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会考阅读理解真题Jack worked for the Canadian government

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Jack worked for the Canadian government. One day, he was told to learn more about wolves. Do wolves kill lots of caribou (北美驯鹿)? Do they kill people?

The government gave Jack lots of food, clothes and guns. Then they put him on a plane and took him to a lonely place. The plane landed, put him down and left. There were no houses or people in this place. But there were lots of wolves.

People tell horrible stories about wolves. They say wolves like to kill and eat people. Jack was afraid when he thought of these stories. He always took his gun with him.

Then one day, he saw a group of wolves. There was a mother wolf with four baby wolves. A father wolf and another young wolf lived with them.

Jack watched these wolves every day. The mother was a very good mother. She gave milk to her babies. She gave them lessons about life. They learned how to catch food. The father wolf got food for the mother. The young wolf played with the children. They were a nice and happy wolf family. Jack did not need his gun any more. In a short time, he got along well with the family. Jack watched them for five months.

Later, Jack wrote a book about wolves. He wanted people to understand them and not to kill them.

26.Where did the government take Jack?

A.To a lonely place. B.To a quiet island.

C.To a noisy city. D.To a small village.

27.Who gave lessons about life to the baby wolves?

A.The father wolf. B.The mother wolf.

C.The young wolf. D.The government.

28.The underlined word “horrible” in Paragraph 3 probably means ________.

A.exciting B.boring C.terrible D.funny

29.How many months did Jack watch the wolves?

A.Two. B.Three. C.Four. D.Five.

30.Jack wrote a book about wolves because he wanted people to ________.

A.give more room to them B.hunt and kill them

C.give more food to them D.understand them and stop killing them


答案 26~30 ABCDD

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