1、—Did you remember to give Alice the money you owe her?
—Yes, ______ I saw her, I remember it（）
2、Every Monday morning when I am in my small office, I wish I ______ in a multinational company（）
C．am to work
3、John may phone tonight, so I don’t want to go out ______ he phones（）
A．as long as
B．in order that
4、The man denied ______ anything at the supermarket when he was questioned by the police（）
A．to have stolen
D．having been stealing
5、Earthworms occur ______ adequate moisture and food and the necessary soil conditions are found（）
6、The government ______ to pressure from the trade union and decided to better the working conditions（）
7、She’s going to the photographer’s ______（）
A．to have her photograph take
B．to have her photograph taking
C．to have her photograph taken
D．to have taken her photograph
8、Lily is on her way to become a star, ______ her wonderful performance at the Art Festival（）
9、French is not his mother ______, but he can speak it excellently（）
10、Only after the students have mastered the rules of pronunciation ______（）
A．can they memorize words more easily
B．when can they memorize words more easily
C．then they can memorize words more easily
D．when they can memorize words more easily
11、We are quite ______ to our parents and our teacher（）
12、—Hi, John. How was the concert?
—Wonderful! Mary and David performed ______ and impressed us（）
13、What he did is ______ what he said to us. He didn’t keep his promise（）
14、As he ______ to submit the accounting report before 4：30 p.m.， the assistant hurried to Mr．Smith’s office（）
15、The governess agreed to teach the temperamental child ______ she was given complete authority（）
16、It was in a small village in the south ______ he spent his childhood and met his life-long friend—the local schoolmaster（）
17、It’s time to ______ talking and to start acting（）
18、The robber had escaped and was nowhere to be found when the police ______（）
19、The train ______ she was traveling was late（）
20、Numerous studies have shown that ______ the teacher’s expectation, the greater the achievement of the student（）
1、Whether you are an American citizen or a foreign national living in the United States, travel abroad requires preparation. Travel may be for the purpose of attending meetings or activities in other countries, visiting families or simply taking a vacation. This page is intended to provide guidance and useful resources.
What information do U.S.citizens need?
Depending upon the requirements of the country to be visited, citizens of the United States need to carry a passport that is valid for six months beyond the visit or documented evidence of their citizenship and identity （身份）. In addition to a passport, some countries will require a visa. For more information, see Visa and Foreign Entry Requirements.
Current information on passports is available at the Department of State Passport Services and Information website. There is a new passport requirement for U.S. citizens traveling between the United States and the rest of the Western Hemisphere （半球）. For details, see Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative.
When traveling to some specified countries, U.S.citizens may be subject to restrictions on publishing, the exchange of information, the sponsorship of conferences, etc
What is the usual minimum limit to the validity of the passport held by an American citizen（）
A．There is no limit to the validity of the passport
B．The passport must be valid for half a year beyond the visit
C．C. The citizen can apply for a passport as long as six months
D．D. The minimum limit depends on the nature of the citizen’s visit
2、American citizens can obtain the current information about passports from ______（）
A．the country they are going to visit
B．the Department of State’s website
C．the authorized travel agency
D．the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative
3、It can be inferred that there are restrictions on publishing when American citizens travel abroad because of ______（）
A．the limitation of the number of publications
B．the security of the United States
C．the interest of individuals
D．the protection of copyright
4、This passage is mainly to remind American citizens of ______（）
A．the importance of applying for a passport and visa
B．safety regulations for visiting other countries
C．the limitations to traveling around the world
D．the requirements for their traveling abroad
5、From the passage we can infer that ______（）
A．to get a visa is a new requirement for American citizens visiting other countries
B．it’s easier for American citizens to get a visa from a foreign country than at home
C．requirements for American citizens going abroad are not always fixed
D．American citizens usually have difficulty getting a passport
6、Faces, like fingerprints, are unique. Did you ever wonder how it is possible for us to recognize people? Even a skilled writer probably could not describe all the features that make one face different from another. Yet a very young child—or even an animal, such as a pigeon—can learn to recognize faces, we all take this ability for granted.
We also tell people apart by how they behave. When we talk about someone’s personality, we mean the ways in which he or she acts, speaks, thinks and feels that make that individual different from others.
Like the human face, human personality is very complex. But describing someone’s personality in words is somewhat easier than describing his face. If you were asked to describe what a nice face looked like, you probably would have a difficult time doing so. But if you were asked to describe a nice person, you might begin to think about someone who was kind, considerate, friendly, warm, and so forth.
There are many words to describe how a person thinks, feels, acts. Gordon Allport, an American psychologist, found nearly 18,000 English words characterizing differences in people’s behavior. And many of us use this information as a basis for describing, or typing his personality. Bookworms, conservatives, military types—people are described with such terms.
