I need make a shopping list, take enough money and carry my own shopping bags.
意思相版近的句子： There are many nice things in the shopping mall,but what you really need is only some of them.
主题句：权 Here are some shopping tips for you
A. 有规律的上网 B. 晚上上网 C. 和朋友在网上聊天 D. 不咋上网
Mr. Smith usually got up late in the morning, so Mrs. Smith always called him up in order to make him not to be late for work. One day, they had a loud and long quarelling, so they were not speaking to each other. In the evening Mr. Smith handed his wife a piece of paper. He had written" call me at 7 in the morning" on it. Then without a word, he went to sleep.
Next morning, when Mr. Smith woke up, it was already 9:30.He got up and put on his clothes quickly. As he went out, he found another piece of paper on the table." It's seven o'clock. Get up!"
( )1.Mr.Smith woke up earlier than his wife every morning.
( )2.After the quarelling. Mr. Smith still wanted his wife to wake him up.
( )3.Mr.Smith did not speak to his wife the whole evening.
( )4.Mrs.Smith did not want to speak to him either.
( )5.Mr.Smith might be late for work that morning.
( )1.If Mrs. Smith did not wake him up, usually Mr. Smith might ________.
a. be late for work b. get angry
c. sleep all day d. quarrel with his wife
( )2.Why weren't they speaking to each other?
a. They had quarreled b. They couldn't speak
c. They were afraid to speak d. They wanted to be quiet
( )3.Why did Mr. Smith write a piece of paper to ask his wife to call him up the next morning?
a. He liked writing b. He was afraid that his wife might forget
c. They had just quarreled d. They were not speaking to each other.
( )4.Mrs.Smith woke up the next morning_______.
a. before 7 b. after 7 c. at 9:30 d. at 6:30
( )5.Mr.Smith woke up late by _______.
a. two and a half hours b. one hour c. half an hour d. about three hours
Mr. Smith gave his wife money every Friday evening. His wife always spent it all before the next Wednesday, so that for the next three days she had no money to spend at all.
One day Mr. Smith asked her," But how did you spend all that money?" She answered," I don't know. "So one Friday evening, Mr. Smith gave her money together with an exercise book and a pencil. He said to his wife," Please write down how you spend the money."
Next Tuesday, his wife had no money again. Mr. Smith took the exercise book to see how she had spent it." I have done what you told me," She said gladly. She had written "Friday, I got 18 pounds from Mr. Smith "on the first page, and on the second page, she wrote," Tuesday, I have spent it all."
( )1.Mr.Smith gave money to his wife.
( )2.Mrs.Smith had no money to spend on Wednesdays.
( )3.Mrs.Smith did what her husband asked her to do.
( )4.Mrs.Smith was glad in the end.
( )1.Mrs.Smith always spent all the money_______.
a. the next day b. in four days c. in a week d. on next Wednesday
( )2.Mr.Smith gave his wife an exercise book and a pencil and asked her to ______.
a. to do homework b. to have a look
c. to write down how she spent the money d. to draw a picture on it
( )3.Mrs.Smith was _______ to do what Mr. Smith asked her to do.
a. happy b. sad c. sorry d. excited
( )4.Mr.Smith gave his wife money ______ a week.
a. once b. twice c. three times d. four times
( )5.They story tells us that Mrs. Smith was not very _____.
a. glad b. tall c. careful d. good
判断：1.×（第二句话说because his friend’s home is very far）
2.×（第三句话和第四内句话On his way, he says to himself, ”容My friend is going to give me a very good lunch.” Then he throws them away.）
3.√（第六句话There’s no boat on the river.）
4.×（倒数第二句话He quickly goes up, but the dog runs away. ）
5.√（第八句话和最后一句话都可以体现He start to go home.He is still hungry and he goes back home.）
选择：1.C 2.C 3.A 4.B
E. 英语短文阅读理解 答案与解析
D 在第一段的第五行，not only...这一句
H. 英语阅读理解练习题及答案 越短越好
Betty and KittyBetty and Kitty are twins. They’re 12 years old. They look the same. But they have different hobbies. Betty likes collecting stamps. She has many beautiful stamps. They’re from different cities and countries. But Kitty likes growing flowers. The flowers are all very beautiful.Betty and Kitty both like reading books. Betty likes reading storybooks. But Kitty likes reading science books.On Sunday, they usually ride bikes to the park. They can play with their friends there. Sometimes their parents go there, too.
( ) 1. Betty is Kitty’s sister.
( ) 2. Betty likes growing flowers.
( ) 3. Kitty likes reading storybooks.
( ) 4. They’re twelve years old.
( ) 5. They usually take a bus to the park on Saturday.
Lovely pandasPandas’ faces look like cats’, but their fat bodies and short tails are like bears’. Pandas are very lovely and they are friendly to people. People likes them very much.Most Pandas live in China. The northwestern part of Sichuan Province(省) and southern part of Gansu Province are their hometowns. Pandas like to climb trees. They usually live in the forests of high mountains, eat bamboo and drink spring water.
