TEST 1

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INGLES Quiz on TEST 1, created by Marcia Criollo on 08/03/2016.

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Question 1

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116. PAST SIMPLE / PRESENT PERFECT. (Use the letters a, b, or c) I ____________ (teach) my students about the USA yesterday.
Answer
  • 1 a. taughted
  • 2 b. taught
  • 3 c. have taught

Question 2

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17. SCRAMBLE WORDS. CHOOSE: a, b or c with - vegetables – some – it – comes
Answer
  • 2 b. With some vegetables it comes
  • 1 a. It comes with some vegetables
  • 3 c. Some vegetables with it comes

Question 3

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201. Choose the food that matches the description. It is sweet.
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  • 1 cake
  • 3 meat
  • 2 egg

Question 4

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206. Choose a word to complete the sentence. Katie is a______________ . She can´t stop eating it.
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  • 1 a. dessert lover
  • 3 c. in love
  • 2 b. Chocolate addict

Question 5

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223. Choose the correct description to find the meaning of CLOWN.
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  • 1 a. Usually doesn’t talk a lot
  • 3 c. Brother or sister
  • 2 b. Enjoys making people laugh

Question 6

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234. Match the phrase to complete the sentence correctly. A sexist person thinks that ________________
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  • 1 a. Not showing a lot of your body.
  • 3 c. A difficult choice.
  • 2 b. Men and women are not equal

Question 7

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24. COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE WITH THE CORRECT CATEGORY FOOD Shrimp, clams, fish, and crabs are …………………………
Answer
  • 1 a. Seafood
  • 3 c. meat
  • 2 b. Vegetables

Question 8

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280. Read the article and choose whether this sentence is true or false. Tics can be started by an emotional sensation. What is Tic? A tic is a repeated, impulsive action, reflexive in nature, which the actor feels powerless to control or avoid. Only when the individual performs the tic, is tension and anxiety released within the individual with a tic disorder. Tics can be triggered by an emotional state or sensation, or can happen for no obvious reason. General types of tics include verbal tics, facial tics, and other muscular tics. Physical and psychological therapy and medication can cause tics to go away, often permanently. Muscular tics look something like twitches or quick grimaces, and often affect the eyes and hands. Muscular tics can affect multiple muscles at once. Some forms of stuttering are caused by muscular tics in the throat, tongue, or vocal cords when speaking or preparing to speak.
Answer
  • 1 a. True
  • 2 b. False

Question 9

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376. Circle the correct answer. I don’t like the ceviche. I think it is………..
Answer
  • 3 c. frightened
  • 1 a. disgusting
  • 2 b. fascinated

Question 10

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3. READ AND COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE. CHOOSE: a, b or c This .......soup is really delicious
Answer
  • 1 a. Juice
  • 2 b. potato
  • 3 c. ice cream

Question 11

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401. Write the antonym of each adjective below. Choose the correct negative prefix. HONEST
Answer
  • 1 a. un
  • 3 c. in
  • 2 b. dis

Question 12

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402. Write the antonym of each adjective below. Choose the correct negative prefix. EXCUSABLE
Answer
  • 2 b. un
  • 1 a. im
  • 3 c. in

Question 13

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403. Write the antonym of each adjective below. Choose the correct negative prefix. ACCEPTABLE
Answer
  • 1 a. in
  • 3 c. im
  • 2 b. un

Question 14

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404. Write the antonym of each adjective below. Choose the correct negative prefix. PROPER
Answer
  • 1 a. in
  • 3 c. un
  • 2 b. im

Question 15

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405. Write the antonym of each adjective below. Choose the correct negative prefix. RATIONAL
Answer
  • 1 a. ir
  • 3 c. in
  • 2 b. un

Question 16

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406. Write the antonym of each adjective below. Choose the correct negative prefix. POLITE
Answer
  • 1 a. im
  • 3 c. dis
  • 2 b. in

Question 17

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407. Choose the correct option to complete the sentence "Mike ------------------------- at a hospital. He doesn't get paid for his work; he does it because community service is important to him.""
Answer
  • 2 b. Volunteers
  • 3 c. Donating your organs
  • 1 a. Cleans up litter

