AThe choice of courses.
BA day course.
CAn evening course.
AAt a cigarette store.
BAt a bus station.
CAt a gas station.
DAt Aunt Mary’s.
DGeorge’s wife’s father
AIt's good for training one's character but not good for one's health
BIt cannot prepare pupils to be good citizens.
CIt has less effect on a child's character than sports and games.
DIt's as important as after-class activities.
CThe sea food.
AThey considered her lazy.
BThey saw something they had never seen.
CThey considered her foolish.
DThey saw something familiar to them.
BFrom next door.
CFrom the Nelson’s house.
DFrom the back door.
AHis telephone went out of order.
BThe buyers had to leave soon.
CHe began to work at 08 a.m..
DHe had made an appointment with her for 08 a.m..
AThe prison gates are always open.
BIts prisoner can work outside.
CThe prison has no armed guards.
DThe prison is open to the public.
AMary has never studied mathematics.
BMary must be good at mathematics.
CMary enjoys learning mathematics.
DMary probably is poor at mathematics.
AHer husband had got a higher position.
BHer husband had lost his job.
CShe wanted to have a cleaner house.
DShe wanted to move to New York.
AThe prisoners are provided with jobs on release.
BIts prisoners are seldom made to work overtime.
CIt is run on the principle of trusting prisoners.
DIt has no security measures.
ATo the bank.
BTo a book store.
CTo a shoe store.
DTo the grocer.
ABecause pupils there have to spend most of the time studying.
BBecause the school authorities insist on traditional ways of teaching.
CBecause the school authorities have neglected discipline.
DBecause pupils there are too fond of playing.
AShe can use his car.
BShe can borrow someone else’s car.
CShe must get her car fixed.
DShe can’t borrow his car.
ANear the train station.
BIn the countryside.
CIn the city.
DNear her work place.