Jack Ma insisted that there ________ no excellent businessmen if everything went too smoothly and that they ________ as normal in face of hardships.
A．were; would carry on B．would be; carry on
C．would be; carried on D．should be; carried on
______excited Jenny most was ______ she finally succeeded in ______seemed to be the most difficult exam to him.
A．'That; that; which B．What; that; what
C．That; because; that D．What; because; which
People crowd into ________ cherry trees are blooming, appreciating the fresh spring sight.
Just tell Mike __________ has a good knowledge of physics and history is qualified for the position．
We choose this hotel because the price for a night here is down to $20, half of _______ it used to charge.
Have you been aware _______under the tree ________ a scholar and two assistants.
A．that; are B．that; is
C．of; are D．of; is
The gold medal will be awarded to ___________ wins the first place in the bicycle race.
Today we focus on _____ is called recurrent obesity (复发性肥胖) or yo-yo obesity (溜溜球式肥胖), _____ is the phenomenon _____ we gain weight and then go on a successful diet, but within 12 months we go back to our original weight.
A．what; which; in which B．which; which; where
C．all; that; that D．whatever; as; which
Hearing the son paid little attention to the marriage and _________ he remained _________with his work, the mother was quite anxious if he could find a girlfriend.
A．/, occupied B．that, to be occupied
C．/, to be occupied D．that, occupied
The science competition is a good opportunity to show students _____ creativity can add new value to their school life.
A．where B．whether C．how D．when
While some behaviors may seem strange to you, remember you consider normal probably seems just as unusual to others.
A．it; that B．what; that
C．that; what D．which; that
After ________ seemed an endless wait, ________ was his turn to have the job interview.
A．that, it B．which, that
C．what, which D．what, it
My grandmother helped me believe that I could accomplish ____________ I put my mind to.
A．whenever B．whatever C．wherever D．whichever
The student completed this experiment to make come true ______ Professor Joseph had said.
A．that B．what C．when D．where
I suspect_____ Facebook has done to invade our privacy is only the beginning, _____ is why I am considering cancelling my account.
A．that, which B．that whatever, which C．that what, that D．/, that
Mother promised she _____ me an English-Chinese dictionary.
A．is buying B．will buy C．would buy D．has bought
According to The Sun, British scientists have solved the ancient riddle of ________ came first—chicken or egg?
It was in this school ______ name he will never forget ______he won the speaking competition about ____ the army and rescue workers made joint effort to return the earthquake disaster area to normal.
A．of which the; that; how B．where; where; why
C．whose; that; the reason D．its; that; how
Advertising often functions as an indicator for ______ society considers to be socially acceptable and desirable at the time.
You probably can’t get much sleep if you live near ___________ a wedding reception ___________.
A．the place；is being held B．the place where；has been held
C．where；is being held D．which；has been held
One theory this phenomenon acupuncture reduces pain suggests that acupuncture_____ pain signals from reaching the brain.
A．explaining; that; should block B．which explains; where; can block
C．that explains; where; block D．explaining; that; blocks
Many companies don’t realize ____ important the customers are, which is why they lose their customers unconsciously.
A．what B．whether C．how D．which
You should explore your talents so as to find out ____ your real interests lie.
A．what B．which C．where D．that
Examples has more followers than reason in that we unconsciously imitate _____ pleases us.
A．that B．what C．which D．who
The exhibition tells us _____we should do something to stop air pollution.
_____Macao has achieved shows _____"one country, two systems" principle is the best solution to the Macao and Hongkong question, left by history.
A．That; what B．What; that C．What; what D．That; that
In my dream, I had a very vivid picture of ____ we used to live.
A．where B．that C．in which D．which
Observation, reason and experiment make up ______ we call the scientific method.
He wanted to know made her change her mind at the last minute.
A．what was it that B．that it was what
C．what it was that D．that what it was
The prize winner described to the class ________ he had managed to achieve excellence in his study.
A．what B．how C．which D．whether
The singer confirmed her claim she had made to the media ______she said that, she had absolute legal responsibility for ______ she had done.
