94. -Well, I can’t your address.
-Oh, sorry,I’ll tell you again.
A. see B.understand C.read D.say
93. I thought there would be many studentsin the hall but when I got in, I found .
A. no one B.none C.anybody D.nothing
92. -I hear you moved into a house.
-Yes. my new address.
A. Here we are B.Here they are C. Here youare D.This is
91. It is said in Australia there is more than thegovernment knows .
A. it what to do with B. what to do it with C.what to do with it D. to do what with it
90. Having a trip abroad is certainly goodfor the old couple, but it remains whether they willenjoy it.
A. to see B.to be seen C.seeing D.seen
89. We thought of selling this oldfurniture, but we’ve decided to it. It might bevaluable.
A. hold on to B.keep up with C.turn to D.look after
88. John shut everybody out of the kitchen he could preparehis grand surprise for the party.
A. which B.when C.so that D.as if
87. The taxi driver often remindspassengers to theirbelongs when they leave the car.
A. keep B.catch C.hold D.take
86. Boris has brains. In fact, I doubtwhether anyone in the class has IQ.
A. a high B.a higher C.the higher D.the highest
85. Jumping out of airplane at tenthousand feet is quite excitingexperience.
A./; the B./;an C.an; an D.the; the