Question 18

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408. Choose the correct option to complete the sentence. "Have you ever considered ------------------------------ so that you could save the lives of others after you die?"
Answer
  • 2 b. Volunteers
  • 3 c. Donating your organs
  • 1 a. Cleans up litter

Question 19

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409. Choose the correct option to complete the sentence. "It's important not to leave any trash behind and to------------------------------ left lying around."
Answer
  • 2 b. Volunteers
  • 1 a. Clean up litter
  • 3 c. Donating your organs

Question 20

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410. Choose the correct option to complete the sentence. " --------------------------------- by planting trees or flowers where there are none."
Answer
  • 3 c. Donate your organs
  • 4 d. Beautify tour town
  • 1 a. Cleans up litter
  • 2 b. Volunteers

Question 21

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411. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use a possessive with a gerund. My roommate plays loud music while I'm sleeping. It really ticks me off.
Answer
  • 1 a. My roommate`s playing loud music while I am sleeping really kicks me off
  • 3 c. My roommates` playing loud music while I am sleeping really kicks me off
  • 2 b. My roommate is playing loud music while I am sleeping really kicks me off

Question 22

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412. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use a possessive with a gerund. Mary talks on her cell phone while she's driving. It really gets on my nerves.
Answer
  • 1 a. Mary` talking on her cell phone while she`s driving. It really gets on my nerves
  • 3 c. Mary`s talking on her cell phone while she`s driving really gets on my nerves
  • 2 b. Mary is talking on her cell phone while she`s driving really gets on my nerves

Question 23

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413. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use a possessive with a gerund. He tells everyone what to do all the time. It really bugs me.
Answer
  • 1 a. His telling everyone what to do all the time really bugs me
  • 2 b. He is telling everyone what to do all the time. It really bugs me
  • 3 c. He telling everyone what to do all the time really bugs me

Question 24

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414. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use a possessive with a gerund. Jacob moved out of the city. He says that it is the best thing he has ever done for him
Answer
  • 1 a. Jacob saying that his moving out of the city is the best thing he has ever done for himself.
  • 3 c. Jacob`s moving out of the city says that it is the best thing he has ever done for himself.
  • 2 b. Jacob says that his moving out of the city is the best thing he has ever done for himself.

Question 25

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415. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use a possessive with a gerund. Maria smokes. Her boyfriend is getting worried about it.
Answer
  • 1 a. Maria`s boyfriend is getting worried about her smoking
  • 3 c. Maria boyfriend is getting worried about her smoking
  • 2 b. Maria`s boyfriend is getting worried about her smoke

Question 26

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416. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use a possessive with a gerund. They argue. I think it's getting worse and worse.
Answer
  • 1 a. I think their argue is getting worse and worse
  • 3 c. I think their arguing is getting worse and worse
  • 2 b. They`re arguing I think is getting worse and worse

Question 27

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417. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use the words in parentheses. Driving in the city is not convenient. Driving in the city is not enjoyable. (neither ... nor)
Answer
  • 1 a. Driving in the city is neither convenient nor enjoyable
  • 3 c. Driving in the city is neither convenient not enjoyable
  • 2 b. Driving in the city is not convenient nor enjoyable

Question 28

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418. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use the words in parentheses. By volunteering your time. You can help your community by donating your money. (either… or)
Answer
  • 1 a. You can help your community either by volunteer your time or by donate money
  • 3 c. You can help your community either or volunteering your time or donating your money
  • 2 b. You can help your community either by volunteering your time or by donating your money

Question 29

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419. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use the words in parentheses. Smoke-filled rooms are unpleasant. Smoke-filled rooms are unhealthy. (not only ... but also)
Answer
  • 1 a. Smoke-filled rooms are not only unpleasant but also unhealthy
  • 3 c. Smoke-filled rooms are not unpleasant but also unhealthy
  • 2 b. Smoke-filled rooms are not also unpleasant but only unhealthy

Question 30

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420. Choose the answer that correctly completes each sentence. "It's not hard to be __________; you just have to spend a little less and save a little more."
Answer
  • 2 b. thrifty
  • 3 c. spendthrift
  • 1 a. stingy

Question 31

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421. Choose the answer that correctly completes each sentence. "Whenever Jeremiah goes into a record store, he comes out with four or five CDs for himself. He's __________ ."""
Answer
  • 1 a. a real tightwad
  • 3 c. really generous
  • 2 b. a real spendthrift

