1、He has published two books, ____ I've completely forgotten.
A. their names
B. the names of which
C. the names of them
D. what names of which
2、My youngest sister, ____ is forty years old, has got a life professorship in this university.
3、There are 56 ____ doctors in the hospital.
4、Jack's room is furnished with ____
A. new furnitures
B. many new furnitures
C. many new pieces of furnitures
D. many new pieces of furniture
5、There's something wrong with my watch. Will you ________?
A. see it to
B. see to it
C. watch to it
D. see to look at it
6、Everybody is here, ________?
A. isn’t everybody
B. isn’t it
C. isn’t he
D. aren’t they
7、____ summer morning, Tom got up early and went fishing.
8、We were all disappointed ____ the news that their team had been beaten.
9、The nurses in that hospital are very good ____ the patients there.
10、There are_____ students at the sports meeting.
A. tens of thousands of
B. five hundreds of
C. several hundred of
D. five thousands
11、It’s not ________whether he’ll return the book to me soon.
12、Sally is doing______ in all her courses.
A. particular good
B. particularly well
C. particularly good
D. particular well
13、The lab ____ with computers.
C. is equipped
D. has equipped
14、The building of the lab________ before the end of this term.
A. must have completed
B. must have been completed
C. must be completed
D. must complete
15、- What were you doing when I phoned you?
- I had just finished my work and______ to take a bath.
B. to start
C. have started
D. was starting
16、There's a police car here, what do you suppose _______?
A. is happened
B. has happened
C. world happen
D. did happen
17、- Where is Mary?
- She ____ in the library.
A. should be
B. must be
C. can be
D. must have been
18、Someone must come and get the work____ sooner or later.
D. to do
19、The little girl came ____ all along____ for her Mum.
A. running; crying
B. run; cry
C. running; cried
D. to run; was crying
20、She went to work quietly, ____ to work as hard as she could.
A. her mind making up
B. with her mind made up
C. with her mind making up
D. her mind being made up
21、She went to work quietly, ____ to work as hard as she could .
A. to write and listen
B. writing and listening
C. to write and listening
D. writing and to listen
22、____, the concert began.
A. The listeners having taken their seats
B. Having taken their seats
C. Have taken their places
D. . The listeners to have taken their places
23、Li Ming____his brothers and sisters has a hobby of collecting stamps.
D. as well as
24、The teacher is very tired ___she is still working hard.
25、All the books are here. You may borrow ______you like.
26、The news _______to Shanghai delighted all of them.
A. they would go
B. which they would go
C. that they would go
D. would go
27、Sorry I haven't been able to do______ what I should.
A. as many as
B. as much as
C. as far as
D. move than
28、- Will you go to the party?
- If you go, ____
A. So am I
B. So will I
C. So do I
D. I do, too
29、______I came into the office, the teachers were having a meeting.
30、I didn't watch TV______I finished my work this morning.
31、Is an overseas school the perfect place to study your _______ of interest?
32、Teachers _____ students who think for themselves and express their ideas in class.
33、______ in 2004, this skyscraper has been the tallest in the city.
B. Being completed
C. Having completed
34、-Tom, are you going to order now?
- ________ Jane, but first let me ask the waiter if they have anything special for today..
A. Yes, but you have to wait.
B. Thank you very much!
C. It looks delicious.
D. More than ready!
35、Billy is doing a part-time job, and he can ______ to take his girl friend out for dinner once in a while.
36、Now that you've made your study plan, why not ___ it?
A. stick to
B. keep to
C. work at
D. persist in
37、Where did your brother live before he _____ to Beijing?
B. will come
D. had come
38、- ______ you please show me that picture?
- Of course, here you are.
39、Smoking is not good ______ you.
40、Mr. Brown was really angry ______ Kate this time.
41、Bill ______ Russia for two years.
A. has left
C. has been away from
D. would leave
42、This watch ______by next Monday.
A. can repaired
B. can be repaired
C. can be repair
D. can be repairing
Tea drinking was common in China for nearly one thousand years before anyone in Europe had ever heard about tea. People in Britain were much slower in finding out what tea was like, mainly because tea was very expensive. It could not be bought in shops and even those people who could afford to have it sent from Holland did so only because it was a fashionable curiosity. Some of them were not sure how to use it. They thought it was a vegetable and tried cooking the leaves. Then they served them mixed with butter and salt. They soon discovered their mistake but many people used to spread the used tea leaves on bread and give them to their children as sandwiches.
