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The little child was very angry because her mother______________________(说话不算数).

The little child was very angry because her mother______________________(说话不算数).

答案

had eaten her words /// had gone back on her word

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第1题

The author believes that ______.A.peers have little impact on children's developmentB.Ms H

The author believes that ______.

A.peers have little impact on children's development

B.Ms Harris's work strengthens the developmentalists' views

C.evidence should be provided to prove peer influence on child development

D.Ms Harris's work had little effect on the developmentalists' "nurture" argument

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第2题

听力原文:M: I don't think it is a good idea to spend more time chatting online. 1 mean it
is really a waste of time.

W: Well, but I think sometimes chatting online can help you to reduce your stress and make you feel a little bit relaxed.

Q: What does the woman say about chatting online?

(14)

A.It's a way to make friends.

B.It makes her restless.

C.It's a waste of time.

D.It helps relieve stress.

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第3题

Mary: Our son has()some bad habits. Tom: Although Tony is a young child, he has the ab
ility to()Mary: Sometimes he even asked me to do some()things. Tom: Tom suggests that they treat Tony with patience,()and respect. Mary: Punishment doesn.t always work, and instead he picks up another()Tom: You’d better not always punish him for little things like(),etc.

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第4题

听力原文:M: Hi, Ms. Rowling. How old were you when you started to write, and what was your
first book?

W: I wrote my first finished story when I was about 6. It was about a small animal, a rabbit I mean, and I've been writing ever since (22) .

M: Why did you choose to ha an author?

W: If someone asked me how to achieve happiness, step one would be finding out what you love doing most and step two would be finding someone to pay you to do it. 1 consider myself very lucky indeed to be able to support myself by writing (23) .

M: Do you have any plans to write books for adults?

W: My first two novels were for adults. I suppose I might write another one, but I never really imagine a target audience when I'm writing. The ideas come first, so it really depends on the idea that grabs me next (24) !

M: Where did the ideas for the Harry Potter books come from?

W: I've no idea where the ideas came from (25) and I hope I never find out, it would spoil my excitement if I turned out I just have a funny little wrinkle on the surface of my brain which makes me think about invisible train platforms.

M: How do you come up with the names of your characters?

W: I invented some of them, but I also collect strange names. I've gotten them from ancient saints, maps, dictionaries, plants, war memorials, and people I've met!

M: Oh, you are really resourceful.

(26)

A.It was about a little animal

B.It took her six years to write.

C.It was adapted from a fairy tale

D.It was about a little girl and her pet.

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第5题

听力原文:W: What did you think of the movie? Did you like it?M: Net molly, it was a little

听力原文:W: What did you think of the movie? Did you like it?

M: Net molly, it was a little too artsy for me. It seemed like the director was trying so hard to impress us with strange close-ups and avant-garde dialogues that he forgot to include a story. I thought it was really boring.

W: I thought the movie was really thought-provoking, I love it when a movie makes you think. It's a nice change from the superficial dialogue and two-dimensional characters you usually see in films these days.

M: I don't really care for alternative films. They are so dark and depressing. The characters are always so intense. Why does a movie have to be sad to be deep?

W: Yeah, I know what you mean, but mainstream cinema is nothing but gun fights and exploding cars. I get so sick of movies like that. I prefer movies with substance.

M: But sometimes you don't want to think; sometimes you just want a light movie. Like that comedy movie with Billy Crystal—that was so hilarious. I laughed so hard that I cried.

W: Movies have to be more than entertaining to me.

M: Did you see that new mystery movie that came out last month? That was so suspenseful. 1 was on the edge of my seat the whole time.

W: I loved that movie. The plot was great, and the acting was incredible. I wouldn't be surprised if it were nominated for an Academy Award.

M: Well. at least we agree on something. I guess we'll have to stick to mysteries in the future.

(23)

A.The close-ups are perfect.

B.The dialogues are easy to understand.

C.It's not boring at all.

D.It doesn't tell any story.

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第6题

听力原文:W: I know why that child grows so tall for his age of four. His mother requires h
im to drink a cup of milk every night before going to bed.

M: That may not be the reason. Have you ever seen his father who is close to 2 meters tall?

Q: What contributes most to the child's height according to the man?

(15)

A.Milk.

B.Sleep.

C.Exercise.

D.Genes.

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第7题

Some theorists view children as passive receivers of experience; others consider them【C1】_
_____ .in organizing, structuring, and in some 【C2】______ , creating their worlds. A scientist who considers children to be passive does not think they are unresponsive, just that they enter the world ready to absorb 【C3】______ knowledge is provided by the environment. According to this view, children are 【C4】______ by stimuli in the external environment and driven by 【C5】______ needs over which they have little control. Theorists and educators who view the child as 【C6】______ passive often 【C7】______ direct and carefully structured teaching methods. For example, some methods for teaching children to play the piano contain a 【C8】______ of specific steps, chords, and tunes to be learned in a 【C9】______ order. The child must master each step 【C10】______ proceeding to the next one.

【C11】______ , an educator who believes that children are active assumes that they learn best when they 【C12】______ and select their own learning materials and tasks. When teaching a child to play the piano, such an instructor might 【C13】______ the child to make up tunes or to select among different exercises. Human beings are 【C14】______ to have an inborn tendency to be curious, to explore their environment, and to organize the 【C15】______ experience in their own mental frameworks. Efforts to program learning too【C16】______ are likely to fail because they may not 【C17】______ to the child' s interest. Instead, a relatively 【C18】______ situation that offers opportunities for varied stimulation and exploration is optimal. What the child does and learns, then, 【C19】______ mainly on interest that comes from【C20】______ and on his or her level of understanding.

