SOAL-SOAL TOEFL N KEY ANSWERS

1.  __________ was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for his work on the photoelectric effect.

That Einstein
It was Einstein
Einstein who
Einstein

2.  ________ of Willa Catha present an unadorned picture of life on the prairies of the Midwestern United States during the 19th century.

The stories who
That the novels
The novels which
The novels

3.  Unlike the climate of the other islands of Hawaii, ________ Kona contains 54 different temperate zones.

that of
this is
these are
those that

4.  With few exceptions, ________ are warm-blooded , have live births, and are suckled with milk from their mother’s body.

which mammals
mammals
mammals that
mammals , they

5.  Among all the scientists of the 1930s, ________ was so suited to carry out the Manhattan project as J. Robert Oppenheimer.

no scientists
not who was a scientist
none
a scientist never he

6.  By the time of the appearance of “Paulus “, __________ was widely recognized as the most famous living composer.

it was Felix Mendelssohn
Felix Mendelssohn who
Felix Mendelssohn
Felix Mendelssohn whom

7.  __________ is as widespread in the U. S. as the grey squirrel, an animal actually classified as a rodent .

No mammal
Not a mammal which
None mammal
Not a mammal that

8.  In the quiet of the woods, __________ sometimes hears the thrush breaking snail shells.

the one
one
ones
those ones

9.  __________ is a growing practice in cooperative farming associations to pool and sell the fruit as a common commodity under the brands of the association rather than to sell the fruit of each grower separately .

There
One
It, which
Why

10.  The __________ the forest reached their highest price in the 1980s .

products of
productions by
producers to
products with

11. __________ amazing curiosities of the northwestern topographical area of Chile.

They are few
Some
There are any
It is one of the

12. Made of white silk appliqued on maroon satin, __________, found in the smoking room of the colonial palace, form a festive backdrop.

figure
it is this figure
there is a figure
these figures

13. __________ wonders on the fair faces, delicate tissues, and individual forms of a large variety of plant species.

Environment work
There is environement work
Environment works
It is the environment that work

14. _________  were bound together by so many strong ties as those pioneer families pushing westward across the United States in the 1800s.

None was a family
There were no families
Not many families
None but the family

15. When properly designed, _________  a simple dignity because of its pure architectural contours.

marble mortuary stones reflect
the marble mortuary stone reflects
a marble mortuary stone that reflects
marble mortuary stones which reflect

Answers: D , D, A , B, C , C, A , B, A , A, D, D, C, C, B

 

 

SIMPLE SENTENCE: CONNECTOR

1.  Emma Thompson was nominated for an Academy Award as both a screenwriter __________ an actress in 1996.

also
or
in addition
and

2.  With neither a naturally aggressive disposition ________ particularly large size, the mimic octopus survives quite easily because of its natural adaptations.

and a
with its
nor a
or its

3.  Above-ground swimming pools have ________ the flexibility of being able to be moved from place to place but also the efficiency of using less water than standard in- ground pools.

that
all
in addition
not only

4.  Life in the Sahara has many negative features including aridity and high temperatures but many positive aspects ________.

in addition to
as well
coupled with
plus

5.  As a universal language, Esperanto has never really gained widespread acceptance ________ its lack of native speakers.

because
as a result
in order to
due to

6.  Readily soluble in sulfuric and nitric acid, mercury is __________ birth defects can easily result from its ingestion by pregnant women.

such poisonous that
so poisonous that
too poisonous that
very poisonous that

7.  Synthetic polymers may be __________ thermoplastic or thermosetting depending on the action of tolylene diisocyanate.

both
as well as
but also
either

8.  Road conditions in the United States suffered a severe setback __________ the Civil War.

as a result of
because
despite
in spite of the fact that

9. __________ other mollusks, the oyster reproduces by eggs.

Like
As to
Regarding
With

10. The introduction of the Japanese persimmon into the United States aroused widespread interest throughout the country __________ the precocity of the trees and the large size and great beauty of the fruit.

on account of
because
nevertheless
owing with

11. The white enamel surface is __________ to keep clean in the bathroom, or in any other room, as porcelain.

so easy
such that easy
as easy
too easy

12. Colima’s isolated, beautifully-shaped cone, is often hidden by masses of dense steam __________, colored red at night from the spewing lava.

also smoke
and smoke
beside smoke
its smoke

13. The true lilies developed their beauty __________ an evident need for greater insect pollination.

because
in answer to
so that
as with

14. When purchasing a Valentine’s Day gift, male customers, according to all surveys, tend to lean toward either a bouquet of red roses purchased online __________ found at a local supermarket.

and a box of chocolates
also a box of chocolates
a box of chocolates
or a box of chocolates

15. A retailer must be aware of not only the competition from local stores but also the vagaries of __________ and taste.

both fashion
some fashion
nor fashion
as well

Answers: D, C, D, B, D, B, D, A, A, A,C, B, B, D, A

SIMPLE SENTENCE: WORD ORDER

1.  Because of its warm tropical climate, Hawaii __________ subzero temperatures.

almost experiences never
experiences never almost
experiences almost never
almost never experiences

2.  In flush financial times, ________ on Wall Street may employ as many as 800 stock brokers and managers.

a brokerage typical stock
typically stock, a brokerage
a stock typical brokerage
a typical stock brokerage

3.  Even at the peak of its power, the circulating column of air at the core of a tornado ________ in excess of 250 miles per hour.

almost never reaches
reaches almost never
almost reaches never
reaches never almost

4.  Among the many unusual creatures of the high Nepalese forests _________ with genetic ties hearkening back to the time of mammoths.

a breed is of unusual elephants
is an unusual breed of elephants
an unusual breed is of elephants
elephants are an unusual breed

5.  Not only __________ a strong swimmer but also, as its name suggests, it can walk for miles with little rest.

the booby blue footed is
the blue footed booby is
is the blue footed booby
footed is the booby blue

6.  “Earth” is a __________ appearing in somewhat impure or diluted form.

naturally occurring metal oxide
occurred naturally oxide metal
oxide metal occurring naturally
metal occurring naturally oxide

7.  Wagner’s son, Siegfried, was __________ despite being devoid of originality and force.

a man young, talented extremely
a young man, extremely talented
a talented young man extremely
an extremely talented young man

8.  __________, Buffon, studied tree sloths intensively before dying in 1788.

The great French naturalist
The naturally great French
The French greatly natural
Naturally, the great French

9.  __________ the import trade appreciate the proportion of imported food and drug stuffs.

