1．After wards there was just afeeling of let-down.
A．excitement B．anger C．charm D．disappointment
2．The committee was asked to rendera report on the housing situation.
A．copy B．furnish C．publish D．summarize
3．The curriculum was too narrow andtoo rigid.
A．hidden B．inflexible C．tradition D．official
4．He led a very moral life.
A．honorable B．human C．intelligent D．natural
5．The majority of people around hereare decent.
A．real B．honest C．normal D．wealthy
6．His knowledge of French is fair.
A．very useful B．very limited C．quite good D．rather special
7．The group does not advocatethe use of violence.
A．limit B．regular C．support D．oppose
8．The worst agonies of the warwere now beginning.
A．pains B．parts C．aspects D．results
9．It was a magic night until the spellwas broken.
A．time B．charm C．space D．opportunity
10．They are trying to identify what is wrong with the presentsystem.
A．prove B．discover C．consider D．imagine
11．Several windows had been smashed.
A．cleaned B．replaced C．broken D．fixed
12．She felt that she had done her good deed for the day.
A．homework B．act C．justice D．model
13．London quickly became a flourishing port.
A．major B．large C．successful D．commercial
14．His professional career spanned 16 years.
A．stared B．changed C．moved D．lasted
15．His stomach felt hollow with fear.
A．empty B．sincere C．respectful D．terrible