Question 32

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422. Choose the answer that correctly completes each sentence. "My uncle is so __________ he won't even buy ice cream for his own children."
Answer
  • 1 a. Generous
  • 2 b. frugal
  • 3 c. stingy

Question 33

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423. Choose the answer that correctly completes each sentence. "Jeanne always shares whatever she has with everyone. She's the most __________ person I know."" "
Answer
  • 1 a. frugal
  • 3 c. generous
  • 2 b. stingy

Question 34

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424. Choose the answer that correctly completes each sentence. "They are all saying I'm a __________ just because I said that I would rather walk than pay for parking."
Answer
  • 1 a. tightwad
  • 2 b. big spender
  • 3 c. spendthrift

Question 35

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425. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. "Some people give 10 percent of their money to a favorite --------------- or not-for-profit organization."
Answer
  • 1 a. donations
  • 2 b. charity
  • 4 d. profit
  • 3 c. contribution

Question 36

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426. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. "Would you like to make a ------------------------ to help fight childhood diseases?"
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  • 1 a. donations
  • 3 c. contribution
  • 2 b. charity

Question 37

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427. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. "If we buy roses for £1.00 and sell them for £2.00, we'll make a 100 percent-------------"
Answer
  • 1 a. donations
  • 2 b. charity
  • 3 c. contribution
  • 4 d. profit

Question 38

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428. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. "Charitable --------------------- usually increase around the holidays."
Answer
  • 1 a. donations
  • 2 b. charity
  • 3 c. contribution

Question 39

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429. Rewrite each sentence, using the inverted form of the past unreal conditional. Choose the correct option. "If I had known this furniture would be so hard to put together, I wouldn't have bought it."
Answer
  • 1 a. If I had know this furniture would be so hard to put together, I wouldn't have bought it.
  • 2 b. Had I known this furniture would be so hard to put together, I wouldn't have bought it.
  • 3 c. Had I know this furniture would be so hard to put together, I wouldn't have bought it.

Question 40

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430. Rewrite each sentence, using the inverted form of the past unreal conditional. Choose the correct option. “We would’ve bought a smaller couch if we had realized this one wouldn’t fit in the elevator.”
Answer
  • 1 a. Had we realized this couch would not fit in the elevator, we would have bought a smaller one
  • 2 b. Had we realize this couch would not fit in the elevator, we would have bought a smaller one
  • 3 c. Had we realized if this couch would not fit in the elevator, we would have bought a smaller one

Question 41

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431. Rewrite each sentence, using the inverted form of the past unreal conditional. Choose the correct option. "If he had known his digital camera would just sit around collecting dust, he wouldn't have bought such an expensive one."
Answer
  • 1 a. Had he known if his digital camera would just sit around collecting dust, he wouldn't have bought such an expensive one.
  • 2 b. Had he known his digital camera would just sit around collecting dust, he wouldn't have bought such an expensive one.
  • 3 c. Had he know that his digital camera would just sit around collecting dust, he wouldn't have 3 c. Had he know that his digital camera would just sit around collecting dust, he wouldn't have bought such an expensive one.

Question 42

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432. Rewrite each sentence, using the inverted form of the past unreal conditional. Choose the correct option. “If we had been told it would cost so much to maintain, we never would have bought this car”.
Answer
  • 1 a. Had we been told this car would cost so much to maintain, we never would have bought it.
  • 2 b. Had we been tell this car would cost so much to maintain, we never would have bought it.
  • 3 c. Had we been told if this car would cost so much to maintain, we never would have bought it.