Few persons not associated with
Not few persons associated with
Associated with not a few persons
With not a few persons associated,

10.  Beaver dams vary in size from __________ to branchy shrubbed obstacles thwarting the flow of water.

log barriers large
large log barriers
barriers log large
log large barriers

11. Elephantine appetites make kindling of Botswana’s _________.

northern large riverine forests
riverine large forests riverine
large northern riverine forests
large riverine northern forests

12. Threatened with prison for debts ___________, Peale fled to Boston in 1765 on horseback.

of some three hundred dollars
some of the three hundred dollars
of three hundred dollars were some
of three hundred some dollars

13. The Previa’s __________ provides easy access to the vehicle’s optional DVD system.

contoured uniquely design interior
interior design contoured uniquely
uniquely contoured interior design
design contoured uniquely interior

14. Amoco, a once powerful oil company, specialized in ___________.

regional plants polystyrene recycling
regional polystyrene recycling plants
polystyrene plants regional recycling
plants recycling polystyrene regional

15. An __________Seretse Khama helped guide central Africa into its post-colonial period.

educated jazz Oxford buff
Oxford buff jazz educated
Oxford educated jazz buff
educated Oxford buff jazz

Answers: D , D, A , B, C , A, D , A, A , B, C, A, C, B, C

 

From the inception of his long and distinguished career, Frank Lloyd Wright was concerned with how __________ architecture with topography.

integrating
to integrate
did he integrate
integrated

2.  Legendary home of the Nabateans, Petra is known ________ housed more than 15 ,000 residents at one time.

to have
to be
is
which

3.  Unless an observer knows ________ an eclipse properly, severe retinal and cornea damage can result.

to observing
how observing
how to observe
to have observed

4.  Sibling confrontations containing the seeds of unrequited hostility can serve ________ familial difficulties lasting for years.

the creation of
to create
creating
that creates

5.  Judging from the blurry image of his right leg in many of his “seated ” photographs, Abraham Lincoln is thought ________ from Marfon’s Disease.

to suffer
to be suffering
to have suffered
to have been suffered

6.  The most important function of the Department of Agriculture is __________ for providing a sufficient and wholesome supply of food for the nation ‘s people .

when supplying the means
to supply the means
to have supplied the means
that to supply the means

7.  Knowing __________ the alarm for an impending earthquake is a crucial problem confronting seismologists.

when to sound
to have sounded
that to sound
to sound that

8.  The Asiatic wild ass, otherwise known as the “onager,” is famed for knowing __________ fast.

running
to run
how to run
how to have run

9.  Lafon’s reagent, a solution of ammonium or sodium selenite , finds use as a test __________ codeine.

detection
to detect
to have detected
to detectable

10.  Thomas Edison is generally considered _________ one of the most productive of all inventors.

to be
to have been
being
who was

TOEFL Answers: B , A, C , B, C , B, A , C, B , B.

 

 

SIMPLE SENTENCE: PARALLEL STRUCTURE

1.  Egyptian pyramids were regularly robbed despite their intricate passageways, byzantine mazes, and __________.

walls which were false
they had false walls
false walls
walls of falsity

2.  In the years following the American Revolution and prior to the establishment of a national government , Washington provided the fledgling country with keen economic insight, _________, and astute international judgment.

a recognition of stability that was domestic
to stabilize the domestic situation
which was domestically stable
a sense of domestic stability

3.  Despite the appearance of being merely pests, ants can serve a garden by eliminating other bothersome insects and ________.

they can aerate the soil
aerating the soil
to aerate the soil
that can aerate the soil

4.  From Wrangell Island to Anchorage, Alaskan glacial formations rival those ________ and ones located in northern Canada .

found in Antarctica
which are found in Antarctica
finding in Antarctica
they find in Antarctica

5.  The undergirding of cars is adversely affected ________ and excessive jostling .

in extremely salty
by extreme salinity
which is extremely salty
with salt that is extreme

6.  The red- headed clytus is a close relative of the banded ash borer and __________ considerable damage to the wood of dead and dying ash .

doing
to do
its
does

7.  The continued use of the soils of the Ozark region is no longer possible because of a number of factors, both natural and __________.

those of which are artificial
artificial
artificially
artificiality

8.  The common puffin is a member of the very well -defined family of auks , including _________, guillemonts, razorbills, and the extinct greak auk .

those little auks
the auks which are little
little auks
auks that are little

9.  Aluminum, __________, ductile metal, is the most abundant metal in the earth’s crust.

a silver
that is a silversmith
a silvery
that is silver

10.  Comparing __________ with a melody by Rossini or a scherzo by Beethoven, brings into focus the difference between schools of music

a Jensonian nocturne
a nocturne which belongs to Jensen
a nocturne whose Jensen
a nocturne by Jensen

Answers: C , D, B , A, B , D, B , C, C , D

SIMPLE SENTENCE: APPOSITIVE

1.  The Duncan sofa, __________ is highly valued in today ‘s antique furniture market.

a colonial masterpiece,
a colonial masterpiece which
it is a colonial masterpiece that
whose colonial masterpiece

2.  Ulysses S . Grant, ________, showed great magnanimity in receiving the surrender of his arch-rival,  Robert E . Lee at the end of the Civil War.

that was the supreme commander of Northern forces
who supremely commanding Northern forces
he was the supreme commander of Northern forces
the supreme commander of Northern forces

3.  Though renowned for his work with the deaf, Alexander Graham Bell is best remembered for his invention of the telephone, ________.

that it was an invention of ingenuity and impact
it was an invention of ingenuity and impact
an invention of ingenuity and impact
invention ingeniously and impaction

4.  Mars, __________, has been a source of human fascination for untold generations of sky gazers.

the fourth planet from the Sun
it is the fourth planet from the Sun
which the fourth planet from the Sun is it
is it the fourth planet from the Sun

5.  Of all the saturated vegetable oils, coconut oil, ________, has the greatest concentration of polysaturated oils.

that derived it from the meat of the coconut
it is derived from the meat of the coconut
derived from the meat of the coconut
is derived it from the meat of the coconut

6.  Recently, severe management problems have afflicted Coca-Cola, __________.

which is a large multinational corporation
a large multinational corporation
there is a large multinational corporation
a large multinational corporation is it

7.  Chopin, a famous Polish composer, died at Place Vendome, ___________.

a famous Paris square
it is a famous Paris square
a famous Paris square which
that is a famous Paris square

8.  Henry and June, __________ was bowdlerized at first publication .

what a novel of sexual exploration
it is a novel of sexual exploration
which it explored sexuality,
a novel of sexual exploration,

9.  Arachidic acid , __________ is used in organic synthesis, lubricating greases, waxes, and plastics.

a widely distributed but minor component of the fats of peanut oils and related plant species,

widely distributed, it is a minor component of the fats of peanut oils and related plant species

a minor component of the fats of peanut oils and related plant species that it is widely distributed

a minor component widely distributed of the fats of peanut oils and related plant species

10.  The common sand crab, __________, carries a small garden on top of its shell.

which it is Hyas araneus
is it Hyas araneus
there it is Hyas araneus
Hyas araneus

Answers: A , D, C , A, C , B, A , D, A , D

COMPLEX SENTENCE: ADJECTIVE CLAUSE

 

1. Dubbing is an audio process __________ one sound over another sound.

imprints
that imprints it
which imprints
that it imprints

 

