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九年级英语全册《Unit 15 We are trying to save the manatees Section A 1a-2c》达标检测题

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《Unit 15 We are trying to save the manatees Section A 1a-2c》



( )1The Sutong Highway Bridge,a _______ bridge,is already open to traffic.

A、32 kilometre long B、32-kilometre- long

C、32 kilometres long D、32-kilometres- long

( )2 Some girls get sick after they try so hard to lose______weight.

A、a B、the C、/ D、an

( )3 Manatees eat about 100______ a day.

A、pound of food B、pounds of food

C、pounds of food D、pounds foods

( )4Do you know the reason _______ she got so angry yesterday?

A、why B、which C、for that D、for why

( )5The Chang Jiang river is about 6300 kilometers _________.

A、long B、tall C、wide D、high

( ) 6— Shall we go shopping now? — Sorry, I can't. I ______ the house.

A. clean B. am cleaning C. cleaned D. have cleaned

( )7 —I didn’t see you at the meeting yesterday. Why?

— I _____ for a long distance call from my daughter in Canada.

A. will wait B. have waited C. was waiting D. am waiting

( )8 —I have bought an English-Chinese dictionary.

— When and where ____ you ____ it?

A. have, bought B. did, buy C. do, buy

D. will, buy


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