1.“ Here we are!" cried the tour guide, _________ along in front of the group.
(A) to trot
(B) to trotting
2."Why did Professor Lin punish Helen?" “ He _________ in the examination."
(A) caught her to be cheating
(B) catches her cheating
(C) caught her cheating
(D) caught her to cheat
3."What will happen if he gets worse?" “ That might lead to _________ into a hospital."
(A) his being put
(B) his putting
(C) put him
(D) him put
4.“ Did you really stop smoking two months ago?" “ Yes , I _________ smoking for two months."
(A) had not been
(B) was not
(C) have not been
(D) have not been being
5.“Why didn’t you bring me a piece of cake too?” “_________ me, I would have gotten you one.”
(A) You asked
(B) Had you asked
(D) If you have asked
6.“ Is he usually so generous?” “ Oh, no , sir; hardly ever _________ so generous before."
(A) has he been
(B) is he
(C) he has been
(D) he was
1. “I’ve lost one of my gloves.”
“You _____ it somewhere.”
(A) must drop
(B) must have dropped
(C) must be dropping
(D) must have been dropping
2. I had the biggest _____ on a pop singer when I was young.
3. People think it’s always warm and sunny in Portugal, _____ January and February are often cold, wet, and grey.
(D) thanks to
4. _____ by a friend or a date?
(A) Have you ever been stand up
(B) Have you been stand up
(C) Have you ever been stood up
(D) Have you stood up ever been
1. The report revealed that the company’s financial problems were _____ anyone anticipated.
(A) very worse than
(B) bad more than
(C) worse very much than
(D) much worse than
2. Peter and Jane _____ after their marriage.
(A) communicating stopped shortly
(B) communicating shortly stopped
(C) stopped shortly communicate
(D) stopped communicating shortly
3. If blood _____ from the stomach right after a meal, digestion of food will be hampered.
(A) has been transferred
(B) were transferred
(C) will be transferred
(D) is transferred
4. By 2050, there will be 9 billion people in the world. They will need water to drink, to grow crops, and _____.Some areas of the world are drying up. A drier planet and more demand mean it is vital to use water wisely.
(A) making energy
(B) to make energy
(C) that makes energy
(D) make energy
5. Away from the gorgeous regal halls _____ a dark, dreary cell, where the wind whistled through the iron bars.
(A) was she led to
(B) she was led to
(C) led she was to
(D) she led to
6. Robot-assisted surgery results in smaller scars, _____ hospital stays.
(A) slightest pain, and short
(B) less pain, and shorter
(C) painless, and short
(D) least pain, and shortest
1._____, the food an animal gets is of no use unless it can be digested.
(A) How nutritious is not a matter
(B) The matter is nutritious or not
(C) It does not matter how nutritious
(D) No matter how nutritious
2.Jackson, _____ capital of Mississippi, is the largest city in the state.
(B) where is the
(C) is the
(D) it is the
3._____ as the most important crop in Howaii is sugar cane.
(A) It ranks
(B) It is ranked
(C) What ranks
(D) The rank
4._____ surprises many youngsters.
(A) Butterflies are insects
(B) Butterflies as insects
(C) Butterflies being insects
(D) The fact that butterflies are insects
5._____ superstitious beliefs about the mandrake plant.
(A) People have had long
(B) People have long had
(C) Have people long had
(D) Long have had people
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1.Dragonflies feed on a large variety of insects _____ catch in flight.
(B) in which they
(D) are to
2.It is estimated that 90 percent of all cigarette smokers _____ or quit smoking entirely.
(A) is likely to cut down
(B) are likely to cut down
(C) would likely to cut down
(D) would likely to cutting down
3.Fred said that he wouldn't mind _____.
(A) to do the work for us
(B) do the work for us
(C) for working for us
(D) working for us
4.Having resigned from government service in 1865, Anderson Dana _____ of a short-lived Chicago paper.
(A) became editor
(B) becoming editor
(C) have become editor
(D) becomes editor
5.Granite is composed of feldspar, _____, is usually glassy and hard.
(A) when, pure which
(B) when, which pure
(C) which, pure when
(D) which, when pure
1.In blank verse _____ of ten syllables, five of which are accented.
