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一、(2012,重庆) (每小题 2分,共 8分)
A school bus is one that is used to take childrento and from school.
In the USA, about 450 000 school buses takemore than 25 million children to and from school. The yellow school bus is a US icon(象征).  Yellowbecame the color of school buses in the USA in1939.  Dr. Frank got the good idea.  He said it waseasy for people to see yellow. buses and the blackletters on them in early morning or late afternoonThat would make children safer.
There are.-not many school buses in Britain,and they are not yellow. They have trackers(追踪器) on them, so kids are being tracked while theytravel to and from school by bus.  The trackers letparents know where the school bus is and whethertheir kids are on the bus.
Kindergarten(幼儿园) is a difficult time forsome kids. It's the first time for them to go awayfrom their parents. To make kids love their school,Japanese kindergartens and schools have colorfulbuses. The buses can easily make children want totake them-and then, go to school. Even someparents want to take them, too!
School buses are becoming more and morepopular in China now.  It saves a lot of time forstudents to take a school bus. It's said that therewill be 3 000 yellow school buses on the road by theend of this year in Chongqing.
1. According to Dr. Frank,_ school busesare safer for the students.
    A yellow                       B. black
    C. white                          D. colorful
2. Children in Japan may easily _ by taking the school bus.
   A save time       their school
    C. play games  .                 D. do their homework
3. Chinese students will save a lot of time to _ to school.
    A walk                       B. take a taxi
    C. ride a bike                 D. take a school bus
4. This passage is mainly about
    A. school buses                 B. school life
    C. popular colors               D. students' safety
二.(2011,北京) (每小题 2分,共 6分)
What do you do if you're strandedc处于困境的) on a lonely island? Surely you need to find a wayto get in touch with the outside world. Your bestchance of doing this is to draw the attention of apassing plane.
Body signals(信号)Pilots from different countries understand bodysignals if they have the correct training.  When youwave your arms up and down in a straight line, itmeans "yes". When you point downwards andswing your arm from side to side, it means "no". Ifyou want the pilot to know that it's safe to land,push your hands out in front of you and bend(弯曲)your knees. If you want to say that it's not safe toland, put your arms in the air and move them to oneside.
Smoke signalsThe smoke from a fire can be seen from faraway, so it's a good way to draw attention  If theweather is dry, it isn't hard to start a fire.
Remember, however, that fires can be verydangerous if they get out of control.  Never light afire unless you're sure that it can't spread. If theground is dark, light smoke can be seen moreeasily.  Green grass and leaves produce light smoke.
Ground-to-air signalsIt's a good idea to build some signals, too.  Uselarge pieces of wood to make the symbols(标记 ). Ifyou can't find any wood, use earth. Some usefulsymbols are:
F   "I need food and water. "Ⅱ    "I need medicine. "I    "I am badly hurt. "X   "I am unable to move from here. "Pilots' repliesIf the pilot lowers the plane's wings from sideto side,  this  means  " message  received  andunderstood". (At night, the pilot flashes the plane'sgreen lights.) If the pilot flies the plane in aclockwise circle, this means "message received butnot understood". (At night, the pilot flashes theplane's red lights. )However, there is no signal which means"message not received". Why not?
1. Which picture means "it's not safe to land"?
2. What can we learn from the passage?
A Swinging your arm from side to side means
B. If the ground is dark,  light smoke can't be seen
C. If you need some medicine, make a symbol
D. The pilots make replies with a blue light at night.
3. What is the passage mainly about?
A The explanation of building signals on an island
B. The importance of making signals on an island.
C. Ways of sending out signals on a lonely island
D. Ways of receiving signals from a lonely island.
一.(2012,  广州) (每小题 2分,共 10分)
Paul and Jason were brothers who lived andworked on neighbouring farms. For 35 years theyfarmed side by side, sharing machinery and goods asneeded, without a single problemHowever, one autumn; things changed. Itbegan with a tiny disagreement about a horse, whichgrew into a major difference.  The difference led toangry words, followed by weeks of silence betweenthe two brothers.