A．that; whatever B．that what; whatever
C．where ; what D．that when; what
High school students will be better aware of _____ the real world is like by participating in community service.
A．that B．how C．what D．where
_______ the doors were closed, and ________ all the lights were off, the boy opened the door to his bedroom.
A．Having checked; that B．Having checked; /
C．Checking; where D．To check; that
_______ is troubling me is ______ I don’t understand ________ he said
A．What; that; what B．What; what; what
C．That; that; what D．Why; that; which
In her first class, her professor asked her and her classmates _________ impresses them most when it comes to Arica.
Sometimes, the kind of food we serve a person suggests ________ we show our gratitude.
I'll phone you if she ________ this evening. In fact, she didn't tell me if she ________.
A．would come; will come B．will come, came
C．comes; would come D．come; came
Nobody but Jim and his uncle _____________.
A．know who is he B．know who he is
C．knows who is he D．knows who he is
—Could you check my list to see I have forgotten anything?
— Do you know _________ made him successful in his career?
— Yes. His hard work and strong will, of course.
A．what it was that B．what was it that
C．it was what that D．was it what that
You should set a goal and see ________ you can achieve it in the coming exam.
She was just about to explain ______ she hadn’t passed her maths test chiefly out of carelessness ______ her uncle came.
A．her mother, when B．to her mother why, that
C．her mother that, when D．to her mother that, when
People who can see with their eyes can’t understand practical use Braille can be of for the blind.
She gave me a determined look—the kind that said she ______ her mind.
A．didn't change B．hadn't changed C．wouldn't change D．won't change
The job will be offered to __________ the employers believe has previous experience as well as a strong sense of duty.
A．no matter who B．no matter whom
Literature is a kind of intellectual light, just like the light of the sun, sometimes enabling us to see ________we do not like.
A．what B．how C．when D．that
I don’t know everyone in my class thinks I am funny.
A．why it is that B．why is it which
C．who is it which D．who it is which
We just don’t see ________ some people can get out of spreading false news when the facts are as plain as day.
A．what B．how C．why D．that
— I’d like to know ___________.
— Maybe in the forest.
A．whether we will go camping B．where will we go camping
C．whether to go camping D．where we will go camping
—You need to provide a hard argument as to _______ the exam scheme will be reformed.
—As you see, teachers and students have too much burden.
After a heated discussion, they still don’t know at all _______.
A．what is he working out B．what he is working on
C．what did he work on D．what he is working out
The same boiling water softens the potato and hardens the egg. It’s about ________you’re made of, not the circumstances.
Though his face suggested that there________ nothing serious, the doctor still suggested he ________ in bed for a few days.
A．was, stay B．was, stayed
C．be, stayed D．be, stay
Competed in 1891, in ________ was known as The Gilded Age, the fivestory mansion is now owned by a famous actor who decides to stage a special production of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
A．that B．what C．which D．it
Fanny asked ________ made that oddlooking little cat so popular.
A．what was it that B．wat was that
C．what it was that D．what that was
The study of colors indicates ______ persuades people to think of the bank as a safe and reliable place.
A．what is it that B．it is what C．what it is that D．it is that
The Chinese government has made it clear________ it tries to achieve in space science in the next 5 years.
A．how B．that C．what D．which
A painting by Vincent Van Gogh was stolen on _______ would have been the Dutch master’s 167th birthday.
A．that B．when C．what D．which
Never turn down a job because you think it’s too small. You don’t know _____ it can lead.
We’ve all heard _____________ convenient shopping on the Internet is and that you can get things far cheaper.
In the opening four sentences, Du described _______ the cycles of nature happen — the leaves come back to the trees, the flowers bloom, and the grass grows tall.
The headmaster wanted to know _______ at the entrance of the school.
A．who were you waiting for B．who are you waiting for
C．who you were waiting for D．who you are waiting for
—“Please explain why you're so late.”the boss said angrily.
—“What did the boss say to me？”
A．orders you to explain why you are so late
B．ordered you to explain why were you so late
C．asked you to explain why were you so late
D．ordered you to explain why you were so late
What advice at the school meeting?
