901 The girl dropped her fork and knife on the floor at a very quiet restaurant. It made her terribly ______.
(A)enthusiastic (B)interested (C)embarrassed (D)initiative
902 I know he didn’t mean to hurt you. The mistake was made actually by pure ______.
(A)promise (B)success (C)failure (D)accident
903 Tina didn't say a word because she was very ______ of her own behavior.
(A)admired (B)allowed (C)ashamed (D)attentive
904 The little boy refused to show up, because he was so ______ of having made such a mistake.
(A)ashamed (B)excited (C)amazed (D)interested
905 The workers ______ their employer for not raising their wage.
(A)communicated (B)negotiated (C)threatened (D)destroyed
906 Do not intrude into the garden. It is the private ______ of that house owner.
(A)camouflage (B)territory (C)necessity (D)terrorist
907 In order to protect their own ______, most of the wild animals will attack any intruders.
(A)directory (B)mandatory (C)military (D)territory
908 The daughter bid farewell to her family at the airport and gave every family member a big ______.
(A)hug (B)hold (C)feel (D)care
909 The old man is such a good-natured person. He always greets his neighbors with a ______ smile.
(A)general (B)gentle (C)genius (D)genetic
910 You may ______ your cap on the hook at the entrance.
(A)hang (B)put (C)swing (D)locate
911 She decorated the room carefully, and ______ a blue curtain over the window.
(A)spread (B)stretched (C)hung (D)swung
912 A ______ is a very beautiful bird which looks like a goose, but it has a longer neck, and it swims gracefully.
(A)swallow (B)duck (C)peacock (D)swan
913 Dolphins are taught by ______ to do many tricks to entertain the audience.
(A)trainers (B)counselors (C)professor (D) principal
914 To many observers' surprise, the ______ of the election is totally unexpected.
(A)outgo (B)outcome (C)outlet (D)outgrow
915 Her parents disapproved of her marriage to Tom, but they went to the wedding ______.
(A)at all (B)after all (C)above all (D)in all
916 A: I tried to make big noises to wake him up. B: ______ A: Well, I'm afraid not. It seemed that he still slept soundly.
(A)Did it work? (B)Did you work? (C)Have you worked? (D)Has it made out?
917 I saw them talking so happily and assumed that they were very close friends. ______, they were brothers.
(A)As long as I find (B)To be it ever so well (C)As a matter of fact (D)So much as I can say
918 Most animals will try to protect their babies and ______ any possible intruders.
(A)take off (B)scare away (C)bring out (D)frighten out
919 Peter went shopping at the supermarket and met his ex-girlfriend ______. They were both a little embarrassed at first.
(A)by accident (B)by credit card (C)with a big smile (D)in a good way
920 I tried to find my missing key but found my lost diamond ring ______ I thought it was stolen by a thief.
(A)in a secret (B)with difficulties (C)without any chance (D)by accident
921 Please ______ my mother while I am away.
(A)take a good look at (B)take good care of (C)make a good chance for (D)have a good time to
922 It is the kindergarten teacher's duty to ______ the kids while they are at play.
(A)make room for (B)take care of (C)have time with (D)make fun of
923 At the family reunion, the little girl sat ______ her mother, because there were many unfamiliar relatives who she hadn’t met before.
(A)to close (B)closing to (C)close to (D)being closed to
924 Hearing that disappointing news, she came ______ crying.
(A)close to (B)near by (C)in case of (D)beware of
925 It is good to have dreams about your future. But, ______, you'd better study harder for the coming exam.
(A)for good (B)in time (C)so far (D)for now
926 Don't give such cruel comments to Sue. ______, she is your sister.
(A)In the long run (B)As a result (C)After all (D)Before long
927 I don't think it is appropriate to be dressed like that. ______, we are still students.
(A)On the contrary (B)In comparison (C)Of course (D)After all
928 A: I thought you liked popular music. B: Yes, I ______ listen to popular music. But now, I enjoy classical music more.
(A)was used to (B)used to (C)had used to (D)had been used to
929 Like a peacock, he likes to ______ in front of young girls. Look! He is bragging about his successful business again.
(A)show off (B)show about (C)make show (D)present shows
930 I hope you understand that his refusal to your invitation means nothing but a way ______. Because he is man seriously lacking of self-confidence.
