1.1. _______ violence refers to violence occurring in schools.
(A) Course (B) Campus (C) Casual (D) Concept (E) Radical
2.2. Human smuggling and human _______ are hot topics now.
(A) traffic (B) trafficing (C) trafficking (D) buying (E) sales
3.3. The suspect has the right to an_______ .
(A) opinion (B) order (C) warning (D) attorney (E) opportunity
4.4. The installation of household smoke_______ is important in the prevention of potential fires.
(A) detectives (B) detection (C) detectors (D) shower (E) burners
5.5. Tony was ticketed for_______ parking on Main Street.
(A) double (B) careful (C) simple (D) legal (E) happy
6.6. Applying _______ after shampooing helps to make your hair smoother.
(A) ranger (B) washer (C) peeler (D) conditioner (E) comforter
7.7. Jack likes to drink mango _______ at Starbucks on hot days.
(A) bat (B) candy (C) desserts (D) smooth (E) smoothies
8.8. Do not hesitate to use the_______ around the corner in case of fire.
(A) extinguisher (B) lighter (C) razor (D) cooker (E) typewriter
9.9. On most planes the word “ _______ ” is used for “restroom”.
(A) hut (B) cabinet (C) bedroom (D) garage (E) lavatory
10.10. Specialized duties and rotation of shifts can make police work ______for most officers.
(A) pressure (B) stressful (C) biased (D) presumable (E) excited
11.11. A: How could the police catch the robber in two hours?
(A) The robber refused to turn himself in (B) The robber was hiding at a park
(C) The robber was talkative (D) The robber was humorous
(E) The store’s surveillance tape helped a lot
12.12.A: Why was Harvey accused of burglary?
(A) Because he assaulted an officer (B) Because he attacked a pimp
(C) Because he hit his wife badly (D) Because he pickpocketed his teacher’s wallet
(E) Because he broke into a diplomat’s house
13.13. A: What’s his major?
B: I guess ________.
(A) he is Major Wang (B) it is a major problem
(C) he majors in traffic science (D) his major problem has been solved.
(E) he is a high-ranking military officer
14.14.A: I heard Sergeant Chen’s father and brothers are cops.
B: That’s correct. ___________.
(A) He comes from a long line of policemen (B) He broke his cups last week
(C) He likes his father very much (D) He will be promoted
(E) All the members in his family are ambitious
15.15. A: ____________ ?
B: I am a coast guard.
(A) How have you been (B) What are you up to
(C) How are you doing (D) What do you do
(E) What are you doing
16.16. A: What kind of drug did you take?
(A) Vitamins (B) Cold tablets
(C) Aspirins (D) Marijuana and Ecstasy
(E) Scotch Whisky
17.17.A: Is there a bakery around here?
B: Oh, yes, there’s one just around the corner. _______________.
(A) I don’t like the salmon they serve (B) It’s got the best cinnamon bagels in town
(C) You can xerox your document there (D) Their prime rib is the best
(E) You can go there by train
18.18.A: May I take your order, sir?
B: Yes, ___________.
(A) my computer is out of order (B) I’d like the roast beef dinner
(C) please put our names in alphabetical order (D) please put the silverware in order
(E) I ordered some paper clips last week
19.19. A: Hello.
B: Is Mary home?
A: No, she isn’t. ___________
(A) Please hang up. (B) I’ll connect you.
(C) Can I take a message? (D) Do you want to take a message?
(E) I’ll put you through.
20.20. A: Could you repeat that answer again please?
B: Yes. The correct answer is “B”.
A: Did you say “B” or “D”?
(A) “B” as in “Boy”. (B) “B” and “D” look similar.
(C) What I said sounded like “T”. (D) What did you see?
(E) Do you have any smelling problem?