( ) 1. — Can I join your charity walk next Saturday?
— . But you should start practicing for it soon.
A. I am sorry you can’t B. You’re welcome
C. You’d better not D. Not at all
( ) 2. — Mum, could you give me ten yuan?
— Sure. ?
— I want to donate some money to the Spring Bud Project.
A. But what for B. And how much C. So why not D. Or who else
( ) 3. — Please don’t throw paper on the ground.
— , I won’t.
A. Excuse me B. That’s all right C. Sorry D. It doesn’t matter
( ) 4. — If I work hard at my lessons from now on, can I do well in them?
— Sure. .
A. All rivers run into the sea B. Every day is not Sunday
C. Better late than never D. Many hands make light work
( ) 5. — We will organize a party next Sunday afternoon, and I’d like you to come.
— ! I have another one that day. Thank you just the same.
A. What a pity B. Good luck C. Have a nice time D. Well done
( ) 6. — Have you finished your homework?
— . Just half of it. How about you?
A. Not at all B. Not likely C. Not a bit D. Not yet
( ) 7. — A homeless man won a lottery ticket. He became rich over night.
A. Better safe than sorry B. The early bird catches the worm
C. Every dog has its day D. Practice makes perfect
( ) 8. — Excuse me, could I take this seat?
— Sorry, .
A. here you are B. take it C. it’s taken D. never mind
( ) 9. — Mum, do you mind my eating the food with hands?
— . It is bad manners.
A. Of course I do B. Not at all C. Yes, please D. No, never
( )10. — I’ve run out of money to buy a new bike.
— Oh, . You have to walk.
A. that’s right B. that’s too bad C. go ahead D. excuse me
A. It’s rude of business people to be late.
B. Is there anything similar?
C. What are the differences?
D. In the USA, it is the opposite.
E. While we Chinese shake hands gently.
Wendy: Dad, how was your business trip to the USA?
Dad: Great. Business meetings are quite different from those in China.
Wendy: Really? (1)
Dad: For example, business people in America shake hands firmly (紧紧地). (2) Wendy: What else is different?
Dad: We Chinese give our family name first and our given name second when we are introduced. (3)
Wendy: That’s really interesting. (4)
Dad: Yes. One example is that we should be on time for meetings. (5)
Ⅰ. 1-5 BACCA 6-10 DCCAB
Ⅱ. 1-5 CEDBA