Directions: There are 80 sentences in this section. Beneath each sentence there are four choices. Choose one word or phrase that you think best completes the sentence.
1. It is necessary that an efficient worker _C___ his work on time.
B. can accomplish
D. will accomplish
2. I know this is the right train. The ticket agent said it would be on __A____.
A. Platform Three
B. the Platform Three
C. Third Platform
D. the Three Platform
3. William is very hardworking, but his pay is not _B____for his work .
A. enough good
B. good enough
C. as good enough
D. good as enough
4. I won’t take Susan’s pen because I don’t like __A___.
A. that pen of hers
B. that her pen
C. her that pen
D. that pen of her
5. I didn’t call the hotel to make a room reservation, but I ___C____.
A. may have
B. must have
C. should have
D. shall have
6. My sister will be here tomorrow, but at first I thought that she __A___today.
A. was coming
B. is coming
C. must come
D. may come
7. Land belongs to the city; there is __D___thing as private ownership of land.
A. no such a
B. not such
C. not such any
D. no such
8. The flats I have looked at so far were too expensive. So I’m better off __B___where I am.
C. to stay
9. Since the family is moving to a new house, they have to buy __A___ new furniture.
A. a lot of
C. a few
D. quite a few
10. My son walked ten miles today. We never guessed that he could walk __C__far.
11．If talks for the new trade agreements take__A__, food industries in both countries will be seriously affected.
A. much too long
B. too much longer
C. too much long
D. much long
12. You and I could hardly understand each other, __C___?
A. could I
B. couldn’t you
C. could we
D. couldn’t we
13. We _B____the visitor with an apartment, but he specifically asked for a single room.
A. could provide
B. could have provided
C. couldn’t provide
D. couldn’t have provided
14. The missile is designed in such a way that once ___A___nothing can be done to retrieve it.
B. being fired
C. they fired
D. having fired
15.__B____, he would not have recovered so quickly.
A. Hadn’t he been taken good care of
B. Had he not been taken good care of
C. Hadn’t he been taken good care of
D. Hadn’t he been taken good care of
16. You _C__ a new bicycle, since the one you lost the other day has already been fond.
A. should not buy
B. needn’t buy
C. need not have bought
D. should not have bought
17. It was not until midnight __C___the camping site.
A. that they reached
B. that they did not reach
C. did they reach
D. did they not reach
18. It is predicted that existing reserves of fossil fuel_C___ by 2045.
A. have been run out
B. are going to be run out
C. will have run out
D. have run out
19.Only by increasing its exports drastically _C__from the present trade imbalance。
A. the country can emerge
B. the country might emerge
C. can the country emerge
D. the country has emerge
20. Since the mid-1960s considerable research __D__in embryo transplants in many countries.
A. has carried out
B. was carried out
C. carried out
D. has been carried out
21. If the temperature of the reactor__B___500degrees higher, meltdown would have occurred.
B. had been
C. was being
22. The more acid you add to the solution,__D__ the literature review .
B. the cloudiest
C. more cloudy
D. the cloudier
23. The lecturer said ―It is time you __A__the literature review.‖
B. should begin
D. are beginning
24. After __B_your results, you should make an appointment with your tutor.
A. you receiving
B. you have received
C. you would have received
D. you received
25. You__C__ the experiment twice, not once.
A. have not carried out
B. should not have carried out
C. should have carried out
D. might have carried out
26. It looks __D__ you have made a serious mistake.
D. as though
27._C__the right answer I would have got full marks in the exam.
A. If I would have known
B. If I will know
C. Had I know
D. If I was knowing
28.__B_way you do it, the answer is always the same.
D. Why ever
29.__C_producing methane, the process also produces carbon monoxide.
B. As well
D. In addition
30.He appears ＿A＿some minor problem .
A. to have had
C. was having
31.Einstein,＿C＿changed our ways of seeing the universe, did not learn to read until he was ten.
A. Which theories
B. that his theories
C. hose theories
D. who theories
32.It is not so much the language ＿C＿the legal jargons that makes the book difficult to understand.
33.The shop has sold many refrigerators of this kind and the rest＿D＿on sale today.
34.The owner and captain refused to leave＿A＿ship which was sinking.
35.The petrol station lies within＿B＿of victories farm.
B. fifteen minutes drive
C. fifteen minute-drive
D. fifteen minutes drive
36.Some of his answers were correct ,but I don’t remember＿D＿.
A. what one
B. which one
C. what ones
D. which ones
37.This leather purse is too expensive; that one is too cheap. ＿A＿the leather purses is satisfactory.
A. Neither of
B. Both of
C. Either of
D. None of
38.There is ＿B＿man downstairs waiting for you.
