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6、What is the best way to learn a language? We should remember that we learned our own language well when we were children. If we could learn a second language in the same way, it would not seem so difficult. Think of what a small child does. He listens to what people say and tries to imitate what he hears. When he wants something he has to ask for it. He is using the language,talking in it,thinking in it all the time. If people had to use a second language all the time, they would learn it quickly.

We learn our own language by hearing people speak it,not by seeing what they write. We imitate what we hear. In school,though you learn to read and write as well as to hear and speak,it is best to learn all the new words through the ear. You can read them,spell them and write them later.

1)、Everyone learns his mother language when he is a child.

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答案:A

2)、A small child learns to speak by imitating what people say.

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答案:A

3)、People can learn a language quickly if they imitate it.

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答案:B

4)、It is best to learn new words through reading first.

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答案:B

5)、The best way to learn a language is to use the language all the time.

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答案:A

7、He has done what Mohammed Ali did for boxing, Michael Jordan for basketball, Roger Federer for tennis and Tiger Woods for golf. Twenty-three-year-old Michael Phelps has become a phenomenon in swimming.

At the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, he won eight gold medals. That was more than the whole Australian team could put together. He beat Mark Spitz's 1972 record of seven wins in the pool at the one Games. Phelps has put his name next to seven world records.

Nine days, 17 games, morning and night he competed and won. He had to beat former world record-holders and gold medalists. He had to turn their wins into old news.

"I'm just lucky to have the drive that I have, the talent that I have and the excitement for the sport," Phelps said after winning his last medal.

After the Olympics, swimming will not be in the news so much. But Phelps has decided to keep working to popularize it.

"I don't want this sport to be an every-four-years sport," Phelps said. "Over the past four years, it's skyrocketed. I'm honored to help this sport for the next generation of swimmers who will have it better than I have."

1)、Phelps is a swimmer.

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答案:A

2)、Roger Federer is famous for tennis.

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答案:A

3)、"竞争"is closest in meaning to the underlined word "phenomenon".

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答案:B

4)、Phelps wants to change swimming to an every-four-years sport.

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答案:B

5)、"Swimming is going to be popular" can be the most suitable title for this article.

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答案:B

8、A couple of months ago, I went to a department store to buy a few things for the house. I needed a set of curtains for the living room, two table lamps, a rug and several cushions. I asked them to deliver the things as soon as possible, but they said that they were unable to send them out until 20 days later. After about 3 weeks, I received only the curtains and table lamps. I was a little disappointed when I didn't receive all the items I had bought. But nevertheless, I was eager to see what the curtains and lamps looked like. I first opened the package with the curtains. I had bought a lovely light blue, and instead they had sent me a horrible dark purple. Well, you can just imagine how angry I was. Then I opened the boxes with the lamps. They were exactly what I'd ordered. But one of the lamp shapes was damaged. The next I did was to telephone them to complain. They promised to come and pick them up immediately and also to replace them with the correct order. It has been two weeks since my complaint. They have neither picked up the wrong items nor sent me the rest of my order.

1)、The woman want the store to deliver the items was in a couple of weeks.

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答案:B

2)、The woman was pleased when she saw the items they had delivered.

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答案:B

3)、Her complaint was ignored in the end.

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答案:A

4)、After three weeks, the woman received only the curtains and table lamps.

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答案:A

5)、Besides curtains, table lamps, the woman bought a cushion.

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答案:B

9、Modern life is impossible without traveling. The fastest way of traveling is by plane. With a modern airliner you can travel in one day to places which it takes a month or more to get to a hundred years ago.

Traveling by train is slower than by plane, but it has its advantages. You can see the country when you are traveling through. Modern trains have comfortable seats and dining-cars. They make even the longest journey enjoyable.

Some people prefer to travel by sea when possible. There are large liners and river boats. You can visit many other countries and different parts of your country on them. Ships are not so fast as trains or planes, but traveling by sea is a very pleasant way to spend a holiday.

Many people like to travel by car. You can make your own timetable. You can travel three or four hundred miles or only fifty or one hundred miles a day, just as you like. You can stop wherever you wish - where there is something interesting to see, at a good restaurant where you can enjoy a good meat, or at a hotel to spend the night. That is why traveling by car is popular for pleasure trips, while people usually take a train or plane when they are traveling on business.

1)、From the passage, we know the fastest way of traveling is by plane.

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答案:A

2)、The underlined word “They” in the passage refers to comfortable seats and dining-cars.

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答案:A

3)、If we travel by car, we can make our own timetable.

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答案:A

4)、When people travel on business, they usually take a plane or a car.

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答案:B

5)、Four ways of traveling are mentioned in the passage.

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答案:A

10、Here is a story told an American general (将军) who was a very important figure in the American army during the First World War. Everybody in the United States knew him and many people wished to have a picture or something of his in their homes.

Soon after the war the general returned to Washington. One day he went to a dentist and had six teeth pulled out. A week later the general heard that his teeth were being sold in curiosity shops (古玩店) at $5 each. On each of the teeth there was a label with the name of the general and words, "Buy these teeth and show them to your friends at home." The general got angry. He rushed to his office and ordered six officers to go around the city and buy all his teeth.

The officers went out and visited every curiosity shop in the capital. They were away from the office all day. In the evening they returned and put on the table in front of the general the teeth they had bought. They had collected 175 teeth.

1)、The general's teeth were sold in the museum.

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答案:B

2)、In the evening, the officers went back with all the teeth which cost $175.

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答案:B

3)、The general felt angry when he heard his teeth were sold.

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答案:A

4)、There was the general's picture on the label of each tooth.

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答案:B

5)、The general ordered his men to look for his teeth and buy all of them.

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答案:A