2010届高考英语阅读理解复习专项训练(共9套)

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  2010届高考英语阅读理解复习专项训练:一
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  阅读理解(共20小题,每小题2分,满分40分)
  阅读下面的短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、D)中,选出最佳选项。
  A
  The British National Health Service (NHS) was set up in 1948 and was designed to provide equal basic health care, free of charge, for everybody in the country. Before this time health care had to be paid for by individuals.
  Nowadays central government is directly responsible for the NHS although it is administered by local health authorities. About 83 percent of the cost of the health service is paid for by general taxation and the rest is met from the National Insurance contributions paid by those in work. There are charges for prescription and dental care but many people, such as children, pregnant women, pensioners, and those on Ine Support, are exempt from payment.
  Most people are registered with a local doctor (a GP, or General Practitioner) who is increasingly likely to be part of a health centre which serves the munity.
  As the population of Britain gets older, the hospital service now treats more patients than before, although patients spend less time in hospital. NHS hospitals—many of which were built in the nineteenth century—provide nearly half a million beds and have over 480, 000 medical staff. The NHS is the biggest employer in Europe although Britain actually spends less per person on health care than most of her European neighbours.
  During the 1980s there was considerable restructuring of the Health Service with an increased emphasis on managerial efficiency and the privatization of some services (for example, cleaning). At the end of the 1980s the government introduced proposals for further reform of the NHS, including allowing some hospitals to be self-governing, and encouraging GPs to pete for patients. Patients would be able to choose and change their family doore easily and GPs would have more financial responsibility. The political questions continue of how muoney should be provided to support the NHS and where it should e from.
  56. We can know from the first paragraph that ______.
  A. the original aim of the NHS was to provide equal basic health care for everybody
  B. people didn’t have to pay for health care since the NHS was set up
  C. patients were charged for receiving health care before 1948
  D. the NHS was an organization which gave free advice to villagers
  57. What do we know about the NHS?
  A. It’s managed by the central government.
  B. Its cost is mainly paid for by the National Insurance contributions.
  C. It hires more people than any other unit in Europe.
  D. Fewer patients go to its hospitals than before because they spend less on health care.
  58. All the following statements about GPs are true except that they ______.
  A. take care of the local people’s health
  B. often take part in petitions to see who is the best
  C. work under high pressure nowadays
  D. have more responsibilities than before
  59. What does the underlined word “exempt”probably mean?
  A. suffering B. different C. prevented D. free
  60. The biggest problem for the NHS is ______.
  A. many hospitals are too old to be used
  B. some services are in the charge of individuals
  ore and more patients go to GPs for treatment
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