A．you suppose the headmaster will give
B．do you suppose that the headmaster will give
C．do you suppose the headmaster will give
D．do you suppose will the headmaster give
“Never for a second,” the boy said, “ ________ my father would come to my rescue.”
A．I doubted that B．do I doubt whether
C．did I doubted if D．did I doubt that
Hearing the noise outside, Granny asked me .
A．what is happening B．what was happening
C．what it was happening D．what was it happening
The Oscars have been around for so long that they serve as an indicator of ________ the Hollywood community values now and in the past.
A．that B．where C．how D．what
________ you have picked up, you must give it back to ________ it belongs to.
A．Whatever; whoever B．What; whoever
C．No matter what; no matter who D．Whatever; no matter who
—Have you finished the book?
—No，I’ve read up to____ the children discover the secret cave.
A．which B．what C．that D．where
Animal’s ability to act reasonably in its environment is believed to come partly from ______ we may call “genetic learning”.
A．how B．which C．what D．why
While ______ the National Congress of Communist Party, President Xi instructed the party never to forget ______ we started and then we can accomplish our mission (使命).
We can judge one’s character by ______ he treats whoever can do nothing for him.
A．that B．what C．how D．when
I wonder when it was_______you came to realize ________his words meant.
A．that; what B．what; that C．what; what D．that; which
His statement was so ______ that it was difficult to make out that he was trying to express.
A．vague； what was it B．ambiguous； what it was
C．explicit； what it was D．clear； what was it
My advice is that you should think about ________ you know anyone who fits your target audience.
A．which B．what C．that D．whether
The Qingming Festival, now a national holiday, allows more people to pay their respects to dead relatives on would otherwise be a workday like Friday.
—How can you know so much about the incident?
—It took place only 50 yards from ______ I was standing.
A．which B．that C．where D．what
Baidu is not a doctor
When people1．(face) with a health or nutrition question, it’s2．(increasing) common to go online and diagnose (诊断) themselves. But the Internet is full of health warnings with no regulation to get rid3．the wrong advice, some of which4．(be) extremely unreliable and5．(danger)!
Also, search engines rank results by popularity rather than accuracy(准确性), so facts can be tricky to find. It’s worth6． (check) if the writer of an online piece is a proper expert. Anyone can call7．(they) a “diet expert”, “nutritionist” and even a “doctor”--given it could refer to qualifications(资格) like a PhD．But remember, only officially recognized practicing doctors as well 8． dietitians have degrees in giving medical suggestions. So if you’re unsure and still wondering9．the chocolate diet really does work or not, then it pays to make10．appointment with you dietitian or doctor. The truth is out there, and you just need to look in the right place!
The walls of failure surrounded me. My teacher’s eyes stared at my every move. My mom’s blank expression showed1．(disappoint). “He is not giving his full potential,” I heard my teacher say. I gazed down, afraid, ashamed, and2．(determine). My determination was not to put my best effort to improve but to give up.
My native language is Spanish.3．hard I tried, English would not take root in my brain. I tried hours on end 4．(improve) my grammar, pronunciation,and vocabulary. After the parent-teacher conference, my mother5．(tell) that I was totally lacking interest. I spent that whole afternoon listening to my mother tell me6．I should try. “You can never achieve what you do not try, she told me. The simple statement stuck deeply7．my nine-year-old mind.
The next day, I found myself learning English words I never knew. A simple change in attitude made me successfully learn those words. My teacher’s welcoming smile, patience, and bright attitude, in addition to my desire to learn, were enough to make8．difference. Within days, I found 9．(I) having complete conversations in English and even10．(use) idioms correctly. My mother’s words helped me to learn that success in life requires desire.
