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2012年12月网考大学英语B阅读理解必考题.doc.doc

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2012年12月网考大学英语B阅读理解必考题.doc.doc

第二部分阅读理解1阅读的第一题2011年改为5个正误判断题,相对来说难度降低,投机几率提高,考前一天会在更新群内确定本部分范围,一般在20篇左右,建议强记,确保阅读的30分不丢。解题思路正误判断题主要考查学生对文章的具体事实、信息的理解能力。一般是根据文章的事实或细节,给出一个句子,判断其正误。比较直接,难度相对较小。做此类题时,应先看题,后带着问题快速阅读短文,寻找所需要的信息。资料说明此资料为旧版资料最新大学英语B计算机统考网考包过资料联系QQ1479940435索取快速包过大学英语B网考英语B统考英语B电大英语B计算机应用基础(2011年9月)适用范围为各电视大学,远程教育学院,各种网络教育学院的专升本考试,统一组织的上机考试,题目随机从题库抽选,每年3次,4月,9月,12月Passage1Long,longagotherewasaveryfoolishthief.DoyouknowwhathedidonedayWhenhewantedtostealthebellonhisneighboursdoor,hewalkeduptothedoor,tookholdofthebellandpulledhard.Thebellmadeaveryloudnoise.Thethiefwasafraidandwenthome.Thenhesatdowntothink,Imustdosomethingaboutthenoise,hesaid.Hethoughtandthought.Atlasthehadanidea.Ah,Illputsomecottoninmyears.ThenIwontbeabletohearthenoise.Thenextdayhewenttothedoorofhisneighbour,andtookholdofthebell.Thistimehepulledevenharder.Thebellrangloudly,butthethiefdidnothearanything.Withanotherhardpullhegotthebellout.Justthentheneighbourcamerunningout.StealmybellIllteachyoualesson,theangrymanshouted.Andhehitthethiefonthenose.Thefoolishthiefdidnotknowhowtheneighbourfoundouthewasstealingthebell.Whydidhecomeoutjustthenhewondered.1Thethiefwastryingtogethisneighboursdoorbell.A.TB.F2.Thethiefputsomecottoninhisearssoasnottohearanything.A.TB.F3.Theneighbourranoutprobablybecauseheknewhisdoorbellwasbeingstolen.A.TB.F4.Theneighbourhitthethieftopunishhimforstealing.A.TB.F5.Thethiefthoughttheneighbourcouldnthearthenoiseofthebell.A.TB.FKEYAAAAAPassage2MissGreylivedinasmallhouse.Shewasoldanddidnotlikenoiseatall,soshewasverypleasedwhenhernoisyneighbormovedout.AyoungmanmovedinandMissGreythoughtthemanseemedtobequiet.Butatthreeoclockthenextmorning,thenoiseofadogwokeherup.Shethoughtshehadneverheardadogtherebefore.Itmustbetheyoungmansdog.Soshetelephonedtheyoungman,saidsomethingbadaboutthedogandthenhungupthetelephonebeforehecouldanswer.Nothingmorehappeneduntilthreeoclockthenextmorning.ThenMissGreystelephonerang,andwhensheanswered,avoicesaid,Youtelephonedmetwentyfourhoursago.NowIverungyouuptosaythatIhaventadog.1.MissGreyfeltsorrywhenhernoisyneighbourmovedout.A.TB.F2.MissGreysnewneighbourwasasnoisyastheoldone.A.TB.F3.Somenoisewokeherupintheearlymorning.A.TB.F4.Shethoughtthenewneighbourhadbroughtadogwithhim.A.TB.F5.TheyoungmanrangupMissGreyintheearlymorning,becausehewantedtopunishher.A.TB.FKEYBBAAAPassage3Yesterdayevening,whenIwenttotownwithmymother,wemetastrangeoldman.Itwasraininghardandwehadnoumbrella.Weweretryingtogetintoataxiwhenhecameuptous.Hewascarryinganiceumbrellaandhesaidthathewouldgiveittousforonlyapound.Hehadforgottenhiswallet,hesaid,neededtaxifaretogobackhome.Mymotherdidntbelievewhathehadsaidatfirst,andaskedhimalotofquestions.Buttheoldmandidntgetintoataxi.Wefollowedhimandfoundhewentintoapubandboughthimselfaglassofwhiskeywiththepound.Afterhedrankit,heputonhishatandtookuponeofthemanywetumbrellasthereandwentoffwiththenewone.Soonafterthat,hesolditagain.1.Theoldmansoldanumbrellatothewriterandhermother.A.TB.F2.Hegaveittothemforonlyapoundbecausehehadforgottenhiswalletandneededtaxifaretogobackhome.A.TB.F3.Theumbrellawasworthmorethanonepound.A.TB.F4.Theoldmansoldhisownumbrella.A.TB.F5.Hewasanhonestman.A.TB.FKEYABABBPassage4December25thisChristmasDay.Inmostcountriesitisthemostimportantdayintheyear.Allthepeoplecomebacktotheirhomestohavethedaywiththeirparentsortheirchildren.OnChristmasDaybellsringeverywhere.TheringingbellstellpeopleChristmasiscoming.Peoplesinganddancedayandnight.Theyhaveagoodtime.MostfamiliesbuyaChristmastreefortheirchildren.Andtherearesomepresentshangingfromthetreehereandthere.Peoplealsoputpresentsinchildrensstockings.Inmanyplaces,FatherChristmashimselfbringspresentstothem.Heisakindmanandinredclothes.Thereisabigbagonhisback.Inittherearealotofpresents.Christmasisalsoadaywhenpeopleenjoyallkindsoffood.Butsomepoorpeoplehavenohomesandhaveonfoodtoeat.Theydieofcoldandhunger饥饿onChristmasDay.1.Christmasisaveryimportantdayinsomecountriesinayear.A.TB.F2.ManypeoplehaveagoodtimeonChristmasDay.A.TB.F3.FatherChristmaswearsredclothes.A.TB.F4.TherearealotofChristmastreesinFatherChristmasbag.A.TB.F5.SomepoorpeopledieonChristmasDaybecausetheyhavenohomesandnoA.TB.FKEYBAABAPassage5OnceuponatimetherewasagreatGreekhero,Hercules.Hewastallerandstrongerthananyoneyouhaveeverseen.Onhisshoulderhecarriedaclubandinhishandheheldabow弓.Hewasknownastheheroofahundredadventures.Herculesservedaking.Thekingwasafraidofhim.Soagainandagainhesenthimondifficulttasks.OnemorningthekingsentforhimandtoldhimtofetchthreegoldenapplesforhimfromthegardenoftheSingingMaidens歌女.Butnooneknewwherethegardenwas.SoHerculeswentaway.Hewalkedthewholedayandthenextdayandthenext.Hewalkedformonthsbeforehesawmountainsfarinthedistanceonefinemorning.Oneofthemountainswasintheshapeofaman,withlong,longlegsandarmsandhugeshouldersandahugehead.Hewasholdingupthesky.HerculesknewitwasAtlas,theMountainGod.Soheaskedhimforhelp.Atlasanswered,Myheadandarmsandshouldersallache.CouldyouholduptheskywhileIfetchthegoldenapplesforyouHerculesclimbedthemountainandshoulderedthesky.Soontheskygrewveryheavy.WhenfinallyAtlascamebackwiththreegoldenapples,hesaid,Well,youaregoingtocarrythemountainforever.Imgoingtoseethekingwiththeapples.Herculesknewthathecouldntfighthimbecauseoftheskyonhisback,SoheshoutedJustoneminuteshelp.Myshouldersarehurting,HoldtheskyforaminutewhileImakeacushion垫子formyshoulders.Atlasbelievedhim.Hethrewdowntheapplesandheldupthesky.Herculespickeduptheapplesandranbacktoseetheking.1.Herculeswasthetallestmanintheworld.A.TB.F2.Herculeswasgivenmanydifficulttasksbecausethekingwantedtogetridofhim.A.TB.F3.Atlaswasthegiantwhoheldupthesky.A.TB.F4.AtlasgotthegoldenapplesforHerculesbecausehewantedtobethekinghimself.A.TB.F5.HerculesfinallymanagedtogettheapplesbydefeatingAtlas.A.TB.FKEYAAABB网考统考大学英语B、计算机包过速成、电大奥鹏包过速成、联系QQ1138515049Passage6Getup,thewateriscoming.YanXinzhi,directoroftheneighborhoodcommitteeofChaoyangStreet,Taiyuan,capitalofShanxiProvince,wouldknockatthedoorofeveryhouseholdatmidnighttohavepeoplecollectwaterotherwise,thetapwaterwouldsoonrundrywheneveryoneinthecitygotupandjoinedthewaterrushinthemorning.Yan,anelderlyladyabout60,hadservedascommitteedirectorformorethan20yearshermajorworkwastorouseherneighborsfromtheirsleeptogetwater.Astimewentby,residentscouldnotgotosleepbeforeoneoclockinthemorning.ChaoyangStreetwasnottheonlystreetinTaiyuanthatlackedwater,andTaiyuanwasnottheonlycityinChinawithwaterinshortsupply.NiuMaosheng,MinisterofWaterResources,toldChinaTodaythatmorethan300citiesnationwidelackwaterin108citiesthesituationhasbecomecritical.Theannualdeficitofwaterhasreached6billioncubicmeters,leadingtoalossofRMB200billionapproximatelyUS24billioninindustrialoutput.1.Asneighborhoodcommitteedirector,themajorpartofYanXinzhisjobwastowakeupherneighborsatmidnighttogetwater.A.TB.F2.ThepassagerevealsthatallthecitiesinChinasufferfromwatershortage.A.TB.F3.Thepassageiswrittenbyawaterexpert.A.TB.F4.ThelackofwaterhasleadtoalossofUS24billioninindustrialoutput.A.TB.F5.Xianisanothercitywithwaterinshortsupply.A.TB.FKEYABBABPassage7Peoplewhocannottellallcolorsapartaresaidtobecolorblind.Mostcolorblindpeoplecanseeyellowandblues,butconfuseredswithgreens.Itisveryrareforapersontobeblindtoallcolors,buttheymayseeeverythinginshadesofblack,white,andgray.Itisinterestingtonotethatmanycolorblindpeopledontevenrealizethattheyarecolorblind.Theydontknowthatthecolorstheyareseeingandnamingarenottheactualcolorsthatpeoplewithnormalvisioncansee.Thiscanbeparticularlydangerouswhenacolorblindpersonconfusestheredandgreenofatrafficlight.Colorblindnessisthoughttobeinherited遗传.Andalthoughdoctorshavethoughtupteststodetermine(测定)colorblindness,thereisnocuretotreatmentforit.1.Acolorblindpersoncantellcorrectlyredandgreen.A.TB.F2.Manycolorblindpeopleareunaware没意识到thattheyarecolorblind.A.TB.F3.Itsespeciallydangerousforacolorblindpersontocrossastreetwhentherearenotrafficlightsatthecrossofthestreets.A.TB.F4.Apersonwhoiscolorblindisnotallowedtodrive.A.TB.F5.Uptonow,doctorshavefoundawaytofreeapersonfromhiscolorblindness.A.TB.FKEYBABBBPassage8Lilyis70yearsoldandshetakescareofher91yearoldmother.Shetoldusaboutcaringforhermother.Iwakeupearlyeveryday,itsusuallyabout6.30am,andwaituntilIhearTilly,mymum,movingabout.ThenImakeheracupoftea.Atabouthalfpastsevenshegetsupandwehavebreakfasttogether.Wenormallyjusthavetoast,butonSundayswealwayshavebaconandeggs.Afterbreakfastshereadsthenewspaper,thenshesitsbythewindowandwavestotheneighboursastheywalkby.Shehardlyevergoesoutbutsheisveryproudofherpersonalappearance,soshegoestothehairdresseronceamonth.Shedoesntlikebeingleftonherownforverylong,soIalwaysarrangeforaneighbourtocomeandsitwithherwhenIgoout.Nowandagain,myfriendandneighbour,Joan,comestospendthedaywithher,andIcangoandhavelunchwithanotherfriend,May,wholivesintown.Ihaveabrother,Syd.Hecomestostaytwoorthreetimesayear.Heisverygoodandkeepsintouch,buthelives300milesaway.Onceayear,hecollectsmumandtakeshertostaywithhiminLondonforaweek.Shedoesntreallylikegoingbecauseitsalongjourney,butIneedtherest.Sally,thenurse,comestoseemumregularly.Mynextdoorneighbour,Jack,oftencallsin.IntheeveningweusuallywatchTVandwesometimesplaycards.Mumisfantasticforherage.ButIcanneverdecidetogoanywherespontaneously.Ialwayshavetoplanit,soIfeelabittrapped.ButwhatisthealternativeAnoldpeopleshomeIcouldntdothattomymother.1.Lilywakesbeforehermother.A.TB.F2.Tillyissatisfiedwithherhairdresser.A.TB.F3.JoansometimesspendsthedaywithLilysmother.A.TB.F4.Lilysbrothercomestovisiteverythreeweeks.A.TB.F5.LilyandhermotherplaycardsmorethantheywatchTV.A.TB.FKEYABABBPassage9BenjaminDisraeli,thefamousnineteenthcenturyprimeminister,said,Londonisnotacity,itisanation.TodaythisisanunderstatementLondon,withitsvastrangeofdifferentethnicgroups,isaworld.Certainly,Londonisthemostculturallydiversecityintheworld.ThecitywasfoundedbytheRomansandsincethennewarrivalshaveconstantlyaddedtoitscharacterandprosperity.Within10years40ofLondonerswillbefromethnicminoritygroups,includingthegrowingnumberofLondonersofmixedethnicorigin,butmostofthemwillhavebeenborninBritain.ChildrenofCaribbeanChinesemarriageswillgotoschoolwithchildrenofRussianIrishcouples.NoneofthemwillbeEnglish,butallofthemwillbeLondoners.MostofBritainsethnicminorityresidentsliveinthecapital,speakingover300languages.NearlyalloftheAfricanpopulationandmanyoftheCaribbeanpopulationofBritainliveinLondon83and58respectively39oftheChinesepopulationofBritainand36oftheAsianpopulationofBritainliveinLondon.ThelargestmigrantcommunityisfromtheIrishRepublicwith256,000people,3.8ofthetotalpopulationofLondon.Thereareanestimated330,000refugeesandasylumseekerslivinginLondon,withmostrecentarrivalscomingfromEasternEurope,NorthAfricaandKurdistan.Youngpeople,inparticular,areskilledatdealingwithalargenumberofdifferentandhybridcultures.Theythemselvesoftenhaveseveraldifferentethnicidentitiessincetheirparentsandgrandparentsmaycomefromseveraldifferentbackgrounds,andtheirfriendsandpartnersdoalso.Theyareskilledcrossculturaltravellerswithoutleavingtheirhometown.1.Londonisanation.A.TB.F2.ThecityofLondonwasfoundedbytheRomans.A.TB.F3.AllAfricanpopulationliveinLondon.A.TB.F4.39ofthetotalpopulationofLondonareChinese.A.TB.F5.Oldpeoplearealsoskilledcrossculturaltravelers.A.TB.FKEYBABBB.Passage10ForaWebuser,thehomepageisthefirstWebpagethatisdisplayedafterstartingaWebbrowserlikeNetscapesNavigatororMicrosoftsInternetExplorer.Thebrowserisusuallypreset预置sothatthehomepageisthefirstpageofthebrowsermanufacturer.However,youcansetittoopentoanyWebsite.Forexample,youcanspecify指定thathttp//www.yahoo.comorhttp//www.whatis.combeyourhomepage.YoucanalsospecifythattherebenohomepageablankspacewillbedisplayedinwhichcaseyouchoosethefirstpagefromyourbookmarklistorenteraWebaddress.ForaWebsitedeveloper,ahomepageisthefirstpagepresentedwhenauserselectsasiteontheWorldWideWeb.TheusualaddressforaWebsiteisthehomepageaddress,althoughyoucanentertheaddressUniformResourceLocatorofanypageandhavethatpagesenttoyou..1.HomepagesforaWebuseroraWebsitedeveloperhavethesamemeanings.A.TB.F2.ThehomepagedisplayedonaWebbrowserisusuallypresetbythebrowsermanufacturer.A.TB.F3.ThehomepageforaWebusercanberesettoanyWebsiteyouprefer.A.TB.F4.YouhavetoenterorselectWebaddresseseverytimewithablankspaceonyourWebbrowser.A.TB.F5.Webaddressesusuallyleadtorelativehomepages.A.TB.FKEYBAAAAPassage11WangXiaojunisl2yearsold.HelivesinthecountryinHubeiProvince.Todayishisbirthday.Hisparentsprepareanicedinnerforhim,buttheboysays,Iwonthavethedinnerbecauseafterthedinner,todayisover,andparentsareleavingforShenzhentomorrow.Idontwanttoletthemgo.ItisthefirstbirthdaythatWangXiaojunisspendingwithhisparentsinthreeyears.Inthepastthreeyears.hisparentsstayedinShenzhenandworkedtomakemoney.Theyhaventseentheirsonforthreeyears.TomorrowtheyhavetoleavehometogotoShenzhen.Wangisnottheonlystayathomechild.InthecountryofChina,therearemorethan20millionchildrenstayingathomewithouttheirparents.Stayathomechildrenfacealotofproblems.Manyofthemstaywiththeirgrandparents.Theygetlesscarefromparents.Theyoftenfeellonely.Someofthemdontstudywellbecausetheirparentscanthelpthemwiththeirstudy.TheChinesegovernmentnowcaresaboutthechildrenverymuchandistryingtosolvetheirproblems.1.ItisWangXiaojunsfirstbirthday.A.TB.F2.WangXiaojunwonthavethebirthdaydinnerbecauseheisnothungryatall.A.TB.F3.ThemaremanystayathomechildreninthecountryofChina.A.TB.F4.MaybeXiaojunsparentswilltakehimtoShenzhenatlast.A.TB.F5.TheChinesegovernmentisdoingsomethingtosolvetheproblemsofthestayathomechildren.A.TB.FKEYBBABAPassage12About130yearsago.ThomasEdisonoftheUSinventedthelightbulb.Edisonsbulbhasturnednightintodayeversince.Buttoday,manywanttoturnthelightoff.TheEuropeanUnion欧盟recentlydecidedthatby2009,peopleshouldstopusingtheEdisonstylelightbulb.Instead,theyshouldusecompactfluorescentlampsCFLssaveenergyandlastlonger.Theycansavemoneyinthelongrun,saidaBritishofficial.CFLsuse67percent67lesselectricitythantheolderbulbs.Theylastupto10timeslonger.ScentistssaythatifeveryoneusedCFLs,electricityusewouldbecutby18percent.Therewouldalsobemuchsmalleramountsofgreenhousegasesgivenoff.Butitsdifficulttomakepeoplechangetheirlightinghabits.FirsttheCFLsaremoreexpensive.Theycosteighttimesthepriceoftheolderbulbs.ManypeopledontliketheCFLbulb.Theyfindittoobright.YoucannotchangethelightofaCFL,either.CFLshavebeenaroundforseveralyears.However.theolderlightsstillmakeupabouttwothirdsoftotallightbulbsales.1.ThomasEdisoninventedtheCFLbulb130yearsago.A.TB.F2.CountriesintheEuropeanUnionwillnotuseEdisonstylebulbsby2009.A.TB.F3.UsingCFLshelpsprotectenvironment.A.TB.F4.Ifyougetanolderbulbfor1Euro.theCFLbulbwillcostyou8Euros.A.TB.F5.CFLshavebeenwidelyusedinsteadoftheolderbulbsforseveralyears.A.TB.FKEYBAAABPassage13OnSundayXiaoZoutakesChenHuatothestudycentreandintroduceshimtoProfessorLiang.ShesaysChenHuaisherhusbandsbestfriendsyoungerbrother.HewantstostudyNaturalScience.ToProfessorLiang,ChenHualooksmuchyoungerthanmostTVUstudents,butChenHuaisolderthanhelooks.Hewantstostudyparttimeasheworkstoo.ProfessorLiangunderstandsthatandifChenHuawantstojointheTVU,heisverywelcome.Aslongashetriesashardashecan,ifhestudiesathomebeforeandaftertheTVprogrammesandgoestothestudycentrefortuition,hellbeokay.Thesemestersareabitlongerthanattheconventionaluniversity,buttheworkisnotmoredifficultandtheexamsareasfairasattheconventionaluniversity.So,ifhegoestoalltheclasses,ifhereadsasmuchashecanandifhewatchesalltheTVprogrammes,hemightbethebeststudentintheclass网考统考大学英语B、计算机包过速成、电大奥鹏包过速成、联系QQ11385150491.XiaoZoutakesChenHuatothestudycentreonSaturday.A.TB.F2.ChenHuaisherbestfriendshusbandsbrother.A.TB.F3.XiaoZouwantstostudyNaturalScience.A.TB.F4.Thesemestersareshorterattheconventionaluniversity.A.TB.F5.TheexamsaremoredifficultattheTVU.A.TB.FKEYBBBABPassage14PollrevealsTVnewstoonegativeArecentTime/CNNpollintheUSAhasdiscoveredthat75ofpeopleagreedthatthenewsmediaissensationalist,63foundittoonegativeand73saidtheyarescepticalabouttheaccuracyofthenewstheyarereceiving.LocalnewsprogrammesintheUSAaresodominatedbystoriesofviolenceandcrimethatothertopicslikegovernment,educationandtheenvironmentareleftwithlittleairtime.NetworkbroadcasterJohnWaltersclaimed,Thislackofinformationbasresultedinnegativefeelingstowardsthemedia.Crimereports,whichoftenserveasleadstories,makeupanaverageof30.2ofnewstimeonlocalTVnewsprogrammesintheUSA.MediaresearcherBobSmithreported,53ofcrimereportsareaboutmurder,hutitisoneoftheleastfrequentlycommittedcrimes.Anothermediastudyrevealedthat42ofiiilocalTVnewsbroadcastsarestoriesaboutcrime,disasterandwar.Onepossiblereasonforthisisthatlocaltelevisionnewsisratingsdriven.Somemarketresearchsuggeststhatviewersliketoseestoriesofcrimeandviolence,whichincreasestheratingsofnewscasts.Higherratingsmeanhigheradvertisingrevenues.MikeAdams,atelevisionexecutive,explained,Theincreaseincrimereportsisbecause,onaverage,almosthalfthemoneyalocalstationmakescomesfromnews.Manyexpertsbelieveasteadydietofviolenceorientednewsbroadcastshasseriouseffects.AspokesmanfortheNationalTelevisionViolenceCommitteestated,Therearethreemainrisksassociatedwithviewingmediaviolence.Peoplelearnaggressivebehaviour.Theybecomedesensitisedtorealworldviolence.Theseleadtoanincreasedfearofbeingavictimofviolence,resultinginmistrustofothers.1.Themajorityofpeoplepolledthinkthatthenewsmediaisaccurate.A.TB.F2.Thereisnotenoughtimetotalkaboutawiderrangeofsubjectsonthenews.A.TB.F3.420ofallcrimescommittedaremurders.A.TB.F4.AdvertisingcompaniesinvestinTVprogrammeswithhighratings.A.TB.F5.TVstationsmaketoomuchmoneyfromnews.A.TB.FKEYBABABPassage15Mygrandfatherwasaveryinterestingman.HediedwhenIwas11,butIrememberheusedtotellmestoriesabouthisearlylife.lietoldtheoneabouthowheusedtoracedogs.Theyracedgreyhound,averyfasttypeofdog.Mygrandfatherhadadogthatwasveryfastandusuallywontheraces.Themenusedtobetonthedogsandtrytowinmoney.Onedaybeforearace,afriendofmygrandfatherssuggestedthattheybetonadifferentdogandmakemygrandfathersdoglosetherace.Mygrandfatherhadnojob,sothisseemedaneasywaytomakemoney.Onthedayoftherace,mygrandfatherandhisfriendfedtiledoglotsofcakessoitwouldntwanttorun.Thentheytookitforalongwalksoitwastired.Theybetonanotherdog,hutwhentheracewasrun,mygrandfathersdogwonanyway,sotheylostalltheirmoneyanddidntwinanything1.Theauthorsgrandfatherdoesnttellstoriesnow.A.TB.F2.Hisdogalwayswonwhenitraced.A.TB.F3.Theauthorsgrandfatherusuallywonlotsofmoney.A.TB.F4.Theauthorsgrandfatherandhisfriendfedthedogcakestomakeitstrong.A.TB.F5.Theauthorsgrandfatherandhisfriendbetonadogwhichdidntwin.A.TB.FKEYABBBAPassage16Peterisgoingtotakeaspecialexamnextweek.Hewillbeverysadifhefails,Patsysaid.Wemusthelphimtopass(通过).WhatcanwedoAnnieasked.Iknow,Patsysaid.Wecanhelphimbeforetheexam.Hemustntgotobedlate.Hewillbetiredifhegoestobedlate.Hellfailtheexamifhestired.Hellgetgoodmarks(分数)ifherevises(复习)wellfortheexam,Johnsaid.Wellhelphimrevise.HowcanwedothatAnnieasked.Wellaskhimquestions,Johntoldher.Hellpasstheexamifhecananswerallourquestions.Hemustntworry,Tomsaid.Hellbenervousifheworriestoomuch.Yes,andhellfailifhesnervous,Anniesaid.ThechildrenwereverygoodtoPeterallweekandtheyhelpedhimalot.Hewasnottiredwhenhewentintotheexamroom.Hewashappyandhedideverythingverycarefully.Hepassedtheexameasily.1.Peterisgoingtotaketheexamnextmonth.A.TB.F2.IfAnniegoestobedlate,shellfailtheexam.A.TB.F3.Therearefivepeopleinthestory.A.TB.F4.Peterfeltnervouswhenhewentintotheexamroom.A.TB.F5.Thechildrenareveryfriendly.A.TB.F

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