2. Thomas Jefferson, _______ of fathering several children by one of his slaves, was supposedly committed to the principle of equal rights for all.

in that he was accused
that was accused
he was accused
who was accused

 

3. The cheetah is a member of the feline family _______ are being drastically reduced by in-breeding and lion predation.

whose numbers
those numbers
that its numbers
its numbers that

 

4. Wrap-around sound, a process patented by Dolby, is an audio device _______ the moviegoer in the center of the action.

puts
that puts them
that they put
that puts

 

5. Coca-Cola, begun in an Atlanta drugstore in 1888, remains a powerful beverage company _______ with numerous smaller food producers.

that has merged
that merged it
which merging
whose to merge

 

6. The next point __________ is at the sawmill.

at which it is important to put a check upon wood waste
by which that is important to put a check upon wood waste
that is important to put a check upon wood waste
important to put a check upon wood waste

 

7. Carl Maria von Weber was one of those peculiar types __________, round whom the darker shadows of the world may close for years almost unnoticed.

that always young in animal spirits
whom always young in spirits animal
who are always young in animal spirits
they are always young in animal spirits

 

8. Grieg went out into his own fertile by-way, leaving the broad valley for the narrower region __________.

to exploring for the first time
that explored for the first time
in it the first time of exploration
which he explored for the first time

 

9. When speaking of the social mammals, there are other conditions of life, however, __________ that the newly born young one should be put on the spot almost at once because the situation is full of danger.

in that it is necessary
in which it is necessary
if it is necessary
that they are necessary

 

10. In many ways, the most striking of the carniverous plants in the Venus Fly-trap, __________.

it grows in marshy places in Carolina
that growing in marshy places in Carolina
which it grows in marshy places in Carolina
which grows in marshy places in Carolina

Answers: C, D, A, D, A , A, C, D, B, D

 

 

 

 

COMPLEX SENTENCE: ADVERB CLAUSE.

 

1. __________ they are widely perceived as gentle creatures, hippopotamuses are responsible for more human deaths in Africa than any other animal.

Despite of
Even though
In spite of
Nonetheless

 

2. _______a cold front meets a warm front, an area of turbulent air is created often producing thunderstorms and tornadoes.

And
When
That
However

 

3. _______ he worked with the deaf for many years and patented many devices to help them, Alexander Graham Bell will forever be remembered for inventing the telephone.

Even though
In spite of
Despite
Nevertheless

 

4. Battles between ancient armies were usually fought _______ crucial trading rout, fertile agricultural fields, or important sources of water were found..

those
wherever
not only
what

 

5. The Indian variety of crocodile is the most widely researched crocodile in the world _______ anatomical structure is so unusual.

because its
because of its
it is because
is because

6. It is in many cases an advantage if an animal can remain perfectly still, and in a general way it may be said that an animal in danger in most likely to be detected __________.

movement
when it moves
then it moves
when does it move

7. A type of oil-base paint containing binders that form a film by oxidation or polymerization __________ is called an enamel.

because it exposes to air
in that its exposure to air
which they are exposed to air
when they are exposed to air

8. Under the government of William Penn, the roads of Pennsylvania were given over to the county courts, which appointed overseers, __________.

while the grand jury laid out the roads
unless the grand jury laid them out the roads
nevertheless, the grand jury laid out the roads
because of the grand jury laid out the roads

 

9. Lookout ridges are of little value __________ there is no way to get to it quickly because of a lack of trails, or no way to call for immediate help.

if after the fire is discovered
if the fire is discovered
after the fire is discovered
at which the fire is discovered

 

10. ___________ –it may in extreme cases occupy almost half the shell–the egg is known as “shrunken.”

After the air space inside an egg pronounces it
While the air space inside an egg is pronouncing it
When the air space inside an egg becomes pronounced
Unless the air space inside an egg pronounces it

Answers: B, B, A, B, A, B, D, A, A,

 

 

 

COMPLEX SENTENCE: MAIN VERB.

 

1. Economics __________ is known as an inexact science because it relies heavily on variables and subjective judgements.

is what
it
which
that it

 

2. Not all currencies that are brokered on the world’s major stock exchanges _______ enough to generate windfall profits for the everyday investor.

valued
to be valuable
of value
are valuable

 

3. Written mail, which is currently referred to as “snailmail” by frequent computer users, _______ by email and other electronic technologies.

is being slowly transformed
will have been slowly transformed
slowly transforms
was slowly transformed

 

4. Among American football aficionados, the tackling of the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage _______ known as a “sack.”

is what is
what is
has what
that is

 

5. Airport x-ray devices _______ designed more carefully in order to detect the more sophisticated forms of explosive materials that are now produced.

must have been
must
must be
must have been being

 

6. Emerging in the spring or summer as an elongate, brownish to black beetle, the grub with its velvety body __________ in length from 9 to 10 mm.

which has ranged
it will have ranged
ranges
range

 

7. In Europe, a definite system of locating the annual cuttings __________ in the management of communal and government forests because under this system the forests can be so organized that an approximately equal yield is secured each year.

is extensively used
extensively uses
has extensively used
will have extensively used

 

8. The total of livestock of all kinds which used the National Agricultural System in 1910 under pay permits __________ 2.75% in comparison with the previous year.

laid off
fired off
fell off
carried off

 

9. __________ in his grand operas, Rinsky-Korsakov six times dealt with fantastic and but twice with real or historical subjects.

Which of that will observe
It will be observed that
When will it be observed
Observing that when

 

10. To Darwin we __________ that has made the interrelations of organisms central in modern natural history.

have owed the change
owing the change
the change do owe
owe the change

 

Answers: A, D, A, A, C, C, A, C, B, D

 

 

COMPLEX SENTENCE: WORD ORDER

 

1. Capable of producing nothing more than __________, Barkley was forced to concede the point to Hume who went on to win the debate.

vacuous truly a point
truly a point vacuous
vacuous a truly point
a truly vacuous point

 

2. Out of the grave of the European Middle Ages _______ with its new ideas about the place of humanity in the cosmos.

coming the Renaissance
came the Renaissance
the Renaissance came
the Renaissance which came

 

3. An excellent cosmetologist in even the most unsophisticated hair salon can make a man seem to have more hair than _______.

has actually he
he actually has
it actually is
is it actually

4. Only after extreme territorial disputes usually involving females _______ to killing each other.

male chimpanzees resort
do male chimpanzees resort
male chimpanzees resorted
resorting are male chimpanzees

 

5. _______ constructed with concrete blocking experience the insect problems of termites and silverfish that wooden houses have.

Seldom houses
Houses seldom
Seldom do houses
Houses so seldom

 

6. __________ sort of winter means cold, stormy weather, a short daylight, and a scarcity of fruits, seeds, insects, and slugs that animals can consume.

