1.American women were ____ the right to vote until 1920 after many years of hard struggle.
2.John felt very ____ when everyone laughed at his question.
3.With prices ____so much, it’s hard for the company to plan a budget.
4.This design is ____ that one.
A.more superior to
B.far superior than
C.more superior than
D.far superior to
5.I support your decision , but I should also make it clear that I am not going to be ____ to it.
6.The “Chinese Dream” is ____ dream to improve people’s well-being and ____ dream of harmony, peace and development.
7.Richard doesn’t think he could ever____ what is called “free-style” poetry.
8.13．What you have done is ____ the doctor’s orders.
9.On cloudy nights it is not possible to see the stars with ____ eye.
10.The bank manager asked his assistant if it was possible for him to____ the investment plan within a week.
11.Today many kinds of electrical ____ are available, which has made housework much easier than before.
12.The Chinese nation is____ for its diligence and courage.
13.Frequent cultural exchange will certainly help ____friendly relations between our two universities.
14.____she finds out that you've lost her dog?
15.____ right now, she would not be late for the class.
A.Would she leave
B.If she leave
C.Were she to leave
D.If she had left
16.Californians and New Englanders speak the same language and ____by the same federal laws.
17.They ____ through the woods talking about the current affairs.
18.The Song Dynasty contributed three great inventions____ world civilization.
19.You can’t see through a telescope unless it is ____ correctly to your sight.
20.She shouldn't have stood in a queue; she ____ her underground ticket from the machine.
B.must have got
C.could have got
21.Such a difficult operation may not succeed, it’s a(n）____ gamble.
22.A really powerful speaker can ____ the feelings of the audience to the fever of excitement.
23.Many new ____ will be opened up in the future for those with a university education.
24.I left for the school earlier than usual this morning ____ traffic jam.
A.in terms of
B.in case of
C.for the sake of
D.at the risk of
25.Young children easily ____ words that their parents frequently use.
26.The teacher____ me____ for disobedience.
27.In this experiment, they are wakened several times during the night, and asked to report what they ____.
A.had been dreaming
B.have been dreaming
28.Achieving a high degree of proficiency in English as a foreign language is not a mysterious ____ without scientific basis.
29.Difficulties and hardships have ____the best qualities of the young geologist.
30.I wondered what her ____ to the news would be.
31.The medical record shows that it was the drug, not the disease, ____ killed him several years ago.
A.the effects of which
B.the effects of it
32.____ nothing more to discuss, the secretary-general got to his feet, said goodbye and left the room.
D.As there being
33.An ambulance must have priority as it usually has to deal with some kind of ____.
34.Michelle found a job as a high school teacher which ____ spending quite a lot of time with students.
35.When confronted with such questions , my mind goes ____, and I can hardly remember my own date of birth.
36.If you don’t put the food in the refrigerator, it may go ____.
37.Don't worry．____ that you will be treated equally.
A.I'll look forward to it
B.I'll try my utmost
C.I'll be on the alert
D.I'll see to it
38.At our factory there are a few machines similar to____described in this magazine.
39.If you don't work hard, you are bound to fall behind others, ____ smart you might be.
40.The workers agreed to ____ the strike if the company would satisfy their demand.
41.It was several hours before I was ____ of what was happening.
42.In this factory , suggestions often have to wait for months before they are fully ____.
43.The applicant filled in the form，but he didn't know which office room ____.
A.to send it to
B.to be sent to
C.to have it sent to
D.to send it
44.He has never felt himself so powerfully ____to the scientific ideal.
45.The tourist will be prevented from entering a country if he does not have ____ passport.
46.His discovery counts ____nothing though he tried very hard.
47.The map was drawn to the standard____ of 1/100,000 so there was not much detail.
48.More than two hundred years ago the United States ____ form the British Empire and became an independent country.
49.The English language contains a(n）____of words which are comparatively seldom used in ordinary conversation.
50.There were no tickets ____ for Friday's performance.