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                                           A (06南京)

                                Accident Report Form

Accident:

A car crashed into a tree.

Some people were trapped in the car.

Weather conditions:

There was a heavy rain.

Date of call:

June 3,2006

Time of call:

9:30 p.m.

Name of caller:

Mrs Green

Place:

Zhongshan Road, Nanjing

Conditions of victims:

Mr Green hurt his head.

Mrs Green hurt her left leg.

Their daughter felt frightened.

Action:

Policemen arrived at 9:40 p.m. and sent the victims to Gulou Hospital at 9:45 p.m.

(   ) 1.What time did Mrs Green call the police?

       A. At 9:30 a.m.                                   B. At 9:30 p.m.

       C. At 9:40 p.m.                                  D. At 9:45 p.m.

(   ) 2. How many people were trapped in the car?

      A. One.                B. Two                         C. Three                D. Four

(   ) 3. Whose left leg was hurt?

      A. Mrs Green’s.            B. Their daughter’s.           C. Mr Green’s      D. Their friend’s.

(   ) 4. What was the weather like that day?

      A. It was sunny.            B. It was snowy.                 C. It was cloudy.    D. It was rainy.

(   ) 5. Which of the following is TRUE?

     A. The car crashed into a wall.

     B. Their daughter hurt her leg and was sent to the hospital.

     C. The car accident happened on Zhongshan Road in Nanjing.

     D. The policemen arrived half an hour later and sent the victims to the hospital.

                                                               

                                                                        B(09宿迁)

No one can change the weather. Nobody can control the weather. But if we read correctly the signs around us, we can tell what the more important changes in the weather will be. This way of telling what the weather will be like on the following day or two is called weather forecasting(天气预报).

For many centuries and in all countries, people have studied the weather and tried to make weather forecasting. Rings around the sun are a sign of coming rain. That many people feel their joints(关节) hurt is a sign of wet weather. Some birds fly high if fine weather is coming, but they fly near the ground if rainy or stormy weather is on the way. If you see a rainbow during rainy weather, this is a sign that the weather will become clear and fine. Such rainbows come in the evening. If the stars twinkle clearly at night, then fine weather will continue. If a fog appears in the morning just above a river, then the day will be warm. If the sunset is mostly red in colour, then the following day will be fine. If a rainbow appears in the morning, rainy weather will probably come.

Most of the above sayings have been made by the people who have used their eyes and brains to make weather forecasting.

(   )1. Which of the following can be used here to replace(取代) the underlined phrase “on the

         way”?

   A. away                  B. gone                 C. disappearing             D. coming

(   )2. When you see the stars twinkle clearly at night, the weather will be_________.

   A. warm                 B. rainy                 C. clear and fine            D. cold

(   )3. Which of the following signs can tell the weather will probably be rainy?

   A. A rainbow appears in the morning.

   B. Some birds fly high.

   C. The stars twinkle clearly at night.

   D. Fogs appear in the morning just above a river.

 

                                                                          C(09扬州)

One terribly cold day, a snowstorm hit our area. Needing firewood, I quickly set out with my best friend, Bruce, to look for a tree to cut down. Cutting down a tree in a snowstorm can be dangerous. So it was important to have a friend who could warn me of dangers.

When I chose a big 23-meter-tall tree and prepared to cut it down, Bruce suddenly warned me, “Don’t cut down that tree! It’s too close to the power line!” I wasn’t sure about it. So I decided to disregard his warning. I couldn’t wait to finish the job and go back home. I began cutting down the tree. When the tree fell, there was no longer any doubt whether my friend was right.

The tree caught the power line, bringing it to the ground. I considered cutting the tree off the line. After all, electricity can’t travel through wood. As I reached out my finger to touch the tree, pain ran up my arm and through my head. I had been shocked!

After I returned home and told my mother what happened, she quickly called the power company. Workers from the power company soon arrived. One of them asked if I had touched the tree, and when I told him I had, his face turned pale. “You should have been killed,” he said. It was my boots that saved my life.

Within two hours, the workers removed the tree. Soon the snowstorm calmed down——but not my mother. Even though she was glad that I wasn’t hurt, my mother was still serious with me. After all(毕竟), I shouldn’t have brushed off my friend’s warning.

(   ) 1. Although Bruce warned him, the writer still cut the tree down because ____________.

       A. he was sure there would be nothing to happen

       B. he wasn’t sure if Bruce was right and expected to go home earlier

       C. he didn’t hear his friend’s warning at all because of the blowing wind

       D. he knew electricity can’t travel through wood

(   ) 2. The underlined phrase “brushed off” in the last paragraph may mean “____________”.

       A. pay no attention to     B. give up        C. think over         D. give in

(   ) 3. Which of the following statements is NOT true according to the passage?

      A. Without his boots, the writer would have been killed by electricity.

      B. The writer’s mother was angry with what he had done.

      C. When the tree was cut down, the writer realized his friend was right.

     D. When the tree caught the power line, Bruce called the power company.

(   ) 4. In the passage, the writer mainly wanted to tell us ____________.

     A. one of his terrible experiences when cutting down a tree

     B. not to cut trees down any more to prevent dangers from happening

     C. it’s important to listen to other people’s opinions

     D. to be careful while we’re working with friends

 

D. 任务型阅读: (08镇江)

When the earthquake happened

Have you sent messages to your friends in Sichuan to see if they are all right? Did you feel the earthquake in your city? Tell us your stories about fear, strength and life. You can write them down on the website, www. chinadaily. com. cn.

 

How to Give a Hand

Donate

money

Go to a bank

Name: Red Cross Society of China

Bank: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Beijing Branch, Dongsinan subbranch

Account( 账号) : 0200 0010 0901 4413 252

Go to a post office

Name: Red Cross Society of China 

Address: No. 8 Beixinqiao Santiao, Dongcheng District, Beijing

Postcode: 100007

Donate by mobile phone

Send the text message "1" or "2" to 1069999301 through your mobile to donate one or two yuan to the Red Cross Rescue Operation.

Donate

blood

Go to the Red Cross Blood Centre in your city. There might also be minibuses for collecting blood in the centre.

 

根据以上信息,完成1-5小题,每空填一词。

1. The terrible________ happened in Sichuan.

2. If you want to tell your story on the Internet, you can write it down on the_____, www. chinadaily.

    com. cn.

3. If a person has donated some money to the account 0200 0010 0901 4413 252, he must have

    been to a________.

4. Someone has sent text message u2" five times. That means he has donated________ yuan.

5. People can donate money and________ to the Red Cross.

 

 

 

 

Keys:

A) B C A D C

B)D C A

C) B A D C

D) 1. earthquake  2. website  3. bank  4. 10/ten  5. blood 

 

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