67. Would you mind _____ （rephrase） the question， please.
68. They used to _____ （work） twelve or fourteen hours a day at that time.
69. An organization is a group of people， and a decision __ （make） today may have consequences far into the future.
70. For managers， every decision has constraints _____ （base） on policies， procedures and laws.
71. As I'll be away for a year， I'd appreciate _____ （hear） from you now and then.
72. What developed was a music readily _____ （take） on various forms and capable of an almost limitless range of expression.
73. Many other new techniques are available that enable more research _____ （do） in the test tube.
74. _____ （not， get）enough hands， she had great difficulty in accomplishing the task.
75. A Filipino maid was executed in Singapore after _____ （convict） of murder.
76. With apples at 25 cents a pound， we couldn't resist _____ （take） four pounds.
77. When _____ （give） the chance， it is quite possible for him to fulfill the task within ten days.
78. I'll be only too pleased _____ （help） out those who are in difficulty.
79. Television is another major instrument of communication， _____ （permit） us to see as well as to hear the performer.
80.There are several means _____ （measure） the length and width of the gap.
81. _____ （seize） Jane by the collar， they dragged her out of the vehicle and locked her up in the dark room.
82.I couldn't help but _____ （feel） this is a very strange life.
83. _____ （use ） economically， one tin of oil will last at least three months.
84.It seems reasonable to assume that， other things _____ （be） equal， they would prefer single to shared rooms.
85. With the strike _____ （settle）， the work on the new assembly line went ahead like wildfire.
86. People appreciate _____ （talk） with him because he is knowledgeable and humorous.
87. Since the author did not stick to the topic， I found his article very _____ （confuse） and hard to follow.
88. You may find yourself _____ （face） one interviewer or panel.
89. _____ （understand） the effects of apartheid it is necessary to think of the daily lives of the people.
90. The domestics can have their passports removed， _____ （make） leaving or “escaping” virtually impossible.
91. Miss Hannah Arent was the first person _____ （define） the difference between work and labor.
92. I would rather he _____（buy）the house next year.
93.They demanded that the right to vote _____（give）to every adult person.
94.The manager told us to be friendly to the visitors as if we _____ （meet） them before.
95.If it hadn't been for your help， we _____ （be） in real trouble.
96.If you had come earlier， you _____ （not miss） the first act of the play.
97.He would have given you more help， if he _____ （not be） so busy.
98. I would recommend that you _____ （think） about doing something similar for yourself.
99. She treats me as if I _____ （be） a stranger.
100. It's time something _____ （do） about the traffic problem downtown.
101. It was imperative that students _____ （finish） their papers before July 1st.
102. It is high time that we _____ （take） firm measures to protect our environment.
103. Had he been treated well， he _____ （get over） this disease.
104. If only the board _____ （approve） the proposal and put it into effect.
105. If thalidomide _____ （invent） today， it would never be released for human use because new tests on pregnant animals would reveal the dangers.
106. He _________（write） her 10 letters since he met her last years.
107. I think it necessary for him ________ （finish） the work in time.
108. The house is ______ （complete） before his brother's wedding ceremony.
109. You had better ________ （bring） enough money with you.
110. If I hadn't listened to you， I would _______ （make） such a silly mistake.
111. The three players repeatedly denied ________ （take） any drug.
112. People who are entitled to ________ （vote） should be over eighteen.
113. If she ______（catch） the 10 O'clock train， she can get there by lunch time.
1.It was there， the police believe， _____ she was able to activate the recorder she kept in her bag.
A. until B. which C. that D. when
2.It is not yet known _____ computers will one day have vision as good as human vision.
A. whether B. if C. that D. how
3.Such attitudes amount to a belief _____ leisure can and should be put to good use.
A. which B. if C. whether D. that
4. Many of us visited the industrial exhibition，____， to our disappointment， we saw very few high-tech （高技术） products.
A. where B. which C. as D. that
5. On the other hand concern is also growing about the possibility of a new economic order _____ resource-rich nations of the Third World would combine to set high commodity prices.
A. which B. what C. that D. in that
6.Studies have shown _____ teenagers often suffer from depression.
A. that B. which C .in which D. in that
7. It is becoming increasingly clear to policy-makers schools cannot solve all the problems of the larger community.
A. that B. what C. when D. who
9. There is no doubt _____ a large number of people have benefited from heart surgery.
A. what B. of C. if D. that
10. Such people _____ you describe are nowadays.
A. as B. that C. who D. which
11. Was it in that school _____ he developed his interest in physics？
A. which B. from which C. where D. that
12. Why do you blame him for his poor judgment on the matter _____ he really needs is encouragement？
A. when that B. since that C. when what D. now that
13. _____， I couldn't get a job in this company.
A. Try as I might B. As I might try C. Try though I might D. I might try
14. It is a well-known fact ____ a person will move in a circle when he cannot use his eyes to control his direction.
A. that B. if C. when D. whether
15. Very few people understood this contract， _____was very obscure.
A. the language B. the language of which C. all it said D. which it had said
16. Management often works hard to set up a situation _____work is done in series.
A. that B. where C. which D. what
17. Although Tom is satisfied with his academic achievement， he wonders ____will happen to his family life.
A. it B. that C. what D. this
18. We cannot leave this tough job to a person _____.
A. who nobody has confidence B. in whom nobody has confidence
C. for whom nobody has confidence D. who everyone has confidence of
19. Six out of every ten prisoners in chains are black， which is _____ the chain gangs call up images of slavery in centuries gone by.
A. where B. when C. what D. why
20.Robots differ from automatic machines _____ after completion of one specific task， they can be reprogrammed by a computer to do another one.
A. so that B. in which C. given that D. in that
21. His name will be crossed out from the list _____ he makes the same mistake again.
A. if B. unless C. because D. though
22. Five minutes earlier， _____we may have caught the gunman.
A. and B. but C. or D. so