76.(1)It was such a good film ______ I saw it yesterday.
(2)Don’t talk about such things _______ you don’t understand.
A. which B. that C. as to D. as
77.(1)—Have you paid for these books?
—Yes, I’ve ________ ￥20 _______ them.
(2)I’ll ______ you back.
A. pay B. paid for C. pay…for D. paid…for
78.(1)They were made _______ the decision.
(2)The decision has been made ______ to them.
A. know B. to know C. known D. knowing
79.(1)_____ on the stone, you will see farther.
(2)______ on the stone, and you will see farther.
A. Stand B. To stand C. Stood D. Standing
80.(1)The day we looked forward to _______ at last.
A. come B. came C. coming D. comes
(2)We are looking forward to _______ you again.
A. see B. seeing C. saw D. sees
81.(1)The streets are brightly _______ up.
(2)The ________ candle in the room gave poor light.
A. light B. lighted C. lit D. B and C
82.(1)I _______ that he work out the problem himself.
A. hope B. expect C. insist D. wish
(2)I ______you will write me back soon.
A. hope B. need C. want D. wish
83.(1)—Shall we go with her this afternoon? —________.
(2)—Excuse me for coming in without being asked. —_______.
A. All right B. That’s right C. That’s all right D. Not all right
84.(1)The flower is very beautiful. And it smells _______.
(2)We can guess from her pleased face that the ______ news was really a pleasure to her.
A. pleasant B. pleased C. please D. pleasing
85.(1)—Are these your magazines, Mary? —Yes, _______.
A. that’s right B. you’re right C. all right D. they are right
(2)—I’m sorry I’m late. —_______.
A. All right B. It’s quite all right C. Quite right D. Not at all
86.(1)—It’s your birthday. Happy birthday to you! —_______.
(2)—Have a nice weekend! —________.
A. Thank you B. You are the same C. The same to you D. OK
87.(1)The workers ______ a new hospital since the end of last year.
(2)The workers ________ a new hospital by the end of last year.
A. have built B. have been building C. had built D. were building
88.(1)The population of China is larger than ______ of the United States.
A. this B. that C. these D. those
(2)A room made of stone is ______ to live in than _______ made of wood.
A. not comfortable / one B. more comfortable / that
C. less comfortable / one D. no more comfortable / the room
89.(1)—You cooked us a wonderful meal, Mrs. White. —_______.
A. No, just so B. Thank you very much
C. Not at all D. I don’t think so
(2)—I wonder if you have a double room for tonight.
—________. —OK, thanks anyway.
A. One moment, please. I’ll see if there are any flights.
B. Sure. Please fill out this form for us.
C. Sorry. I’m afraid we have no one at this time.
D. How long are you planning to stay here, sir?
90.(1)I usually go to office by bicycle _____ it rains.
(2)Your room upstairs is comfortable to live in _______ the furniture in it looks older.
A. except B. except when C. except for D. except that
91.(1)Be careful, _______ many mistakes in your composition.
(2)Be careful _______ many mistakes in your composition.
A. don’t make B. not make C. not making D. not to make
92.(1)I wrote him a letter and suggested ______ the meeting _______.
A. to put / away B. to put / off C. putting / off D. putting / away
(2)The suggesting that John ______ at once is very good.
A. should start B. must start C. started D. starts
93.(1)It is suggested that students at school ______.
A. would not smoke B. don’t smoke C. not smoke D. smoking
(2)They gave us a suggestion that we _______ English harder than before.
A. studied B. should study C. would study D. studies
94.(1)The headmaster ______, there have been sixty people on the ground.
(2)Fifteen persons were present, _____ the chairman.
A. being including B. included C. includes D. including
95.(1)A medical team ______ six nurses and a doctor has been sent to the flood areas.
(2)Our team ______ twelve men and three women.
A. is made of B. made up of C. is made up of D. makes up of
96.(1)Three-fourths of all scientific papers _______ published first in English.
(2)Two-thirds of the information ______ very useful.
A. is B. are C. has D. have
97.(1)I would rather you ______ tomorrow.
A. come B. will come C. came D. had come
(2)Rather than _____ the vegetables to go bad, he sold them at half price.
A. allow B. to allow C. allowing D. allowed
98.(1)I saw him _____ at the back of the classroom.
(2)I saw him ______ himself at the back of the classroom.
A. siting B. seated C. being seated D. seating
99.(1)Think it over, ______ you will get the answer.
(2)Hurry up, ______ we’ll be late for class.
A. became B. so C. or D. and
100.(1)I found her eyes ______ on the hole in the ceiling.
(2)I found her _____ her eyes on the hole in the ceiling.
A. are fixed B. fixed C. fixing D. being fixed