Tea remained scarce and very expensive in England until the ships of the East India Company began to bring it direct from China early in the seventeenth century. During the next few years so much tea came into the country that the price fell and many people could afford to buy it.
At the same time, people on the Continent were becoming more and more fond of tea. Until then tea had been drunk without milk in it, but one day a famous French lady named Madame de Sevigne decided to see what tea tasted like when milk was added. She found it so pleasant that she would never again drink it without milk. Because she was such a great lady that her friends thought they must copy everything she did, they also drank their tea with milk in it. Slowly this habit spread until it reached England and today only very few Britons drink tea without milk.
At first, tea was usually drunk after dinner in the evening. No one ever thought of drinking tea in the afternoon until a duchess (公爵夫人)found that a cup of tea and a piece of cake at three or four o’clock stopped her getting “a sinking feeling” as she called it . She invited her friends to have this new meal with her and so, tea-time was born.
43、This passage mainly discusses____.
A. the history of tea drinking in Britain.
B. how tea became a popular drink in Britain.
C. how the Britons got the habit of drinking tea.
D. how tea-time was born.
44、Tea became a popular drink in Britain____.
A. in the 18th century.
B. in the 16th century.
C. in the 17th century.
D. in the late 17th century.
45、People in Europe began to drink tea with milk because ____.
A. it tasted like milk.
B. it tasted more pleasant.
C. it became a popular drink.
D. Madame de Sevinge was such a lady with great social influence that people tried to copy the way she drank tea.
46、We may infer from the passage that the habit of drinking tea in Britain was mostly due to the influence of____.
A. a famous French lady.
B. the ancient Chinese.
C. the upper(上层的) social class.
D. people in Holland.
Have you ever been in a meeting while someone was making a speech and realized suddenly that your mind was a million miles away? You probably felt sorry and made up your mind to pay attention and always have been told that daydreaming is a waste of time.
“On the contrary,” says Linda Giambra, an expert in psychology, “daydreaming is quite necessary. Without it, the mind couldn’t get done all the thinking it has to do during a normal day. You can’t possibly do all your thinking with a conscious (有意识) mind. Instead, your unconscious mind is working out problems all the time. Daydreaming then may be one way that the unconscious and conscious states of mind have silent dialogues.”
Early experts in psychology paid no attention to the importance of daydreams or even considered them harmful. At one time daydreaming was thought to be a cause of some mental illnesses. They did not have a better understanding of daydreams until the late 1980s. Eric Klinger, a professor of psychology, is the writer of the book Daydreaming. Klinger says, “We know now that daydreaming is one of the main ways that we organize our lives, learn from our experiences, and plan for our futures. Daydreams really are a window on the things we fear and the things we long for in life.”
Daydreams are usually very simple and direct, quite unlike sleep dreams, which may be hard to understand. It is easier to gain a deep understanding of your life by paying close attention to your daydreams than by trying to examine your sleep dreams carefully. Daydreams help you recognize the difficult situations in your life and find out a possible way of dealing with them.
Daydreams cannot be predicated (预料). They move off in unexpected directions which may be creative( 创造性的 ) and full of ideas. For many famous artists and scientists, daydreams were and are a main source of creative energy.
47、The writer of this passage considers daydreams____.
A. hard to understand.
B. important and helpful.
C. harmful and unimportant.
D. the same as sleep dreams.
48、The writer quoted( 引用 ) Linda Giambra and Eric Klinger to____.
A. point out the wrong ideas of early experts.
B. list two different ideas.
C. support his own idea.
D. report the latest research on daydreams.
49、Which of the following is TRUE?
A. An unconscious mind can work all the problems out.
B. Daydreaming can give artists and scientists’ ideas for creation.
C. Professor Eric Klinger has a better idea than Linda Giambra.
D. Early experts didn't understand what daydreams were.
50、What is the main difference between daydreams and sleep dreams?
A. People have daydreams and sleep dreams at different times.
B. Daydreams are the result of unconscious mind while sleep dreams are that of conscious mind.
C. Daydreams are more harmful.
D. Daydreams are more helpful in solving problems.
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