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阅读理解 A Metro Pocket Guide

Metrorail (地铁) Each passenger needs a farecard to enter a nd go out. Up to two children under age five may travel free with a paying custo

mer. Farecard machines are in every station. Bring small bills because there are no change machines in the stations and farecard machines only provide up to $5 in change. Get one day of unlimited Metrorail rides with a One Day Pass. Buy it from a farecard machine in Metro stations. Use it after 9:30 a.m. until closing on weekdays, and all day on weekends and holidays. Hours of Service Open: 5 a.m Mon.—Fri 7 a.m. Sat.—Sun. Close: midnight Sun.—Thurs. 3 a.m. Fri.—Sat. nights Last train times vary. To avoid (避免) missing the last train, please check the last train times posted in stations. Metrobus When paying with exact change, the fare is $1.35. When paying with a SmarTrip? card, the fare is $1.25. Fares for senior/disabled customers Senior citizens 65 and older and disabled customers may ride for half the regular fare. On Metrorail and Metrobus, use a senior/disabled farecard or SmarTrip? card. For more information about buying senior/disabled farecards, SmarTrip? cards and passes, please visit or call 202-637-7000 and 202-637-8000. Senior citizens and disabled customers can get free guide on how to use proper Metrobus and Metrorail services by calling 202-962-1100. Travel tips ?Avoid riding during weekday rush periods — before 9:30 a.m. and between 4 and 6 p.m. ?If you lose something on a bus or train or in a station, ple ase call Los t & Found at 202-962-1195. 21. What should you know about farecard machines? A. They start selling tickets at 9:30 a.m. B. They are connected to change machines. C. They offer special service to the elderly. D. They make change for no mo re than $5. 22. At what time does Metrorail stop service on Saturday? A. At midnight. B. at 3 a.m. C. at 5 a.m. D. at 7 p.m. 23. What is good about a SmarTrip? card? A. It is convenient for old people. B. It saves money for its users. C. It can be bought at any time. D. It is sold on the Internet. 24. Which number should you call if you lose something on the Metro? A. 202-962-1195 B. 202-962-1100 C. 202-673-7000 D. 202-673-8000 B Which boy hasn't dreamed of being a cool secret agent (特工)? The wonderful fighting abilities and the world-saving adventures ar e much more colourful than most people's everyday lives. Well,

Cody Banks is just like any other boy, except that he is not just dreaming. He has a big secret his friends never know about. He was train ed to be a spy (间谍) by a special CIA programme, which was made to look like a summer camp. He learned high-speed driving, hand-to-hand fighting and the use of high-tech tools. After proving he could become a young hero by saving a baby from a runaway car, Banks gets his first real task. He must make friends with a popular girl at school, Natalie Connors. Then, he must spy on her father, a scientist who has developed a dangerous technology (技术). Banks must stop a group of bad people from forcing Natalie's father into using the technology to endanger the world. The CIA may have taught him first-class self-defence moves, but they didn't show him how to talk to girls. Banks has zero ability when it comes to dealing with girls. How can he get around his problem and get an invitation to the girl's upcoming birthday party? Will he finally become Natalie's boyfriend and find out whatever he can about her father's work? Agent Cody Banks has everything that young people are interested in: big explosions, breath-taking performances and funny girl-dating experiences. It was listed No.2 in t he American box office last week. “This story is interesting and fun for the whole family to enjoy, and especially cool for young boys,” said Paul Perkins, a film reviewer in the US. 25. What is Banks' first real task? A. To test a high-tech tool. B. To save a baby from a car. C. To study a new technology. D. To watch a scientist secretly. 26. Banks wanted to go to Natalie's birthday party to ______. A. meet her father B. know more people C. make friends with her D. steal some information 27. What is considered as a great danger in the text? A. The technology developed by Natalie's father. B. An explosion set off by some bad people. C. The CIA's training of boys for its tasks. D. Secret agents' spying on scientists. 28. What is the purpose of the text? A. Making known the work of t he CIA. B. Telling the story about a cool boy. C. Showing the dark side of science. D. Introducing a new film. 完形填空 In the United States there was an unusual tale telling of the daughter of a mechanic (技 工). One day while walking along the bank of a lake, the girl wild goose. After some time the girl to take them home. There she carefully 42 44 41 to see 20 eggs laid by a 43 45 the mother would not return to her eggs and she the eggs in the heat of a lamp. Several days 46 .

the eggs broke and the baby geese came into the

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asked her father for a plane and he assembled (组装) a small aircraft for her. safety, the father decided to pilot the plane himself. However, the birds 56 59 slept in the grass. 58 60 . Seeing their . She flew the flapped (拍打) their wings and B. attempted B. expected B. decided B. protected B. out B. lake B. Also B. imp roved B. le ad B. race B. away B. opinion B. heaven B. her B. remember B. instead B. looked B. floor B. set out 57 into the plane, started it and soon left the or follow him, and

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plane freely in the sky, her young birds following. C. happened D. supp osed C. imagined D. admitted C. afforded D. meant C. treated D. examined C. later C. home