Question 43

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433. Complete the sentences. Use the future perfect or the perfect form of an infinitive. By the time I finish school, I hope ------------------------------ (save up) enough money to be able to spend a whole month in Europe.
Answer
  • 1 a. to have saved up
  • 2 b. will have saved up
  • 3 c. will have save up

Question 44

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434. Complete the sentences. Use the future perfect or the perfect form of an infinitive. I plan ----------------------- (pay off ) all my credit card debt by the end of next month.
Answer
  • 1 a. to have paid off
  • 2 b. will have paid off
  • 3 c. will have pay off

Question 45

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435. Complete the sentences. Use the future perfect or the perfect form of an infinitive. By this time next year, I ----------------------------------- (save ) enough money to be able to retire.
Answer
  • 1 a. to have saved
  • 2 b. will have saved
  • 3 c. will have save

Question 46

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436. Complete the sentences with the correct ending. I would have bought already-assembled furniture had I known this do-it-yourself kind would ------------------------------
Answer
  • 1 a. cost so much to maintain
  • 2 b. be so hard to put together
  • 3 c. take up so much room

Question 47

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437. Complete the sentences with the correct ending. I wouldn't have bought this confusing, high-tech camcorder had I known it would ------------------------------
Answer
  • 1 a. cost so much to maintain
  • 2 b. be so hard to put together
  • 3 c. be so hard to operate

Question 48

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438. Complete the sentences with the correct ending. I wouldn't have gotten this big exercise machine that doesn't fit in any of my closets had I known it would ----------------------------
Answer
  • 1 a. cost so much to maintain
  • 2 b. be so hard to put together
  • 3 c. take up so much room

Question 49

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439. Complete the sentences with the correct ending. There's always something with this computer that needs to be fixed or updated. I would've bought a different brand had I known this one would -----------------------------------
Answer
  • 1 a. cost so much to maintain
  • 2 b. be so hard to put together
  • 3 c. take up so much room

Question 50

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440. Choose the correct word that correctly completes each sentence. "Jeff will only work on projects that he feels very strongly about, and once he begins on one, he becomes very dedicated to it. He is a very __________ man."
Answer
  • 1 a. moody
  • 2 b. passionate
  • 3 c. eccentric

Question 51

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441. Choose the correct word that correctly completes each sentence. "Jessica always has interesting ideas that no one else has thought of. She is extremely __________.""
Answer
  • 1 a. eccentric
  • 2 b. difficult
  • 3 c. imaginative

Question 52

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442. Choose the correct word that correctly completes each sentence. "Alice plays the piano beautifully. She always has—even before she had her first lesson. She is just naturally __________."
Answer
  • 1 a. gifted
  • 2 b. difficult
  • 3 c. moody

Question 53

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443. Choose the correct word that correctly completes each sentence. "You never know what Laura is thinking. She can be very pleasant one moment and very unpleasant the next. She's so __________."
Answer
  • 1 a. moody
  • 2 b. egotistical
  • 3 c. passionate

Question 54

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444. Choose the correct word that correctly completes each sentence. "It seems that Eric just likes to argue about everything. I've never met anyone so __________."
Answer
  • 1 a. egotistical
  • 2 b. eccentric.
  • 3 c. difficult

Question 55

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445. Complete each sentence with either the simple past tense, the present perfect, or the present perfect continuous form of the verb in parentheses. Use the present perfect continuous if the action is unfinished or ongoing. "Isn't he a great piano player? He ------------------------- (play ) at this club since it first opened."
Answer
  • 1 a. has been playing
  • 2 b. played
  • 3 c. has played

Question 56

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446. Complete each sentence with either the simple past tense, the present perfect, or the present perfect continuous form of the verb in parentheses. Use the present perfect continuous if the action is unfinished or ongoing. "I hear that you're a big James Brown fan. How many times --------------------------- (see ) him?"
Answer
  • 1 a. saw
  • 2 b. have you seen
  • 3 c. has been seeing

Question 57

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447. Complete each sentence with either the simple past tense, the present perfect, or the present perfect continuous form of the verb in parentheses. Use the present perfect continuous if the action is unfinished or ongoing. "I had never heard Caetano Veloso before. I loved the show, so I went right out and ----------------------- (buy ) three of his CDs."
Answer
  • 1 a. bought
  • 2 b. have bought
  • 3 c. have been buying

Question 58

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448. Complete each sentence with either the simple past tense, the present perfect, or the present perfect continuous form of the verb in parentheses. Use the present perfect continuous if the action is unfinished or ongoing. "Wow! Your singing sounds great now! I can tell that you ------------------------- (practice )."
Answer
  • 1 a. practiced
  • 2 b. have been practicing
  • 3 c. have practiced

