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2011中考英语阅读提高题及答案2

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(故事类)()AfamousdoctoroncereceivedalittlechildwhowasbadlyillThankstohisskillandcare,hisyoungpatientgotwellandwassoonabletogetupandrunaboutagainThechild’smotherwasverymuchobligedtothedoctor,andshecalledonhimtothankhimforwhathehaddoneforherchild“Doctor,”shesaid,“youhavesavedmylittlesonIdon’tknowhowtothankyouenoughIfeelthatmoneyalonecannotrepayyou,soIhavemadethislittlepursewithmyownhands,asasignofmygratitudeIhopeyouwillacceptit”Thedoctorstoodupandsaidcoldly,“Madam,alittlepresentlikethatisverynicebetweenfriends,butadoctorneedstobepaidproperlyforwhathehasdone”TheladywassosurprisedandhurtsomuchthatshecouldnotreplyforamomentThenshesaidquietly,“Perhapsyouwilltellmehowmuchyourfeeis”“Fiftypounds”,heansweredTheladyopenedthelittlepurseandtookoutfourfiftypoundbanknotesShehandedoneofthemtothedoctor,andputtheotherthreebackintothepurseSheputthepurseintoherhandbagand,sayinggoodbyetothedoctor,wentoutoftheroomTheladywasthankfultothedoctorbecauseAhehadsavedherlifeBhehadsavedherson’slifeChehadlenthersomemoneyDheoftencalledonherThedoctorrefusedthelady’spursebecausehethoughtAthepurseshouldbegivenbetweenfriendsBthepursewastoosmallCtheladywasnotkindtohimDtheladyjustgavehimthatpurseandwouldn’tgivehimthemedicalfeeWhatthedoctorsaidtheladyAworriedBinterestedCfrightenedDhurtThemoneyinthepurseAwasonlypoundsBwaslessthanpoundsCwasmuchmorethanthemedicalfeeDwasnotenoughforthemedicalfeeHowdoyouthinkthedoctorwouldfeelintheendASorryandworriedBRegretandproudCExcitedandproudDSorryandregret()Noonewasleftinthemuseumnow,andJohnwaswalkingroundtoseeifeverythingwasallrightSuddenlyhesawabeautifulpaintinglyingonthefloorJohnpickeditupandgaveittothedirectorofthemuseumThedirectorcalledseveralmuseumstocheckandseeifitwasastolenpainting,butnooneclaimed(认领)itSothedirectordecidedtohangitinthemuseumAlltheexpertscametolookatthepaintingEachonesaiditwasbeautifulandhadverydeepmeaningThedirectorwasproudtohavesuchapaintinginhismuseumandcongratulatedJohnonhisdiscoverySomeweekslaterawomanandherlittlesoncametothemuseumWhiletheywerelookingatthenewpainting,thelittleboybegantocryThedirectorwentoverandaskedhim“Whyareyoucrying”Thechildpointedtothepaintingandsaid,“That’smypaintingonthewallandIwantitback”“Yes,”saidhismother,“heleftitonthefloorafewweeksagoIfyoulookcarefully,youcanseehisnameonthepainting”JohnwasperhapsAapainterBanexpertonpaintingCavisitortothemuseumDamanworkinginthemuseumJohnfoundthepaintingAbeforethemuseumopenedBafterthemuseumwasclosedCduringhisvisittothemuseumDwhilehewasenjoyinghiswalkTheboybegantocrybeforethepaintingbecauseAhewasafraidofitBhethoughtitwashispaintingChewantedtohavethepaintingbackDBothBandCAfterthedirectorheardwhatthewomanandtheboysaid,hemustbeveryAangryBafraidCproudDsurprisedAlltheexpertsthoughtthepaintinggoodbecauseAitwasreallyverybeautifulandhadverydeepmeaningBthepaintingwasdrawnbyafamouspainterthoughhewasachildCnoneofthemlookedcarefullyenoughDtheyexamineditverycarefully()VeryfewpeoplewerecomingtoeatattheWhiteRoseRestaurant,anditsownerdidnotknowwhattodoThepricewasreasonableandthefoodwasofgoodquality,butnobodyseemedtowanttoeatthereThenhedidsomethingthatchangedallthat,andinafewweekshisrestaurantisalwaysfullofmenwiththeirladyfriendsWheneveragentlemancameinwithalady,asmilingwaitergaveeachofthemamenu(菜单),Themenulookedexactlythesameontheoutside,buttherewasanimportantdifferenceinsideThemenuthatthewaitergavetothemansuppliedthecorrectpriceforeachdishandeachbottleofwinewhilethemenuthathegavetotheladysuppliedamuchhigherprice!Sowhenthemancalmlyordereddishafterdishandwineafterwine,theladythoughthewasmuchmoregenerous(慷慨)thanhereallywasWhydidn’tpeoplecometotheWhiteRoseRestauranttoeatatfirstABecausethepricewashighBBecausethefoodwastoocheapCBecausethefoodwasnotgoodDThepassagedidn’tmentionAccordingtothepassagewecanconcludethatthepeoplewhoeatatthisrestaurantaremostlyApooroldpeopleBrichyoungpeopleCmenwiththeirgirlfriendsDparentswiththeirchildrenThedifferencebetweenthetwokindsofmenulieinAthecolorBtheshapeCthepriceDthefoodAccordingtothepassagewecaninferthatwhenmenwiththeirgirlfriendseatatthisrestaurant,thefoodwaspaidAalwaysbytheladiesonlyBalwaysbythemenonlyCsometimesbytheladiesDeitherbythemenorbytheladiesAccordingtothepassagewecanknowthat,generallyspeaking,AmenaremoregenerousthanwomenBwomenaremoregenerousthanmenCmenliketheirladyfriendstobegenerousDwomenliketheirmenfriendstobegenerous高一英语阅读理解试题(科技类)()ThecomputerisausefulmachineItisthemostimportantinventioninmanyyearsTheoldestkindofcomputeristheabacus(算盘),usedinChinacenturiesago,butthefirstlarge,moderncomputerwasbuiltinAcomputerthencoulddomathsproblemsquitefastTodayComputersareusedinmanywaysandcandomanykindsofworkInafewyearsthecomputermaytouchthelifeofeveryone,evenpeopleinfarawayvillagesInthelastfewyears,therehavebeengreatchangesinComputersTheyaregettingsmallerandsmaller,andcomputingfasterandfaster,Manyscientistsagreethatcomputerscannowdomanythings,buttheycannotdoeverythingWhoknowswhatthecomputersoftomorrowwillbelikeWillcomputersbringgoodthingsorbadthingstopeopleThescientistsoftodaywillhavetodecidehowtousethecomputersoftomorrowThecomputerisamachineAhelpfulBstrangeClargeDdangerousThefirstlarge,moderncomputerwasbuiltaboutyearsagoAafewBfortyCsixtyDeightyThecomputersoftodayarethanbeforeAbiggerBfewerCsmallerDtallerComputerscandoAeverythingBanythingCnothingDlotsofthingsThescientistsoftodayhowtousethecomputersoftomorrowAmaydecideBmustdecideCcanmakeDneedn’tmake()Ifyoudonotuseyourarmoryourlegsforsometime,theybecomeweakwhenyoustartusingthemagain,theyslowlybecomestrongagainEverybodyknowsthatYetmanypeopledonotseemtoknowthatmemoryworksinthesamewayWhensomeonesaysthathehasagoodmemory,hereallymeansthathekeepshismemoryinpracticebyusingitWhensomeoneelsesaysthathismemoryispoor,hereallymeansthathedoesnotgiveitenoughchancetobecomestrongIfafriendsaysthathisarmsandlegsareweak,weknowthatitishisownfault(过错)Butifhetellsusthathehasapoormemory,manyofusthinkthathisparentsaretoblame(受责备),andfewofusknowthatitisjusthisownfaultHaveyoueverfoundthatsomepeoplecan’treadorwritebutusuallytheyhavebettermemoriesThisisbecausetheycannotreadorwriteandtheyhavetorememberthingstheycannotwritedowninalittlenotebookTheyhavetorememberdays,names,songsandstoriessotheirmemoryisthewholetimebeingexercisedSoifyouwanttohaveagoodmemory,learnfromthepeople:PracticerememberingThemainreasonforoneispoormemoryisthatAhisfatherormothermayhaveapoormemoryBHedoesnotusehisnameorlegsforsometimeChismemoryisnotoftenusedDhecan’treadorwriteIfyoudonotuseyourarmsorlegsforsometimeAyoucan’tusethemanymoreBtheywillbecomestrongerCtheybecomeweakandwon’tbecomestronguntilyouusethemagainDtheywillbecomeneitherstrongernorweakerWhichofthefollowingisNOTtrueAYourmemoryworksinthesamewayasyourarmsorlegsBYourmemory,likeyourarmsorlegs,becomesweakifyoudon’tgiveitenoughchanceforpracticeCDon’tlearnhowtoreadandwriteifyouwanttohaveabettermemoryDAgoodmemorycomesfrommorepracticeSomepeoplecan’treadorwrite,buttheyusuallyhavebettermemories,becauseAtheyhavesavemuchtroubleBtheyhavesavedmuchtimetorememberthingsCtheyhavetousetheirmemoriesallthetimeDtheycan’twriteeverythinginalittlenotebookWhichisthebesttitleforthispassageADon’tStopUsingYourArmsOrLegsBHowToHaveaGoodMemoryCStrongArmsAndGoodMemoriesDLearnFromthePeople()PerhapsyouhaveheardalotabouttheInternet,butwhatisit,doyouknowTheInternetisanetworkItusesthetelephonetojoinmillionsofComputerstogetheraroundtheworldMaybethatdoesn’tsoundveryinterestingButwhenyou’vejoinedtotheInternet,therearelotsandlotsofthingsyoucandoYoucansendEmailstoyourfriends,andtheycangettheminafewsecondsYoucanalsodowithallkindsofinformationontheWorldWideWeb(WWW)TherearemanydifferentkindsofComputersnowTheyallcanbejoinedtotheInternetMostofthemaresmallmachinessittingonpeople’sdesksathome,buttherearestillmanyothersinschools,officesorlargecompaniesThesecomputersareownedbypeopleandcompanies,butnoonereallyownstheInternetitselfTherearelotsofplacesforyoutogointotheInternetForexample,yourschoolmayhavetheInternetYoucanuseitduringlessonsorfreetimeLibrariesoftenhavecomputersjoinedtotheInternetYouarewelcometouseitatonlytimeThankstotheInternet,theworldisbecomingsmallerandsmallerItispossibleforyoutoworkathomewithacomputerinfront,gettingandsendingtheinformationyouneedYoucanbuyorsellwhateveryouwantbytheInternetButdoyouknowoftheinformationontheInternetisinEnglishSowhatwillEnglishbeliketomorrowWhatisthepassagemainlyaboutAInternetBInformationCComputersDEmailsWhichisthequickestandcheapestwaytosendmessagestoyourfriendsABypostBByEmailCBytelephoneDBysatelliteWhichmaybethemostpossibleplaceforpeopletoworkintomorrowAIntheofficeBAtschoolCAthomeDInthecompanyWhosetheowneroftheInternetATheheadmasterBTheofficerCTheuserDNooneWhatdoesthewritertrytotelluswiththelasttwosentencesAEnglishisimportantinusingtheInternetBtheInternetismoreandmorepopularCMostoftheinformationisinEnglishDEverycomputermusthavetheInternet()【答案与解析】一位医生救活了一位女士的儿子,女士为了表示感激,亲手缝制了一个钱包,医生却嫌礼轻而拒绝了,殊不知里面装的是张面值为五十英镑的钞票。