初三英语口语朗读材料(精选篇) 初三英语口语朗读材料(精选篇)
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Dear Li Jie Hi! Your name and address are in Penfriends magazine. I would like to be your penfriend. My name is Simon. My Chinese name is Li Peichun. I'm twelve years old. How old are you? I'm 163cm. I have short black hair and brown eyes. My hobby is playing chess. I live with my parents in the UK. They are from Beijing. My parents own a Chinese restaurant in Newcastle. We live in a house near our restaurant. I can speak Chinese, but I cannot write it very well. I have a brother. His name is Edwin. He is
  23. He works as an accountant in London. How many people are there in your family? What do they do? I'm in Year 7 at Walker School. It is near my house, and I can walk to school. I like my school. The teachers are very friendly. I am keen on sports. I enjoy playing rugby and badminton in winter, and tennis in summer. My best subject at school is maths. I want to be an engineer. Here is a photo of myself and some school friends, I am in the middle. Li Jie, please tell me all about yourself. Best wishes Simon
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Dear Kelly Do you like this photograph of me with my school friends? I am in glasses. Can you see me? On the right is Sally. She is British. She is my best friend at school. She is always happy to help everyone. On the left is Li Jie. I play table tennis with her every afternoon. The boys stand behind us. Sun Fei wears glasses too. He is a painter. His paintings are very beautiful. He is also a basketball player on the school team. Our school team often wins the Middle School Championship in the city. Wang Gang is a very good swimmer. He practices every morning and night. He wants to be one of the best swimmers in the world. He is the boy next to Chen Yu. Chen Yu is the tallest boy in the class. He is good at tennis. His favourite tennis player is Roger Federer. Li Ming is the boy on the right. He is not very good at sports, but he is very friendly to everyone around him. We all like him a lot. Love Liu Mei
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When I was about eight, I got a book about stars. That was the beginning of my life's work. When I was young, I did not use to have much money. I could not buy expensive things, but I had my eyes. I used to go outside every night to look at the stars. There are billions of stars in the sky?but you can only see about 3,000 with your own eyes. Get a map of the stars and begin to find your way through the sky. In different seasons, you can see different groups of stars. The shapes of these groups never change. It is easy to learn the name of each group. When you know these, you may start to look at the stars inside each group. Not all stars are the same. Some are big, and some are small. Some look white, some look red and some look blue. Sometimes, you may see a star move. However, if you see it move from one group to another, then it is not a star but a planet. You are able to see Venus and Jupiter easily. They are both very bright. It is easy to see Mars, too. It looks red. You will soon begin to learn more and more about the stars. Then you will want to find out even more about them.
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A photographer can have a very interesting life. Norman Parkinson was a famous English photographer. He liked traveling to interesting places and taking photographs. It was his hobby as well as his job. Taking photographs is a favourite hobby of many people all over the world. It can help us remember things. We all love to take photographs of each other, especially when we travel to new places. We also like to have a photograph of everybody in the group together. When we want to be in the picture, we need to ask someone to take the photograph for us. Having photographs is important because people and places always change. It is very sad, for example, if children cannot look at photographs of their parents or grandparents. What did Grandfather look like? Where did he use to live? If we do not have photographs, children may not know the answers to these questions. Photographs help us know and understand our history. This picture is more than fifty years old. Guangzhou later held the Chinese Export Commodities Fair in
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Travel Winter is behind us and people are starting to plan their summer holidays. This year, why not visit France? France is a big country, with coasts on three sides. You can swim at its good beaches. It also has many mountains, so you can go skiing. In central France, they grow crops such as sunflowers. One of the most scenic areas of central France is the Loire Valley. Kings and queens used to live in the old castles there. Paris, the capital of France, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe are world-famous. People with children will find EruoDisney a good place to visit. It is just an hour from the center of Paris, and it is like Disneyland in the USA. France is famous for its fine food such as bread and wine. These days, you can see many French foods in large cities in China. France is also famous for its art and culture. In France, you can enjoy film festivals and concerts. They will help you better understand France and the French people. Why not go and enjoy yourself in the wonderful country of France?
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People work with different parts of their bodies. A construction worker mostly uses his hands. An athlete mostly uses his or her arms and legs. Teachers use their brains for thinking, their mouths for speaking, their eyes for reading and their ears for listening. But how many people use their noses for their jobs? In fact, quite a few! A perfume maker must have a good sense of smell. A good sense of smell is also useful for working with any kind of food. A cook working in a restaurant uses his or her nose all day. He or she must have a good sense of taste as well. Firemen need to have a good sense of smell. The best firemen can smell smoke very quickly and because of this, a fireman with a good sense of smell will always be safer than one without. Close your eyes. What can you smell? Can you tell lots of different things? Yes? Then maybe you should look for a job using your nose.