(A)line consists of each
(B)consists of each line
(C)each line consists
(D)it consists of each line
2._____ a bicameral, or two-chamber, parliament.
(C)Because Canada has
(D)The Canada is having
3._____ time and labor, cartoonists generally draw the hands of their characters with only three fingers and a thumb.
4.The recent discovery of a novel by Harriet Wilson, published in 1859, _____ a landmark in Black American literature.
(A) has brought to light
(B)light to brought has
(C)brought to light has
(D)has light to brought
5._____ telescopes of the 1600, magnified objects thirty-three times their original size.
(C)This is the
(D)Being where the
1.A computer is usually chosen because of its simplicity of operation and ease of maintenance _____ its capacity to store information.
(A)the same as
(C)as well as
2.Frost occurs in valleys and on low grounds _____ on adjacent hills.
(B)more frequently as
(D)more frequently than
3.When friends insist on _____ expensive gifts, it makes most people uncomfortable.
(B)them to accept
4.Both liquids and gases flow freely from a container because they have _____ .
(A)no definite shape
(B)not definite shape
(C)none definite shape
(D)never definite shape
5.If a small specimen of the embryonic fluid is removed from a fetus, it will be possible to determine _____.
(A) that the baby will be born with birth defects
(B)what the baby will be born with birth defects
(C)whether the baby will be born with birth defects
(D)when the baby will be born with birth defects
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Shakespeare`s works _____into every major living language, and his plays are continually performed all around the world.
(A) have translated
(B) is translated
(C) has been translated
(D) have been translated
The first hamburgers _____ in Connecticut in 1895 by an American chef named Louis Lassen. He called them hamburgers because the sailors from Hamburg, Germany, gave him the recipe.
(A) used to make and sell
(B) made and sold
(C) were made and sold
(D) would be made and sold
There never seems to _____ horror stories about children neglected or abused by their parents.
(A) have shortage of
(B) have a shortage of
(C ) be a shortage of
(D) are shortage of
Fifteen million Italians are regular smokers, but opinion polls suggest most people _____ the ban.
(C) did support
(D) to support
Not only _____ generate energy, but it also produces fuel for other fission reactors.
(A) a nuclear breeder reactor
(B) it is a nuclear breeder reactor
(C) does a nuclear breeder reactor
(D) is a nuclear breeder reactor
In my parts of world, cell phones are more than ______ of communication in everyday life.
(A) means(B) a mean(C) meaning(D) a means
Two aspects of American society helped the fast food industry ______ off in the 1950s－teenagers and cars, both of which boomed in number after World War II.
(A) taken(B) took(C) taking(D) take
The peasant farmers _____ till the Nile delta still work in the ancient ways of their ancestors.
(A) which(B) who(C) whom(D) in which
Rarely _____ last longer than few minutes.
(A) do earthquakes(B) earthquakes(C) earthquakes that(D) earthquakes do
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(A) ΔH°f = 0 for Al(s) at 298 K
(B) ΔG°f = 0 for H2(g) at 298 K
(C) S° = 51.446 J/(mol•K) for Na(s) at 298 K
(D) qsys < 0 for H2O(l) → H2O(s) at 0°C
(E) At 0°C, all elements have zero standard entropy
Answer is (C)2 個解答Chemistry9 年前
the 12 outermost electrons in the O2 molecule are distributed as follows:
(A) 12 in bonding MOs, 0 in antibonding MOs.
(B) 10 in bonding MOs, 2 in antibonding MOs.
(C) 9 in bonding MOs, 3 in antibonding MOs.
(D) 8 in bonding MOs, 4 in antibonding MOs.
(E) 7 in bonding MOs, 5 in antibonding MOs.
Answer is (D) 8 in bonding MOs, 4 in antibonding MOs.2 個解答Chemistry9 年前
C2H5OH(l) + 3O2(g) → 2CO2(g) + 3H2O(l)
(A) ΔS° ≈ 0 (B) ΔS° < 0 (C) ΔS° > 0 (D) ΔS° =ΔH° /T
(E) More information is needed to make a reasonable prediction.1 個解答Chemistry9 年前