Mr. Lee was in bed and was trying to go to sleep when he heard the bell ring. He turned on the light and looked at his clock. It was twelve o'clock. "Who can it be at this time of night?" He thought. He decided to go and find out. So he got of bed, put on his dressing gown (浴袍) and went to the door. When he opened the door, there was nobody there. "That is very strange." Then he went back to his bedroom, took off his dressing gown, got back into bed ,turned off the light and tried to go to sleep.
A few minutes later he heard the bell again. Mr. Lee jumped out of bed very quickly and rushed to the door. He opened it, but again he found no one there. He closed the door and tried not to feel angry. Then he saw a piece of paper on the floor. He picked it up. There were some words on it : "It is now after midnight(午夜), so it is April Fool's Day (禺人节) . April fool to you!"
"Oh , it was the English boy next door!" Mr. Lee exclaimed (惊叫) and almost smiled. He went back to bed and feel asleep at once. The bell did not ring again.
1. When did Mr. Lee go to bed? He went to bed _______.
A. before twelve o'clock C. when the bell rang B. after twelve o'clock D. when he saw the boy 2. Why did he rush to the door when he heard the bell ring the second time? A. He wanted to open the door for the visitor B. He wanted to find out who the visitor was. C. He was afraid of the ring
D. He was waiting for someone.
3. From this passage, we learn that we can _______ on April Fool's Day.
A. say "Hello" to each other C. play jokes on each other B. dance and sing at night
D. send pressents to children
4. What did Mr. Lee think about the English boy? He thought he _________. A. was a good boyB. was friendly with him D. did a dangerous thing just now C. shouldn't ring the bell at midnight
2．B．文中有这样的句子“Who can it be at this time of night?”，此句说明Mr. Lee 很想知道是谁在午夜时来敲门。
4．B．英国男孩和Mr. Lee开玩笑，说明他把Mr. Lee看成朋友，所以答案是B。
Babies love chocolate and sometimes they also eat the paper around it. My cat enjoys a meal of good, thick paper, old letters, for example. She does not like newspapers very much
Of course, the best paper comes from wood. Wood comes from trees, and trees are plants. Vegetables and fruit are plants, too, and we eat a lot of them. So can we also eat wood and paper?
Scientists say, "All food comes in some way from plants." Well, is that true? Animals eat grass and grow fat. Then we eat their meat. Little fish eat little sea-plants, then bigger fish swim along and eat the ……Chickens eat bits of grass and give us…… Think for a minute. What food does not come from plants in some way?
Scientists can do wonderful things with plants. They can make food just like meat and cheese. And they can make it without the help of animals. It is very good food, too. Now they have begun to say, "We make our paper from wood. We can also make food from wood. The next thing is not very difficult." What is the next thing? Perhaps it is—food from paper. Scientists say, "We can turn paper into food. It will be good, cheap food, too, cheaper than meat or fish or eggs."
So please keep your old books and letters. (Don't feed [喂] your cat.) One day, they will be on your plate, if what scientists say may come true. 1. The writer asks us to keep our old books and letters because _______. A. they are useful for reading B. They may be used to feed cats C. We can make food from them soon
D. we can read them at breakfast
2. From the passage (段落)， we can infer(推断) that _______ do not come from plants in some way. A. few kinds of foodC. cheese and chicken
2．A．文中有这样的句子“What food does not come from plants in some way?”。说明作者认为，不管是什么样的食物，几乎都来自“plants”，所以答案是A。 B. meat and fish
D. wood and paper 阅 读 理 解 3
In England recently three foreign gentlemen came to a bus stop and waited . About five minutes later, the bus they wanted came along. They were just going to get on when suddenly there was a loud noise behind them. People rushed onto the bus and
tried to push them out of the way . Someone shouted at them. The bus conductor came rushing down the stairs to see what all the trouble was about. The three foreigners seem all at sea and looked embarrassed (窘迫的 . No one had told them about the British custom (习惯)of lining up for a bus that the first person who arrives at the bus stop is the first person to get on the bus .
Learning the language of a country isn't enough. If you want to have a pleasant visit, find out as much as possible about the manners and customs of your host country. You will probably be surprised just how different they can be from your own.
A visitor to India would do well to remember that people there consider it impolite to use the left hand for passing food at table. The left hand is supposed to be used for washing yourself. Also in India, you might see a man shaking his head at another to show that he doesn't agree. But in many parts of India a shake of the head means agreement. Nodding (点头) your head when you are given a drink in Bulgaria will most probably leave you thirsty .
In that country, you shake your head to mean 'yes'— a nod means 'no' . At a meal in countries on the Arabic Peninsula, you will find that your glass is repeated refilled as soon as you drink up . If you think that you have had enough , you should take the cup or glasses in your hand and give it a little shake from side to side or place your hand over the top.
In Europe it quite usual to cross your legs when you are sitting talking to someone even at an important meeting. Doing this in Thailand, however, could bring about trouble . Also, you should try to avoid (避免)touching the head of an adult (成人) ——it's just not done in Thailand .
