resources that people have wasted all through our history. Animals have been killed for their fur and feathers, for food, for sport, and simply because they were in the way. Thousands of kinds of animals have disappeared from the earth forever. Hundreds more are on the danger list today. About 170 kinds in the United States alone are

2. What they have been doing can be described as (use one adjective word) 3. Why are Denise and Marcia mentioned in the text? _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. According to the text, what will Liz and Bill do in the future? _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. According to the text, do they like the idea of writing a book? ___________________________

高二英语阅读表达训练(10)
Desertification and Sandstorms (DSS) has great environmental _____ that cause large economic losses, has a serious effect on public health over a wide area, and sometimes takes human life. For example, the DSS on 5 May, 1993 directly affected1.1 million square kilometers in China, which resulted in 85 persons dead, 256injured, 120,000 livestock dead or lost, and a great deal of cropland damaged. The two worst DSSs in the ten years took place in March and April 2002. They swept across Mongolia and hit 18 provinces in China, the Korean Peninsular, and a large area of Japan. The DSS in April forced Mongolia to close its international airport in Ulaanbaatar for 3 days, and the Republic of Korea to close some schools and take off more than 40 flights from Kimpo Airport in Seoul. Natural causes of DSS are large desert and semi desert areas, strong winds from Siberia sweeping these DSS originating source areas, lasting drought, and other natural disasters. Their effects have been strengthened, however, by human activities over the last few years, particularly through overgrazing, deforestation, and overexploitation of water resources in the DSS originating source areas, which lead to rapid land desertification. So, effective actions are urgently needed in the DSS originating source areas in China and Mongolia to prevent desertification of the land, before the situation becomes worse. 1. Fill in the blank in paragraph 1.________________ (one word) 2. Why do we call DSS a natural disaster? _______________________________________________________________________________ 3. How many people died in the DSS on 5 may, 1993?____________________________________ 4. What areas did the DSSs hit in March and April 2002? _______________________________________________________________________________ 5. Can you describe some causes of DSS? _______________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________

"I've heard of them," I said. "Super rats." "Right," she says. "Now you tell me," she says, "what lives on rats? Fleas, right? Fleas. So-the bigger the rats, the bigger the fleas. Stands to reason. These rats, they feed on all the old garbage that people throw down on the lines. It's amazing what people throw away, you know." She told me they found a steak down there once, lipstick, a bowler hat, beads, a box of eggs and hundreds and hundreds of sweets-especially Maltesers and those balls of bubble gum(泡泡糖) you get out of slot machines. Anyway, the rats eat these, get big, and it seems that one day they were working the Bakerloo Line-Elephant and Castle to Finchley Road-and just before Baker Street one of the women in the gang was looking ahead, and she screamed out: "Look-look-what's that?" Up in front was a great, grey, spiky thing with huge hairy legs and big jaws. It was as big as a big dog-bigger. (314 words) 1. Where was the writer when he started talking to the woman? ____________________________ 2. The woman told him about _________________________________(within 10 words to answer) 3. Why did the fleas grow bigger?____________________________________________________ 4. The underlined word "garbage" refers to ___________ (one word) 5. In which city is the story set in? _____________________________

高二英语阅读表达训练(12)
One of New York’s most beautiful and valuable buildings is in danger. The New York Public Library, in the heart of the city at 42nd Street and 5th Avenue, many have to close its doors. The library is a very special place. Even though it is in the busiest part of the city, it has grass and trees around it, and benches for people to sit on. Even more unusual in crowded New York, its rooms are very large. The roof of the main reading-room is fifty-one feet high. Here, a reader can sit and think and work in comfort. And what books are there to work with? The library has over thirty million books and paintings. It owns one of the first copies of a play by Shakespeare, a Bible printed by Gutenberg in the 15th century, and a letter written by Columbus in which he tells of finding the new world. Every New Yorker can see and use the library’s riches free. But the cost of running the library has risen rapidly in recent years, and the library hasn’t enough money to continue its work. In the past, it was open every evening and also on Saturdays and Sundays. Now it is closed at those times, to save money. The library is trying every possible way to raise more money to meet its increasing costs. Well-known New York writers and artists are trying to help .So are the universities, whose students use the library, and the government of New York City and New York State. But the problem remains serious. Yet a way must be found to save the library because, as one writer said, “The Public Library is the most important building in New York City--- it contains all our knowledge.” 1. What part of New York City is the Public Library at? _______________________________________________________________________________ 2. What does the library have? _______________________________________________________________________________ 3. When is the library open now? _______________________________________________________________________________ 4. How much does a New Yorker have to pay to the library?______________________________ 5. Why is the library so important?__________________________________________________
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高二英语阅读表达训练(11)
Not long ago I was in a pub called the Elephant and Castle in London, and I got talking to a woman, an oldish 稍老的) ( woman. We were talking about this and that, and she said she used to be a cleaner down in the Underground. They sweep out between the lines on one station, and then, in a group of about six or seven, walk on to the next station along the lines in the tunnels. Anyway this woman ( I don't know her name) says to me: "Did you ever hear talk of the Bakerloo flea?" "Bakerloo flea?" I said. "No, no, never." "Well," she said, "you know there are rats down there-down the Underground? Hundreds of them. “The thing is," she said, "that some of them have grown enormous(巨大的). Huge great big things."

