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英语竞赛初中试题及答案
滨海县第一初级中学西湖路校区九年级英语名著阅读竞赛试卷 命题人: 审核人: 一、完形填空(共15题,每小题2分,计30分) Television is good. You’d like 1 it all day and all night. But watching 2 TV is not a very good thing, especially for kids. It may negatively (消极地,负面地) affect their study and 3 . Scientists have found that kids 4 watch too much TV may have more trouble 5 to read than 6 kids. They may have worse language skills. Kids learn language skills best 7 reading, talking and playing with others. If they 8 too much time watching TV, they will have less time for those things. It may make 9 harder for them to get on with others when they grow up. Watching too much TV is also 10 to kid’s health. It’s bad for their eyes. Kids don’t move much 11 watching TV. What’s more, they may eat a lot of food while watching TV. This can make them fat. We call people who watch too much TV “couch potatoes”. Fighting on TV is a big 12 for kids. An American child will watch a lot of fighting acts on TV every year. 13 people are good at following others. Scientists say that those who watch a lot of fighting shows are more likely to fight. So 14 the scientist. Watch TV for one or two hours a day at most or try to 15 your TV for a week. There are lots of other fun things to do. ( )1. A. watch B. watching C. to watch D. watched ( )2. A. too many B. too much C. much too D. a few ( )3. A. health B. plan C. activity D. gift ( )4. A. which B. whose C. who D. whom ( )5. A. learn B. learning C. learns D. to learn ( )6. A. another B. the others C. others D. other ( )7. A. by B. with C. in D. on ( )8. A. cost B. pay C. spend D. take ( )9. A. this B. that C. its D. it ( )10. A. harm B. harmful C. harmless D. harmed ( )11. A. while B. before C. after D. until ( )12. A. question B. answer C. problem D. way ( )13. A. Old B. Young C. Happy D. Sad ( )14. A. hear B. listen C. hearing D. listen to ( )15. A. turn on B. turn out C. turn off D. turn up 二、阅读理解(共20题,每小题2分,计40分) A Every boy wants to find treasure. And Tom was no different One summer day Tom told Huck about his idea. “Where can we look for treasure?” asked Huck. “It’s hidden on islands, under dead trees, but mostly under the floors in haunted(闹鬼的) houses.” So, one Saturday afternoon Tom and his friend went to look for treasure as the haunted house 1 on Cardiff Hill. It was a quiet and lonely which made the boys feel very frightened. They entered quietly, and explored downstairs. There were cobwebs everywhere and everything was old and broken. Then they threw their tools in a corner and walked upstairs, but there was nothing there. They were just about to go downstairs and start digging when Tom stopped. “What is it?” whispered Huck, going white with fright. “Keep quiet。 There’s someone downstairs.” The boys lay down, looking through the holes in the wooden floor. There were two men downstairs. One was an old Spaniard in a wide sombrero hat and the other was duty and unpleasant-looking. Tom and Hack shook with fear when they heard the Spaniard speak because they found it was Indian Joe He said. “It’s time for us to move, partner. What will we do with the $$650 form the robbery(抢劫)?” “Let’s keep $$30 each and leave the bag here.” The dirty man went to the fireplace and moved a stone. Then he lifted out a bag full of money and look out some coins. The two boys forgot all their fears when they saw there was real treasure downstairs. Then Indian Joe started digging a hole with his knife and the knife hit something. “What is it?” asked the other man. “It’s a box,” said Indian Joe. And he put in his hand and pulled out a handful of gold coins. The other man found the boys’ tools, and they soon pulled out the box. “There’s thousands of dollars in there,”Said Indian Joe. “The Murrell Gang used this area one summer,” said his partner. “They most have hidden their money here.” “What will we do with this, Joe? Will we bury(埋)it again?” “No, someone might find it,” said Indian Joe. “Let’s bury it in the member two den.” Tom and Huck got up as soon as the two men left. They decided to watch out for the “man in the sombrero” when he came to town and find out where the member two den was. did the two boys go to find treasure one Saturday afternoon? A. To a haunted house. B. To a small island. C. To some dead trees. D. To a faraway den. 17. Who does the underlined word “He” refer to? A. Tom B. Hunk C. Indian Joe D. The dirty man was the bag of money probably from? A. The two men robbed others of it. B. Some villagers hid it there. C. The owner of the house left it there. D. Tom and Huck buried it there. 