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09中考英语试题-阅读理解(一)  

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09中考英语试题-阅读理解(一)


(一)(2009甘肃兰州)
Are you looking for something fun and would you like to help others in your spare time? Then join us to be a volunteer! We’re a non-profit (赢利的) organization. We have volunteer jobs of all ages. Anyone, from twelve-year-old children to people in their seventies can become a volunteer.
You can help people in many ways. Schools need help with taking care of children while parents are working. Hospitals need volunteers to look after children while their parents are seeing a doctor. Animal lovers can help take care of those dogs and cats without homes. There is something for everyone.
“As a volunteer, I don’t want to get anything. Seeing the children’s happy faces, I’m happy, too.” Said Carlos Domingo, an old woman of 62. “I often played computer games in my spare time before. Now I help older people learn how to use computers.” said another volunteer at the age of 18.
If everyone helps out a bit, we’ll have a better world to live in. Interested? Call us 1-800-555-5756 or visit our website:
www.activol.com.
1.When do the volunteers help others?
A.In their spare time.     B.At weekends      C.On weekdays.         D.In the evenings.
2. _____ can be a volunteer.
A.Children             B.Old women       C.Anyone aged 12-70     D.Young people
3.Volunteers want to get _______ when they help others.
A.money              B.computers         C.everything        D.nothing
4.Carlos Domingo does volunteer work with ______.
A.animals             B.children           C.computers        D.older people
5.We can read such a passage ______.
A.in a newspaper       B.in a storybook      C.in a picture book   D.in a textbook
【答案】1-5 ACDBA 
(二)(2009广州)
On 26th January, the biggest earthquake (地震) in India took the lives of 25, 000 people. In the morning, when everybody was enjoying holiday, earthquake began. It was about 7. 5 on the Ritcher scale. "There is nothing left between the sky and the earth any more. Everything has been pulled down, " said one of the villagers alive. "There is no water, no food and no one has come to help. "
Nobody died in Pakistan, a country next to India. The City of Lahore was lucky. In Lahore American School, where I was studying, all of the students were safe. They were on the field, so most children didn't feel anything. The earthquake was felt by the teachers that were on the second floor. However, though Mrs Young was also on the second floor, she didn't feel anything. She didn't know what happened until a teacher told her about it. Those teachers who were on the other floors had different feelings. Mr Emond, the maths teacher from Australia, said that when the earthquake started he thought there was something wrong with him, but then another teacher said that it was an earthquake. After those words Mr Emond felt better. Mrs Davis and Mr Frost didn't feel anything either.
My mother didn't feel anything. She didn't even know that it was an earthquake till she saw a shaking (moving from side to side) light. My dad saw the computer shaking and then he looked out of the window and saw many people going out.
1. People use "Ritcher scale" to tell      .
A. where the earthquake takes place
B. when the earthquake takes place
C. how serious the earthquake is
D. how long the earthquake lasts
2. We learn that       from the sentence " There is nothing left between the sky and the earth any more. "
A. India is a large country
B. the Indian people had nothing after the earthquake
C. there is no tall building in India
D. the earthquake in India was serious
3. The City of Lahore is      .
A. in India           B. in America  C. in Pakistan      D. in Australia
4. Which is true?
A.  I was with my parents when the earthquake happened.
B. The earthquake in the city of Lahore  wasn't serious.
C. People in the City of Lahore were frightened when they knew it was an earthquake.
D. The teachers in Lahore American School were afraid of the earthquake.
【答案】1. C    2. B     3. C     4. B   
(三)(2009山东威海)


【答案】41—45 DABCC
(四)(2009山东威海)


【答案】

(五)(2009江西)


【答案】69—72 BDCA
(六)(2009江西)


【答案】73—76 DAAD
(七)(2009南京)