A recent film has earned huge attention on social media platforms, many citizens1．(praise) the short video as the “best commercial video of 2019 ”. The film focuses on2．question “Who is Peppa?” and tells a touching story3．highlights Chinese families. In the beginning, a senior man4．(name) Li Yubao in a remote mountainous area asked his grandson on the phone5．gifts he wanted for the Spring Festival, but only heard the word “Peppa” due to the poor mobile signal. Therefore, the man begins an interesting journey to discover who Peppa is.6． the help of neighbors, the senior man made a Peppa model with irons and steels, and7．(surprise) his grandson. The short video 8．(encourage) people working outside to come back home often and accompany family members9．(spend) a happy and warm Spring Festival holiday. After all, family connections are the most 10．(significance) thing in Chinese people’s hearts.
What does a beautiful person look like? Well, it depends on whom you ask and 1． they are from.
Much like the way people with straight hair want 2．(curl) hair or those with pale skin lie in the sun trying to get a suntan (晒黑), people often find themselves more attractive when 3．(visit) another country.
Recently a post went popular on the US question website Quora. It asked, “Have you ever been considered more attractive in a country 4． than your own?”
Many replies made 5． clear just how much more attractive they were considered in other country, and why.
Lolyta from Indonesia wrote, “In my home country, I am not considered beautiful, 6． when I went to Europe I got a lot of attention.” Pooja Gautam from Nepal shared a similar experience. Women with lighter skin always got more attention than she 7． in her country. But in Poland, she has gotten 8．(usual) high levels of attention from locals. “Tanning salons (晒黑沙龙) are a big thing in Polish cities,” she wrote. “Some Polish people find it hard to believe 9． I tell them that many Nepalese people carry 10．(umbrella) on hot, sunny days to stop their skin from turning darker.”
Why is setting goals important? Goals can help you do, be, and experience everything you want in life and goals allow you 1． (make) your life happen.
Successful people imagine how their life should be and set lots of goals. By setting goals you are taking control of your life. It's like2．( have) a map to show you where you want to go.
Think of it this way. There are two drivers. One has a destination in mind which can 3． (find) on a map. She can drive straight there without any wasted time or wrong 4．(turn). The other driver has no goal or destination 5． map. She starts off at the same time from the same place as 6． first driver, but she drives7．( aim) around, never getting anywhere, just using up gas. Which driver do you want to be?
Winners in life set goals and follow through on them. 8．(success) people just let life happen by accident. Goals aren't difficult to set, and they aren't difficult to reach. It's up 9．you to find out what your goals really are. You are the one who must decide what to achieve and in 10． direction to aim your life.
Fuchsia Dunlop decided to visit China after reading articles about the country for several months. The one-month backpacking trip exposed the English woman1． a wide range of Chinese food. "The dishes and soups I had even in the cheapest and plain eateries were better than 2． I had in the U.K.,” Dunlop recalled.
The last stop of her trip was Chengdu, 3． capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province. Dunlop learned from friends that Sichuan food represents one of China's 4． (good) cuisines, and when the spicy flavor of Sichuan pepper exploded in her mouth, something inside her changed forever.
After she returned to London, Dunlop made the decision to study in China at Sichuan University. When she wrote down "studying Chinese 5． (policy) on ethnic groups" on the 6． (apply) form as the reason for a scholarship, what she really had in mind were Sichuan dishes.
Her journey eventually led her to become the most knowledgeable English person on Chinese food. She 7． (write) many books on Chinese cuisine since, including Shark's Fin and Sichuan Pepper, which was translated into Chinese in 2018.
According to Chen Xiaoqing, 8． (know) for directing the documentary of A Bite of China, Dunlop is the most insightful foreign writer who 9． (vivid) describes Chinese cuisine in an exciting and accurate way. What she presents to the readers is not just food, but also the profound traditions and tremendous changes 10． (occur) in the country behind the flavors.
Nowadays，almost everyone has realized 1．smoking is harmful 2．people's health.Sometimes it 3．causes fire. In China，about 38% of the people smoke. Every year，they smoke millions of packets of cigarettes. It's bad news for the health of nation. It's known that 4．(smoke) can cause different kinds of disease. Every year，many people die5．these illness，such as lung and throat cancers. It also costs the government much money 6．(look) after these sick people. Smoking is also harmful to those 7．don't smoke，8．(especial) to children and women. In a word，smoking is no good. If you want to smoke，just think of those who suffer from diseases 9．the fires that destroy people's 10．(life) and properties!
