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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. The Mother Goose Stories, so well known to children all over the word, are commonly said to have been written by a little old woman for her grandchildren. According to some people, she lived in Boston, and her real name was Elizabeth Vergoose. Her son-in-law, a printer named Thomas Fleet, was supposed to have published the famous stories and poems for small children in 1719. However, no copy of this book has ever been found, and most scholars doubt the truth of this story—and doubt, moreover, that Mother Goose was ever a real person. They point out that the name is a direct translation of the French “Mere I’ Oye.” In 1697 the Frenchman Charles Perrault published the first book in which this name was used. The collection contains eight tales, including “Sleeping Beauty,” “Cinderella,” and “Puss in Boots.” But Perrault did not originate these stories; they were already quite popular in his day, and he only collected them. 1. What is suppssed to have happened in 1719? A.Elizabeth Vergoose wrote the first Mother Goose Stories. B.Thomas Fleet published the Mother Goose Stories. C.The Mother Goose Stories were translated into French. D.Charles Perrault published the first Mother Goose Stories.
AElizabeth Vergoose wrote the first Mother Goose Stories.
BThe Mother Goose Stories were translated into French.
CThomas Fleet published the Mother Goose Stories.
DCharles Perrault published the first Mother Goose Stories.
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Insure means to protect _1_ a loss of money. Most people can budget their money so that their income will cover expected expenses _2_ food, clothing, housing, and public services. But, there is no way to know _3_ who will suffer a crisis (危机) such as a serious illness, fire, flood, or a car accident. Such crises usually _4_ great expense. Even if people could predict crises, it would be hard to save enough money to _5_ the expenses. Insurance is a system _6_ a company collects money from many individuals and then pays certain expenses whenever one of those insured individuals is faced with a certain crisis. An insurance policy _7_ how much the insurance costs and how much the company will pay when a policy holder is faced with a certain crisis. There are many different kinds of insurance, _8_ hospital, motor-car and fire. Insurance can be rather expensive but most people buy insurance of some kind. Insurance is something _9_ people buy and hope they will _10_ need. 3.A. predict B. ahead C. in advance D. earlier
Aahead
Bearlier
Cpredict
Din advance
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. This is an old story. People tell it to children all over the world. Cinderella’s father and mother _1_. She lived with her aunt. Her aunt had two daughters. All of them Cinderella because she was beautiful. They made her _2_ in the house all day long. One day, the Prince was _3_. The king asked all the ladies in the land to come to a great dance. _4_ the dance the Prince would choose his wife. When Cinderella heard about the dance, she wanted to go. Her aunt and the ugly sisters laughed and said, “You can’t go.” Then they went off to the dance. Poor Cinderella sat by the fire _5_. _6_ she heard a gentle voice saying, “Don’t cry, Cinderella, you shall go to the dance. I will help you.” Cinderella _7_ and saw a little old lady. She waved her stick at Cinderella. Suddenly she was wearing a wonderful dress. “Now go to the dance.” said the little lady. Cinderella enjoyed the dance very much. The Prince danced with her _8_. Suddenly the clock began to strike twelve. She hurried back home. She lost one of her glass shoes _9_. The next day, the Prince sent men to all parts of the country with the glass shoe. “If anyone can wear this small shoe,” he said, “She must be the beautiful lady, and I will marry her.” When the men brought the shoe to the ugly sisters, they both pretended _10_ the shoe, but their feet were big and the shoe was small. The man laughed. “Let Cinderella try.” Said one of the men. Cinderella put the shoe on easily. Then the Prince married her, and they lived happily ever after. 4.A. During the night of B. At the night of C. One the night of D. In the night of
AOne the night of
BIn the night of
CDuring the night of
DAt the night of
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. I’d like to take __________ of this opportunity to thank all of you for your co-operation.
Aoccasion
Bbenefit
Cadvantage
Dprofit
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. In copying this paper, be careful not to leave __________ any words.
