1. A) She was involved in a conflict with bird lovers.

B) She was charged with mistreating animals.

C) She was on bad terms with her neighbors.

D) She was accused of violating a city law.

2.A)It will take time to solve the rat problem.

B) All wild animals should be well protected.

C) The woman was not to blame for the situation.

D) No one should go unpunished for violating law.

3.A)Communicate with astronauts in Mars Dune Alpha.

B) Work in an environment resembling Mars.

C) Build a Martian habitat in Houston.

D) Send in applications before Friday.

4.A)Ready-made food.

B) Food that is organic.

C) Food they grow.

D) Potatoes mostly.

5.A) He apologized for scratching an athlete's gold medal.

B) He was asked to present a gold medal to Miu Goto.

C) He bit a softball player's Olympic gold medal.

D) He attracted public attention at a media event.

6. A) Have another picture taken with the Olympic medalist.

B) Apologize to the International Olympic Committee.

C) Get the damaged medal repaired.

D) Pay for the cost of a new medal.

7. A) Allow no one to touch them.

B) See them as symbols of honor.

C) Treat them as treasures.

D) Keep them in a safe place.

8.A)She covered its screen with a plastic sheet.

B) She connected it with her smart phone.

C) She decorated it with colorful stickers.

D) She bought some new software for it.

9.A)It may not be simply blue.

B) It includes unnatural light.

C) It is more harmful to young people.

D) It induces people to fall asleep.

10. A) He has had much trouble falling asleep.

B) He has had some sort of health problems.

C) He has stayed up playing computer games.

D) He has been burdened with excessive work.

11. A) Exposure to blue light is the chief cause of obesity.

B) Sleep may be more important than people assumed.

C) Sleep may also be negatively affected by natural light.

D) Overuse of electronic devices may cause heart disease.

12. A) What they wanted to be when grown up.

B) What their favorite cartoon character was.

C) What they learned from computer games.

D) What they liked to do most after school.

13.A)A stock broker.

B) A pop singer.

C) A mechanical engineer.

D) A basketball player.

14. A)Ambitious.

B) Sensible.

C) Imaginative.


15.A)Relax their strict control of their kids.

B) Help their kids understand themselves.

C) Impose their own dreams on their kids.

D) Dismiss their high expectations of their kids.

16. A)Set up company branches

B) Improve its infrastructure

C) Introduce iPhones into its markets

D) Promote Internet-ready phones

17. A)They cater to Africans' needs.

B) They are more expensive models.

C) They are more powerful and capable.

D) They boast the longest battery life.

18. A)A large touchscreen.

B) An old-school keypad.

C) A voice-response device.

D) A digitally-designed system.

19. A)It ensured sustainable economic growth.

B) It was strongly opposed by manufacturers.

C) It was cheaper than using fossil fuel plastic.

D) It satisfied consumer demands on the whole.

20. A) The capacity to mass produce it.

B) The l government's regulations.

C) A boom in market demand for clear plastic bottles.

D) A rapid increase in U.S. petroleum chemical production.

21. A)Require companies to use 30% of new plastic.

B) Increase the supply of new plastic in the market.

C) Reduce the amount of plastic pollution in local areas.

D) Take measures to promote the use of recycled plastic.

22. A)It studies dreams.

B) It rents a place for nap-takers.

C) It is a hotel for business people.

D) It is a nap research institute.

23. A)To find out creative people's work performance.

B) To see how many people can go without napping.

C) To understand the obvious importance of napping.

D) To feel how difficult it is to get his idea across.

24. A)They decline due to pointless meetings.

B) They depend on his ability to concentrate.

C) They enable him to enjoy a creative career.

D) They are affected by the overuse of social media.

25. A) Some bosses associate napping with laziness.

B) Many office workers nap during work hours.

C) Some bosses can concentrate without napping.

D) Many of his friends daydream in the office.


1.A)A man was bitten by a snake.

B) A man was taken to a hospital.

C) A man kept a 4-foot snake as a pet.

D) A man fell off his toilet seat.

2. A)Where the snake had been taken.

B) Whether the snake was infected.

C) How the snake was captured.

D) Who owned the snake.

3.A) Taking her trash out in fancy dresses.

B) Amusing herself by going to ball parties.

C) Sharing her photos with famous movie stars.

D) Posting her daughter's photos on social media.

4.A) To make herself popular.

B) To amuse people.

C) To please her daughter.

D)To record her achievements.

5. A)Eat as much as they want for $10.

B) Have a chance of winning a $100 prize.

C) Have a meal even if they have no money.

D) Get a free meal after answering some questions.

6.A) It was brought up by two staffers.

B) It helped to popularize her restaurant.

C) It originated from a donation to her staff.

D) It was suggested by some of her customers.

7.A) Fifty customers have offered donations.

B) More people have been giving than taking.

C) Many people have come to eat at the restaurant.

D) Most staffers have received messages of kindness.

8.A) He is a psychologist.

B) He is a famous writer.

C) He is a host for a TV program.

D) He is a primary school teacher.

9.A)Why social media accounts vanish without a trace.

B) Why parents raise their children in different ways.

C) Why people fail to respond to emails promptly.

D) Why friends break off contact all of a sudden.

10.A)They simply shut themselves down.

B) They avoid showing their emotions.

C) They scream to get their parents back.

D) They attempt to ignore the whole situation.

11.A)They may regard any difference as the end of a relationship.

B) They are on better terms with friends and romantic partners.

C) They try to express their feelings and thoughts effectively.

D) They attach more value to their relationships with others.

12.A) Their price.

B) Their color.

C) Their quality.

D) Their design.

13.A) Jeans are a typical American garment.

B) America makes the best-known brands of jeans.

C) America has the best weaving tools in the world.

D) Jeans are available in a greater variety in America.

14. A) They are artificial.

B) They are natural.

C) They are unique.

D) They are special.

15.A) They are for casual wearing.

B) They are popular with boys.

C) They are much too pricey.

D) They are worth the price.

16.A) He desires more in life.

B) He wants to see it again.

C) He feels as inspired as other audience members.

D) He longs to become a superstar himself.

17.A) It is rather unrealistic..

B) It is extremely artistic.

C) It is somewhat complicated.

D) It is relatively predictable.

18.A)They are biased against women.

B) They are basically misleading.

C) They are full of shootings.

D) They are too simple.

19. A)It can highlight leadership.

B) It can help connect people.

C) It is a means to inspire creative thinking.

D) It is an intuitive way to solidify friendship.

20.A) Allow them to recite data points.

B) Make them more open to learning.

C) Enable them to remember the main idea.

D) Stimulate them to engage in discussions.

21.A) Inspire listeners' imagination.

B) Enrich their own experience.

C) Convey fundamental values.

D) Explain insightful ideas.

22. A) Immigrants outnumber U.S.-born Americans.

B) Immigrants have been contributing to the U.S.

C) Another wave of immigrants is hitting the U.S.

D) The number of immigrants to the declining.

23. A) More of them expect their children to succeed in business.

B) They have fewer chances to be hired by U.S. companies.

C) They have founded most Fortune 500 companies.

D) More of them are successful business people.

24.A)They have higher installment loan debt than native-born Americans.

B) Nineteen percent of them borrow money from friends and family.

C) Their level of debt is lower than that of native-born Americans.

D) Thirty-four percent of them use credit for their daily purchases.

25. A)Keep their traditional values and old habits.

B) Find employment in competitive businesses.

C) Borrow money from financial institutions.

D) Collaborate with native-born Americans.