Use of English
词汇用法和语法结构（Vocabulary and Structure）
- I have an appointment with Dr. Edward.- ________
A.Please wait for a minute
B.Are you sick?
C.Tell me about your appointment
D.Dr. Edward didn’t tell me
May I move your bag a little and take this seat?___________.
A.I don’t mind
B.It doesn’t matter
C.You do it please
- This box is too heavy for me to carry it upstairs.- ____________
A.You may ask for help
B.I’ll give you a hand
C.Please do me a favor
D.I’d come to help
- _______ - Well, they got there last Wednesday. So about a week.
A.When did your parents arrive in Paris?
B.How long have your parents been in Paris?
C.Did your parents arrive in Paris last Wednesday?
D.When will your parents go to Paris?
- Thank you for inviting me.- ______________
A.I really had a happy time
B.Oh, it’s too late
C.Thank you for coming
D.Oh, so slowly?
A film was at the Circle Five Ranch to film a Marlboro commercial. This was in 1868, before they prohibited cigarette ads from American television. Darrell Winfield was watching the crew set up the equipment. The scene included an actor crossing a river on horseback, but when the time came to shoot, the man was too drunk to ride. Someone from the crew saw Winfield and asked him if he would ride the horse for 50 dollars. "Hell," said Winfield, "for 50 bucks, I’ll jump that damn horse over the moon!" To people in many countries, Winfield is just a familiar but nameless face, a simple cowboy with advertising message about a connection between the West and a brand of cigarettes. Few people know that he is 55, a family man who' s been married to the same woman for 37 years and has 5 children and 7 grandchildren. Most surprisingly, he' s a real, working cowboy who raises horses in his ranch in Wyoming. One of the most striking things about the Marlboro Man is that success hasn’t changed him much. He says that complete strangers sometimes come up to him and say, "I've met you, know you from somewhere." whenever it happens, he says that he gets embarrassed. Which of the following statements is true?
A.Cigarette ads were not allowed on television in America before 1868
B.Cigarette ads are now welcomed everywhere in America
C.Malboro commercials were not allowed before 1868
D.Malboro commercials were allowed on television America before 1868
What does the word “prohibited” in the first paragraph mean?
When they filmed the ads, _____________.
A.Winfield was too drunk.
B.The actor in the ads was too drunk.
C.Winfield was setting up the equipment.
D.Winfield was riding a horse
From the passage, we know that Winfield was _____________.
A.an ordinary man
D.a rich man
When people recognized Winfield, he felt ________.