Aoff
Bout
Cbehind
Dalone
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Insure means to protect _1_ a loss of money. Most people can budget their money so that their income will cover expected expenses _2_ food, clothing, housing, and public services. But, there is no way to know _3_ who will suffer a crisis (危机) such as a serious illness, fire, flood, or a car accident. Such crises usually _4_ great expense. Even if people could predict crises, it would be hard to save enough money to _5_ the expenses. Insurance is a system _6_ a company collects money from many individuals and then pays certain expenses whenever one of those insured individuals is faced with a certain crisis. An insurance policy _7_ how much the insurance costs and how much the company will pay when a policy holder is faced with a certain crisis. There are many different kinds of insurance, _8_ hospital, motor-car and fire. Insurance can be rather expensive but most people buy insurance of some kind. Insurance is something _9_ people buy and hope they will _10_ need. 10.A. never B. ever C. sometimes D. often
Anever
Bsometimes
Coften
Dever
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. This is an old story. People tell it to children all over the world. Cinderella’s father and mother _1_. She lived with her aunt. Her aunt had two daughters. All of them Cinderella because she was beautiful. They made her _2_ in the house all day long. One day, the Prince was _3_. The king asked all the ladies in the land to come to a great dance. _4_ the dance the Prince would choose his wife. When Cinderella heard about the dance, she wanted to go. Her aunt and the ugly sisters laughed and said, “You can’t go.” Then they went off to the dance. Poor Cinderella sat by the fire _5_. _6_ she heard a gentle voice saying, “Don’t cry, Cinderella, you shall go to the dance. I will help you.” Cinderella _7_ and saw a little old lady. She waved her stick at Cinderella. Suddenly she was wearing a wonderful dress. “Now go to the dance.” said the little lady. Cinderella enjoyed the dance very much. The Prince danced with her _8_. Suddenly the clock began to strike twelve. She hurried back home. She lost one of her glass shoes _9_. The next day, the Prince sent men to all parts of the country with the glass shoe. “If anyone can wear this small shoe,” he said, “She must be the beautiful lady, and I will marry her.” When the men brought the shoe to the ugly sisters, they both pretended _10_ the shoe, but their feet were big and the shoe was small. The man laughed. “Let Cinderella try.” Said one of the men. Cinderella put the shoe on easily. Then the Prince married her, and they lived happily ever after. 6.A. Sudden B. All on sudden C. On sudden D. All of a sudden
ASudden
BAll on sudden
COn sudden
DAll of a sudden
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. "For tonight’s homework, do pages forty and forty-one in the workbook." "Professor Hones, I think that is _______ work."
Amuch the more
Btoo hard
Chardest
Dmuch too much
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. The Mother Goose Stories, so well known to children all over the word, are commonly said to have been written by a little old woman for her grandchildren. According to some people, she lived in Boston, and her real name was Elizabeth Vergoose. Her son-in-law, a printer named Thomas Fleet, was supposed to have published the famous stories and poems for small children in 1719. However, no copy of this book has ever been found, and most scholars doubt the truth of this story—and doubt, moreover, that Mother Goose was ever a real person. They point out that the name is a direct translation of the French “Mere I’ Oye.” In 1697 the Frenchman Charles Perrault published the first book in which this name was used. The collection contains eight tales, including “Sleeping Beauty,” “Cinderella,” and “Puss in Boots.” But Perrault did not originate these stories; they were already quite popular in his day, and he only collected them. 5. On the basis of this passage, what may be concluded about the real origin of stories “Sleeping Beauty” and “Cinderella”? A.They were invented by Elizabeth Vergoose. B.They were invented by Thomas Fleet. C.They were invented by Charles Perrault. D.Their writers are unknown.
AThey were invented by Elizabeth Vergoose.
BThey were invented by Charles Perrault.
CThey were invented by Thomas Fleet.
DTheir writers are unknown.
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. _______ is easily seen.
