1.My mother has just bought me_______dress.
A） an expensive blue cotton
B） a cotton blue expensive
C） a blue expensive cotton
D） a cotton expensive blue
2.Don’t waste time or we _______ our job.
A） have never finished
B） will never finish
C） never finished
D） never finish
3.I don’t like_______ when you do something without consideration.
4.You had one of your teeth pulled out yesterday， ____？
A） had you？
B） hadn’t you？
C） did you？
D） didn’t you ？
5.The results were to ____________ yesterday， but we have heard nothing.
B） have revealed
C） be revealed
D） have been revealed
6.To handle the delicate situation， you must be____________.
A） more than careful
B） more carefully
C） carefully enough
D） enough carefully
7.The man denied ___________ any thing at the supermarket when he was questioned by the police.
A） to have stolen
B ） to steal
C ） having stolen
D ） having been stealing
8.The governess agreed to teach the temperamental child _________ she was given complete authority.
9. According to the periodic table， ____________ still some elements undiscovered.
A） there seem to be
B） it seems to be
C） it seems that
D） here seem
10. The farmer used wood to build a house ____________ to store grain.
B） in which
11. It is the young man who looked after the old woman ____ caught the murderer.
12. The naughty girl was lying when she said that he____ the eggs laid by the hen into the cupboard.
B） had laid
C） had lied
13. The reason he failed in this exam ____ he didn’t sturdy hard
A） is what
C） is because
D） is that
14. Your father was so angry with you.You____________ home without a word.
A） mustn’t leave
B） shouldn’t have left
C） couldn’t have left
D） needn’t leave
15.what’s the international language ____ all over the world？
C） be spoken
D） to speak
16.The critics considered only the undesirable qualities in the artist’s work，while ignoring or_______the more desirable ones.
17. I can’t find my gloves I must have_______ them on the bus when I came home from school.
18. His ____________ has changed but he has kept the fine qualities of a scientific researcher.
19. He can speak French and German， to_____ ___nothing of English.
20. John’s outstanding performance in the competition proved that he was a_______ winner
21. ____ change in policy is needed if relations are ever to improve.
22. I think you can find a handbook of great ____ in helping you to operate this machine.
23. I got caught in the traffic；_______I would have been here sooner.
24. You can take anything from the toolbox and use， but please _______the tools when you’ve finished with them.
A） put on
B） put down
D） put off
25.Vicky has been sad recently， for her plan to go to college ____________ at the last moment.
A） fell out
B） fell behind
C） fell through
D） fell off
26. The car manufacturer has laid_______ 1，000workers because of the drop in sales.
27. I don’t mind helping you with your English. _______， it will do me good.
28. How do you ____ about all this suggestion？
D） feel like
29.The manager thought _______ the problem for three days before he finally made the decision.
30. He ____________ a sum of money every month to help the two orphans.
A） sets aside
B） sets up
C） sets along
D） sets in
We spent a day in the country and picked a lot of flowers. Our car was full of flowers inside！ On the way home we had to stop at traffic lights，and there my wife saw the bookshelf， It stood outside a furniture （家具） shop. Buy it，she said at once. We’ll carry it home on the roof rack （车顶架）。 I’ve always wanted one like that.What could I do Ten minutes later I was twenty dollars poorer，and the bookshelf was tied on to the roof rack. It was tall and narrow， quite heavy too. As it was getting darker， I drove slowly. Other drivers seemed more polite than usual that evening. The police even stopped traffic to let us through. Carrying furniture was a good idea. After a time my wife said，There’s a long line of cars behind. Why don’t they overtake （超车）Just at that time a police car did overtake. The two officers inside looked at us seriously when they went past. But then， with a kind smile they asked us to follow their car through the busy traffic. The police car stopped at our village church. One of the officers came to me. Right， sir，he said， Do you need any more help now？I didn‘t quite understand.hanks，officer，I said， You’ve been very kind. I live just down the road.He was looking at our things： first at the flowers， then at the bookshelf. Well，well，he said and laughed. It’s a bookshelf you’ve got there！ We thought it was-or something else.My wife began to laugh. Suddenly I understood why the police drove here. I smiled at the officer. Yes， it’s a bookshelf， but thanks again.I drove home as fast as I could.
31.From the story we know that ______.
