1.26. It’s time to take a short ______. Would you like to have a cup of coffee?
(A) triumph (B) break (C) rainbow (D) garbage
2.27. My legs are ______ after the ball game.
(A) sore (B) certificate (C) health (D) ambitious
3.28. I am so hungry. The noodles look ______ to me.
(A) delicious (B) honest (C) famous (D) commemorative
4.29. The plane ticket is ______ for one year.
(A) true (B) upgrade (C) awesome (D) valid
5.30. We need to buy some new ______ for redecorating our villa.
(A) furniture (B) exhibition (C) stretcher (D) route
6.31. Tom had stayed up watching movies and ______ this morning.
(A) pinched (B) overslept (C) compensated (D) interchanged
7.32. Mary’s uncle passed away yesterday. The ______ will be held next Tuesday.
(A) attack (B) miracle (C) mirror (D) funeral
8.33. After having an ______ with me, the boss decides to give me the job.
(A) obligation (B) upbeat (C) interview (D) embank
9.34. Come in, please. Let me ______ some water and make tea for you.
(A) fry (B) boil (C) delete (D) celebrate
10.35. ______ you need any assistance from me, please do not hesitate to contact me.
(A) Should (B) Are (C) Could (D) May
11.36. The dog was ______ death in the snowy weather.
(A) freezing (B) frozen to (C) freezed into (D) freezes
12.37. It was very much ______ my disappointment that they lost the game.
(A) in (B) beside (C) to (D) on
13.38. If he ______ my phone, he wouldn’t have missed the flight to London.
(A) had answered (B) did answer (C) does answer (D) answered
14.39. I ______ to act for the director while he is off.
(A) am authorizing (B) authorize (C) have authorized (D) am authorized
15.40. The movie is ______ the novel by Joseph O’Neill.
(A) basic (B) based on (C) basing (D) on the base of
16.41. Mark was injured in the car accident yesterday, so his elder brother ______ his place in the race.
(A) took (B) took into (C) had took (D) was taken
17.42. There is ______ that Jenny is a smart student.
(A) not deny (B) denied (C) undenial (D) no denying
18.43. I shall buy you a bracelet watch ______ condition that you promise to behave yourself. (A) on (B) in (C) to (D) with
19.44. A: As you sow, so shall you reap. We all have to work harder.
(A) I can’t agree with you more.
(B) Yes, we can!
(C) Yes, you can take over his property.
(D) I have seen him there.
20.45. A: What was his major in the university?
(A) The main point was his job.
(B) He studied Math.
(C) He used to be a solider.
(D) He loved watching DVDs when he was a student.
21.46. A: What color of dress should I choose for the ceremony?
(A) Should we meet each other?
(B) I guess so.
(C) Could I order it online?
(D) I think you will look better in pink.
22.47. A: Let’s study hard now and go skiing during this coming Christmas holidays.
(A) It’s a deal.
(B) We shouldn’t do two things at a time.
(C) There are more than one person.
(D) It’s unreasonable.
23.48. A: I keep worrying that I left the back door unlocked.
(A) Why don’t we move the door?
(B) There is a ring in my bag.
(C) Let’s return home to check.
(D) I doubt whether he has left or not.
24.49. A: What’s your part in the play?
(A) I shall play a singer.
(B) The play is highly praised.
(C) I am impressed with the costumes.
(D) The ticket costs 100 dollars.
25.50. A: Jack used whisky to brush his teeth.
(A) Here I go.
(B) Oh, he kept talking about the painting.
(C) He had dedication.
(D) That was odd.