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高一英语阅读理解练习题及答案

2017-12-11 14:13:29|玉莲

  似乎是在高中的时候,我就开始了英语阅读理解的突破,即使是牺牲掉其它的科目,还是想要有一科之长啊。今天小编给大家带来高一英语阅读理解练习题,希望大家喜欢并且能够有所收获。

  高一英语阅读理解练习题1

  【century】

  Why was Bastille important to the citizens of Paris? The building of the Bastille had been started in 1370 under Charles V By the seventeenth century it had stopped to be important for defense.Cardinal Richelieu turned it into a prison.It was not an ordinary prison to punish common crimes.Its huge doors closed only on enemies of the King The Bastille‟s workings were secret.Prisoners were taken to it in closed vehicles.Soldiers on guard duty had to stand with their faces to the wall NO talking was allowed Worst of all,a prisoner never knew if he would be there a day,a week,a year,or forever.Only the King‟s letter could set him free

  Over the years the number of arrests by King’S letter had become fewer.By the time of its fall.most of the prisoners were writers who had written against the corruptions(贪污腐败)of the government Voltaire,the famous French writer,spent a year there in 1717~1718,and another 12 days in 1726. For those who believed in free speech and free thinking,the Bastille stood for everything evil.The day it was captured,only seven prisoners were found inside.Still,the Bastille was hated by the people It was a symbol of the King‟s complete power.

  36.The Bastille had been a prison ____

  A.since the time of Charles V B.since 1370 C.before the seventeenth century D.since血e time of Cardinal Richelieu

  37.According to the passage,which of the following statements is FALSE? A.Anyone who did something wrong could find himself suddenly in the Bastille B.The Bastille was only for those who were opposed to the King. C.Things done in the Bastille were hardly known to people outside D.Voltaire was twice put in the Bastille.

  38 At the time of its fall,the Bastille housed ____.

  A.a large number of prisoners

  B a lot of writers who had been against the government

  C.some dozens of people who believed in free speech and free thinking

  D only a few prisoners

  39 Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?

  A.All prisoners in the Bastille had to stay there for life

  B Over the years the number of prisoners in the Bastille was getting more and more.

  C.The King could put people in,or let them go out,as he wanted.

  D.At the time it was captured,there were so few prisoners in it that it meant little to the people.

  40 This passage mainly ______

  A.tells how the prisoners were controlled by the King

  B.tells how little was known about the Bastille

  C shows the inner workings of the Bastille

  D gives a brief history of the Bastille

  答案:DADCD

  Passage 2

  为什么说对于巴黎的市民来说,巴士底狱的意义不同一般呢?巴士底狱这一建筑建于查理五世统治时期的1370年。17世纪的时候不再用于防御工事。教皇Richelieu把它变成了一所监狱。这并不是处罚普通罪行的一般监狱。在它巨大的门墙之内,关的仅仅是国王的敌人。巴士底狱的运作方式是秘密的。犯人被完全封闭的交通工具运进来。当值的士兵站岗时要面对高墙,而且禁止交谈。最糟糕的是,囚犯自己从不知道自己要在这关上一天,一周,一年,或者永远。只有国王的亲笔信可以释放里面的囚犯。

  在此期间,被国王下令逮捕的人越来越少了。到巴士底狱被攻破的时候,大部分的囚犯都是针对统治者的贪污腐败进行抨击的文人。伏尔泰Voltaire,法国著名的文人,曾经二次被关在这里,一次从1717年到1718年的一年间,一次是在1726被关了12天。

  对于信仰言论和思想自由的人们,巴士底狱是一切罪恶的象征。在它陷落的那天,里面只有7位囚犯。即使如此,人民还是对巴士底狱深恶痛绝。因为它是国王专政的象征。

  高一英语阅读理解练习题2

  【Newspapers】

  Passage 3

  Almost every family buys as least one copy of a newspaper every day.Some people subscribe to as many as two or three different newspapers But why do people read newspapers?

  Five hundred years ago,news of important happenings--battles lost and won,kings or rulers overthrown(推翻)or killed--took months and even years to travel from one country to another.The news passed by word of mouth and was never accurate.Today we can read in our newspapers of important events that occur in far away countries on the same day they happen.

  Apart from supplying news from all over the world,newspapers give us a lot of other useful information There are weather reports,radio,television and film guides,book reviews,stories,and of course.advertisements.The bigger ones are put in by large companies to bring attention to their products.They pay the newspapers thousands of dollars for the advertising space,but it is worth the money for news of their products goes into almost every home in the country For those who produce newspapers,advertisements are also very important.Money earned from advertisements makes it possible for them to sell their newspapers at a low price and still make a profit.