【C1】

A.passive

B.active

C.communicative

D.helpful

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第8题

Not long after the telephone was invented, I assume, a call was placed. The caller was a p
arent saying, "Your child is bullying my child, and I want it stopped!" The bully's parent replied. "You must have the wrong number. My child is a little angel." A trillion phone calls later. The conversation is the same. When children are teased or tyrannized, the parental impulse is to grab the phone and rant. But these days, as studies in the US show bullying on the rise and parental supervision on the decline, researchers who study bullying say that calling moms and dads is more futile than ever. Such calls often lead to playground recriminations(指责) and don't really teach our kids any lessons about how to navigate the world and resolve conflicts.

"When you call parents, you want them to 'extract the cruelty' from their bullying children, "says Laura Kavesh, a child psychologist in Evanston, Illinois. "But many parents are blown away by the idea of their child being cruel. They won't believe it." In a recent police-department survey in Oak Harbor,Washington, 89 percent of local high school students said they had engaged in bullying behavior. Yet only 18 percent of parents thought their children would act as bullies.

In a new US PTA survey, 5 percent of parents support contacting other parents to deal with bullying. But many educators warn that those conversations can be misinterpreted(误解), causing tempers to flare. Instead, they say, parents should get objective outsiders, like principals, to mediate.

Meanwhile, if you get a call from a parent who is angry about your child's bullying, listen without getting defensive. That's what Laura McHugh of Castro Valley, California, did when a caller told her that her then 13-year-old son had spit in another boy's food. Her son had confessed, but the victim's mom "wanted to make sure my son hadn't given her son a nasty disease," says McHugh, who apologized and promised to get her son tested for AIDS and other diseases. She knew the chance of contracting any disease this way was remote, but her promise calmed the mother and showed McHugh's son that his bad behavior. was being taken seriously. McHugh, founder of Parents Coach Kids, a group that teaches parenting skills, sent the mom the test results. All were negative.

Remember: once you make a call, you might not like what you hear. If you have an itchy dialing finger, resist temptation. Put it m your pocket.

The word "bullying" (Line 2, Para. 1) probably means ______.

A.frightening and hurting

B.teasing

C.behaving like a tyrant

D.laughing at

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第9题

A father’s relationship to his child’s current and future academic success and the level o
f his or her development in academic potential and scholastic achievement are both factors with some rather interesting implications that educators are beginning to study and appraise. As a matter of fact, “life with father” has been discovered to be a very important factor in determining a child’s progress or lack of progress in school.

A recent survey of over 16,000 children made by the National Child Development Study in London revealed that children whose fathers came to school conferences and accompanied their children on outing did measurably better in school than those children whose fathers were not involved in those activities. The study, which monitored children born during a week in March, 1992, from the time of their birth through the years of their early schooling, further revealed that the children of actively involved fathers scored much higher in reading and math than those children whose only involved parent was the mother. The purpose of the study was to evaluate the role played by fathers in the raising of a child. It indicated a much higher level of parental involvement by the father than had been anticipated. Over 66% of the fathers were said to have played a major role in parental responsibility.

The study also suggested that the greatest level of paternal parenting took place in the families of only child. As the number of children and financial obligations increased, the father’s apparent intere4st and involvement with the children decreased. However, no matter what the size or financial condition of the family is, a father’s active participation in the child’s development made a definite difference in the child’s progress.

The study further revealed that while the frequency of overnight absences reflected a corresponding deficiency of the child’s level in math and reading, a father’s employment on night shifts appeared to have little effect on the child’s academic progress. The data from the study were obtained primarily through interviews from parents, teachers and physicians. The information evaluating the level of the father’s parenting performance was elicited primarily form. the admittedly subjective observations of the tier wives.

1. What is the main discovery made in the study?

A. A father’s influence played a significance role in the level of the child’s academic progress.

B. A much higher level of parental involvement of the father.

C. A father’s employment on night shifts appeared to have little effect on the child’s academic progress.

D. The greatest level of paternal parenting took place in the families of only child.

2. Which of the following statements is TRUE according to the passage?

A. Children whose fathers did not come to school conferences or accompany them on outing did better than those whose fathers were involved in those activities.

B. The more children a family has, the more interest and involvement the father has.

C. Children who have actively involved fathers did much better academically than those whose only involved parent was the mother.

D. The more overnight absences the father has, the worse the child’s level in math and chemistry is.

3. What’s the aim of the study?

A. To evaluate fathers’ abilities in involving in children’s activities.

B. To reveal fathers’ role in bringing up a child.

C. To compare children from large families with children from small ones.

D. To explain the differences between mothers’ and fathers’ role in raising a child.

4. Evidence indicated that fathers who were involved in the parenting process amounted to ().

A. more than three-quarters of all the fathers

B. slightly less than half of the fathers studied

C. a little less than one hundred percent of all fathers

D. about two-thirds of the fathers involved in the study

5. The data accumulated were obtained through ().

A. interviews, school records and physicians’ reports

B. conversations with mothers of the children

C. observations by social psychologists

D. observations of fathers with their children

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第10题

听力原文:M: What was the weather like during your vacation?W: Not bad, but it would have b

听力原文:M: What was the weather like during your vacation?

W: Not bad, but it would have been better if it had been a little bit cooler.

Q: What was the weather like during the woman's vacation?

(18)

A.The weather was a little bit cold.

B.The weather was a little bit warm.

C.The weather was favorable.

D.The weather was disappointing.

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第11题

W: Aren’t you disappointed that you didn’t get the promotion? M: Maybe a little

W: Aren’t you disappointed that you didn’t get the promotion?

M: Maybe a little, but I know I need more experience before I’m ready for that kind of responsibility.

Q: What do we learn about the man from this conversation?

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