A. The shopping centre is flooded with people.
B. They will come to the mall some other day.
C. Parking in this city is a horrible nightmare.
D. She will wait for the man at the south gate.
A. The woman would like the man to take care of her mail.
B. The woman has put the number into everyone’s mailbox.
C. The new copy machine can meet everyone’s needs.
D. A code number is necessary to run the copy machine.
A. Enjoying the beautiful view from the window.
B. Looking for a house.
C. Rearranging the furniture.
D. Asking the carpenter to make a wardrobe.
A. Her friend will buy a dress for her.
B. Everyone helps her buy the new dress.
C. She is wearing the beautiful dress.
D. She is very pleased with the bargain.
A. She saw someone take it away.
B. She may help the man find it.
C. The man should go to the Lost and Found.
D. She knew it was the man’s book.
A. Driving is too dangerous.
B. Buying a car is beyond his affordability.
C. Getting a driver's license is too difficult.
D. Taking a bus is more convenient.
A. Mark doesn't get paid for his work.
B. Mark pays little attention to his studies.
C. Mark prefers study to music.
D. Mark will join in the university band.
A. In a hospital.
B. At a clinic.
C. In a drugstore.
D. In a chemistry lab.
A. Research on brain activity.
B. Components of interaction.
C. The importance of eye contact.
D. Threats and fear.
A. How people conduct eye contact.
B. How people respond to potential threats.
C. How people feel when others glare at them.
D. How people respond to pictures of angry and fear people.
A. When you’re studying emotions, you have to take eye contact into consideration.
B. If you’re scared and looking at me, it’s likely that you’re going to attack.
C. In vague situations, your brain does more work to process other people’s facial expressions.
D. Eye contact means different things in different situations.
A. It should keep as few snacks as possible．
B. It is better not easy to reach．
C. It is used to entertain customers．
D. It can keep the office clean and tidy．
A. To celebrate birthdays once in a month．
B. To keep celebrations as simple as possible．
C. To avoid eating and drinking excessively．
D. To vote to decide whom to celebrate for．
A. Because meals prepared by oneself are more delicious．
B. Because it is relatively cheaper and cleaner．
C. Because it is up to oneself to decide what to eat．
D. Because the office meals are usually greasy and unhealthy．