Even an ordinary
Ordinary, an even
An ordinary, even
Ordinary even an

7. Besides the fact that it can walk, the crayfish has another __________, by swimming.

quite of means different locomotion
different means of quite locomotion
quite different means of locomotion
locomotion of means quite different

 

8. In the fiscal year 1910, the __________ was 16 cents per pound before it was distributed to retail outlets.

tea value of average import
import average value of tea
average import value of tea
average value of import tea

 

9. Chestnut bark disease may be controlled by a efficient pruning system, though this method is impractical with __________.

large trees, Japanese ornamental
Japanese large ornamental trees
ornamental Japanese large trees
large Japanese ornamental trees

 

10. __________ the larger markets, soil stability must be achieved through changing technologies.

In the Eastern states closely adjacent to
Closely in the Eastern states, adjacent to
Adjacent closely in the Eastern states,
Adjacent in the closely Eastern states,

Answers: D, B, B, B, C, A, C, C, D, A

 

COMPLEX SENTENCE: NOUN CLAUSE

 

1. Disturbances in seabed slope which have occurred over short periods of time have caused scientists to believe __________ more extensive than at first thought.

that tectonic drift is
which tectonic drift
tectonic drifts
tectonic drifting

 

2. _______ the manatee of south Florida is being pushed to the edge of extinction due to the invasion of its habitat by motorized boats has been shown by marine researchers.

In that
That
Although
Unless

 

3. Virtually all doctors agree ________ a second diagnosis in the event of a potentially major disease.

that patients should seek
patients should be sought
patients they seek
patients that should seek

 

4. _______ found in forests can possess deadly toxicity is an element of folk knowledge that has not been passed down to today’s general public.

Those certain mushrooms
That certain mushrooms
Despite it, certain are the mushrooms
Even though certain mushrooms

 

5. _______ continue to pollute the ocean with all forms of contamination from sewage to solid wastes such as plastic containers remains a mystery to environmentalists.

Although people
People that
Why people
Those people that

 

6. __________ and have low refractive indices, low dielectric constants, and low surface tensions has long been known by chemists.

Those fluorocarbons are more volatile and denser than corresponding hydrocarbons
That fluorocarbons are more volatile and denser than corresponding hydrocarbons
While fluorocarbons are more volatile and denser than corresponding hydrocarbons
When fluorocarbons are more volatile and denser than corresponding hydrocarbons

 

7. __________ advances and broadens our understanding of the complex problems of soil fertility.

Whatever adds to the biochemical knowledge of soils
When it adds that to the biochemical knowledge of soils
While it is added to the biochemical knowledge of soils
Whomever adds to the biochemical knowledge of soils

 

8. It is safe to say __________ does not exceed 25%.

because the average efficiency of the best steam engine
which the average efficiency of the best steam engine
that the average efficiency of the best steam engine
with the average efficiency of the best steam engine

 

9. There is no doubt _________ correspond to the gill clefts which are used in connection with the breathing in fishes.

because of the minute slits which are seen in embryonic reptile and birds
despite the fact that the minute slits which are seen in embryonic reptile and birds
if the minute slits which are seen in embryonic reptile and birds
that the minute slits which are seen in embryonic reptiles and birds

 

10. Blame for the invention of nuclear weapons must fall upon __________.

however conceived their invention in the first place
whenever conceived their invention in the first place
whatsoever conceived their invention in the first place
whoever conceived their invention in the first place

Answers: A, B, A, B, C, B, A, C, D, D

 

 

COMPLEX SENTENCE: MAIN SUBJECT

 

1. Gifted though he was by remarkable natural musical talent, _________ to have had little knack for the necessities of social life at court.

Mozart, who seemed
Mozart seemed
it was Mozart that seeming
Mozart, seeming

 

2. Long before dogs became domesticated in Western countries, ______ roamed the forests and grasslands of northern Europe and America.

they
which
however
and

 

3. Able to sing religious arias in Latin by the time she was four, ________ reported to have a repertory of some 10,000 songs.

that Margaret Church is
Margaret Church who
Margaret Church is
Margaret Church is who

 

4. Mentored as she was by Gertrude Stein, _______ an unusual style of narrative which imitated but did not rival that of her teacher.

was Alice B. Toklas developing
who Alice B. Toklas had developed
whom Alice B. Toklas, developer of
Alice B. Toklas developed

 

5. _______ currently working in the field of physics can adequately explain the intricacies of string theory to the extent that Stephen Hawking can.

Few scientists
Few are the scientists
The scientists are few
The few scientists

 

6. __________ generally conceded that the respiration calorimeter devised and perfected by Atwood and his associates adequately meets the requirements of the field.

There is
It is
There it is that
It is that

 

7. When the eggs from the country storekeeper of the farmer himself were received at the packing house, __________.

it was candled
it was they which were candled
they were candled
they were those which were candled

 

8. No matter what people may say, __________ as stupid is very wide of the mark.

to speak of the donkey
the donkey
the donkey that
it is the donkey that

 

9. Influenced by Ross, and worthy of being linked with him, __________, who proved in 1900 that the vehicle of the deadly yellow fever organism is the common house mosquito of tropical America.

who was Walter Reed
was Walter Reed
Walter Reed was
Walter Reed

 

10. __________ can be artificially connected with levers so that it draws a record of its movement on a graph.

A muscle that
Such a muscle that
It is a muscle which it
A muscle

Answers: B, A, C, D, A, B, C, A, B, D

Having weekly family talks can be an important means of exploring sensitive family issues, redefining sibling relationships, and to foster new familial bonds.

2. Three goals of the Sierra Club are to encourage environmental conservation, lobbying for environmental issues in Washington, D.C., and develop youth awareness of environmental concerns.

3. Acumen that was political, knowledge of Congress, and the Southern vote were qualities that Lyndon Johnson brought to the national ticket in 1960.

4. Because of their size, dachshunds are less expensive to feed, more easy to train, and more congenial than Great Danes.

5. Electronic bulletin boards are important in the process of reviewing product performance which evaluates how a product operates and recommend whether one should buy it.

6. Certain changes in the method of mailing packeted seeds including packaged, assembling, and mailing have obviated the necessity for rehandling by authorities.

7. There is no doubt that a herd of elephants show much more intelligence in their ordinary life than any of the other gregarious vegetable feeders, such as deer, for, though these follow a leader, post sentinels, and detected every unusual sign or sound, they never combine to attain some end as elephants do.

8. Production of chlorine without the attendant sodium hydroxide is attained by the electrolysis of fused chlorides such as lithium or magnesium and several different chemical processes such as the reaction of sodium chloride and nitric acid.

9. Chopin, in the “Ballade in A flat,” while not confining himself to a superficial imitation, contriving to suggest in each stanza the chimes of that which preceded, and sums up the whole in a tremendous peroration.

10. The decrease in game can be easily attributed to the recklessness of early colonists who could be found selecting haunches of venison and leaving the rest of the carcass to their dogs, giving wild geese to their dogs as well, and burning canebreaks thereby they destroyed the habitat of many game animals and birds.