【答案】
(八)(2009河南)
A jobless man wanted very much to have the position of “office boy” at Microsoft. The HR manager interviewed him and then watched him cleaning the floor as a test. “You have passed the test,” he said. “Give me your e-mail address and I’ll send you the form to fill in and the date when you may start.” The man replied, “But I don’t have a computer, neither an e-mail.” “I’m sorry,” said the HR manager. “If you don’t have an e-mail, that means you are not living. And anyone who isn’t living cannot have the job.”
The man left with no hope at all. He didn’t know what to do with only $10 in his pocket. He thought and thought. Then he went to the supermarket and bought 10 kilos of tomatoes. He sold the tomatoes from door to door. In less than two hours, he had 20 dollars. He repeated the operation three times, and started to go early every day, and returned home late. Shortly, he bought a cart , then a truck, then he had his own fleet of delivery vehicles(运货车队). Five years later, the man was one of the biggest food retailers (零售商)  in the US.
One day, one of his friends asked him for his e-mail. He said, “I haven’t got one.” His friend couldn’t believe his ears. “Can you imagine what you could have been if you had an e-mail?” The man thought for a while and replied, “Yes, I’d be an office boy at Microsoft!”
根据材料内容选择最佳答案,并将其标号填入题前括号内。
(   )1. What did the man do for the test?
        A. He sent e-mails.                      B. He did the cleaning
        C. He sold computers.                    D. He filled in forms.
(   )2. The man didn’t get the job because he_____________.
        A. disliked such a job                    B. didn’t pass the test
        C. didn’t have an e-mail                  D. knew nothing about computers
(   )3. The man ______after he left Microsoft.
        A. went to look for another job             B. asked for food from door to door
        C. thought of an idea to make monkey       D. bought a computer and got an e-mail
(   )4. Why could the man become one of the biggest food retailers in the US?
A. Because he had many friends to help him.
B. Because he was smart and worked very hard.
C. Because he had his own fleet of delivery vehicles.
   D. Because he wanted to show Microsoft he was living.
(   )5. What does the story want to tell us?
A. Computers are very important in our daily life.
B. Everyone can make a lot of money with only$10.
C. The HR manager didn’t find the ability of the man.
D. Nothing in the world is impossible if we work hard.
【答案】BCCBD
(九)(2009湖北宜昌)
 Whenhewas16,hisfatherseriouslysaidtohim,"I’lgiveyouwhateveryouwantbeforeyouare18.Butafterthat,Iwon’tcaremuchaboutyou,andyoushouldgivemewhateverIwant."Whenhis18thbirthdaywascoming,theyoungmanbeganthinkingaboutlookingforajob.Sohesentresumes(简历)tomanycompanieshelikedontheinternet."But,mostgotnoreply,"hesaid."Maybetheyweresurprisedaboutmyprimaryschooleducation."
    Bychance,oneofhisfriendswaslook-ingforsomeone,whocouldworkasaneggporter(搬运工)inthesupermarket,for0.5yuanabox.Facinglotsofdifficultiesinget-tingajob,hesaid,"I’ltakethisjob.AtleastIcanmakesomemoneyformypetrol(汽油)."Theneveryday,hedrovehiscar,his18thbirthdaygift,toworkinthesu-permarket.Hedidthatforthreemonths.
    Later,heheardthatanewspaperwaslookingforanetworktechnician(网络技术员),soheaskedforit.Buttheywerealsoworried abouthisschooleducation.Hepracticedhisskilrightinfrontofthecom-puter,andshowedthemanagerswebpageshehaddesigned.Hestartedtoworkthenextday,andbecamethedirectorofnet-workdepartmentinlessthanayear.
