“7 we must have these noisy trucks on the roads,”said Jean Lacey, a biology student, why don't they build a new road that goes round the town? Burlington isn't much more than a 8 village.Its streets were never 9 for heavy traffic.
Harry Fields also studying 10 said they wanted to make as much 11 possible to force the government officials to realize what everybody wasshavingsto 12 .“Most of them don't 13 here anyway,”he said,“they come in for meetings and that, and the Town Hall is soundproof, so they probably don't 14 .It's high time they realized the problem.”The fourth student, Liza Vernum, said she thought the public were 15 on their side, and even if they weren't they soon would be.
I asked if they were 16 that the police might come to 17 them.
“Not really,”she said,“actually we are 18 bellringers.I mean we are assistant bellringers for the church.There is no 19 against practising.”
I 20 the church with the sound of the bells ringing in my ears.
1.A.college B.village C.town D.church
2.A.change B.repair C.ring D.shake
3.A.now and then B.day and night
C.up and down D.over and over
5.A.doing B.raising C.putting D.producing
6.A.scene B.period C.interest D.sense
7.A.If B.Although C.When D.Unless
8.A.pretty B.quite C.large D.modern
9.A.tested B.meant C.kept D.used
10.A.well B.hard C.biology D.education
11.A.effort B.time C.trouble D.noise
12.A.stand B.accept C.know D.share
13.A.shop B.live C.come D.study
14.A.notice B.mention C.fear D.control
15.A.hardly B.unwillingly C.mostly D.usually
16.A.surprised B.afraid C.pleased D.determined
17.A.seize B.fight C.search D.stop
18.A.proper B.experienced C.hopeful D.serious
19.A.point B.cause C.need D.law
2o.A.left B.found C.reached D.pass