1.- Can I get you a drink?
– _______. But I have already got one.
A.That’s very nice of you
B.No, you don’t have to
2.- Would you like to go to the concert with us this evening?
A.No, I already have plans.
B.I’d love to, but I’m busy tonight.
C.No, I really don’t like being with you.
D.I’m ill, so I shouldn’t go out.
3.- Could I borrow your car for a few days?
A.Yes, you may borrow.
B.Yes, go on.
C.Sure, here is the key. Enjoy your journey.
D.It doesn’t matter.
4.- Do you mind my smoking here?
B.Yes, I do.
C.Yes. I’d rather not.
5.- Please help yourself to the seafood.
A.No, I can’t.
B.Sorry, I can’t help.
C.Well, seafood don’t suit.
D.Well, I’m afraid I don’t like seafood.
The total area of land on earth is about 149 million square kilometers, or about 29 percent of the total area of the earth.
The average height of the land is about 750 metres above the sea level. The Eurasian（欧亚大陆的） land mass is the largest with an area of 54,527,600 square kilometers. The smallest continent is the Australian mainland, with an area of about 7,614,600 square kilometers, which together with Tasmania, New Zealand, New Guinea and the Pacific Islands, is described as Oceania.The total area of Oceania is about 8,935,500 square kilometres, including West Iran which is political in Asia.
The world’s largest peninsula（半岛） is Arabia, with an area of about 3,327,500 square kilometres. The largest island in the world is Greenland, with an area of about 2,175,600 square kilometres.
The largest island surrounded by fresh water is the Ilha de Marajo (4,022 square kilometres) in the mouth of the Amazon River, Brazil. The largest island in a lake is Manitoulin Island (2,766 square kilometres) in the Canadian section of Lake Huron. This island itself has on it a lake of 106 square kilometres called Manitou Lake, in which there are several islands.
6.The total area of the world is about 211 million square kilometers.
7.The area of Tasmania, New Zealand, New Guinea and the Pacific Islands adds up to about 1,320,900 square kilometres.
8.Oceania is made up of Australia, New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.
9.As mentioned in the passage there are several islands in Manitou Lake.
10.The largest island surrounded by fresh water is in a river.
Today Newton is a very clean place. Many years ago, however, there were millions of rats in it. They attacked the cats and dogs. Sometimes a great number of them knocked down a man or woman walking home at night. The rats were very large in size and they harmed many people.
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The Government ordered everybody to kill rats. Most people were lazy, so they didn’t kill many. The Government promised to pay some money for each dead rat. That made the people very happy. They killed thousands of rats everyday. A Government officer put all the dead rats in a big pile. Sometimes a man brought hundreds in one day.
After two weeks there were not many rats in the city, but people still brought many rats to the Government office. The Government officer thought that people were stealing dad rats from the pile. He ordered his men to dig a deep hole and put the rats in it. Soon there were no more rats, and the Government didn’t pay any more money.
11.Newton is a place which ______.
A.used to be very clean
B.is no longer a city
C.is very clean
D.will be very clean
12.When the Government first ordered the people to kill rats, the people ______.
A.asked for some money for each dead rat
B.stole dead rats from the pile
C.were too lazy to kill many rats
D.killed nearly all the rats quickly
13.The people killed rats ______.
A.to get money from the Government
B.to help the Government make the city clean
C.to make the Government officer happy
D.to protect（保护）their cats and dogs
14.A deep hole was dug so that ______.
A.the rats couldn’t come out to attack people at night
B.people could take rats from it easily
C.people would kill more rats
D.nobody could take any rats from the pile
15.What is the best topic for this passage?
A.How to Kill Rats
B.Newton一A City of Rats
C.How Newton Became a Very Clean Place
D.How Newton Became a Famous City
16.He is seriously ill; there is ______hope for him.
17.The students _______a good rest last weekend. They were preparing for the test.
18.He _______ driving me home, even though I told him I lived nearby.
19.Tom ________ more than twenty pounds on the novel.
20.It was well known that Thomas Edison _____ the electric lamp.
Mr Brown and his wife had a small bar(酒吧) near a railway station. The bar didn’t close until midnight because people came to drink while they were ___21___ for trains. So the business was good.
At two o’clock one morning, a man was ___22___ sitting at the table in the bar. He was sleeping. Mr Brown’s young wife wanted to go to ___23___. She looked around the bar several times, but the man kept sleeping. Then at last she went to her husband and said to him, “You have tried to wake that man several times, and he isn’t drinking anything. Why haven’t you sent him away? It’s too ___24___.”
“Oh, no, I don’t want to send him away,” he answered ___25___ a smile. “You know, each time I woke him up, he gave me five pounds. Then he went to sleep again.”
26.You’ll find in English some words can be remembered more easily than the others.
27.Can you express yourself clearly in English?
28.He is thinking about moving to a new place.
29.He has a foreign friend who lives in the United States.
30.Do you have access to the Internet?
31.I would appreciate it if you would just let me deal with this case.
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