1.—Why not join us in the game?
A.OK! I'm coming
B.No, you do the same
C.Oh, that's all right
D.Don't mention it
2.She got up ________ this morning.
3.Yesterday, Peter _________ a ticket for the movie.
B.had been given
If you travel by air across the center of Africa or South America, you fly over forests for thousands of kilometers. These great forests are the oceans of trees. There are thousands and thousands of different kinds of plants and animals.
However, the world's forests are getting smaller all the time. We are cutting down the trees because we need wood, and we need more farmland. Some people say that there will not be any forests like these in 20 or 30 years. What will happen if they disappear?
If we cut down our forests, a lot of plants and animals will disappear from the world. In a lot of places the new farmland will soon look like the old deserts. Crops will not grow there. It will not rain very often, and the weather will get very hot. Perhaps the climate of the world will change. This will be dangerous for everyone in the world. That is why we must take care of our forests.
（以下为试题题干）The need for more wood and more land help to protect our forests.
5.A lot of natural resources in the mountain area are to be exploited and used.
6.He didn’t have time to read the report word for word. He just _______ it.
7.There’s lots of fruit _________ the tree．Our little cat is also in the tree．
8.I couldn't find my English-Chinese dictionary _______.
In the UK, in business situations, when you meet someone for the first time you shake hands and say, "How do you do?". This is not really a question, and the reply to it is another greeting such as "How do you do?" or "Hello" or "I'm very pleased to meet you" or, if you have met the person sometime before, "It's good to see you again".
You don't shake hands every time you meet someone, you just greet them. If you are invited to someone's house for dinner, it is usual to take a present - some chocolates or flowers or, if you know them quite well, a bottle of wine. If you do not know the host well, don't be the last person to leave. Telephone the next day to thank the host for the meal. English people don't like to talk about personal things, and tend to avoid religion, politics and money.
Good topics for small talk (闲谈) are the weather, holidays, weekend activities, gardens and architecture (建筑物), especially houses and homes. When you go to a pub or bar, it's usual to take turns to buy a drink for everyone in your group and pay for the drinks when you get them from the bar and before you drink them.
（以下为试题题干）The first paragraph tells us how to greet someone in business situations.
10.By next year, he _______ in New York for five years.
B.has been working
D.will have worked
11.That was a difficult question, but Mary still _________ to work it out.
12.You’d better take an umbrella with you _______ it should rain.
A.in case of
—Welcome to the party! ________________
B.I totally agree with you.
C.How pretty you are today!
D.Which one do you prefer?
14.It never occurred to her that such a minor mistake would cause her to lose her job.
—It’s a good idea．But who’s going to _______ the plan?
—I think John and Peter will．
16.That company doesn't take credit cards, so customers have to pay _______.-
17.In the middle of the room stands a ________ table.
A.Beautiful wooden round
B.round wooden beautiful
C.Wooden round beautiful
D.beautiful round wooden
18.This kind of material expands _______ the temperature increasing.
19.—What do you want to do?
A.No, I don’t want to do anything.
B.I want to watch TV for a change.
C.What do you want to do then?
D.How about having a picnic?
20.—Hello, may I have an appointment with the headmaster?
A.Sorry, I don't know you
B.No, you can't
C.Certainly. Wait a minute, please
D.Let me see
21.Knowing first aid (急救) is _______ to saving lives.
22.I found _______ pleasant walking along the river after supper.
23.—Do you mind if I read the newspaper on the table?
A.Good news for you
B.Go ahead, please
D.No, I can’t
24.Before I got to the cinema, the film _______.
25.—Good morning, may I speak to Mark, please?
C.Who are you?
D.Who wants to speak to Mark?
26.Eggs, though rich in nourishments, have ________ of fat.
A.a large number of
B.the large number
C.a large amount
D.the large amount
27.While I was in the university, I learned taking a photo, _________ is very useful now for me.
28._______ a teacher in a university, it is necessary to have at least a master’s degree.
29.After the Minister of Education had finished speaking at the press conference, he was made _______ all sorts of awkward questions.
30._________ the War of Independence, the United States was an English colony．
31.The football game will be played on _______.
C.the sixth of June
D.the six of June
—Congratulations! You won the first prize in today’s speech contest.
A.Yes, I beat the others
B.No, no, I didn’t do it well
33._______ the War of Independence, the United States was an English colony.
34.— Can I help you with your suitcase?
A.I have no idea
B.No, no. I can carry it myself
C.That’s a good idea
D.Thank you. I can manage myself
35.—Excuse me, would you lend me your calculator?
A.Certainly. Here you are
B.Please don’t mention it
D.Yes, I have a hand
36.She leaned _______ the wall while she was speaking to her friend.
37.Henry would never forget _______ his mother-in-law for the first time. He was so pleased with the gifts she brought for him.
38.—Will you do me a favor?
B.Yes, I do.
C.Yes, I will.
D.I’d be glad to.
39.Do you know the man _______ under the apple tree?
40.The lecture which lasted about three hours was so _________ that the audience couldn’t help sleeping.