1．—His idea sounds good.
—What ________ it's a trick? We'd better think it over.
2．It would be very rude to remark ________ her appearance.
3．Nowadays, many people come to the city ________(seek) their fortune.
4．________(be) honest, the pay isn't attractive enough, though the job itself is quite interesting.
5．Most westerners are amazed ________ the quick development of China.
6．Jane was feeling ________(comfort), so she stayed in bed for a whole day.
7．I refused his request, ________(convince) that it was impossible to do it.
8．It always takes me too much time ________(classify) what I have just learned.
9．Two middle－aged passengers fell into the sea. ________(fortunate), neither of them could swim.
10．His knowledge of French literature is superior ________ mine.
11．Often staying up late makes him at his worst in terms ________ physical situation.
12．I've decided to keep all these stamps as they might be ________ great value some day.
13．In order to cheat others, some unkind men often pass themselves off ________ PLA men.
14．We are at your service. Don't hesitate ________(turn) to us if you have any further problems.
答案：1.if 2.on 3.to seek 4.To be 5.at 6.uncomfortable 7.convinced 8.to classify 9.Unfortunately 10.to 11.of 12.of 13.as 14.to turn
1．________ ________(每次) I meet her I always forget her name.
2．I know I can go on foot, but ________ ________(要是) I have a car?
3．Don't listen to the radio ________ ________ ________ ________(当做作业时)．
4．________ ________ ________(务必要小心) when you cross the street.
5．We hope the information may ________ ________ ________(有用) to you.
6．________ ________ ________ ________ ________(务必联系我) if you need such help again.(hesitate)
7．It is said that beer ________ ________ ________(被归类为) a food product.(classify)
8．The chair is so hard that it feels ________ ________ ________ ________(坐上去不舒服)．
1．Every time 2.what if 3.while doing your homework 4.Do be careful 5.be of use 6.Don't hesitate to contact me 7.is classified as 8.uncomfortable to sit on
1．Her happy smile was only disguise for her sadness.
2．Generally speak, a brilliant solution to the problem results from a brilliant mind.
3．He passed himself of as a farmer and crossed the bridge safely.
4．Doing nothing but only travelling all over the country was condemned him to a poor life.
1．disguise前加a 2.speak→speaking 3.of→off 4.去掉was
More than a hundred years ago, a college student was travelling by train. He found himself __1__ by the side of an old man who seemed to be a __2__ peasant，well dressed. He was holding a rosary (念珠) to __3__ and moving the beads(珠子) with his fingers. “Sir，do you still __4__ such outdated things？” asked the student. “Yes, I do. Don't you？”asked the man. The student burst into __5__ and said，“I do not believe in such __6__ things. Take my advice. __7__ the rosary out this window, __8__ learn what science has to say about it.”
“Science? I do not understand this science. Perhaps you can __9__ it to me. ” The man spoke humbly (谦恭地)with __10__ in his eyes.
The student saw that the man was __11__moved. So to avoid further hurting the __12__ of the man，he said, “Please give me your __13__ and I will send you some books to __14__ you learn about this. ”The man __15__ the inside pocket of his coat for a moment and gave the boy his visiting card. __16__ glancing at the card, the student __17__ his head in shame and became __18__. On the card he read，“Louis Pasteur, Director of the Institute of Scientific Research，Paris”.
__19__， Louis Pasteur was a great French scientist. His __20__ that most diseases are caused by germs (细菌), known as the “germ theory of disease”， was one of the most important advances in medical history.
4．A.believe in B．care about
C．think of D．play with
4．解析：句意：你仍然“信奉”这些过时的东西吗？believe in“信奉，信仰”。后文也提到了believe in。
13．解析：根据下文“I will send you some books”可知，大学生在问老人的“地址”。
15．解析：根据上文这位大学生要老人的地址，以及下文“gave the boy his visiting card”，可知老人把手伸进口袋“找”他的visiting card。
20．解析：“most diseases are caused by germs”是巴斯德在医学上的伟大“发现”。
Arthur Miller (1915－2005) is universally recognized as one of the greatest dramatists of the 20th century. Miller's father had moved to the USA from Austria－Hungary, drawn like so many others by the “Great American Dream”. However, he experienced severe financial hardship when his family business was ruined in the Great Depression of the early 1930s.
Miller's most famous play, Death of a Salesman, is a powerful attack on the American system, with its aggressive way of doing business and its insistence on money and social status as indicators of worth. In Willy Loman，the hero of the play，we see a man who has got into trouble with his worth. Willy is “burnt out” and in the cruel world of business there is no room for sentiment：if he can't do the work，then he is no good to his employer, the Wagner Company, and he must go. Willy is painfully aware of this, and at a loss as to do with his lack of success. He refuses to face the fact that he has failed and kills himself in the end.
When it was first staged in 1949, the play was greeted with enthusiastic reviews, and it won the Tony Award for Best Play, the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It was the first play to win all three of these major awards.
Miller died of heart failure at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut, on the evening of February 10,2005, the 56th anniversary of the first performance of Death of a Salesman on Broadway.
1．Why did Arthur Miller's father move to the USA?
A．He suffered from severe hunger in his home country.
B．He was attracted by the “Great American Dream”．
C．He hoped to make his son a dramatist.
D．His family business failed.
2．What can we learn about Willy Loman?
A．He treats his employer badly.
B．He runs the Wagner Company.
C．He is a victim of the American system.
D．He is regarded as a hero by his colleagues.
3．After it was first staged，Death of a Salesman ________.
A．achieved huge success
B．won the first Tony Award
C．was warmly welcomed by salesmen
D．was severely attacked by dramatists
4．What is the text mainly about?
A．Arthur Miller and his family.
B．The awards Arthur Miller won.
C．The hardship Arthur Miller experienced.
D．Arthur Miller and his best－known play.