1.The students were all entertained in a Mexican restaurant, at Professor Brian’s ________.
2.The young man was drunk ________ two glasses of wine.
3.Never before ________ see such a terrible car accident on the road!
4.This is the ______ photo I have ever taken.
5.Is it possible for you to work late tonight? -_________.
A.I like it
B.I’ll do that
C.I’d love to
D.I think so
6.When Lily came home at 5 p.m. yesterday, her mother ______dinner in the kitchen.
7.Our class won the girls' relay race in our school's sports meeting. - _____________________
B.Thanks a lot.
D.It's a pleasure.
8.Thank you for inviting me. -_________
A.I really had a happy time.
B.Oh, it’s too late.
C.Thank you for coming.
D.Oh, so slowly
9.There is ______water in the glass, is there?
10.I wonder if I could use your computer tonight? -_________I’m not using it right now.
A.Sure, go ahead.
B.I don't know.
C.It doesn't matter.
11.________the War of Independence, the United States was an English colony.
12.This box is too heavy for me to carry upstairs. --_______-
A.You may ask for help
B.I’ll give you a hand
C.Please do me a favor
D.I’d come to help
13.Are you going on holiday for a long time? - _________
A.It was a long time
B.Two weeks ago.
C.No. Only a couple of days..
D.Not long time ago.
14.The girl is________of a film star.
15.What can I do for you? - _________
A.Let me have a watch.
B.Could you show me the watch?
C.Yes, you can. Give me the watch.
D.The watch, please don't give me the pen
16.His salary as a driver is much higher than________.
B.is a porter
C.as a porter
D.that of a porter
17.Could I borrow your car for a few day? -_________.
A.Yes, you may borrow
B.Yes, go on
C.Sure, here you are. Enjoy your journey
D.It doesn’t matter
18.Whom does the teacher explain the word to?. - _________
D.Many of them.
19.Both the kids and their parents ________ English, I think. I know it from their accent.
20.That’s a beautiful dress you have on! - ________.
A.Oh, thanks. I got it yesterday
B.Sorry, it’s too cheap
C.You can have it
D.See you later
21.A police officer claimed that he had attempted to ________paying his fare.
22.Medam,do all the buses go downtown? - ________.
A.Wow, you got the idea
B.No, never mind
C.pretty well, I guess
D.Sorry, I’m new here
23.______delicious these moon cake are!
24.His example _______ that everyone can become a useful person in society so long as he is willingto work hard.
25.How about going to dinner at the Mexican restaurant tonight? -_________
B.Sorry, I like Mexican food.
D.Glad you like it.
26.All ______ they have done is good for us all. We should understand them.
27.Some TV programs are interesting but some others are ______ and full of violence.
C.to be frightening
D.to be frightened
28.With a good command of reading skills,most students can manage to read______as they could the year before.
A.as twice fast
B.as fast as twice
C.as twice as fast
D.twice as fast
29.Wow!This is a marvelous room! I’ve never known you’re so artistic. -_________.
A.Great, I am very art-conscious
B.Don’t mention it
C.Thanks for your compliments
30.The manager will not________us to use his car.
31.It’s a good idea.But who’s going to________the plan? —I think John and Peter will.
32.We are glad that we finally managed to get into contact ________ them.
33.Thank you ever so much for the present you sent me. - ______.
A.Please don't say so
B.I'm glad you like it
D.It's not so good, I think
34.Mike is better than Peter_______swimming.
35.Although we have achieved some success, we should work harder _______ now on.
36.What can I do for you?. - ___ ______
B.Of course not.
C.I agree not
37.If I don't ________ the phone at home, ring me at work.
38.The atmosphere________certain gases mixed together in definite proportions.
B.is made up
D.makes up of
39.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
40.John and Alice got _______ last year in Las Vegas.
41.Nice to see you. I ______you for a long time.
42.I'd like to book a room, please. - _________?
A.Single or double?
B.Good or bad?
D.We don't have books here.
43.People at the party worried about him because no one was aware ________ he had gone.
B.of the place where
44.On average, a successful lawyer has to talk to several________a day.
45.Why not ________ boating with us in the park?
46.Would you mind changing seats with me? -_________.
A.Yes, you can
B.Of course, I like to
C.No, I don’t mind
D.Certainly, please do
47.What can I do for you? --__________.
A.I want a kilo of pears.
B.You can do in your own way.
D.Excuse me. I’m busy.
