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2019年教师资格考试特岗教师中学英语一(2)

时间:2019-08-24
 

   

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  Ⅱ。Reading Comprehension 20%
  Directions: There are two passages in this part. Each passage is followed by five questions or unfinished statements. For each of them there are four choices marked A, B, C and D.You should decide on the BEST CHOICE.
  Passage One
  Lisa was running late. Lisa, 25, had a lot to do at work, plus visitors on the way: her parents were coming in for Thanksgiving from her hometown. But as she hurried down the subway stairs, she started to feel uncomfortably warn. By the time she got to the platform, Lisa felt weak and tired—maybe it hadnt been a good idea to give blood the night before, she thought. She rested herself against a post close to the tracks. Several yards away, Frank, 43, and his girlfriend, Jennifer, found a spot close to where the front of the train would stop. They were deep in discussion about a house they were thinking of buying. But when he heard the scream, followed by someone yelling, “Oh, my God, she fell in!” Frank didnt hesitate. He jumped down to the tracks and ran some 40 feet toward the body lying on the rails. “No! Not you!” his girlfriend screamed after him. She was right to be alarmed. By the time Frank reached Lisa, he could feel the tracks shaking and see the light coming. The train was about 20 seconds from the station.
  It was hard to lift her. She was just out. But he managed to raise her the four feet to the platform so that bystanders could hold her by the grins and drag her away from the edge. That was where Lisa briefly regained consciousness, felt herself being pulled along the ground, and saw someone else holding her purse. Lisa thought shed been robbed. A woman held her hand and a man gave his shirt to help stop the blood pouring from her head. And she tried to talk but she couldnt, and that was when she realized how much pain she was in. Police and fire officials soon arrived, and Frank told the story to an officer. Jennifer said her boyfriend was calm on their 40minute train ride downtown—just as he had been seconds after the rescue, which made her think about her reaction at the time. “I saw the train coming and I was thinking he was going to die”, she explained.
  ()1.What was the most probable cause for Lisas weakness?
  A.She had run a long way.
  B.She felt hot in the subway.
  C.She had done a 1ot of work.
  D.She had donated blood the night before.
  ()2.Why did Jennifer try to stop her boyfriend?
  A.Because they would miss their train.
  B.Because he didnt see the train coming.
  C.Because she was sure Lisa was hard to lift.
  D.Because she was afraid the train would kill him.
  ()3.How did Frank save Lisa?
  A.By lifting her to the platform.
  B.By helping her rise to her feet.
  C.By pulling her along the ground.
  D.By dragging her away from the edge.
  ()4.When did Lisa become conscious again?
  A.When the train was leaving.
  B.After she was back on the platform.
  C.After the police and fire officials came.
  D.When a man was cleaning the blood from her head.
  ()5.The passage is intended to .
  A.warn us of the danger in the subway
  B.show us how to save people in the subway
  C.tell us about a subway rescue
  D.report a traffic accident
  Passage Two
  In a country that defines itself by ideals, not by shared blood, who should be allowed to work and live here? In the wake of the Sept.11 attacks these questions have never seemed more pressing.
  On Dec.11,2001, as part of the effort to increase homeland security, federal and local authorities in 14 states staged “Operation Safe Travel” —raids on airports to arrest employees with false identification(身份证明)。 In Salt Lake City there were 69 arrests. But those captured were anything but terrorists, most of them illegal immigrants from Central or South American. Authorities said the undocumented workers illegal status made them open to blank mall(讹诈)by terrorists. Many immigrants in Salt Lake City were angered by the arrests and said they felt as if they were being treated like disposable goods.Mayor Anderson said those feelings were justified to a certain extent. “Were saying we want you to work in these places. Were going to look the other way in terms of what our laws are, and then when its convenient for us, or when we can try to make a point in terms of national security, especially after Sept.11, then youre disposable. There are whole families being uprooted for all of the wrong reasons.” Anderson said.
  If Sept.11 had never happened, the airport workers would not have been arrested and could have gone on quietly living in America, probably indefinitely. Ana Castro, a manager at a Ben & Jerrys ice cream shop at the airport, had been working 10 years with the same false Social Security card when she was arrested in the December airport raid. Now she and her family are living under the threat of deportation. Castros case is currently waiting to be settled. While she awaits the outcome, the government has granted her permission to work here and she has returned to her job at Ben & Jerrys.
  ()6.According to the author, the United States claims to be a nation.
  A.composed of people having different values
  B.encouraging individual pursuits
  C.sharing common interests
  D.founded on shared ideals
  ()7.How did the immigrants in Salt Lake City feel about “Operation Safe Travel”?
  A.Guilty.
  B.Offended.
  C.Disappointed.
  D.Discouraged.
  ()8.Undocumented workers became the target of “Operation Safe Travel” because.
  A.evidence was found that they were potential terrorists
  B.most of them worked at airports under threat of terrorists
  C.terrorists might take advantage of their illegal status
  D.they were reportedly helping hide terrorists around the airport
  ()9.By saying “…were going to look the other way in terms of what our laws are”, Mayor Anderson means “”。
  A.we will turn a blind eye to your illegal status
  B.we will examine the laws in a different way
  C.there are other ways of enforcing the law
  D.the existing laws must not be ignored
  ()10.What do we learn about Ana Castro from the last paragraph?
  A.She will be deported sooner or later.
  B.She is allowed to stay permanently.
  C.Her case has been dropped.
  D.Her fate remains uncertain.

 

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