1.The Tories were the forerunners of ____ , which still bears this nickname today.
A the Liberal Party B the Labour Party Day
C the Conservative Party D the Social Democratic Party
2.Among the most typical English sports, ____ has been in existence since the 16th century.
A rugby B soccer C cricket D boxing
3.The United States is ____
A the most populous country in the world
B the second most populous country in the world
C the third most populous county in the world
D the fourth most populous country in the world
4.The last one of the 13 colonies was ____, which was established in 1733.
A North Carolina B South Carolina C Georgia D Maryland
5. O' Henry earned his fame mainly for his ____
A novels B poems C short stories D dramas
6.The island of Lilliput can be found in ___
A Robinson Grusoe B Gulliver's Travels C Adventures of Tome Sawyer D Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
7____is the first American professional writer and the first writer of detective story in the world.
A Ezra Pound B Washington Irving C Nathaniel Hawthorne D Edgar Ellen Poe
8. ____is the basic unit of research in Mophology.
A. morpheme B phoneme C lexeme D phone
9. Which of the following statements about language is NOT true?
A language is a system B Language is symbolic
C Animals also have languages D Language is arbitrary
10. The pair of words “high” and “low” are ____
A gradable opposites B converse opposites C co-hyponyms D synonyms
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"When people succeed, it is because of hard work, Luck has nothing to do with success." Do you agree or disagree with the quotation above? Use specific and examples to explain your