5-111. If you keep quiet, I’ll give another thought to my decision.
5-112. She plays a passive role in the committee.
(a) an active
(b) an important
(c) an inactive
(d) an unimportant
(e) a passion
5-113. The army launched a massive attack on the fort at dawn.
5-114. After the preliminary round, he was asked to wait for further notice.
5-115. He inherited a huge sum of money when his grandmother passed away.
(a) a fortune
(b) an allowance
(c) a hesitation
(d) a property
(e) a heritage
5-116. She has been bearing a baby for five months.
5-117. The boy resembles his father in many ways.
(a) takes out
(b) takes to
(c) takes after
(d) takes on
(e) takes off
5-118. Hillary shows a lot of affection towards children.
5-119. The boss has approved his assistant to handle his work while he is away.
5-120. That shopkeeper is very mean with his money, he refuses to donate a single cent to charity.
5-121. You are not required by law or agreement to attend the meeting.
5-122. We were instructed to keep details of the operation confidential.
5-123. The hunter pursued the wounded tiger to its lair.
5-124. All at once, the room was plunged into darkness.
5-125. He wrote a ridiculous story about an elephant and its pet mouse.
5-126. Many victims were crushed to death by the falling wall.
5-127. We were not surprised when he failed to appear at the meeting.
(a) come back
(b) find out
(c) show up
(d) show off
(e) come on
5-128. It is always difficult for me to select a good present for my wife.
(a) pick up
(b) pick out
(c) pick at
(d) pick off
(e) pick of