A.More than an hour and a half.
B.Not more than half an hour.
C.More than two hours.
D.Less than an hour and a half.
A.He went directly to the police station.
B.He drove out of the town and tried to escape.
C.He waited for the police to arrest him.
D.He argued with the police angrily.
B.At the riverside.
C.At the health center.
D.At his office.
A.Looking for a young lady.
B.Looking for her wrist watch.
C.Looking for a young gentleman.
D.Looking for a man wearing a wrist watch.
A.She worked on the draft of the American Constitution.
B.She was the chairman of the National Women's Association.
C.She was born in New York and died in Massachusetts.
D.She was an activist in the women's movement for equal rights.
A.The women of some states.
B.The women in the state of Wyoming only.
C.The members of the National Women's Association.
D.The women in the state of Massachusetts only.
A.Mr.Spears enjoyed living in prison.
B.Mr.Spears was known as a greedy man in his community.
C.The police in New York were not very efficient.
D.The only way for Mr. Spears to support his family was by going to prison again.
A.She is sure who is going to win.
B.Now it is a good time to start the game.
C.The game has been going on for a long time.
D.The same team always wins.
A.She lost her way.
B.She lost her keys.
C.She lost her car.
D.She lost her handbag.
A.It had many problems.
B.It was the most democratic country in the world.
C.It was fair to women.
D.It had some minor problems to solve.
A.Worried and frightened.
D.Angry with the professor.
A.People with problems.
B.Travels around the world.
D.People in great cities.
A.Having an interview.
B.Filling out a form.
C.Talking with his friend.
D.Asking for information.
A.The long distance between his home town and New York.
B.His unpopular character.
C.The high unemployment rate in New York.
D.His criminal record.
A.He wanted to be put in prison again.
B.He needed the money to support his family.
C.He hated the barber there.
D.He wanted to make himself well known.
A.He spent three months writing "Travels with Charley".
B.He enjoyed his travels around the United States.
C.He was fond of writing about his travels.
D.He didn't enjoy the trip as much as Charley.
A.She made a mistake by taking too few courses in the first term.
B.The courses she took were too difficult for her.
C.She took too many courses during her first term.
D.She found it difficult to deal with college courses.
A.The ideas of the paper are not convincing.
B.Some parts of the paper are not well written.
C.The handwriting of the paper is not good.
D.The paper is not complete.
A.He enjoys reading letters.
B.He has been job-hunting.
C.He is offering the woman a job.
D.He is working for a company.
A.At the very beginning of the 20th century.
B.At the end of the 19th century.
C.After Susan Anthony's death.
D.Just before Susan Anthony's death.