A.haven’t seen; leaves
B.haven’t seen; left
C.didn’t see; leaves
D.didn’t see; left
Last year, Jane Patterson left her permanent job with a newspaper and is how a self-employed journalist. Why did she do it？ "I had no control over my work," she says, "and that mattered more to me than earning lots of money. Actually, leaving my job wasn't as difficult as I'd expected, because I already had plenty of contacts in the publishing industry. Unlike my last job, though, I'm mostly in touch with the magazines and newspapers I write for by email, and as I don't work in an office, I may riot see anyone for days. But that's a welcome relief!" .
Isn't it hard being self-employed？ "The biggest danger when you become self-employed is saying 'yes' to everything," Jane says. "I make sure I turn work down if I haven't got the time for it. And that's a question off planning: I spend an hour -every week working out what I'm doing for the next few months.”
Mark the following statements True or False according to the information provided in the text.
1. Jane left her last job because she wanted to make decisions about her work herself.
2. She thinks leaving her job is more difficult than she thought.
3. Jane prefers working .in an- office with other people.
4. Jane believes it is dangerous to say yes to everything as a self-employed journalist. 5. Jane plans ahead on what she does every week.
I haven't seen him （） he left the small town.
A. During three weeks
B. since three weeks
C. three weeks ago
D. for three weeks
He took his brother's address, got into his car and started out. He drove for a long time, but he didn't find the house __22__ he stopped and asked somebody to help him.
"Go straight __23__ this road for two miles(英里)," the man said, "then turn left, and then take the second road on the right."
Mr. Parker went straight along the road and turned left after two miles, but then he got lost again. He drove for __24__ mile, and at last he saw a road on his right and stopped. A woman was coming __25__ him, so he said to her, "Excuse me, is this the second road on the right？"
A.I hate the weather her
B.My hair is getting a bit longer.
C.Yeah, thanks for comin
D.I am working part time in a bookshop, you know.