A She can't believe Tom dropped his girlfriend.
B She can't get over Tom's departure from class.
C She can't believe Tom dropped his wallet.
D She can't believe Tom quit school
A At a gas station.
B At a hospital,
C At a bank.
D At school.
A Ken is leaving for Hong Kong.
B Tina is leaving for Hong Kong.
C Ken wants to meet Tina on Saturday.
D Tina wants to meet Ken in Hong Kong tomorrow.
A It's no longer available.
B It's still available.
C It's only for rent.
D It's not as good as advertised.
A It's four o'clock in the afternoon.
B The woman's watch stopped two hours ago.
C It's very dark.
D It's going to rain.
A He doesn't like the painting, either.
B He doesn't know how to paint.
C He doesn't have any paintings.
D He doesn't know what to do,
A Because the man's taste in music is bad.
B Because the man plays the music at night.
C Because the man plays annoying music.
D Because the man plays the music at a high volume.
A The man shouldn't socialize.
B The man will have too heavy a workload to have social life.
C The man shouldn't neglect his social life.
D The man doesn't want to have a social life.
A She works in the travel agency on weekends.
B She goes to see the man working in the travel agency.
C She wants to buy a plane ticket.
D She used to work in the travel agency.
A Because he wants to travel to Phoenix.
B Because he works in the travel agency.
C Because he goes to see his girlfriend.
D Because he will go to Florida next week.
A It may not be available.
B It is a small plane.
C It is too expensive.
D It is not safe.
A Order the ticket.
B Write a bill.
C Confirm the times by phone.
D Confirm the order.
A Because he didn't want to go to the woman's party.
B Because he was deeply attracted by a program about Oprah Winfrey.
C Because he participated in Oprah Winfrey's program.
D Because he forgot about the woman's party.
A She is a US actress.
B She is a US speaker.
C She is the sponsor of a US talk show.
D She is the hostess of a US talk show.
A Oprah Winfrey has a distinguished family background.
B Oprah Winfrey is frank and genuine.
C Oprah Winfrey never spreads gossip or scandal.
D Oprah Winfrey was America's first African-American news anchor.
A From March 25 to March 30.
B January 1.
C From March 25 to April 1.
D April 1.
A In Scotland, people play jokes only in the morning.
B In England, April Fools' Day is 48 hours long.
C In America, people play jokes only in the morning.
D In Scotland, April Fools' Day is 48 hours long.
A It will try its best to include Taiwan in the 2008 Olympic torch relay route,
B It refuses to include Taiwan in the 2008 Olympic torch relay route.
C It gives no comment on this affair.
D It will definitely include Taiwan in the 2008 Olympic torch relay route.
A Chinese government.
B The International Olympic Committee.
C The State General Administration of Sports.
D The National People's Congress.
A About 15,000.
B About 1,500.
C About 150,000.
D About 5,100.
A Sense of sight.
B Sense of hearing.
C Sense of smell.
D Sense of taste.
A Sound travels five times faster through air than through water.
B Sound travels five times faster through water than through air.
C Sound travels three times faster through air than through water.
D Sound travels three times faster through water than through air.
A Through a wide variety of high-frequency sounds.
B Through a wide variety of low-frequency sounds.
C Through a narrow range of high-frequency sounds.
D Through a narrow range of low-frequency sounds.
A Through the sense of touch.
B Through the sense of smell.
C Through intense narrow-band pulses of sound.
D Through intense broad-band pulses of sound.
The "1992 Consensus", on the "one-China" principle and its respective (1) wording of both sides, was (2) in a meeting in November 1992 held in Hong Kong by the Association for Relations Across Taiwan Straits (ARATS) of the mainland, (3) by Wang Daohan, and the Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) of Taiwan, led by Gu Zhenfu. The consensus is that "both sides of the (Taiwan) Straits (4) to the 'one-China' principle" and orally explain the principle (5) .
As (6) in trade, economy and other fields across the Taiwan Straits have kept increasing since late 1987, the Taiwan (7) adjusted its policy of "no contact, no (8) and no negotiation" and set up SEF to contact and negotiate With China's mainland over problems that occur. (9) _____________________________________________________________ .
At the start of negotiations about affairs concerning both sides of the Taiwan Straits, (10) _______________________________________________________________ . though the political content may not be discussed as long as the "one-China" stand is advocated, and the ways to express "one-China" could be fully discussed.
A Summary of the Wang-Gu Talks published by the SEF in August 1993 stated that the consensus reached by ARATS and SEF was quite clear: (11)________________________________________________________________ .