Paul: Can you help me?
Paul: I need to mail these through airmail. Will you pass by the post office today?
(A) His father is away in USA now. (B) I know my classmate called me.
(C) Sure, what do you need? (D) Today is a fine day.
8.43 Tony: I broke my arm last night.
Carol: ___Did you have a car accident?
Tony: No, I fell off my horse.
(A) Don’t worry. (B) It’s very kind of you.
(C) Isn’t that wonderful? (D) How did that happen?
9.44 John: I think I need to lose some weight.
Mary: No, you don’t. ______
John: Thanks. You’re very sweet.
(A) You should keep working out. (B) You look different.
(C) You don’t look as good as I do. (D) You look fine just the way you are.
10.45 A. How did your parents enjoy their vacation in Bali?
B. ______ The weather was miserable, and the hotel was crowded.
A. That’s a shame!
(A) They were really happy. (B) They were not really sure.
(C) They were disappointed. (D) They want to go again.
11.Have you ever thought about how to stay safe online? You might think you’ve met some real cool friends in Chat
rooms or through IM but how can you be sure who you are talking to? The person may be nice, but then again they 46 .
However well you think you know someone, they are still a stranger 47 you have actually seen them in person. One
thing you can do to help you stay safe online is not to give away too much information about yourself and never arrange
to meet up with anyone you’ve been chatting to. And if you really 48 , then make sure you take a friend with you. In
addition, if you find a really cool site, tell a friend, but be careful about sites which ask you 49 lots of personal
details--you never know where that information goes! If you see anything which 50 you on a website, just turn off
the screen. Don’t feel embarrassed because it’s really easy to come across bad sites by mistake.
【題組】46 (A) will be (B) are not
(C) may have been (D) may not be