1.The teacher told us that we didn’t have to _____ every new word we ran into when reading.
2.No matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t ______ of what the old woman said.
3.The man loves nature and the soil. That is why he has bought a piece of land in the country and __________ to grow his own vegetables.
A.taken the difficulty
B.had the trouble
C.had the difficulty
D.taken the trouble
4.____ publishing complete novels, he began to write stories in serial form.
B.In spite of
5.The classroom was silent _____ the busy scratching of pens on paper.
6.To her ____ the men in her classes didn’t deliberately try to embarrass her but accepted her as a fellow student.
A.sorrow and disappointment
B.surprise and pleasure
C.anger and frustration
D.hatred and resentment
7.Many television _____ seem to enjoy watching the World Cup.
8.____ could give an old man greater pleasure than to imagine he was back in childhood again.
9.Her name was on the waiting list for an emergency liver transplant, but no organ would be ______ for a month or two.
10.Living here at the top of the mountain with no one else near, the old man must be very ____.
11.This company has the ____right to print Mr Green’s book..
12.I don’t play basketball any more, _________ when I was a child.
A.but I used to
B.I used to
C.but I used to do
D.I used to do
13.Be careful with those explosives _______ end up killing ourselves.
A.then we won’t
B.but we won’t
C.or we will
D.and we will
14.The reason _______ I did not go to the lecture yesterday was that I had something important to do.
15.I will give the ticket to _______ wants to have it.
16.I didn’t send out my application form last week, but I ________.
B.might have to
17.Not until the game had begun ______ the sports ground.
A.did Peter arrive at
B.Peter arrived at
C.didn’t Peter arrive at
D.Peter didn’t arrive at
18.All the task ______ ahead of time, we planned to go on holiday for a week.
D.having been fulfilled
19.Success or failure here would be ___to his prospects.
20.The ____of human life is short.
21.The imbalance between males and females could ______ serious consequences.
22.In many countries now seat belts are _____ for the driver and front seat passengers at least.
23.Mr. Zhang makes _____ a point to keep up with the latest development in his field.
24.His speech was warmly received. It was several minutes before the applause _______.
25.When he wrote to his father that he wanted to ____ his education and get married, his father cut off his allowance.
1.You’d better add them up. I’m not good at ____.
2.She broke her leg, but the ____ healed quickly.
3.I’ve got a big coffee ____ on the front of my dress.
4.The old gardener used to keep all his tools and do it yourself equipment in a ____ in the garden.
5.Where there is an earthquake, energy is ____ in one area along a crack in the earth crust.
6.Well, that is probably all I can say about sports. Next time I’ll take up the topic of some other ____ activities.
7.The American people’s ____ of being polite is different from that held here in China.
8.“This house is more ____ than the federal government!” Mac complained to his parents. “You have rules for everything.”
9.My cat is a fussy eater, but my dog is so ____ that she’ll swallow down anything that is put in front of her.
10.When the Cultural Revolution was launched in China, his father ______ college.
B.had been attending
D.has been attending
11.By the end of next month I ______ here for five years.
B.have been working
D.will have been working
12.We can make an exception ____.
A.in any case of John
B.in case of John
C.in case of John’s
D.in the case of John
13.Victor took a bus and headed for home, ____ if his wife would have him back.
A.not to know
D.not having known
14.Much research _______ into the possible causes of the disease in the past few years.
A.has been done
C.have been done
15.The manager would rather his daughter _____ in the same company.
A.would not work
B.will not work
C.does not work
D.did not work
16.Mike promised to keep me ______ how our business was going on.
C.to be informed
D.to be informed of
17.I have no objection ______ for a hike on the mountains with Cynthia.
18.____ a teacher in our college, it is necessary to have at least a master’s degree.
19.It was _____ that we went for a picnic in the country.
A.such nic e a day
B.such nice day
C.so nice a day
D.so nice day
20.As for Ann, I am not sure about her ____ in Italian.
21.Jack is very ____ about wines.
22.A highly organized system of irrigation is ____ Chinese agriculture.
23.I can’t read the marks and notes Jim made in the margin. They are too____.
24.The two scholars worked at the task of writing a preface to the new dictionary for three hours ____ last night.
25.The girl chose some very pretty ____ paper for the present.
1.The age of the boys in this class is about 18.
2.Since most people would’t like to buy an apartment far awayfrom the city, there are a lot of apartments in this town.
3.Before going to bed, she _______ that the door was locked.
4.The fish’s sense of smell is most ______.
5.Mrs. Brown is supposed ______ for Italy last week.
A.to have left
C.to be leaving
D.to have been left
6.How can the boy stand ______ like that?
7._____, he would not have recovered so quickly.
A.Had’t he been taken good care of
B.Had he not been taken good care of
C.Had not he been taken good care of
D.Had he been not taken good care of
8.It was not a serious accident; the car needs only some _____ repairs.
9.There are too many _____ here for me to concentrate on my term paper.
10.I don’t think we can solve the problem this way. We should try a different _____.
11.Just as relaxation is an important part of our lives, ____stress.
B.as it is
C.and so is
D.the same is
12.He earns $ 200 a week and has little money for anything except the _____ of life.
13.Short-term memories are those which are _____ only for a few minutes.
14.Traditional as he is in his way of life, the elderly professor is more _____________ than most of his students in accepting new ideas.
15.While Mr. Johnson was away on vacation, a lot of letters _____ on his desk.
16.These young people were so _____________ about things in the U. S. that they thought blacks and whites had always had equal educational opportunities there.
17.In my opinion, high-IQ students are usually intellectually curious and very good at making use of their time to the fullest ____________.
18.He is keen to ____________ relations with this company because of its good reputation.
19.Hydrogen is one of the most important element in the universe ____ it provides the building blocks from which the other elements are produced.
20.Living in the desert involves a lot of problems, ____water shortage is the worst.
A.not to mention
21.The government official can hardly find sufficient grounds ____his arguments in favor of the revision of the tax law.
A.on which to base
B.which to be based on
C.to base on which
D.on which to be based
22.He appreciated ____ the chance to deliver his thesis in the annual symposium on Comparative Literature.
B.to have been given
C.to have given
D.having been given
23.By the time you graduate, we ____ in Australia for one year.
A.will be staying
B.will have stayed
C.would have stayed
24.All of the plants now farmed on a large scale were developed from plants ____ wild.
A.that once grow
B.once they grow
C.they once grew
25.Since the reform, the country’s economy has been fairly _______.
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