1. She'd lived in London and Manchester, but she liked ______ and moved to Cambridge.
A. both B. neither C. none D. either
2. Grandma pointed to the hospital and said, "That's ______ I was born."
A. when B. how C. why D. where
3. Was it because Jack came late for school ______ Mr. Smith got angry?
A. why B. who C. where D. that
4. I now, we have raised 50.000 pounds for the poor children. ______ is quite unexpected.
A. that B. which C. who D. it
5. The manager was satisfied to see many new products ______ after great effort.
A. having developed B. to develop C. developed D. develop
6. I still remember my happy childhood when my mother ______ take me to Disneyland at weekends.
A. might B. must C. would D. should
7. — I hope to take the computer course.
— Good idea. ____ more about it, visit this website.
A. To find out B. Finding out C. To be finding out D. Having found out
8. I'll be out for some time. ______ anything important happens, call me up immediately.
A. In case B. As if C. Even though D. Now that
9. She ______ someone, so I nodded to her and went away.
A. phoned B. had phoned C. was phoning D. has phoned
10. — How about dinner tonight? It's on me.
— ______ .
A. You are welcome B. Oh, I'd like to
C. Well, I'm afraid so D. That's all right
My husband, Tom, has always been good with animals, but I was still amazed when he befriended a female grouse (松鸡). It's 11 for a grouse to have any contact (接触) with people. In fact, they're hard to spot, 12 they usually fly off when they hear humans approaching.
This grouse came into our lives in 13 Tom was working out in the field when he 14 her walking around at the edge of the field. She was 15 unafraid and seemed to be 16 about what he was doing.
Tom saw the 17 bird several times, and site got more comfortable around him. We quickly grew 18 of the bird and decided to call her Mildred.
One day, as Tom was working, Mildred came within a few feet of him to watch. Tom 19 he didn't see her and kept working to see what she would do next.
Apparently, she didn't like to be 20 . She'd run up and peck (啄) at Tom's hands, then 21 off to see what he would do. This went on for about 20 minutes, until Mildred became tired of the 22 and left.
As spring went and summer came, Mildred started to 23 more and more often. 24 Mildred felt comfortable enough to jump up on Tom's leg and stay long enough for me to get a 25 of the two of them together. This friendly grouse soon felt 26 not just with our family, but with anybody who walked or drove by.
When hunting season opened, we put a 27 at the end of our driveway asking 28 not to shoot our pet grouse. My father, who lived down the road, 29 warned people not to shoot her. 30 . hunters would stop and take pictures, because they had never seen anything like her.
11. A. interesting B. reasonable C. impossible D. unusual
12. A. though B. because C. unless D. until
13. A. spring B. summer C. autumn D. winter
14. A. got B. kept C. noticed D. imagined
15. A. naturally B. certainly C. normally D. surprisingly
16. A. crazy B. curious C. concerned D. cautious
17. A. shy B. awkward C. friendly D. elegant
18. A. careful B. tired C. fond D. sick
19. A. supposed B. realized C. hoped D. pretended
20. A. ignored B. observed C. amazed D. disturbed
21. A. put B. back C. set D. take
22. A. game B. work C. place D. man
23. A. give up B. come out C. turn over D. fly by
24. A. Eventually B. Suddenly C. Constantly D. Presently
25. A. chance B. dream C. picture D. sense
26. A. comfortable B. guilty C. anxious D. familiar
27. A. lantern B. sign C. gun D. loudspeaker
28. A. drivers B. farmers C. hunters D. tourists
29. A. just B. yet C. thus D. also
30. A. In fact B. For long C. On the contrary D. By the way