One morning there was a knock on Paul's door.
He opened it and saw a builder holding his toolbox"I'm looking for a few days' work," the buildersaid. "Are there any jobs here I could help v:ith?""Yes," answered Paul, extremely pleased tosee the builder. "I do have a job for you. Look atthat farm across the creek (小溪).  That's mybrother's fann That creek used to be a.grass field,but last week my brother dug a path from the riverand made the creek  But I'll go him one better.  Seethat pile of wood? I want you to build me a fence,two metres tall, so I won't need to see himanymore. "The builder said thoughtfully, "I think Iunderstand the situation and I'Il be able to do a jobthat pleases you. "    .
Paul had business in town that day and left thebuilder to his work. When he returned, the builderhad just finished his job.  Paul was shocked.  Insteadof a fence there was a bridge, stretching from oneside of the creek to the other.
As Paul stood on the bridge, staring inamazement, his younger brother Jason, cameacross, and took Paul's hand. "You are a good manto have built this bridge after all l've done," saidJasonThen, Paul, with tears in his eyes, said to thebuilder who was packing his bag to go,"Thank youso mucl:u Please stay. I have much more for youto do. ""I\I love to," the builder said quietly,"but, Ihave many more bridges to build.
1. What was the cause of the disagreement betweenthe two brothers?
A The digging of the creek
B A problem about a farm animal.
C. Who owned the field between the farms.
D. Who would pay for building the fence.
2. The underlined expression "go him one better" in Paragraph 4 means          .
A do something even worse
B improve the situation
C. point out his mistake
D. help him out
3.What do we know about the brothers?
A. They had been fighting for many years.
B. Their farms were not very successful.
C. They finally realized their mistakes.
D. They liked building bridges.
4. Why did the builder build the briclge?
A He needed a way to get across the river.
B. There was not enough wood for the fence.
C. He misunderstood Paul's instructions.
D. He wanted to bring the brothers together.
5.In what order did the following take place in the story?
a. The brothers stood on the bridge.
b. Jason dug the creek
c. The brothers became angry with each other.
d. The builder asked for work.
e. Paul went into town
A b, c, e, d, a               B. c, b, d, e, a
C. b, e, c, a, d              D. c, d, b, a,e A new TV series in England, A7nay frmn itall, has surprised everyone by becoming a hugesuccess with young people across the country. Itssuccess is surprising because the series is about therelaxing lifestyles of people who live in the country.
There is none of the action that we usually see onTV today. There are also no stressful moments, '
busy offices or crowded cities. Away from it all isset in the peaceful English countryside and tellssimple stories about people's kindness.
The director of the TV series says that itssuccess is a sign of teenagers suffering from stress.
They say that watching A'way frum it all helpsteenagers forget about the pressures(压 力 ) of examsand homework, and the troubles that fill the worldtoday. They also say that it's a good sign of today'syjoung people switching to(转到) happier TV series asit shows they would like a happier and healthier worldAlthough the series' success might have a goodside, many teachers and parents are worried, howeveLThey say,that.some of their students and childrenare becoming couch potatoes(终日泡在电视机前的人) and are using A'u;ay from it all as an excuse fornot completing homework. Some children have evenrefused to learn for exams because they say that theycan only achieve personal happiness by avoiding(避免) stressful situations completely.
And what do the experts(专家) say? PaulaRay, a doctor of education,  says that TV can influencechildren's lifestyles. But she says that if a childreacts strongly, it's likely that there are otherreasons for his change in behaviour. She says thatthere is nothing wrong with watching Away from itall but suggests that parents should make sure theirchildren know TV is not the same as real life.