高二英语阅读表达训练参考答案 Answers: (1) 1. a passenger 2. The ship was going to spend the whole 16 days sailing in bad weather. 3. Brinksley Meers 4. They were very tired. 5. He wanted to tell us making a film wasn’t just exciting. It may be tiring. Answers:(2) 1. How to offer First Aid 2. The face turns gray, the skin becomes damp and cold, and they breathe quickly. 3. To telephone for an ambulance / to make a call for help 4 To tell us some advice on how to deal with common accidents. 5. 如果有人服用了有毒的药物,比如安眠药,比较好的办法是用手指压在他的喉咙上使他呕 吐。 Answers(3) 1. The origin of a special day for mothers. 2. Ancient Rome. 3. Introduce a celebration for mothers. 4. Because this was the date when Anna Jarvis’s mother died. 5. Because people were too interested in making it a business. Answers:(4) 1. They appeared in the1960s and expressed extreme political opinions, especially left-wing opinions. 2. USA today, and the National Edition of the New York Times. 3. Yes. Because it is sold nationally. 4. A local newspaper. 5. 这些报纸中的许多就是这一运动的一部分,例如芝加哥的《乡村之声》和《读者》 ,今天已 经不那么激进,并且被人们广泛阅读。 Answers:(5) 1. How to celebrate Thanksgiving 2. It is on that holiday that all the family make a special effort to get together. 3. The meal will begin with a short prayer of Thanksgiving to God for the blessings the family received. 4. choose one and give some reasons 5.在这个时候全家人聚到一起吃饭,以感谢上帝对他们的恩赐。 Answers: (6) 1. (1)form good habits;(2) form bad habits 2. Because once a habit is formed, it is difficult, and sometimes impossible, to get rid of. 3.Both good habits and bad habits / Habits, whether good or bad, 4.early rising and honesty 5.The Importance of Habits Formation

高二英语阅读表达训练参考答案 Answers: (1) 1. a passenger 2. The ship was going to spend the whole 16 days sailing in bad weather. 3. Brinksley Meers 4. They were very tired. 5. He wanted to tell us making a film wasn’t just exciting. It may be tiring. Answers:(2) 1. How to offer First Aid 2. The face turns gray, the skin becomes damp and cold, and they breathe quickly. 3. To telephone for an ambulance / to make a call for help 4 To tell us some advice on how to deal with common accidents. 5. 如果有人服用了有毒的药物,比如安眠药,比较好的办法是用手指压在他的喉咙上使他呕 吐。 Answers(3) 1. The origin of a special day for mothers. 2. Ancient Rome. 3. Introduce a celebration for mothers. 4. Because this was the date when Anna Jarvis’s mother died. 5. Because people were too interested in making it a business. Answers:(4) 1. They appeared in the1960s and expressed extreme political opinions, especially left-wing opinions. 2. USA today, and the National Edition of the New York Times. 3. Yes. Because it is sold nationally. 4. A local newspaper. 5. 这些报纸中的许多就是这一运动的一部分,例如芝加哥的《乡村之声》和《读者》 ,今天已 经不那么激进,并且被人们广泛阅读。 Answers:(5) 1. How to celebrate Thanksgiving 2. It is on that holiday that all the family make a special effort to get together. 3. The meal will begin with a short prayer of Thanksgiving to God for the blessings the family received. 4. choose one and give some reasons 5.在这个时候全家人聚到一起吃饭,以感谢上帝对他们的恩赐。 Answers: (6) 1. (1)form good habits;(2) form bad habits 2. Because once a habit is formed, it is difficult, and sometimes impossible, to get rid of. 3.Both good habits and bad habits / Habits, whether good or bad, 4.early rising and honesty 5.The Importance of Habits Formation

