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    鲁迅先生被称为文学巨匠。请根据以下信息提示写一篇90词左右的短文,对鲁迅先生进行介绍。
    内容要点:
    1. 鲁迅先生是中国最著名的作家之一。他写了很多文学作品;
    2. 他瘦,不高,总是穿着一件长的旧外套。起初,他想成为一名医生挽救人们的生命。后来,他开始写文章唤醒人们的觉悟;
    3. 他写了很多著名的小说。作品中有很多著名的人物,如阿Q,孔乙己。
    参考词汇:literary works 文学作品          article 文章                 wake up 唤醒             Ah Q 阿Q             Kong Yiji 孔乙己
    要求:句子结构准确,要点齐全,内容合理,篇章结构连贯。
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         One day a small boy was walking along the street in London. 1._____________ name was Tom. That day he could have no breakfast  2._____________ lunch. He wanted to buy bread, but he didn’t have any money. His father 3._____________ (die) when he was very young. His mother could not look after Tom and his brother because of 4._____________ (ill). Both of them had to work hard 5._____________ (help) their mother. He was very young, 6._____________ his dream was very big. His wish was to be a famous 7._____________ (act). He worked very hard on singing and  8._____________ (dance). One day, a man came to him and 9._____________ (ask), “Would you like to act in my film?” “Certainly.” He answered. And he did his best in it. Many people said, “We have never seen 10._____________ an interesting film.” Thirty years later, this same boy was one of the most famous people in the world.

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         A 13-year-old American has made a cheap machine that can help blind people read.
         The blind can read by using
    Braille—a system of small bumps(隆起物)that the blind touch to read the letters.The machine that makes these small  bumps usually costs at least $2,000. It is called Braille writer. The American schoolboy, Shubham Banerjee, made a new Braille writer from a Lego tool  that lets people create robots. Banerjee has called his new machine the Braigo—a combination(组合)of the words Braille and Lego. It costs just $350.  It works by changing electronic text into Braille and then printing it using a computer or mobile machine.
         Banerjee designed his Braigo last year for a school science exhibition. Since then, he has caught the interest of Silicon Valley in the USA. The big  technology company Intel spent money on Banerjee’s machine last November, but they did not say how much money they put in. Banerjee also got  $35, 000 from his father to help him start the project. His father works as a computer engineer at Intel. He spoke about why he gave so much money to his son, saying: “We as parents started to be interested more, thinking that he’s on to something and this invention has to continue.” Banerjee told the AP  News: “My dream would probably be having most of the blind people use my Braigo.”
    (     ) 1.What is Braille in Line 2?
                 A. A system of bumps to help the blind read.   B. The name of a new invention.
                 C. A very cheap machine.                                  D. A Lego robot.
    (     ) 2. How much will one save if he buys a Braigo instead of a usual Braille writer?
                 A. Over $2,000.        B. Less than $350.           C. Exactly $35,000.              D. At least $1,650.
    (     ) 3. What does the Braigo change into Braille?
                 A. Photocopies.         B. Voices.                        C. Electronic text.                 D. Computer languages.
    (     ) 4. Why did Banerjee design his invention?
                 A. He did it as a hobby.                                     B. Intel told him to do it.
                 C. He did it for a school science project.          D. He wanted to get money from his father.
    (     ) 5. Banerjee’s parents wanted him to continue to __________.
                 A. catch Intel’s interest                                     B. work on his invention
                 C. be a computer engineer                                D. use the new Braille writer

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         The crowd at the airport rushed forward. The passengers had been waiting for a couple of hours for an airport worker to open the door leading to the  plane outside. No one was in a good mood. An old man got stuck in the middle of the rush, He fell down and his head hit the hard floor. Blood came out of his head. He appeared to be unconscious. Everyone rushed past him, except for Dana. She called for help.
         A minute later, a young airport worker showed up. Hardly looking at the old man, she told Dana to get on her plane. She said the old man would be  okay, and walked away.
         Dana cried for help. Another airport worker appeared. He told Dana to get on the plane. Dana said that she was not moving until an ambulance (救护车)arrived. The worker said her plane would leave without her. Dana said that she didn’t care.
         An ambulance with a doctor and a nurse finally arrived. They put him into the ambulance and drove off.
         On her way out to the plane, which was still refueling(加油), Dana saw the worker who didn’t care about the old man at the very beginning. The  worker said, “You’re lucky the plane didn’t leave without you.”
         “The plane?” Dana asked. “Who cares about the plane? How could you be so cold? That was an old man; he could have been your grandfather! How  would you like it if everyone just stepped over your grandfather and went on their way?”
    (     ) 1. In the first paragraph, the passengers were __________.
                 A. getting on the train      B. getting on the plane   C. getting off the train   D. getting off the plane
    (     ) 2. The underlined word “unconscious” means __________ in Chinese.
                 A. 不耐烦的                    B. 不省人事的               C. 不着急的                  D. 不屑一顾的
    (     ) 3. According to the passage, __________ of the airport workers cared about the old man.
                 A. two                              B. none                            C. some                          D. all
    (     ) 4. Dana finally __________.
                 A. caught the plane    B. missed the plane              C. went to the hospital   D. left the hospital
    (     ) 5. What did the writer think about the accident?
                 A. The airport workers were right.                         B. The passengers were right.
                 C. Nobody was right.                                              D. Dana was right.