Question 59

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449. Complete each sentence with either the simple past tense, the present perfect, or the present perfect continuous form of the verb in parentheses. Use the present perfect continuous if the action is unfinished or ongoing. “ ------------------------------------ (hear ) any good new music lately?"
Answer
  • 1 a. have you heard
  • 2 b. heard
  • 3 c. have you been hearing

Question 60

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450. Complete each conversation. Introduce each noun clause with a correct word. You will not use all of the words. A: What do you like most about being a musician? B: I love the fact ------------- I can share my passion for music with others.
Answer
  • 1 a. if
  • 2 b. that
  • 3 c. whether

Question 61

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451. Complete each conversation. Introduce each noun clause with a correct word. You will not use all of the words. A: What did your sister want to know? B: She wanted to know ---------------- she should wear formal clothes to the concert.
Answer
  • 1 a. if
  • 2 b. that
  • 3 c. how

Question 62

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452. Complete each conversation. Introduce each noun clause with a correct word. You will not use all of the words. A: What did he ask you? B: He wanted to know ---------------- music influences people.
Answer
  • 1 a. if
  • 2 b. that
  • 3 c. how

Question 63

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453. Choose the correct word or phrase to complete each sentence. Claire is always working, even at home. She never spends time relaxing with friends or family. Claire is a -----------------------
Answer
  • 1 a. team player
  • 2 b. workaholic
  • 3 c. people person

Question 64

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454. Choose the correct word or phrase to complete each sentence. Mark is really friendly and kind to everyone. Everyone loves him. Mark is a ---------------------
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  • 1 a. team player
  • 2 b. brain
  • 3 c. people person

Question 65

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455. Choose the correct word or phrase to complete each sentence. June learns very quickly and seems to know everything about everything. June is a ----------------
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  • 1 a. wise guy
  • 2 b. brain
  • 3 c. team player

Question 66

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456. Choose the correct word or phrase to complete each sentence. Camille always works well with others, and her group is always successful. Camille is a -----------
Answer
  • 1 a. workaholic
  • 2 b. people person
  • 3 c. team player

Question 67

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457. Classify the following adjectives as Positive or Negative. Choose the correct one. helpful
Answer
  • 1 a. Positive ( )
  • 2 b. Negative ( )

Question 68

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458. Classify the following adjectives as Positive or Negative. Choose the correct one. reliable
Answer
  • 1 a. Positive ( )
  • 2 b. Negative ( )

Question 69

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459. Classify the following adjectives as Positive or Negative. Choose the correct one. offensive
Answer
  • 1 a. Positive ( )
  • 2 b. Negative ( )

Question 70

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460 - Classify the following adjectives as Positive or Negative. Choose the correct one. annoying
Answer
  • 1 a. Positive ( )
  • 2 b. Negative ( )

Question 71

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461. Choose the word or phrase that correctly completes each sentence. "Tomorrow is our anniversary—did you remember ------------------ your boss for the afternoon off?"
Answer
  • 1 a. to ask
  • 2 a. asking
  • 3 c. asked

Question 72

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462. Choose the word or phrase that correctly completes each sentence. "I'll never forget …………………… the sound of wolves howling at the moon when we were on our trip in Alaska."
Answer
  • 1 a. hearing
  • 2 b. to hear
  • 3 c. heard

Question 73

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463. Choose the word or phrase that correctly completes each sentence. "I didn't expect ……………………… her so much, but I really do."
Answer
  • 1 a. liking
  • 2 b. to like
  • 3 c. liked

Question 74

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464. Choose the word or phrase that correctly completes each sentence. "The travel agent is going to call and leave a message about our flight, so don't forget ………………….. to your messages when you get home."
Answer
  • 1 a. listening
  • 2 b. to listen
  • 3 c. listened

Question 75

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465. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. "Edgar introduced us at a party, and it was very embarrassing. She obviously knew me, but I didn't remember ---------------------- (meet ) her.
Answer
  • 1 a. meeting
  • 2 b. to meet
  • 3 c. met

Question 76

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466. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses "Oh no! I forgot -------------------- (take ) the garbage out! It'll have to wait until Wednesday.""
Answer
  • 1 a. taking
  • 2 b. to take
  • 3 c. took

