江苏省灌南县实验中学2020届中考英语提优练习,阅读训练2(无答案)

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阅读训练 一、阅读 When he was 11 years old, he loved fishing in the lake near his family’s house in New Hampshire. On the day before bass 鲈鱼 season began, he and his father went fishing in the evening. When his rod 鱼竿 bent over, he knew something huge was on the other end. His father watched with admiration as the boy skillfully pulled the fish in. Finally, he lifted it from the water. It was the largest one he had ever seen, but it was a bass. The boy and his father looked at the handsome fish. The father lit a match and looked at his watch. It was 10 pm – two hours before bass season began. The father looked at the fish, then at the boy. “You’ll have to put it back, son,” he said. “Dad” cried the boy. “There will be other fish,” said his father. “Not as big as this one,” cried the boy. He looked around the lake. No other fishermen or boats were anywhere around. He looked again at his father’s stern 坚决的 face. Even though no one had seen them, the boy knew that the decision was not negotiable 可商量的. He slowly lowered the fish back into the water. The fish swam away. The boy thought that he would never again see such a great fish. That was 34 years ago. Today, the boy is a successful architect 建筑师 in New York City. He has never again caught such a large fish as the one he landed that night long ago. But he does see that same fish again and again – every time he faces a question of right and wrong. His father taught him it is the practice of doing right that is difficult. Do we do right when no one is looking 1. The father asked the boy to put the bass back in the water because ____________. A. it wasn’t bass season yet B. he wanted to teach him to love animals. D. it was the custom to free a fish after catching it. C. he didn’t like bass at all. 2. What does the underlined phrase “with admiration” mean A. sadlyB. proudlyC. jealouslyD. carelessly 3. The son was ________ to put the fish back to the lake at first. A. worried B. amazed C. happy D. unwilling 4. What does “that same fish” in the article stand for A. Rewards. B. Good lessons. C. Big success. D. Right choices. 5. What is the best title of this passage A. Bass Season B. A Father and a SonC. Lifetime CatchD. An unforgettable Experience B Which part of the world has the most nearsighted students Just look around you– it’s East Asia. Nine in ten school leavers in major East Asian cities are nearsighted, according to the BBC. Experts say books and video games are not to blame 责备. East Asian students, they say, aren’t getting enough sunlight. People become nearsighted because their eyeballs grow out of shape and light entering their eyes cannot focus correctly. The body can produce a chemical called dopamine 多巴胺 to stop eyeballs from changing shape. And guess what scientists have just discovered Sunlight can help our bodies produce more dopamine, reported AFP. According to the study, primary school students in Singapore spend only 30 minutes outdoors every day; in Australia, by contrast 相反, kids spend about three hours a day outside. As a result, fewer children in Australia are nearsighted – only 10 percent, compared with 90 percent in Singapore. “Children in East Asia just go to school... go home and stay inside. They study and they watch television,” Ian Morgan of the Australian National University told AFP. But being a bookworm or a couch potato does not directly harm the eyes, added Morgan. “As long as they get outside, it doesn’t seem to matter how much study they do,” he explained. “There are some kids who study hard and get outside and play hard and they are generally fine. The ones who are at major risk are the ones who study hard and don’t get outside. As a result of massive 巨大的 educational pressures and the construction 构成 of a child’s day, the amount of time they spend outside in bright light is minimized.” Experts suggest children should stay outside for two to three hours every day. This can include time spent in the playground and walking to and from school. 6. According to the BBC, which group of the students are most likely to be nearsighted A. Students from the UK B. Students from the USA C. Students from Korea D. Students from Egypt 7. What is the main reason for the large number of nearsighted students in East Asia A. Too much reading or gaming. B. Being short of sunlight. C. Genetic 基因 reasons. D. Being short of rcise. 8.How long do experts suggest children stay outside every week A. Two to three hours. B. Fourteen to twenty-one hours. C. Two to three days.D. Over twenty-one hours. 9. In the writer’s opinion, why can’t East Asian students get enough bright light A. Because they don’t like sports. B. Because their parents don’t allow them to. C. Because they have great pressures from study. D. Because they spend more tim

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