阅读理解能力的培养是中学英语学习的一项重要任务，也是中考的一项重要内容。中考阅读理解题主要考查学生的语篇阅读能力、分析和判断能力。要求学生能较快地通过阅读理解短文大意，获取其中的主要信息，能做出正确判断，然后根据试题的要求从A, B, C, D四个选项中选出最佳答案或做出正误判断。文章的难易程度和初三课文基本相同，要求阅读速度为每分钟40-50个词。
(1) Which is the best title of the passage?
(2) Which of the following is this passage about?
(3) In this passage the writer tries to tell us that______.
(4) The passage tells us that______.
(5) This passage mainly talks about_______.
(1) Which of the following is right?
(2) Which of the following is not mentioned?
(3) Which of the following is Not True in the passage?
(4) Choose the right order of this passage.
(5) From this passage we know ________.
(1) The word “ ” in the passage probably means ________.
(2) The underlined word “It” in the passage refers to _______.
(3) In this story the underlined word “ ” means ________.
(4) Here “it” means________.
(1) Many visitors come to the writer’s city to ________.
(2) Some shops can be built Donfeng Square so that they may _____.
(3) Air pollution is the most serious kind of pollution because _____.
(4) Why did the writer get off the train two stops before Vienna station?
(1) We can guess the writer of the letter may be a ______.
(2) We can infer from the text that _______.
(3) From the letters we’ve learned that it’s very _____ to know something
about American social customs.
(4) From the story we can guess ______.
(5) What would be happy if ??
(1) How did the writer feel at Vienna station?
(2) The writer writes this text to ______.
(3) The writer believes that ______.
(4) The writer suggests that ______.
All living things on the earth need other living things to live. Nothing lives alone. Most animals must live in a group, and even a plant grows close together with others of the same kind. Sometimes one living thing kills another, one eats and the other is eaten. Each kind of life eats another kind of life in order to live, and together they form a food chain(食物链)。Some food chains become broken up if one of the links disappears.
59. Which of the following do you think is the best title for this passage?
A. Animals B. Plants C. Food Chains D. Living Things
If you buy some well-made clothes, you can save money because they can last longer. They look good even after they have been washed many times. Sometimes some clothes cost more money, but it does not mean that they are always better made, or they always fit better. In other words, some less expensive clothes look and fit better than more expensive clothes.
Killer bees started in Brazil 1957. A scientist in Sao Paulo wanted bees to make
more honey（蜂蜜). So he put forty-six African bees with some Brazilian bees. The bees bred(繁殖) and made a new kind of bees. But the new bees were a mistake. They didn’t want to make more honey. They wanted to attack. Then, by accident, twenty-six African bees escaped and bred with the Brazilian bees outside.
Scientists could not control（控制) the problem. The bees increased fast. They went from Brazil to Venezuela. Then they went to Central America. Now they are in North America. They travel about 390 miles a year. Each group of bees grows four times a year. This means one million new groups every five years.
Why are people afraid of killer bees? People are afraid for two reasons. First, the bees sting（叮) many more times than usual bees. Killer bees can sting sixty times a minute nonstop for two hours. Second, killer bees attack in groups. Four hundred bee stings can kill a person.
Already several hundred people are dead. Now killer bees are in Texas. In a few years they will reach all over the United States. People can do nothing but wait.
这篇短文表面看起来没有主题句，那末怎样来确定它的中心意思呢？按照上面的说明，我们先找出每一段的大意：第一段讲的是“killer bees”的产生。第二段讲的是“killer bees” 的急剧增加。第三段讲的是人们害怕“killer bees”的原因。第四段讲的是“killer bees”已经杀死的人数和将来的状况。从这几段的大意可以看出这篇文章自始至终都是围绕“killer bees”这一中心展开的。换句话说，“killer bees”就是这篇文章的主题。
59. The best title of the passage is ____________.
A. How to make more honey B. Killer bees
C. A foolish scientist D. How to feed killer bees
A bag is useful and the word “bag” is useful. It gives us some interesting phrases(短语). One is “ to let the cat out of the bag.” It is the same as “to tell a secret”?.
Now when someone lets out (泄漏)a secret, he “lets the cat out of the bag.”
John “lets the cat out of the bag” means he ________.