    Andnow,the23-year-oldmanisaboss.InJanuary2005,hestartedamagazineforchildren,withhimselfastheeditorinchief(主编).Andtheonlywriterwashisfa-ther.
    61.Itwasdifficultfortheyoungmantogetajobbecause___________.
    A.hewasonly18yearsoldB.hisfathercaredtoomuchabouthim
    C.hehadanexpensivecarD.hedidn’thaveenoughschooleducation
    62.Whatdidthe18thbirthdaymeantotheyoungman?
    A.Hecouldgetacarasagift.
    B.Hehadtomakealivingalbyhim-self. C.Hehadtoleavehisparents.
    D.Hehadtoworkinasupermarket.
    63.Theyoungman’sfathermightbe_____________.
    A.awel-knownandrichwriter
    B.acomputerprogrammer
    C.averyoldandkindman
    D.amanagerofabigcompany
    64.Theyoungmangotthejobasanetworktechnicianbecause____________.
    A.hewantedtobeadirector  B.hisresumesweresentthroughinter-net
    C.hewasverygoodatcomputer
    D.hedecidedtoworkforthenewspa-per
65.Themagazinetheyoungmanstart-edwasperhaps____________.
    A.aboutnetworktechnicians
    B.aboutworkingfornewspapers
    C.madeofmanyfunnystories
    D.soldonlyinsupermarkets
【答案】 61~65 DBACC
   (十)(2009湖北宜昌)
读短文,将方框里的五个句子还原到短文当中
A. his mother is not herself anymore
    B. that mighthurtherson
    C.itwastoohardforhim
    D.andnever,NEVERthischild
    E.herownchildisabletodoanything
    OnedayCharleywasreadingabook.Butthelibrarianladydidn’tlethimborrowthebookbecauseshethought 66 .WhenhismotherlearnedthatDon’ttelachildsomething’stoohard, 67 "
    Iwassoimpressedbyhismother.Howgreatthewomanwas! Whenachildishurt, 68 .Shewouldrathersuffer(受苦)forherchild,ifitispossible.Shewilfightforherchildnomatterwhotheothersideis.
    Amotherisalwaysveryproudofherchild,andshethinks 69 .SowhenCharley’smom learnedwhathappenedtoherson,shewasupset.Shelovedandcaredaboutherson so much thatsheevencouldn’tstandanything 70 .Asamother,shehadtomakesurehersongotwhateverheneededbywhatshesaidandwhatshedid.
【答案】
    66~70 CDAEB
(十一)(2009娄底)
阅读下面的短文,判断短文后面的句子是否符合短文内容。符合的写(A),不符合的写(B)。
It was a cold night. The taxi driver didn’t take even one passenger(乘客) all day. When he went by the railway station, he saw a young man coming out with two bags in his hands. So he drove to him  and asked, “Where are you going,sir?”
“To the Red Hotel,” the young man answered. When the taxi driver heard this, he didn’t feel happy any more. The young man would give him only three dollars because the hotel was near the railway station. But suddenly, he had an idea. He took the young man through many streets of the big city.
After a long time, they arrived at the hotel. “Here we are! You should pay me fifteen dollars, please,” the taxi driver said to the young man. “What? Fifteen dollars! Do you think I’m a fool? Only last week, I took a taxi from the railway station to this hotel and I only gave the driver thirteen dollars. I know how much I have to pay for the trip.” 
1.The driver was not happy before he saw the young man.
2. It is very far from the railway station to the Red Hotel.
3. The young man was cheated(骗).
4. The two taxi drivers were both honest.
5. Maybe the taxi driver got thirteen dollars at last.
【答案】1—5 ABABA 
(十二)(2009宿迁)
Dear Amy,
I couldn’t read your two e-mails until today because my computer was broken. I’m sorry to hear about your problem, but I’m glad you’re feeling better and are recovering(康复). I’m surprised that in China someone’s liver(肝脏) matched yours! This is really a moving story– a stranger donated part of his liver to a girl he doesn’t even know!
