1.The United States has less than 6% of the world’s population; yet it produces about ____ of the total world output.
2.What country is known as the Land of Maple Leaf？
A United States of America
B United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
C New Zealand
3.The study of language acquisition is generally known as ___.
A theoretical linguistics
C applied linguistics
D historical linguistics
4.It is known that Irish landscape in featured by ___.
5.The sentence “shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?” is the beginning line of one of Shakespeare’s_____.
6.All the following universities are located in New England EXCEPT____
7.The highest peak in Canada is ____, which is the Yukon Territory of northwest Canada.
A. Mount Lawrence
B. Mount Superior
C. Mount Logan
D Mount Huron
8.____ is sometimes called the birthplace of America.
A. New England
B. the South
C. the West
D. the Midwest
9.The Tower of London, a historical sight, located in the center of London, was built by ____
A King Harold
B Robin Hood
C Oliver Cromwell
D William the Conqueror
10.The main theme of Emily Dickinson is the following except____
B love and marriage
C life and death
D war and peace