1. St. Lawrence and River Columbia are shared by both ____
A America and Mexico B America and Canada
C America and Cuba D America and Brazil
2. European settlement of Australia began in the late part of ____ when a British penal colony was established on the east coast of the continent.
A the 16th century B the 17th century C the 18th century D the 19th century
3. Which sport is supposed to be America’s national sport and used to be call “American’s favorable pastime”?
A baseball B basketball C rugby D cricket
4. The largest city in New Zealand is ____
A Auckland B Wellington C Christchurch D Dunedin
5. After Adam Bede,____wrote The Mill on the Floss and Silas Marner in which moral problems are discussed and psychological analysis of characters are emphasized.
A George Eliot B Jane Austin C George Dickens D Charlotte Bronte
6.All of the following odes are written by John Keats EXCEPT____
A Ode to Autumn B Ode to a Nightingale
C Ode to a Skylark D Ode on Melancholy
7. Of____’s four famous comedies, the best known is Lady Windermere’s Fan.
A Oscar Wilde B Richard Sheridan C Bernard Shaw D Somerset Maugham
8. If the air stream meets with no obstruction when a sound is pronounced, it is a(n) ____
A voiced consonant B voiceless consonant C vowel D explosive
9. The internationally accepted system of phonetic transcription is ____
A I.P.A B I.A.P.S C I.S.S D S.S.I.P
10. With the ____, Latin words were added into the vocabulary of the language spoken in Britain.
A invasion of the Romans B Christianization of Britain
C Scandinavian invasion D Norman Conquest
Joy and sadness are experienced by people in all cultures around the world, but how can we tell when other people are happy or despondent? It turns out that the expression of many
"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