19. which is the right order of what happened in the story? a. The two boys threw their tools in a corner. b. The duty man lifted out a bag full of money. c. Tom and Huck went to look for treasure one day. d. Indian Joe found a box full of gold coins. e. The Murrell Gang hid their money in the house. A. c-a-b-d-e B. c-d-b-e-a C. e-c-a-d-b D. e-c-a-b-d 20. What can we infer(推断) from the passage? A. The real treasure was $$650 in the bag. B. The man in the sombrero was Indian Joe. 2 C. Tom would join Indian Joe and be a robber. D. Tom and Hack would try to get the treasure. (B) I have tried to write a ghost story that won’t make you unhappy with yourselves, with each other, with the seasons, or with me. I hope it haunts your houses pleasantly. Charles Dickens One Christmas Eve, old Scrooge and Bob were working busily in his office. It was a cold, foggy day. The fog was so thick that the houses opposite were like ghosts. It was only three o’clock in the afternoon, but it was already quite dark. “Merry Christmas, Uncle。 God bless you。
” cried a happy voice. It was Scrooge’s nephew. “Bah。
” said Scrooge “Humbug(骗人的话)。” “Christmas is a humbug。
Surely you don’t mean that, Uncle.” Said his nephew. “I do,” said Scrooge. “Merry Christmas。 What reason have you got to be merry? You’re poor.” “OK, then,” replied the nephew cheerfully. “What reason have you got to be sad? You are rich. Don’t be angry, Uncle。
”said his nephew. “What else can I be?” answered the uncle, “I live in a world of fools。 Merry Christmas。 What’s Christmas time to you? It’s a time for paying bills without money, It’s a time for finding yourself a year older, but not richer. Everyone who goes around saying “Merry Christmas” should have his tongue cut out. Yes, he should。” “Uncle。
Please don’t say that。” said the nephew. “I’ve always thought of Christmas time as a good time, a kind, and a charitable, happy time. And so, Uncle, Christmas has never put any gold or silver in my pocket, but I think it has done me good. And it will do me good. And I say, God bless it。” Bob, standing in the corner of the room, applauded(鼓掌).He realized his mistake very soon, and went quickly back to his work, but Scrooge had heard him. “One more sound from you, Bob Cratchit,” said Scrooge, “and you’ll celebrate Christmas by losing your job。
” “Don’t be angry with him, Uncle. Come and have dinner with us tomorrow.” “No.” said Scrooge. “I’m sorry you don’t want to celebrate Christmas. But I do. So a Merry Christmas, Uncle。
” “Good afternoon。” said Scrooge. “And a Happy New Year。 ” said his nephew. “Good afternoon。” said Scrooge again. His nephew left the room. He stopped to wish Bob a Merry Christmas. And Bob replied, “A Merry Christmas to you, too.” ( )21. In which season did the story take place? A. Spring. B. Summer. C. Autumn. D. Winter. ( )22. What did Scrooge think of Christmas wish? A. It was simple. B. It was important. C. It was stupid. D. It was necessary. ( )23. What did Scrooge’s nephew mean by saying “ Christmas time is a charitable time”? A. Christmas was a time to be generous and kind. 3 B. Christmas was a time to do some challenging work. C. His uncle should give some money to his family. D. His uncle should give away his money to the poor. ( )24. Which of the following is TRUE about Scrooge and Bob? A. Scrooge was Bob’s uncle. B. Bob worked for Scrooge. C. Scrooge celebrated Christmas with Bob. D. Bob was Scrooge’s visitor. ( )25. What can we infer(推断)from the story? A. Scrooge was working busily in his office before Christmas. B. No rich people wanted to waste their time to celebrate Christmas. C. Bob believed in Christmas wish as well as Scrooge’s nephew. D. Scrooge refused his nephew’s