Which is the most significant classical Chinese painting? According to Paul Denlinger, who 1． ( come) to China many times when young, it should be Qingming Shanghe Tu or Along the River During the Qingming Festival. This2．( create) dates back to the Northern Song dynasty.
This painting is important3． several reasons. First, up until this time, almost all Chinese 4． ( painting) were landscapes, which did not feature people at all or had only a few people. 5．( two) , this is the first scroll (卷轴)painting to describe both Chinese urban and suburban life during the period in the capital, Bianjing ( now Kaifeng, in Henan province). Third, the painting is highly detailed, 6．( feature ) shops of all kinds and different economic activities in and out of the city. People are able to see the Chinese technologies of the time, which helps them 7．great deal in understanding 8．the Chinese lived.
The Beijing Palace Museum keeps the9．( origin) Song painting and one of its famous copies—the Qing version 10．( hold) in the M National Palace Museum” in Taipei.
1．____________ people spend so much money on their pets surprised us a lot.
2．She asked me ____________ I had returned the books to the library, and I admitted that I hadn’t.
3．The gold medal will be awarded to ___________ wins the first place in the bicycle race.
4．The boy dived into the water and after _________seemed to be a long time, he came up again.
5．Our bad living habits will destroy the earth. Only by changing _________we live can we save the earth.
6．---I’ll ask the teacher about the attributive clause. I’m very puzzled about it.
---That’s just __________most of our classmates have doubt.
7．Many of the creatures in Rowling's world are not real, and much of ________ happens is strange.
8．The manager demanded that his lawyer ______________(call) or he wouldn’t say a single word.
9．It’s helpful to put children in a situation ___________ they can see themselves differently.
10．Not only the swimmers who are in the swimming pool but also the coach ___________(try) to save the drowning girl.
While driving alone through the countryside, Linda saw an old woman by the side of the road, reaching out her hand. 1． was getting dark and raining. “I can t leave her out in this weather,” Linda said to herself, so she stopped the car.
“ Shall I offer you 2． lift?” Linda asked. The old woman nodded and climbed into the car. After a while Linda asked, “Have you waited for long?” The old woman shook her head. 3． (strange)enough, the old woman didn’t say a single word all the way. Her only 4． (respond) was always a nod of the head or something else like that.
Then Linda saw the lady’s hands, 5． were very large and covered with thick hair. She realized 6． the lady was a man! After 7． (stop) the car, Linda said, “can’t see that mirror. Would you mind cleaning it 8．me?” The lady nodded and opened the door. As soon as the “lady” was out of the car, Linda drove off quickly.
When Linda arrived home, she found that the old lady 9． (leave) a handbag on the backseat. She opened it and let out a deep breath. Inside it 10．two sharp knives.
Many teachers believe that the responsibilities for learning lie with the students. 1．a long reading assignment is given，instructors expect students to be familiar with 2．(inform) in the reading even if they do not discuss it in class. The ideal student is considered to be one who is motivated to learn for the sake of learning，not the one interested only in getting high grades. Sometimes homework is returned 3．brief written comments but without a grade. Even if a grade is not given，the student is responsible4．learning the material assigned. When research 5．(assign), the professor expects the student to take it actively and to complete it with minimum guidance. It is the student's responsibility to find books，magazines，and articles in the library. Professors do not have the time to explain 6．a university library works；they expect students，7．(especial) graduate students, to be able to exhaust the reference origins in the library. Professors will help students who need help, but prefer that their students should not be too dependent on them. In the United States，professors have many other duties 8．teaching, such as doing research. Therefore, the time 9．a professor can spend with a student outside of class 10．(limit). If a student has problems with classroom work，he should either approach a professor during office hours or make an appointment.
1．The patient had to have one of his legs remove.
2．I don’t doubt whether Jane will continue to work here.
3．The picturebook is well worthy be read.
4．Judging from his amazing look, I knew he didn’t believe it.
5．For a whole day they searched the lost child.