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高二英语阅读表达训练参考答案 Answer:(7) 1. How to be/ become a good listener 2. the worst listener usually aren’t aware that their listening skills need some attention or improvement. 3. you are not concentrating on / focusing your mind on / paying attention to 4. 略 5. 如果你与讲话者用眼睛进行交流,他会觉得你在全神贯注地听。 Answers (8) 1. They keep the balance of nature. 2. Thousands of kinds of animals have disappeared forever. Hundreds more are on the danger list today. 3. The number of animals will be increased. 4. Animals Need Protecting 5.一直以来,人们宰杀动物获得它们的皮毛,把它们当作食物或运动方式,或者只是因为它 们碍事。 Answers(9) 1. Chatting with people 2. successful 3. Because they are examples of those who talked to Liz and Bill 4. They will continue what they are doing 5. Yes, they say they’ll consider. Answers(10) 1. effects 2. Because DDS has great environmental effects that cause large economic losses, has a serious effect on public health over a wide area, and sometimes takes human life. 3. 85 4. They swept across Mongolia and 18 provinces in China, the Korean Peninsular, and a large area of Japan. 5. Natural causes of DSS are large desert and semi desert areas, strong winds from Siberia sweeping these DSS originating source areas, lasting drought, and other natural disasters. …by human activities over the last few years, particularly through overgrazing, deforestation, and overexploitation of water resources in the DSS originating source areas, which lead to rapid land desertification… Answers(11). 1. In a pub 2. the story/ experience of herself 3. Because the rat grew bigger 4. rubbish 5. London Answers(12) 1. It’s at the crossroads of 42nd Street and 5th Avenue in the heart of the city. 2. The library has a large collection of books and paintings ,as well as valuable originals. 3. It is open every day during the daytime except weekend. 4. He doesn’t have to pay anything to the library. 5. Because it contains all our knowledge.
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高二英语阅读表达训练参考答案 Answer:(7) 1. How to be/ become a good listener 2. the worst listener usually aren’t aware that their listening skills need some attention or improvement. 3. you are not concentrating on / focusing your mind on / paying attention to 4. 略 5. 如果你与讲话者用眼睛进行交流,他会觉得你在全神贯注地听。 Answers (8) 1. They keep the balance of nature. 2. Thousands of kinds of animals have disappeared forever. Hundreds more are on the danger list today. 3. The number of animals will be increased. 4. Animals Need Protecting 5.一直以来,人们宰杀动物获得它们的皮毛,把它们当作食物或运动方式,或者只是因为它 们碍事。 Answers(9) 1. Chatting with people 2. successful 3. Because they are examples of those who talked to Liz and Bill 4. They will continue what they are doing 5. Yes, they say they’ll consider. Answers(10) 1. effects 2. Because DDS has great environmental effects that cause large economic losses, has a serious effect on public health over a wide area, and sometimes takes human life. 3. 85 4. They swept across Mongolia and 18 provinces in China, the Korean Peninsular, and a large area of Japan. 5. Natural causes of DSS are large desert and semi desert areas, strong winds from Siberia sweeping these DSS originating source areas, lasting drought, and other natural disasters. …by human activities over the last few years, particularly through overgrazing, deforestation, and overexploitation of water resources in the DSS originating source areas, which lead to rapid land desertification… Answers(11). 1. In a pub 2. the story/ experience of herself 3. Because the rat grew bigger 4. rubbish 5. London Answers(12) 1. It’s at the crossroads of 42nd Street and 5th Avenue in the heart of the city. 2. The library has a large collection of books and paintings ,as well as valuable originals. 3. It is open every day during the daytime except weekend. 4. He doesn’t have to pay anything to the library. 5. Because it contains all our knowledge.


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