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高考,英语,阅读理解,三篇,coal-fire,stove,炉灶,(A )
A coal-fire stove(炉灶)provided heating for Zhao Yaoqin's courtyard bungalow in a Beijing hutong all her life.                                                                This winter, however, the stove has disappeared from the 66-year-old's life, and an electric radiator takes its place beside her bed, a product of a government to use clean energy in the national capital.                                                                    With the Olympics to be staged in Beijing next August, the city is determined to eliminate the use of coal within the Third Ring Road that circles the city before the Games. The project to replace the stoves with electric radiators has been part of the effort.                        When the city's four-month long heating season started on Thursday, coal-fired stoves, known as a big source of pollution in the big city, have disappeared from some 20,000 local households like Zhao's bungalow in the inner city "hutong" -- traditional alleyways(小巷) that date back centuries.                                                                "We used to boil water or bake bread on the stove," said Zhao, sounding sentimental(伤感) to the disappearance of the coal furnace from her life.                                        Late in the 1990s, Beijing's air quality monitoring office found that the emissions(排放) of sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide from the hutong areas have been higher than the city's average in winter, mainly because of the coal stoves. With the project to switch to clean energy for heating launched in 1999, the emission level of the two poisonous substances decreased by 42 percent and 44 percent, respectively, this year from 2001 levels.                                Zhao said the fee for electrical heat for the entire winter was usually around 2,400 yuan (US$$323) per household. With the government's subsidy(补贴), however, she only needed to pay about 500 yuan, nearly the same price as that for coal.
1. Zhao Yaoqin’ example in the passage is to tell us that_______.
A. people in Beijing using electric radiators to welcome the Olympics.
B. people in Beijing are doing something to protect the environment.
C. hutongs in Beijing have a long history.
D. People pay more money to use electric radiators than before.
2. The underlined word eliminate probably means________
A. cut down.            B. increase.        C. get rid of.        D. replace
3. We can infer from the passage that ______
A. Zhao Yaoqin has a strong and deep emotion with the use of coal-fire stove.
B. The government will pay most of the fee.
C. The air of Beijing has been badly polluted since 1990s.
D. The people do not use coal eight months in one year.
4. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
A. The clean air is important when the Olympics Games is held in Beijing.
B. The success of the Olympics Games depends on the clean air.
C. The government spare no effort to make the environment better.
D. The emission level of poisonous substances will be low in 2008.
1.B文章大意理解题。北京开始取消使用煤取暖,为的是净化首都的空气。
故B正确。
2.C字意猜测题。
该市决心三环路之内消除使用煤炭。
3.A文章第三段:said Zhao, sounding sentimental(伤感) to the disappearance of the coal furnace from her life.    表明他对从此以后不使用煤灶很留念和伤感。所以A正确。而BC两项是文章的明白表达,不用 “imply”推断了,D明显错了。
只提到四个月用煤供热。
4.B从文章最后一段可知,C正确。而有了这样的措施D也正确。
The keys: BCAB
文章来源:/olympics/2007-11/17/content_
(B)
Chinese teahouses are the traditional ancient cafes of the east, for getting together and chatting with friends and generally passing the time.
In recent years the tradition has been revitalized, becoming fashionable in modern cities.
"The teahouse has become a place for people to not only sip tea and relax, but also to experience Chinese culture, hold social activities, host private parties and conduct business negotiations(谈判)," said Wu Xiduan, secretary-general of the China Tea Circulation Association.
The teahouse recreates the charm of old Beijing, which makes it a must for foreigners, who, from around the world, may come to appreciate Beijing Opera, drama, acrobatics and other Beijing folk arts, as well as sip tea.
Jasmine tea is the favorite of many old Beijingers, with its pure, clear taste and strong aroma. It's definitely on the menu at the Lao She Teahouse.
Also, it would be a pity to miss the performance of the Xiao'ers while you're watching the shows. Every Xiao'er at the Lao She Teahouse carries a special copper pot with a meter-long spout(壶嘴). And they handle the scalding(烫) pot without spilling a single drop of water.
Dawan tea is just as famous as the long-spouted teapot. The Chinese name means "inexpensive tea in a big tea bowl" and it was another old Beijing teahouse specialty. It's said that the founder of Lao She Teahouse, started his business by serving Dawan tea for just two cents each. And today it's the only teahouse still serving Dawan tea for two cents a bowl, even though there's no profit in it.
1. Lao She Teahouse today is different from the old one because________.
A. people can chat with friends to pass the time.
B. people can sip tea and relax.
C. people can enjoy the performance of Chinese art.
D. people experience Chinese culture and conduct business negotiations.
2. In this passage “Xiao’er” might probably the name of ______
A. waiter            B. artist             C. Chinese tea.        D. one of the shows
3. Which of the following could be the proper title of the passage:________
A. the History of Lao She Teahouse        B. Teahouse and traditional culture.
C. Laoshe Teahouse with Tradition         D. the performance in teahouse
4. Which of the following is TRUE according to this passage?
A. There's no profit in Lao She Teahouse.
B. Lao She Teahouse is a good example of old Beijing.
C. People are more attracted by the performance than its tea.。

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