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         1                                   How to Enjoy YourLife

我们感激我们生存的这个世界,我们具有与生俱来的才能;利用我们的才能,树立我们的目标,开创我们的人生。

Youare blessed to live in this world. What is your life purpose? There is nogreater driving 1 in life than having a life purpose. It makes your life 2and gives you a strongmotivator. You have 3 talents that you were born with. Find them and make your life.

In your life, you should have in 4 a clear picture of what you want your final outcome to 5. If you are clear on 6 you want and you remain 7on that desired outcome, youwill find it easier to 8that goal. Decisions are your thoughts set in 9. The more conscious decisionsyou make, the 10you become in (11) theright decisions. We often hear : “I have a dream in my life.” To set a goal foryour life is a dream. Your dream will be turned 12a reality step by step. Youshould 13a practical plan to realize yourdream and set steps for you to take.

Nowadays, to think outside the box is very important. It means youshould pursue options or ideas 14the limits of the way things are usually done. To use your owncreativity and viewpoint to 15your problem! Sometimes you may feel sorry at what you have done,create an optimum picture of yourself 16in a situation and you can use the picture to 17yourself. It is painstaking inrealizing your dream. You need a friend to smooth away your fear in life. Ifyour worst possible fear 18to you, you are sure to use your potential talents to deal with it.So you enable yourself to break the cycle of being afraid.

As an old saying goes: “Life lies in change”. You are blessed tolive in this world. When you are in down spirits, you need to 19an attitude of gratitude. Adaptyourself to the world 20and change yourself with it and you will make it. Strive or die.

1. A. force          B.weight          C. strong          D. heavy

2. A. mean          B.meant           C. means          D. meaningful

3. A. unknown       B.unseen          C. untouched       D. potential

4. A. minds          B. amind          C. mind           D. the mind

5. A. be             B.being            C. is             D. are

6. A. that            B. what             C. it             D. whatever

7. A. concentrate      B.concentrating      C. concentrated    D. concentrates

8. A. reach           B.achieve          C. get            D. take

9. A. work           B.labour           C. action          D. movement

10. A. stronger        B.strong           C. strongest       D. more stronger

11. A. make          B.making           C. made          D. makes

12. A. onto           B.on               C. in            D. into

13. A. take           B. create             C. bring         D. have

14. A. out            B.off               C. outside        D. within

15. A. bring          B.fetch              C. solve         D. calculate

16. A. succeed        B.succeeds           C. succeeding     D. success

17. A. courage         B.discourage         C. encouragement   D. encourage

18. A. happen          B.happens           C. will happen      D. happened

19. A. grasp            B.master            C. cherish          D. follow

20. A. inside            B. out of           C. around          D. within

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The Atlantic Ocean is one ofthe oceans that separate the Old World fromthe New. For centuries it kept Americafrom being discovered by the people of Europe.

    The Atlantic Oceanis only half as (1)____ as the Pacific, but it is still very large. It is morethan 4000 miles(6400km)wide(2)____ Columbuscrossed it. Even at the narrowest it is about 2000 miles wide.

    (3)____ things make the Atlantic Ocean rather unusual. For so large (4)____ ocean it has very fewislands. (5)____, it is the world’s saltiest Ocean.

    There is so much water in the Atlantic (6)____ it is hard to imagine how much there is.(7)____ suppose no more rain fell (8)____ it and no more water was (9)____ toit by rivers. It would take the Ocean about 4000 years (10)____ dry up. In mostplaces the water is a little more than two miles (11)____, but in some placesit is (12)____ deeper. The deepest spot measures 30246 feet—almost six miles.

    Ocean currents are sometimes (13)____“riversin the sea”. One of these“rivers”in the Atlantic is called the Gulf Stream. It is a current of (14)____ water. Anotheris the Labrador Current----cold water coming down from the Arctic.Ocean currents (15)____ the weather of the land near which they flow.

    The Atlanticsupplies much food for the people (16)____ its shores. There are a lot offishing areas there.

    Today the Atlanticis a great highway. It is nothoweveralways a smooth and safe one. We now have(17)____ fast ways of traveling that this big ocean seems to have grown(18)____. Columbussailed for more than two months to (19)____ it. A faster modern steamship canmake the trip in less than four days. (20)____ fly from New York to Londonin only eight hours.

