1.______ is a grammatical category of nouns in English，as illustrated by the simple sentence “We are students”. ()。
2.In its narrow sense “culture” can be defined as ______ of a population. ()。
3.The explanation for " to move heaven and earth to do something" is()。
A.to understand the nature of one's work and be competent in the performance of them"
B.to lose the opportunity to do something
C.to do something without proper material
D.to make every effort to achieve or obtain something
4.Communication with the ingredient of "feedback" can be called()。
5.“I’m disadvantaged，for I still don’t have a cent to my name. ” In the above sentence，the word “disadvantaged” means ______.()。
6.______ are used to address others to draw their attention. ()。
7.Westerners are said to be ____ in interpersonal behavior.()。
8.-________________ ' - He teaches physics in a school.()。
A.What does your father want to do?
B.Who is your father?
C.What is your father?
D.Where is your father?
9.In the United States, the black people are often referred to as ______ in which the colour of their skin that caused them troubles and sufferings is NOT mentioned in English euphemisms.()。
10.Culture is a loan word from ()。
11.The proverb "God help those who help themselves" is related to ______. (()。
12.The English equivalent for “开某人的玩笑” or “捉弄某人” is “______ ”. ()。
A.to kid somebody’s brain
B.to make one’s face
C.to get one’s hand
D.to pull somebody’s leg
13.Westerners tend to be ______ thinkers.()。
14.“Greenhouse” in English and “温室” in Chinese differ in their ______ meaning. ()
15.Which of the following is used when one fails to catch what the speaker has said? ()。
D.I beg your pardon.
16.If a compliment comes to a westerner for his good Chinese，he would reply“______ ”. ()。
A.No. No. That’s not true
B.thank you for encouraging me
C.Sorry，I can’t speaking Chinese well
D.Thank you. I am glad to hear that
17.Man: Would you like to see a movie with me tonight? Woman: It looks like raining. The above sentences are linked by ______. ()。
18.When you see an American friend having dinner, you can greet him by saying ()。
A.Hello. Have a nice dinner.
B.So, you’re having dinner.
C.How much do you have for dinner?
D.What are you eating for dinner?
19.A: What kind of material do you want me to bring? B: We are in need of many kinds of material. B' s response would be regarded by Americans as()。
20.Which sentence is correct?()
A.He lives in 25 Robertson road, Perth, Australia.
B.He lives in Perth, 25 Robertson Road, Australia.
C.He lives in Australia, Perth, 25 Robertson Road.
D.He lives in Perth, Australia, 25 Robertson Road.
1.people in high-context cultures emphasize while communicating are_____.()。
2.The meaning of the ring gesture are ()。
A.In America/Britain, it means something is good
B.In Latin America it is used as an insult;
C.In Japan it means money;
D.In France it means zero or worthless
3.Would you like a cup of tea?The possible answer is ()。
C.This way ,please.
D.Not at all.
4.The eyelid-pull means()。
A.In France and Greece: see my eye!
B.In England: don’t you think I can see it? You can’t fool me.
C.In Spain and Italy it is also related to be alert.
D.In South America: you find a woman very attractive.
5.Our body odours may be affected by ______. ()。
A.orientation of house
6.Paratactic relations refer to constructions that are linked through________. ()。
7.What’re the main forms of telecommunications?
8.______ are a category of the subjunctive mood in English.()。
9.In English-speaking countries, ______ are frequently advertised. ()。
10.The red colour is usually associated with ______ in both English speaking countries and China. ()。
1.Activity orientation refers to the use of time for self-expression and play, self-improvement and development, and work.
2.The Chinese way of showing concern for people is sometimes misunderstood by Americans "as teaching one's grandmother how to such eggs".
3.Stereotyping has its practical uses and limitations, because it helps us better understand what appears to be a mess and at the same time any generalization is very often an overgeneralization.
4.Englishmen often start with an explanation for a request before they make clear the request itself.
5.Like the Chinese, people in the English-speaking countries also avoid losing one’s face,or hurting other people by using polite expressions when giving refusals.
6.An invitation is a spoken or written request for someone's presence or participation.
7.Independence Day is on the Fourth of July.
8."She is a cat" means that the cat is female.
9.Ramadan is the ninth month on Islam’s lunar calendar and it is a time to reflect on the meaning of Islam, to rejuvenate faith.
10.Chinese kids may stay with their parents even after their marriage.