1.Don't forget ______ your umbrella with you. It might rain in the evening.
D.to be taking
2.The teacher's lecture on pronunciation lasted for three hours. Many of us felt very _______ and sleepy.
3._______playing basketball here? --- Sorry, we'll leave right away.
A.Would you mind not
B.Would you don't mind
C.Would you mind no
D.Would you mind
4.I didn't mean to do that. Please forgive me. - _________
A.Not too bad.
B.That's all right.
C.It's a pleasure.
5.You haven't paid for it yet. - _________
A.Oh, I'm really very sorry.
C.Not at all.
D.Of course, I know.
6.Therefore, other things _______ equal, the member of workers that employers want decreases.
7.No matter________, the little sisters managed to round the sheep up and drive them back home safely.
A.it was snowing hard
B.hard it was snowing
C.how it was snowing hard
D.how hard it was snowing
8.It’s time we ________the lecture because everybody has arrived.
9.We are glad that we finally managed to get into contact ________ them.
10._________? --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 now
11.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
12.How was your trip to London, Jane? -_________.
A.Oh, wonderful indeed
B.I went there alone
C.The guide showed me the way
D.By plane and by bus
13.Would you like to see a film? - _________
A.Yes, I'd love to.
B.Do it, please.
C.No, you like it?
D.How do you do?
14.Hello, I’m Harry Potter. -Hello, my name is Charles Green, but ________.
A.call my Charles
B.call me at Charles
C.call me Charles
D.call Charles me
15.Thanks for the lovely and delicious food. - ___________.
16.He ______ a sum of money every month to help the two orphans.
17.His example _______ that everyone can become a useful person in society so long as he is willingto work hard.
18.Jane’s dress is similar in design________her sister’s.
19.Mary told me that she _______ to the supermarket before coming home.
20.I ______ my home work this time yesterday evening.
B.was to do
21.It’s bad________for you to smoke in the public places where smoking is not allowed.
22.What will be the population of our country by the end of __________？
B.the twenty-one century
C.the twenty-first century
23.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
24.Marilyn, I’m afraid I have to be leaving now. -_________
A.That sounds wonderful.
B.Oh, so early?
C.Not at all.
25.What is she? - _________?
A.She is a typist.
B.She is talking to her friend.
C.She is having a holiday.
D.She is my sister.
26.Some TV programs are interesting but some others are ______ and full of violence.
C.to be frightening
D.to be frightened
27.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
28.Your father likes playing golf, he's really enthusiastic _______it.
29.Nice to see you. I ______you for a long time.
30.Would you like some more? - _______. I'm full.
B.I'd love to
C.No, I wouldn't
31.Why didn’t you come to my birthday party yesterday? -- ________.
A.Excuse me, my friend sent me a flower
B.Fine, I never go to birthday parties
C.Well, I don’t like birthday parties
D.Sorry, but my wife had a car accident
32.As the bus came round the corner，it ran ______ a big tree by the roadside.
33.There’s lots of fruit________the tree.Our little cat is also in the tree.
34.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
35.If she wants to stay thin, she must make a _______in her diet.
36.Neither John________his father was able to wake up early enough to catch the morning train.
37.Is there anyone in your family looking for a job? - Yes, my sister is. She is _______part time in a restaurant now, but she wants to change her job.
38.You shouldn’t _______ your time like that, Bob; you have to finish your school work tonight.
39.You have a good voice - ____ _____?
B.Not at all
C.Just so so
D.My voice isn't good
40.Hey, Tom, what’s up? -___________.
B.Oh, not much.
C.What is happening in your life?
D.You are lucky.
41.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
42.Did you notice the guy ______ head looked like a big potato?
43.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
44.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.
45.Two days is not enough for him to finish the work.He needs________day.
46.I look forward to _______from you.
47.It’s a good idea.But who’s going to________the plan? —I think John and Peter will.
48.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
49.Who’s that speaking?/ Who’s speaking? --This is Tom.
50.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
51.Do you want to wait? - Five days ________ too long for me to wait.
52.Whom does the teacher explain the word to?. - _________
D.Many of them.
53.Hi, welcome back! Had a nice trip? —____________
A.Oh, fantastic! Fresh air, and sunshine every day.
B.Come on, I’ve got lots of fun.
C.By the way, I don’t like Saturdays.
D.Well, I’ll look forward to your phone call.
54.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
55.This kind of material expands ________the temperature increasing.
56.His salary as a driver is much higher than________.
B.is a porter
C.as a porter
D.that of a porter
57.All ______ they have done is good for us all. We should understand them.
58.Although we have achieved some success, we should work harder _______ now on.
59.I'd like to book a room, please. - _________?
A.Single or double?
B.Good or bad?
D.We don't have books here.
60.The league secretary and monitor ______asked to make a speech at the meeting.
1.Many people who work inLondonprefer to live outside it, and to go in to their offices or schools every day by train, car or bus, even though this means they have to get up early in the morning and reach home late in the evening. One advantage of living outside London is that houses are cheaper. Even a small flat in London without a garden costs quite a lot to rent.With the same money, one can get a little house in the country with a garden of one’s own. Then, in the country one can reallyget away fromthe noise and hurry of busy working lives. Even though weekends and on summer evenings, one can enjoy the fresh, clean air of the country. If one likes gardens, one can spend one s free time digging, planting, watering and doing the hundred and one other jobs which are needed in a garden. T hen, when the flowers and vegetables come up, one has got the reward together with those who have shared the secret of Nature. Some people, however, take no interest in country things: for them, happiness lies in the town, with its cinemas and theatres, beautiful shops and busy streets, dance -halls and restaurants. Such people would feel that their life was not worth living if they had to live it outside London. A n occasional walk in one of the parks and a fortnight’s (two weeks) visit to the sea every summer is all the country they want: the rest they are quite prepared to leave to those who are glad to get away from London every night.
2.Community serviceis an important component of education here at our university. We encourage all students to volunteer for at least one community activity before they graduate. A new community program called“One On One”helps elementary students who’ve fallen behind. Your education majors might be especially interested in it because it offers the opportunity to do some teaching, that is, tutoring in math and English. You’d have to volunteer two hours a week for one semester. You can choose to help a child with math, English, or both. Half -hour lessons are fine, so you could do a half hour of each subject two days a week. Professor Dodge will act as a mentor to the tutors—he’ll be available to help you with lesson plans or to offer suggest ions for activities. He has office hours every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. You can sign up for the program with him and begin the tutoring next week. I’m sure you’ll enjoy this community service,and you’ll gain valuable experience at the same time. It looks good on your resume, too, showing that you’ve had experience with children and that you care about your community. If you’d like to sign up, or if you have any questions, stop by Professor Dodge’s office this week. (220 words)
1.A hot dog is one of the most popular American foods. It was, named after Frankfimer, aGerman food. You may hear “hot dog” used in other ways. People sometimes say “hot dog”to express ##. For example, a friend may ask ## you would like to go to the cinema. You might say,“Great! I would love to go.”Or, you could say,“ Hot dog! I would love to go.” People ## use the expression to describe someone who is a“show-off”, who tries toshow everyone else how great he is. You often hear such ## called a “hot dog”. He may be abaseball player for example, who catches the ball with one hand, making a(n) ## catch seemmore difficult. You know he is a hot dog because when he makes such a catch, he bows to the crowd,hoping to win their cheers.
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.