1.–– Jackson: I’ve just heard that the tickets for Swan Lake have been sold out! –– Maria: Oh, no! ————————
A.I was looking forward to it.
B.It doesn’t matter.
C.It’s not at all interesting!
D.I knew it already.
2.–– Thad: Gee, Susan. I’d like a cup of coffee. –– Susan:______Is instant OK?
B.Sure I do.
3.The first rule of camping is to keep a clean camp site, so let’s tidy ______ up.
4.–– Shall I use your dictionary? –– ______
A.Certain, you may.
B.Of course, you can.
C.Surely, you can’t.
D.No, please get out.
5.–Would you like to go to the bookstore with me? – ______ I also want to buy an English dictionary.
B.It’s a good idea.
C.It doesn’t matter.
D.No, thank you.
6.–– Jackson: What’s there to do at night? –– Clerk: There are clubs, concerts, plays, and so on.______
A.You make it!
B.You name it!
C.You find it!
D.You manage it!
7.––_______ –– I’d like to see a pair of brown shoes.
A.What do you want?
B.What do you like?
C.What can I do for you?
D.Do you want to buy something?
8.It’s the training that ______ your speed, not the trainers.
9.–– Ida:______Where was I? –– Homer: You were talking about your trip to South Africa.
A.What did I hear?
B.Let’s check in.
C.Let’s back up.
D.What were you talking about?
10.–– Mickey: You look a little pale. Are you OK? –– Nancy:______, I feel terrible.
A.To speak out
B.To begin with
C.To tell you the truth
D.To sum up
11.–– Can I do anything for you? –– _____
A.No. You can’t do anything for me.
B.No, it’s alright. I can manage myself.
D.It’s my pleasure.
12.I feel tired already. I may need a ______ very soon.
13.The Chinese dream is the dream of the people. We should try our best to make our dreams ______.
14.In most museums, there’s no shouting and no running. But the Science Museum in London is ______.
15.–– Secretary: Hello.______ May I help you? –– Caller: Yes, this is Albert Cordell. May I speak to Elaine Strong, please?
B.Who are you?
C.Who is speaking?
D.I’m the secretary.
16.Xi Jinping visited Russia ______ March 22nd, 2013.
17.–– East Bouren 54655. –– Hello. Terresa here. Can I speak to Jack, please? –– ______ –– OK.
A.Who’s that speaking?
B.Could you take a message?
C.I think she’s gone shopping.
D.Hold the line, please.
18.I wonder what the children are dreaming ______.
19.–– Jessica: I got home very late last night. I hope I didn’t disturb you. –– Landlady:______
A.No. I heard a lot of noise.
B.Yes, I didn’t hear any noise.
C.Yes, I didn’t hear you.
D.No, I didn’t hear a thing.
20.–– How is your brother these days? –– He hasn’t been too well recently. –– ______What’s the matter? –– I think he’s been overworking.
A.It’ll be pleased to hear you ask after him.
B.That’s not too bad.
C.I’m sorry to hear that.
D.I’ll tell him what you said.