1. The success of the new TV series is surprisingbecause_ .
A. it is different from other successful TV series
B. it is the same as other successful TV series
C. it is about the English countryside
D. it is about life in busy offices
2. The director of Away from it all believes that the series helps young people deal with _.
A. simple stories             B. stress
C. couch potatoes              D. exams
3. The success of the series shows that young people would like            .
A. a world with no homework
B. English TV series
C. relaxing jobs
D. a happier and healthier world
4. Who are worried about the effects of the series?
A Experts and teenagers.
B. Teachers and expertsa
C. Teachers and parents.
D. Young people and parents.
三.(2011,上海) (每小题 2分,共  14分)
You probably know you should say 'iplease"and "thank you" at restaurants. You probably knowthe rules of a library. You know you should respectand be nice to your classmates. But do you havemusic manners?   ,Keep It Down! You have to notice the volumeof your music. You should not play your music soloud that everyone around you can hear it. Somepeople might even get angry. Usually, when youplay the music loud on an MP3 player, other peoplecan't hear the words of the song. They just hear aloud sound. Not one wants to listen to this.  Veryloud music can also be bad for your ears, so even ifyou are alone when listening to your MP3 player,you shouldn't have it turned up too highTake Them Off! You need to know when toturn your MP3 player off and put it away.  Librariesand schools don't allow'MP3 players. There areother places, like museums, that don't have rules,but it would be rude to have your MP3 player onSometimes, it just doesn't make sense to listen yourMP3 player at event.  Why would you listen to musicat a play, a movie or a sporting event? You wouldmiss what is going on and others would wonder whyyou even came.
Take One Out! Once in a while it's okay just totake out one earphone and not other. Imagine youare listening on your MP3 player when-someoneasks you the way. It would not be rude to take outone earphone, tell him the way, and put back theearphone and continue listening. You can also dothis when you order food at a fast-food restaurant orwhen you answer the telephone and it's not for you.
lt's Your Choice! There are times when youneed to decide what is best. For example, somepeople can listen to music on their MP3 playerswhen read books,  while others think it isdisturbing. In cases like this, you need to do whatseems right for you.
1. The underlined word "volume" in Paragraph Twoprobably means "_        ".
   A. the type of music
   B. the amount of a sound
   C. the length of a song
   D. the colour of an MP3 player
2. No one wants to listen to _       _ from others'MP3 players.
   A. a loud sound
   B. sad stories
   C. a long movie
   D. the words of a song
3. We should turn down the music when we are alone because loud music__'
   A is not enjoyable
   B. makes us tired bad for MP3 players
   D. hurts our ears
4. If we listen to our MP3 player at a play,
   A the theatre won't allow it
   B. the actors will get angry
   C. others won't he'ar the play well
   D. we will miss part of the play
5. We can take one earphone.out when vle _.
   A show others the way
   B. talk to friends on the phone
   C. watch a sporting event
   D. have dinner with our parents
6.It's all right to use our MP3 player in _.
   A schools                        B. libraries
   C. restaurants                   D. museums
7. What can be the best title of this passage?
   A Music Lovers              B. Music Manners
   C. MP3 Players              D. MP3 Earphones
四.c2012,福州 ) (每小题 2分,共 io分)
The Sydney Opera House is a very famousbuilding in the world. It has become Sydney'sbest-known landmark and international symbol.
The Opera House with a "sailing roof" was designedby a famous Danish architect(丹麦建筑师) ,  UtzonThe base for the building was started in 1959, yearsbefore the designs were finished. Utzon spent fouryears designing the Opera House. In 1962, thedesigns were finalized(定稿) and the constructionbegan  In 1967, they started the decoration inside.
It took 14 years in total to build the Opera House.
Queen Elizabeth n officially opened it on October20th, 1973.
The Sydney Opera House cost around $100million and was paid for by the public. 6 225 squaremeters of glass was used to build it The OperaHouse includes 1 000 rooms.  It is 185 meters longand 120 meters wide. The building's roof sectionsweigh about 15 tons. Each year, this fantasticbuilding attracts 200 000 tourists to come for a visitor enjoy events in it.   .