A. the writer was poor and didn’t buy the bookshelf for his wife.
B. the writer’s wife didn’t like the bookshelf at all.
C. the writer was always glad to buy something for his wife.
D. the writer was not very glad to buy the bookshelf for his wife.
32.What made the writer think that carrying furniture was a good idea？
A. He could drive slowly and it was safe.
B. Other drivers would let him go first.
C. His wife could use a new bookshelf.
D. He could save a lot of money and time.
33.Why were the police and other drivers so kind to the writer？
A. Because they thought the writer liked studying very much and needed a bookshelf.
B. Because they didn''t think it was polite to overtake a car with a bookshelf on it.
C. Because they thought somebody in the writer’s family had died and he needed help.
D. Because they thought it was dangerous to carry a bookshelf on a car.
34.Why did the writer’s wife begin to laugh？
A. Because now she knew what mistake the police had made.
B. Because at last her huand understood why the police had driven to the church.
C. Because the officer was always looking at the flowers and the bookshelf.
D. Because the police had helped them a lot.
35.when did the officers begin to realize （意识到） they had made a mistake？
A. Before they arrived at the church.
B. Before they overtook the writer’s car.
C. After one of them looked at the flowers and the bookshelf carefully at the church.
D. After the writer’s family left the church.
One day， I happened to talk to a stranger on the bus. When he found out that I was from Chicago， he told me that one of his good friends lived there and he wondered if I happened to know him. At first I wanted to say that Chicago was a very big city. He was silent （沉默） for a few minutes， and then he began to tell me all about his friend.
He told me that his friend was an excellent tennis player， and that he even had his own tennis court （网球场）。 He added that he knew a lot of people with swimming pools， but that he only knew two people in the country had their own tennis courts. And his friend in Chicago was one of them. I told him that I knew several people like that. For example， my brother and my next-door neighbor. I told him that my brother was a doctor. The doctor had a tennis court. I said that my next-door neighbor went to Sacramento last summer and lived in the house next to my brother’s. For a moment， we looked at each other. But we did not say anything.
Would your friend’s name happen to be Roland Kirkwood？I asked finally. He laughed and said， Would your brother’s name happen to be Dr. Ray Hunter It was my turn to laugh.
36.How many people does the story involve？
37. Which of the following is the title of the story？
A. On A Bus
B. Two Tennis Players
C. One In A Million
D. Chicago Is A Large City
38.The writer said that Chicago was a very big city. That means _________.
A. it was possible for him to happen to know the stranger’s friend
B. he didn’t want to find the stranger’s friend
C. it was impossible to find the stranger’s friend
D. he didn’t know the stranger’s friend
39.When the stranger told the writer that only two people in the county had their own tennis courts， he meant that __________.
A. his friend was a famous person
B. his friend was an excellent tennis player
C. the writer could find his friend
D. the writer would happen to know his friend
40.Which of the following is true？
A. The story happened in Chicago.
B. The writer’s brother lived in Sacramento.
C. Both the writer and the stranger lived in Chicago.
D. Both the writer and his brother lived in California.
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The measure of a man’s character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.
As a pupil in a public school ， Mrs Nanette ONeil 61 an arithmetic test to our class. When the papers were marked ，she discovered that twelve boys include me had made the same mistakes throughout the test. There is really nothing new 62 cheating. She asked the twelve boys tore main after class……She 63 no questions and didn’t scold us either. She just ordered us to 64 Thomas-Macaulay’s words above one hundred times.
I can say： it was the most important lesson of my life. Now， Macaulay’s words 65 __？seem to me the best yard-stick（准绳）， because they give us a way？to measure ourselves rather than others.__ 66 of us are asked to make 67 decisions about nations or wars. But all of us are called 68 daily to make lots of decisions. Should the 69 change received at the store be forgotten or returned？ Nobody will know except you. But you have to live 70 yourself， and it is always better to live with someone you respect.
Was I misjudging her？ So many slanders are written every day 71 the daily press 72 Negroes and Puerto Ricans. I hesitated 73 a long， long minute. The traditional good 74 that the most illiterate Puerto Rican passes 75 from father 76 son were struggling inside me. Here I was way past midnight， face to fact with a situation 77 could very well 78 an incident of 79 and chauvinism caused by the 80 policy of our society today.
81. The Love of Life means __________.
82.According to Freedom in Dying what a person can do for a dying friend or relative is _____________.
83.Henry played this practical joke on twelve best friends of his funeral because__________.
84.The tomorrow’s newspaper offered me the author of the text， two chances. They are__________.
85.Little Things Are Big means __________.
86.Scudder looked upon this observation the best lesson he ever had， because ________.
87.In the text Thank You， Ma am the large woman gave the small boy not only money， but also __________.
88.From I Got My B.A.by Seer Luck we can learn from the writer’s experience that __________.
89.After hearing he news of her huand’s death， Louise Mallard __________.
90.The letter A so important for Christy Brown， because__________.