1.It’s lucky of the monitor to have ____D____ extra chance after ________ last week’s exam.
A. a; the B. an; the C. a; a D. an; /
2.— It’s dangerous to walk across the street carelessly.
— You’re right. We can’t be ____C____careful while crossing the street.
A. so B. very C. too D. more
3.--- Did you enjoy the military training these days?
--- Yes! Though I was ____C____dead after so much hard training.
A. so good as B. as well as C. as good as D. so well as
4.--- What about playing football this afternoon, Sam?
--- I would rather ____A____ at home than ________ football. It’s too hot outside.
A. stay; play B. stay; playing
C. to stay; to play D. to stay; play
5.Mike is always forgetful. Please remember to remind him ____B____ the important interview
________ he won’t miss it.
A. about; because of B. of; so that
C. about; as a result D. of; because
6.--- Excuse me, but how can I get to the nearest library?
--- Walk straight on ____C____ you see a white house on your right.
A. whenever B. since C. until D. while
7.I wonder when Linda ____D____. I’ll meet her at the airport when she ________.
A. will return; will return B. returns; will return
C. returned; returned D. will return; returns
8.Neither the manager nor the boss ____A____ to the engineer who is working on the high-speed railway.
A. knows what has happened
B. knows what is happened
C. know that has happened
D. know what is happening
9.--- Excuse me, could you tell me ___C_____?
--- Sorry, I have no idea. I’m new here.
A. the railway station is far from here
B. that you celebrate Christmas
C. if there used to be a building with a long history here
D. whether you have been to France
10.--- I heard that your favourite American novelist was F. Scott Fitzgerald.
--- ___B_____. Actually, he is my cousin’s favourite.
A. That’s true. B. That’s not the case.
C. I can’t agree more. D. It’s said so.
As a teenager, I felt I was always letting people down. I was rebellious (叛逆) outside, but I want to be (1) inside.
Once I left home to California with my friend Penelope. The trip wasn’t (2) , and there were many times I didn’t feel safe. One accident made me nearly lose my (3) . I was thankful to still be alive. When I returned home, I was different — not so outwardly sure of myself.
I was happy to be home. But then I (4) that Penelope, who was staying with us, was wearing my clothes. And my (5) seemed to like her better than me. I wondered if I would be missed if I weren’t there. I told my mom, and she explained that (6) Penelope was a lovely girl, no one could replace (取代) me. I pointed out, “She is more patient and is neater than I have ever been.” My mom said these were wonderful (7) , but I was the only person who could fill my role. She made me realize that I was not (8) , even sometimes made mistat I was a loved member of the family who couldn’t be replaced.