The Opera House reaches out into the harbour(港湾). It is amazing and unforgettable, offeringpeople a st7. hg sense of beauty.
1. The des~gner of the Sydney Opera House wasfrom _
A. America                        B. Australia
C. England                       D. Denmark
2. Building the Sydney Opera House lasted _.
A from 1959 t0 1973
B from 1962 t0 1973
C. from 1959 t0 1967
D. from 1962 t0 1967
3.  The  underlined  word  " construction"  means _ in Chinese.
A创立                                        B.设计
c.施工                             D.竣工 4.       _ paid for the cost of the building of the Sydney Opera House.
A. Utzon                         B. The public
C. Queen Elizabeth n         D. The government
5. Which is the best title for the passage?
A Sailing Roof
B. Travelling in Sydney
C. The Sydney Opera House
D. The Opening of the Opera House
Do you have a vegetable garden? Have you everwatched a seed(种子) sprout(发芽) and grow andfruit until it became the tomato on your plate? If yougo to school in the US, there's a good chance youhave.
At the moment, nearly 20 percent of schools inthe US have their own vegetable gardens that areplanted and cared for by students. Next year, evenmore schools will have gardens and more US kidswill know the pleasure of growing their own food.
Much of the growing interest in planting comesfrom First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let's Move"project. It started last year. The First Lady wantsto improve children's nutrition(营养) in the US andshe began her project by planting a garden at theWhite House with the help of some local kids. Thekids were more interested in eating the vegetablesfrom their garden than in eating fast food.  This gavethe First Lady an idea:
Because so many US kids eat breakfast andlunch at school, the food should be healthy andgood. Why not let kids grow the food for their owncafeterias(食堂) ? Mrs Obama's plan gives money toschools to start their own gardens, and more schoolgardens are sprouting up every day.
Students also use the information from theirgardens to study science and math, and they paintpictures of their gardens in art class. Many studentschoose to work in the garden instead of playing onthe playground during their noon break  Sound likefun? Ask your teacher if there's room for a garden atyour school, too.
1. Who cares for the school vegetable gardens inthe US?
A. The school teachers.
B. The school children.
C. The gardeners.
D. The parents.
2. The First I.ady started her "Let's Move" project to- .
A let kids know the happiness of planting
B. give kids a chance to watch a seed sprout
C. plant a garden for fun at the White House
D. improve kids' nutrition
3. How did Mrs Obama start her project?
A. By planting a garden at the White House.
B By singing with some local kids.
C. By selling vegetables at the White House.
D. By helping some local kids
4. Students can get all of the following from school gardens except _       .
A the pleasure of growing
B. information for saence and math classes
C. a playground for playing in at break
D. ideas for paintings in art class
5. We can tell from the story that _.
A US kids like to work in their school gardens
B. US schools don't support Mrs Obama's idea
C. US schools have to raise money to build gardens
D. the food in US school cafeterias is not healthy Annie Reed is a 14-year-old student at'East
Hills Middle School in Detroit, US  When she startedher newspaper class early this year, she hoped towrite about the local hip-hop (嘻哈音乐)  heroEminem"He grew up in Detroit, and he's one of thegreatest rappers(说唱者) ," Reed said. "It'd be coolto write about him "Kenny Gechter, Reed's newspaper teacher,said Reed pitched(选定) the rapper story after beinggiven an interview task for the paper.
"She asked if I had any suggestions on how toget an interview with him, and I told her to look fore-mails and telephone numbers," said Gechter.
Reed has all of Eminem's albums. Because ofthis, she knew his record company.  She tried to findEminem's spokesman, Dennis Dennehy, and e-mailedhinL However, she didn't think she'd get.a reply"in a million years". But she kept following upc追踪) for the next few days.
Early last month, Reed got a big surprise: acall from Dennehy.  Minutes later, she was able totalk with the super star.
"I had to sit down, or I might have passed out(昏厥)," she said. "The first thing Eminem saidwas, 'Hey, Annie, how are you doing?'''