AThe economic’s reform advantage
BThe advantage of the economic reform
CThe economic reform’s advantage
DThe reform of the economic advantage
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. Researchers have found that REM (rapid eye movement) sleep is important to human beings. This type of sleep generally occurs four or five times during one night of sleep lasting five minutes to forty minutes for each occurrence. The deeper a person’s sleep becomes, the longer the periods of rapid eye movement. There are physical charges in the body to show that a person has changed from NREM (non-rapid eye movement) to REM sleep. Breathing becomes faster, the heart rate increases, and, as the name implies, the eyes begin to move quickly. Accompanying these physical changes in the body is a very important characteristic of REM sleep. It is during REM sleep that a person dreams. 1. According to the passage, how often does REM sleep occur in one night? A. Once B. Twice C. Four of five times D. Forty times
AOnce
BFour of five times
CForty times
DTwice
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. Banks are not ordinarily prepared to pay out all accounts; they rely on depositors (储户) not to demand payment all at the same time. If depositors should come to fear that a bank is not safe, that it cannot pay off all its depositors, then that fear might cause all the depositors to appear on the same day. If they did, the bank could not pay all accounts. However, if they did not all appear at once, then there would always be enough money to pay those who wanted their money when they wanted it. Mrs. Elsie Vaught has told us of a terrifying bank run that she experienced. One day in December of 1925 several banks failed to open in a city where Mrs. Vaught lived. The other banks expected a run the next day, and so the officers of the bank in which Mrs Vaught worked as a teller had enough money on hand to pay off their depositors. The officers simply told the tellers to pay on demand. The next morning a crowd gathered in the bank and on the sidewalk outside. The length of the line made many think that the bank could not possibly pay off everyone. People began to push and then to fight for places near the tellers’ windows, The power of the panic atmosphere was such that two tellers, though they knew that the bank was quite all right and could pay all depositors, drew their own money from the bank. Mrs Vaught says that she had difficulty keeping herself from doing the same. 3. The main cause of a bank run is _______. A. loss of confidence B. lack of money C. crowds of people D. inexperienced tellers
Acrowds of people
Bloss of confidence
Clack of money
Dinexperienced tellers
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. Banks are not ordinarily prepared to pay out all accounts; they rely on depositors (储户) not to demand payment all at the same time. If depositors should come to fear that a bank is not safe, that it cannot pay off all its depositors, then that fear might cause all the depositors to appear on the same day. If they did, the bank could not pay all accounts. However, if they did not all appear at once, then there would always be enough money to pay those who wanted their money when they wanted it. Mrs. Elsie Vaught has told us of a terrifying bank run that she experienced. One day in December of 1925 several banks failed to open in a city where Mrs. Vaught lived. The other banks expected a run the next day, and so the officers of the bank in which Mrs Vaught worked as a teller had enough money on hand to pay off their depositors. The officers simply told the tellers to pay on demand. The next morning a crowd gathered in the bank and on the sidewalk outside. The length of the line made many think that the bank could not possibly pay off everyone. People began to push and then to fight for places near the tellers’ windows, The power of the panic atmosphere was such that two tellers, though they knew that the bank was quite all right and could pay all depositors, drew their own money from the bank. Mrs Vaught says that she had difficulty keeping herself from doing the same. 2. The tellers in Mrs. Vaught’s bank were told to ________. A.explain why they could not pay out all accounts B.pay out accounts as requested C.make the depositors believe that the bank was stand D.pay out money as slowly as possible
Apay out accounts as requested
Bmake the depositors believe that the bank was stand
Cpay out money as slowly as possible
Dexplain why they could not pay out all accounts
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Insure means to protect _1_ a loss of money. Most people can budget their money so that their income will cover expected expenses _2_ food, clothing, housing, and public services. But, there is no way to know _3_ who will suffer a crisis (危机) such as a serious illness, fire, flood, or a car accident. Such crises usually _4_ great expense. Even if people could predict crises, it would be hard to save enough money to _5_ the expenses. Insurance is a system _6_ a company collects money from many individuals and then pays certain expenses whenever one of those insured individuals is faced with a certain crisis. An insurance policy _7_ how much the insurance costs and how much the company will pay when a policy holder is faced with a certain crisis. There are many different kinds of insurance, _8_ hospital, motor-car and fire. Insurance can be rather expensive but most people buy insurance of some kind. Insurance is something _9_ people buy and hope they will _10_ need. 7. A. said B. agree C. make sure D. states