Answers: D, B, A, C, D, C, D, C, B, D

 

 

WORD FORM

 

1. There has been an alarming increase in the incidental of babies born addicted to cocaine.

2. Lincoln’s ability to hold the Union together and waging war successfully amazes historians even today.

3. Evaluation potential Supreme Court justices is one of the most important prerogatives of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees.

4. Hartwell, Georgia is well-known for the manufacturer of trampolines and of other critical trampoline components.

5. Dependent on monetary aid from foreign countries often cripples the economies of developing countries.

6. Light electrical stimulate of certain lobes of the brain has been known to affect great mood swings in the behavior of the recipients.

7. Highly solute in alcohol, ether, and hydrocarbons, butyl acetate has a freezing point of -75 C. and a refractive index of 1.3951.

8. In rivers like the Colorado, with highly banks and a changeable water level, beavers make a tunnel well under water, and this leads to a large burrow in the bank.

9. The eradication of tuberculosis from animal herds in the U.S. was once thought completely, but now forms of the disease have been diagnosed in such animals as buffalo.

10. It is of general as well as scientific interest to ascertain to what extent mental activity compares with muscular activity with respect to the bodily transformational of matter and energy attendant upon it.

Answers: C, C, A, B, A, B, A, B, C, C

 

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

1. The dependence of killer whale offspring in their mothers can be seen by the fact that they remain together for life.

2. It is interesting that some the most intriguing languages in the world have originated in central Africa.

3. The martial art of aikido is based from the principle of using the force of the opponent to the practitioner’s advantage.

4. In the southwestern part of the United States, most of the water comes of the Colorado River and the manmade lakes created from it.

5. Temperatures along the Egyptian Sinai peninsula have been known to reach as high as 55 degrees Celsius inside the summer.

6. The virgin forests of Vietnam are home to some the most unusual animal species that can be found anywhere.

7. Young oak pruner larva, after hatching of the egg, first mine in the inner bark, then enter the wood and girdle the twig or branch by boring around it several times in the same place.

8. The water required to form soil fluid ranges with the texture of the solid body from 10% for sand in 40% for fine clay.

9. No class of imported products subject for inspection under the provisions of the food and drug act has shown more marked improvement than the crude drugs.

10. Bach’s compositions are the outgrowths of his purely ideal way looking at the world and of his deeply religious feelings.

Answers: B, B, B, C, D, C, A, D, B, B

 

 

 

ADJECTIVES

 

1. Computer email is replacing the postal service as the reliablest mode of document transfer.

2. The higher infant mortality rate in the world can be found in the nation of Burkina Faso.

3. In responding to telephone surveys with detailed answers, consumers are unawares that they may be placed on telephone and email marketing lists.

4. A colostomy bag, normally used in cases of colon failure, has also found utility for those suffer from extreme blockage of the urethra.

5. It can be easily understood that peace negotiations involving religious factors are more difficulter to resolve than those which are purely political.

6. Through intensive efforts to make its hiring policies more equitably, the Coca-Cola Company has set the standard for other beverage companies.

7. The land tortoise differs from the sea tortoise in having its tail rounded, not flattened, and in not having webbing toes.

8. To the grower and shipper, precooling fruit is important as a means of extending the marketed area of the product.

9. Progesterone, the femaled sex hormone, is secreted in the body by the corpus luteum, the adrenal cortex, or by the placenta during pregnancy.

10. Ideal purity of thought, simplicity of means, simplicity and wise orchestration, all contribute to the freshness and ingenuousness of Haydn’s cantatas.

Answers: C, A, C, C, C, C, D, D, A, B

 

VERB TENSE AND FORM

 

1. The canine collie family is often separate into several branches including border collies and Australian collies.

2. George Washington, the nation’s first President, caught a cold while riding, is bled profusely, and died shortly thereafter.

3. Producing two presidents, various cabinet heads, and numerous judges, the Adams family has been the preeminent political family of 19th century America.

4. Because genetic researchers already will find the blueprint of the human genome, many scientists believe that cures to most of the major diseases will soon be found.

5. Malaria, once thought to be completely eradicated, remained today a source of sickness through the developing world.

6. Amelia Earhart, famed for her ill-fated attempt to be the first woman to fly around the world, establishes many intercontinental flight records during her lifetime.

7. The opening of the seventeenth century saw a revolution in music such as has never since been paralleling.

8. Related to the manatee, the dugong eats seaweed, but its back teeth are few and soon fallen out.

9. The old system of paying road taxes in labor has proved inefficient and is been rapidly discarded for the better plan of requiring all road taxes to be paid in cash.

10. The first agricultural universities in the United States are established according to a special act of Congress passed on July 2, 1862.

Answers: B, C, D, B, C, D, D, D, C, A

 

 

ARTICLES

 

1. A newest computer programs contain graphics which once could only be imagined.

2. Reputed to be the loveliest woman of her time, Helen of Troy’s actual existence is the matter of historical dispute.

3. Most of the South’s victories occurred between years of 1860 and 1863, at the outset of the Civil War.

4. Mozart, whose life spanned less than half century, composed a copious amount of musical works ranging from simple sonatas to highly complex symphonies and operas.

5. Relatively little is known about his background and life of the famous Persian Emperor, Xerxes I.

6. Although the water is critical to the growth of plants, the amount of water actually delivered to root systems is almost as important.

7. The armature of ordinary tortoise, like the Greek tortoise, is intricately shaped and formed.

8. When the Portuguese landed on St. Helena in the beginning of a fifteenth century, they took with them many goats.

9. In 1834, Wagner secured the post of musical director at the Magdeburg Stadttheater, and at once embarked upon a composition of a second opera, ‘Das Liebesverbot.’

10. The sum of an atomic weights of the atoms in a molecule is called its molecular weight.

Answers: A, C, B, B, B, A, B, D, C, B

USAGE

 

1. Earlier or later, a less painful method for medicine delivery than the needle will be devised.

2. Bell’s palsy is a paralytic condition that usually occurs in one side of the face but not another.

3. Making homework assigned by a professor is one of the best ways that a student has of mastering material covered in class.

4. Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale redefined the nature of the relationship between President and Vice-President by having Mondale perform duties formally done by only the President.

5. Following the conquests of Marcus Aurelius and Augustus Caesar, Roman ideas about culture and law were spread throughout almost of the European and Mediterranean world.

6. Alike her father, Elizabeth I displayed an understanding of what the people wanted and how to give it to them.

7. From time to time, conditions disclosed by inspection or questions raised in the administration of law render it necessary to let special studies of certain classes of food or drugs.

8. Quail have been reduced most to the vanishing point in the Northern states ranging from New York to New Hampshire.

9. Silicone is the group name for semi-organic polymers made up of a skeleton structure of alternate silicon and oxygen atons with variety organic groups attached to the silicon.

10. Continental islands are done by the tops of submarine volcanoes, or by the peaks of a slowly rising mountain chain, or by coral growths on the shoulders of either of those.

