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2009高考英语复习课堂限时强化训练——阅读理解(二十八)(附详解).doc.doc

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2009高考英语复习课堂限时强化训练——阅读理解(二十八)(附详解).doc.doc

www.10gk.cn十年高考网十年高考试题、高考模拟试题、教学资源下载2009高考英语复习课堂限时强化训练阅读理解(二十八)(1)Despitebankruptcies,layoffandtightercomsumersspending,afewfemaleledbusinessesinJapanaredevelopingwell.ShizueHamada,52,setupabusinessin1991witheightotherhousewivestocarefortheelderlyandthephysicallydisabled.w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.mItwasntlongbeforetheTasukeaiYuimutualaidgroupearnedareputationforitsexcellentservice.Itnowemploys200staffandhas300millionyuanUS2.4millioninannualsales.Thewomansaidtheirbusinesshasbeensuccessfulbecausetheyprovidewhatcustomrsreallywant.Theseentrepreneursaremakinguseofarevalizedandhealthydemandforeverydaybasicitems.Bread,forinstance,isinhighdemand.BusinesswomanMeikoTanaka,26,startedsellinghighqualitybreadovertheInternetin2000.Breadischeap,shesaid.Wemighaswelleatthebreadbakedusingthethehighestqualityingredients.Fivewomenformerofficeworkersintheirlate20shavestartedtheOLFoodBureauofInvestigationtoreviewrestaurantsontheInternet.OLmeansyoungofficelady.ItsacommonnicknameinJapan.Businessisincreasingrapidly.Membershipfortheironlinemagazinehasreached26,000.Theirnonprofessionalcommentsseemtocarryalotofweightwithconsumers.ThismonththefivewomenwillbeappearingonJapaneseTV.Whatallthesefemaleentrepreneurshaveincommonisastrongbeliefintheirlikesanddislikes,andconfidenceistheirownsensibilities.Theyfindgapsinthemarketandfillthemwithproductsandservicesthattheylikeorwant.Japanesewomenheadednearly6percentofallbusinessesinJapanattheendofJuneupfrom4.5percentin1999.Thesefemaleledmicrobusinessesareplayinganincreasinglylargeroleintheeconomybypluggingthegapbetweensupplyanddemand.w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m1.WhentalkingaboutthebusinesswomeninJapan,thewriterA.thinkslittleofthemB.thinksthattheywilltaketheplaceofmeninfutureC.singsthepraisesoftheirabilitieswww.10gk.cn十年高考网十年高考试题、高考模拟试题、教学资源下载D.isnotsureoftheirfuturedevelopment2.Thepassagemainlydiscusses.A.JapanesewomenB.femaleledbusinessesinJapanC.howtoearnareputationD.Japaneseeconomicdevelopment3.ThefivewomenwillbeappearingonJapaneseTVbecause.A.thiercommentshavegreatinfluencesonconsumersB.theyhavesetupthefirstonlinemagazineC.theyhavearrangedhandredsofjobsforlaidoffworkersD.theyusedtoworkinofficesandarefairlybeautiful4.IfanoldmaninJapancantlivebyhimsilf,heshouldturntoforhehp.A.TasukeaiYuiB.MeikoTanakaC.OLFoodBureauoflnvestigationD.entrepreneurs(2)NetLibrayisalibrarythatlendsoutdigitalbooks.Ittreatsadigitallikeapaperbackcopy.Itchargeslibrariesperbookpercopyandgivespublishersacutofthetotalincome.Fromtheconsumerspointofview,thismeansthatifmorethan,Say,fivepeoplewantthelatestDanielleSteelromancenovel,otherpeoplewhorequestthatbookwillgetamessagesayingthetitlecantbefound.Itsamodelmanypublishersseemtohaveembraced.Morethan350gavethecompanyrightstohandouttheirdigitalworks,andMcGrawHillCorporationandHoughtonMifflinCorporationhaveputmoneyinthecompany.TheCaliforniapubliclibrariesandabout1,800othersacrosstheUSaretryingouttheNetLibraryservice.SomelibrarianscriticizetheNewLibrarymodel.StanfordUniversitylibrarianMichaelKellerarguesthatthecompanyiscreatinganunnaturalfearofdigitalwoks,whichiscontrarytotheideasoftheInternet.KelleandsomeotherlibrariansarguefortheebookvisionsetforthbyEBrary.EBraryisstartingaservicethatletsususersreadbooksforfree.w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