invitation to dinner on Christmas day. (C) My name is Robinson Crusoe, and I was born in the city of York in 1632. My father was a successful businessman. I had two elder brothers. One of them worked in the army (军队) and was killed during the war against Spain. The other was missing one day, and we never knew what had happened to him. My father gave me a good education and wanted me to be a lawyer (律师). However, I wanted to be a sailor and go to sea. My father was very angry with me. He didn’t understand why I wanted to leave his house, where I would have an easy and comfortable life. “Two kinds of people go to sea,” he said. “They are the very poor people and the very rich people. The poor are foolish, having no other way to live. The rich own ships and can make money with them. You are neither too poor nor too rich. You are in the middle, so you should choose a middle way for your life. Stay at home with your mother and me. Your elder brother didn’t listen to me, and now he is dead. If you do not listen to me, you will have a difficult life。
” I tried to do what he wanted me to do, but I couldn’t. I spoke to my mother. “Please ask Dad if he will let me have one voyage(航海)by sea,” I asked her. “When I return, I will live the life he wants me to live.” Mum was angry. “Your father will not let you go. I don’t want you to go to sea either. It’s dangerous.” I argued with my parents for another year. Then, I went to Hull with a friend who was going to London by ship. He invited me to go with him, and I agreed. I did not even tell my parents before leaving. I just went. That was how all my bad luck began. ( )26. Who died in the war against Spain? A. Robinson. B. Robinson’s two brothers. C. Robinson’s parents. D. One of Robinson’s brothers. ( )27. What did Robinson’s father expect him to do? A. To work as a lawyer. B. To be a sailor. C. To join the army. D. To be a businessman. ( )28. Which is the right order of what happened in the story? a. Robinson went sailing with a friend without telling his parents. b. Robinson argued with his parents for one more year. 4 c. Robinson’s mother stopped him going sailing. d. One of Robinson’s brothers was missing. e. Robinson’s father asked him to choose a middle way for his life. A. ecdba B. dceba C. decba D. acbed ( )29. What can we infer (推断) from the passage? A. Poor men could make a lot of money by sailing. B. Robinson’s mother could understand him well. C. Robinson would have a difficult life after he started sailing. D. Robinson’s parents had to let him go sailing with a friend. ( )30. Where could the passage be taken from? A. A war novel. B. A science novel. C. A love novel. D. An adventure (探险) novel. D "Listen carefully to what I say," the time traveler said, "I shall tell you something that you will not agree." "Why will we not agree?" I asked. "Because the science and mathematics you know are not correct," he said. "You believe there are only three dimensions(三维空间)-length, breadth(宽) and thickness." "There is nothing to argue with that, " the youngest member of our little group said. "Exactly。" the time traveler answered, "But there is also a fourth dimension - time." "We all know about time, " another member of the group said. "Time passed." "I do not agree," the time traveler said, "Length, breadth and thickness do not pass. They stay in the same place in space. We move about them. I can prove that time is the same. It does not pass. We move in time the same way that we move in breadth, length and thickness." None of us believed the time traveler, and we argued with him for many hours. "If we could travel back in time," the scientist said, "We could do things to change the future." "If we could travel forward in time," the doctor(博士) said, "we could do things that change our present." The time traveler smiled, "It is clear," he said, "that there is only one way I can show you that I am right. We must do an experiment. Please wait here." He left the room and soon returned, carrying what looked like a clock. "This is a model of a time machine. It took me two years to make it," the time traveler said. "I want all of you to understand that when I start the machine, it will immediately travel in time and disappear from the present." He turned to the youngest of all. "Give me your hand," he said. The young man put out his hand. The time traveler took it and placed it on the machine. Immediately, there was a sudden wind, and the little machine disappeared. I was certain this was not a trick, but the doctor was not so sure. "Are you asking us to believe," he said, "that the machine is now in a different time?" "Certainly。 