1. A. big             B. bigger          C. biggest          D. more big

2. A. what            B. when           C. where          D. how

3. A. One            B. Two            C. Three           D. Four

4. A. a               B. the              C. an             D. /

5. A. Also             B. However         C. Thus          D. Instead

6. A. as               B. which            C. D. that        D. it

7. A. However         B. But              C. Instead        D. So

8. A. onto             B. on               C. into          D. in

9. A. got              B. bought            C. had          D. brought

10. A. to              B. in                C. on           D. for

11. A. deep            B. deeply            C. deeper        D. depth

12. A. more            B. much             C. most         D. much more

13. A. call             B. calling            C. called        D. to call

14. A. cold            B. warm             C. cool          D. hot

15. A. effects          B. affects             C. to effect      D. to affect

16. A. off             B. below              C. on          D. under

17. A. so             B. as                  C. such        D. to

18. A. smaller         B. bigger               C. wider       D. deeper

19. A. across          B. crossed              C. to crossed    D. cross

20. A. Buses          B. Planes               C. Trains       D. Ships

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Joy at last stopped the swing’smovement. Usually he liked to swing high in the air, higher than anybody elsein the world.1____now he did not want to swing at all. He felt sick. His head (2)____. Hissweater seemed too tight. He was sure that he even looked different. Joy lookedat the ground and tried hard to (3)____ his thoughts. He could hide the pipe;he could throw it away; he could send Mr Daw the money for it. His thoughtswent around in the same circle again and again, He felt sick (4)____.

     The Sun was slipping down through thetrees and it was time to go (5)____. Time was (6)____ out. His mother wouldlook at him and she would know. She always knew. He blinked and hot tears ran(7)____ his cheek. She trusted him. This was the first year she had left himalone for 3 hours between school and the time she got home from work. She hadto (8)____. He…he knew that. She had to work to buy his clothes and to pay fortheir food and for a place to (9)____. He remembered the nice way she said,“You are a little man now, Joy.” It made him sad when his mother’s (10)____came back to him. She trusted him. Remembering this he felt as if someone hadstuck a (11)____ pin into his side. Her (12)____ in him now began to haunt(萦绕) him. It drove everything else from hismind.

     “She trusted me,” he kept (13)____ tohimself. “She trusted me. This was most important.” Joy looked at the longshadows coming toward him. He now knew (14)____ he had to do, and he was in(15)____ hurry to get it done, He jumped out of the swing and started running.

      When he took the pipe, he (16)____ thestore with slow uncertain steps. Now his feet were quick, decisive, taking himstraight back to the store like an (17)____. He ran along the sidewalk, suckingin the cold air through his open mouth, He was out of (18)____ when he reachedthe s tore.

      Mr. Daw was just inside the door. The bigman smiled and Joy wished he hadn’t, because that friendly smile somehow made(19)____ more difficult for Joy to do what he wanted to do. Joy was lost for amoment and did not know exactly what to do. His feet felt heavy. Suddenly,blindly, he held out the pipe. His voice struggled to come out from deep insidethe painful chest.

 “Mr. Daw,” he said at last, “I didn't mean totake it.”

 “Thanks, Joy,” Mr. Daw said, as he gently tookthe pipe from the boy's out- stretched hand. “How about staying around and(20)_____ me close up shop?”

Joy felt Mr. Daw’s big hand on his shoulderand somehow those shoulders seemed a little bit broader and stronger.