.mButitwillchargeabout25centsapagewhenapersontriestoprintoutmaterialorcopyandpasteitintoadifferentfileortriestodownloadcopyontoacomputer.ChristopherWarnock,chiefexecutiveofEBrarw,believesmostconsumerswontwanttobuyentirebooks,onlythepartsthatinterestthem.Theresnotreallyalotofgoodinowninganelectronicfileandhavingtostoreitandmanageit.Itdoesntmakesense.hesaid.www.10gk.cn十年高考网十年高考试题、高考模拟试题、教学资源下载5.HowdopublishersgetmoneyfromtheNetLibraryA.TheygetmoneyfromsellingtheirbookstotheNetLibary.B.TheysharethemoneywiththeNetLibrary.C.Theygetmoneybycuttingthecostofthebooks.D.Theygetthemoneyfromthereaders.6.Theunderlinedwordembracedinthe3rdparagraphmeans.A.takensomethingwillinglyB.heldsomethingtightlyC.dislikedsomethingbadlyD.triedoutsomethinghard7.Fromthe2ndparagraphwecanseeconsumers.A.dontcareiftheyarechargedmoneyB.enjoytheserviceoftheNetLibraryC.dontlikeotherpeopleborrowingbooksD.complainaboutthelimitednumberofthenewbooks8.WhatdoesthelastparagraphmeanA.NetLibraryisnotagoodwayfortheconsumers.B.Thereisnoneedforconsumerstohaveawholebook.C.EBraryisnotagoodlibraryfortheconsumers.D.Itsreasonabletochargetheconsumersmoneyforcopyingsomepages.(3)Thousandsofyearsagopeopleguessedthetimeofdaybywatchingthesun.w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.mLater,theyfounditwaseasiertotelltheexacttimebylookingattheshadows.Thus,thesundial日晷wasinvented.Thesundialprovedausefultimepieceinsunnyweather.However,anothertypcoftimepiecewasnecessaryforcloudyweatherandnightime.Asandglasswasanothercommonmeasureroftime.Twoglassbottleswereconnectedbyaverysmallopening.Thetopbottlewasfilledwithsand,whichdroppedslowlyintothebottononeinacertainperiodoftime.Hourglasseswerewidelyusedthen.Threeminutesandglassesarestillusedinmanyhomestotimetheboilingofeggs.Therealancestorofmodernclockswasthewaterclock.InChina,anearlywaterclockwasmadeupofseveralbowls.Watertrickled滴fromonebowltoanothertokeeptheclockgoing.VisitorstotheBeijingPalaceMuseumcanstillseetheoldwaterclocksshowingthetimethere.www.10gk.cn十年高考网十年高考试题、高考模拟试题、教学资源下载IntheMiddleAgesawatelessclockwasinventedwhichworkedbymeansofweights.Tokeeptheweightfallingatthesamespeed,asystemofwheelswasinvented.Thependulum钟摆wassoondevelopedtocontrolthespeedofthewheels.Thusthemodernformofclockcameintobeing.9.WhichofthefollowingisthecorrectpicturrofasandglassA.B.C.D.10.Threeminutesandglassesarestillusedinmanyhomes.A.toboileggsB.tomeasurethetimeofboilingeggsC.toholdtheboiledeggsD.tohaveeggsboiled11.IfyouvisitBeijingPalaceMuseum,you.A.willseetheoldwaterclocksbrokenw.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.mB.willfindthetimeshownbytheoldwaterclocksiswrongC.canfindtheoldwaterclocksstilltellingthetimethereD.willfindtheoldwaterclockshavegone12.IntheMiddleAgestheweightfallingspeedofaclockwaskeptby.A.severalbowlsB.asystemofwheelsC.asystemofpendulumD.severalsprings答案与解析1.C由文章最后一句Thefemaleledmicrobusinessesareplayinganincreasinglylargerole...可知。2.B全文讲的是日本妇女成功地经商的事。3.A由上文可知,她们在英特网上开办的OLFoodBureauofInvestigation吸引了很多人,因为她们的评论的影响力,所以上电视。由第8段可知。4.A由文章的第2、3二段可知。5.B由第一段Itchargeslibrariesperbookpercopyandgivespublishersacutofthetotalincome可知。6.A由后句Morethan350gavethecompanyrightsto...可知。7.D由Morethanfivepeople...otherpeoplewillget...cantbefound可知。www.10gk.cn十年高考网十年高考试题、高考模拟试题、教学资源下载8.B由前面的一段中mostconsumerswontwanttobuyentirebooks,onlythepartsthatinterestthem可知最后一段的意义。9.B由第二段Twoglassbottleswereconnectedbyasmallopening可知。10.B由第二段最后一句可知。w.w.w.k.s.5.u.c.o.m11.C由第三段最后一句可知。12.B由最后一段第二句可知13.D见第3段的第3句。

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