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这些词最易错(上)专项练习 

一、单项选择 
1. My sister Jane is outgoing. We all love______ very much.  
A. him B. her C. us D. you 
2. Mother’s Day is ______ May 10th this year. 
A. on B. of C. in D. at 
3. It’s raining. Take an umbrella with you, ______ you’ll get wet.   
A. and B. but C. so D. or 
4. — Must we le*e the reading room before 5 o’clock? 
— No, you ______. You can stay here until 5:30. 
A. can’t B. needn’t C. mustn’t D. shouldn’t 
5. Look! The girls______ for the talent show happily. 
A. prepare B. will prepare C. are preparing D. prepared 
6. — ______ do you play the guitar?  
— Three times a week. 
A. How much B. How old C. How long D. How often  
7. Parents often tell us ______ quiet in public places. 
A. to be B. being C. are D. be  
8. Peter is really a br*e boy and he ______ to many places by himself since 2010.  
A. tr*eled B. tr*els C. is tr*eling D. has tr*eled 
9. Lots of lessons ______ on the Internet these days. 
A. give B. are given C. g*e D. were given 
10. — Could you tell me ______ at the station? 
— At nine o’clock tomorrow morning. 
A. when we met B. when did we meet 
C. when we will meet D. when will we meet 

二、阅读理解 
A  
World Wonders 
Our world has many famous landmarks. A landmark is a building or place that is special to an area. Some landmarks are built by people. Other landmarks are things in nature, such as a volcano or a waterfall. Here are four famous landmarks built by people. 
Machu Picchu 

Andes Mountains, Peru 
Machu Picchu was once a city located high in the Andes Mountains in Peru. Its name means “old peak”. The city was built nearly 600 years ago. The remains of about 200 stone buildings are found there. They include palaces, temples, and homes. 
Great Sphinx 
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Giza, Egypt 
The Great Sphinx is a huge statue. It has the head of a person and the body of a lion. It was built more than 4,000 years ago. No one knows for sure why it was built. Some say it honors an ancient king. 
Leaning Tower of Pisa 

Pisa, Italy 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a bell tower. It was built on soft soil. That caused the tower to lean to one side soon after workers began building it more than 800 years ago. Visitors can climb about 300 steps inside to see a great view of the city. 
Sydney Opera House

Sydney, Australia 
The Sydney Opera House was built from 1957 to 1973. This performing arts center looks like a ship with sails. It is located on a piece of land inside a harbor. A harbor is a part of a body of water where ships can stay safe from storms. 
11. Where is Machu Picchu?  
A. In Pisa, Italy. B. In Giza, Egypt.  
C. In the Andes Mountains, Peru. D. In Sydney, Australia.  
12. What does Sydney Opera House look like?  
A. The body of a lion. B. The head of a person.  
C. A bell tower. D. A ship with sails.  
13. Which of the following is the oldest? 
A. Machu Picchu. B. Great Sphinx.  
C. Leaning Tower of Pisa. D. Sydney Opera House. 


   I found the black and white cat on my front doorway. He was crying like a human baby. Where did he come from? I noticed he had no collar (项圈). Who would be so careless?  
  I went inside and brought out a can of fish. The cat hungrily ate it up and then walked right inside the house. 
I wanted to get him out, but I hesitated. Our family never owned pets, but I had always wanted one.  
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Just then, the cat meowed and jumped up onto my leg. Well, he seemed to like me! Maybe I didn’t h*e to give him back after all! 
  The cat kept meowing a lot. I knew I had to go to the store and get some cat food.  
On my way out, I saw a sign on the telephone pole: 

  


   “Hmm,” I thought. “If you were so worried about your kitten, maybe you should h*e taken *ter care of him!” 
   When I walked into the pet store, I saw a group of kids hanging up notices about this same cat there. 
   “I can’t believe I lost my cat!” a little boy in a wheelchair cried to his parents. “I couldn’t get to the open door in time!” 
I looked at the notices on the wall. It was surely the cat I had back at home.  
Then the truth of the situation hit me: I had stolen a little boy’s cat! 
   Now I realized there was a lot I didn’t understand. I tried to explain why I should keep the cat by convincing myself the owners deserved to lose him. Now I saw that it was all a big mistake. 
   I walked to the little boy. 
   “I h*e your cat,” I told him. “I’m sorry. I just found him and fed him. He’s at my house.” 
   The little boy began to cry with laughter. He blew his nose and g*e me a great big hug. “Thank you so much! I was just about to put a new collar on him when he ran out of the door. I couldn’t chase him! Because of my... you know... my legs.” 
“I’ll be right back,” I told him. I ran home to get the cat and reunite owner and pet.  
14. What did the writer think of the cat’s owner at first?  
A. Lazy. B. Loving. C. Careless. D. Friendly. 
15. What did the writer see in the pet store? 
A. Kids hanging up notices about the cat.  
B. Pets walking around playing there.  
C. Boys looking for their pets there.  
D. Owners showing off their cats.  
16. Why did the writer run home to get the cat?  
A. Because the boy asked her to give back his cat. 
B. Because she wanted to find the cat a *ter owner.  
C. Because the boy promised not to lose the cat again. 
D. Because she knew the boy loved and owned the cat.  
17. What can we know from the story?  
A. Not all kids are lucky enough to own pets. 
B. Sometimes we make a judgement too soon.  
C. Too often we enjoy cats as good company. 
D. Everyone should help people in trouble. 
LOST CAT 
Black and white, very friendly. If you find him, please call us at 617-58463302. We are worried sick. 

