A． See a doctor
B． Stay in bed for a few days.
C． Get treatment in a better hospital.
D． Make a phone call to the doctor.
A． The 2:00 train will arrive earlier.
B． The 2:30 train has a dining car.
C． The woman prefers to take the 2:30 train.
D． they are gong to have some fast food on the train.
A． She has been longing to attend Harvard University.
B． She’ll consider the man’s suggestion carefully.
C． She has finished her project with Dr. Garcia’s help.
D． She’ll consult Dr. Garcia about entering graduate school.
A． Alice didn’t seem to be nervous during her speech.
B． Alice needs more training in making public speeches.
C． The man can hardly understand Alice’s presentation.
D． The man didn’t think highly of Alice’s presentation.
A． It’s worse than 30 years ago.
B． It remains almost the same as before.
C． There are more extremes in the weather.
D． There has been a significant rise in temperature.
A． At a publishing house.
B． At a bookstore.
C． In a reading room
D． In Prof. Jordan’s office
A． The man can stay in her brother’s apartment.
B． Her brother can help the man find a cheaper hotel.
C． Her brother can find an apartment for the man.
D． The man should have booked a less expensive hotel.
A． Priority should be given to listening.
B． It’s most helpful to read English newspapers every day.
C． It’s more effective to combine listening with reading.
D． Reading should come before listening.
A． It can help solve complex problems.
B． It will most likely prove ineffective
C． It is a new weapon against terrorists.
D． It will help detect all kinds of liars.
A． Help the company recruit graduate students.
B． Visit the electronics company next week.
C． Get apart-time job on campus before graduation.
D． Apply for a job in the electronics company
A． It has been proven to be the best pain-killer.
B． It is a possible cure for heart disease.
C． It can help lower high body temperature effectively.
D． It reduces the chance of death for heart surgery patients.
A． It keeps blood vessels from being blocked.
B． It speeds up their recovery after surgery.
C． It increases the blood flow to the heart.
D． It adjusts their blood pressure.
A． It is harmful to heart surgery patients with stomach bleeding.
B． It should not be taken by heart surgery patients before the operation.
C． It will have considerable side effects if taken in large doses.
D． It should not be given to patients immediately after the operation.
A． They strongly believe in family rules.
B． They are very likely to succeed in life.
C． They tend to take responsibility for themselves
D． They are in the habit of obeying their parents.
A． They grow up to be funny and charming.
B． They often have a poor sense of direction.
C． They get less attention from their parents.
D． They tend to be smart and strong-willed.
A． They usually don’t follow family rules.
B． They don’t like to take chances in their lives.
C． They are less likely to be successful in life.
D． They tend to believe in their parent’s ideas.
A． They wanted to follow his example.
B． They fully supported his undertaking.
C． They were puzzled by his decision.
D． They were afraid he wasn’t fully prepared.
A． It is more exciting than space travel.
B． It is much cheaper than space travel.
C． It is much safer than space travel.
D． It is less time-consuming than space travel.
A． They both attract scientists’attention
B． They can both be quite challenging
C． They are both thought-provoking.
D． They may both lead to surprising findings.
A． To show how simple the mechanical aids for diving can be.
B． To provide an excuse for his changeable character.
C． To explore the philosophical issues of space travel.
D． To explain why he took up underwater exploration.
A． The girls got on well with each other.
B． It's understandable that girls don't get along.
C． She was angry either the other young stars.
D． The girls lacked the courage to fight.
A． The woman does her own housework.
B． The woman needs a housekeeper.
C． The woman's house is in a mess.
D． The woman works as a housekeeper.
A． The Edwards are quite well-off.
B． The Edwards should cut down on their living expenses.
C． It'll be unwise for the Edwards to buy another house.
D． It's too expensive for the Edwards to live in their present house.
A． The woman didn't except it to be so warm at noon.
B． The woman is sensitive to weather changes.
C． The weather forecast was unreliable
D． The weather turned cold all of a sudden.
