[单选题]Clearly the medicine ______.A.may be dangerous for small childrenB.can’t be taken by children under twelve years oldC.may be taken by children but not by adultsD.may be taken by adults but not by children
[单选题]We can infer by this label that ______.A.the medicine could cause some people to feel nervousB.children may take the same dosage as adults takeC.one may not take this medicine before going to bedD.the medicine is liquid
[单选题]How many tablets should one take before he goes to sleep?A.oneB.twoC.one and halfD.three
[单选题]What should you do ff your child is under six years old?A.You should let him take two tablets a day.B.You should reduce the dosage anyway.C.You should find the directions on the bottle.D.You should ask the doctor for advice.
[单选题]Medicine DirectionsTake two tablets with warm water, followed by one tablet every eight hours, as required. For maximum nighttime and early morning relief, take two tablets at bedtime. Do not exceed six tablets in twenty-four hours.For children six to twelve years old, give half the adult dosage. For children under six years old consult your doctor.Reduce dosage if nervousness, restlessness, or sleeplessness occurs.The label on this medicine bottle clearly warns not to take more than ______.A.twenty-four tablets a dayB.eight tablets a dayC.six tablets a dayD.three tablets a day
[单选题]In the last sentence, the word bust most probably means ______.A.the upper part of one’s bodyB.self-portraitC.paintingD.clothes
[单选题]Which of the following objects was an important woodworking tool used by early American craftsmen?A.A bustB.A decoyC.A figureheadD.A chisel
[单选题]The passage suggests that the early shops for making tools were ______.A.not very sophisticatedB.known for doing very quick WorkC.dependent on imported materialsD.frequented only by fashionable people
[单选题]According to the passage, the first settlers used wood for their utensils and tools because it was ______.A.durableB.inexpensiveC.availableD.attractive
[单选题]Wood carving refers to the art of creating or decorating objects of wood by carving with a sharp, hand-held tool. This form. of art has a history of over 1,000 years and a unique artistic style. The following is some introduction about wood carving in America.Wood carving began as a necessity in America and developed into an art. Because of the lack of other materials, early settlers were forced to make tools and utensils out of wood. At first, these articles were whittled with a knife, but when pioneer craftsmen set up their primitive shops most of them were fashioned on a lathe--a machine which holds an object and rotates it while it is being shaped by a tool.However, even after Massachusetts-born Thomas Blancard designed a lathe which could turn irregular shapes--an innovation that made possible mass production of gunstocks, shoe lasts, oblong and square wooden wares--craftsmen who could use knife and chisel skillfully were still in demand. Some found ready employment in shops of cabinetmakers, while others, carved decoy. Still others specialized in creating shop signs, ship figureheads, or in decorating interior woodwork. A few even accepted commissions to make busts of prominent citizens.This passage most likely came from a longer work about early American ______.A.arts and craftsB.political leadersC.logging industriesD.fashion design
[单选题]What is this report mainly about?A.Phone inquires about hotel bookings for the 2008 Olympic Games.B.Beijing Hotel is one of the most top hotels in the capital.C.Beijing will host the 2008 Olympic Games.D.Visitors from all over the world will come to China for the games.
[单选题]In Beijing there are ______ hotels with stars at present.A.20B.34C.about 400D.more than 800
[单选题]Wendy: Have you been to the new bakery on the corner? Arthur: No, how is it? Wendy: It is heaven ! ______ !A.Their cakes are to strive forB.Their cakes are to struggle forC.Their cakes are to die forD.Their cakes are to pay for
[单选题]Which of the following statement is TRUE according to this passage?A.Beijing Hotel has just been opened recently.B.There are too many luxurious things in Beijing Hotel.C.Beijing Hotel will prepare rooms for those that had booked the room.D.Not only foreigners but also native people wanted to book rooms for Games.