People have always tried to type each other. Actors in early Greek drama wore masks to show the audience whether they played the villain’s （坏人） or the hero’s role. In fact, the words person and personality come from the Latin persona, meaning mask. Today, most television and movie actors do not wear masks. But we can easily tell the good guy from the bad guy because the two types differ in appearances as well as in actions
By using the example of fingerprints, the author tells us that ______（）
A．people can learn to recognize faces
B．people have different personalities
C．people have difficulty in describing the features of fingerprints
D．people differ from each other in facial features
7、According to this passage, some animals have the gift of ______（）
A．telling people apart by how they behave
B．typing each other
C．telling good people from bad people
D．recognizing human faces
8、Who most probably knows best how to describe people’s personality（）
A．The ancient Greek audience
B．The movie actors
D．The modern TV audience
9、According to the passage, it is possible for us to tell one type of person from another because ______（）
A．people differ in their behavioral and physical characteristics
B．human fingerprints provide unique information
C．people’s behavior can be easily described in words
D．human faces have complex features
10、Which of the following is the major point of the passage（）
A．Why it is necessary to identify people’s personality?
B．Why it is possible to describe people?
C．How to get to know people?
D．How best to recognize people
11、Advertising follows us everywhere. Whenever we turn on the television, listen to the radio or open a newspaper or a magazine, we are bombarded with advertisements. They invite us to try a new type of orange juice, wear X-brand jeans or watch the latest film. They beg us to notice the difference and discover the advantages. They exist to make us want what they are selling.
Strangely, the more we are exposed to advertising, the less we notice it. We get so used to seeing advertisements everywhere that they become largely invisible, as if they were another part of our everyday lives. But does that mean that we are no longer affected by them?
One advertising expert believes that the special power of advertising lies in the fact that we do not pay much attention to it. Dr. Krugman, who was head of research for a major advertising company for many years, says that the less we notice ads, the more we are affected by them. Dr. Krugman believes that when we stop noticing advertisements, we lower our defenses, allowing the messages of the advertisements to be taken in and stored, ready to be triggered into action at the right moment. He says that the effects of advertising on the individual are small, but over a period of time they have a powerful effect on the masses.
A market analyst says that all advertising, no matter how innocent, is misleading in some way.
When asked about the power of advertising in research surveys, most people agree that it works, but not on them. Almost everyone believes that they have complete control over how thousands of ads they see every day affect them
Ads exist to make people want ______（）
A．a new type of orange juice
C．to watch the latest film
D．what they advertise
12、The more we see ads, the less we ______（）
A．pay attention to them
B．feel tired of them
D．put up with them
13、Although we may think we are not affected by them, Dr. Krugman believes that advertisements affect ______（）
A．all of us
B．most of us
C．some of us
D．a few individuals
14、Dr. Krugman believes that when we stop noticing ads, we begin to ______（）
B．be on guard against them
15、When asked about the power of ads, most people agree that ads are ineffective on ______（）
16、There are many ways to learn about people of other lands. One way is to study the clothing other people wear. For thousands of years, people in different part of the world have worn very different types of clothing. There are four big reasons for this.
One reason might be religion. In many Moslem countries, women must wear veils to hide their faces. The veils must be worn in public. Veils are part of the Moslem religion. The second reason is that different materials are used in different countries. For instance, in France the materials used in clothing may be cotton, silk, wool, or many other man-made materials. Most people in China wear cotton.
The ways clothes are made are also very different. This is another reason why people dress differently. Western countries rely on machines to make most of their clothing. Someone living in India can use only hand power to make the clothing he needs.
World-wide differences in customs also lead to differences in clothing. A Mexican farmer wears a straw hat with a brim up. In China, a farmer wears a straw hat with a brim down. Both hats are used to protect the farmers from the sun. Some of these customs have come down through thousands of years
If you want to learn about the differences about people in the world, you______（）
A．should know the ways to study other lands
B．should know the four big reasons given in the passage
C．may study the different types of clothing people wear
D．may be surprised by the ways people wear hats
17、In many Moslem countries, women have to ______ in public（）
A．wear more clothes than men
B．cover their faces with veils
C．protect their faces from being hurt
D．wear religious clothing
18、Which of the following is the reason for the differences in clothing（）
A．Materials used for clothes differ from country to country
B．Cotton is the common material for clothing
C．Manmade materials are invented to make clothes
D．Most people like silk clothes
19、The third reason for difference in clothing is ______（）
B．different ways of making clothes
C．different styles of dressing
20、The two examples of wearing hats are given in the last paragraph to show ______（）
A．the effect of customs on dressing style
B．the function of wearing straw hat
C．the correct way of wearing straw hat
D．the long history of some customs
1、At one time Einstein traveled all over the United States giving a lecture. He traveled by car, and soon became quite friendly with the driver. The driver always listened to Einstein’s lecture,______ ______ the great scientist gave again and again. One day, he told Einstein that he knew ____________ so well that he was sure he ___________ it himself. Einstein smiled and said, Why don’t you give the lecture for me next time? The driver agreed.
That evening, both of them went along to the lecture hall. Nobody there ___________ Einstein before. As the driver____________his place on the stage everyone clapped. Then he began the lecture. Sure enough, he did not make a single mistake. It was a great success, and when it was over, people clapped and clapped. Then he started to leave, shaking ____________ with everybody, ____________by Einstein quietly a few steps behind.
Just before they got to the door, a man stopped them and asked the driver a very difficult question. The driver listened carefully. Of course, he did not understand a thing, but he nodded his head as if he ____________.When the man stopped ___________， the driver said that he thought the question was very interesting but really very simple, in fact,____________ show how simple the question really was, he would ask his driver to answer it
A．in order that
C．in order to
D．so as to
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