Then they chatted for the next 10 minutes.
Reed asked Eminem about how growing up inDetroit had influenced him as an artist, what helistened to when he was her age and how he startedrapping.
"And he told me he left school when he was myage, which made me think about what I would do ifI were him," she said. "Then I thought,  'I shouldstay in school! '''
"I'm proud of Reed," Gechter said "That kindof chance is something you dream about, but Reedreally got the chance. "Who is her next big target(目标)  star? "MichaelPhelps.  I love him, too," said Reed. .
1. Who does Reed want to write about?
A A famous movie star.
B. A famous athlete.
C. A famous rapper.
D. A famous businessmarL
2. Who helped Reed choose to write about Eminem?
A. Nobody.                     B Kenny Gechter.
C. Dennis Dennehy.            D. Her brother.
3. How did Reed get the chance to interview Eminem?   .
A. She emailed his spokesman
B. She went to his office to visit hirn
C. She called him.
D. She sent a letter to him
4. According to the story, we know that             .
A Reed had two of Eminem's albums
R Reed was very surprised to get a reply
C. Reed wanted to leave school like Eminem
D. Reed and Eminem talked face to face
5. What can we leam from Reed's story?
A We should have a- dream and stick to(坚持) it
R We should interview some famous people.
C, We should leave school to achieve our dreams.
D. We should take a newspaper class at school.
It's the end of clas& When the bell rings, studentsof Luohu Foreign Languages School iri Shenzhenquickly take out their cellphones. They want to logon(登录) to their microblogs(微博) to check thefunny things that have happened in the last hour.
Since last year, the trend(潮流) of microblogginghas swept the country. Recent surveys show thatmost students in middle schools have a microblog,and some even update(更新) their blogs over fivetimes per day.
"We leam many fresh and interesting things onmicroblogs and they have become popular topics inclass," said Liang Jianmin, 14. "If you do not knowabout them,  you are out of the loop (被排挤在It is also a great place for students to let outstress. "My parents always ask me to study hard,and encourage me before exams, but actually it addspressure," said Zhang Yazhe, 15. "When I sharethese feelings on my microblog, I get many repliesfrom friends in the same situation, which makes mefeel better. "       .
But parents are worried that microbloggingcould be a waste of time  Some misleading (性的) messages may even cause danger to kids, theysaid  Shen lVEngde, a professor at the China EducationAssociation(协会), suggests parents not worry toomuch as long as kids are not crazy about microbloggingInstead, it can become a witrdow for parents tormderstand their childfen"If parents can read their children's microblogs,they'll know their thoughts, thus (因而) leading tobetter communication and solutions to problems,"he saidMlcrobloggfing tips for kids☆ Don't microblog for more than one hour a day.
☆ Never microblog in class.
☆ Try to talk face to face with people instead of justmicroblogging.
☆ Be critical(批判性的).  Don't trust(相信) all themessages on a microblog.
1. Why do the students quickly take out their cellphones after class?
A. Because they want to phone their parents to tell them the funny things.
B Because they want to listen to music.
C. Because they want to log on to tbeir microblogs
D. Because they want to surf the Internet to check
the funny things.
2. Liang Jianmin thinks you are out of the loop if you do not know ____.
A. the popular topics in class
B the popular songs in class
C. many fresh and interesting things on the Internet
D. many fresh and interesting things on TV
3. What does the underlined words "let out" mean -in Chinese?
A放出      B泄露      C熄灭        D开脱 4. What does Shen Mingde think of microblogging?
A It could be a waste of time.
B Some misleading messages may even cause danger to kids
C. It can become a window for parents to understand their kids.
D. Parents should not worry too much if kids are crazy about microblogging.
5. Which statement is TRUE according to the passage?
A You should microblog for more than one hour a day.
R You should try to talk face to face with people instead of just microblogging.
