C. Middle East
D. South America
A. buy high-quality product
B. buy simply-wrapped things
C. reuse cups
D. buy fewer hamburgers
A. Because people will soon throw them away.
B. Because they have to be repaired many times.
C. Because customers change their ideas all the time.
D. Because they produce less energy.
A. The bottles are collected, washed, returned and filled again.
B. The bottles are filled again after being returned, collected and washed.
C. The bottles are washed, retuned, filled again and collected.
D. The bottles are collected, returned filled again and washed.
A. people are ordered to return bottles.
B. returned bottles are few.
C. not many bottles are made of glass or plastic.
D. each returned bottle is paid.
A. Aluminum cans and plastic wrappings
B. Hamburger wrappings and spent motor oil
C. Aluminum cans and spent motor oil
D. TV sets and aluminum cans
A. how to reduce garbage disposal
B. what people often understand about the term 'recycle'
C. what is involved in the recycling movement
D. how to live sensitively to the environment.
A. married Americans
B. adult Americans
C. American men
D. younger generations
B. never before seen
D. impossible to count
A. 90 percent of younger generations will marry.
B. young people prefer to marry in order to have children.
C. most young people delay marriage for personal reasons.
D. an increasing number of young people will never marry.
A. More Americans are living together without marrying.
B. It takes divorced and widowed people fewer years before they get married again than in the past.
C. There are more and more single mothers in America.
D. Americans are spending fewer years in their adult lives married.
A. decreased by more than 3 years.
B. increased by almost 2 years.
C. remained about the same.
D. decreased by less than 2 years.
A. rose between the 1960s and 1990s..
B. rose then fell between 1890 and 1962
C. reached a record high for women in the early 1960s.
D. fell continuously between 1947 and 1962.
A. youngest age for marrying
B. most common age for marrying
C. age by which half have married
D. half of the marriage age
A. 3.5 years
C. length of time
D. divorced people
B. single women
C. divorced women
D. unmarried couples
A. Americans are having fewer children than they did in the past
B. Divorced Americans are waiting longer to marry.
C. Americans are spending fewer years married than they did in the past.
D. Most Americans get married at least once.
A. the accommodation available
B. finding accommodation
C. getting advice on accommodation
D. the shortage of accommodation
A. They would have liked to be as independent as Jo was.
B. They had more self-confidence than Jo had.
C. They had made Jo feel that she ought to leave her home town.
D. They were not as happy as Jo was to move to a new town.
A.It was an uninteresting place in the middle of the countryside.
B. It was a place where people struggled to earn a living.
C. It was a place where the population had fallen greatly.
D. It was an unfriendly place, where young people were treated badly.
A. that she was likely to be able to afford it
B. that the advertisement for it was confusing
C. that it might not be as suitable for her as it first sounded in the advertisement
D. that it did not really have all the facilities mentioned in the advertisement
A. She was upset that she was not going to live in the flat.
B. She liked neither the flat nor the other girls living there.
C. She had not been seriously intending to live in the flat before seeing it.
D.She had not realised that other people were already living in the flat.