You’re right. We shouldn’t care too much about our weight. I’m happy you stopped taking those weight-loss pills. From your photo I can see you are now looking very well in the hospital. To keep slim is important, especially for an actress, but nothing is more important than health. Your doctor’s advice is indeed very good– exercise for at least half an hour every day and eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
It’s not only in your country. It’s the same here with us Chinese– many people are always going on diets or taking weight-loss pills, which are often dangerous. But in fact, some of them are not overweight(超重) at all. I hope these people can learn something from your story. Hope you will leave hospital as soon as possible.
Love
XXX
39. Who does “a girl” in the letter refer to?
   A. The writer of the letter.               B. Amy.
   C. A stranger.                         D. An unknown person.
40. Which country is the writer of the letter from?
   A. America.                          B. China.
   C. Germany.                          D. England.
41. Which of the following is NOT right?
   A. Amy has probably just received an operation on liver.
   B. Amy is now probably in hospital recovering.
   C. A Chinese man donated part of his liver to Amy.
   D. Amy is now still going on diets or taking weight-loss pills.
【答案】39-41BB D
(十三)(2009宿迁)
When I was about 12, I had an enemy, a girl who liked to be point out my shortcomings(缺点). Sometimes she said I was thin. Sometimes she said I was lazy. Sometimes she said I wasn’t a good student. Sometimes she said I talked too much, and so on. I tried to put up with(忍受) her as long as I could. At last, I became very angry. I ran to my father with tears in my eyes.
   He listened to me quietly, and then he asked, “Are the things she said true or not? Mary, didn’t you ever wonder what you’re really like? Go and make a list of everything she said and mark the points that are true. Pay no attention to the other things she said.”
   I did as he told me and to my surprise, I discovered that about half the things were true.
   I brought the list back to my dad. He refused to take it. “That’s just for you,” he said. “You know better than anyone else the truth about yourself. When something said about you is true, you’ll find it will be helpful to you. Don’t shut your ears. Listen to them all, but hear the truth and do what you think is right.”
   Many years have passed. The situation often appears in my mind. In our life we often meet with some trouble and we often go to someone and ask for advice. For some advice you will treasure(珍惜) all your life!
42. What did the writer’s father do after he heard her complaints(抱怨)?
   A. He agreed with her “enemy”.
   B. he let her continue to put up with her “enemy”.
   C. He told her to write down all her “enemy” had said about her.
   D. He told her not to pay attention to what her “enemy” had said.
43. The writer felt________ when she did the things as her father had told her.
   A. surprised       B. angry       C. disappointed       D. sad
44. Which of the following can we know from the passage?
   A. The “enemy” thought the writer was pretty.
   B. The “enemy” thought the writer studied hard.
   C. The writer and her “enemy” became best friends at last.
   D. The writer is grateful to her father.
45. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?
   A. My Parents
   B. A Serious Criticism(批评)
   C. What People Say About You Is Always Right
   D. The Best Advice I Ever Had
【答案】42-45 CADD
(十四)(2009无锡)