Question 77

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467. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses "It's getting late. Let's not stop ----------------------- (eat )—we can have dinner when we get home.""
Answer
  • 1 a. eating
  • 2 b. to eat
  • 3 c. ate

Question 78

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468. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses "Alice is so beautiful—I will never forget ---------------------------- (see ) her for the first time."
Answer
  • 1 a. to see
  • 2 b. seeing
  • 3 c. saw

Question 79

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469. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses "Do you remember……………………. (ask ) for a pay raise? Well, it looks like you're going to get one!"
Answer
  • 1 a. to ask
  • 2 b. asking
  • 3 c. asked

Question 80

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470. Complete each sentence with the modal and the correct form of the passive voice. "I think it's wrong to test beauty products on animals; only lifesaving medicines ---------------------- (should /test ) on them."
Answer
  • 1 a. should be tested
  • 2 b. should tested
  • 3 c. should be test

Question 81

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471. Complete each sentence with the modal and the correct form of the passive voice. "Dogs are used to help people with disabilities, but I read an article that said cats ---------------- (could / use ) just as easily."
Answer
  • 1 a. could be use
  • 2 b. could be used
  • 3 c. could used

Question 82

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472. Complete each sentence with the modal and the correct form of the passive voice. "If people knew what happens to abandoned pets, animals -------------------- might /not /give ) as gifts so often."
Answer
  • 1 a. might not be give
  • 2 b. might not be gave
  • 3 c. might not be given

Question 83

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473. Complete each sentence with the modal and the correct form of the passive voice. "The killing of African elephants ---------------------- (have to /stop ), or they will become extinct very soon."
Answer
  • 1 a. have to be stop
  • 2 b. have to be stopped
  • 3 c. have to stopped

Question 84

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474. Complete each sentence with the modal and the correct form of the passive voice. "In the computer age, why do animals ------------------------ (have to /use ) for research?"
Answer
  • 1 a. have to be use
  • 2 b. have to used
  • 3 c. have to be used

Question 85

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475. Complete each sentence with the modal and the correct form of the passive voice. "Sharks are fascinating creatures, but they ------------------------ (can /no /keep ) as pets."
Answer
  • 1 a. can not be keep
  • 2 b. can not be kept
  • 3 c. can not kept

Question 86

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476. Read each statement. Write a sentence expressing an opinion about each statement. Use the passive voice with modals. Killing of animals for their hides and fur (not / have to / kill ) Animals ------------------------------- for their hides or fur; it's not necessary.
Answer
  • 1 a. don`t have to be killed
  • 2 b. don`t have to be kill
  • 3 c. don`t have be killed

Question 87

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477. Read each statement. Write a sentence expressing an opinion about each statement. Use the passive voice with modals. Training of animals to help people with disabilities (should /train ). Animals ---------------------------- to help people with disabilities.
Answer
  • 1 a. should be train
  • 2 b. should trained
  • 3 c. should be trained

Question 88

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478. Read each statement. Write a sentence expressing an opinion about each statement. Use the passive voice with modals. Keeping animals in zoos (must /not /keep ) Animals ---------------------- in zoos that are too small or otherwise inappropriate for them.
Answer
  • 1 a. must not be keep
  • 2 b must not kept
  • 3 c. must not be kept

Question 89

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479. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences with the correct words ""I'm not going to buy the first car I see—I prefer to _________________________.
Answer
  • 1 a. haggle
  • 2 b. window-shop
  • 3 c. comparison shop

Question 90

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480. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences with the correct words "Whenever I go into a store, I buy something I can't afford. Let's not go into any stores today; let's just______________________ as we walk through town.""
Answer
  • 1 a. haggle
  • 2 b. window-shop
  • 3 c. comparison shop

Question 91

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481. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences with the correct words "The best thing about shopping at the street market is that you don't have to pay the first price you get from sellers. You can _____________________ with them to get a better price."
Answer
  • 1 a. browse
  • 2 b. shop around
  • 3 c. haggle

Question 92

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482. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences with the correct words "I need to get some new clothes for work, but I don't have a lot of money. I'm going to seriously ________________ . I won't stop until I know I've found the lowest prices in town."
Answer
  • 1 a. comparison shop
  • 2 b. browse
  • 3 c. bargain-hunt