(A)to harm (B)with shame (C)of defense (D)of pity
931 In the ancient times, some kings would dig rivers to ______ their kingdom and people ______ enemies.
(A)keep; off (B)drive; away of (C)hold; out of (D)protect; from
932 Please stop ______, because he is studying for the coming exam.
(A)having sounds (B)making voices (C)having words (D)making noises
933 I have the same opinions as yours. I ______ you on this point.
(A)refuse to (B)protest against (C)agree with (D)protect from
934 I think your plan works. I ______ help you with your proposal.
(A)agree with (B)agree for (C)agree like (D)agree to
935 When we went on our vacation last weekend, a thief ______ our apartment and stole my watch.
(A)came in (B)broke in(into) (C)went in (D)went into
936 Why did you lie to me? ______ you! I trusted you so much.
(A)Sorrow to (B)Shame on (C)Sadness of (D)Sorry with
937 Have you finished our assignment yet? Don't forget that we must ______.
(A)give in (B)give up (C)hand up (D)hand it in
938 If you wish to get good grades on this coming exam, you'd better ______ to what your teacher says in class.
(A)give carefulness (B)pay attention (C)make focus (D)have concern
939 They were lost in the woods. It took them almost four hours to ______ their ______ out of the woods, and got saved finally.
(A)look; road (B)see; way (C)search; path (D)find; way
940 The kindergarten teacher was telling stories to the kids. She sat in the center ______ by the kids.
(A)surrounding (B)to surround (C)surround (D)surrounded
941 Dogs ______ to guide blind people.
(A)are training (B)may have trained (C)will have trained (D)can be trained
942 The dolphin ______ of his behavior because he bit his trainer.
(A)felt ashamed (B)had shame (C)was shameful (D)ashamed
943 The swan flapped its wings to drive away the enemies when ______.
(A)scaring (B)scared (C)was scared (D)was scaring
944 Mother told her little child ______ to strangers.
(A)don't speak (B)didn't speak (C)not speak (D)not to speak
945 When the earthquake occurred, I found our cat still ______ soundly in the corner.
(A)sleeping (B)sleep (C)slept (D)to sleep
946 I am sorry I ______ that you were there.
(A)haven't noticed (B)didn't notice (C)hadn't noticed (D)don't notice
947 The little kids were very ______ by those new toys which were actually pretty ______.
(A)amused; amusing (B)amusing; amusing (C)amused; amused (D)amusing; amused
948 Monkeys ______ to hug their young close to their hearts.
(A)are observing (B)have observed (C)have been observing (D)have been observed
949 Why didn't you listen to me? I ______ you that he would make it. See? Now you've got to believe me.
(A)said (B)spoke (C)talked (D)told
950 The victim of the plane crash stayed ______ for two weeks, and then died last night.
(A)alive (B)central (C)obvious (D)rough
951 If he had been ______ enough, he wouldn't have said that on such occasion.
(A)quick-tempered (B)well-educated (C)broken-hearted (D)near-sighted
952 Michael is a gentleman very popular among young girls, because he is humorous and ______.
(A)farfetched (B)mal-functioned (C)key-questioned (D)well-mannered
953 Mind your expressions in the interview. If you can show that you are responsible, reliable and ______, you will win the chance.
(A)best-selling (B)well-mannered (C)better-equipped (D)most-preserved
954 She doesn't like Jim at all, as far as I am informed. ______, she chose him to be her date tonight.
(A)Interestingly (B)Particularly (C)Automatically (D)Responsibly
955 Hundreds of contestants, averagely aged about twenty, participated in the game. ______ enough, the winner was the youngest contestant who was only ten.
(A)Curiously (B)Mechanically (C)Consequently (D)Interestingly
956 I must study in a public school. I can't afford any ______ schools.
(A)famous (B)private (C)well-known (D)historic
957 Helen has dreamed of being a movie star. She has wanted to go on the ______ since she was ten.
(A)step (B)stake (C)stage (D)stalk
958 Mrs. Cole arranged a basketball summer ______ for her eight-year-old boy who was too active to stay home.
(A)class (B)course (C)band (D)camp
959 I'm afraid I have to use my old car. This new one is too expensive. I can't ______ it.
(A)provide (B)supply (C)prepare (D)afford
960 A trip to Europe? It takes time and money. I don't think I can ______ it.
(A)spend (B)pay (C)serve (D)afford
961 You could say that Beethoven was the greatest ______ in history.
(A)musician (B)magician (C)physician (D)composition
962 In the computer system, every operation goes ______. Man-power is much saved.
(A)automatically (B)internationally (C)absolutely (D)informatively
963 If you quit the job, you ______ lose the membership to the club.
(A)necessarily (B)comparatively (C)automatically (D)representatively
964 She just can’t utter any dirty words, because she is such a ______ lady whose father is a professor in this university.
