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阅读理解 A篇 Tom lives a long way from the city. One day he goes to the city to buy something in a shop, and a...

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A篇

Tom lives a long way from the city. One day he goes to the city to buy something in a shop, and after he buys them, he goes into a restaurant and sits down at a table. When he looks round, he sees some old people put eye glasses on before reading their books, so after lunch he goes to a shop to buy some glasses, too. He walks along the road, and soon finds a shop. The man in the shop makes him try on a lot of glasses, but Tom always says, “No, I can’t read with these.”

The man becomes more and more puzzled(困惑). At last he says, “Excuse me, but can’t you read at all?”

“No, I can’t.” Tom says, “If I can read, do you think I come here to buy glasses?”

56. Tom meets some old people ________. 

A. far away from the city     B. in the shop

C. in the restaurant          D. in the park

57. When does Tom go to the shop? 

A. After lunch                B. Before lunch    

C. In the morning             D. In the evening

58. Tom goes to a restaurant to ________.     

A. buy eye glasses                B. have lunch   

C. buy some books                 D. sell eye glasses

59. Before reading their books the old people in the restaurant ________       

A. drink tea                   B. take their glasses off    

C. buy glasses                 D. put their glasses on

60. In fact(事实上)Tom________.

A. likes eye glasses           B. goes to the wrong shop

C. can’t read at all          D. knows the man in the shop

B篇

Australia is nearly as large as the Unite States, but most of it is too dry(干燥) for people to live in. Around this dry part are large sheep and cow farms. A few of them are as large as the smallest states in America. Often the nearest neighbours(邻居)are several hundred kilometers away.

The two-way radio is very important to people who live on these great Australian farms. It works much like a telephone. A person can listen to someone else talk and then give an answer. For example, people on the large farm could talk to a doctor far away. They could talk to a doctor about someone who is ill, and the doctor can let them know how to look after the patient(病人).

As the large farms are so far from towns, the children can’t go to school. Radio schools are started for them in some places. At a certain time each day, boys and girls turn on their radios and listen to teachers in cities far away.

Families on the large farms want to give news to their neighbours. The programme (节目)“Round Robin” talks are started to keep families in touch with each other. They can talk about who is going away and who is ill. The men can talk about their sheep and cows and how much money the markets will pay for them. In many ways the radio becomes a newspaper for the farms of Australia.

61. The passage tells us that______.

A. Australia is larger than the U.S.       

B. Australia farms are as large as American states

C. Many Australians live on the dry land. 

D. Australia is mainly made up of dry land and farms.

62. By using a two-way radio the farmers_____.

A. can only listen to some news

B. needn’t look after the sheep and cows by themselves.

C. can listen to and talk to each other.     

D. can sell their sheep and cows at a better price (价钱).

63. The children on the large farms_____.

A. can have lesson on the radios.        

B. can go to the schools near their homes.

C. can not listen to teachers in cities.     

D. can have lessons at any time every day.

64. The radio is nearly the same as_____.

A. a telephone      B. a doctor     C. a newspaper    D. a market

65. The best title of this passage is _____.

A. Australian farms                 B. A useful radio

C. Australia-a beautiful country    D. Round robin - a programme

C篇

Many teenagers (青少年)feel that the most important people in their lives are their friends. They believe that their family members don’t know them as well as their friends do. In large families it is quite often for brothers and sisters to fight(打架) with each other and they can only go to their friends for some ideas.

It is very important for teenagers to have one good friend or a group of friends. Even when they are not with their friends, they usually spend a lot of time talking among themselves on the phone. This communication(交流)is very important in children’s growing up, because friends can discuss something. These things are difficult to say to their family members.

However, parents often try to choose(挑选) their children’s friends. Some parents may even stop their children from meeting their good friends. Have you ever thought of the following questions?

Who chooses your friends?

Do you choose your friends or your friends choose you?

Do you have a good friend your parents don’t like?

Your answers are welcome.

66. Many teenagers think that _____can understand them better.

A. friends       B. brothers      C. sisters      D. parents

67. _____ is very important to teenagers.

A. To make friends                     B. Communication     

C. To stop meeting friends               D. Both A and B

68. When teenagers have something difficult to say to their parents, they usually _____.

A. stay alone at home         B. fight with their parents

C. discuss it with their friends  D. go to their brothers and sisters for help

69. The sentence “Your answers are welcome” means _____.

A. You are welcome to discuss the question with us  

B. We’ve no idea so your answers are welcome

C. Your answers are always right.

D. You can give us all the right answers

70. Which of the following is the writer’s attitude(态度)?

A. Parents should choose friends for their children.

B. Children should choose everything they like.

C. Parents should understand their children better.

D. Teenagers should only go to their friends for help.

Key:

56-60 CABDC 61-65 DCACB 66-70 ADCAC

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