48.The teacher's lecture on pronunciation lasted for three hours. Many of us felt very _______ and sleepy.
49.If you observe more closely, Margaret is _______ of the two girls.
50.Jane’s dress is similar in design________her sister’s.
51.Mary told me that she _______ to the supermarket before coming home.
52.The food industry in our country is developing ______.
53.The red flower goes from one to________in the class.
54.You haven't paid for it yet. - _________
A.Oh, I'm really very sorry.
C.Not at all.
D.Of course, I know.
55.I need to go to the library today. Do you know what time it closes? - _________
B.I'm very busy now.
C.At about 5:30.
D.I don't need to go there.
56.Please help yourself to the seafood. --__________.
A.No, I can’t.
B.Sorry, I can’t help
C.well, seafood don’t suit for
D.Thanks, but I don’t like the seafood
57.How often do you go dancing? -_______.
A.I will go dancing tomorrow.
C.Every other day.
D.I’ve been dancing for a year.
58.He ______ a sum of money every month to help the two orphans.
59.Don't forget ______ your umbrella with you. It might rain in the evening.
D.to be taking
60.I didn't know what to do, but then an idea suddenly ________ to me.
1.There arethree kinds of goals: short-term, medium -range and long -term goals. Short-term goals are those that usually deal with current activities, which we can apply on a daily basis. Such goals can be achieved in a week or less, or two weeks, or possibly, months. It should be remembered that just as a building is no stronger than its foundation, long -term goals cannot amount to very much without the achievement of solid short -term goals. Upon completing our short -term goals, we should date the occasion and then add new short -term goals that will build on those that have been completed. The intermediate goals build on the foundation of the short -term goals. They might deal with just one term of school or the entire school year, or they could even extend for several years. Any time you move a step at a time, you should never allow yourself to become discouraged or overwhelmed. As you complete each step, you will enforce the belief in your ability to grow and succeed. And as your list of completion dates grow, your motivation and desire will increase. Long-term goals may be related to our dreams of the future. They might cover five years or more. Life is not a static thing. We should never allow a long -term goal to limit us or our course of action.(221 words)
2.Laws have been written to govern the use ofAmerican National Flag, and to ensure proper respect f or the flag. Custom has also governed the common practice in regard to its use. All the armed services have precise regulations on how to display the national flag. This may vary somewhat from the general rules. The national flag should be raised and lowered by hand. Do not raise the flag while it is folded. Unfolded the flag first, and then hoist it quickly to the top of the flagpole. Lower it slowly and with dignity. Place no objects on or over the flag. Do not use the flag as part of a costume or athletic uniform. Do not print it upon cushions, handkerchief, paper napkins or boxes. A federal law provides that the trademark cannot be registered if it comprises the flag, or badgers of the US. W hen the flag is used to unveil a statue or monument, it shouldn’t serve as a covering of the object to be unveiled. If it is displayed on such occasions, do not allow the flag to the ground, but let it be carried high up in the air to form a feature of the ceremony. Take every precaution to prevent the flag from soiled.It should not be allowed to touch the ground or floor, nor to brush against objects.
1.Many students find the experience of attending university lectures to be a confusing and frustrating experience. The lecturer speaks for one or two hours, perhaps## the talk with slides, writing up important information on the blackboard, distributing reading material and giving out assignment．The new student sees the other students continuously writing on notebooks and ##_ what to write. Very often the student leaves the lecture with notes which do not catch the main points and which become hard even for the students to understand. Most institutions provide courses which assist new students to develop the skills they need to be effective listeners and note－ takers. If these are unavailable, there are many useful study－skills guides which ## learners to practice these skills independently. In all cases it is important to tackle the problem before actually starting your studies. It is important to acknowledge that most students have difficulty in acquiring the language skills required in college study．One way of ## these difficulties is to attend the language and study–skills classes which most institutions provide throughout the academic year．Another basic strategy is to find a study partner ## it is possible to identify difficulties， exchange ideas and provide support．
2.Kelly is a clerk. She works in a town. She is busy from morning to ##. She gets up at six o'clock in the morning and goes to do morning exercise at half past six. Then shehas breakfast ## the family at a quarter past seven. She goes to work at a quarter past eight. She ## work at half past four and goes home. She arrives home at a quarter to five. At halfpast six she makes supper. After supper, she has a little rest. Sometimes she##TV for a littlewhile. She studies for about an hour ## she goes to bed.