A.The choice of courses.
B.A day course.
C.An evening course.
A.At a cigarette store.
B.At a bus station.
C.At a gas station.
D.At Aunt Mary’s.
D.George’s wife’s father
A.It's good for training one's character but not good for one's health
B.It cannot prepare pupils to be good citizens.
C.It has less effect on a child's character than sports and games.
D.It's as important as after-class activities.
C.The sea food.
A.They considered her lazy.
B.They saw something they had never seen.
C.They considered her foolish.
D.They saw something familiar to them.
B.From next door.
C.From the Nelson’s house.
D.From the back door.
A.His telephone went out of order.
B.The buyers had to leave soon.
C.He began to work at 08 a.m..
D.He had made an appointment with her for 08 a.m..
A.The prison gates are always open.
B.Its prisoner can work outside.
C.The prison has no armed guards.
D.The prison is open to the public.
A.Mary has never studied mathematics.
B.Mary must be good at mathematics.
C.Mary enjoys learning mathematics.
D.Mary probably is poor at mathematics.
A.Her husband had got a higher position.
B.Her husband had lost his job.
C.She wanted to have a cleaner house.
D.She wanted to move to New York.
A.The prisoners are provided with jobs on release.
B.Its prisoners are seldom made to work overtime.
C.It is run on the principle of trusting prisoners.
D.It has no security measures.
A.To the bank.
B.To a book store.
C.To a shoe store.
D.To the grocer.
A.Because pupils there have to spend most of the time studying.
B.Because the school authorities insist on traditional ways of teaching.
C.Because the school authorities have neglected discipline.
D.Because pupils there are too fond of playing.
A.She can use his car.
B.She can borrow someone else’s car.
C.She must get her car fixed.
D.She can’t borrow his car.
A.Near the train station.
B.In the countryside.
C.In the city.
D.Near her work place.