Answers: A, D, A, D, D, A, D, B, C, A

 

NUMBER

 

1. The gravitational interplay in the atmosphere of Jupiter is intriguing because of the presence of so many moon.

2. Whether eating plant is morally unacceptable is an issue raised by only the most extreme of philosophers.

3. Unlike those who are lactose intolerant, others are able to subsist almost entirely on a diet that is based on milks.

4. Ecology, the branch of science that deals with the connection between living organism and their environment, has evolved into a required course at many universities.

5. The ability of economists to explain such simple phenomenon as fluctuations in the stock market remains questionable.

6. Displaying no aptitudes for language or mathematics at an early age, Einstein confounded academia by producing the General Theory of Relativity.

7. In year of severity such as 1992, the cost of fighting the tobacco flea beetle has ranged from twenty to thirty dollars per acre.

8. With its chisel edged front teeth the beaver cuts two parallel furrows across the grain of the wood, and then wrenches off the part between in a succession of chip.

9. Experiments clearly prove that nesting birds can find their way homes from a distance of 800 miles or more across seas or along coasts unknown to them.

10. A group of compound with the empirical formula of CnH2n+2, paraffins vary from colorless gases to water-white liquids.

Answers: D, A, D, B, B, B, A, D, C, A

 

  

CONNECTOR

 

1.Some native grasses of California are too drought resistant that they never need watering.

2.Thomas Jefferson was a magnificent writer as well a noted scholar in the area of languages.

3. By geological dating of rocks, scientists have determined that neither the Rocky Mountains stretching from Canada to Mexico or the Sierra Nevada Mountains of the Pacific Coast is the continent’s oldest mountain chain.

4. Some lizard societies of Sonoran Mexico are too matriarchal in nature that no males whatsoever reside in their communities.

5. Hiermonious Bosch produced some of the most creative paintings of the Renaissance as well some of the most unusual.

6. Movie critics agree that Ridley Scotts’ movies contain either an original vision of the future and a disquieting perspective about the past.

7. Continental islands are made by the tops of submarine volcanoes, or by the peaks of a slowly rising mountain chain, or by coral growths on the shoulders of both of these.

8. Female cockroaches are about three times more numerous as male cockroaches and have rudimentary wings.

9. Practically as same as those obtained from eating meat, fat and protein consumption statistics from eating cheese show that cheese is a viable substitute when eaten in moderation.

10. Such healthy is oat bran that nutitionists recommend one serving a day is sufficient to lower cholesterol.

Answers: B, B, C, B, C, B, D, B, A, A

 

 

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT

 

1. Colonial woman, espcially those in the northern colonies, were expected to fill a wide array of responsibilities.

2. Few beetles are as specialized as elephant dung beetles which feed exclusively on fecal matter it obtains from elephants.

3. The difference in Asian and European retailing methods have led to economic seminars which help importers and exporters to understand how to deliver their goods.

4. The Masters Golf Tournament, one of four tournaments which make up golf’s Grand Slam, are held each spring in Augusta, Georgia.

5. That there exist much oil under the ocean off the Pacific coast of California has been known by petroleum companies for over half a century.

6. The Tri-Nations Cup, which brings together the finest rugby teams from southern Pacific nations, have traditionally been won by the famous All-Blacks Team from New Zealand.

7. The results that have been secured with broom corn stalks indicate that this material are suitable for immediate use in paper making, both on the basis of quality of fiber produced and on yield of fiber secured.

8. The soundness in general of the bluebirds’ instincts are vindicated by the fact that various natural catastrophes do not permanently diminish the bird population.

9. For many years, large importations of grafted persimmon trees from Japan was made by commercial nurseries.

10. Who, since Mozart and Beethoven, have created piano concertos in which the solo instrument and the orchestra are in just relationship?

Answers: A, D, B, C, A, C, C, B, D, B

 

 

PRONOUNS

 

1. Bill Clinton, that won the 1992 presidential election, was formerly governor of the state of Arkansas.

2. James Buchanan, who was elected President in 1856, did little to calm the war fever that swept the country during its term of office.

3. The technique of DNA fingerprinting is becoming more well known to those detectives who specialty is homicide.

4. Casablanca is essentially a cinematic story about an expatriot American whom decides that he is living in neither the time nor the place for moral ambiguity.

5. From a psychological perspective, those people who expect that the worse will happen to him are seldom disappointed.

6. Making tunnels as they go through any woody product including trees, paper, and furniture, the termite eats voraciously.

7. They have been noted by many travelers to India that when figs ripen in the groves around temples, monkeys come forth in troops to feast upon them.

8. The hen has kept pace with her breed and environment and invariably gives the owner more than they receive.

9. The American Revolution established the independence of the colonies in whose the fire of freedom had burned brightly for their citizens.

10. Yolo County, located in the central valley of California, has as it’s capital, Woodland, a city of 75,000 inhabitants.

Answers: A, D, D, B, D, B, A, D, B, C

 

 

REPEATED SUBJECT

 

1. Berbers of the western Sahara they are distinguishable by their unique language and customs.

2. CNN, based in the southern state of Georgia, it was the first all-news television network to begin international broadcasting.

3. Improved alfalfas are mostly needed in the colder states, where great hardiness is essential, and in the eastern states, where strains they will produce seed under humid conditions are desired.

4. The Bureau of Biological Survey, a little known and completely misunderstood arm of the Department of Agriculture, it has continued its investigations of the economic relations of wild birds and mammals with special effort to render its work of practical importance to the stock grower.

Answers: B, B, C, C

 

 

 

WORD ORDER

 

1. Patients suffering from Alzheimers disease often do not know who are they.

2. When Lance Armstrong won his second Tour de France bicycling victory, he brought his young son with him to the podium to receive the trophy championship.

Answers: D, B

 

 

 

 

GERUND/INFINITIVE

 

1. A pocket calculator is useful for to compute difficult mathematical functions in algebra, trigonometry, geometry, and calculus.

Answer: B

 

 

ADVERB

 

1. Translators at the United Nations are usual hired if they can translate a speaker’s words accurately and quickly.

Answer: A

Having weekly family talks can be an important means of exploring sensitive family issues, redefining sibling relationships, and to foster new familial bonds.

2. Three goals of the Sierra Club are to encourage environmental conservation, lobbying for environmental issues in Washington, D.C., and develop youth awareness of environmental concerns.

3. Acumen that was political, knowledge of Congress, and the Southern vote were qualities that Lyndon Johnson brought to the national ticket in 1960.

4. Because of their size, dachshunds are less expensive to feed, more easy to train, and more congenial than Great Danes.

5. Electronic bulletin boards are important in the process of reviewing product performance which evaluates how a product operates and recommend whether one should buy it.

6. Certain changes in the method of mailing packeted seeds including packaged, assembling, and mailing have obviated the necessity for rehandling by authorities.

7. There is no doubt that a herd of elephants show much more intelligence in their ordinary life than any of the other gregarious vegetable feeders, such as deer, for, though these follow a leader, post sentinels, and detected every unusual sign or sound, they never combine to attain some end as elephants do.