1. A. So             B. But             C. Therefore             D. However

2. A. ached           B. damaged         C. spoiled              D. hit

3. A. improve         B.advance          C. cool                D. clear

4. A. all over         B. through          C. within             D. outside

5. A. school          B. cinema           C. hospital           D. home

6. A. running         B. taking            C. spending          D. going

7. A.up             B. down             C. on               D. through

8. A.work           B. working           C. worked           D. works

9. A.work in         B. study in           C. eat in             D. live in

10. A.pictures         B. books             C. words            D. rooms

11. A.good            B. dull              C. wonderful         D. sharp

12. A.believe          B. trust              C. feel              D. love 

13. A.saying           B. to say             C. said              D. says

14. A.how             B. what              C. which            D. who

15. A.the              B. /                  C. a               D. an

16. A.left              B. went               C. got             D. arrived

17. A.bullet            B. wind              C. arrow            D. eel

18. A.breath            B. breathe            C. breathing         D. to breathe

19. A.that              B. one               C. it                D. what

20. A.help              B. helping            C. to help           D. helped

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The summer holidays are the best (_1_)of the year for most children. The weather is usually (_2_) so that onecan spend most of one’s time (_3_) in the garden or, if one lives in thecountry, (_4_) in the woods and fields. Even if one lives in a big town,one can usually go to a park (_5_).The best place for a summer holiday,however, is the (_6_). Some children are lucky (_7_) to live nearthe sea, but the others who do not, a week or two at one of the big seasidetowns is (_8_) they will talk about for the (_9_) of thefollowing year.

In England, it is not only therich (_10_) can take their children to the seaside; if a factory workeror a bus driver , a street (_11_) or a waiter wants to take his wife and(_12_) to go for an outing on the seaside, he is usually (_13_)able to do so.

Now, what is it (_14_)children like so (_15_) about the seaside? I think it is the sand, sea,and sun (_16_) any other things. Of course, there are lot of new things(_17_), nice things to eat, and exciting things to do, but it is the(_18_) of sand under one’s feet, of salt water on one’s skin, and of thewarm sun (_19_) one’s back that make the seaside (_20_) it is.

  1. A. part    B. morning      C. day         D. year

  2. A. bad    B. well        C. good        D. quick

  3. A. play    B. played      C. playing      D. to play

  4. A. beside  B. out         C. outside      D. by

  5. A. to play   B. playing     C. played       D. play

  6. A. sea     B. seaside     C. river         D. riverside

  7. A. well    B. a lot        C. enough      D. far

  8. A. something B. anything    C. nothing      D. everything

  9. A. entire    B. complete    C. all          D. whole

  10. A. what     B. who        C. as           D. which

  11. A. girl      B. boy        C. woman       D. cleaner

  12. A. children  B. grandmother C. boy          D. girl

  13. A. quite     B. quiet       C. much        D. a lot

  14. A. what     B. how        C. that         D. it

  15. A. much    B. many       C. more        D. much more

  16. A. much than B. more than    C. less than     D. very much

  17. A. see       B. saw        C. sight        D. to see

  18. A. feel      B. felt         C. feeling       D. to feel

  19. A. on       B. in         C. onto         D. off

  20. A. that      B. what        C. why         D. how

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In March 1985, a plane from the United States landed at Beijing International Airport. It was anordinary (1)_____ on an ordinary day. (2)_____ it was an unusual trip to(3)_____ for those Americans.

  They joined the “Return to China” tour at the (4)_____ ofChina Daily and the Chinese Journalists Association. These American journalistshad come to China to(5)_____ the Anti-Japanese War during the Second World War and (6)_____ China at theend of 1940s. They had been waiting for (7)_____ 30 years to return to China. Almosthalf a century had (8)_____. The changes in China (9)_____ their imagination.

  (10)_____ them were former correspondents of New York Times and theAssociated Press. Peter Rand was a research fellow of East Asia Institute,Columbia University. He (11)_____ his deceased father. His father ChristopherRand was a (12)_____ of New York Herald Tribune in China. In the 1970s, Peter(13)_____ his father’s effects. He took a strong (14)_____ in his father’sexperience in China.

   From the (15)_____ preserved notebooks, manuscripts and books about China, Peter felt that China had beenso (16)_____ for his father. He wanted to know (17)_____ foreign journalists ofone generation after another had been so fascinated by China and whythey had taken (18)_____ in this country.

   Their revisit to China(19)_____ from Beijing.Then they went to Yan’an, Xi’an, Chongqing, Wuhan, Nanjing and Shanghai,places (20)_____  important positions inthe history of Chinain the 20th century.