In my laboratory, a full-size machine is almost complete. As soon as it is complete, I shall send myself on a journey through time. Would you like to see my machine?" "Are you serious about this?" the doctor asked. "I have never been more serious about anything," the time traveler said, "Come." 5 We followed him to his laboratory. There, we saw the actual machine, not quite complete, but large enough for a man to sit in. 31. How many dimensions did the time traveler say there are? A. Two. B. Three. C. Four. D. Five. 32. How long did it take the time traveler to make his model time machine? A. Two years. B. Two months. C. Twenty years. D. All his life. 33. Which is the right order of what happened in the story? a. The model time machine disappeared with a wind. b. The time traveler came back to the room with a model time machine. c. The members of the group argued with the time traveler for many hours. d. The time traveler showed them a full-size time machine which was not quite complete. e. The youngest man's hand was placed on the model time machine. A. e c a d b B. b c e a d C. c e b a d D. c b e a d 34. What can we infer(判断) from the passage about the time traveler? A. He believed that they could move in time. B. He was playing a trick on a group of people. C. He sent the young man to the future in the model time machine. D. He would possibly send himself on a journey through time. 35. What kind of story do you think the passage is? A. A detective story. B. A science fiction. C. A romantic fiction. D. A horror story. 三.任务型阅读。(共10题,每小题1分,计10分) 阅读下面短文,根据短文内容完成表格中所缺信息,每空一词。
Zhang Ziyi: China’s Gift to Hollywood Name :Zhang Ziyi Place of Birth: Beijing, China Date of Birth: on 9th February 1979. She joined the secondary school of the Beijing Dance Academy at the age of 11 . When she was 15, she was offered a place at the Central Academy of Drama. What she learned there changed her life. Zhang Ziyi stared her acting career in TV advertisements but soon moved on to films. Her first film was The Road Home directed by Zhang Yimou. It won a prize at the Berlin Film Festival. Following this success she was offered a major part in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon directed by Ang Lee. This film was a worldwide success. It won four Oscars including Best Foreign Language Film. Her first role in an American was co-starring with Jackie Chan in Rush Hour 2. In 2004, she started in a marital arts film, House of Flying Daggers, which was a big success in the United States . In 2005, she starred(领衔主演)in Memoirs of a Geisha. This award-winning film made her even more famous in Europe and the United States. She has been described by the famous American magazine Time as “ China’s gift to Hollywood”. Outside of her career as an actress, Zhang Ziyi has had great success in the world of fashion and beauty. She worked for a number of cosmetic and beauty companies as the “face” of their products and she has also been photographed for the covers of many the world’s top fashion 6 magazines. Zhang Ziyi has achieved international fame and success. She is spoken highly of by people all over the world. She is an Ambassador for the Special Olympics and has recently been nominated for a Chinese World Influence Award. Zhang Ziyi: China’s Gift to Hollywood 36 information Studying and acting career  Name: Zhang Ziyi. Date and place of birth: 9th February 1979, Beijing China.  She started to 37 in the secondary school of the Beijing Dance Academy when she was 11, then entered the Central Academy of Drama at the 38 of 15.  She started her acting career in TV advertisements 39 entering the film industry.  