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        Many rules govern drivers on American streets and highways. The most common ones are the speed limits(速度限制). The speed limit regulates   how fast a car may go.
        On streets in the cities, the speed limit is usually 25 or 35 miles an hour. On the highway between cities, the speed limit is usually 55 miles an hour.  When people drive faster than the speed limit, a policeman may stop them. The policeman gives them pieces of paper, which are called traffic tickets.  Traffic tickets tell the drivers how much money they must pay. When the driver receives too many tickets, they may not be allowed to drive for a while.
        During the rush hour, (The rush hour is when people are going to work or going home from work.) there are many cars in the streets, and traffic  moves very slowly. Almost every city in America has the rush hour. Drivers don’t get tickets very often for speeding at rush hour because they cannot drive fast.
    (     )1. What does the underlined word “ones” in the first paragraph refer to?
                 A. Rules.                           B. Drivers.                     C. Governments.           D. Highways.
    (     ) 2. On the highways, the police will stop you if your speed is over __________.
                 A. 25 miles per hour         B. 35 miles per hour      C. 55 miles per hour      D. 45 miles per hour
    (     ) 3. What will happen if a driver receives too many tickets?
                 A. He will be put into prison.                                 B. He can never drive again.
                 C. He will be asked to the police station.               D. He cannot drive for some time.
    (     ) 4. Why do few drivers received tickets for speeding during the rush hour?
                 A. Because there are many policemen.                   B. Because they are afraid of the police.
                 C. Because the traffic is heavy.                               D. Because they don’t want to pay the tickets.
    (     ) 5. The passage is mainly about __________ in America.
                 A. rush hours            B. American drivers               C. traffic rules                D. traffic policemen

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         “Where there is a will, there is a way.” Perhaps not many students can understand this better than 22-year-old Michael Ha. Because of his story of  success, he has become an example of young people.
         Michael Ha was born in a very poor family. His parents worked in Vietnam before they moved to Britain in 1980. They couldn’t find work in Britain  because they spoke little English. The whole family had to live on benefits(救济金)and they lived in a small house in Hackney, a poor area in East  London. Growing up is not easy for Michael, but he never gave up.
         At the age of ten, he set his heart on going to Cambridge University. It was not easy, either. Michael studied at a school, which used to be called “the  worst school in Britain”. However, young Michael made his mind to try his best, no matter what kind of school he was studying at. The smart boy studied very hard and did well in every subject at school. Once he made a bet with his friend to learn further math. As a result, after just spending four months teaching himself from a textbook, he got an A in AS-level further math.
         Now Michael is the star medical student in John’s College, Cambridge and has just won an award for his excellent grades. He hopes he will be an  inspiration for other young people from disadvantaged backgrounds.
    (     ) 1. When was Michael born?
                 A. In 1994                B. in 1980                     C. in 1900                    D. in 1984
    (     ) 2. Where did Michael’s parents work before 1980?
                 A. in Britain             B. in Vietnam               C. in Cambridge           D. in Hackney
    (     ) 3. What does Michael learn about in Cambridge University?
                 A. English                B. History                     C. Geography               D. Medicine
    (     ) 4. Which of the following is TURE?
                 A. Michael’s parents couldn’t find work in Britain because they had little work experience.
                 B. Michael had a dream of studying at Cambridge university when he was eleven years old.
                 C. in order to get an A in AS-level further math, Michael spent four months teaching himself.
                 D. Michael has won two awards for his excellent grades.
    (     ) 5. What is the best title of the passage?
                 A. How to deal with the difficulties.              B. How to become a good student.
                 C. From a poor area to Cambridge                 D. From “worst school” to Cambridge University.

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         When I was sixteen, I made my first visit to the United States. It wasn’t the first time I had been __1__. Like most English children, I learned French at school.  And I had often been to France, so I was used to speaking a foreign language to people who didn’t understand French. I believed that I wouldn’t  have any __2__  problems when I went to America. So I was really looking forward to having a nice easy holiday there.
         How __3__ I was! The misunderstanding(误解)began at the airport. I was looking for a public telephone to __4__ my friend Danny who had been  in America for two years and told her that I had arrived. A friendly old man saw me looking confused and asked if he could __5__ me.
         “Yes,” I said, “I want to give my friend a ring.”
         “Well, that’s nice,” he said. “Are you getting married? But aren’t you a bit too __6__?”
         “Who is talking about marriage?” I replied. “I just want to give my friend a ring to tell her I’ve arrived. Can you tell me __7__ the phone box is?”
         “Oh! I see.” he said, “there’s a phone downstairs.”
         When Danny and I met up, she __8__ the misunderstanding to me.
         “Don’t worry,” she said to me. “I had so many difficulties at first. There are lots of words which the Americans use __9__ in meaning from the British. You’ll soon get used to all the funny things they say __10__. Most of the time British and American people understand each other!
    (     ) 1. A. aboard                                B. abroad                                   C. away
    (     ) 2. A. money                                B. time                                       C. language
    (     ) 3. A. excited                                B. wrong                                   C. poor
    (     ) 4. A. visit                                     B. meet                                      C. call
    (     ) 5. A. know                                   B. help                                       C. teach
    (     ) 6. A. strict                                    B. lucky                                     C. young
    (     ) 7. A. how much                           B. whose                                    C. where
    (     ) 8. A. explained                             B. expressed                              C. showed
    (     ) 9. A. similarly                              B. carefully                                C. differently
    (     ) 10. A. at present                           B. at the same time                    C. at last

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    When the sun starts to __________ in the east, the soldiers start to __________ the national flag on Tiananmen Square.
    A. raise; rise                          B. rise; raise                        C. rise; rise

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    The maths problem is __________ difficult for us __________ work out.
    A. so; that                             B. too; to                            C. enough; to

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    Jeremy Lin plays basketball __________ well __________ he has millions of fans in China.
    A. so; that                             B. such; that                        C. enough; to