【答案】26—28 ADC
(十五)(2009无锡)

 

【答案】36—40 CABAD
(十六)(2009德州市)
Mark was walking home from school one day when he noticed a boy ahead of him. He had tripped (绊倒) and dropped all of the books he was carrying, along with some clothes, a baseball bat and a glove.
Mark knelt (跪) down and helped the boy pick up the things. Since they were going the same way, he offered to carry some things for the boy.
As they walked, Mark discovered the boy’s name was Bill. He loved video games, baseball and history, but he was having trouble with some of his subjects.
They arrived at Bill’s home first. Mark was invited in for a Coke and to watch some television. The afternoon passed pleasantly with some laughs and talk. Then Mark went home.
They continued to see each other around school, had lunch together once or twice, then both graduated from junior school.
Three days before graduation, Bill asked Mark if they could talk.
Bill reminded (提醒) Mark of the day years ago when they had first met. “Did you ever wonder why I was carrying so many things home that day?” asked Bill.
“You see, I took away all my things from school. I had stored away some of my mother’s sleeping pills (安眠药). I was going home to kill myself. But after we spent some time talking and laughing, I realized that if I had died, I would have missed so many good times. So you see, Mark, when you picked up those books that day, you did a lot more._____________________”

36. When Bill fell down on his way home, Mark ________.
  A. didn’t notice that
  B. went away quickly
  C. helped him pick up the things
  D. carried all the things for him
37. Which of the following is NOT true?
  A. Mark was a warm-hearted boy.
  B. Bill was good at all of his subjects.
  C. Bill and Mark were in the same school.
  D. Bill loved video games, baseball and history.
38. At Bill’s home, they didn’t ________.
  A. drink some Coke  B. watch TV
  C. have a pleasant talk D. play video games
39. Three days before graduation, Bill asked Mark to talk because he ________.
  A. wanted to tell him his story
  B. wanted to kill himself again
  C. hoped to have lunch together
  D. hoped to go on holiday together
40. What would Bill probably say at last?
  A. I should die. B. You saved my life.
  C. You did a good job. D. You helped me a lot.
【答案】36-40  CBDAB
(十七)(2009新疆埠康市)
Sixteen years ago a boy gave me an important gift. It was a smile.
It was the early autumn of my first year at a middle school, and my old school was far away. As a result, no one knew who I was. I was very lonely, and afraid to make friends with anyone.
Every time I heard the other students talking and laughing, I felt my heart break. I couldn’t talk with anyone about my problems.
Then one day, my classmates talked happily with their friends, but I sat at my desk unhappily as usual. At that moment, a boy entered the classroom. I didn’t know who he was. He passed me and then turned back. He looked at me, with a smile.
Suddenly, I felt the touch of something bright and friendly. It made me feel happy, lively and warm. That smile changed my life. I started to talk with other students and made friends. Day by day, I became closer to everyone in my class. The boy with the lucky smile has become my best friend now.
One day I asked him why he smiled, but he couldn’t remember smiling at me!
It doesn’t matter because all the dark days have gone. I believe that the world is what you think it is. If you think it lonely, you might always be alone. So smile at world and it will smile back.
1. When did the writer get the gift?  _______
A. When she was 16 years old. 
B. After she made friends with the boy.
C. In her first year at a middle school 
D. After she became closer to everyone in her class
2. Why was the smile an important gift?  _______
   A. Because the writer’s old school was far away.
   B. Because the writer didn’t know who the boy was.
   C. Because the smile didn’t mean anything to the boy.
   D. Because it made the writer feel happy, lively and warm.
3. Where does she now think her feeling of unhappiness came from? _______
   A. From her old school.   B. From her parents.  
   C. From herself    D. From her classmate at the new school
【答案】1-3CD C
(十八)(2009陕西)
根据下面一篇短文的内容判断下列句子的正误,正确的用“A”表示,错误的用“B”表示。
Pearl S.Buck(赛珍珠·巴克)was a very popular American writer Of her day.She was famous for her books about China.Pearl S.Buck was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature(诺贝尔文学奖)in l938.
The writer was born in West Virginia,America.She spent almost half of her long life in China.Her youth was spent in Jiangsu Province,China.She learned to speak Chinese before she could speak English.
Her mother had traveled widely in her youth and liked literature very much.After being educated by her mother and by a Chinese teacher,Pearl S.Buck went to school in Shanghai at the age of fifteen.She continued her education in the United States at a Woman’s College to study psychology(心理学).After graduating in 1914,she returned to China as a teacher.In the l920s her family moved to Nanjing.There she taught English and American literature at a university.
As a writer,Buck’s book,The Good Earth,appeared in l931 and sold quite well in its first Year.It has been translated into over thirty languages.In l938 she became the third American to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.By the time of her death,Pearl had published(出版)more than seventy books.Pearl S.Buck died in March,1973,just two months before her 81st birthday.