A. makes everyone know a secret
B. the woman bout a cat
C. buys a cat in the bag
D. sells the cat in the bag
在这篇文章里，“let the cat out of the bag”虽然是一个新出现的短语，但紧接着后面就给出解释It is the same as “to tell a secret.根据这一解释，我们就可判断出正确答案应为A。
As they go around town, the police help people. Sometimes they find lost children. They take the children home. If the police see a fight, they put an end to it right away. Sometimes people will ask the police how to get to a place in town. The police can always tell the people which way to go. They know all the streets and roads well. 文章后面有这样一道题：
53. In the text, “put an end to” means “___________”.
A. stop B. cut C. kill D. fly
(3)根据并列、同位关系猜测词义。例如：福州市2004年中考英语试题的阅读材料B。 There is a place on our earth where hot water and steam come up under the ground. It is on a large island in the Pacific Ocean. The island is North Island in New Zealand.
101. What does the word “steam” mean in Chinese?
A. 自来水B. 大气C. 冰川D. 蒸汽
Watching some children trying to catch butterflies one August afternoon, I was reminded of an incident in my own childhood. When I was a boy of twelve in South Carolina, something happened to me that made me never put any wild creature (living 4
thing) in a cage(笼子).
We lived on the edge of a forest, and every evening at dusk the mockingbirds would come and rest in the trees and sing. There isnt a musical instrument made by man that can produce a more beautiful sound than the song of the mockingbird.
I decided that I would catch a young bird and keep it in a cage and in that way, I would have my own private musician.
I finally succeeded in catching one and put it in a cage. At first, being scared, the bird fluttered(扑腾) about the cage, but finally it settled down in its new home. I felt very pleased with myself and looked forward to some beautiful singing from my little musician. On the second day of the bird’s captivity, my new pet’s mother flew to the cage with food in her mouth. The baby bird ate everything she brought to it. I was pleased to see this. Certainly the mother knew better than I how to feed her baby.
The following morning when I went to see how my captive (caged) bird was doing, I discovered it on the floor of the cage, dead. I was terribly surprised! What had happened! I had taken extremely care of my little bird, or so I thought.
Arthur Wayne, the famous ornithologist, who happened to be visiting my father at the time, hearing me crying over the death of my bird, explained what had happened. “A mother mockingbird, finding her young in a cage, will sometimes bring it poison berries(毒莓). She thinks it better for her young to die than to live in captivity.”
Never since then have I caught any living creature and put it in a cage. All living creatures have a right to live free.
60. An ornithologist is probably a person who ____________ .
A. studies birds
B. loves creatures
C. majors in habits
D. takes care of trees Ornithologist 这个词从来没有见到过，但是通过他的语言我们可以判断出这是一个对鸟很有研究的人。我很爱鸟，把鸟装在笼子里，并细心照料，而且鸟的母亲也飞过来喂这只鸟，但这只鸟却死了，我很不理解。到我家来的这个人给我详细解释了鸟死的原因，说明这个人非常懂鸟。据此，我们可以断定答案影视A。
What do plants make food from? They make food from _______.
A. sunlight, water and things in the soil and air
B. water, sunlight and things in the soil
C. water and things in the soil and air
D. water, sunlight and things in the soil
这一小题考查的就是文章的细节和事实。这一细节和事实的表述在文章中可以直接找到：Plants are “factories”. They make food from sunlight, water and things in the soil and air.
According to the passage, which of the following can you most possibly watch on TV?
A. You often play football with your friends after school.
B. Your teacher has got a cold.
C. A tiger in the city zoo has run out and hasn’t been caught.
D. The bike in front of your house is lost.
Secondly, a news story has to be interesting and unusual. People don’t want to read stories about everyday life. As a result, many stories are about some kind of danger and seem to be “bad” news.
Now TV programs play an important part in our daily life. We can get a lot of knowledge and a lot of fun from it. Today is Saturday. The following are some TV programs on different channels today. Now read these TV programs and try to find some information for you and your family members.
42. My father is a football fan. He prefers football matches. He can watch CCTV
43. My mother likes watching TV plays. She wants to watch XATV Channel 4 in the
44. My sister is only six years old. I want to find a program for her. I think she
can watch CCTV Channel 6.
45. I’m a student. I like music, but I am very busy tonight. So I can watch CCTV
Channel 3 this evening.
The undersea world is very beautiful. Now more and more people want to dive in the water to find the secrets there. Scuba diving is a new sport today. It can take
into a wonderful undersea world.