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1 / 4 这些词最易错(上)专项练习 一、单项选择 1. My sister Jane is outgoing. We all love______ very much. A. him B. her C. us D. you 2. Mother’s Day is ______ May 10th this year. A. on B. of C. in D. at 3. It’s raining. Take an umbrella with you, ______ you’ll get wet. A. and B. but C. so D. or 4. — Must we le*e the reading room before 5 o’clock? — No, you ______. You can stay here until 5:30. A. can’t B. needn’t C. mustn’t D. shouldn’t 5. Look! The girls______ for the talent show happily. A. prepare B. will prepare C. are preparing D. prepared 6. — ______ do you play the guitar? — Three times a week. A. How much B. How old C. How long D. How often 7. Parents often tell us ______ quiet in public places. A. to be B. being C. are D. be 8. Peter is really a br*e boy and he ______ to many places by himself since 2010. A. tr*eled B. tr*els C. is tr*eling D. has tr*eled 9. Lots of lessons ______ on the Internet these days. A. give B. are given C. g*e D. were given 10. — Could you tell me ______ at the station? — At nine o’clock tomorrow morning. A. when we met B. when did we meet C. when we will meet D. when will we meet 二、阅读理解 A World Wonders Our world has many famous landmarks. A landmark is a building or place that is special to an area. Some landmarks are built by people. Other landmarks are things in nature, such as a volcano or a waterfall. Here are four famous landmarks built by people. Machu Picchu Andes Mountains, Peru Machu Picchu was once a city located high in the Andes Mountains in Peru. Its name means “old peak”. The city was built nearly 600 years ago. The remains of about 200 stone buildings are found there. They include palaces, temples, and homes. Great Sphinx 2 / 4 Giza, Egypt The Great Sphinx is a huge statue. It has the head of a person and the body of a lion. It was built more than 4,000 years ago. No one knows for sure why it was built. Some say it honors an ancient king. Leaning Tower of Pisa Pisa, Italy The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a bell tower. It was built on soft soil. That caused the tower to lean to one side soon after workers began building it more than 800 years ago. Visitors can climb about 300 steps inside to see a great view of the city. Sydney Opera House Sydney, Australia The Sydney Opera House was built from 1957 to 1973. This performing arts center looks like a ship with sails. It is located on a piece of land inside a harbor. A harbor is a part of a body of water where ships can stay safe from storms. 11. Where is Machu Picchu? A. In Pisa, Italy. B. In Giza, Egypt. C. In the Andes Mountains, Peru. D. In Sydney, Australia. 12. What does Sydney Opera House look like? A. The body of a lion. B. The head of a person. C. A bell tower. D. A ship with sails. 13. Which of the following is the oldest? A. Machu Picchu. B. Great Sphinx. C. Leaning Tower of Pisa. D. Sydney Opera House. B I found the black and white cat on my front doorway. He was crying like a human baby. Where did he come from? I noticed he had no collar (项圈). Who would be so careless? I went inside and brought out a can of fish. The cat hungrily ate it up and then walked right inside the house. I wanted to get him out, but I hesitated. Our family never owned pets, but I had always wanted one. 3 / 4 Just then, the cat meowed and jumped up onto my leg. Well, he seemed to like me! Maybe I didn’t h*e to give him back after all! The cat kept meowing a lot. I knew I had to go to the store and get some cat food. On my way out, I saw a sign on the telephone pole: “Hmm,” I thought. “If you were so worried about your kitten, maybe you should h*e taken *ter care of him!” When I walked into the pet store, I saw a group of kids hanging up notices about this same cat there. “I can’t believe I lost my cat!” a little boy in a wheelchair cried to his parents. “I couldn’t get to the open door in time!” I looked at the notices on the wall. It was surely the cat I had back at home. Then the truth of the situation hit me: I had stolen a little boy’s cat! Now I realized there was a lot I didn’t understand. I tried to explain why I should keep the cat by convincing myself the owners deserved to lose him. Now I saw that it was all a big mistake. I walked to the little boy. “I h*e your cat,” I told him. “I’m sorry. I just found him and fed him. He’s at my house.” The little boy began to cry with laughter. He blew his nose and g*e me a great big hug. “Thank you so much! I was just about to put a new collar on him when he ran out of the door. I couldn’t chase him! Because of my... you know... my legs.” “I’ll be right back,” I told him. I ran home to get the cat and reunite owner and pet. 14. What did the writer think of the cat’s owner at first? A. Lazy. B. Loving. C. Careless. D. Friendly. 15. What did the writer see in the pet store? A. Kids hanging up notices about the cat. B. Pets walking around playing there. C. Boys looking for their pets there. D. Owners showing off their cats. 16. Why did the writer run home to get the cat? A. Because the boy asked her to give back his cat. B. Because she wanted to find the cat a *ter owner. C. Because the boy promised not to lose the cat again. D. Because she knew the boy loved and owned the cat. 17. What can we know from the story? A. Not all kids are lucky enough to own pets. B. Sometimes we make a judgement too soon. C. Too often we enjoy cats as good company. D. Everyone should help people in trouble. LOST CAT Black and white, very friendly. If you find him, please call us at 617-58463302. We are worried sick.
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二、阅读理解 
A  
World Wonders 
Our world has many famous landmarks. A landmark is a building or place that is special to an area. Some landmarks are built by people. Other landmarks are things in nature, such as a volcano or a waterfall. Here are four famous landmarks built by people. 
Machu Picchu 

