No doctors could cure the patient ________ his strange disease.
2. He was his wits’ end ________ what to do.
3. Prior ________ his departure, he addressed a letter to his daughter.
4. The driving instructor told me to pull ________ at the post office.
The airport' s flow of international passengers for July is______the figure for the corresponding month of the previous year.
B．20% less than
C．80% more than
D．80% less than
2. Because of the outbreak of SARS, the airport______.
A．reduced its service to some regions
B．reduced its service to all regions
C．reduced its service to some areas while adding to some other regions
D．canceled all its services to southeast Asian countries
3. Which of the following is true?
A．The international service in August would be as much as in July.
B．The flow of international passengers will be more than that in July.
C．The airport will provide less service than in July.
D．The flow of international passengers will be more than that in usual time.
4. The report is mainly about______.
A．the operation of Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
B．where people should go to visit after SARS
C．the prediction of what will happen to transport and tourism after SARS
D．the resuming service in Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
1. Why did one scientist expose birds to artificial daylight?
A．To test the relationship between daylight and a disease of the glands common to birds
B．To test the relationship between daylight and migration
C．To test the relationship between migration and temperature
D．To test the relationship between daylight and changes in the season
2. According to the theory of photo-periodism, ______.
A．birds should migrate in the middle of the winter
B．longer days cause changes in the bodies of birds
C．seasonal changes in the length of days do not affect migration
D．increasing daylight increases the distance of migration
3. This passage supports the belief that______.
A．exact reasons for migration are not known
B．birds migrate because of changes in temperature
C．the ancestral home of all birds was the tropics
D．glaciers caused birds to migrate
4. In July Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport resumed its international service to______.
A．the whole world
B．only four southeastern nations
C．the Southeast Asian nations
D．all Asian nations
1. I__________ you some money, but I hadn’t any on me then.
A. would lend
B. would have lent
C. could lend
D. may have lent
1. A: I need to get this done by noon. Can you give me a hand?
A.I can give you both hands
B. I'll watch your back.
C. I'm all yours
D. The pleasure is mine.
2. A: Good morning. I'd like to book a table for two for 8:30 on Friday, please.
A. Yes, speaking. B. Hold the line.
C. Your name, please? D. After a while.
3. A：It's Janet Smith. _________.
B：Yes，I'd like to have some information about having a phone installed.
A. Who's that? B. What's wrong?
C. What's up? D. May I help you?
4.Shop assistant: What do you have in mind?
Customer :I'm thinking about jewelry or something valuable.
Shop assistant: We've got beautiful jewelry here. If you're interested，______.
A. I can show you B. you can see it
C. I'll get it D. you should buy it
5. A： I like this apartment very much, but I'll come back this evening with my wife and kids. Will that be convenient?
A. It's good for you. B. That's fine with me.
C. It's thoughtful of you. D. That's right.
1. How about the two of us ________ a walk down the garden ?
A. to take B. take C. taking D. to be taking
2. The computer center , __________ last year , is very popular among the students in this school .
A. open B. opening C. having opened D. opened
3. Charles Babbage is generally considered _________ the first computer .
A. to invent B. inventing
C. to have invented D. having invented
4. She set out soon after dark _______home an hour later.
A. arriving B. to arrive C. having arrived D. and arrived
1. In 1914, an apparently insignificant event in a remote part of Eastern Europe ____ Europe into a great war.
A. inserted B. imposed C. pitched D. plunged
2. According to the American federal government, residents of Hawaii have the longest life ___ : 77.2 years.
A. scope B. rank C. span D. scale
3. His achievement was more ____ in that he had come from such a poor family.
A. popular B. famous C. understandable D. remarkable
4. John Dewey believed that education should be a preparation for life that a person learns by doing, and that teaching must ____ the curiosity and creativity of children.
A. seek B. stimulate C. shape D. secure