1.Oh my god! There＇s something wrong with the _____! I can＇t stop the car!
2.Though this has been written ____ the agreement, it is not protected ____ law.
3.What the teacher has said is true,____?
4.____ the weather, the athletic meeting will be held on time.
A.In contrast with
B.In relation to
C.On behalf of
5.People enjoy talking about “firsts”. They like to remember their first love or their first car. But, not all firsts are happy ones. Few people enjoy recalling the firsts that are bad.One of history＇s bad but important firsts was the first car accident. Autos(汽车) were still young when it happened. The crash took place in New York City. The year was 1896. The month was May. A man from Massachusetts was visiting the city in his new car. At the time, bicycle riders were still trying to get used to the new set of wheels on the road. No one is sure who was at fault. In any case, the bike and the car collided. The man on the bike was injured. The driver of the car had to stay in prison and wait for the hospital report on the bicycle rider. Luckily the rider was not killed. Three years later, another automobile accident took place. It was again in New York City. A man named Henry Bliss stepped off a streetcar. He was hit by a passing car. Once again, no one is sure just how it happened or whose fault it was. The driver of the car was put in prison. Poor Mr Bliss became the first person to die in a car accident. We can conclude that accidents with cars .
A.happened most often in New York City
B.do not happen as often as they did in the early days of the auto
C.have killed many more people since Mr Bliss was killed
D.were always the driver’s fault
6.You don’t____to go there if you have no time.
7.A cab (drew up) and an Englishman got out.
A.came to a stop
8.Buck understood that a man with a club must be (obeyed),although he did not have to be a friend.
9.____had the bell rung____the students took their seats.
10.The number of teachers in our college ____ greatly increased this term.A number of teachers in our college ____ from the countryside.
11.Be sure to write to us,____?
12.He has promised to give up ____ hundreds of times.
13.___you be happy!
14.—What courses are you going to do next term? —I don’t know. But it’s about time ____ on something.
15.Robert watched____when Jessy was playing cards. He thought she was cheating.
16.In the United States, the foreign policy is decided by the ____ government, not by each state.
17.We’re going to ____ with ____ today, aren’t we?
A.the tea,the Smiths
C.a tea,a Smith
18.He answered my questions with ____ not to be expected of an ordinary schoolboy.
19.Let’s take a rest, ____?
20.I was walking along the river____I heard a cry for help.