Andes Mountains, Peru 
Machu Picchu was once a city located high in the Andes Mountains in Peru. Its name means “old peak”. The city was built nearly 600 years ago. The remains of about 200 stone buildings are found there. They include palaces, temples, and homes. 
Great Sphinx 
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Giza, Egypt 
The Great Sphinx is a huge statue. It has the head of a person and the body of a lion. It was built more than 4,000 years ago. No one knows for sure why it was built. Some say it honors an ancient king. 
Leaning Tower of Pisa 

Pisa, Italy 
The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a bell tower. It was built on soft soil. That caused the tower to lean to one side soon after workers began building it more than 800 years ago. Visitors can climb about 300 steps inside to see a great view of the city. 
Sydney Opera House

Sydney, Australia 
The Sydney Opera House was built from 1957 to 1973. This performing arts center looks like a ship with sails. It is located on a piece of land inside a harbor. A harbor is a part of a body of water where ships can stay safe from storms. 
11. Where is Machu Picchu?  
A. In Pisa, Italy. B. In Giza, Egypt.  
C. In the Andes Mountains, Peru. D. In Sydney, Australia.  
12. What does Sydney Opera House look like?  
A. The body of a lion. B. The head of a person.  
C. A bell tower. D. A ship with sails.  
13. Which of the following is the oldest? 
A. Machu Picchu. B. Great Sphinx 
C. Leaning Tower of Pisa. D. Sydney Opera House. 


   I found the black and white cat on my front doorway. He was crying like a human baby. Where did he come from? I noticed he had no collar (项圈). Who would be so careless?  
  I went inside and brought out a can of fish. The cat hungrily ate it up and then walked right inside the house. 
I wanted to get him out, but I hesitated. Our family never owned pets, but I had always wanted one.  
3 / 4
Just then, the cat meowed and jumped up onto my leg. Well, he seemed to like me! Maybe I didn’t h*e to give him back after all! 
  The cat kept meowing a lot. I knew I had to go to the store and get some cat food.  
On my way out, I saw a sign on the telephone pole: 

  


   “Hmm,” I thought. “If you were so worried about your kitten, maybe you should h*e taken *ter care of him!” 
   When I walked into the pet store, I saw a group of kids hanging up notices about this same cat there. 
   “I can’t believe I lost my cat!” a little boy in a wheelchair cried to his parents. “I couldn’t get to the open door in time!” 
I looked at the notices on the wall. It was surely the cat I had back at home.  
Then the truth of the situation hit me: I had stolen a little boy’s cat! 
   Now I realized there was a lot I didn’t understand. I tried to explain why I should keep the cat by convincing myself the owners deserved to lose him. Now I saw that it was all a big mistake. 
   I walked to the little boy. 
   “I h*e your cat,” I told him. “I’m sorry. I just found him and fed him. He’s at my house.” 
   The little boy began to cry with laughter. He blew his nose and g*e me a great big hug. “Thank you so much! I was just about to put a new collar on him when he ran out of the door. I couldn’t chase him! Because of my... you know... my legs.” 
“I’ll be right back,” I told him. I ran home to get the cat and reunite owner and pet.  
14. What did the writer think of the cat’s owner at first?  
A. Lazy. B. Loving. C. Careless. D. Friendly. 
15. What did the writer see in the pet store? 
A. Kids hanging up notices about the cat.  
B. Pets walking around playing there.  
C. Boys looking for their pets there.  
D. Owners showing off their cats.  
16. Why did the writer run home to get the cat?  
A. Because the boy asked her to give back his cat. 
B. Because she wanted to find the cat a *ter owner.  
C. Because the boy promised not to lose the cat again. 
D. Because she knew the boy loved and owned the cat.  
17. What can we know from the story?  
A. Not all kids are lucky enough to own pets. 
B. Sometimes we make a judgement too soon.  
C. Too often we enjoy cats as good company. 
D. Everyone should help people in trouble. 
LOST CAT 
Black and white, very friendly. If you find him, please call us at 617-58463302. We are worried sick. 


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