1.—The sea is very rough today —Yes， I‘ve never seen _______ before
A.such rough sea
B.such a rough sea
C.so rough sea
D.that rough sea
4.—I‘ve been told to pay the rent —But it‘s already been pai
A.It ______ by someone else
D.must be paid
E.must have been paid
5.Montreal is larger than _______ in Canada
C.any other cities
D.any other city
2.—She‘s broken her arm again —Again? I ______ she _______ ever broken it before
A.don‘t know; has
B.didn’t know; had
C.didn‘t know; has
D.hadn’t know; would
3.—Has the wallet been returned yet? —No， but we expect ______ any day now
A.to return it
B.it to return
C.it to be returned
1.Mr. Jones woke early one morning， before the sun had risen. It was a beautiful morning， _1_ he went to the window and looked out. He was _2_ to see a neatly-dressed and mid-aged professor， who _3_ in the university just up the road from Mr. Jones‘ house， coming the direction of the town. He had grey hair thick glasses， and was _4 an umbrella， a morning newspaper and a bag. Mr. Jones thought that he must have _5_ by the night train _6_ taking a taxi.
Mr. Jones had a big tree in his garden， and the children had tied a long _7_ to one of the branches， so that they could swing on it.
Mr. Jones saw the professor _8_ when he saw the rope and looked carefully up and down the road. When he saw that there was _9_ in sight， he stepped into the garden (there was no fence)， put his umbrella， newspaper， bag and hat nearly on the grass and _10_ the rope. He pulled it _11_ to see whether it was strong enough to take his weight， then ran as fast as he could and swung into the _12_ on the end of the rope， his grey hair blowing all around _13_. _14_ he swung， sometimes taking a few more _15_ steps on the grass when the rope began to swing _16_ slowly for him.
_17_ the professor stopped， straightened his tie， combed his hair carefully， put on his hat， _18_ his umbrella， newspaper and bag， and continued _19_ his way to the university， looking as _20_ and correct and respectable as one would expect a professor to be._1_ he went to the window and looked out
6.by the night train _6_ taking a taxi
7.and the children had tied a long _7_ to one of the
8.Mr. Jones saw the professor _8_ when he saw the rope and looked carefully up and down
9.When he saw that there was _9_ in sight
2.He was _2_ to see a neatly-dressed and mid-aged professor
11.He pulled it _11_ to see whether
12.the _12_ on the end of the rope
13.his grey hair blowing all around _13_
3.who _3_ in the university just up the road from Mr. Jones‘ house
15.a few more _15_ steps on the grass
16.began to swing _16_ slowly for him
17._17_ the professor stopped
18._18_ his umbrella
19.and continued _19_ his way to the university
20.looking as _20_ and correct and respectable
4.and was _4 an umbrella
5.Mr. Jones thought that he must have _5_
10.bag and hat nearly on the grass and _10_ the rope
14._14_ he swung
A.Backwards and forwards
B.Up and down
C.Left and right
D.Around and around
1.Grandma Moses is among the most famous twentieth-century painters of the United States， yet she had only just begun painting in her late seventies. As she once said of herself： “I would never sit back in a rocking-chair， waiting for someone to help me.”
She was born on a farm in New York State. At twelve she left home and was in a service until at twenty-seven， she married Thomas Moses， the tenant of hers. They farmed most of their lives. She had ten children， of whom five survived; her husband died in 1928.
Grandma Moses painted a little as a child and made embroidery pictures as a hobby， but only changed to oils in old age because her hands had become too stiff to sew and she wanted to keep busy and pass the time. Her pictures were first sold at an exhibition， and were soon noticed by a businessman who bought everything she painted. Three of the pictures were shown in the Museum of Modern Art， and in 1940 she had her first exhibition in New York. Between the 1930‘s and her death she produced some 2，000 pictures： careful and lively pictures of the country life she had known， with a wonderful sense of color and form.Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
B.The Children of Grandma Moses
C.Grandma Moses： Her Best Pictures
D.Grandma Moses and Her First Exhibition
3.Grandma Moses began to paint because she wanted to _______.
A.make her home beautiful
C.improve her salary
D.gain an international fame
2.From Grandma Moses‘ s words of herself in the first paragraph， it can be inferred that she was _______.
4.Grandma Moses spent most of their life ________.
1.根据中文提示，将(jiang)对话(hua)中缺少的(de)内容下在线上。这(zhei)些(xie)句子必(bi)须(xu)符合英(ying)语(yu)表达习惯。打(da)句号的(de)地方，用陈述句;打(da)问(wen)号的(de)地方，用疑问(wen)句。 提示：星期五晚上有(you)音乐会，Chris得到(dao);两(liang)張票，打(da)电(dian)话(hua)给Linda，问(wen)她是否有(you)空一同前往，并约她音乐会后一起吃(chi)饭。Linda听了非常(chang)高(gao)兴，倆人相约六点四十五分在入口处(chu)见(jian)面。 Linda：Hello! This is Linda speaking. Chris：Hello， Linda， this is Chris. _______1________ this Friday evening? Linda：Yes， why? Chris：There‘s a good concert， and I’ve got two tickets. I wonder ________2_______. Linda：That‘s great! _________3_________? Chris：7 o‘clock. But how about _________4__________ at 6：45? Linda：OK. I think I can make it. Chris：After the concert， ________5_________， shall we? Linda：Wonderful! Why don‘t we go to a Chinese restaurant? Chris：Why not? OK， see you Friday. Linda：See you then. Bye!