You will find many strange animals in the sea. Some are as large as a school
Many sea animals give out light in the dark and some have sharp teeth.
During the day, there is enough light. Here, under the sea, everything is blue
green. When fish swim nearby, you can catch them with your hands. When you have bottles of air on your back, you can stay in deep water for a long time. However,
can’t dive too deep. And you must be very careful when you dive in deep water. The deep sea is not an easy place to live in. It’s cold, and it’s dark, too.
it is, the less sunlight there is. At about 3,000 feet, there is no light at all. It is dark in
the sea. Many fishes have no eyes. Some have big eyes. A few have eyes on one side. Besides (除了) the cold and darkness, deep-sea animals face a third danger --- other animals.
Animals eat! They must find food to eat. Many animals eat plants. However, some Animals eat meat. This means these sea animals have animals have two big jobs.They need to find animals as food, and they have to try not to become other animals’
46. Why do people want to dive in the sea? Because ________.
A. they want to catch fish
B. they want to find the secrets of the undersea world
C. the sea is deep D. there are all kinds of plants in the sea
47. In the daytime, when you dive in the sea, you _________.
A. can see everything green and blue
B. can’t be in danger
C. can atch nothing
D. can’t see anything clearly
48. How many dangers will animals meet in the deep sea?
A. One. B. Two. C. Three. D. Four.
49. When you do scuba diving, you can __________.
A. stay in deep water for a long time
B. dive very, very deep
C. live in deep water easily
D. dive freely without any dangers
50. Which of the following is WRONG?
A. One animals finds something to eat, and it may be eaten by others.
B. At the depth of 3,000 feet under the sea, many animals can find their way by
hearing and feeling.
C. The deeper the sea is, the darker and colder it is.
D. At the depth of 3,000 feet under the sea, all animals can find their way by
47. A。这是一道考查细节和事实的题目。文章第三段开头就说明了这一事实。“During the
day, there is enough light. Here, under the sea, everything is blue
(除了) the cold and darkness, deep-sea animals face a third danger --- other animals.
49. A。这是一道考查细节和事实的题目。文章的第三段有这样一句话：When you
have bottles of air on your back, you can stay in deep water for a long time. 背着
50. D。这是一道考查细节和事实的题目。文章的第四段有这样的叙述：At about
3,000 feet, there is no light at all. It is dark in the sea. Many fishes have no eyes.
Young people are often unhappy when they are with their parents. They say that their parents don’t understand them. They often think their parents are too strict with them, and they are never given a free hand.
Parents often find it difficult to win their children’s trust(信任) and they seem to forget how they themselves felt when they were young.
For example, young people like to do things without much thinking. It’s one of their ways to show that they grow up and they can do with any difficult things. Older people worry more easily. Most of them plan (计划) things ahead and don’t like their plans to be changed.
When you want your parents to let you do something, you will have better success (成功) if you ask before you really start doing it.
Young people often make their parents angry by clothes they want, the music they enjoy and something else. But they don’t mean to cause (引起) any trouble. They just feel that in this way they can be cut off from the old people’s world and they want to make a new culture (文化) of their own. And if their parents don’t like their music or clothes or their manner of speech, the young people feel very unhappy.
Sometimes you even don’t want your parents to say, “Yes” to what you do. You want to stay at home alone and do what you like.
If you plan to control (控制) your life, you’d better win your parents trust and try to get them to understand you. If your parents see that you have high sense of responsibility (责任感), they will certainly give you the right to do what you want to do.
1. When young people are with their parents, they don’t feel pleased.
2. What young people think is different from what older people do.
3. What young people do is to make their parents unhappy.
4. When children grow up, they hope to let them do everything alone.
5. If you try to get your parents to understand you, you must do well in everything.
Yesterday evening, when I went to town with my mother, we met a strange old man. It was raining hard and we had no umbrella (伞). We were trying to get into a taxi when he came up to us. He was carrying a nice umbrella and he said that he would give it to us for only a pound. He had forgotten his wallet, he said, needed taxi-fare (出租汽车费) to go back home. My mother didn’t believe what he had said at first, and asked him a lot of questions. But the old man didn’t get into a taxi. We followed (跟随) him and found he went into a pub (小酒店) and bought himself a glass of whiskey (威士忌) with the pound. After he drank it, he put on his hat and took up one of the many wet umbrellas there and went off with the new one. Soon after that, he sold it again.