   1. A. fly             B. flew              C. flown             D. flight

   2. A. However        B. But               C. So               D. Therefore

   3. A. China           B.America           C. Japan            D. India

   4. A. invite           B.invitation          C. invited            D. inviting

   5. A. cover           B.write              C. take              D. see

   6. A. gone            B. come              C. left              D. arrived

   7. A. less than         B. morethan          C. no more than      D. no less than

   8. A. past             B.passed             C. passed by         D. pass

   9. A. within           B. in                 C. beyond           D out

   10. A. Among          B. Over            C. Above            D. Below

   11. A. stood            B.behaved         C. represented        D. presented

   12. A. teacher           B.correspondent    C. master            D. leader

    13.A. discovered        B. wrote            C. spoke            D. acted

   14. A. hobby            B.hatred           C. interest           D. dislike

   15. A. well              B.good            C. bad             D. poor

   16. A. importance        B. significance       C. important        D. value

   17. A. what             B.where            C. whether         D. why

   18. A. risks             B.risky              C. a risk           D. riskily

   19. A. ended            B.moved             C. started         D. took

   20. A. hold              B.holding            C. held           D. to hold

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Red Sea is soclear that you can see the colorful fishes even on the surface. There are manydiving schools (1)_____ the Red Sea and mostof them are managed by European people. The majority of the diving (2)_____ arecertified instructors from Europe who canprovide the instructions (3)_____ several languages, like English, German,French, Spanish, Japanese etc. The scuba(水中呼吸机) diving courses (4)_____ for two days. The first day is to provide(5)_____ knowledge of diving and you will (6)_____ in a swimming pool. Thesecond, you will try your (7)_____ dive in the Red Sea!(8)_____, one instructor will be (9)_____ for one or two fresh divers for thesake of safety. You (10)_____ in the morning, get on board and the ship will(11)_____ you to the right place for diving. After the second, if yourinstructor (12)_____ you have grasped the diving techniques, (13)_____ you aregoing to do is wait for your scuba Diving Certificate and will be able to(14)_____ your next meeting with the sea animals and (15)_____ by yourself.

   Ifyou are not in favor of going (16)_____ deep to join the sea meeting because ofthe clear sea, you can also enjoy (17)_____ on the surface to see theperformance of fishes. Even if you are not (18)_____ at swimming and not fondof water, you can enjoy the blue sky, feel the (19)_____ and hear the sound ofsea, making (20)_____ to be part of the Red Sea

   1.A. across          B. along         C. over          D. through

   2.A. workers         B. headmasters   C. helpers        D. instructors

   3.A. in              B. with          C. by           D. on

   4.A. last             B. go            C. stand        D. take place

   5.A. special          B. particular       C. general      D. little

   6.A. work           B. practice         C. learn        D. do

   7.A. first            B. second         C. third         D. fourth

   8.A. Hopefully    B. Helpfully         C. Luckily       D. Generally

   9.A. responsible   B. reasonable        C. careful        D. pitiful

  10. A. get out       B. comeout         C. set out        D. go out

  11. A. bring        B. take              C. fetch         D. pull

  12. A. thought      B. think             C. thinking       D. thinks

  13. A. that         B. what             C. it            D. one

  14. A. enjoy       B. fond              C. like          D. care

  15. A. fishes       B.seaweeds          C. plants        D. swimmers

  16. A. as          B. that               C. these        D. those

  17. A. floating     B.sinking            C. standing      D. lying

  18. A. well        B. poor              C. good         D. rich

  19. A. clouds      B. rain               C. snow         D. sunshine

  20. A. myself      B. himself            C. herself        D. yourself

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1970 was made the first“WorldConservation(保护)Year”by The United Nations,which    wanted (1)____ to know that theworld is (2)____. They hoped that governments would act (3)_____ in order toconserve (4)_____. Here is one example of the (5)_____. At one time there were1300 different plants, trees and flowers in Holland, bur now only 860 (6)_____.The others have been (7)_____ by modern man and his technology. We are changingthe earth, the air and water, and everything that (8)_____. We can’t live (9)_____these things. If we continue (10)_____, we shall destroy ourselves.

     What will happen(11)_____? Perhaps it is(12)_____ to ask“What must we do now?”The people who will be living in theworld of (13)_____ are the young of today. A lot of them know that(14)_____  is necessary. Many of them arehelping to save our world. They plant trees, build bridges (15)_____  rivers in forests, and so on. In a small townin the United States, a large group of girls (16)_____  the banks of eleven kilometres of their(17)_____. Young people may hear about conservation (18)_____ a record(19)_____ NO ONE’S GOING TO CHANGE OUR WORLD. It was made by  the Scatles, Cliff Richard and other(20)_____. The money from it will help to conserve wild animals.

