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Mobile phone has become a problem for middle schools. Some middle schools in Australia have banned(禁止) students from carrying mobile phones during school hours. Mobile phone use among children has become a problem for the school this year. Several children have got mobile phones as Christmas gifts, teachers said mobile phone use is a distraction (娱乐) to students during school hours and it also gives teachers so much trouble in their classrooms. Teachers were also saying that sometimes students might use phone messages (消息) to cheat during exams.
She said some schools had tried to ban mobile phones. Some parents felt unhappy because they couldn't get in touch with (与…联系) their children.
Many teachers said students should not have mobile phones at school, but if there was a good reason, they could leave their phones at school office. They also said there were many reasons why the students should not have mobile phones at school: they were easy to lose and were a distraction from studies.
Many people say that they understand why parents would want their children to have phones, but they think schools should let the students know when they can use their mobile phones.
Some middle schools in Australia have banned students from carrying mobile phones 1 .
A. because they are students
B. when they are free
C. when they are at school
2. We know from the passage that some children get mobile phones from 2 . .
A. the makers and sellers
B. the passers-by and strangers
C. their parents and friends
3. What does the underlined word cheat mean in the passage? 3 .
4. Some parents felt unhappy because they couldn't 4 during school hours.
A. use their mobile phones
B. get in touch with their children
C. help the teachers with their work
5. The passage tells us that 5 .
A. students shouldn't have mobile phones at school except for some special reasons
B. it is impossible to ban students from using mobile phones at school
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— See those glass doors? Go in and you will see it on your right.— ______ will it take me to walk there?
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