1. The old man sold an umbrella to the writer and her mother.
2. He gave it to them for only a pound because he had forgotten his wallet and needed taxi fare to go back home.
3. The umbrella was worth more than one pound.
4. The old man sold his own umbrella.
5. He was an honest man.
In 1605, a scientist took a willow branch(柳枝) and planted it. He didn’t plant it in the ground, however. He planted it in a vase of soil(泥土). For the next five years, the scientist watered that willow carefully.
The willow grew and grew. Where did it get the food for its growth? To most people, this was an easy question. The willow plant, of course, took the food from the soil.
The scientist, however, wanted evidence(证据).If the willow took the food from the soil for its growth, then, as it grew and weighed more, the soil ought to weigh less. He weighed the willow branch before he planted it. It weighed five pounds. Then he weighed the soil. It weighed 200 pounds. After five years, he weighed the plant and the soil again. The willow tree weighed 169 pounds, but the soil weighed almost the same.
The result(结果) was surprising. Where did the 164 pounds come from?
After many investigations(调查), the scientist got the answer. He had given water to the willow, and the willow got its food from the water.
He was right, in a way. Today we know more about the question.
1. The scientist did the experiment in the sixteenth century.
2. Most people thought the plant got the food from the soil for its growth.
3. The soil in the vase weighed two hundred pounds.
4. The scientist found that the willow grew and weighed more and the soil weighed less.
5. The soil weighed 164 pounds after five years.
6. Now we know about the question as much as the scientist did.
One afternoon Bob and Jane were walking along a quiet street when they heard 10
a big noise from the street corner. They ran there and found that a small car had knocked into the side of a truck. Both the car driver and the truck driver were hurt.
“Bob,” said Jane, “run back down the road to Mrs Day’s house. Ask her to call the police and the ambulance(救护车). Hurry up. I’ll stay here.”
Bob went off as fast as he could. There was nothing Jane could do but wait. She knew that when people were hurt in an accident，they shouldn’t be moved.
It wasn’t long before the police car and the ambulance arrived. The policemen got the car door open and moved the man out. Then they got the truck driver out. Luckily，the men weren’t badly hurt，but they were both taken to hospital. The policemen thanked Bob and Jane. “You were very good to act so quickly when you saw the accident. Thank you for all your help.”
1. The accident happened in a quiet street one afternoon.
2. Bob，Jane，Mrs Day and the policemen heard the noise.
3. Both of the drivers were hurt in the accident.
4. Jane asked Bob to call the police.
5. Jane had got the drivers out before the policemen arrived.
In America, just as in Europe, men usually open doors for women, and women always walk ahead of men into a room or a restaurant, unless （除非）the men have to be ahead of the ladies to choose the table, to open the door of a car or do some other things like the above On the street, men almost always walk or cross the street on the closer side of the ladies to the traffic But if a man walks with two ladies, he should walk between them Then if the host （男主人）or hostess （女主人）or both of them come in a car to get their guest for dinner, the guest should sit at the front seat and leave the back seat though there is no people sitting on it
1．In America men usually _______
A．walk ahead of women B．eat in a restaurant
C．walk behind women D．drive a car to work
2．In the street men ________
A．cross the street
B．walk on the right side of the ladies
C．walk on the closer side of the ladies to the traffic
D．walk near the ladies
3．If a man walks with two ladies, he should _________
A．walk between them B．run before them C．follow them D．go away
4．If Mrs. Green wants you to her house in a car, you should _________
A．sit beside a guest B．sit at the front seat
C．sit at the back seat D．drive the car
Last Sunday I saw the worst storm（暴风雨）in years It came suddenly and went on for more than three hours After lunch, I went into my room to have a rest. The air was hot, and all was quiet
Then strong wind started blowing into my room Pieces of paper on my desk flew high into the air and some flew out of the open window As I ran out to catch them, 11
big drops of rain began to fall.
When I came back into the house, it was raining harder and harder I tried very hard to close the window Then I heard a loud crashing（碰撞的）sound from the back of the house. I ran out of my room to rind out what it was, a big tree had fallen down and broken the top of the back room.
1．Before the storm, the weather was __________
A．cold B．cool C．warm D．hot
2．The wind blew some of the paper ___________
A．all over the floor B．out of the door
C．into the back room D．out of the open window
3．The top of the back room was broken because of __________
A．the strong B．the falling tree C．the rain D．the crashing sound
Light travels at a speed which is about a million times faster than the speed
of sound. You can get some idea of this difference by watching the start of a race. If you stand some distance away from the starter, you can see smoke from his gun before the sound reaches your ears.
