They wish they _____ have to work hard to earn money.
Many people are interested _____ the products that save energy.
She has worked as a secretary _____ five years.
Tet is a Vietnamese festival _____ occurs in late January or early February.
The doctor suggested that she _____ a rest for a few days.
It's _____ crowded at my gym that you have to wait for all the machines.
Don't you think it's about time we _____?
What does "www" _____ for? Is it short for "world wide web"?
He always gets _____ presents than his sister on his birthday.
_____ he didn’t have much money, he was still able to buy an expensive gift for his father.
If you need perfume, you should go to a _____ store.
Which country do not use chopsticks?
Which habitat does NOT get a lot of rain?
Mr. Smith: “Could you bring me some water?”
Jane: “You look great in that red skirt, Lora!”
"My street is too noisy."
Read the passage and answer the questions.
The time machine
“So you’re telling me this is a time machine?” Eric asked. “Yes,” his Uncle Joseph replied. “I’ve been working on it for years here in my lab.” Eric looked around the lab. A bank of computers lined one of the walls. Metal shelves held bottles and jars filled with strange liquids. There was a big metal table in the middle of the room. There were wires and tiny machine parts scattered all over it. In the middle of the table was a silver box. The box had a small computer screen and keyboard on its face.
“All you do is type in the time you want to go to,” Uncle Joseph said. “The box will transport anyone within ten feet to that location.” “So you mean if you typed in January 3rd, 2033, it would send us back to yesterday?” Eric asked. Uncle Joseph nodded. “Yes. But it can do better than that. I could type in 150 million years BC, for example.”
He typed in the date on the keyboard. “Cool,” Eric said. “And then you just press this button?” Eric put his finger on the button. “Eric, no!” Uncle Joseph cried. But he was too late. Eric pressed the button. The room began to spin. When everything settled, they were no longer in the lab. Tall, green plants grew all around them. A volcano rose up in the distance. Then the ground began to rumble. A huge dinosaur stomped toward them! “Hey, a Brontosaurus!” Eric said. “Your time machine really works!”
(Adapted from readworks.org)
This passage is an example of _____
Which of the following does not describe Uncle Joseph's lab?
At the end of the passage, the characters are _____.
His job is to stop fires burning and to save people and property from being harmed. What is his job? (11 letters):
She started getting and keeping stamps and coins as her hobby. What did she start doing? (10 letters):
This is a suggestion or plan for doing something. (4 letters):
Fill in the missing word to complete the English proverb: "Don’t count your ____ before they hatch" (8 letters):