1.Would you like a coffee?（ )
B.Where is my coffee
C.Yes, I prefer tea
D.No, I don't mind
2.I’d like to go to the cinema, but I’m( )to.
3.She was not( )her best in the game today.
4.In deciding( )to pursue a course of action, they try to estimate its likely impact( )the voters.
B.as ... at
C.whether ... on
D.that ... to
5.She had to( )after the first round because she sprained her wrist.
6.I always associate this song( )my school days.
7.The score was 80 to 78( )the guest team.
A.in favor of
B.in way of
C.in spite of
D.in view of
8.It is because English is very useful( )we study it hard.
9.She kept the children( )with her stories.
D.to be amused
10.The speaker lectured in( )a way that some people found it hard to understand him.
11.Would you mind turning down the TV set?（ ）
A.No, I don't mind
C.Do you mind if I turn down the TV set
D.Please don't turn down the TV set
12.( )that this small town was exposed to various kinds of dangers.
B.The year of 2003
C.It was 2003
D.It was in 2003
13.They( )the government's new policies.
C.are opposed to
D.are opposed against
14.The weather is bound to change( ).
A.soon and late
B.soon or late
C.sooner and later
D.sooner or later
15.The bad weather is responsible( )the small attendance.
16.What's the matter with you?（ )
A.It does matter
B.Not too bad
C.I don't feel well
17.I am for your proposal that the discussion about future plans( ).
A.to be put off
B.be put off
C.should put off
D.was put off
18.In his composition there were no other errors( )a few misspelled words.
19.He made a plea( )more time so that he could get the job well done.
20.( )the sun, the moon looks the biggest object in the sky.
21.I know she didn’t pass the qualifying exam, but really she is( )but stupid.
22."Do you really want to study philosophy?" the professor asked, slowly and( )emphasis( )each word.
A.placed ... in
B.placing ... on
C.being placed ... at
D.to place ... by
23.The reason( )the little boy died was lack of medical care.
24.Have I done this right?（ )
A.It is perfect
B.You'd better have it
C.I would rather you had it
D.You've had it, of course
25.Could I speak to Jane please?（ )
A.Sorry, I can't
B.What are you doing
C.Can I help you
D.I am afraid you have got the wrong number
26.Only when I got there( )how badly the crops had been damaged.
A.did I realize
C.then I realized
D.then did I realize
27.( )the drill is, it is very useful in improving your oral English.
A.Simple you consider
B.You consider simple
C.Simple as you consider
D.As simple you consider
28.( )a result( )your bad work, I am forced to dismiss you.
A.For ... to
B.Due to ... with
C.As ... of
D.Because of ... of
29.( )leisure was generally considered a waste of time.
A.Not until recently
30.Only after class( )to raise the question.
A.did he allowed
B.was he allowed
C.he was allowed
D.did he allow
31.She would have to( )her own living when she grows up.
32.It was Allen who( )with the bright idea to have a barbecue near the lake.
33.He has to( )to the chairman for all the money he spends.
34.Humor is a most( ), yet frequently neglected means of handling the difficult situations in our lives.
35.Language consists( )words which we put together into sentences.
36.If we( )everything ready by now, we should be having a terrible time tomorrow.
C.wouldn’t have got
37.In some big cities in America, there are three or four elementary schools and secondary schools,( ).
A.with each within one’s walking or cycling distance
B.each within one’s walking or cycling distance
C.it is within one’s walking or cycling distance
D.with each that is within one’s walking or cycling distance
38.Since we have a focused subject, we should not talk( ).
39.Historically, scientists and inventors are one group that seem to take full( )of relaxed moments.
40.To her disappointment, her best friend did not( )at her birthday party.
41.What's the fare to the cinema?（ )
42.When the city was( ), everyone knew that total defeat was certain.
43.Sorry to trouble you.（ )
A.It is a pleasure
B.I don't know
C.I don't think so
D.I am sorry
44.The slogan( )to remind the candidate and the staff( )the campaign focused on the nation's slow-moving economy.
A.meant ... of keeping
B.was meaning ... to keep
C.was meant ... to keep
D.had meant ... with keeping
45.We feel it a pity that he didn’t live up to( )had been expected of him.
46.When he was young, he used to spend his( )time collecting stamps.
47.Hardly had he arrived at the airport( )he was told that the flight had been cancelled.
48.It would be completely irresponsible and unethical to use drugs on people that had not been thoroughly tested ( )animals.
49.Do you finish the course or drop it?（ )
A.Yes, I was
B.I dropped it
C.Yes, I did
D.Of course not
50.We needn't( ). Everything turned( )all right in the end.
A.worry ... up
B.worry ... down
C.have worried ... out
D.have worried ... on