第1题,I didn’t hear the phone ,I____asleep.
B、must have been
D、should have been
第2题,____that none of us could follow him.
A、He spoke very fast
B、So fast he spoke
C、Too fast he spoke
D、So fast did he speak
第3题,One must ___________ the law. Otherwise he will be put into prison.
第4题,Were it not for the snowy weather, we ____ all right.
B、would have been
第5题,In August, it is very hot and wet in the southern part of the United States. People there have heart trouble and other kinds of health problems during this month. In the Northeast and the Middle West, it is very hot at some times and cold at other times. People in these states will have heart trouble after the weather changes in February or March. The weather can also influence intelligence. For example, in a 1983 study by scientists, the IQ scores of some college students were very high during a storm, but after the storm, their scores were low. Storms can increase intelligence. Very hot weather, on the other hand, can lower it. Students in many schools of the United States often do badly on exams in the hot months of the year (July and August). Weather also has a strong effect on people＇s feeling. Winter may be a bad time for thin people. They usually feel cold during these months. They might feel depressed during cold weather. In hot summer weather, on the other hand, fat people may feel unhappy. At about 65℉, people become stronger. Low air pressure makes people feel free, but it also increases forgetfulness. People leave more bags and umbrellas on buses and in stores on low pressure days. There is a “perfect weather” for work and health. People feel best at a temperature of about 64℉ with 65 percent humidity. Are you feeling sick, sad, tired, forgetful, or very intelligent today? The weather may be the reason. 问题： Intelligence may increase during（ ）.
A、a perfect weather
C、very hot weather
D、low air pressure
第6题,Do you remember the village ____ in 1978?
A、where we went to
B、where we went
C、which we went
D、that we went
第7题,After two hours＇ walk, I finally found a hotel. Sitting on the bed, I was totally ________.
第8题,____ makes mistakes must correct them.
第9题,A hobby is something you do just for fun. It could be painting pictures, watching birds, or reading. Some people collect, or save things. These things could be new. But they might be old.Many beautiful thins were made long ago.Where do people get the things that they collect? At the beach many people pick up pretty shells to save. They find them near the sea. Some people pick up things from the street. They find things in the garbage. Others save things they get from their families or friends. Still others buy things to collect.Why do people collect things? First it can be fun. People really like the things they save.Also, you and a friend may collect the same thing. Then it＇s something you can do together. But some people like to do it alone. To them, a hobby is something you do by yourself. People also learn from their hobbies. You might have many pictures of kings. If you wanted to know more about them, you could go to the library and get a book. Then you could read about them. You would find out such things as when and where they lived.Saving things gives people something to do. Both children and older people like to have hobbies. Some people no longer work. So they collect things to keep busy. Hobbies fill many people＇s days with hours of fun. A hobby can hardly be ___________.
第10题,Heilongjiang Province is ____ north of Liaoning. Harbin, its capital city, lies ____ the Songhuajiang River.
第11题,Her hair __________ immediately. It was so smooth, so shining, and so beautiful.
A、caught my eye
C、was interested in me
第12题,The cold weather outside made the trailer a (cozy) place on this night of december 23, 1990.
A、cold and damp
B、warm and comfortable
C、wet and warm
D、quiet and warm
第13题,The professor＇s enthusiasm and energy continue to _____ today.
A、make people angry
第14题,The Internet is changing the way people do business with each other, particularly when that business involves (processing) information.
第15题,Buck (growled),and was surprised when the rope was pulled hard around his neck.
D、made a low,threatening sound
第16题,In Britain and in many other parts of the world, electricity from atoms, called nuclear energy, (provides) one more source of power.
第17题,People enjoy talking about “firsts”. They like to remember their first love or their first car. But, not all firsts are happy ones. Few people enjoy recalling the firsts that are bad.One of history＇s bad but important firsts was the first car accident. Autos(汽车) were still young when it happened. The crash took place in New York City. The year was 1896. The month was May. A man from Massachusetts was visiting the city in his new car. At the time, bicycle riders were still trying to get used to the new set of wheels on the road. No one is sure who was at fault. In any case, the bike and the car collided. The man on the bike was injured. The driver of the car had to stay in prison and wait for the hospital report on the bicycle rider. Luckily the rider was not killed.
Three years later, another automobile accident took place. It was again in New York City. A man named Henry Bliss stepped off a streetcar. He was hit by a passing car. Once again, no one is sure just how it happened or whose fault it was. The driver of the car was put in prison. Poor Mr Bliss became the first person to die in a car accident. The “new set of wheels” that bicycle riders had to get used to was .
A、the new tires(轮胎) on their bikes
D、the bicycle itself
第18题,The woman sang a song to congratulate the new mayor who had just won the _________. She had voted him before.
第19题,Most teachers like _______ students.
第20题,This is the highest building in the city. On its top floor you can get ____ of the city.
B、less obvious view
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