1.By the inherent rights of a human being, man believes he has the privilege to ______ dominion over the animal world.
(A) contemplate (B) discharge (C) exclude (D) impose
2.We don′t need ______ bread for a picnic.
(A) many (B) a lot (C) much (D) a lots of
3.The trees are green with new ______.
(A) leaves (B) leave (C) leaf (D) leafs
4.Jessie has to pass one more exam before she is ______ and able to graduate from school.
(A) home brew (B) home free (C) home front (D) home truth
5.London coffee houses became centers of discussion ______ as “penny universities.”
(A) knew (B) knowing (C) known (D) to know
6.Hopes of a peaceful ______ to the conflict between the two parties have faded. The likelihood of reaching a satisfactory settlement of the dispute is very bleak.
(A) tolerance (B) resolution (C) monument (D) estimate
7.Helen really did not know ______ exactly Tom was getting at, but she believed him all the same.
(A) when (B) what (C) how (D) why
8.There are ______ mistakes in your report. It′s very good.
(A) very few (B) very little (C) a few (D) a little
9.I was invited to her birthday party, ______ I couldn′t go as I had to take care of my little brother.
(A) because (B) but (C) for (D) so
10.I prefer a round table to a ______ one. Round represents completeness.
(A) global (B) cloudy (C) moist (D) square
11.I am going to buy a new ______ of shoes.
(A) piece (B) glass (C) loaf (D) pair
12.______ some money to buy a new computer, Sue cashed a check.
(A) Needing (B) Needed (C) Need (D) To need
13.（on the phone） A：Hello, can I speak to Maria？ B：Uh, there′s no one here by that name. ______ A：Sorry. I guess I have the wrong number, good-bye. B：Good-bye.
(A) Are you leaving so soon？ (B) What number are you calling？ (C) I′ll put your through. (D) Do you happen to know Ben′s phone number？
14.Tom and Mary, ______ are playing in the garden, are very naughty.
(A) who (B) that (C) whom (D) which
15.Each man has two ______.
(A) foot (B) foots (C) feet (D) footes