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It may be really hard to tell others tha...

It may be really hard to tell others that you’re feeling sad or worried. If you keep these feelings in your heart and don’t talk about them with others, you will even fall ill at last.

If you talk with someone, who cares a lot about you, like your dad or mom, you may feel better. You’re not alone with your problems or worries. But if a kid doesn’t want to talk with his or her Dad or Mom, what should he or she do? It’s better to find another trusty(可信的)adult ,like a teacher at school. Maybe this person can help you talk with your Dad or Mom about your problems.

Once you know who you can talk to, you should choose when and where to talk. If you think it’s difficult for you to say what you think, write it down on a piece of paper. If the person can’t understand what you mean right away, try to say it in a different way or give an example.

Some kids may feel shy about sharing their feelings. But it is important to share their feelings when they need help.

1.Is it good for people to keep feelings in the heart?

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2.What can you do when you feel sad or worried?

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3.What should a kid do if he or she doesn’t want to talk with his or her Dad or Mom?

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4.How do some kids feel when they share their feelings?

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1.No, it isn’t. 2.Talk with someone. 3.Find another trusty adult. 4.They feel shy. 【解析】本文讲述的是如何消除悲伤或焦虑的情绪。一个人如果长期悲伤焦虑,最终将会生病。如果把自己的悲伤告诉关心自己的人,会感觉好些。可以告诉父母、老师。如果说不方便,可以写下来。分享自己的感受对一个人的健康成长很...
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考点1:日常生活类

日常生活类阅读理解:

    阅读能力是中学生学习英语应具备的一种基本能力。学习英语的一个重要目的在于获取信息。通过阅读这一重要手段,我们可以大量地获取知识,拓展知识面,还可以增强语感,培养敏捷的思维能力。

阅读理解也是各地中考试题的必考题型之一,在中考试题中占有较大比例,主要考查学生通过文字获取信息的能力。在中考中,阅读的篇数一般是三到四篇,选材范围越来越广,除故事、幽默、人物轶事外,科普性文章也多了起来。体裁也趋于多样化,有记叙文、说明文、应用文等。还要求学生能理解及解释图表多提供的简单信息等。三四篇短文中有的难度跨度较大,以便拉开档次,体现选拔功能。并且扩大了选材范围,主要考查考生阅读所给材料,理解其中词语、句子或片段含义的能力。有时涉及对全文意思和篇章结构的理解,对一些问题作出推理和判断。阅读理解的考核中包括了对词汇、语法等语言知识的考查,要求学生具备一定的背景知识、各种常识、科普知识和一定的分析及逻辑推理能力;要求学生具有归纳段落大意、中心思想的能力。测试的方向由时间、地点、身份、人物等一些细节问题,改为测试对全文整体意义的理解程度;由考查短文的表层现象改为考对文章深层含义的理解和逻辑推断能力。另外,任务型阅读形式灵活多样,内容丰富多彩,联系实际,易考查学生的灵活运用能力和对语言的综合运用能力。在中考中占30-40分。

  
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I am walking through the winter park where the trees stand cold and bare (光秃秃的). The yellow leaves have fallen to the ground. Now, a group of women gather at the sides of a path. In the cold winter, they’re moving their arms and legs to a rhythm (节奏). They are, of course, the dancing aunties.

It seems that if you go to any public space around China, you’re likely to see these dancing aunties. When I first came to China, it was one of the first things that annoyed me. That’s because in Britain dancing in public is not a cultural habit. You won’t see any age group swinging their arms and tapping their feet in a park. Usually, they just take a walk for exercise.

Now and again the dancing aunties have hit the headlines (头条新闻). Some people find them annoying. But others respect their right to dance in public. Most of them are middle-aged. They finally have some free time to do whatever they like. There is no more work, and their kids have left.

All in all, I like seeing these women enjoying themselves. They remind us of the importance of exercise as we get older. Besides, most of them have raised the whole families. Now it is their time to have fun and enjoy some peace.

The Dancing Aunties in the Cold Winter

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The 1.are bare and the2. are on the ground.

A group of women gather together

They’re 3.  and legs.

What can you see in any public space in China?

The 4. .

The writer’s opinion about it.

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Having a teenager at home can be a real headache. Many teenagers smoke, drink and even fight. They often do something dangerous.

Earlier studies have shown that teenagers are more likely (可能) to make irrational decisions than people from any other age group, including children and adults. Is it that teenagers are too young to tell right from wrong? Not really. So what’s the reason?

According to Laurence, a teacher from a US university, the reason is that teenagers care a lot about how their peers (同龄人) view them—that is “peer influence”.

As children enter their teenage years, they spend more time with their friends and classmates, and also they care more about what they think of them. This makes teenagers make decisions without thinking about the costs.

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As Laurence sees it, a teenager’s brain is like a car with a good accelerator (油门) but a weak brake (刹车). The “accelerator” is fully developed by teenage years while the “brake” is still not fully developed. When teenagers are watched by their peers, they usually push hard on the accelerator. With their weak brake, it is likely that they are going to end up in an accident.

But the good news is that a violent (暴力的)teenager doesn’t necessarily become a violent adult. About two-thirds to three-quarters of violent youth grow out of it. “They get more self-controlled.”

1.What does the underlined word “irrational” in the 2nd paragraph mean?

A. Quick.    B. Crazy.    C. Careful.

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A. They like difficult tasks.

B. They don’t care about costs.

C. They care a lot about what their peers think of them.

3.How does Laurence explain the influence of peer pressure on teens’ behavior?

A. By comparing it with how a car works.

B. By comparing it with an accident.

C. By showing research findings.

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C. Most of the teenagers become less violent when they grow up.

 

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