C. The trend of microblogging has swept the country since five years ago.
D. You should trust all the messages on a microblog
Suppose you work in a big company and findEnglish very important for your job because youoften deal with foreign businessmen  Now you arelooking for a place where you can improve yourEnglish, especially your spoken EnglishHere are some advertisements about Englishlanguage leaming. You may find the informationyou needGlobal English CenterGeneral(普通) English in all four skills c技能):
listening, speaking, reading and writing.
3-month ( 700  yuan), 6-month (1 200  yuan), andone-year(2 000 yuan) courses(课程).
Morning or evening classes: 3 hours per day,MorL -Fri Experienced college English teachers.
Close'to city center and bus stops.
Tel:67605272 Add:105 Zhongshan Road,100082.
Modern Language SchoolSpecial courses in English for business, travel,.banking, hotel management(管理) and office skills.
Small classes(12~16 students) on Sat.  &  SurL!
; from 2:00-5:OO p. mEnglish teachers from Canada and USA3-month course: 1 050 yuan;  6-month course;1 850 yuan.   :
Write or telephone: Modem Language School, 675Park Road, 100056 Tel:67353019.
The 21st Century English Training CenterWe offer excellent teaching at all levels(水平).
We offer morning or afternoon classes, both ofwhich last three months and a half at a costof 800 yuan.
We also have a six-week TOEFL preparation classduring winter and summer holidays.
Entrance exams:June lst and Dec.  lst.
Only 15-minute walk from the city center.
Call 67801642 for more informationThe International House of EnglishThree/Six-month English courses for students ofall levels at very low cost:60 yuan for twelve hoursper week,  convenient (方便的)  class hours:
9:00-12:00 a. m  and 2:00-5:00 p. mA fourmonth evening program for developingspeaking skills(the same cost as day classes).
Well-trained Chinese and foreign teachers experiencedin teaching.
English as a second/foreign language.
Free sightseeing and social activities.
Very close to the Central Park.
For further information call 67432308.
1. You work from 9:00 a. m   t0 4: 30 p. m   every day. Which school will you choose?
A Global English Center and Modern Language School.
B. Global English Center and the International House.
C. Modem Language School and the 21st Century.
D. The 21st Century and the International House.
2. The 21st Century is different from the other three schools in that           .
A its teaching is better
B. it is nearest to the city center
C. its courses are more advanced(高级)
D. it needs an entrance examination
3. 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 English teachers from foreign countries    .
4. If you take the evening program at the Intemational House, you will pay about _           .
A. 60 yuan                     B. 240 yuan
C. 720 yuan                    D. 1 000 yuan
5. If your friend wants to take a course in English for hotel management, he may call at or class information
A. 67605272                   8 67353019
C. 67801642                    D. 67432308
五.(每小题 2分,共 10分)
Why do we need to throw less away? There aretwo reasons.  One is that some resources (资源) arenon-renewable(不可再生的).  That means there isonly a certain amount of that resource in the worldOne example of this is oil. When we use up all theoil in the world,  there will be no more.
. There is another reason for throwing lessaway. All of our trash has to be put somewhere.
Often, it is put into garbage dumps(垃圾场).  Muchof that trash will be there for hundreds of years.
The dumps will be filled up with all this trash.
There are three ways to cut down on trashOne way is to recycle. When you recyclesomething, it means it is made into another shapeand used again  Old news papers may become paperbags.  A glass jar can be melted(熔化) and madeinto a bottle.
Another way to cut down on trash is to reusethings.  You can wash and use again a'bottle that canhold mustard(芥末酱) or something elseThe third way to cut down on trash is to reducethe amount of trash you make, stop buying thingsthat you don't need in the first place. That reducesthe amount of the earth's resources that you use.
1. How many reasons do we need to throw less away?
A Three.       B Five.       C.Two.
2. When you reuse something,  it means _            . is made into another shape and used again
B it is used again
C. it isn't used any more
3. All the ways of cutting down on trash in the are to       .
A recycle anctreuse things.
