1. Your mother has been about you so much. Please don't worry her any more.
[A] worried [B] worry [C] to be worried [D] to worry
2. I find it hard to imagine that she in love with Silly Jack.
[A] have fallen [B] had fallen IC] fall [D] has fallen
3. We were watching TV together a stranger came in.
[A] while [B] when [C] that [D] where
4. -- Shall we go fishing next Friday, Martin?
-- Can we make it other day, dear?
[A] some [B] any [C] another [D] one of
5. His experience suggests that he can the computer without
[A] arrange [B] operate [C] control [D] do
6. I on a maths problem when you telephoned me early this morning.
[A] had worked [B] was working
[C] have worked [D] have been working
7. I am not going to talk on the point . It's neither important nor very interesting.
[A] any far [B] any further [C]any farther [D] much more
8. --Would you like me to carry this bag for you?
[A] That's all right, [B] No problem.
[C]Yes, please. [D]Thank you all the same.
9. I think it a great honour to visit your country.
[A] to invite [B] inviting
[C]having invited [D] to be invited
10. The flower is dead. I it more water.
[A] would have given [B] should have given
[C] must have given [D] had to give
11. --Which dress do you like better?
-- I like the blue better, it seems.
[A] those [B] that [C] one [D] it
12 None of the books and magazines can be from the reading room.
[A] taking away [B]taking off [C] taken away [D] taken back
13. It was in London he met Susan and married her shortly after he graduated from Queen's College.
[A] that [B] where [C] which [D] when
14. Susan told the children in the street
[A] not play games [B] not play the game
[C] not to play games [D] didn't play games
15. It's perfectly harmless, Sally, I wouldn't have done it.
[A] but [B] yet [C] then [D] otherwise
16. You didn't know what the teacher said in the classroom? You asleep.
[A] must be [B] must have been
[C] should be [D] should have been
17. Most of his books in this small room.
[A] are kept [B] is kept [C] keeps [D] keeping
18. Scotland is the north of England and the north of Britain.
[A] to; to [B] in; in [C] in; to [D] to; in
19. Professor Yang, together with some of his students, in the reading room.
[A] was reading [B] were reading [C] be reading [D] reading
20 He goes to see a film, does he?