|1||3||A : Roger said he didn’t break the window. Do you believe him?
B : Yes. I do. He‘s not the kind of child to ( )
1 make a start 2 take it look 3 tell a lie 4 wait a minute
|2||3||Keiko learned about the United States at school last year.
so she is familiar ( ) the names of some American cities.
1 at 2 in 3 with 4 on
|3||2||A : If we’re going to go to the drum concert next month.
we should buy our tickets ( ).
B : Good idea. If we wait until the day of the concert, they might be sold out. 1 by mistake 2 in advance 3 on average 4 for long
|4||2||Frank likes trying the food at different kinds of restaurants.
Last week, ( ). he went to a Russian restaurant.
1 by heart 2 for instance 3 in case 4 at most
|5||3||Jason Wants to start an Internet business. so when he goes to college he will mayor ( ) computer science.
1 to 2 with 3 in 4 hy
|6||1||A : Mom. aren’t we going to wait for Dad to get home before we st-tin eating dinner‘?
B : No. tic said that he would be late tonight. so let’s ( ) and start without him.
1 go ahead 2 hang up 8 pull out 4 drop by
|7||2||When Jennifer got to the party. She was surprised ( ) her friend Jack wearing a suit.
He does not usually dress so nicely.
1 on the point of 2 at the sight of 3 by the end of 4 in the way of
|8||4||A : Henry. why did you go back to school this afternoon‘!
B : I noticed that I ( ) my textbook in my desk.
1 to leave 2 am leaving 3 have left 4 had left
|9||4||A : I didn’t like our school trip to the mountains. There was too much hiking.
B : ( ) did i. i hope we go to the beach next year.
1 Seldom 2 Else 3 Almost 4 Neither
|10||1||Professor Taylor appeared on so many TV programs that people began to he was not so much a historian ( ) a TV host.
1 its 2 to 3 by 4 against