[单选题]At the foot of the mountain ______.A.stood a villageB.a village wasC.did a village standD.stand a village
[单选题]Wang (guest): That was a delicious dinner. Mrs. Willis (hostess): ______. Would you like to go to the living room now? It’s more comfortable there.A.Thank you. Don’t mention itB.You’re welcomeC.Not so delicious, I’m afraidD.I’m glad you enjoyed it
[单选题]According to the second paragraph, the 50 to 60 booking phone calls are from those who ______.A.did not know the resultB.wanted to gamble on the resultC.believed that Beijing would be the winnerD.are IOC members
[单选题]I don’t know his address, ______.A.otherwise I will write to himB.otherwise I would write to himC.otherwise I had written to himD.otherwise I would have written to him
[单选题]Jim: I have a pair of tickets for an opera Saturday night. Would you like to go? Cindy: I don’t think so. ______.A.I’m not too wild about operaB.I’m not too interested about operaC.I’m not very excited about operaD.I’m not very anxious about opera
[单选题]Beijing’s top hotels are fielding scores of calls from foreigners and Chinese people eager to book rooms during the 2008 Olympic Games in the Chinese capital. The luxurious and recently-renovated Beijing Hotel said it had received nearly 100 telephone inquiries from people wanting to book rooms during the Games since Beijing won its bid to host the event. Out of these people, foreigners make up 30 to 40 per cent, including people calling from the United States and Europe, a hotel sales manager surnamed Song said.Minutes before the decision by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) was announced in Moscow, the hotel had already received 50 to 60 such phone calls from would be game-goers gambling on the result. Domestic callers have mainly come from the southern provinces of Guangdong and Fujian. Song said the hotel was not taking reservations, but only noting down names of callers, because seven years was too far in advance. The hotel also may be used by the IOC and would then need to set aside rooms for IOC members, he said.Beijing will have more than 800 hotels with star ratings before the Olympic Games in 2008. The city currently has 20 five-star hotels, 34 four-star hotels and 338 other hotels with lower ratings. About 70 hotels will be designated to accommodate athletes and Olympic officials during the Games.In the first paragraph, which of the following is the most possible reason for many people to book rooms in top hotels in Beijing?A.The 2008 Olympic Games will be hold there.B.More foreigners want to come to China.C.People from the United States and Europe are eager to visit China.D.Those hotels can offer good service.
[单选题]What matters ______ not winning but participating.A.areB.to beC.wasD.is
[单选题]Joe: We haven’t got together for a long time. How about lunch next week? Nancy: I’m pretty tied up all next week. How about we plan on two weeks from today? ______. Joe: OK. Wednesday in two weeks.A.I can reach it on that WednesdayB.I can make it on that WednesdayC.I can get it on that WednesdayD.I can assure it on that Wednesday
[单选题]Even if it ______ this afternoon, I will go there.A.has rainedB.will rainC.rainsD.will have rained
[单选题]Martin: Can you cover for me on Sunday? I’m supposed to teach the high school class. Lisa: Sure. ______ ? Martin: We’re going to the beach for the weekend. Lisa: Well, don’t worry. I’ll take good care of Sunday school.A.What’s inB.What’s the thingC.What’s upD.What’s down
[单选题]Which of the following can we infer from the passage?A.Everyone has his lucky day.B.The supermarket is dishonest.C.The supermarket might just play a trick so customers should be more cautious.D.Wives should listen to their husbands.
[单选题]Maggie ran back to the kitchen, eggs ______ carefully in her hands.A.to be heldB.heldC.were heldD.holding
[单选题]Michael: The Johnsons are moving next week. We are going to have a going-away party for them Saturday. Tracy: I didn’t realize they were moving so soon. ______ Michael: Yes, but we’ll have one last chance to get together. We’re planning a barbecue.A.Wish them a happy journey.B.May they have a more comfortable home.C.They are really going to be missed.D.We can’t stay together forever, can we?