A. as much as three times
B. runs not so fast
C. doesn’t runs faster
D. runs less fast
40.This CD costs me ＿C＿the one I bought the other day.
A. as much as three times
B. as much money as three time
C. three times as much as
D. three times expensive as
41.Ian studies harder than＿C＿in our class.
D. any other
42. ＿B＿our dear sister rest in peace.
43.Nobody saw the CEO at the conference; he＿A＿at it.
A. couldn’t have spoken
B. couldn’t speak
C. mustn’t have spoken
D. shouldn’t have spoken
44.Who ＿B＿it be at the door?
45. The line is busy; someone＿A＿the telephone.
A. must use
46.If there were no subjunctive mood, English＿A＿much easier.
A. would be
B. could have been
C. will be
D. would have been
47. ＿C＿for his timely help, I could not have completed my project in time.
A. If it was not
B. If it were not
C. Had it not been
D. Were it not
48.I wish I ＿C＿you yesterday.
A. did telephone
C. had telephone
D. were to telephone
49.How about us ＿B＿a concert at the weekend?
A. to go to
C. go to
D. to be going to
50. I would appreciate＿A＿to see me in my office.
A. your coming
B. you to come
C. you come
D. you to be coming
51. ＿D＿,the glass would break into pieces.
A. If having handled carelessly
B.TO handle carelessly
C. handling carelessly
D. If handle carelessly
52. The drunkard was found ＿B＿under the bench in the park.
A. to lie dead
B. lying dead
D. lying died
53．Now Tim regrets＿B＿hard enough while at the university.
A. not to work
B. having not worked
C. .having not worked
D. not have worked
54.Please show me the table ＿B＿.
A. for placing the vase
B. to Place the vase on
C. to Place the vase C. placing the vase on
55.The bed sheets and pillows will want＿A＿,I suppose.
B. to wash
C. being washed
D. to have washed
56.The couple feel more comfortable on a place than they would be if they ＿D ＿any other way.
A. are travelling
B. have travelled
57.A hundred dollars ＿B＿not buy as much as ＿＿used to.
58.Child ＿D＿she is ,the girl is quite independent.
59 ＿C＿goes to the seminar will find it really interesting and informative.
A. No matter who
D. No matter which
60.If we work hard, we can overcome any difficulty, ＿A＿great it is.
D. no matter
61.These photos will show you ＿B＿.
A. what does our university look like
B. what our university looks like
C. How does our university look like
D. How our university looks like
62.Go and get your suitcase. It is ＿D＿you left it.
63. ＿C＿John won the first prize at the speech contest made the whole class very excited.
64.I guess Patricia will invite ＿A＿you want.
65.Mr.Johnson said that Beijing was the first city＿C＿he had visited in China.
66.Tomorrow will be Monday＿A＿
A. So will it
B. So it will
C. Neither it will
D. Neither will it
67.Neither Tim nor I had ever heard of ,let alone＿D＿such a fascinating book.
B. to see
68.One of her longest＿A＿dreams was to visit her birthplace again.
D. being held
69.You must have waited for me for a long time , ＿D＿?
A. mustn’t you
B. needn’t you
C. didn’t you
D. haven’t you
70.—Many of us thought that last night’s play was generally poor.
--I didn’t find＿A＿.
A. it so
C. it be
D. it is
71.Mr. Clark seldom spends the weekend with his family, ＿C＿?
A. hasn’t he
B. has he
C. does he
D. doesn’t he
72.The shirt made of a new material is quite easy＿A＿.
A. to wash
B. on washing
C. being washed
D. to be washed
73.＿C＿about the food in the restaurant ,but she also refused to pay for her meal.
A. She did not only complain
B. Not only she did complain
C. Not only did she complain
D. She not only did complain
74. The boy kicked the ball＿B＿hard, and it broke the window.
A. very little
B. a little too
C. quite a little
D. too little
76.Do you remember＿C＿to professor Day during his last visit to our department?
A. to be introduced
B. to introduce
C. being introduced
77.-What does your new car look like?
- It is similar in shape＿D＿yours.
78.The visitor expressed the hope ＿B＿they would come to the fair again next year.
79.Not until late in the evening＿A＿.
A. did the campers put up their tents
B. the campers put up their tents
C. the campers did put up their tents
D. the campers had put up their tents
80. ＿D＿,his idea was accepted by the participants at the meeting.
A. Weird as might it sound
B. As it might sound weird
C. As it might weird SOUND
D. Weird as It might sound
Directions: There are 80 sentences in this section. Beneath each sentence there are four choices. Choose the word that you think best completes the sentence.