  41 The phrase “subscribe to‟‟ in the first paragraph means“ ___C_____”

  A.go to the newspaper stand and buy

  B.send their own news stories to

  C.agree to buy for a specific period of time

  D become faithful readers of

  42 The habit of reading newspapers is __A___

  A.widespread

  B.found among a few families

  C.not popular

  D.uncommon

  43.Before the time of the newspaper,__D____

  A bad news traveled quickly and good news slowly

  B few people cared about events that took place in far away countries

  C.kings and rulers were often overthrown or killed

  D.news was passed from one person to another

  44 The author seems to agree that money spent on advertisements is __C____

  A.wasted

  B.not much

  C well spent

  D.of no use to anyone

  45.Which of the following statements is TRUE? A

  A.Five hundred years ago it took a long time for news to reach other countries.

  B.Newspaper advertisements turn people’S attention away from their products.

  C.The news that we read in newspapers is mainly about new products.

  D When newspapers are sold at a low price,the newspaper producers will lose money.

  答案:CADCA

  Passage 3

  几乎每个家庭每天都会买至少一份报纸。一些人甚至订阅2或3份不同的报纸。那么,为什么人们要读报纸呢?

  五百年前,重大事件的消息——战争的失败和胜利,国王或统治者被推翻或谋杀——要花几个月甚至数年的时间从一个国家传到另一个国家。这些口头传播的消息往往不准确。现如今,我们可以在报纸上得知当天发生在很远的国家的重大事件。

  除了提供世界各地的新闻之外,报纸还给我们提供了许多其他有用的信息。比如天气预报,广播电视电影的预告,书评,小说,当然还有广告。那些较大的广告是大公司为了让他们的产品引人注意。虽然他们为了这些广告位付给报纸的经营者几千美元,但是这个钱还是花的值得的,由于广告的作用他们的产品进入了千家万户。对于经营报纸的人,广告也很重要。广告的收入让他们可以以很低的价格出售报纸仍然获利。

  高一英语阅读理解练习题3

  【silly question】

  One silly question I simply can‟t stand is“How do you feel”.Usually the question is asked of a man in action—a man on the go.walking along the street.or busily working at his desk So what d0 you expect him to say?He‟11 probably say.“Fine.I‟m all right.”But “you‟ve put a bug in his ear”一maybe now he‟s not sure If you are a good friend,you may have seen something in his face,or his walk.that he did not realize that morning It starts him worrying a little.First thing you know.he looks in a mirror to see if everything is aⅡ fight,while you go merrily on your way asking someone else.‘‘How do you feel?” Every question has its time and place It‟s perfectly acceptable,for instance,to ask ‘‘How do you feel?‟‟ if you‟re visiting a close friend in the hospital But if the fellow is walking on both legs,hurrying to make a train,or sitting at his desk working,it‟s no time to ask him that silly question. When George Bernard Shaw,the famous writer of plays was in his eighties,someone asked him“How do you feel”,Shaw put him in his place.‘‘When you reach my age”,he said.“either you feel all right or you‟re dead”

  31.According to the writer,greetings,such as“How do you feel?” _D__

  A.show one‟s consideration for others

  B.are a good way to make friends

  C are proper to ask a man in action

  D.generally make one feel uneasy

  32.The question“How do you feel?”seems to be correct and suitable when asked of D

  A.a man working at his desk

  B.a person having lost a close friend

  C.a stranger who looks somewhat worried

  D.a friend who is ill

  33.The writer seems to feel that a busy man should _C___

  A be praised for his efforts

  B never be asked any question

  C.not be bothered

  D be discouraged from working so hard

  34.George Bernard Shaw’s reply in the passage shows his _B_____

  A.cheerfulness

  B.cleverness

  C.ability

  D.politeness

  35„„You‟ve put a bug in his ear‟‟ means that you‟ve D

  A.made him laugh

  B.shown concern for him

  C made fun of him

  D.given him some kind of warning

  答案:DDCBD

  Passage 1

  “你感觉怎么样”是一个愚蠢的让我无法忍受的问题。这个问题通常会问那些正在忙着的人——一个正沿着街道赶路去某地的人,或者一个正埋头工作的人。那么你期望从他那里得到什么答案呢?他很可能说“很不错”。但是你却给了他一个暗示——可能他当时不知道。如果你是他的一个好朋友,你也许在他脸上,或者走路的样子上发现什么他早晨没有觉察到的不妥。你的话使他开始感觉有点不安。你也猜的到,接着他要做的第一件事,就是找个镜子,看看自己是不是有什么不对。这个时候你却开心的我行我素,去问其他人这个问题了“你感觉怎么样?”

  每个问题都有它提问的适当时机和场合。例如,如果你去医院探望一个亲密的朋友,这个时候你问他“你觉得怎么样?”就十分的恰当。但是,如果这个人匆忙赶路去赶火车,或者在埋头工作,没有时间去他这种傻瓜问题。

  当George Bernard Shaw——一个著名的剧作家,在他80多岁的时候,有人问他:“你感觉怎么样”,Shaw让这个人站在自己的角度来想想。“当你到了我这个年龄,”他说“要么你感觉良好,要么你已经死了。”

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