1. The British people tried to push the three gentlemen out of the way, because the gentlemen _________ .
A. were foreigners C. made a loud noise
B. didn't have tickets D. didn't line up for the bus
2. According to the article, if you want to have a pleasant journey in a foreign country, you should _________.
A. learn the language of the country B. understand the manners and customs of the country C. have enough time and money D. make friends with the people there
3. In India it is considered impolite ___________.
A. to use the right hand for passing food at table. B. to pass food with the left hand. C. to eat food with your hands. D. to help yourself at table.
4. To cross one's legs at an important meeting in Europe is _______.
A. a common (平常的) habit
B. an important manner
C. a serious (严重的) trouble
D. a bad manner
5. The best title (题目) for this article is ________.
A. People's Everyday Life
B. Mind Your Manners C. Shaking and Nodding Head
D. Taking a Bus in England
1．D。这是一道句子理解题，也可以看成细节题。在第一自然段的最后，有这样的句子： No one had told them about the British custom of lining up for a bus that the first person who arrives at a bus stop is the first person to get on the bus．从此句可知那三位先生并不知道在英国乘车的习惯，所以答案是D。
篇二：英语 同步学案 九年级 答案
Ⅰ. 1. golden2. doubted3. certain4. less 5. agreement
6. correct7. mistakes8. filled9. truth 10. really
Ⅱ. 1. run over 2. be amazed at 3. think of a way
4. at first 5. leave me alone
6. fill … with … 7. be made for8. let sb. out
9. tell the truth 10. (be) happy with
11. go down12. cut up 13. add up
14. be made of 15. find out the truth
16. get out of 17. make sure18. of the same weight
19. send … to prison 20. cut … in half
1. In ancient Greece.
2. He doubted the crown was a real golden crown.
3. When he had a bath.
4. No, it wasn’t.
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Ⅱ. 1. Olympics 2. mistakes 3. agreement 4. seems 5. truth
6. boxing7. bowl8. metal9. solve10. less
Ⅲ. 1. was amazed at 2. fill; with 3. make sure 4. sent; to prison
5. run over6. is made of 7. find out 8. thinking about
9. Go straight10. I’m certain that
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Ⅴ. 1-5 CDBDC
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Ⅱ. 1. to make 2. to clean 3. displaced 4. to like 5. to buy
6. to eat7. take8. believed 9. to get10. to visit
Ⅲ. 1. That’s why2. filling with fear3. sent me a present
4. large enough to 5. let me have a try
Ⅳ. 1. I plan to make my brother a model plane myself.
2. They aren’t sure whether the man is telling the truth.
3. Both soldiers and officers had no idea about the problem.
4. Take a look at my new watch.
5. I am not allowed to eat hamburgers because they are unhealthy.
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Ⅵ. 1-5 CBDCD
Ⅰ. 1-5 BABAC
Ⅱ. 1. Is it 2. haven’t gone to; yet 3. didn’t he
4. don’t smoke 5. What delicious cakes they are
Ⅰ. 1-5 BCACB
Ⅱ. 1. won’t you2. weren’t they3. is it
4. hasn’t it5. will you
Ⅲ. 1. Whom2. How3. What4. who5. How long
6. How7. What8. which 9. Where 10. What
Ⅳ. 1. a 2. first 3. reading4. extremely 5. on
6. found7. However 8. to work 9. beginning 10. creator
Ⅰ. 1. His head was filled with strange ideas.
2. Teenagers should read books of real worth.
3. Anna went back to the classroom to make sure the lights were off.
4. You will make mistakes if you do things in a hurry.
5. Mr. Smith doubted the truth of this report.
Ⅱ. One possible version: car accident along with his wife.
John Nash was born in June, 1923. His father was an engineer and his mother was a teacher. He had a younger sister Martha. He liked reading when he was young. He did well in math when he was in school. He began to teach in MIT in 1952. In 1994, he won the Nobel Prize. But for a very long time, he suffered from a serious mental illness. And his wife took care of him.
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16-20 ABABA 21-25 CCCBC
26-30 CABCD 31-35 DBCDA
36. The 37. where 38. to be39. them40. sending
41. from 42. bodies 43. easily 44. helpful45. caused
One possible version: Sima Guang was a famous person in Chinese history. One day, the seven-year-old Sima Guang was playing with his friends in the garden. One of his friend climbed onto a water tank which was full of water. Suddenly, he fell into the water tank. All the other children were frightened and didn’t know what to do. Sima Guang thought for a moment. Then he picked up a big stone and broke the water tank
with it. The water flowed out and the friend was saved. He was smart, wasn’t he?
Ⅰ. 1. invitation 2. pleasure 3. trust4. exactly5. theories
6. reduce 7. avoided 8. lecture9. achievement 10. obeyed Ⅱ. 1. be tired of 2. side by side3. a series of4. by heart
5. change places 6. in return 7. let … down8. join in
9. return one’s call 10. without difficulty 11. at the same time 12. have no idea
13. give one’s lecture 14. have a good memory
15. (be) in trouble 16. sense of humour 17. take a seat18. turning point
19. be honest with sb.20. play a joke on sb.