This great speed of light produces some strange facts Sunlight takes about 8 minutes to reach us If you look at the light of the moon tonight, remember that the light rays left the moon 1.3 seconds before they reached you The nearest star is so far away that the light that you can see from it tonight started to travel towards you four years ago at a speed of nearly 2 million km. per minute. In some cases, the light from one of tonight's stars had started on its journey to you before you were born.
Thus, if we want to be honest, we can't say, "The stars are shining tonight" We have to say instead, "The stars look pretty They were shining four years ago, but their light has only just reached the earth."
1．Light speed is ________ sound speed
A．as fast as
B．a million times slower than
C．about millions of times faster than
D．about a million times faster than
2．If you stand 200 metres away from a man who is firing a gun to start a race, you
will find out that _______
A．you can hear the sound before you see the smoke
B．the sound does not travel as fast as light
C．the sound will reach you before the man fires
D．sound travels about a million times faster than light
3．Sunlight obviously（明显地）_________ than the light of the moon
A．has to travel a greater distance B．moves less quickly
C．travels much more quickly D．is less powerful（有力的）
4．The scientific way of saying "The stars are shining tonight" should be ________
A．the stars have been shining all the time
B．the stars seen tonight will shine four years later
C．the stars were shining long ago but seen tonight
D．the starlight seen today could be seen four years ago
Drinking too much alcohol （酒，酒精）seems to give pleasure to many people Habit alone can keep people drinking However, many heavy drinkers can offer some other reasons for their actions.
Right now doctors are getting some attention in their protests against heavy drinking. Many people have cut down on their drinking In general, everyone believes the doctors' warnings.
It is sometimes very easy to stop drinking heavily. For example, at a party a man has just one drink. He can stop thinking about having another one. Both health considerations and the high cost of drinking help him to stay away from alcohol. All of his friends help, too. They always understand his problem and are really concerned. The heavy drinker needs friends like these.
1．Drinking too much alcohol ________
A．seems to give pleasure to many people
B．is a habit
D．will do good to people
A．Doctors are against heavy drinking
B．People usually believe the doctors' warnings
C．Many people have cut down on their drinking
D．all of the above
3．A heavy drinker _________
A．believes the doctors' warnings
B．has no reasons for drinking
C．needs friends to help him stop drinking heavily
D．can't stay away from alcohol
4．The best title for the passage is ________
A．Alcohol B．No Drinking C．A Heavy Drinker D．Give It Up
Tom didn't live too far away from school. So he went there and came back on foot every day. On his way to school he passed a wet playground when it rained. One day the boy came home very wet. His mother became very angry and said, "Don't play in the water on your way home or to school."
The next day he came home very wet again. His mother became even angrier. "I will tell your father if you come home wet again," she said, "Then he'll punish you."
The next day the young boy was dry when he came home from school. "You were a good boy today," his mother said, "You didn't play in the water," "No," he answered sadly, "There were so many big boys in the water when I got there this afternoon that there wasn't any room for me at all."
1. There was a ______ on his way to school.
A. park B. lake C. playground D. river
2.Tom's mother got angry because ________. A.Tom was all wet B.Tom was dry C.Tom didn't go to school D.it rained
3.The meaning of the underlined word punish is ________. A.同意 B.惩罚 C.怜悯 D.放弃 (10)
Choose the best answers according to the table above.
1.If you want to eat Chinese food, you will go to the restaurant in ________. A.the Fairview Hotel B.the First Hotel C.the Orchard Hotel D.the Osaka Hotel
2.The cheapest price for a single bed is ________ in ______ in Boswell. A.$12, the First Hotel B.$15, the Osaka Hotel
C.$12, the Fairview Hotel D.$25, the Orchard Hotel
3.The number of the rooms in the hotel with the best special attractions is _______.
A.120 B.470 C.450 D.180
4.If a Japanese traveler likes to eat in a French restaurant, _________ is the right place for him to go to.
A.233 Edward Road B.12364 Venning Road
C.222 Edward Road D.129 North Road
5.Which hotel faces the Orchard Hotel?
