Part I Grammar and vocabulary
1．I'm not sure whether China will win most medals in the 2012 Olympic Games, but it is certain that the world will have better understanding of China afterwards．
A．the；不填B．不填；the C．the；the D．the；a 2．—This book written by Tony Garrison is of great use for our course．—But I think his latest one is worth reading．
A．better B．more C．most D．very
3．—Do you regret paying five hundred dollars for the painting?
—No，I would gladly have paid for it!
A．twice so much B．twice as much C．as much twice D．so much twice 4．—be in the library this afternoon?
—No．Very likely I'll be at home all day．
A．Do you likely to B．Will you likely to
C．Are you likely to D．Do you like to
5．Isn't it a good idea for us to some money each month to purchase a car like Mr. Brown ?
A．keep in B．set aside C．take out D．make up
6．—Do you think John is coming to attend the lecture?
—Sure．I have___________ him to．
A．promised B．suggested C．persuaded D．supposed
7．The doctors said that few patients，________，could come back to normal after getting this disease．
A．if some B．if any C．if have D．if has
8. He often thinks of ___ he can do more for his country.
9．We must believe that each one of us is able to do something well，________ ，when we discover what this something is，we must work hard at it until we succeed．A．for which B．and which C．so that D．and that 10．If law and order not sound in a country，neither the citizen nor his property is safe.
A．are B．were C．was D．is
11．—Why do you look so worried?
—My computer broke down and my essay since．
A．was left to finish B．has left to finish
C．has been left unfinished D．had been left unfinished 12．It was getting dark when we were still halfway．，we almost ran out of gas.
A．To make matters worse B．Making matters worse
C．To make thing worse D．Making thing worse
13．—he come to see you as he promised?
—Of course．And I'd rather he me the truth
A．Can；cover B．Will；inform C．Shall；told D．Should；would tell