高考英语阅读理解:2010年高考英语阅读理解专项复习题5

导读 (A)Somepeoplethinkthatallwildanimalsaredangerous I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

(A)
Some people think that all wild animals are dangerous.In fact very few of them will attack a man if he leaves them alone.If you met a tiger or an elephant,I think you would run away,but even a tiger will keep away from a man unless it is very hungry.Tigers only kill and eat men when they have grown too old and too weak to catch their usual food,such as deer and some other small animals.If you saw a wild elephant,perhaps you would be frightened.Elephants usually run away at once unless you attack them.Some animals get very frightened if they only smell a man.Some take no notice at all but quietly walk away.Wild animals only attack people when they are afraid of the people meaning to harm(伤害)their young ones,or when the people shoot at them and make them angry.
1.The passage is mainly about________.
A. how a man should love and make friends with wild animals
B. how to kill wild animals
C. how wild animals act towards men
D. how wild animals attack men
2.Tigers will do no harm to men________.
A. even if they are very hungry
B. if they are able to get enough of their usual food
C. no matter how men act towards them when they're fed over
D. unless men try to run away
3.Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A. Elephants are usually too frightened to run away when they're attacked.
B. Some wild animals will have to catch some other small animals for food when they are too old and too weak to kill men.
C. Wild animals are in fact not so dangerous to men as they are usually believed to be threatened by some people.
D. Wild animals will attack people only when their young ones are being in great danger.
4.Some animals run away when they smell a man probably________.
A. because they believe that the smell must be harmful to them
B. because they don't like the smell
C. because they are afraid of being seen by him
D. because they think men are very dangerous to them
5.Certain animals will become very dangerous to us________.
A. as they grow old enough
B. if they are left alone
C. when their young ones are in danger
D. while they are looking for food

(B)
Zoo keepers used to keep wild animals in small cages. Today there are many zoos in which animals live as they do in nature. Hidden fences(篱笆)take the place of cages,so zoo visitors are still safe. The animals wander(徘徊)freely among plants,rocks,and watering holes as they would in their natural homes.Sometimes trainers teach animals different skills(技能)in order to take better care of them. Some skills keep them from getting lazy. Some skills make it easier to keep the animals clean and healthy.
Changes such as these make the modern zoo more interesting to visit than the zoo of long ago.
1.Wild animals used to be kept in cages so as to________.
A. get more animals in the zoo
B. make them more difficult to see
C. prevent them from wandering freely
D. protect the zoo visitors
2.Today zoo keepers let animals live as they do in nature in order to________.
A. allow people to play with the animals
B .show that animals are afraid
C. shoe animals as they are in nature
D. take the place of the cages
3.In modern zoos,visitors are safe because of________.
A. the hidden fencesB. the big cages
C. the plants and rocksD. the watering holes
4.Why do trainers teach the animals different skills?
A.To make visitors feel afraid.
B.To take better care of the animals.
C.To make much money for the animals.
D.To keep the zoo visitors busy.
5.What is the main idea of this passage?
A. Zoo visitors are not safe today.
B. Today animals like to live in zoos.
C. Zoo keepers need special training.
D. Modern zoos are much better.

(C)
A natural zoo for wild animals will soon be set up in Du Jiangyan,Sichuan Province,the biggest in the country.
The zoo lies in Du Jiangyan National Forest Park in Longchi,30 kilometres away from the northwest of Du Jiangyan City. At an elevation(海拔)from 900 metres to 1 000 metres,it has the forest area of over 10 000 mu,over 3 000 kinds of plants,rich in water sources(源)and food. The zoo has suitable climate(气候)and geographical (地理)conditions for wild animals,thus keeping the natural characters. up till now,there are more than ten species of first class preserved(保护)animals in the zoo,such as panda,golden monkey and yakin (扭角羚).The zoo is thus known as "a natural museum" or "a gene(基因)bank for wild animals".
1.Which of the following maps shows the right place of the zoo?
A.S=Sichuan B.D=Du Jiangyan C.L=Longchi)
2.According to the passage a natural zoo is best set up________.
A.in the biggest province
B.in a city close to a river
C.in a place which nobody can find
D.in a place with natural characters
3.This natural zoo to be set up________.
A.will keep only first class preserved animals
B.belongs to Du Jiangyan National Forest Park
C.will also keep rare plants
D.is for all kinds of animals
4.The word "species" in the passage means________.
A. heightB. lengthC. sizeD. kind
5.From the passage we can infer(推断)that the natural zoo is set up________.
A. for more people to visit
B. to be open to foreign visitors
C. to prevent people from visiting it
D. to protect wild animals

答案:A 1~5 CBCDC B 1~5 DCABD C 1~5 CDBDD

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