8. Production of chlorine without the attendant sodium hydroxide is attained by the electrolysis of fused chlorides such as lithium or magnesium and several different chemical processes such as the reaction of sodium chloride and nitric acid.

9. Chopin, in the “Ballade in A flat,” while not confining himself to a superficial imitation, contriving to suggest in each stanza the chimes of that which preceded, and sums up the whole in a tremendous peroration.

10. The decrease in game can be easily attributed to the recklessness of early colonists who could be found selecting haunches of venison and leaving the rest of the carcass to their dogs, giving wild geese to their dogs as well, and burning canebreaks thereby they destroyed the habitat of many game animals and birds.

Answers: D, B, A, C, D, C, D, C, B, D

 

 

WORD FORM

 

1. There has been an alarming increase in the incidental of babies born addicted to cocaine.

2. Lincoln’s ability to hold the Union together and waging war successfully amazes historians even today.

3. Evaluation potential Supreme Court justices is one of the most important prerogatives of the House and Senate Judiciary Committees.

4. Hartwell, Georgia is well-known for the manufacturer of trampolines and of other critical trampoline components.

5. Dependent on monetary aid from foreign countries often cripples the economies of developing countries.

6. Light electrical stimulate of certain lobes of the brain has been known to affect great mood swings in the behavior of the recipients.

7. Highly solute in alcohol, ether, and hydrocarbons, butyl acetate has a freezing point of -75 C. and a refractive index of 1.3951.

8. In rivers like the Colorado, with highly banks and a changeable water level, beavers make a tunnel well under water, and this leads to a large burrow in the bank.

9. The eradication of tuberculosis from animal herds in the U.S. was once thought completely, but now forms of the disease have been diagnosed in such animals as buffalo.

10. It is of general as well as scientific interest to ascertain to what extent mental activity compares with muscular activity with respect to the bodily transformational of matter and energy attendant upon it.

Answers: C, C, A, B, A, B, A, B, C, C

 

PREPOSITIONS

 

1. The dependence of killer whale offspring in their mothers can be seen by the fact that they remain together for life.

2. It is interesting that some the most intriguing languages in the world have originated in central Africa.

3. The martial art of aikido is based from the principle of using the force of the opponent to the practitioner’s advantage.

4. In the southwestern part of the United States, most of the water comes of the Colorado River and the manmade lakes created from it.

5. Temperatures along the Egyptian Sinai peninsula have been known to reach as high as 55 degrees Celsius inside the summer.

6. The virgin forests of Vietnam are home to some the most unusual animal species that can be found anywhere.

7. Young oak pruner larva, after hatching of the egg, first mine in the inner bark, then enter the wood and girdle the twig or branch by boring around it several times in the same place.

8. The water required to form soil fluid ranges with the texture of the solid body from 10% for sand in 40% for fine clay.

9. No class of imported products subject for inspection under the provisions of the food and drug act has shown more marked improvement than the crude drugs.

10. Bach’s compositions are the outgrowths of his purely ideal way looking at the world and of his deeply religious feelings.

Answers: B, B, B, C, D, C, A, D, B, B

 

 

 

ADJECTIVES

 

1. Computer email is replacing the postal service as the reliablest mode of document transfer.

2. The higher infant mortality rate in the world can be found in the nation of Burkina Faso.

3. In responding to telephone surveys with detailed answers, consumers are unawares that they may be placed on telephone and email marketing lists.

4. A colostomy bag, normally used in cases of colon failure, has also found utility for those suffer from extreme blockage of the urethra.

5. It can be easily understood that peace negotiations involving religious factors are more difficulter to resolve than those which are purely political.

6. Through intensive efforts to make its hiring policies more equitably, the Coca-Cola Company has set the standard for other beverage companies.

7. The land tortoise differs from the sea tortoise in having its tail rounded, not flattened, and in not having webbing toes.

8. To the grower and shipper, precooling fruit is important as a means of extending the marketed area of the product.

9. Progesterone, the femaled sex hormone, is secreted in the body by the corpus luteum, the adrenal cortex, or by the placenta during pregnancy.

10. Ideal purity of thought, simplicity of means, simplicity and wise orchestration, all contribute to the freshness and ingenuousness of Haydn’s cantatas.

Answers: C, A, C, C, C, C, D, D, A, B

 

VERB TENSE AND FORM

 

1. The canine collie family is often separate into several branches including border collies and Australian collies.

2. George Washington, the nation’s first President, caught a cold while riding, is bled profusely, and died shortly thereafter.

3. Producing two presidents, various cabinet heads, and numerous judges, the Adams family has been the preeminent political family of 19th century America.

4. Because genetic researchers already will find the blueprint of the human genome, many scientists believe that cures to most of the major diseases will soon be found.

5. Malaria, once thought to be completely eradicated, remained today a source of sickness through the developing world.

6. Amelia Earhart, famed for her ill-fated attempt to be the first woman to fly around the world, establishes many intercontinental flight records during her lifetime.

7. The opening of the seventeenth century saw a revolution in music such as has never since been paralleling.

8. Related to the manatee, the dugong eats seaweed, but its back teeth are few and soon fallen out.

9. The old system of paying road taxes in labor has proved inefficient and is been rapidly discarded for the better plan of requiring all road taxes to be paid in cash.

10. The first agricultural universities in the United States are established according to a special act of Congress passed on July 2, 1862.

Answers: B, C, D, B, C, D, D, D, C, A

 

ARTICLES

 

1. A newest computer programs contain graphics which once could only be imagined.

2. Reputed to be the loveliest woman of her time, Helen of Troy’s actual existence is the matter of historical dispute.

3. Most of the South’s victories occurred between years of 1860 and 1863, at the outset of the Civil War.

4. Mozart, whose life spanned less than half century, composed a copious amount of musical works ranging from simple sonatas to highly complex symphonies and operas.

5. Relatively little is known about his background and life of the famous Persian Emperor, Xerxes I.

6. Although the water is critical to the growth of plants, the amount of water actually delivered to root systems is almost as important.

7. The armature of ordinary tortoise, like the Greek tortoise, is intricately shaped and formed.

8. When the Portuguese landed on St. Helena in the beginning of a fifteenth century, they took with them many goats.

9. In 1834, Wagner secured the post of musical director at the Magdeburg Stadttheater, and at once embarked upon a composition of a second opera, ‘Das Liebesverbot.’

10. The sum of an atomic weights of the atoms in a molecule is called its molecular weight.

Answers: A, C, B, B, B, A, B, D, C, B

USAGE

 

1. Earlier or later, a less painful method for medicine delivery than the needle will be devised.

2. Bell’s palsy is a paralytic condition that usually occurs in one side of the face but not another.

3. Making homework assigned by a professor is one of the best ways that a student has of mastering material covered in class.

4. Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale redefined the nature of the relationship between President and Vice-President by having Mondale perform duties formally done by only the President.