A.The First Hotel B.The Osaka Hotel
C.The Fairview Hotel D.No Hotel
Ron is ten years old. He loves to watch TV. But for one full year he did not watch TV at all. What was the reason? Ron’s parents said they would give him $ 600 if he didn’t watch TV for a year.
Ron’s parents thought he watched too much TV. One day his mother saw a news- paper story about a boy who didn’t watch TV for a year. She showed the story to Ron. Ron liked the idea. He turned off the TV right away, and said, “It doesn’t bother me not to watch TV. I just want the money.”
At first, Ron’s parents were very happy. Ron read books and newspapers, played outside, played computer games, and played cards with his mother. But after some time, he got bored(厌烦). Every morning, he asked his parents, “What are we doing tonight?” Sometimes his mother and father wished he would watch TV just for one evening. Ron always said, “No, it would cost me money!”
Finally the year was over. Then Ron stared watching his favourite TV shows all day long again. Ron got the money from his parents. What does he plan to do with the $ 600? “I want to buy myself a TV set!” he said.
1. Ron didn’t watch TV for one year because ________.
A. he wanted the money B. watching TV too much is bad
C. he wanted to study harder D. he wanted to learn from the boy
2. “It doesn’t bother me not to watch TV” means “It’s _______ to watch TV”.
A. waste time B. important for me
C. not use D. not important for me
3. Ron thought _________ for him to read and play all the time.
A. it was great fun B. it was no fun
C. it was enjoyable D. it was good
4. Ron’s last words would _______ his parents.
A. please B. frighten C. surprise D. excite
5. The best title for the story is _______.
A. A Funny Story B. A Year without TV
C. A Good Boy D. Buying a TV Set
J.K. Rowling is the writer of Harry Potter, which is now one of the bestsellers in the world.
J.K. Rowling was born in Bristol on July 31st, 1965. She has one sister who is two years younger than her. Both girls loved listening to their father reading bedtime stories to them. They especially loved stories about magical worlds. Rowling wrote her first story, called Rabbit, at the age of six. After she graduated from the university, Rowling worked as a translator(翻 15
in London. During this time, on a long train trip in the summer of 1990, the idea came to her of a boy who has magic but doesn’t know it. In 1992 Rowling began to teach English. She lived with her baby daughter, Jessica, and spent much time finishing the first Harry Potter book for young readers. It appeared in June 1997. To her surprise, the book was greatly successful. The film came out in November 2001. Now Harry Potter series(系列) is popular with people of all ages and about 60 million books were sold in 200 countries.
Why has the series been so successful? There are a few things. Many other magical stories take place in faraway lands or in past or future times. But Harry lives in modern(现代的) England. He’s also a very normal(平常的) boy: polite, friendly, brave and clever. So when other children read about Harry, they can imagine being like him.
J.K. Rowling is very happy with the success, and she is now busy finishing the whole series of seven books. She’s writing full time and she’s really enjoying life. She says she will go on living a normal life with her daughter and writing children’s books.
1. From the passage, we know ___________.
A. J.K. Rowling met a boy named Harry on a long train trip
B. J.K. Rowling loved listening to stories when she was very young
C. J.K. Rowling is two years younger than her sister
D. Harry Potter is J.K. Rowling’s first story
2. The first Harry Potter book came out in __________.
A. July 1965
B. the summer of 1990
C. June 1997
D. November 2001
3. The Harry Potter series is __________.
A. written for young people
B. only enjoyed by children
C. only sold in England
D. about a young inspector
4. J.K. Rowling has been successful, and she ___________.
A. likes to travel all over the world with her daughter
B. is too busy to enjoy her life
C. is excited about her success every day
D. is still writing stories for children
5. How is Harry Potter series different from other magical stories?
A. There are magical things.
B. The stories happened in the modern world.
C. It has seven books.
D. It took much time to finish.
(1) 1.A 2.A 3.B 4.A 5.B
(2)1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.B
(3)1.B 2.A 3.A 4.B 5.B 6.B
(4)1.A 2.B 3.A 4.B 5.B
(5)1.C 2.C 3.A 4.B
(6)1.D 2.D 3.B
(7)1.D 2.B 3.A 4.C
(8)1.A 2.D 3.C 4.D
(9)1.C 2.A 3.B 44.C 45.A 46.D 47.C 48.D 49.A 50.D
(10)1.D 2.C 3.A 4.C 5.A
(11)1.A 2.D 3.B 4.C 5.B
(12)1.B 2.C 3.A 4.D 5.B