Smart Reading:跟美国学生同步练阅读(英文原版)(Grade 7 练习答案)(txt+pdf+epub+mobi电子书下载)




Smart Reading:跟美国学生同步练阅读(英文原版)(Grade 7 练习答案)

Smart Reading:跟美国学生同步练阅读(英文原版)(Grade 7 练习答案)试读:

Lesson 1

II . Reading skills

1) The microscopic cells that send messages to your brain are called neurons.

2) Every time you learn something new, the structure of your brain changes.

3) Exercise improves your mood, is good for your body, and makes your brain more receptive to learning.

4) If you are having a hard time learning something, you should exercise because it might improve your brain power.

5) Answer will vary. Example – Your brain is better than a computer because it can learn and improve, whereas a computer cannot.

III . True or false?

1) F  2) F  3) F  4) F  5) T

IV . Fill in the blanks

1) structure 

2) process 

3) beat 

4) skin 

5) electrical

Lesson 2

II . Fill in the blanks

1) astronauts 

2) smell 

3) frozen 

4) spoil 

5) complex

III . Answer the following questions

1) Answers will vary. Example - Some products that are commonly freeze dried are ice cream, fruit, and meat.

2) Astronauts and hikers often carry freeze dried food.

3) Answers will vary. Example – Some advantages of freeze dried food are it is very light, it doesn’t spoil quickly, and it maintains its flavour.

4) Answers will vary. Example – Yes, I like freeze dried food. I think it tastes delicious.

5) Answers will vary. Example – Freeze dried food might lose some of its nutritional value.

IV . True or false?

1) T  2) F  3) F  4) F  5) F

Lesson 3

II . Answer the following questions

1) Some stereotypes about Vikings are that they are scruffy, violent, blond giants who wear helmets with two horns.

2) We know these stereotypes about Vikings are mostly wrong from evidence to the contrary found by archaeologists.

3) The Vikings lived in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.

4) Answers will vary. Example – Some examples I know about Canadians are that they always drink beer, play hockey, and live in igloos.

5) Answers will vary. Example – Yes, I think stereotypes can hurt people by making them feel bad about themselves.

III . True or false?

1) F  2) F  3) F  4) F  5) F

IV . Fill in the blanks

1) farming 

2) horned 

3) bathed 

4) Scandinavian 

5) Denmark

Lesson 4

II . What’s the word?

1) concrete 

2) sand 

3) ancient 

4) domes 

5) India

III . True or false?

1) F  2) F  3) T  4) T  5) F

IV . Wrong sentences

1) A wood frame supports arches during construction.

2) Chartres is a place in France.

3) The Romans invented concrete.

4) The arch was invented before the dome.

5) Concrete is strong and durable.

Lesson 5

II . Vocabulary skills

1) reservations 

2) pursue 

3) resist 

4) mystique 

5) arrested

III . Answer the following questions

1) Answers will vary. Example – We know Crazy Horse was a great warrior who was known for his resistance against the US government. Even when he was arrested in September 1877, he still did not give up.

2) Answers will vary. Example – Crazy Horse was a hero to his people because he defended the Native American way of life.

3) Another Native American who fought against US forces was Sitting Bull.

4) Crazy Horse was stabbed to death when he tried to struggle after being arrested.

5) Crazy Horse was a great warrior because he was good at exploiting weak spots in the enemy and also good at hand to hand combat.

IV . Wrong sentences

1) Crazy Horse’s father was also named Crazy Horse.

2) Crazy Horse was finally arrested in Canada.

3) Crazy Horse’s father was a medicine man.

4) Crazy Horse was a great warrior.

5) Sitting Bull was Crazy Horse’s friend.

Lesson 6

II . Vocabulary skills

1) widow 

2) beheaded 

3) crippled 

4) annulled 

5) subsequently

III . True or false?

1) F 2) F 3) F 4) T 5) T

IV . Opposites

1) accepted 

2) divorced 

3) true 

4) died 

5) obese

Lesson 7

II . Vocabulary skills

1) emigrate 

2) secret 

3) accompanying 

4) diary 

5) arrested

III . Wrong sentences

1) Anne Frank was born in Germany.

2) Anne Frank’s father’s name was Otto.

3) After the war, Anne Frank’s father returned to the Netherlands.

4) The Secret Annex was made into a novel.

5) Nobody knows how the annex was discovered.

IV . Answer the following questions

1) Anne Frank and her family went into hiding because of discrimination against Jewish people.

2) The Van Pels family and Fritz Pfeffer joined Anne and her family in hiding.

3) After Anne was arrested, she was deported to Aushwitz.

4) Answers will vary. Example – I think Anne’s father had The Secret Annex published because he wanted people to know their story.

5) Answers will vary. Example – Yes, I would like to read The Secret Annex because it sounds like a very interesting story.

Lesson 8

II . Short answers

1) Amundsen 

2) Endurance 

3) medical school 

4) South Georgia 

5) Scott

III . Answer the following questions

1) Shackelton made it to 155 kilometres from the South Pole.

2) Answers will vary. Example – I think Shackelton really wanted to make a name for himself in terms of exploration in Antarctica.

3) Answers will vary. Example – It is amazing that many men could survive for so long in such harsh conditions.

4) Answers will vary. Example – No, I would not like to go to the South Pole because it would be too cold.

5) Answers will vary. Example – I would like to be the first human to travel to every planet.

IV . Opposites

1) South Pole 

2) sick 

3) brutal 

4) safe 

5) leading





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