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作者:21ST
时间:2015-03-27

DAY 1
Plans kick off soon (P2)
Choose the best answer:
1. When Chinese soccer development is reformed, ______.
A. middle schools will be required to form soccer teams and organize competitions
B. the outstanding young soccer players will have access to better training
C. students will learn more about the history of soccer and famous soccer ++players
D. all elementary schools across the country will include soccer in their curriculum
2. Which of the following is TRUE according to the article?
A. Tuition fees at La Masia are so high that many kids cannot afford to study there.
B. Those admitted into La Masia are required to receive a 10-year training plan.
C. The teams in Germany’s Bundesliga academies are divided into 11 levels.
D. Germany’s failure at the 2000 European Championships pushed it to improve its soccer education.
3. What is the author’s purpose in writing this article?
A. To call on the reader to get more involved in soccer.
B. To introduce China’s new reform plan for soccer education.
C. To point out that China must learn from Spain and Germany about soccer education.
D. To analyze why Spain and Germany dominate the world of soccer.


Day 2
Manchester on the rise (P4)
Choose the best answer:
1. What is the author’s main purpose in writing the article?
A. To report on David Cameron’s impression of Manchester.
B. To show all the differences between Manchester and London.
C. To explain what makes Manchester stand out in the UK.
D. To introduce the reader to the history of Manchester’s splendid football culture.
2. Which of the following statements is TRUE about Manchester according to the article?
A. Located in the south of Britain, it is where the industrial revolution began.
B. Karl Marx once worked as a librarian at Chetham Library in the city.
C. It is where The Guardian newspaper and the BBC started.
D. A music scene named “Madchester” developed in the city.
3. How is Paragraph 4 mainly developed?
A. By giving examples.
B. By making comparisons.
C. By following the order of time.
D. By analyzing causes and effects.


Day 3
Mammoths may return (P5)
Choose the best answer:
1. We can infer from the article that ______.
A. scientific studies on mammoths didn’t begin until May 2013
B. the technology to revive mammoth genes is already mature
C. George Church and his colleagues tried to reproduce mammoth DNA
D. Church and his team managed to list all the genes that separate mammoths from elephants
2. According to Church, what is the significance of his study?
A. It could help prevent the extinction of the Asian elephant.
B. It could help people better tell elephant DNA from mammoth genes.
C. It could help bring back some extinct species and save fragile ecosystems.
D. It could help bring mammoths back to life via cloning from frozen remains.
3. The underlined word “unethical” in Paragraph 7 is closest in meaning to ______.
A. wrong B. unworthy
C. impractical D. interesting
4. According to the article, Professor Alex Greenwood believes that _______.
A. there is no need to worry about the extinction of African and Asian elephants at present
B. it’s necessary to bring back species that are beneficial to human beings from extinction
C. the return of the woolly mammoth would help to balance ecosystems
D. it’s more important to protect present species than to bring back extinct ones


Day 4
Dealing with pain (P6)
Choose the best answer:
1. Why didn’t the author go to see the doctor for the first week?
A. Because she thought it was too cold to step out of her room.
B. Because she believed that she could endure the pain like her brother did.
C. Because she was afraid that her brother would laugh at her.
D. Because she expected that the pain would gradually disappear.
2. Who had a disease that was different from the other people mentioned?
A. The author. B. The author’s brother.
C. The author’s parents.
D. The author’s grandparents.
3. After having the injection, the author ______.
A. felt regretful because it hurt so much
B. was satisfied with her recovery
C. felt better but could still feel the “ice pick” pain
D. was busy with housework that had been delayed for days
4. From her experience of arthritis, the author learned that _____.
A. we should be grateful to people who help us relieve pain
B. a stabbing pain in the heart is as painful as one in the foot
C. we should always remember to show our love to the people we love
D. we should never take for granted the pain we experience in life


Day 5
阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从每题所给的A、B、C、D四个选项中,选出最佳选项。
The most famous animal said to be capable of counting was a horse in Germany at the beginning of the 19th century called Clever Hans. The horse’s owner 1 that animals could think and reason as we can and that this 2 could come from training them. He trained Clever Hans to give the 3 to arithmetic (算术的) problems; the horse gave the correct answer by 4 the right number of times with its forefoot. The animal gave the correct answers not only to additions but to other arithmetic, too. It also gave the right answers when the questions were shown to it on a card.
This 5 was talked about so much that scientists studied the horse’s 6 . The committee, after a(n) 7 study, found that Clever Hans’ owner and trainer was 8 . He had not deliberately trained his horse to stop tapping by giving it a slight 9 . Members of the committee got the right answers from Hans 10 when the owner wasn’t there, 11 that this type of trickery (诡计) hadn’t happened.
It looked as if the horse really could think and 12 . But soon after this another scientist found that if the horse was asked questions to which none of the people there knew the answers, then the animal 13 gave a correct answer. The questions were asked by showing the horse a card that the questioner himself had not 14 .
This biologist soon discovered that the horse had actually 15 to very slight unconscious (下意识的) movements of head or body made by a questioner who knew the 16 number of taps. He counted the taps to himself, and when the horse got to the right number, the questioner’s tension (紧张感) was 17 by a small, unconscious movement of his head or body. The horse then 18 tapping. Questioners who didn’t know the answer didn’t do this. The horse had really 19 itself to answer these very small 20 during its training.

1. A. doubted B. believed C. expected D. remembered
2. A. ability B. chance C. knowledge D. method
3. A. answers B. information C. facts D. explanations
4. A. dropping B. jumping C. moving D. tapping
5. A. program B. case C. problem D. model
6. A. activities B. habits C. powers D. interests
7. A. extra B. careful C. general D. simple
8. A. patient B. independent
C. honest D. creative
9. A. attention B. praise C. hint D. trust
10. A. even B. only C. still D. nearly
11. A. considering B. pretending C. proving D. knowing
12. A. argue B. count C. work D. play
13. A. always B. ever C. sometimes D. never 
14. A. answered B. designed
C. improved D. read
15. A. complained B. compared
C. returned D. responded
16. A. correct B. direct C. strange D. various
17. A. checked B. offered C. ignored D. shown
18. A. began B. continued C. practiced D. stopped
19. A. forced B. permitted C. taught D. regretted
20. A. instructions B. movements C. questions D. suggestions
(答案见下期)
21 ST
上期参考答案
D1 1-4 DCCC D2 1-3 CAB D3 1-3 BCB
D4 1-4 BACC D5 1-3 BCB


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