1. The new hotel has erected a beautiful building with recreationarea and conference facilities on the top floor the finest view of the city can be obtained.
A. inwhich B. over which C.where D.there
2. We agree to accept they thought was the best tourist guide.
A.whatever B. whomever C. whichever D.whoever
3. Although many people view conflict as bad, conflict is sometimesuseful it forces people to test therelative merits of their attitudes and behaviors.
A. bywhich B. sothat C. inthat D. provided that
4. A beam of light will not bend round corners unless to do so with the help of areflecting device.
A. made B. beingmade C. having made D.to be made
5. A knock at the door again! It was the third time someone me that evening.
A. hasinterrupted B. had interrupted
C. to haveinterrupted D. would have interrupted
6. The government agrees to install services by residents over a ten-yearperiod.
A. which are to be paidfor B.for which to be paid
C. which to be paidfor D. to be paid for which
7. He would always ignore the fact of such a contradiction in his innerthought.
A. there tobe B. therebeing C. itbeing D. there having been
8. They uswillingly but they happened to be short of hands, too.
A. wouldhelp B. would have helped C. were going to help D. must have helped
9. Research findings show that we spend about two hours dreamingevery night no matter what we duringthe day.
A. should havedone B. would havedone C. may havedone D.must have done
10. If you are to catch a train, it is always better to becomfortably early than even a fraction of a minute late.
A. too B.very C.much D.rather
11. If you have been generous to a person for a period of time, itis most likely that the person will take advantage of your generosity and tradeon your “weakness” becomeappreciative of your kindness.
A. butnot B. letalone C. ratherthan D. instead of
12. A poet must not write for the ages past, but for in which he lives and those whichare to follow.
A. one B.those C.theone D. that