1.A. everyone         B. someone            C. anyone           D. no one

2.A. in safety          B. in danger           C. beautiful          D. great

3.A. slow             B. quickly             C. fast              D. slowly

4.A. themselves        B. ourselves           C. earth             D. nature

5.A. question          B. Joke               C. problem          D. story

6.A. grow             B. plant              C. 1ive              D. remain

7.A. burnt             B. bought             C. destroyed         D. sold

8.A. grows and lives                         B. flows and floats

    C. runs and walks                        D. 1ives and dies

9.A. with               B. around             C. without         D. by

10.A. like this            B. as this              C. the same        D. as that

11.A. in the past          B. in thefuture         C. in these days     D. in those days

12.A. the most important   B. important      C. most important    D. more important

13.A. to day             B. the otherday         C. yesterday        D. tomorrow

14.A. conservation        B.construction         C. the earth         D. the world

15.A. through            B. across              C. above           D. over

16.A. built              B. constructed          C. cleaned          D. dug

17.A. city               B. river               C. mountain         D. village

18.A. in                 B. at                 C. through          D. out of

19.A. call               B. calling              C. to call           D. called

20.A. singers            B. writers              C. arts             D. concert   

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Trees are of great importance to mankind. They (1)____ carbondioxide and give living things oxygen to (2)____. They give us shade, clean theair and reduce (3)____ as well. They provide us (4)_____ wood and otherproducts. They help to prevent droughts and (5)____. So man can not live(6)____ trees.

(7)____, in many parts of the world, people have not (8)_____ theimportance of trees. The villagers want wood to (9)____ their food; they canmake (10)____ by making charcoal or selling wood. People are sometimes too lazyor too (11)____ to plant and look after (12)____ trees, so forests slowly(13)_____. The result is not only that the villagers’ sons and grandsons have(14)____ trees but that the rain falls on hard ground, (15)____ away with itthe rich top-soil. When all the top-soil is (16)____, nothing remains but(17)_____ desert.

So we must take effective (18)_____ to solve this problem. First, wemust (19)_____ everyone know the importance of trees. Second, we must felltrees in a planned way. Third, we must plant more trees and make (20)_____ toprotect them.

1. A. absorb             B. take             C. bring             D. help

2. A. breath              B. breathing        C. breathe            D. breathed

3. A. pollute              B. to pollute        C. polluted          D. pollution

4. A. in                  B. within           C. to              D. with

5. A. winds               B. floods           C. rains            D. snows

6. A. with                B. having           C. for             D. without

7. A. Hopefully            B. Carefully         C. Unfortunately     D. Happily

8. A. realized             B. worked           C. got              D. proved

9. A. burn                B. cook             C. eat              D. take

10. A. food                B. dollars            C. pounds           D. money

11. A. carefully            B. careless            C. with care         D. carelessly

12. A. new                B. big                C. average          D. old

13. A. appear              B. take on             C. disappear         D. unseen

14. A. little                B. a few              C. fewer            D. more

15. A. taking               B. carrying            C. bring            D. working

16. A. got                 B. disappeared          C. gone            D. lost

17. A. goodness            B. costless              C. valuable         D. worthless

18. A. ways               B. means               C. measures         D. habits

19. A. let                 B. ask                  C. tell             D. order

20. A. money              B. laws                 C. books           D. rooms

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A certain man planted a roseand watered it faithfully and before it blossomed, he examined it.

He saw the bud (1)____ wouldsoon blossom, but noticed thorns (2)____ the stem and he thought, “How can any(3)____ flowers come from a plant burdened with so many sharp thorns?” (4)____by this Thought, he neglected to (5)____ the rose, and just before it was readyto bloom…it died.

So it is (6)____ many people.(7)____ every soul there is a rose. The God-like qualities planted in us atbirth, grow (8)____ the thorns of our faults. Many of us look at ourselves andsee only the (9)____, the defects.

We despair, (10)____ thatnothing good can possibly (11)____ from us. We neglect to water the good withinus, and eventually it dies. We never (12)____ our potential.

Some people do not see the(13)____ within themselves; someone else must show it to them. One of thegreatest gifts a person can (14)____ is to be able to reach past the thorns ofanother, and find the rose within them.