A． At a clinic.
B． At a restaurant.
C． In a supermarket.
D． In an ice cream shop.
A． The woman did not feel any danger growing up in the Bronx.
B． The man thinks it was quite safe living in the Bronx district.
C． The woman started working at an early age to support her family .
D． The man doesn’t think it safe to send an 8-year-old to buy things.
A． The man has never seen the woman before.
B． The two speakers work for the same company.
C． The two speakers work in the same floor.
D． The woman is interested in market research.
A． The woman can't tolerate any noise.
B． The man is looking for an apartment.
C． The man has missed his appointment.
D． the woman is going to take a train trip.
A． To make a business report to the woman .
B． To be interviewed for a job in the woman's company.
C． To resign from his position in the woman's company.
D． To exchange stock market information with the woman.
A． He is head of a small treading company.
B． He works in an international insurance company.
C． He leads s team of brokers in a big company.
D． He is a public relations officer in a small company.
A． The woman thinks Mr. Saunders is asking for more than they can offer.
B． Mr. Saunders will share one third of the woman's responsibilities.
C． Mr. Saunders believes that he deserves more paid vacations.
D． The woman seems to be satisfied with Mr. Saunders' past experience.
A． She's worried about the seminar.
B． The man keeps interrupting her.
C． She finds it too hard.
D． She lacks interest in it.
A． The lecturers are boring.
B． The course is poorly designed.
C． She prefers Philosophy to English.
D． She enjoys literature more.
A． Karen's friend.
B． Karen's parents.
C． Karen's lecturers.
D． Karen's herself.
A． Changing her major.
B． Spending less of her parents' money.
C． Getting transferred to the English Department.
D． Leaving the university.
A． Rent a grave.
B． Burn the body.
C． Bury the dead near a church.
D． Buy a piece of land for a grave.
A． To solve the problem of lack of land.
B． To see whether they have decayed.
C． To follow the Greek religious practice.
D． To move them to a multi-Storey
A． They should be buried lying down .
B． They should be buried standing up.
C． They should be buried after being washed.
D． They should be buried when partially decayed.
A． Burning dead bodies to ashes.
B． Storing dead bodies in a remote place.
C． Placing dead bodies in a bone room.
D． Digging up dead bodies after three years.
A． Plan his budget carefully
B． Give her more information.
C． Ask someone else for advice.
D． Buy a gift for his girlfriend.
A． She’ll have some chocolate cake.
B． She’ll take a look at the menu.
C． She’ll go without dessert.
D． She’ll prepare the dinner.
A． The man can speak a foreign language.
B． The woman hopes to improve her English.
C． The woman knows many different languages.
D． The man wishes to visit many more countries.
A． Go to the library.
B． Meet the woman.
C． See Professor Smith.
D． Have a drink in the bar.
A． She isn’t sure when Professor Bloom will be back
B． The man shouldn’t be late for his class.
C． The man can come back sometime later.
D． She can pass on the message for the man.
A． He has a strange personality.
B． He’s got emotional problems.
C． His illness is beyond cure.
D． His behavior is hard to explain.
A． The tickets are more expensive than expected.
B． The tickets are sold in advance at half price.
C． It’s difficult to buy the tickets on the spot.
D． It’s better to the tickets beforehand.
A． He turned suddenly and ran into a tree.
B． He was hit by a fallen box from a truck.
C． He drove too fast and crashed into a truck.
D． He was trying to overtake the truck ahead of him
A． To go boating on the St. Lawrence River
B． To go sightseeing in Quebec Province
C． To call on a friend in Quebec City
D． To attend a wedding in Montreal
A． Study the map of Quebec Province
B． Find more about Quebec Province
C． Brush up on her French
D． Learn more about the local customs
A． It’s most beautiful in summer
B． It has many historical buildings.
C． It was greatly expanded in the 18th century.
D． It’s the only French-speaking city in Canada.