(A)well-dressed (B)well-preserved (C)well-educated (D)well-required
965 Do not trespass. This is their ______ land. Besides, they keep some fierce dogs guarding it.
(A)public (B)previous (C)privilege (D)private
966 Patients in the early ______ of cancer have hopeful chances to be cured nowadays.
(A)period (B)time (C)stage (D)step
967 Can't you see it? I thought it was ______ enough that she didn't like to be with them.
(A)evident (B)incident (C)resident (D)accident
968 That he will, go for his goal is quite ______. You can see from his attitude of learning.
(A)evident (B)natural (C)necessary (D)absolute
969 My mom enjoys Italian food very much. ______, she enjoys learning Italian language and has been to Italy several times.
(A)Absolutely (B)Interestingly (C)Furthermore (D)Definitely
970 He requires his children to be punctual and responsible. ______, he strongly asks himself to behave so as an example for his kids.
(A)Generally (B)Furthermore (C)Scientifically (D)Automatically
971 Please don’t touch any jewels in that box. They are my most ______ possessions.
(A)prized (B)favorable (C)advantageous (D)profitable
972 He is a VIP of our committee. We can't ______ to neglect him from the guest list.
(A)supply (B)facilitate (C)afford (D)provide
973 ______ you hesitate in the game, you will probably lose.
(A)Once (B)Ever (C)Over (D)Perhaps
974 Bill and Betty live in the same apartment, though, they are not ______ friends. Actually, they are simply roommates.
(A)direct (B)immediate (C)interactive (D)intimate
975 Don't try to change their ideas. They have decided what to do. They have ______ their mind.
(A)made up (B)kept on (C)taken up (D)held on
976 You must keep your kids ______ those dangerous games.
(A)distant of (B)away from (C)long way off (D)off from
977 A: How did you get your name Kathy? B: I was ______ those dangerous games.
(A)named after (B)got from (C)given from (D)given name by
978 I'll ______ at the airport at ten thirty tomorrow morning, and take you home right after.
(A)meet you up (B)pick you up (C)take you up (D)drive you up
979 The table is ______ a piece of green checkered cloth.
(A)covered with (B)covering of (C)covered by (D)covering from
980 I think you'd better bring your umbrella along, just ______ it showers in the afternoon.
(A)on example (B)for saying (C)in case (D)even though
981 You had a big quarrel with her last night? ______ she refused to come.
(A)Not a word (B)No wonder (C)Speechless to say (D)Doubtlessly to say
982 Dont give up so easily. Look, I am still ______ it, even with my last breath.
(A)doing on (B)trying to (C)working on (D)making up
983 To be a reliable person, first, you must ______, never break your promises easily.
(A)take your words (B)keep your word (C)make your promises (D)take your time
984 Cindy ______ Bob's job after he quit.
(A)took up of (B)took over (C)brought up for (D)brought in
985 People will change their thoughts, ideas, and personalities ______ education.
(A)in the way of (B)by means of (C)with the method of (D)for the time of
986 We were simply ______ what he had accomplished. After all, he is only twelve!
(A)amazed at (B)doubted in (C)jealous of (D)counted on
987 A: How many guests will be on your invitation list? B: I've written twelve ______.
(A)far enough (B)such far (C)so far (D)farther most
988 This is your last chance to try. Be very careful, please. You can't ______ lose it again.
(A)be able to (B)supply for (C)approve to (D)afford to
989 You should ______ education.
(A)by no means (B)under any means (C)with no ways (D)in no conditions
990 As he is a tour guide, he is often traveling ______ home.
(A)far away from (B)far from away (C)away from far (D)from away far
991 Look! She is still practicing her violin. She ______ violin since 8:00 a.m.
(A)is practicing (B)has practiced (C)practiced (D)has been practicing
992 I'm wondering ______.
(A)why did you miss the chance (B)why had you missed the chance (C)why you let go of the chance (D)why did you let the chance go
993 I love my mother very much. I want my daughter ______ her.
(A)to name after (B)being named after (C)naming after (D)to be named after
994 Father had the car ______.
(A)to be fixed (B)fixed (C)fixing (D)fix
995 Too much sugar can make you ______ too much weight.
(A)gain (B)to gain (C)gaining (D)gained
996 I really admire that movie star. She is not only so ______ but also a great performer.
(A)looks well (B)looking well (C)well-looking (D)good-looking
997 I spend a lot of time ______ my violin every day.
(A)to practice (B)practicing (C)of practicing (D)practice
998 Though she is teaching English now, she plays violin wonderfully. She ______ violin for twelve years.
(A)is learning (B)had learned (C)learned (D)has been learning
999 He had his hair ______ last night.
(A)cut (B)cutting (C)to be cut (D)be cut
1000 I think her intelligence was ______ from her mother.
(A)brought (B)inherited (C)participated (D)transferring