1. At different universities.
2. He felt very tired.
3. Yes, he did.
4. He turned pale. 5. Einstein.
Ⅰ. 1-5 BCBBA
Ⅱ. 1. astronaut 2. seats 3. pale 4. invitation 5. achievement
6. University7. avoid8. humour 9. reduce10. tonight
Ⅲ. 1. a sense of humour 2. let; down 3. by heart 4. A series of
5. a turning point6. join in7. in trouble8. had no idea
9. without difficulty 10. play a joke on
Ⅳ. 1-5 BCCAB 6-10 CCBAC
Ⅴ. 1-5 BACAD
Ⅰ. 1-5 BCABB 6-10 CABBA
Ⅱ. 1. being 2. to work 3. to speak 4. sing 5. driving
6. to try7. to join8. laugh 9. living10. teaching
Ⅲ. 1. on the way to2. so many times that3. from time to time
4. lose heart 5. be bored with
Ⅳ. 1. He worked hard. However, he didn’t do well enough in the exam.
2. Can I take a message for you?
3. I will ask my mother to call you back later.
4. What was his job when he was twenty years old?
5. She is a well-known teacher with a good sense of humour.
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Ⅵ. 1-5 CCBAD
Ⅰ. 1-5 BABCA
Ⅱ. 1. to become 2. to keep 3. to take4. to go 5. to get
6. to finish7. to catch 8. To have9. to miss 10. to lead
Ⅰ. 1-5 ABBCB
Ⅱ. 1. is able to hold 2. It is; to watch 3. hope to visit
4. To clean; is 5. It takes her; to keep
Ⅲ. 1. to ask2. to be 3. to learn 4. to finish 5. to do
6. to make7. to study 8. to take9. to work10. to continue Ⅳ. 1. yours2. Recently 3. flying4. to make 5. ninety-first
6. a7. in 8. important 9. because10. to be
Ⅰ. 1. Mr Miller has a good sense of humour.
2. You have to obey the rules of the school.
3. Your friends will help you when you are in trouble.
4. The little girl doesn’t want to let her parents down.
5. Jack won the writing competition without difficulty.
Ⅱ. One possible version: to a river and sat down by the river.
A man came and asked if he was fishing. Mr Dickens said yes and complained, “I haven’t got even a fish today. But I had fifteen yesterday.”
“Is that true?” the man said, “I’m the person who is in charge of the river, and you can’t fish here. So I’ll fine you for this.”
“Oh, you can’t do that.” Said Dickens, “I’m a writer, and I have written many stories. It is just one of my stories.”
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16-20 CAACA21-25 BBCCC
26-30 ACCBD 31-35 ABAAC
36. invention 37. who 38. to do 39. themselves 40. awake
41. about42. Finally43. When 44. leaving 45. as
One possible version:
So he went to see a doctor alone. The doctor examined him carefully and then told him something about his condition. Wang’s English was so poor that he couldn’t follow the doctor, but he just said yes when being asked if he understood. And he didn’t ask any questions to the doctor. The doctor gave him some medicine, but he didn’t
know how to take them. When he got home, his wife asked what the doctor said. Wang felt really sad because he didn’t know at all.
Ⅰ. 1. decision 2. personal3. type 4. set5. invite
6. suppose7. crowded 8. ironing9. cost 10. develop
Ⅱ. 1. (be) on business2. help with3. make sense
4. disagree with5. out of date
6. at a time 7. go your way8. iron clothes
9. cook meals10. talking and sharing
11. be patient with sb. 12. set rules 13. get angry
14. water the plants 15. go out for dinner
16. prepare meals 17. in addition 18. give sb. a hand
20. tidy one’s bedroom
1. For a programme on family life.
2. A big TV, a new computer and a mobile phone.
4. No, he doesn’t. 5. He helps wash the dishes and iron his own shirts.
Ⅰ. 1-5 CABBC
Ⅱ. 1. decision 2. personal 3. mind4. cost5. relationship
6. meal7. expect 8. daughter 9. set10. event
Ⅲ. 1. on business2. have no interest in 3. wide awake 4. are away from home
5. support each other6. The capital of7. make sense
8. have something nice to eat 9. give me a hand10. washes the dishes
Ⅳ. 1-5 CAACC 6-10 BBACB
Ⅴ. 1-5 AACBD
Ⅰ. 1-5 CAABA 6-10 BCCAB
Ⅱ. 1. to be 2. sharing 3. to smoke4. bigger 5. to visit
6. to be 7. tidying 8. remembering 9. to set10. to work
Ⅲ. 1. go out of date soon 2. learn to look after yourself
3. wrote me back4. In addition 5. Make a list of
Ⅳ. 1. If you don’t get a satisfactory result, try not to be too angry.