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1.Finally, many great players come from the same kind of neighborhood - a poor, crowed area where a boy's dream is not to be a doctor, lawyer, or businessman, but to become a rich, famous athlete or entertainer. For example, Liverpool, which produced the Beetles, had one of the best English soccer（英式足球）teams in recent years. Pele practiced in the street with a ball made of rags. And George Best learned the tricks that made him famous by bouncing the ball off a wall in the slums of Belfast.
All great players have a lot in common, but that doesn't explain why they are great. Hundreds of boys played in those Brazilian streets, but only one became Pele. The greatest players are born with some unique quality that sets them apart from all the others.
In the last paragraph the statement “… but only one became Pele” indicates that ______.
A、Pele is the greatest soccer player.
B、the greatest players are born with some unique quality.
C、Pele's birthplace sets him apart from all the others.
D、the success of a soccer player has everything to do with the family back ground.
答案解析： 答案选B。Pele是个伟大的球员，Hundreds of boys played in those Brazilian streets, but only one became Pele成百上千的人在巴西的街道上踢球，但是只有一个Pele这样的伟大球员。最后一句话点明主题The greatest players are born with some unique quality that sets them apart from all the others.所以答案选择B。
2.“Longer life would give us a chance to recover from our mistakes and promote long term thinking,” says Dr Gregory Stock of the University Of California School Of Public Health. “It would also raise productivity by adding to the year we can work.”
Longer lives don't just affect the people who live them. They also affect society as a whole. “We have war, poverty, all sorts of issues around, and I don’t think any of them would be at all helped by having people live longer,” says US bioethicist Daniel Callahan. “The question is ‘What will we get as a society’s suspect it won’t be a better society.”
Which of the following is NOT mentioned as one of the things that living longer might enable an individual to do
A、Spending more time with his family.
B、Having more education.
C、Realizing more dreams.
3.Once all this ended, I followed Ed and Helen home to be sure they arrived safely. After I waved goodbye and wished them my best, I thought, “That is the kind of love in life. The love is not physical or romantic but care in any time.” We can learn from the story that ________.
A、life is full of surprises
B、love is both physical and romantic
C、care is a kind of love in life
D、you will feel good when helping those in trouble
答案解析： 答案选C。根据文章本段中That is the kind of love in life. The love is not physical or romantic but care in any time可知答案为C项。
4.In 2006, Blackburn, of the University of California, San Francisco, and Greider, of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, shared the Lasker prize for basic medical research with Jack Szostak of Harvard Medical School. Their work set the stage for research suggesting that cancer cells use telomerase to sustain their uncontrolled growth. The research by Blackburn and Greider helps suggest the role of______.
A、money in medical research
B、proteins in cancer treatment
C、hormones in the functioning of life
D、telomerase in the growth of cancer cells
5.Two United Nations agencies warned on Tuesday that children are most at risk of developing skin cancers as a result of the long-term decline in the earth's protective ozone layer. The agencies, the World Health Organization（WHO）and the UN Environmental Programme（UNEP）, issued the warning as they launched a global programme aimed at alerting schools to the dangers of exposure to the sun.
Why does the risk of developing skin cancers in children become greater and greater
A、Because they pay little attention to their skin health.
B、Because they are short of physical training.
C、Because the earth's protective ozone layer declines year after year.
D、Because the earth is getting warmer and warmer.