This is (15)____ of thecharacteristics of love…to look at a person, know their true faults andaccepting that person into your(16) ____…all the while (17)____ the nobility intheir soul. Help others to realize they can (18)____ their faults. If we (19)____ them the “rose” within themselves, they will conquer their thorns. Onlythen will they (20)_____ many times over.

1. A.that              B. it              C. what               D. who

2. A.in               B. at              C. with                D. upon

3. A.ugly             B. beautiful         C. wonderful           D. beauty

4. A.Sad              B. Sadden         C. Saddened            D. Sadness

5. A.water             B. waters         C. watering             D. watered

6. A.at                B. with           C. on                  D. in

7. A.With             B. with           C. within               D. Within

8. A.under            B. among          C. below               D. over

9. A.thorns            B. leaves          C. stems               D. branches

10. A.think             B. to think         C. thought             D. thinking

11. A.coming           B. have come       C. come              D. to come

12. A.realized           B. realize          C. real               D. reality

13. A.rose              B. thorn           C. leave              D. root

14. A.posses            B. poess            C. possesses         D. possess

15. A. tow               B. one              C. four             D. three

16. A. life               B. live              C. lives             D. living

17. A. to recognize        B. recognize         C. recognizing       D. recognized

18. A. overcomes          B. overcame         C. overcoming      D. overcome       

19. A. shown             B. show             C. to show         D. showed

20. A. flowers             B. blossoms          C. blossom         D. blossomed

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Children find meanings in their old family tales. 

When Stephen Guyer’s three children weregrowing up, he told them stories about bow his grandfather, a banker,    1   all in the 1930s, but did not lose sight ofwhat he valued most. In one of the darkest times   2   his strong-minded grandfather was nearly   3    , he loaded his family into the car and   4    them to see family members in Canada with a   5   ,“thereare more important thins in life than money. ”

The _ 6 took on a new meaning recently when Mr. Guyer downsized to a   7   housefrom a more expensive and comfortable one. He was _ 8   that his children ,a daughter, 15, and twins,22, would be upset. To his surprise, they weren’t   9     ,their reaction echoed(共鸣) their great-grandfather’s. Whatthey   10    was how warm the people were in thehouse and how  11    of their heart was accessible. 

Many parents are finding family stories havesurprising power to help children   12__    hard times. Storytelling expects say thephenomenon reflects a growing  _13    in telling tales, evidenced by arise in a storytelling events and festivals. 

A university   14   of65 families with children aged from 14 to 16 found kids’ ability to ___15  parents’ stories was linked to a lowerrate of anger and anxiety. 

The _ 16  is telling the stories in a way children can  _17   .We’re not talking here about the kind of story that   18   ,“When I was a kid, I walked to school every day uphill both ways, barefoot inthe snow.” Instead, we should choose a story suited to the child’s _ 19  , and make eye contact(接触) to create “a personal experience”. We don’thave to tell children __20__ they should take from the story and what the moral is.

1. A. missed              B. lost                        C.forgot                     D.ignored

2. A. when                B. while                      C.how                       D.why

3. A. friendless           B.worthless                C. penniless                 D. homeless

4. A fetched               B. allowed                  C.expected                 D. took

5. A. hope                  B. promise                 C.suggestion               D. belief

6. A. tale                  B. agreement              C.arrangement           D. report

7. A. large                 B. small                     C.new                       D.grand

8. A. surprised             B.annoyed                  C.disappointed            D. worried

9. A. Therefore            B.Besides                   C.Instead                   D.Otherwise

10. A. talked about      B. cared about             C.wrote about             D. heard about

11. A. much               B. many                      C.little                      D.few

12. A. beyond             B.over                      C.behind                    D.through

13. A. argument          B.skill                       C.interest                   D. anxiety

14. A. study              B. design                    C.committee             D. staff

15. A. provide            B.retell                     C.support                   D.refuse

16. A. trouble             B.gift                        C.fact                       D.trick

17. A. perform           B.write                      C.hear                       D.question

18. A. means             B. ends                       C.begins                    D.proves

19. A. needs               B. activities                 C.judgments              D. habits

20. A. that                  B. what                      C.which                    D.whom 
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