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1.Why not go ________ Underground?
2.But the subway station is far ________.
3.So by the 1600’s Shakespeare was able to make use ________ a wider vocabulary than ever before.
4.In 1620 some British settlers moved ______ America.
5.English now is also spoken ________ a foreign or second language ________ South Asia.
6.It was based more ________ German than the English we speak ________ present.
7.So why has English changed ________ time?
8.Actually all languages change and develop when cultures meet and communicate ________ each other.
1.Native English speakers can understand each other even if they don’t speak the same kind of English.
Mr. Smith likes to help us ____________________________________________.
2.Why do you think people all over the world want to learn English?
______________________________ get such a book?
3.Today more people speak English as their first，second or a foreign language than ever before .
You will soon speak English ________________________________________.
4.At first the English spoken in England between about AD 450 and 1150 was very different from the English spoken today.
The trees ______________________________ have been moved off the road.
1.Do you know that ______ more than one kind of English?
A.there are B.there is C.are there D.is there
2.Later in the next century，people from England made voyages ________ other parts of the world.
A.conquering B.conquered C.to conquer D.conquer
3.I’d like to ______ to your apartment.
A.come up B.come about C.come out D.come across
4.In some important way they are very different from one ______.
A.other B.another C.others D.each other
5.At that time two big changes in English spelling happened.The ______ gave a separate identity to American English spelling.
A.later B.late C.lately D.latter
6.Today the number of people ______English in China ______ increasing rapidly.
C.learned;is D.to learn;are
7.Later in the 18th century some British people ________ to Australia too.
A.have taken B.are taken
C.were taken D.were being taken
8.English is also spoken in Singapore and Malaysia and countries in Africa ______ South Africa.
A.such as B.that is C.namely D.for example
9.______ the 16th century，about five to seven million people spoke English.
A.At the end of B.In the end of
C.By the end of D.To the end of
10.English became less like German because those ________ruled England spoke first Danish and later French.
A.who B./ C.which D.whom