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CCTV—1 Channel 2

18:00 TV Classroom: Computer

18:30 China Music TV

19:00 News

19:30 Weather Report

19:40 Today’s Focus

20:05 40-part Serial(连续剧)The Gate of Reign(39)

21:25 Stories on the Map

22:30 China Sports Report

23:00 On the Screen Next We

CCTV—2 Channel 8

17:30 Foreign Light Music

18:10 Children’s Programme:

Cartoon City

19:05 World-famous Cities: Toronto

20:55 The Story of Earth

21:30 Economy 30 Minutes

22:00 News in English

22:30 Special Sports:  Football Match (China-Indonesia)

( TV programmes in Beijing Sunday, May 26, 2010   CCTV )

1.If an Englishman wants to know about what’s happening in China, but he doesn’t know any Chinese, he may watch TV at ________. 

       A.19:00 on CCTV—1 Channel 2

       B.20:05 on CCTV—1 Channel 2

       C.22:00 on CCTV—2 Channel 8

       D.21:30 on CCTV—2 Channel 8

2.If you are interested in football games, which of the following programs will you choose

first?

       A.China Sports Report.    B.Special Sports. 

       C.Today’s Focus.       D.China Music TV. 

3.If you are going to Guangzhou by plane from Chongqing Airport, you’d better pay attention to the programme ________. 

       A.Weather Report

       B.World-famous Cities

       C.Economy 30 Minutes

       D.The Story of Earth        

 

答案:
1.C 2.B 3.A 【解析】略
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Ever since humans have lived on the earth, they have made use of various forms of communication.Generally, this expression of thoughts and feelings has been in the form of oral speech.When there is a language barrier(障碍), communication is completed through sign language in which motions stand for letters, words, and ideas.Tourists and the people unable to hear or speak have had to turn to this form of expression.Many of these symbols of whole words are very lively and exact and can be used internationally; spelling, however, cannot.

Body language sends ideas or thoughts by certain actions, either meaningfully or not.A wink(眨眼)can be a way of showing that the party is only joking.A nod means agreement, while shaking the head indicates disagreement.

Other forms of nonlinguistic language can be found in Braille (a system of raised dots read with the fingertips), signal flags, Morse code, and smoke signals.Road maps and picture signs also guide and warn people.While language is the most common form of communication, other systems and techniques also express human thoughts and feelings.

1.Which of the following statements is NOT true?

A.There are many forms of communication in use today.

B.Language is the most common form of communication.

C.Tourists are unable to use an oral form of communication.

D.Ideas and thoughts can be expressed by body language.

2.Which form other than oral speech could be most commonly used among blind people?

A.Picture signs.                      B.Braille 

C.Body language                      D.Signal flags.

3.Sign language is said to be very lively and exact and can be used meaningfully except for ______.

A.spelling            B.idea            C.whole words      D.expressions

4.How many different forms of communication are mentioned here?

A.Five           B.Seven         C.Nine             D.Three  

 


Sometimes children do not do what their parents tell them to do. When this happens, a parent tries to help the child to do the right thing. When this does not work, the parent usually punishes the child.

       There are many things that a parent can do. One thing that people have done is to spank (打屁股) the child. When a parent spanks a child, they will use their hand or a hard object to strike them on their bottom. This is meant to show the child that they have done something wrong.

One parent remembers being spanked when he was a child. His parents used a wooden spoon. When he spanked his own children with his hand, he saw that he put a red mark on his child’s leg. He never did that again.

One problem with spanking is that it teaches the child to hit someone when they do not like what the other person is doing. Another problem with spanking is that the parent is usually angry and can hit the child too hard. Sometimes parents will use spanking for everything and not try other ways to get the child to do the right thing.

Many parents are not sure of what to do instead of spanking. Some people think that their religion tells them that spanking is okay. Some think that the law lets them do it. The courts (法院) say that parents have the right to teach their children how to behave.

Other things should be tried before a parent decides to spank a child. Telling the child exactly what is wanted from them can be one thing. Giving a child more than one choice is another thing that can be tried. Getting down to the child’s level and taking a more child-friendly approach (方法) can help as well.

1.According to the passage, when children do something wrong, one thing that parents usually do to punish them is to ________.

A. strike them on the bottom

B. try to help them do the right thing

C. teach them what to do

D. take them to court

2.Which of the following is NOT the problem caused by spanking?

