Directions: There are ten sentences. Each of the following sentences has four underlined parts marked A, B, C, and D. You are required to identify the one that is incorrect, and then mark the corresponding letter and write the right answer on the Answer Sheet.
91. They couldn’tA decide whetherB they should leaveC the theater or to stay thereD.
92. I can’t hardlyA believe it whenB I saw it withC my own eyesD .
93. Mr. Smith kept on studyingA Chinese and useB it untilC he had masteredD it.
94. Neither heA nor I areB willing to acceptC theseD unreasonable suggestions.
95. Great changes haveA taken placeB sinceC I had visitedD the city.
96. The more frequentA the child expresses his interestB in anC activity, the stronger itD will become.
97. You must follow the directions exactlyA, and if you become confusingB,you must take the timeC to go back again and read themD over.
98. He asked whatA had the weather beenB like during my holidays and I saidC that it had been awfulD.
99. Many people liveA in Tokyo think lifeB in a large city offersC special advantagesD.
100. Our history professor is suchA a knowledgeable person that it seemsB that there isn’t nothingC which he does notD know.
Part Ⅵ Writing (20×1 points)
Directions: For this part, you’re required to write a composition on the topic “Is Offering Seats Compulsory for Young Passengers?” You should write at least 120 words, and your composition should be based on the outline given in Chinese below and write your composition on the Answer Sheet.