|A．He was worried he would lose the match.|
|B．He thought it was unfair for Charlie.|
|C．He didn’t care about money.|
|D．He preferred chicken to money.|
|A．Mr. Hogan was not good at playing golf|
|B．Charlie did well in other sports before playing golf|
|C．Mr. Hogan didn’t try his best to play|
|D．Charlie Boswell was born blind|
|A．Charlie won.||B．Hogan won.|
|C．Neither of them won.||D．Not mentioned.|
|A．Competitive and generous||B．Energetic and reliable|
|C．Careful and considerate||D．Confident and smart|
|A．Mrs Smith’s pet||B．Mrs Smith’s son|
|C．a visiting student||D．a singer|
|A．cooking a meal||B．inviting David and his friend out|
|C．running after David||D．giving them drinks|
When his book Little Princes began, Conor Grennan was planning a year-long trip around the globe, a journey that began with a three-month volunteer service at the Little Princess Children’s Home, an orphanage (孤儿院）in Nepal.
Arriving there, Conor was immediately welcomed by all the children even though he had no previous experience in working with children. He quickly grew to love the job. But it wasn’t long before Conor came to learn that the children were not orphans at all—they were actually children who had been separated from their parents by a child trafficker (贩子).
This realization turned Conor’s global journey into a strong desire to try to find a way to reunite these children with their families. As a part of his efforts, Conor did a great amount of work when he was back in America. He started up a non-profit organization called Next Generation Nepal (NGN), raising funds in order to buy a house in Nepal for another children’s home. Then, back in Nepal, he began a life-changing trip into remote villages.
It is really amazing to read about Conor communicating with the children and to read his descriptions of each of them. He made me truly care about the kids. I wanted them to be able to reunite with their families, too! Unfortunately, this was simply not possible for some of the children. But there were some lucky ones. Jagrit, for example, had thought for years that both his parents were dead. So, Conor was surprised when he visited Jagrifs village and was introduced to the boy’s father!
Conor successfully found many of the families of the children and also found his future wife while in Nepal.
1. What do we know about Little Princess Children’s Home?
A. Many children ended there due to illegal trade.
B. The children in it are all orphans.
C. It is a worldwide profitable organization.
D. It has many branches all over Nepal.
2. In order to help the children, Conor ______.
a. decided to remain single
b. set up the organization NGN
c. visited some remote villages
d. fought against child traffickers
e. gave up his plan to travel worldwide
A. a, b, d B. b, c, d C. b, c, e D. c, d, e
3. It can be learned from the text that Conor Grennan______.
A. is a friend of the author B. likes teaching very much
C. has already settled in Nepal D. is the author of Little Princes