Amake sure
Bagree
Cstates
Dsaid
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. This is an old story. People tell it to children all over the world. Cinderella’s father and mother _1_. She lived with her aunt. Her aunt had two daughters. All of them Cinderella because she was beautiful. They made her _2_ in the house all day long. One day, the Prince was _3_. The king asked all the ladies in the land to come to a great dance. _4_ the dance the Prince would choose his wife. When Cinderella heard about the dance, she wanted to go. Her aunt and the ugly sisters laughed and said, “You can’t go.” Then they went off to the dance. Poor Cinderella sat by the fire _5_. _6_ she heard a gentle voice saying, “Don’t cry, Cinderella, you shall go to the dance. I will help you.” Cinderella _7_ and saw a little old lady. She waved her stick at Cinderella. Suddenly she was wearing a wonderful dress. “Now go to the dance.” said the little lady. Cinderella enjoyed the dance very much. The Prince danced with her _8_. Suddenly the clock began to strike twelve. She hurried back home. She lost one of her glass shoes _9_. The next day, the Prince sent men to all parts of the country with the glass shoe. “If anyone can wear this small shoe,” he said, “She must be the beautiful lady, and I will marry her.” When the men brought the shoe to the ugly sisters, they both pretended _10_ the shoe, but their feet were big and the shoe was small. The man laughed. “Let Cinderella try.” Said one of the men. Cinderella put the shoe on easily. Then the Prince married her, and they lived happily ever after. 7.A. looked up B. looked at C. looked for D. looked down
Alooked for
Blooked at
Clooked down
Dlooked up
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. She wouldn’t even take a drink, _____________ stay for dinner.
Amuch more
Bmuch lesser
Cmuch few
Dmuch less
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. This boy is able to repeat from memory ______ 200 short poems.
Aup to
Bas to
Cas far
Dup till
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. We finally __________ an agreement after a lot of hard bargaining.
Adrove
Barrived
Creached
Ddid
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. In Shanghai, city planners have made many places for green belts and garden _____.
Alots
Bplaces
Cspaces
Dstrips
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. It seems very difficult _______.
Ato stop the child to cry
Bholding the child’s crying
Cto keep the child from crying
Drestraining the child to cry
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. This is an old story. People tell it to children all over the world. Cinderella’s father and mother _1_. She lived with her aunt. Her aunt had two daughters. All of them Cinderella because she was beautiful. They made her _2_ in the house all day long. One day, the Prince was _3_. The king asked all the ladies in the land to come to a great dance. _4_ the dance the Prince would choose his wife. When Cinderella heard about the dance, she wanted to go. Her aunt and the ugly sisters laughed and said, “You can’t go.” Then they went off to the dance. Poor Cinderella sat by the fire _5_. _6_ she heard a gentle voice saying, “Don’t cry, Cinderella, you shall go to the dance. I will help you.” Cinderella _7_ and saw a little old lady. She waved her stick at Cinderella. Suddenly she was wearing a wonderful dress. “Now go to the dance.” said the little lady. Cinderella enjoyed the dance very much. The Prince danced with her _8_. Suddenly the clock began to strike twelve. She hurried back home. She lost one of her glass shoes _9_. The next day, the Prince sent men to all parts of the country with the glass shoe. “If anyone can wear this small shoe,” he said, “She must be the beautiful lady, and I will marry her.” When the men brought the shoe to the ugly sisters, they both pretended _10_ the shoe, but their feet were big and the shoe was small. The man laughed. “Let Cinderella try.” Said one of the men. Cinderella put the shoe on easily. Then the Prince married her, and they lived happily ever after. 3.A. old enough to be married with B. old enough to marry C. old enough to marry with D. old enough to be married
Aold enough to marry
Bold enough to marry with
Cold enough to be married with
Dold enough to be married
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. He didn’t live up to ____________ had been expected of him.
Awhat
Bthat
Call
Dwhich
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. She did not feel ______________ going out, as she had a slight headache.