B。细节题。根据第段hisyoungpatientgotwellandwassoonabletogetupandrunaboutagain可知答案为B。D。细节题。根据alittlepresentlikethatisverynicebetweenfriends,butadoctorneedstobepaidproperlyforwhathehasdone可知答案为D。D。细节题。根据Theladywassosurprisedandhurtsomuchthatshecouldnotreplyforamoment可知此题答案为D。C。细节题。根据原文可知医生要的医疗费是英镑,而女士送的钱包里装的却是张面值为五十英镑的钞票,由此可判断出此题答案为C。D。推断题。医生会因为误会了这位女士而感到sorry(抱歉)也会因为没有得到其他张钞票感到regret(遗憾),所以此题答案为D。第一课件网【答案与解析】本文讲述了John在博物馆的地面上发现一幅无人认领的画于是交给馆长,馆长将画挂在博物馆中,此画受到专家的好评,但最后发现这只是一个孩子画的画。D。推断题。文章第段说John在博物馆内走动以确定一切正常,由此推测出他是博物馆的工作人员。B。推断题。文章第段第句说现在博物馆里没有一个人了。由此可推知他发现画时博物馆已经关门了。D。细节题。根据文章第段说That’smypaintingonthewallandIwantitback(这是我的画,我想要回它)可知答案为D。D。推断题。专家都认为这幅画很漂亮并且有很深的含义,应出自名人之手,而此画只是一个小男孩画的,因此馆长知道后感到很“惊讶”。A。细节题。根据AlltheexpertscametolookatthepaintingEachonesaiditwasbeautifulandhadverydeepmeaning可知答案为A。【答案与解析】尽管WhiteRose餐馆价钱合理,饭菜也好,但很少有人光顾,店主为此想出了一条妙计,从此餐馆生意兴隆。D。判断题。根据第段可知原文没有说人们为什么不到餐馆就餐,所以答案为D。C。细节题。根据第段第句…hisrestaurantisalwaysfullofmenwiththeirladyfriends可知答案为C。第一课件网C。细节题。根据第段ThemenuthatthewaitergavetothemansuppliedthecorrectpriceforeachdishandeachbottleofwineWhile…theladysuppliedamuchhigherprice可知答案为C。B。推断题。根据最后一句Sowhenthemancalmlyordereddishafterdishandwineafterwine,theladythoughthewasmuchmoregenerousthanhereallywas可推断出答案为B。D。推断题。根据原文可知侍者给男士的那个菜单价格合理,而给女士的那个菜单价格却很高,但两种菜单表面上看却一样,这样女士就会认为她们的男友很大方,因此餐馆的这种做法很受男士欢迎,由此可知女人们喜欢自己的男友大方。所以答案为D。高一英语阅读理解试题(科技类)()【答案与解析】本文讲计算机的发展历史。A。细节题。根据据第句话Thecomputerisausefulmachine可知答案为A。C。推断题。第一台计算机是年生产的,距今大约年,所以应选C。C。细节题。根据第段第句Theyaregettingsmallerandsmaller可知答案为C。D。推断题。根据第段第句TodayComputersareusedinmanywaysandcandomanykindsofwork以及…buttheycannotdoeverything可知答案为D。B。细节题。根据最后一句话Thescientistsoftodaywillhavetodecidehowtousethecomputersoftomorrow可知答案为B。()【答案与解析】本文讲述有关记忆力的一些知识。C。推断题。根据Whensomeonesaysthathehasagoodmemory,hereallymeansthathekeepshismemoryinpracticebyusingit可推出答案为C。C。根据Whenyoustartusingthemagaintheyslowlybecomestrongagain可知答案为C。C。根据文章内容,A、B、D项均正确,只有C项错误,所以选择C。C。根据Thisisbecausetheycannotreadorwriteandtheyhavetorememberthings和…sotheirmemoryisthewholetimebeingexercised可知答案为C。B。本文主要讲记忆力不是天生的,而是靠后天培养的,所以应该选择B。【答案与解析】这是一篇关于Internet的说明文,它介绍了什么是Internet,Internet的用途,它的贡献等等。A。主旨题。文章的每一段都谈到了Internet,所以我们可以推断文章的主要内容是Internet。B。细节题。在第段中谈到YoucansendEmailtoyourfriends,andtheycangettheminafewseconds,相比其他选项,Email当然是最快的。C。细节题。最后一段的第句讲到It’spossibleforyoutoworkathomewithacomputerinfront,所以明天我们极有可能athome工作了。D。判断题。根据全文我们得知,我们可以在school,libraries,home等地方使用Internet,所有的拥有者是大家,并不是某一个人或某一行业的从业者。A。推断题。最后两句告诉我们:oftheinformationontheInternetisinEnglish,也就是说英语在Internet的应用是非常广泛,非常重要的,除A选项外,没有一个选项能全部概括这句话的意思。

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