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460期 初三Quiz time

Day 1
1. Most kids will get the flu during their ________ ________.

2. When you have the flu, you usually get a ________, have a ________, feel ________ and may have a sore throat as well.

3. Sometimes it is not easy to tell whether you have the flu or a ________.

4. Most kids get the flu ________ ________. The best way to prevent a flu is to ________ ________ ________ and get the flu shot.

Day 2
Clean up mount waste (P2)
Choose the answer:
1. Why has Mount Qomolongma become
the “world’s highest junkyard”?
A. Because humans have conquered it and
it is of no use.
B. Because climbers leave trash there and
nobody cleans it.
C. Because rubbish can’t be put that high.
D. Because no cleaner wants to clean it.

2. How long is Mount Qomolongma’s
climbing season?
A. For half a year.
B. For four months.
C. For two months.
D. For half a month.

3. What will happen if climbers dig holes
in the snow and leave their waste there?
A. It will be buried in the snow forever.
B. It will eventually come out in the open.
C. It will be taken away by the melting snow.
D. It will disappear eventually.

4. What can we tell from the story?
A. Both China and Nepal collect cleaning
B. The Nepalese government asks each
climber to bring down 10 kg of trash.
C. The Chinese government makes climbers
leave a deposit of $4,000.
D. Both China and Nepal are working hard to
keep the peak clean.

Day 3
Truth behind the ‘apple a day’... (P5)
Choose the answer:
1. The old saying “An apple a day keeps
the doctor away” may come from _____.
A. doctors
B. scientists
C. France
D. Wales

2. According to the new study, if you eat
an apple a day, _____.
A. you are unlikely to get ill
B. it makes no big difference to your health
C. you are much healthier than non-apple
D. you weigh less than non-apple eaters

3. NBC News thinks that the old saying
may come from the fact that _____.
A. it is rich in vitamin C
B. it contains a lot of calcium
C. it plays a big part in a healthy food pattern
D. it can be found throughout the year

4. We can infer from the article that _____.
A. people with a higher education are less
likely to get ill
B. eating apples is not the healthiest habit
C. people who eat apples less often are
healthier than others
D. an apple a day is not enough to make
people much healthier

Day 4
Learning the hard way (P6)
Choose the answer:
1. What does the underlined word “it” in
Paragraph 2 refer to?
A. The writer’s worries about her children’s
B. The bad relationship between the writer
and her mother.
C. The writer’s mother’s real purpose of
asking her to slow down.
D. The reason why the writer said her
mother’s words to her kids.

2. Why did the writer tell us about her foot
injury story?
A. To explain how to avoid an accident in the
B. To show that she was so careless as to
hurt her toes.
C. To show how badly she missed her
mother’s words.
D. To describe how she understood her
mother’s advice through experience.

3. How does the writer feel about her
mother now?
A. Hateful. B. Thankful.
C. Sorry. D. Worried.

4. What is the main message of the story?
A. Thinking twice about mistakes helps us
improve ourselves.
B. Everybody needs time to learn to be a
C. Young people should try to follow
elders’ advice.
D. A successful parent always believes in
their children.

Day 5
The Japanese Macaca monkey (猕猴) has been studied in the wild for over 50 years. In 1952, on one small Japanese island, scientists dropped some 1 with dirt for the monkeys. The monkeys liked the taste, but they found the dirt to be 2 . One clever 18-month-old monkey found he could 3 the problem by washing the sweet potatoes in a nearby river. She taught this to her mother. Her 4 also learned this new way and they taught their mothers too.
All the younger monkeys 5 learned to wash the dirty sweet potatoes to make them 6 to eat. But many old monkeys found it very hard to learn this and still ate the 7 sweet potatoes.
Then something very surprising 8 . In the autumn of 1958, scientists found that monkeys on a nearby 9 began washing their sweet potatoes too. Scientists still don’t fully understand how this knowledge was 10 from one island to another.

1. A. sweet potatoes B. green plants
C. hard stones D. fresh nuts
2. A. beautiful B. terrible
C. difficult D. interesting
3. A. find B. reach
C. solve D. understand
4. A. children B. brothers
C. sisters D. friends
5. A. quietly B. easily
C. angrily D. awfully
6. A. cleaner B. smaller
C. lighter D. drier
7. A. small B. large
C. new D. dirty
8. A. took on B. took off
C. took place D. took away
9. A. tree B. island
C. beach D. river
10. A. learned B. dropped
C. passed D. left


【Listening Cafe】 BABC
听力原文:There is a special festival in Thailand that people and animals celebrate together. It’s Elephant Festival, which takes place in the third week of November. In many parts of Thailand, people there are good at training elephants. The festival aims to show the importance of elephants and people’s relationship with them. Elephants have played an important part in Thailand’s history and culture. People used to use them in battles in the past and they are now important for tourism.
First of all, there are elephant parades. More than 300 elephants will join the parades in the festival. People dress up in different kinds of Thai clothes. They also decorate their elephants beautifully. After the parade, the elephants come to a certain place to enjoy fruit as breakfast. There are quite a few activities in the festival. For example, soccer matches and dances are held between elephants to show their strength and skills.
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