5. Following the conquests of Marcus Aurelius and Augustus Caesar, Roman ideas about culture and law were spread throughout almost of the European and Mediterranean world.

6. Alike her father, Elizabeth I displayed an understanding of what the people wanted and how to give it to them.

7. From time to time, conditions disclosed by inspection or questions raised in the administration of law render it necessary to let special studies of certain classes of food or drugs.

8. Quail have been reduced most to the vanishing point in the Northern states ranging from New York to New Hampshire.

9. Silicone is the group name for semi-organic polymers made up of a skeleton structure of alternate silicon and oxygen atons with variety organic groups attached to the silicon.

10. Continental islands are done by the tops of submarine volcanoes, or by the peaks of a slowly rising mountain chain, or by coral growths on the shoulders of either of those.

Answers: A, D, A, D, D, A, D, B, C, A

 

NUMBER

 

1. The gravitational interplay in the atmosphere of Jupiter is intriguing because of the presence of so many moon.

2. Whether eating plant is morally unacceptable is an issue raised by only the most extreme of philosophers.

3. Unlike those who are lactose intolerant, others are able to subsist almost entirely on a diet that is based on milks.

4. Ecology, the branch of science that deals with the connection between living organism and their environment, has evolved into a required course at many universities.

5. The ability of economists to explain such simple phenomenon as fluctuations in the stock market remains questionable.

6. Displaying no aptitudes for language or mathematics at an early age, Einstein confounded academia by producing the General Theory of Relativity.

7. In year of severity such as 1992, the cost of fighting the tobacco flea beetle has ranged from twenty to thirty dollars per acre.

8. With its chisel edged front teeth the beaver cuts two parallel furrows across the grain of the wood, and then wrenches off the part between in a succession of chip.

9. Experiments clearly prove that nesting birds can find their way homes from a distance of 800 miles or more across seas or along coasts unknown to them.

10. A group of compound with the empirical formula of CnH2n+2, paraffins vary from colorless gases to water-white liquids.

Answers: D, A, D, B, B, B, A, D, C, A

 

  

CONNECTOR

 

1.Some native grasses of California are too drought resistant that they never need watering.

2.Thomas Jefferson was a magnificent writer as well a noted scholar in the area of languages.

3. By geological dating of rocks, scientists have determined that neither the Rocky Mountains stretching from Canada to Mexico or the Sierra Nevada Mountains of the Pacific Coast is the continent’s oldest mountain chain.

4. Some lizard societies of Sonoran Mexico are too matriarchal in nature that no males whatsoever reside in their communities.

5. Hiermonious Bosch produced some of the most creative paintings of the Renaissance as well some of the most unusual.

6. Movie critics agree that Ridley Scotts’ movies contain either an original vision of the future and a disquieting perspective about the past.

7. Continental islands are made by the tops of submarine volcanoes, or by the peaks of a slowly rising mountain chain, or by coral growths on the shoulders of both of these.

8. Female cockroaches are about three times more numerous as male cockroaches and have rudimentary wings.

9. Practically as same as those obtained from eating meat, fat and protein consumption statistics from eating cheese show that cheese is a viable substitute when eaten in moderation.

10. Such healthy is oat bran that nutitionists recommend one serving a day is sufficient to lower cholesterol.

Answers: B, B, C, B, C, B, D, B, A, A

 

 

SUBJECT-VERB AGREEMENT

 

1. Colonial woman, espcially those in the northern colonies, were expected to fill a wide array of responsibilities.

2. Few beetles are as specialized as elephant dung beetles which feed exclusively on fecal matter it obtains from elephants.

3. The difference in Asian and European retailing methods have led to economic seminars which help importers and exporters to understand how to deliver their goods.

4. The Masters Golf Tournament, one of four tournaments which make up golf’s Grand Slam, are held each spring in Augusta, Georgia.

5. That there exist much oil under the ocean off the Pacific coast of California has been known by petroleum companies for over half a century.

6. The Tri-Nations Cup, which brings together the finest rugby teams from southern Pacific nations, have traditionally been won by the famous All-Blacks Team from New Zealand.

7. The results that have been secured with broom corn stalks indicate that this material are suitable for immediate use in paper making, both on the basis of quality of fiber produced and on yield of fiber secured.

8. The soundness in general of the bluebirds’ instincts are vindicated by the fact that various natural catastrophes do not permanently diminish the bird population.

9. For many years, large importations of grafted persimmon trees from Japan was made by commercial nurseries.

10. Who, since Mozart and Beethoven, have created piano concertos in which the solo instrument and the orchestra are in just relationship?

Answers: A, D, B, C, A, C, C, B, D, B

 

 

PRONOUNS

 

1. Bill Clinton, that won the 1992 presidential election, was formerly governor of the state of Arkansas.

2. James Buchanan, who was elected President in 1856, did little to calm the war fever that swept the country during its term of office.

3. The technique of DNA fingerprinting is becoming more well known to those detectives who specialty is homicide.

4. Casablanca is essentially a cinematic story about an expatriot American whom decides that he is living in neither the time nor the place for moral ambiguity.

5. From a psychological perspective, those people who expect that the worse will happen to him are seldom disappointed.

6. Making tunnels as they go through any woody product including trees, paper, and furniture, the termite eats voraciously.

7. They have been noted by many travelers to India that when figs ripen in the groves around temples, monkeys come forth in troops to feast upon them.

8. The hen has kept pace with her breed and environment and invariably gives the owner more than they receive.

9. The American Revolution established the independence of the colonies in whose the fire of freedom had burned brightly for their citizens.

10. Yolo County, located in the central valley of California, has as it’s capital, Woodland, a city of 75,000 inhabitants.

Answers: A, D, D, B, D, B, A, D, B, C

 

 

REPEATED SUBJECT

 

1. Berbers of the western Sahara they are distinguishable by their unique language and customs.

2. CNN, based in the southern state of Georgia, it was the first all-news television network to begin international broadcasting.

3. Improved alfalfas are mostly needed in the colder states, where great hardiness is essential, and in the eastern states, where strains they will produce seed under humid conditions are desired.

4. The Bureau of Biological Survey, a little known and completely misunderstood arm of the Department of Agriculture, it has continued its investigations of the economic relations of wild birds and mammals with special effort to render its work of practical importance to the stock grower.

Answers: B, B, C, C

 

 

 

WORD ORDER

 

1. Patients suffering from Alzheimers disease often do not know who are they.

2. When Lance Armstrong won his second Tour de France bicycling victory, he brought his young son with him to the podium to receive the trophy championship.

Answers: D, B

 

 

 

GERUND/INFINITIVE

 

1. A pocket calculator is useful for to compute difficult mathematical functions in algebra, trigonometry, geometry, and calculus.

Answer: B

 

 

ADVERB

 

1. Translators at the United Nations are usual hired if they can translate a speaker’s words accurately and quickly.

Answer: A

 

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