6．He paid the boy $10 for washing ten windows, most of them hadn’t been cleaned for at least a year.
7．These who have plenty of money will help their friends.
8．This is the longest train which I have ever seen.
9．Which we all know, swimming is a very good sport.
10．The radio set which I bought it last week has gone wrong.
1．A computer can only do that you instruct it to do.
2．The teacher told us the earth went around the sun.
3．The reason for her preference for city life is why it’s convenient for her to go shopping.
4．He asked me how many English words I have learned by the end of last month.
5．I make a list of that my kids will need for the coming season.
6．We haven’t decided yet where we place the new bookshelf tomorrow.
7．I want to be liked and loved for who I am inside.
8．Could I speak to who is in charge of international trade？
9．The last time we had great fun was that we were visiting the Jinan Baihua Park.
10．Having checked the doors were closed，and all the lights were off，the boy went to his bedroom.
1．A computer can only do that you instruct it to do.
2．The reason for her preference for city life is why it’s convenient for her to go shopping.
3．I make a list of that my kids will need for the coming season.
4．Everything depends on if we have enough money.
5．The last time we had great fun was that we were visiting the Baihua Park in Jinan.
6．Having checked the doors were closed, and all the lights were off, the boy went to his bedroom.
It was about 6 o’clock in the afternoon when I was walking along the road, heading home from school. The wind blew so hard that, all of sudden, an advertising board by the roadside was blew down to the ground. Before realizing that had happened, I was knocked down by the board. I feel great pain in my legs and could not move. At that moment, a man who ran up to help me. Seen I was badly hurt, he drove me to the hospital immediate. After calling my parents, the man left without leaving my name and address. What I remember is that he is a middle-aged man. I want to finding the man and express my thank.
1．Tom wishes that he __________(study) law instead of history when he was in university.
2．The student insisted that he __________(try) his best and he insisted that he __________ (praise).
3．I __________(attend) my cousin’s birthday party last night, but I was not available.
4．They stared at me as if I __________(come) from the outer space.
5．He suggested we __________ (appeal) to the high court against the sentence.
6．—Do you want to drive out?
—No. I’d rather we __________(take) a taxi.
7．But for your instruction, I __________(not make) such great progress.
8．His ship was delayed because of the heavy fog yesterday; otherwise I __________ (pick) him up on time.
9．__________ I followed your advice, I would have had no trouble with my exam.
10．It’s a pity that her husband __________ (attempt) to deal with this problem in such a stupid way.
1．The question remains __________ we can win the majority of the people.
2．We must make it clear __________ anyone who breaks the law will be punished.
3．You should know __________ you’re going before you plan the best way of getting there.
4．Mary shut the door heavily and burst into tears. No one in the office knew __________ she was so angry.
5．As a graduate, he doesn’t know __________ it needs to start a business here.
6．What the doctors really doubt is __________ my mother will recover from the serious disease.
7．Pointing to the building, my brother said, “This is __________ I worked two years ago.”
8．Sarah hopes to become a friend of __________ shares common interests with her.
1．I wish that I______________(go) with you to see the film last night.
2．Without electricity，our life____________(be) quite different today.
3．I am a poor man now. If I________(have) money，I______________(buy) a large house.
4．If she had been more careful，she____________________(not make) these mistakes in the exam.
5．I think people__________________(believe) my story if I were not so young.
6．The man insisted that he____________(do) his best and________________(not blame) for the failure.
7．But for the rain，we____________(have) a pleasant journey the other day.
8．If I ________(am) you，I would give that patient a hug.
9．It is raining so heavily. If the rain____________________(stop) this afternoon，we could go out for a walk.
10．All the doctors in the hospital insisted that he__________(be) badly wounded and that he___________(operate) on at once.
11．How I wish every family________(have) a large house with a beautiful garden.
12．If everyone in the country________(know) first aid，many lives would be saved.
13．Tom wishes that he ______________(study) business instead of history when he was in university.
14．—John went to the hospital alone.
—If he________________(tell) me about it，I would have gone with him.
15．My father was strict. He requested that I__________________(not watch) television on this week nights.