A． It was about a little animal.
B． It took her six years to write.
C． It was adapted from a fairy tale.
D． It was about a little girl and her pet.
A． She knows how to write best-selling novels.
B． She can earn a lot of money by writing for adults.
C． She is able to win enough support from publishers.
D． She can make a living by doing what she likes.
A． The characters.
B． Her ideas.
C． The readers.
D． Her life experiences.
A． She doesn’t really know where they originated
B． She mainly drew on stories of ancient saints.
C． They popped out of her childhood dreams.
D． They grew out of her long hours of thinking.
A． Monitor students’ sleep patterns.
B． Help students concentrate in class.
C． Record students’ weekly performance.
D． Ask students to complete a sleep report.
A． Declining health.
B． Lack of attention.
C． Loss of motivation.
D． Improper behavior
A． They should make sure their children are always punctual for school.
B． They should ensure their children grow up in a healthy environment.
C． They should help their children accomplish high-quality work.
D． They should see to it that their children have adequate sleep.
A． It could help people of all ages to avoid cancer.
B． It was mainly meant for cancer patients.
C． It might appeal more to viewers over 40.
D． It was frequently interrupted by commercials.
A． The man is fond of traveling.
B． The woman is a photographer.
C． The woman took a lot of pictures at the contest.
D． The man admires the woman's talent in writing.
A． The man regrets being absent-minded.
B． The woman saved the man some trouble.
C． The man placed the reading list on a desk.
D． The woman emptied the waste paper basket.
A． He quit teaching in June.
B． He has left the army recently.
C． He opened a restaurant near the school.
D． He has taken over his brother's business.
A． She seldom reads books from cover to cover.
B． She is interested in reading novels.
C． She read only part of the book.
D． She was eager to know what the book was about
A． She was absent atl week owing to sickness.
B． She was seriously injured in a car accident.
C． She called to say that her husband had been hospitalized.
D． She had to be away from school to attend to her husband.
A． The speakers want to rent the Smiths’ old house.
B． The man lives two blocks away from the Smiths.
C． The woman is not sure if she is on the right street.
D． The Smiths' new house is not far from their old one.
A． The man had a hard time finding a parking space.
B． The woman found they had got to the wrong spot.
C． The woman was offended by the man's late arrival.
D． The man couldn't find his car in the parking lot.
A． The hotel clerk had put his reservation under another name.
B． The hotel clerk insisted that he didn't make any reservation.
C． The hotel clerk tried to take advantage of his inexperience.
D． The hotel clerk couldn't find his reservation for that night.
A． A grand wedding was being held in the hotel.
B． There was a conference going on in the city.
C． The hotel was undergoing major repairs.
D． It was a busy season for holiday-makers.
A． It was free of charge on weekends.
B． It had a 15% discount on weekdays.
C． It was offered to frequent guests only.
D． It was 10% cheaper than in other hotels.
A． Demand compensation from the hotel.
B． Ask for an additional discount.
C． Complain to the hotel manager.
D． Find a cheaper room in another hotel.
A． An employee in the city council at Birmingham.
B． Assistant Director of the Admissions Office
C． Head of the Overseas Students Office.
D． Secretary of Birmingham Medical School.
A． Nearly fitly percent arc foreigners.
B． About fifteen percent are from Africa.
C． A large majority are from Latin America.
D． A small number are from the Far East.
A． She will have more contact with students.
B． It will bring her capability into fuller play.
C． She will be more involved in policy-making.
D． It will be less demanding than her present job
A． Her parents thrived in the urban environment.
B． Her parents left Chicago to work on a farm.
C． Her parents immigrated to America.
D． Her parents set up an ice-cream store.
A． He taught English in Chicago.
B． He was crippled in a car accident.
C． He worked to become an executive.
D． He was born with a limp.
A． She was fond of living an isolated life.
B． She was fascinated by American culture.
C． She was very generous in offering help.
D． She was highly devoted lo her family.