B. recycle and reduce the amount of trash you make .
C. reuse things, recycle and reduce the amount of trash you make
4. If a broken plastic box is changed into a plastic ruler, the way is to -'
A recycle      B.reuse      C.reduce
5. The word"reduce" in the passage means           .
A还原        B减少       c.增加
In 1999, a television company in Britain made avery popular programme called The 1900 House.
They changed an ordinary house in a street inLondon so it was the same as a house from the year1900. For example, it had no electricity, just gasfor the lights and the kitchen  The toilet was outsidein the garden, and all the furniture was from 1900or before.
Then they found a family-the Bowlers-to livein the house for three months. Six people in thefamily lived in the house: Paul and Joyce Bowler,their daughters, Kathryn, Ruth and Hilary andtheir son, Joe. For three months, while they wereliving in the house, they had to wear Victorianclothes and llve like people at that time. Forexample, they had to wash their hair with egg andlemon, not shampoo. They had to wash theirclothes by hand because they didn't have a washingmachine, and they had to.use the toilet outside inthe garden  But the" family didn't have to goshopping because the TV company did all their ,shopping for themThere were cameras inside the house to film th6family's everyday life, and the Bowlers talked ontelevision about their experiences. Here are some ofthe things that Hilary said later about her time inthe house: "Some things were difficult-we had tofind things to do in the evenings, because there wasno television or computer, and we all had to workhard to clean the house and to cook our food. Mysister and I had to share a bedroom and a bed, too!
It was fun-and we didn't have to go to school everyday, that was nice.  But I don't want to do it againI think I'd like to live in the future, not the past! "
1. The1900 House was made _*
A in the USA in 1900
R in the UK in 1999
C. in Canada before 1900
D. in Australia before 1999
2. How long did the family live there7
A For only one day.
B For about three days.
C. For about 12 weeks.
D. For about one year.
3. What could they find and use in the house?
A Lemons and eggs.
B. Some shampoo.

C. A washing machine.
D. A TV and a computer.
4. Why were there cameras inside the house?
A To stop the thieves.
B To see the films.
C. To help the neighbours.
D. To record everything.
5. What did Paul's daughter think of life in the house?
A It was interesting and easy to live in the past
B  It was fun, but it was hard to live in the past.
C.It was nice, so she wants to try it again
D.It was both terrible to live in the past and future    :
七.(每小题 2分,共 10分)
Britain's smallest school was closed downbecause its only pupil failed to turn up for class,afamous Britain newspaper reported in May.
The newspaper said the six-yearold girl'sparents were unhappy with a teacher who just gotthe new job to teach the only pupil.
The school had been closed for the last ninemonths after its former(前任的) teacher retired(退休)and the only other pupil moved on to a secondaryschooL The new teacher,Ms. Puckey, was to startteaching the girl and reopen the school.
But the girl's mother is keeping her daughter athome.
"I was not pleased with the new teacher," themother said "I had told the old teacher as far backas last September that if Ms. Puckey got the job,mychildren would not be going to school. "The school lies on an island off the northeast ofScotlancL Although there was only one pupil, theschool is very good in many ways and has aheadmaster,three computers,a television,and an artroom as well as a school house with three bedrooms.
1. The reading is about _          .
A the smallest school that was closed down
B. the only pupil in the- smallest school              .
C. the new teacher and her teaching.
D. the old teacher who just retired
2. "Turn up" in the reading means "_.
A. pass an exam               B go to school
C. pay money                    D. hand;.in homework
3. From the reading we can know that the school
A is too far for the studertts
B. does not have enough teachers
C. does not have many pupils new but small
4. Before the school was closed down -
A the girl's mother wanted to teach her daughter at home
B the only pupil move to a secondary school   .
C. a famous newspaper had written something about it       '
D. the girl's mother had 'a talk with the former teacher
5. The reading does not say but we can infer
A the girl's mother had only one child
B. the new teacher was not kind to the girl
C. the old teacher was fit to teach. the girl
D. the parents were unhappy with the school

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