1. She did her best to stay awake, but the performance was so boring that she just D
A. dropped in
B. dropped out
C. dropped off
D. dropped down
2. Paul was a very lively child, always in C .
A. excellent spirits
B. good spirits
C. high spirits
D. bright spirits
3. Lilly made no attempt to A the problem.
4. The boy began to cry and tears slowly B down his face.
5. On January 1st, many people make a New Year D .
6. In this country it is against the C not to wear seat belts in a car.
7. Johnny's parents always let him have his own B .
8. Our telephone has been A for a month.
A. out of order
B. out of line
C. out of touch
D. out of place
9. She was extremely C , always ready to agree with other people's
10. The woman tripped over the uneven pavement and D her elbow.
11. He knew that he couldn't change anything so he just B himself to the situation.
12. Game pie was a(n) C of this famous restaurant.
13. Mr. Williamson was acting peculiarly and seemed in a funny B .
A. state of affairs
B. state of mind
C. state of grace
D. state of nature
14. The scientists became very excited as they felt they were D of a discovery.
A. on the crest
B. on the surface
C. on the borderline
D. on the brink
15. An C degree was conferred on the distinguished economist.
16. Mary is very set in her ways, but her brother has a more D attitude
17. My passport A last month, so I will have to get a new one.
18. Your room must be B by 12 o'clock, but your luggage may be left with the porter.
19. My grandma's condition looks very serious and it is doubtful if she will
A. pull up
B. pull in
C. pull out
D. pull through
20. The purpose of the survey was to B the school inspectors with local
21. Sam is being C for his stomachache at the hospital now.
22. Because of his poor health, it took him a long time to A his bad cough.
A. throw off
B. throw away
C. throw down
23. People under 21 are not B to join the sports club.
24. Though seriously damaged by a fire, the ancient mansion was eventually
to its original splendor.
25. I cannot bear the noise coming from my neighbour's house; it D
me from my work.
26. Vincent cannot B without at least one pack of cigarettes.
A. get on
B. get through
C. get over
D. get by
27. In Scotland, minor cases were C with a jury in the Sheriff courts.
28. Lisa Black is A as a Labour candidate in the forthcoming election.
29. Eighteen is the C voting age in our country.
30. Cases involving young people under 18 are heard in specially constituted D
31. According to the latest B poll, the Opposition is likely to win the
next General Election.
32. After three hours, the jury were still unable to reach a unanimous
33. A B survey was conducted among local families to find out the
average amount of expense on their children's education.
34. A popular way of keeping fit is to go D which is a kind of slow- to
medium- paced running.
35. Piles of old books and newspapers B her desk.
36. Exercising generally begins with standing up straight, C slowly
and then letting your breath out evenly.
A. exhaling C. drawing C. inhaling D. puffing
37. The woman remained depressingly fat B all her efforts to slim.
A. against B despite C. although D.
38. Many Asian people are of A build while Europeans often have a
A. slim B slight C. lean D. thin
39. The pupil C a story to explain why he was absent from school.
A. developed B described C. invented D.
40. There are B that the weather is changing in the region.
A, associations B indications C. comments D.
41. It is an encouraging sign that people's purchasing power is A the
A. on B in C. at D. with
42. The speaker had no D in himself when facing a large audience.
A. experience B progress C. objection D.
43. The man drew the curtain and B the painting behind it.
44. The football club tried to C the famous player with a generous offer of
45. Cindy C some sweets from her bag and insisted they be shared among
46. Not a B has been found so far that can help the police find the
47. She is a teacher D of our great respect.
48. They had A it for granted that they would succeed in their
49. The final cost was considerably higher than the builder's original
50. He couldn't tell C from a distance whether it was Sam or his
A. at large
B. in name
C. for sure
D. in short
51. No matter how much progress we've made in our work, we shouldn't get
52. The D instrument requires a skilled operator.
53. We should C all possible ways to create jobs for the unemployed.
54. The coupon B you to a free meal in our new restaurant.
55. The old woman opened the box and emptied the D into a jar.
56. At the weekend, all the local TV channels provide extensive B of
57. In order not to be heard, the woman D that someone was moving
about in the bush.
58. The appeal to the senses known as D is a common technique in
59. The possibility that the explosion was caused by sabotage cannot be
A. broken out
B. ruled out
C. cancelled out
60. The headquarters of this oil company is in London while its
___C____companies are located in different parts of the world.
61. Sitting on the table, two small cats were B round the inside of the
empty ham tin.
62. The Renaissance was a(n) C of unparalleled cultural achievement
and had a great impact on almost all European countries.
63. Absorbed in her work, she was totally B her surroundings.
A. liable for
B. oblivious of
C. separated by
64. The young man has D some brilliant scheme to double his income.
A. come out
B. come to
C. come about
D. come up
65. Social A vary greatly from country to country.