Afor
Bafter
Clike
Dabout
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Insure means to protect _1_ a loss of money. Most people can budget their money so that their income will cover expected expenses _2_ food, clothing, housing, and public services. But, there is no way to know _3_ who will suffer a crisis (危机) such as a serious illness, fire, flood, or a car accident. Such crises usually _4_ great expense. Even if people could predict crises, it would be hard to save enough money to _5_ the expenses. Insurance is a system _6_ a company collects money from many individuals and then pays certain expenses whenever one of those insured individuals is faced with a certain crisis. An insurance policy _7_ how much the insurance costs and how much the company will pay when a policy holder is faced with a certain crisis. There are many different kinds of insurance, _8_ hospital, motor-car and fire. Insurance can be rather expensive but most people buy insurance of some kind. Insurance is something _9_ people buy and hope they will _10_ need. 6.A. that B. by which C. what D. where
Athat
Bwhat
Cwhere
Dby which
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. Banks are not ordinarily prepared to pay out all accounts; they rely on depositors (储户) not to demand payment all at the same time. If depositors should come to fear that a bank is not safe, that it cannot pay off all its depositors, then that fear might cause all the depositors to appear on the same day. If they did, the bank could not pay all accounts. However, if they did not all appear at once, then there would always be enough money to pay those who wanted their money when they wanted it. Mrs. Elsie Vaught has told us of a terrifying bank run that she experienced. One day in December of 1925 several banks failed to open in a city where Mrs. Vaught lived. The other banks expected a run the next day, and so the officers of the bank in which Mrs Vaught worked as a teller had enough money on hand to pay off their depositors. The officers simply told the tellers to pay on demand. The next morning a crowd gathered in the bank and on the sidewalk outside. The length of the line made many think that the bank could not possibly pay off everyone. People began to push and then to fight for places near the tellers’ windows, The power of the panic atmosphere was such that two tellers, though they knew that the bank was quite all right and could pay all depositors, drew their own money from the bank. Mrs Vaught says that she had difficulty keeping herself from doing the same. 5. According to the passage, the actions of the depositors of Mrs. Vaught’s bank were affected mainly by the _______. A.ease with which they could get their money B.confidence that Mrs. Vaught showed C.failure of several other banks to open D.confidence shown by other depositors of the bank
Aease with which they could get their money
Bconfidence shown by other depositors of the bank
Cconfidence that Mrs. Vaught showed
Dfailure of several other banks to open
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. The officials in the _______ at London Airport were very polite.
Acustoms
Bcustom
CCustom
DCustoms
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. Researchers have found that REM (rapid eye movement) sleep is important to human beings. This type of sleep generally occurs four or five times during one night of sleep lasting five minutes to forty minutes for each occurrence. The deeper a person’s sleep becomes, the longer the periods of rapid eye movement. There are physical charges in the body to show that a person has changed from NREM (non-rapid eye movement) to REM sleep. Breathing becomes faster, the heart rate increases, and, as the name implies, the eyes begin to move quickly. Accompanying these physical changes in the body is a very important characteristic of REM sleep. It is during REM sleep that a person dreams. 5. Which of the following is the best title of the article? A. REM Sleep B. Two Types of Sleep C. Sleepers D. What Happens to Sleepers
ATwo Types of Sleep
BWhat Happens to Sleepers
CSleepers
DREM Sleep
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. Mary was going to a wedding so she brushed _______ well.
Athe hair
Bher hairs
Cher hair
Dthe hairs
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. Researchers have found that REM (rapid eye movement) sleep is important to human beings. This type of sleep generally occurs four or five times during one night of sleep lasting five minutes to forty minutes for each occurrence. The deeper a person’s sleep becomes, the longer the periods of rapid eye movement. There are physical charges in the body to show that a person has changed from NREM (non-rapid eye movement) to REM sleep. Breathing becomes faster, the heart rate increases, and, as the name implies, the eyes begin to move quickly. Accompanying these physical changes in the body is a very important characteristic of REM sleep. It is during REM sleep that a person dreams. 2. The word “deeper” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to which of the following? A. heavier. B. louder. C. stronger. D. happier
Aheavier.
Bstronger.
Clouder.
