The Second World War，which □1lasted until 1945，started when Britain □2declared war on Germany because Germany □3invaded Poland.The most important battle of the war in Europe was the military □4operation in 1944 to land on the French beach.
130,000 troops from the United States，□5 landings.They crossed the English Channel in more than 5,000 ships to the French coast on the morning of 6 June 1944.The operation was ex-tremely □6dangerous and many soldiers were killed before they even □7got_off the boats.And many □8drowned in the deep water before help arrived.
American soldiers □9attempted to land at the most dangerous place，known as Omaha Beach.The situation at Omaha Beach was so bad that the US army commanders thought about □10abandoning the invasion.□11Eventually,the soldiers made a □12breakthrough and the D-
Operation Overlord was the beginning of the end of the Second World War.
A suicide bomber blew up a bus parked outside a Kara-chi hotel yesterday in a thunderous explosion that killed 11 French engineers, their Pakistani driver and a passer-by.Twenty-three people were wounded.
Pakistan's government denounced (公开指责) the ex-plosion as an act of terrorism aimed at foreigners, and sus-picion (嫌疑) fell on militant Islamic groups angered by Pa-kistani President General Pervez Musharraf's support for the US-led united war in neighboring Afghanistan.
There was no evidence linking the attack directly to the al-Qaida terrorist network of Osama bin Laden, but many of the militant Islamic groups in Pakistan are sympa-thetic to al-Qaida and some have links to the organization, according to the Associated Press.
Musharraf promised to fight back.
“We feel this act of international terrorism has to be met with full force. My government has the complete de-termination of meeting this threat，” he said.
“I would like the international community to under-stand our home environment resulting from our cooperation against international terrorism，” Musharraf said.
French President Jacques Chirac condemned the attack and sent his newly appointed defense minister to Pakistan.
The 11 French killed in the bombing were engineers working at the Karachi seaport for
a state-owned French marine construction company, the French Foreign Ministry said in Paris. They were part of a team building a subma-rine Pakistan bought from France.
The bus was parked outside the Sheraton Hotel when the bomb went off — obviously in a second vehicle driven by the bomber, tearing a large crater(弹坑) in the road and destroying nearby vehicles.
“We have recovered a burnt body from a car，”said Sindh provincial police chief Sayed Kamal Shah, referring to the suicide bomber and his vehicle. “The sound was so loud I think you could have heard it from six miles away，” said Munir Sheikh, a police officer who was actually pres-ent at the event and saw the explosion. The explosion caused 14 deaths, including the bomber.
1．How many people were killed in the thunderous explo-sion?
2．Which of the following is true according to the passage?
A．Pervez Musharraf is French President.
B．Jacques Chirac is Pakistani President.
C．Sayed Kamal Shah is a police officer.
D．Munir Sheikh is a member of a militant Islamic group.
3．The explosion was considered to be made by ________.
A．Osama bin Laden
B．militant Islamic groups
C．the al-Qaida terrorists
D．a Pakistan policeman
4．The French Foreign Minister ________.
A．was newly appointed and sent to Pakistan by French President yesterday
B．condemned the attack in a press conference in Paris yes-terday
C．denounced the explosion as an act of terrorism aimed at French people
D．said the French killed were engineers buildings a sub-marine Pakistan bought from France
5．The suicide bomber ________.
A．was found dead and burnt in a car
B．shot through the window of his vehicle
C．was found dead in a large crater in the road
D．was arrested by Pakistan police officer Munir Sheikh 解析：选A。推理判断题。根据最后一段第一句可推知。