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I have had a great time traveling the world, and have learnt a lot about the eating habits of people in different countries. In China, for example, people use chopsticks to eat with. They have eaten this way for thousands of years, but I found chopsticks very difficult to use. Chinese cooks usually cut the food into small pieces, and put each dish on a different plate. At dinner, everyone sits at a round table. The hostess puts the dishes of food in the middle of the table, and everyone helps themselves with chopsticks or spoons. In Shanghai, I saw people eat chicken's feet and smelly tofu. I have not seen this kind of food in the UK. In Japan, people also use chopsticks, but each person has a separate tray of food. Each tray has several small dishes and bowls of food on it. The people at a table usually do not get food from plates in the middle of the table. The most famous Japanese food is sashimi - raw fish. I found it very delicious. In the UK, people usually use a knife and fork. For a family dinner, the mother or father will put the food in the middle of the table. Everyone passes the food around. As they pass the food, they take some and put it on their plates. They often eat food like roast beef and potatoes. The father will cut off a large piece of roast beef and put it on each person's plate. They use their knife to cut the food, and their fork to eat it.
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Tea is one of the most important and popular drinks in China. There are many different kinds of tea. People always say, "We have 10,000 different kinds of tea." But mostly, we have green tea, black tea, oolong tea and white tea. There are also many different kinds of flower tea. Most people know the story about Dragon Well green tea. This tea comes from the Chinese village of Dragon Well, not far from Hangzhou. Nearly 2000 years ago, the village had many months with no rain. All of the crops were dying, and the farmers were very worried. Then a man found a dragon in a well. He asked the dragon to get out of the well. As soon as the dragon came out, it began to rain and the crops were saved. People now call the tea from that area, "Dragon Well tea". People in the UK, the USA and Australia drink tea too, but most people there like tea with a little sugar. According to doctors, green tea is very good for you. You should drink some every day. Do you?
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How do we give a computer instructions? We give a computer instructions by putting different programs into it. "Computer programmers" write computer programs. It is essential for these people not to make mistakes. Otherwise, the computer will not work well. A computer needs different programs to do different jobs. For example, playing games, writing letters and drawing pictures all need different programs. There are also different languages for different programs. To write a program, people need to know this language. Sometimes a computer programmer may know many different languages. However, computer languages are not spoken languages like Chinese or English but written languages. Also, only the computer and the programmer can understand them! CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs Many computers have CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives. A CD-ROM can hold over 300,000 pages of writing, and may also contain pictures and sounds. A DVD-ROM can hold even more information. So, you can use them on your computer to read about the most famous people in the world today. You can also see photographs or videos of people, and even listen to them speaking. According to some people, CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs will become even more popular than books.
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The Young Green Consumer Guide says that our world is in danger. We must do something to save Earth. There are many environmental problems. What are they? The greenhouse effect The writer asks us to imagine Earth inside a kind of greenhouse. The atmosphere around Earth acts like the glass. It lets sunlight in and keeps much of the warmth from getting out. It is important to us all. "Without it, Earth would be as cold and lifeless as the surface of the moon." "The trouble is that our atmosphere is changing because we are polluting it with chemicals--in the form of gases?and it is keeping in too much heat!" This will cause the level of seas to rise and drown cities and even whole countries. The act of destroying rainforests The burning and cutting down of trees is making the greenhouse effect worse because trees take in harmful gases. It will also cause floods because trees can help hold soil together, and soil absorbs water when it rains. Bad habits Many of our habits cause pollution, especially our habit of using things once and then throwing them away. This creates mountains of rubbish and it pollutes our land and seas. For example, people throw away as many as seven billion drink cans in the UK every year. That is enough to reach from Earth to the moon. How can we save Earth? In order to save our world, the book is asking us to become "green consumers". That is, we should only buy and use "environmentally friendly" things. These things will not damage the environment.
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Lang Lang is one of the youngest and most famous pianists of our time. The New York Times said "He is stunning". However, Lang Lang's story is much more interesting than this simple sentence. Lang Lang was born in 1982 in Shenyang, China. He was watching a Tom and Jerry cartoon on television when he first heard Western classical music. He was only two years old then. Lang Lang began taking piano lessons at the age of three. He won first prize in the Shenyang Piano competition only two years later. From then on, he won many awards. However, Lang Lang's success came at a price. His father was very strict with him. He was practising the piano while other children his age were playing games and having fun. When Lang Lang was nine, his father gave up his work and took Lang Lang to Beijing. There, Lang Lang entered the finest music school in China. At the age of just 17, Lang Lang got his big chance. In August 1999, at a famous musical event in the USA, a pianist suddenly fell ill. Lang Lang was chosen to play in place of that pianist. His performance was a great success and his life was changed forever. Today, Lang Lang gives about 150 performances a year. He has played with the greatest orchestras in the world such as the London Symphony Orchestra and at huge events such as the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Lang Lang says he is grateful to his parents since they have always encouraged and supported him.
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Benjamin Franklin was born in Boston, the USA on 17 January 17
  06. He was a man of many talents and interests. He was a scientist and an inventor. He was naturally curious about how things worked and was always searching for ways to improve them. In 1747, Benjamin began his experiments on electricity with some very simple quipment. These
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experiments led to a number of very important findings, but Benjamin did not actually invent electricity. However, he did invent the lightning conductor. It protects buildings and ships from damage caused by lightning. Benjamin had poor sight and needed to wear glasses. He was tired of always taking them on and off, so he invented a new pair of glass
 

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