[单选题]When the manager told her that she was the lucky customer, Mrs. White would be ______.A.very tiredB.happier than ever beforeC.rather sadD.enthusiastic
[单选题]All the firemen in the city were ______to fight against the big fire.A.called inB.called offC.called upD.called on
[单选题]Connie: Are you doing pottery? It looks like fun! Frank: ______ ? Connie: Boy, would I? Thanks.A.Would you please give me a handB.Would you please not to bother meC.Have you ever learned how to do itD.Would you like to try it
[单选题]Mrs. White’s husband tried to ______.A.cheer her upB.stop her from going to the supermarketC.stop her from buying unnecessary thingsD.make her less happy
[单选题]He was not as active as I had ______him to be.A.inspectedB.recognizedC.objectedD.expected
[单选题]Tom: You are playing guitar well. Can you read music? Charles: No, I don’t. I just listen to songs on the radio and then play them until they sound right. Tom: ______ Charles: No, really.A.You’re lyingB.You’re cheatingC.You are boastingD.You’re kidding
[单选题]Mrs. White is different from her friends who were ______.A.easily satisfiedB.not always hopefulC.sure to succeedD.not interested in free food
[单选题]Science is still ______ of the causes of many kinds of cancer.A.ignorantB.unconsciousC.consciousD.informed
[单选题]Mary: What are you working on? Susan: I’m doing some embroidery. Mary: ______ Susan: I don’t do very much, just for very special occasions.A.I didn’t know you did needlework.B.I think you have done a good job.C.Where did you learn to do needlework?D.Why do you do needlework?
[单选题]Most of the people who appear most often and most gloriously in the history books are great conquerors and generals and soldiers, whereas the people who really helped civilization forward are often never mentioned at all. We do not know who first set a broken leg, or launched a seaworthy boat, or calculated the(31)of the year, or manured a field; but we know(32)about the killers and destroyers. People think a great deal of them, so(33)so that on all the highest pillars in the great cities of the world you will find the figure of a conqueror or a general or a soldier. And I think most people believe that the greatest countries are(34)that have beaten in battle the greatest number of other countries and ruled over them as conquerors. It is just possible they are,(35)they are not the most civilized. Animals fight; so do savages; hence to be good at fighting is to be good in the way in(36)an animal or a savage is good, but it is not to be civilized. Even being good at getting other people to fight for you and(37)them how to do it most efficiently — this, after all, is(38)conquerors and generals have done -- is not being civilized. People fight to settle quarrels. Fighting means killing, and civilized peoples ought to be able to find some way of settling their disputes other(39)by seeing which side can kill off the greater number of other side, and then(40)that that side which has killed most has won.(31)A.numberB.lengthC.depthD.width
[单选题]All the people who went to the new supermarket had one great hope: to be the lucky customer who did not have to pay for his shopping. For this was what the notice just inside the entrance promised. It said, Remember, once a week, one of our customers gets free goods. This may be your lucky day!For several weeks Mrs. White hoped, like many of her friends, to be the lucky customer. Unlike her friends, however, she never lost heart. Her kitchen was full of things which she did not really need. Her husband tried again and again to persuade her to give it up, but she just wouldn’t listen. She dreamed of the day when the manager of the supermarket would come up to say, Madam. this is your lucky day. Everything in your basket today is free.One Friday morning, after she had finished her shopping and had taken it to her car, she found that she had forgotten to buy some tea. She rushed back to the supermarket, got the tea and went to the desk to pay for it. As she was walking, she saw the manager of the supermarket coming up. Madam, he said warmly, holding out his hand, I want to congratulate you! You are our lucky customer today. Everything you’ve got in your basket is free.People went to the supermarket to ______.A.buy foodB.be lucky customersC.get free thingsD.meet the manager
[单选题]She got a ______ job while she was waiting to go to the university.A.steadyB.attractiveC.temporaryD.permanent
[单选题]Guest: Oh, I hadn’t realized how late it was. I’m afraid I’ll have to be going. Host: Oh, not yet. I’m just going to make some coffee. Guest: ______ , though I’d really love to stay. I’ve got to be up by six tomorrow morning, unfortunately. Thank you for a wonderful party.A.I’m sorry, but I mustB.Excuse me, but I have to goC.Pardon me, but I should goD.It’s a pity, but no way out
[单选题]He was in a hurry and left things in a real ______.A.mixtureB.confusionC.messD.mass