( )1. The panda mainly lives in . A. America B. Shanghai C. London D. China
( )2. is like a cat’s. A. The panda B. The panda’s face C. The panda’s body D. The panda’s tail
( )3. Where are the pandas’ hometowns? A. Guangdong and Gansu. B. Sichuan and Suzhou.C. Gansu and Sichuan D. Hubei and Sichuan
( )4. What’s the panda’s main food? A. Rice. B. Meat. C. Bamboo. D. Grass.
Four Good FriendsMary, Nancy, Ron and Kate are good friends. Mary’s favorite number is 3 and her favorite country is France. 16 is Nancy’s number, and America is her favorite country. Ron likes Japan very much. 30 is his favorite number. Whose favorite number is 60? Oh, it is Kate. Kate’s father works in Chinese food very much and they also like Chinese people. Kate’s lucky number is 6. All of them hope that one day they can travel the world together.
1. What’s Mary’s favorite number?
2. What’s Nancy’s favorite country?
3. What’s Kate’s father’s job?
4. Does Kate like Chinese food?
“God made the world, but the Dutch made Holland.” True to this saying, the people of the Netherlands are again “making” their land.
About 1980 the Netherlands will complete a project begun in the 1920’s: transforming the Zyuder Zee, an inlet (小港) of the North Sea into dry land and a freshwater lake. By stages, 550,000 acres of land will serve several purposes: instrial, recreational, military, and agricultural. Fed by the river Yssel, the remaining water basin Lake Yssel, about 300,000 acres will irrigate the surrounding land and help in the fight against salination (盐化作用). Excess water will drain through sluices into the sea.
As the first stop a nineteen-mile-long barrier dam, rising twenty-five feet above sea level, closed the entrance to the Zuider Zee. Then the experimental polder of a hundred acres preceded the first and smallest of the main polders fifty thousand acres that became dry land in 1930. The fifth and largest polder 150,000 acres will be the last of the Zuider Zee works.
Farmers for the new polder (开拓地) come from every province. The Eastern Flevoland polder, completed in 1957, became farmland for many from the province of Zealand which was badly hit by the disastrous floods of 1953.
31. This article gives a present-day example of how__________.
A. salty soils are desalinated B. the Netherlands has increased its land area
C. irrigation systems are built D. dams are constructed
32. The period taken for the Zuider Zee project is__________.
A. from 1900 up to 1960 B. from the 1920 till about 1980
C. from 1930 to 1957 D. less than fifty years
33. The Zuider Zee will be replaced by____________.
A. 550,000 acres of land B. 300,000 acres of fresh water
C. both A and B D. Neither A nor B
34. The article gives a measurement for the__________.
A. height of the barrier dam B. width of the barrier dam
C. width of the road along the dam D. height above sea level of the area on the land side of dam
35. Implied but not stated:
A. The first step in the project was a barrier dam.
B. The polder recipe was first used in this century.
C. Half of the Netherlands is below sea level.
D. There is more than one method of fighting salination.
D B C D A
During the Christmas shopping rush in London, the intriguing story was reported of a tramp(流浪汉) who, apparently through no fault of his own, found himself locked in a well-known chain store late on Christmas Eve. No doubt the store was crowded with last minute Christmas shoppers and the staff were dead beat and longing to get home. Presumably all the proper Security checks were made before the store was locked and they left to enjoy the three-day holiday untroubled by customers desperate to get last minute Christmas presents
However that may be, our tramp found himself alone in the store and decided to make the best of it. There was food, drink, bedding and camping equipment, of which he made good use. There must also have been television sets and radios Though it was not reported if he took advantage of these facilities, when the shop re-opened, he was discovered in bed with a large number of empty bottles beside him. He seems to have been a man of good humor and philosophic temperament---as indeed vagrants(流浪汉) very commonly arc. Everyone also was enjoying Christmas, so he saw no good reason why he should not do the same. He submitted, cheerfully enough, to being taken way by the police. Perhaps he had bad a better Christmas than usual. He was sent to prison for Seven days. The judge awarded no compensation to the chain store for the food and drink our tramp had consumed. They had, in his opinion, already received valuable free publicity from the coverage the story received in the newspapers and on television. Perhaps the judge had had a good Christmas too.
1. The tramp was locked in the store____
A. for his mistakes. B. e to a misunderstanding. C. by accident. D. through an error of judgment.
2. The staff were 'dead beat' means they were _____
A. half asleep. B. exhausted. C. irritable. D. forgetful.
3. What action did the tramp take? He_____
A. looted the store. B. made himself at home.
C. went to sleep for 2 days. D. had a Christmas party.
4. When the tramp was arrested, he _____
A. laughed at the police. B. looked forward to going to pr)son.
C. rook his bottles with him. D. didn't make any fuss.
5. Why didn't the judge award compensation to the chain store?
A. The tramp had stolen nothing of value.
B. The store had profited by the incident.
C. The tramp deserved a happy Christmas.
D. The store was responsible for what happened.
1.C(apparently through no fault of his own)第一段中找答案
2.B（No doubt the store was crowded with last minute Christmas shoppers and the staff were dead beat and longing to get home.）
4.D（He submitted, cheerfully enough, to being taken way by the police. ）
5.B（They had, in his opinion, already received valuable free publicity from the coverage the story received in the newspapers and on television. ）
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