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2012小升初英语每日练习(18)

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摘要:深圳乐加乐英语小升初团队为各位学生和家长准备小升初英语复习题,主要选材来源于中学期中期末考试及前两年小升初真题,希望孩子们能多加练习,保持做题感觉。每日18:00前我们将发一些题目,以语法,完形和阅读为主;次日12:00前,我们会发布详细的解释。

  深圳乐加乐英语小升初团队为各位学生和家长准备小升初英语复习题,主要选材来源于中学期中期末考试及前两年小升初真题,希望孩子们能多加练习,保持做题感觉。每日18:00前我们将发一些题目,以语法,完形和阅读为主;次日12:00前,我们会发布详细的解释。

  阅读理解。

  The first robots were invented in the 1920s. Robots have appeared in many American films. In some films, they are stronger, faster and cleverer than people.

  In real life, robots are mainly used in factories. They do some dangerous and difficult jobs for humans.

  Robots also help—disabled people, for example, blind people. Today many blind people have a guide(向导) dog to help them. In the future, guide dogs might be robot dogs.

  One kind of robot guide dog has wheels. It moves in front of the owner. It is very clever. It knows the speed of its owner’s walk. The owner wears a special belt(带子). This belt sends instructions to the owner from the dog, such as ”Stop here”, ”Turn left” or ”Turn right”.

  In the United States, another kind of robot helps disabled people to take care of themselves in their daily life. The robot hears the sound of its owner’s voice. It follows instructions such as ”Turn the page” or ”Make a cup of coffee”.

  Robots are also used in American hospitals. They can do simple jobs. At one hospital, for example, a robot takes meals from the kitchen to patients’ rooms. It never gets lost because this robot has a map of the hospital in its computer memory.

  Though robots can help people in many different ways, they will never take the place of humans.

  1. From the passage, we know robots cannot be_______.

  A. dangerous animals

  B. factory workers

  C. guide dogs

  D. hospital helpers

  2. A robot guide dog___________.

  A. goes in front of blind people

  B. walks side by side with blind people

  C. has a map in its head

  D. helps patients with their meals

  3. The underlined word “disabled” means________.

  A. 不能的

  B. 有害的

  C. 失灵的

  D. 残疾的

  4. Some disabled people need robots’ help to__________.

  A. take care of themselves

  B. talk to other people

  C. become scientists

  D. do dangerous jobs

  5. In the passage, the writer wants to tell us that___________.

  A. robots are stronger and cleverer than humans

  B. disabled people cannot look after themselves without the robots

  C. robots will take the place of humans some day in the future

  D. robots can help humans in many different ways

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