1.I was worried about my maths, but Mr. Brown gave me an A. _________
A.Don't worry about it.
B.Congratulations! That's a difficult course.
C.Mr. Brown is very good.
D.Good luck to you!
2.I am sorry for what I have said to you.________.
A.Don’t think any more about it.
C.It’s just too bad.
D.I’m sure about that.
3.No one can possibly recall any detail about the meeting. It is at least five years since it _______.
A.had taken place
B.was taken place
D.was taking place
4.Hi, Tom, how's everything with you?___________ , and how are you?
A.Don't mention it
B.Hm, not too bad
5.She has always_______to her father, although he did not graduate from a famous university.
6.On average, a successful lawyer has to talk to several ______ a day.
7.Show me your_____hand. Can you move it like that?
8.Do you mind if I take a couple of hours off this afternoon?_______________.
B.Ok, but what for?
C.Yes, please help yourself.
D.Yes, but I don’t care.
9.The atmosphere ______ certain gases mixed together in definite proportions.
B.is made up
D.makes up of
10.It is assumed that students at an intermediate level will have a good_______of the basic structures and vocabulary of English.
11.One day while Mr. King was working, he had a/an____； his left leg was badly injured.
12.How did Mr. Jones get to the cinema? _________
B.To Mrs. Jones.
D.To the Grand Theater.
13.Hello, I’m Harry Potter.Hello, my name is Charles Green, but ________.
A.call my Charles
B.call me at Charles
C.call me Charles
D.call Charles me
14.The road_______built last year.
B.has being built
15.It’s bad _______ for you to smoke in the public places where smoking is not allowed.
16.In the fifties last century many, new cities_______in the desert.
17.How are you today?________，thank you.
18.That place is_______the south of the city.
19.Wouldn't it be______ wonderful world if all nations lived in_____peace with one another?
20.When was the building_______?