Dhappier
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Directions: Read the following passage(s) carefully and do the multiple-choice questions. The Mother Goose Stories, so well known to children all over the word, are commonly said to have been written by a little old woman for her grandchildren. According to some people, she lived in Boston, and her real name was Elizabeth Vergoose. Her son-in-law, a printer named Thomas Fleet, was supposed to have published the famous stories and poems for small children in 1719. However, no copy of this book has ever been found, and most scholars doubt the truth of this story—and doubt, moreover, that Mother Goose was ever a real person. They point out that the name is a direct translation of the French “Mere I’ Oye.” In 1697 the Frenchman Charles Perrault published the first book in which this name was used. The collection contains eight tales, including “Sleeping Beauty,” “Cinderella,” and “Puss in Boots.” But Perrault did not originate these stories; they were already quite popular in his day, and he only collected them. 3. When Perrault published the first book in 1679, _______. A.no story of the book had been known to people B.some stories of the book were already well known C.few people were interested in the stories of the book D.stories like “Sleeping Beauty” and “Cinderella” became popular
Afew people were interested in the stories of the book
Bsome stories of the book were already well known
Cstories like “Sleeping Beauty” and “Cinderella” became popular
Dno story of the book had been known to people
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I have worked in this university _______ 1980.
Atill
Bfor
Csince
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I come here twice a week to swim and _______.
Awork
Bwork to
Cwork out
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. He himself is very uncertain ________ whether it is the right job for him, although everybody else thinks he is highly competent.
Aas from
Bas to
Csuch a
Das of
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Other people now believe that we use only 1% of our brains’ full potential. They say that the only ___1___ on the power of the brain is the limit of ___2___ we think is possible. This is probably because of the ___3___ we are taught as children. When we first start learning to use our ___4___ we are told what to do, for example, to remember ___5___ facts, but we are not taught ___6___ our memory works and how to make the best ___7____ of it. We are told to make ___8___ but we are not taught how our brains accept information and which is the ___9___way to organize the information we want our brains to ___10___. 4.A. brain        B. psychology        C. minds        D. body
Aminds
Bbrain
Cbody
Dpsychology
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I usually go to the office _______train.
Aon
Bwith
Cby
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You can paint the walls and _______ posters. You can do what you want. A. put up B. put down C. put on
Aput down
Bput up
Cput on
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Three books are interesting, but the rest _______ not very good.
Ais
Bare
Cbe
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David _______ on a new database at the moment.
Ais currently working
Bcurrently work
Ccurrently working
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. After she became a lawyer, she decided to ________ in contract law.
Astudy
Bcontribut
Clearn
Dspecialize
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_______ her mother _______ she was at home when the thief came in.
AEach, and
BNeither, or
CNeither, nor
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. Every means _______ been tried to solve the difficult problem.
Ahas
Bis
Care
Dhave
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He has _______ gone out.
Ajust
Bnow
Csoon
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Directions:For each blank in the following passage, there are four choices given below and marked A, B, C and D. Choose the one that is most suitable and mark your answer by blackening the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet. Other people now believe that we use only 1% of our brains’ full potential. They say that the only ___1___ on the power of the brain is the limit of ___2___ we think is possible. This is probably because of the ___3___ we are taught as children. When we first start learning to use our ___4___ we are told what to do, for example, to remember ___5___ facts, but we are not taught ___6___ our memory works and how to make the best ___7____ of it. We are told to make ___8___ but we are not taught how our brains accept information and which is the ___9___way to organize the information we want our brains to ___10___. 5.A. complete        B. absolute        C. certain        D. any
Acertain
Bany
Cabsolute
Dcomplete
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. Sally has made complete recovery _______ influenza.
Aagainst
Bof
Cby
Dfrom
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A:_______ you like a drink? Wine? Beer? B:A beer, please.
ADo
BCould
CWould
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This radio is _______ than that one.
Amore expensive
Bas expensive
Cvery expensive
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_______ Nick _______ a good time at the party last night?
ADid, have
BDid, has
CDoes, have
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He _______in travelling.
Ainterested
Bis interested
Cinterests
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If it _______ tomorrow, we _______ to the Summer Palace.
Awon't rain, go
Brains, will go
Cdoesn't rain, will go
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Directions: Choose the best one to complete each sentence. They have never heard any _______.
Aa customer complaint
Bthe customers’ complaint
Cthe customer’s complaints
Dcustomer’s complaint


 
 
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