A. It teaches the child to hit others when they offend(使人不快) him or her.

B. The parent may get angry and hit the child too hard.

C. Sometimes parents may use spanking for everything.

D. It makes parents try other ways to make the child do right.

3. Which of the following can best describe the writer’s attitude towards spanking?

A. favorable    B. indifferent (不关心)              C. interested         D. unfavorable

4. From this passage, we can conclude that ________.

A. Good children always do the right thing.

B. Parents should try their best to avoid spanking their children.

C. Parents have no choice but to spank their children when they do something wrong.

D. Children can have more than one choice to avoid being spanked.  

 


 

As far back as he could remember,Larry had longed to go to Hollywood and become a film star. The young man’s hopes for success were broken again and again, however. Hollywood just did not seem interesting. When he first came to California, Larry had decided never to give up and return home without success. Therefore, he kept on trying. Someday, he told himself, his big opportunity would come.

Larry found a job parking cars for one of Hollywood’s big restaurants. His pay was basic, but since the guests were kind enough to give him more money, he managed to make a living. One day he recognized an important film director driving into the parking lot(停车场)and getting out of his car. Larry had recently heard that the man was ready to make a new picture.

Larry got into the car and prepared to drive it on into the lot and park it. Then he stopped, jumped out, and ran over to the director. “Excuse me, sir, but I think it is only fair to tell you that it is now or never if you want me in your next picture. A lot of big companies are after me.”

Instead of pushing away the boy,the director laughed,then wrote something on a card and handed it to the young man.“ Come and see me tomorrow.”

Larry got a small part in the director’s next film. He was on his way!

1.Which of the following was Larry really interested in?

A. Working as a waiter.                              B. Becoming a film star.

C. Parking cars for film stars.                            D. Owning a big company.

2.Why did Larry find a job parking cars?

A. Because he liked the job.

B. Because the parking lot was near Hollywood.

C. To make a living and wait for the opportunity.

D. To see a lot of film stars and work for them.

3. After reading the story, what can we know about the film director ?

A. He wanted to laugh at Larry.                  B. He recognized Larry at first sight.

C. He was kind and gave Larry a try.           D. He thought Larry would become a star.

4.“He was on his way”refers to the fact that _______.

A. he gave up and returned home               

B. he began to work towards success

C. he took a journey to Hollywood                    

D. he had difficulty in playing the small part

 


One day a famous speaker gave a speech to a crowd of people. He held up a   36   bill. He asked, “Who would like this $20 bill ? ” Hands were   37   . Then he said, “I am going to give this $20 to one of you, but first let me do this.” He began to crumple(弄皱)the   38  . He then asked the audience, “   39   still wants it ?” Still the hands went   40  in the air.

  “ What   41   I do this? ” He asked, and he   42   it on the ground, and started to step on it. He   43   it up. Now the bill was   44   and crumpled. “ Now who still wants it?” Still the hands went up.

  “My friends,” He continued, “You have all   45    a good lesson . No matter   46   I did to the money, you still wanted it because the bill did not lose its   47   . It was still worth $20. Many times in our   48  , we are dropped, crumpled, and stepped on, because we sometimes  49   wrong decisions, or we may   50   with something we do not   51  .When that happens, we feel depressed and think we are   52  . But in fact no matter what has happened or what will happen, you will never lose your value. The worth of our life comes not   53   what we do or whom we know, but in who we are! Don’t forget ‘the worth of a thing does not depend on its outside   54   , but on its inner value.’ This is the   55   of life.

1.A. 20 dollar        B. 20 dollars              C. 20-dollars      D. 20-dollar.

2.A. risen         B. put                C. raised               D. held

3.A. bill          B. paper               C. cash                      D. change

4.A. Somebody    B. Nobody            C. Anybody      D. You

5.A. up           B. down                C. above              D. around

6.A. should          B. can                 C. if            D. whether

7.A. threw           B. dropped             C. fell                D. put

8.A. showed         B. lifted                C. brought           D. picked

9.A. good            B. clean                C. large               D. dirty

10.A. given                B. learned              C. taught              D. taken

11.A. that            B. how                 C. what                D. why

12.A. value         B. price                C. effect              D. part

13.A. studies               B. work               C. fields               D. lives

14.A. do                   B. make                C. give                       D. take

15.A. meet                 B. deal                 C. talk                 D. get

16.A. like                  B. hope                C. wish                D. expect

17.A. worthless    B. weak                C. poor                D. careless

18.A. from                 B. in                  C. about               D. at

19.A. beauty        B. face                 C. looks              D. impression

20.A. lesson                B. truth                C. saying            D. story