Her first film was The Road Home 40 by Zhang Yimou.  In 2005 she became even more famous in Europe and the US 41 she played the lead role in Memoirs of a Geisha.  She has been 42 in the world of fashion and beauty.  She worked 43 an image speaker(形象代言人) for many cosmetic and beauty companies.  Her 44 have been used for the covers of many of the world’s top fashion magazines.  Because of her fame and success, she has won high 45 from all over the world. Other achievements 四.阅读回答问题(共5小题,每小题2分,计10分) Beth's mother was a nurse .When she worked at nights, Beth would stay at her Gran's. One night, when Beth was doing a homework essay at her Gran's, she asked Gran for help.“Gran, can you please help me? I have to describe the life of an American living before the Civil War.” “My most valuable treasure is something from just before the Civil War.”said Gran. “Really? What is it?”asked Beth. “I'll show you.”said Gran. “It's in the chest in the attic.” Beth watched excitedly as Gran lifted the lid of the chest. The treasure might be jewellery, she thought. As Gran took out a big square of material, Beth peered into the chest. It was empty. “Where's the treasure, Gran?” “This quilt is the treasure.”said Gran, as she carefully unfolded the material. “What's so special about that? ”Beth asked, disappointed. “This quilt was made by my great-grandmother, Lizzie, when she was 15 years old.”said Gran. “I'm 15.”said Beth. Beth looked closely at the quilt. “Lizzie must have had a lot of free time, to make a big quilt like that.”she said. “Lizzie didn't have any free time. ”said Gran. “She worked hard because she was a slave.” Beth stared at Gran.“What do you mean- a slave?”she asked. “Lizzie's family was owned by a farmer in Kentucky.”said Gran.“They had to work for the 7 farmer, and do what he ordered them to do. If they didn't work hard enough, they were punished. They could even be sold.” Beth felt sick. She was learning about slavery at school, but she hadn't known her own ancestor had been a slave. <初三新理念英语第一册> (in no more than six words) would Beth stay at her Gran’s ? ▲ the treasure jewellery or a quilt? ▲ did Beth feel when she knew what the treasure was? ▲ was the relationship between Lizzie and Beth’s Gran? ▲ does the underlined word“slavery”mean in Chinese? ▲ 五.根据短文内容及首字母提示,填写所缺单词,使短文意思完整。(共10小题,每小题1分,计10分) The Cinderella story is a famous one Cinderella was living happily with her family when her mother died. Her father remarried. Cinderella’s new stepmother and two stepsisters t 51 her poorly. She had to wear old clothes and work hard w 52 the sisters wore beautiful clothes and had fun. You know the r 53 of the story. A good fairy turned Cinderella’s old clothes into a beautiful dress. Cinderella went to a party and a prince f 54 in love with her Cinderella left the party in such a h 55 that she left a glass slipper and the Prince used that to find her F 56 Cinderella and the Prince married and lived happily ever after. That’s one telling of the story, but the Cinderella fairy tale is found in many different countries. And Cinderella is not always a young l 57 . In an Irish story, a young gentleman, Becan, marries a princess and lives happily ever since. Why is the Cinderella story so p 58 and found in so many cultures? There are several r59 First of all it’s a romantic story Also, Cinderella a kind girl with a hard life .And m 60 the most important is that in the Cinderella story, a person faces many difficulties but overcomes them in the end. 51. t 56. F 52. w 57. l 53. r 58. p 54. f 59. r 55. h 60. m 8 参考答案: 一、完形填空(共15题,每小题2分,计30分) 1-5 CBACB 6-10 DACDB 11-15 ACBDC 二、阅读理解(共20题,每小题2分,计40分) 16-20 ACADD 21-25 DCABC 26-30 DACCD 31-35 CADDB 三.任务型阅读。
(共10题,每小题1分,计10分) 36. Personal 37. study 38. age 39. before 40. directed 41. because 42. successful 43. as 44. photos 45. praise 四.阅读回答问题(共5小题,每小题2分,计10分) her mother worked at night. (Beth's) 47.A quilt. felt disappointed. was Beth's Gran's great-grandmother. // Beth's Gran was Lizzie 's great-granddaughter. 50.奴隶制 五.根据短文内容及首字母提示,填写所缺单词,使短文意思完整。(共10小题,每小题1分,计10分) 51. treated y r s 9 英语竞赛初中试题及答案。

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