1.Before she went to school in Shanghai,Pearl S.Buck studied all by herself.   
2.Pearl S.Buck was known to many people for her books about China.   
3.In l914,Pearl S.Buck worked as a literature teacher at a university in Nanjing. 
4.Pearl S.Buck went to study literature at a Woman’s College in America.   
5.Pearl S.Buck won the Nobel Prize for Literature in l938 and published over seventy books in her life.   
【答案】1—5 【B】【A】【B】【B】【A】
(十九)(2009陕西)
We moved to a new area when our son was in Grade Five.  Before we moved,we took him to spend half a day at his new school.There he saw his new classmates and teachers.He enjoyed the visit.During the almost l50-kilometer drive home,he told US that he had told some of the students the date when we would move there.  And he had also invited them to visit us.
The moving day,a Saturday,was a busy day.But we arrived at our new house at noon.About an hour later,kids began to come and soon one of them invited our son to his house to play for the afternoon.
By the time he returned,he knew where most of the kids lived and all of their family histories.
On Monday mornin9,the door bell rang just before the time he would leave for schoo1.Then it rang again and again..
By the time he was ready,we had eight young boys waiting to walk to school with him on his first day.They all lived near US.
I asked them if their parents had sent them.The answers surprised and pleased me,“No,we just came so that he would have people to walk with.’’and “It is the right thing to do.’’
The startings of lasting(持续的)friendships were formed(形成)that day.We have lived
here nearly six years and the same group of kids still plays together,goes to parties on weekends together,and surfs together.
I still get thinking how welcoming and kind those kids were.And how lucky my son is to have them as friends!
1.Before the family moved to the new area,the son was taken to his new schoo1    .
    A.to invite the teachers to visit them    B.to play with his classmates   
    C.to see if the school was far     D.to get to know it
2.What did the son know about other kids after they played for the afternoon?   
    A.Their living places and family histories.
    B.Their family stories and their life.
    C.Their school life and family histories.
    D.Their living places and family members.
3.In the story,the son went to school    on his first day   
    A.in his father’s car    B.on a school bus
    C.on foot with other kids D.in another kid’s car
4.Which of the following is Right according to the story?   
    A.The family moved to the new house on Saturday afternoon.
    B.The kids visited the house before the family arrived.
    C.The son knew the kids well before he got there.
    D.The son was invited to play in a kid’s house later that afternoon.
5.The passage shows US that    .   
    A.it’s easy to move to a new place
    B.it’s kind of people to help a new comer
    C.it’s difficult to make new friends
D.it’s better to live in the same place
【答案】1—5 DACDB
(二十)(2009哈尔滨)
On my first day of hish sch001.I saw a boy from my class walking back home after sch001.His
 nalne w as David.He was carrying his books.As 1 was walking。I saw a group of kids running
 toward him.knocking all his books out of his arlns.And then they ran away.David fell down and his  glasses went flying.He looked up and I saw sadness in his eyes.1 helped him to look for his glasses and said.“The kids with bad manners should be punished.”There was a big smile that showed real gratitude(感激)on his face.
    From then on。we became friends.The more I got to know David,the more I liked him.Over
 the next four years,we always studied,played together and had a happy time.
    On graduation(毕业)day,I could see that he was nervous about his speech.So I said,“Hey,
vou will be the best!”Then he began,“Graduation is a time to thank those who helped you succeed
 through those difficult years.Our parents,Oill"teachers,but mostly our friends.Being a friend to someone is the best gift you can give them.I’U tell you a story…”I just looked at the handsome popular boy in amazement as he told the story of the first day we met.
    Everyone Was surprised to hear all about his hardest moment.I saw his Mom and Dad looking at
 me and smiling that same thankful smile.Not until that moment did I realize its deep meaning.
Never underestimate(低估)tlle power of your actions.With one small action,you can change a
 person’s lif.e.As you can see,“Friends are angels(天使) to make us rise when our wings(翅膀) have problems flying.”
根据短文内容判断正、误。
f注意:市区考生将答题卡相应位置涂黑。正确的涂“A”,错误的涂“B”,县(市)考生将答案填写
在题前的括号内。正确的填“A”,错误的填“B”)
(    )1.The writer and David were classmates.
(    )2.The kids with bad manners were punished by the writer when they knocked David down.
(    )3.Everyone was surprised to hear all about David’S hardest moment.
(    )4.ne writer realized that one small action could change a person’S life before hearing
    David’S speech.
(    )5.The underlined sentence at the end of the passage means“A friend in need is a friend
indeed(真正地).”
【答案】1-5.ABABA

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