1.The film_____a great success and brought in a large profit to the cinema.
2.Tim is such a good boy_____all the teachers like him.
3.—Why does the stream smell terrible?
—Because large quantities of water_____.
B.is being polluted
C.has been polluted
D.have been polluted
4.A woman with a bleeding hand hurried in and asked, “Is there a hospital around_____I can get some medicine for my wounded hand?”
5.He is not so much _______ a help as I thought he would be.
6.The manager introduced the rules that she would like to see_____the next year.
7.—Mary doesn’t seem to be what she was.
—No._____so much in the war has made her more thoughtful.
D.To have seen.
8.Rose was wild with joy_____the result of the examination.
9.The salesman felt so lonely that he was often seen to _______ pictures of his
10.I earn 10 yuan_____hour as_____supermarket cashier on Sundays.
11.I can’t_____what I’m doing while the noise is going on.
12.I remember _____for the job, but I have forgotten the exact amount.
A.to be paid
C.that I receive the pay.
13.The doorkeeper gave the alarm_____he saw the fire.
14.Mr. Green is said_____an experiment to prove the new method of solving the problem when young.
B.to have done.
C.to be doing.
D.to have been doing.
15.He_____the problem_____in his mind for a whole week before he did anything about it.
16.Surprisingly, the accident did very little_____to either car.
17.Human facial expressions differ from those of animals in the degree_____they can be controlled on purpose.
18.As your spoken Japanese gets better, so_____your written Japanese.
19.It was when she was about to go to bed ______ the telephone rang.
20.Seeing the soldiers well_____for the flood-fight, the general nodded with satisfaction.
21.The better use you can make_____time, the greater contributions you will make_____society.
22.She said that she_____what he could_____us, but she was too busy then.
A.would do, help.
B.could have done, to help.
C.would have done, helping.
D.could do, helped
23.Luna was reading a piece of science fiction, completely_____to the outside world.
A.A. having been lost.
B.to be lost.
24.He will have learned English for eight years by the time he _____ from the university next year.
B.will have graduated
D.is to graduate
25.—He will come tomorrow.
—But I’d rather he_____ next week.
26.I’ll see to_____that all these letters will be sent to the post before noon.
27.We all know that_____speak louder than words.
28.No matter_____happened, he would not say a word.
29.Now a lot of new technology developed by scientists will be_____improving the quality of
rice and wheat.
30.I’d prefer_____if I didn’t have to get up early on Saturdays.
1.After having lived for over twenty years in the same district, Albert Hall was forced to move to a new neighborhood. He surprised his landlord by telling him that he was leaving because he could not afford to buy any more chocolate. It all began a year ago when Albert Hall returned home one evening and found a large dog in front of his gate. He was very fond of animals and as he happened to have a small piece of chocolate in his pocket, he gave it to the dog. The next day, the dog was there again. It held up its paws（爪子）and received another piece of chocolate as a reward. Albert called his new friend “Bingo”. He never found out the dog’s real name, nor who his owner was. However, Bingo appeared regularly every afternoon and it was quite clear that he liked chocolate more than bones. He soon grew dissatisfied with small pieces of chocolate and demanded a large bar a day. If at any time Albert couldn’t give it, Bingo got very angry and refused to let him open the gate. Albert was now at Bingo’s mercy and had to “buy him” to get into his own house! He spent such a large part of his week’s wage to keep Bingo supplied with chocolate that in the end he had to move somewhere else.
2.A young man who lived in London was in love with a beautiful girl. Soon she became his fiancée（未婚妻）. The man was very poor while the girl was rich. The young man wanted to make her a present on her birthday. He wanted to buy something beautiful for her, but he had no idea how to do it, as he had very little money. The next morning he went to a shop. There were many fine things there: gold watches, diamond… but all these things were too expensive. There was one thing he could not take his eyes off. It was a beautiful vase. That was a suitable present for his fiancée. He had been looking at the vase for half an hour when the manager of the shop noticed him. The young man looked so pale, sad and unhappy that the manager asked what had happened to him.The young man told him everything. The manager felt sorry for him and decided to help him. A bright idea struck him. The manager pointed to the corner of the shop. To his great surprise the young man saw a vase broken into many pieces. The manager said: “When the servant enters the room, he will drop it.”On the birthday of his fiancée the young man was very excited.Everything happened as had been planned. The servant brought in the vase, and as he entered the room, he dropped it. There was horror on everybody’s face. When the box was opened, the guests saw that each piece was packed separately.
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