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2010年南京市中考英语试卷及答案(阅读部分)

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If we take a close look at successful language learners, we may discover a few techniques (技巧) which make language learning easier for them.
____1_____, successful language learners are independent learners. They do not depend on (依赖) books or teachers; they _____2____ their own way to learn the language. They try to find the patterns and the rules for themselves ____3____ waiting for the teacher to explain everything. They are good guessers who look for clues and form their ____4_____ conclusions which are very different from others’.
Successful language learning is ____5____ learning. Therefore, successful learners do not wait for a chance to use the language; they ____6____ such a chance. They find people who speak the language and ask these people to correct them _____7___ they make mistakes. They will try anything to communicate. When communication is difficult, they can ____8____ information that is incomplete(不完整的). It is more important for them to learn to ____9_____ in the language than to know the meaning of every word.
Finally, successful language learners are learners with a ___10____ in order to communicate with these people and learn from them. They want to learn a language because they are interested in the language and the people who speak it. It is necessary for them to learn the language.
(   ) 1. A. As usual           B. First of all       C. By the way       D. So far
(   ) 2. A. explain             B. make              C. discover           D. change
(   ) 3. A. instead of         B. after               C. because of      D. from
(   ) 4. A. correct              B. own                C. only                 D. main
(   ) 5. A. ideal                 B. informal          C. early                D. active
(   ) 6. A. look for             B. care about      C. work out          D. write down
(   ) 7. A. until                  B. whether           C. before             D. when
(   ) 8. A. break                B. check             C. download         D. accept
(   ) 9. A. agree                B. ask                 C. think                D. read
(   ) 10. A. purpose          B. certificate        C. guide              D. question  
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A
Presents For Children’s Day
Charles M. Schulz was born in 1922 in Minneapolis, the only child of a housewife and a barber. His interest in comics was encouraged by his father, who loved the funny pages. Charles M. Schulz sold seventeen cartoons to the Saturday Evening Post from 1948 to 1950 and Li’l Folks to the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Peanuts debuted(首次露面) on October 2, 1950, and ran without interruption(中止)for the next fifty years. Charles M. Schulz died in 2000.
 
●IT’S A DOG’S LIFE  SNOOPY
It’s a Dog’s Life, Snoopy brings all your familiar friends together for great times and fun.
 
●IT’S A BIG WORLD  CHARLIE BROWN
Charlie Brown faces some of life’s little challenges with the help of Snoopy, Lucy, Peppermint Patty, Linus, and the rest of the gang(一伙) in It’s a Big World, Charlie Brown.
 
●PEANUTS 2000
The last one is the special edition Peanuts 2000, which includes all the last year’s Peanuts comic strip and Charles M. Schulz’s famous farewell strip.
 
Come and visit our website at www.ballantinebooks.com or come to Ballantine Bookshop, you’ll have a big surprise.
 
 (   ) 1. Why did young Charles become interested in comics?
A. He wanted to sell cartoons   
B. His mother encouraged him.  
C. Cartoons brought him great times and fun  
D. His father’s love for the funny pages influenced him.
(   ) 2. When did Peanuts first appear in public?
A. In 1922          B. In 1948                  C. In 1950                 D. In 2000
(   ) 3. Who doesn’t belong to the Peanuts gang?
A. Snoopy.                 B. Lucy.                    C. Charles M. Schulz.   D. Peppermint Patty.
(   ) 4. Which of the following appeared last?
A. Peanuts 2000                                     B. Li’l Folks   
C. It’s a Dog’s Life, Snoopy                     D. It’s a Big World, Charlie Brown.
(   ) 5. What do you think the passage is?
A. A novel          B. A menu                 C. A diary                    D. An advertisement
  
 B
An Englishman named Phil Shaw invented extreme ironing in 1997 because he was bored doing ironing at home.
Extreme ironing is a special kind of outdoor sport. It combines(使结合) danger and excitement with practical ironing.
Who does extreme ironing? People all over the world who like danger do it. There are about 1,000 people around the world who do extreme ironing. There are extreme ironing clubs and groups in Britain, Germany, South Africa, New Zealand and the United States. You don’t have to have any special qualifications(资格证明) to do it. In fact, anyone can do it. However, it is better to start ironing in your back yard(院子) before you start to iron on top of a mountain.
There are, of course, some rules in extreme ironing. The ironing must be outdoors. You must take an iron, an ironing board, and something that you actually iron to get the wrinkles out. Outdoors includes faraway and unusual places, such as on top of a mountain, while skiing, snowboarding, skydiving, or under water. There are no limits. The more unusual the better. However, you should plan carefully because weather conditions can suddenly change on mountains, for example. You should not do extreme ironing on your own.
What kind of things should you have? You must have a real iron. Travel irons are acceptable. You must not use plastic or toy irons. The clothes you iron must be at least the size of a hand towel. It shouldn’t be just a handkerchief. The board doesn’t have to be a full-size board, but that is preferred. It must be one metre long and thirty centimeters wide and have legs. You must also have proof(证据)of ironing that is either a photo or a video, and it should show a recognizable landmark. Be aware(意识到) that people have already ironed near the top of Everest, the highest mountain in the world, and in the Blue Hole in Egypt, one of the most dangerous places to dive. However, there are still many records to break. Iron on!
(   ) 1. Where did Phil Shaw usually do ironing before 1997?
      A. At home                                             B. On top of a mountain                   
      C. In faraway places                               D. In ironing clubs and groups
(   ) 2. Which is the best advice for beginners to do extreme ironing?
      A.      Doing extreme ironing alone.
      B.      Beginning ironing in their back yards.
      C.      Starting ironing on top of a mountain.
      D.     Joining extreme ironing clubs or groups first.
(   ) 3. Which is NOT necessary for extreme ironing?
      A. A real iron       B. An ironing board   C. A handkerchief     D. Clothes for ironing
(   ) 4. What must you do in extreme ironing?
      A. Iron outdoors                              B. Iron in good weather  
      C. Dive in the Blue Hole                   D. Ski near a mountain
(   ) 5. How do extreme ironers feel when they do the sport?
      A.      They feel bored with extreme ironing.
      B.      They feel excited although it is dangerous
      C.      They feel very frightened near the top of Everest.
      D.     They feel lonely in the places far away from their homes.
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