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河南专升本英语阅读部分【解题训练】1-10

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英语阅读理解2   

Blondin was a very famous acrobat(杂技师) in the 19th century. He used to walk on a tight--rope across the Niagara Falls(瀑布). On September 8th, 1860, a crowd of about 300,000 people gathered at Niagara to watch Blondin carry a man across! Three men had offered to go with him, but they falled to appear, so Blondin asked his manager, Mr. Colcord, to climb on his back, Colcord agreed to go this so as not to disappoint the crowd, but he was terrified. The crossing was very difficult because Colcord was heavier than Blondin thought. After he had gone a short way, Blondin had to stop in order to rest. He asked Colcord to get down. At first Colcord refused, but at last he had to. He clung to (紧紧握住) Blondin’s leg and the rope in order not to fall, Blondin had to stop six times during the crossing so as to rest. Sometimes the rope swung(荡,摆动) as much as 40 feet! At last both men crossed safely. The crowd sighed with relief(松一口气) and so did poor Mr. Colcord.
1. How did Blondin walk across Niagara Falls on September 8th , 1860?
   A. On a tight—rope with his manager on his back.
   B. On a tight—rope by himself.
   C. On a tight—rope with three men on his back.
   D. On a tight—rope with one of his helpers on his back.
2. Why do you think the three men did not appear?
   A. They couldn’t walk on tight-rope.            B. They did not dare to take the risk.
   C. They were ill.                            D. They had met with an accident.
3. Mr. Colcord agreed to act with Blondin because he     .
   A. was brave
   B. was Blondin’s true friend
   C. did not want to disappoint the 300,000 people      
   D. was Blondin’s manager
4. Blondin stopped six times during the crossing     .
   A. in order to help Colcord
   B. in order to get his strength back
   C. because Colcord clung to his leg and the rope
   D. because Colcord was heavier than him
5. Blondin’s nationality was     .
   A. American                         B. Canadian
   C. Englishman                        D. not mentioned in the passage

 
    One day last November, Tom Baker stopped out of his house into the morning light and headed across the rice fields toward the bank of the Rapti River. Tom, a 32-year-old school teacher in the farming village of Madanpur, was going for his morning bath.
    As he approached(走近) the river, the head of a tiger(老虎) suddenly appeared over the edge of the river bank. Before he could turn to run, the tiger was upon him. It jumped on his shoulder and threw him to the ground, its huge jaws attacked his head in a killing bite.
    Peter Smith was also on his way to the river and saw the attack. He screamed. The tiger lifted its head and roared(吼叫) at him. Peter ran.
    From the window of his house John Brown heard the tiger roar and ran out to see it attacking a man. He screamed, too, and all the villagers ran out shouting as the tiger dropped its victim(牺牲品) and ran off. When the villagers reached the river bank, Tom was already dead.
  For the villagers, the horror of the incident intensified(加剧) by the tales of man-eating tigers that has once run around in the countryside, killing hundreds.
1. How many people saw the tiger before it was driven off?
   A One person.       B. Two persons.       C. Three persons.        D. Four persons.
2. What was the victim’s professional job?
   A. A hunter.         B. A teacher.         C. A farmer.            D. A manager.
3. The reason why the tiger attacked the man was     .
   A. it was hungry                  B. it was angry
   C. it was frightened by the man       D. not mentioned in the passage
4. When did the attack take place?
   A. Early in the morning          B. At noon
   C. Late in the afternoon          D. At five before dark
5. According to the passage, the underlined word screamed in the third paragraph 
   probably means ____.
   A. gave a sharp cry because of fear.                 B. shouted out for help.
   C. made some loud noise.                         D. cried out in pain.

Blondin19世纪是一名非常有名的杂技师。他曾经穿过尼加拉瀑布(瀑布)的绳索。186098日,约有30万人聚集在尼亚加拉,看着布隆丹带着一个男人!有三个人提出要和他一起去,但是他们出现了,所以布隆丹问他的经理柯拉克先生,爬上他的背后,柯雷斯同意这样做,以免让人失望,但他害怕。交叉口是非常困难的,因为ColcordBlondin想的要重。在他走了一短路之后,布隆丹不得不停下来休息。他问柯利斯下来。起初Colcord拒绝了,但后他不得不。他坚持(紧紧握住)Blondin的腿和绳子,以免跌倒,Blondin不得不在过境期间停止六次,以休息。有时绳子摆动(荡,摆动)多达40英尺!后两个人安全地交叉。人群叹了口气(松一口气),可乐先生也是如此。
1.186098日,布隆丹如何走过尼亚加拉大瀑布?
   A.在他的背上与他的经理紧紧的绳索。
   B.在自己紧紧的绳子上。
   C.在他背上有三个男人的紧绳。
   D.他的背上有一个帮忙的紧身绳子。
2.你为什么认为这三个人没有出现?
   A.他们不能用紧绳走。B.他们不敢冒险。
   C.他们生病了D. 他们遇到了一场意外。
3.Colcord先生同意与Blondin采取行动,因为他。
   A.勇敢
   B. Blondin 的真正朋友

  C.不想让30万人失望
   D. Blondin 的经理
4. Blondin      在过境时停了六次。
   A.为了帮助科勒哥
   B.为了使自己的力量恢复
   C.因为科拉克紧紧抓住他的腿和绳索
   D.因为
5.科尔多比他更重5.布隆丹的国籍是。
   A.美国B.加拿大
   C.英国人D.在段落中没有提到

 
    去年11月的一天,汤姆·贝克(Tom Baker)从家中赶到早晨的灯光,朝着拉皮蒂河畔的稻田前进。汤姆是马丹布尔农村的一名32岁的学校老师,正在上午去洗澡。
    当他走近河边时,一只老虎(老虎)的头突然出现在河岸的边缘。在他转身跑来之前,老虎在他身上。它跳上他的肩膀,把他扔到地上,它的巨大的爪子杀死了他的头。
    彼得·史密斯也在途中,看到了这次袭击。他尖叫起来 老虎抬起头,吼叫(吼叫)。彼得跑了 
    从他房子的窗口,约翰·布朗听到老虎的吼声,跑出去看望了一名男子。他的尖叫声也是,所有的村民随着老虎放下受害者(牺牲品)而大叫,跑掉了。当村民到河岸时,汤姆已经死了。
  对于村民来说,这场事件的恐怖事件使人们吃惊的老虎的故事在农村发生了剧烈的加剧,造成数百人死亡。
1.在被赶走之前有多少人看见老虎?
   一个人 B.两个人。三人。D.四人。
2.受害者的专业工作是什么?
   一个猎人 一位老师 农民。D.经理。
3.老虎攻击这个人的原因是什么。
   A.饿了B.生气了
   C.这个人害怕D.在通道
4中没有提到。攻击发生在什么时候?
   A.清晨B.中午
   C.晚上D.晚上五点
5.根据通道,第三段尖叫的字眼
   大概意味着____
   因为恐惧而急于哭泣。大声喊出来帮忙。
   C.发出一些响亮的声音。D.痛苦地哭了起来。

 

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