Question 93

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483. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences with the correct words "That looks like a nice watch, but that doesn't mean it's good quality. I think you should ____________________ some more and do some research before you buy one."
Answer
  • 1 c. haggle
  • 2 b. shop around
  • 3 a. browse

Question 94

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484. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences with the correct words "I go into bookstores all the time, but I hardly ever buy anything; I just ______________."
Answer
  • 1 a. browse
  • 2 b. shop around
  • 3 c. haggle

Question 95

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485. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. "I want ---------------------------- (remember ) for what I've done, not for what I had."
Answer
  • 1 a. to remembered
  • 2 b. to be remembered
  • 3 c. to be remember

Question 96

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486. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. "People always enjoy --------------------------------- (entertain ) while they're having dinner.""
Answer
  • 1 a. being entertained
  • 2 b. to being entertain
  • 3 c. to be entertained

Question 97

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487. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. "I didn't expect ------------------------------------- (tell ) the truth, but the salesman was very honest with me.""
Answer
  • 1 a. to be told
  • 2 b. to be tell
  • 3 c. being tell

Question 98

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488. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. "Claire really appreciates ------------------------------- (treat ) like a movie star when she goes shopping.""
Answer
  • 1 a. being treated
  • 2 b. be treated
  • 3 c. being treat

Question 99

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489. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. "The band was disappointed ------------------------- (not / ask ) to perform at the festival this year."
Answer
  • 1 a. not be asked
  • 2 b. not asked
  • 3 c. not to be asked

Question 100

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490. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. I resent ________________ (force) to listen to loud rock music while I`m browsing in record shops.
Answer
  • 1 a. being forced
  • 2 b. be forced
  • 3 c. to be force

Question 101

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491. Complete each with the verb in parentheses. Use a passive gerund or infinitive. I don't expect _____________________ (give ) much help with the cleaning.
Answer
  • 1 a. to give
  • 2 b. to be given
  • 3 c. being given

Question 102

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492. Complete each with the verb in parentheses. Use a passive gerund or infinitive. They resent________________ (tell ) what to do all the time.
Answer
  • 1 a. being told
  • 2 b. be told
  • 3 c. be tell

Question 103

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493. Complete each with the verb in parentheses. Use a passive gerund or infinitive. We enjoy___________________ (ask ) about our time traveling through Europe.
Answer
  • 1 a. being asked
  • 2 b. be ask
  • 3 c. being ask

Question 104

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494. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use repeated comparatives. Life expectancy is high now. It was not as high before. Life expectancy is getting __________________ now
Answer
  • 1 a. higher and higher
  • 2 b. high and high
  • 3 c. higher, higher

Question 105

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495. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use repeated comparatives. Divorce is common now. It was not as common before. Divorce is becoming ______________________ now
Answer
  • 1 a. more and more common
  • 2 b. more, more common
  • 3 c. common and common

Question 106

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496. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use repeated comparatives. People are working longer hours now. People are working ________________________________now
Answer
  • 1 a. long and long hours
  • 2 b. long, long hours
  • 3 c. longer and longer hours.

Question 107

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497. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use repeated comparatives. Health care is good now. It was not as good before. Health care is getting ______________________ now
Answer
  • 1 a. good and good
  • 2 b. better and better
  • 3 c. more good and good

Question 108

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498. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use double comparatives. Cause: People are living longer. Effect: People are requiring more care.
Answer
  • 1 a. The long people live, the more care they require
  • 2 b. The longer people live, the more care they require
  • 3 c. The longer people live the most care they require

Question 109

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499. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use double comparatives. Cause: Health care is getting better. Effect: Life expectancy is getting higher.
Answer
  • 1 a. The better health care gets, the higher life expectancy becomes
  • 2 b. The best health care gets, the high life expectancy becomes
  • 3 c. The better health care gets, the high life expectancy becomes

Question 110

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READ AND COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE. CHOOSE: a, b, or c My brother and I ordered some ________chicken.
Answer
  • 1 a. drink
  • 2 b. potato
  • 3. roast

Question 111

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500. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use double comparatives. Cause: Life expectancy is getting higher. Effect: The elderly population is getting larger.
Answer
  • 1 a. The higher life expectancy gets, the larger the elderly population gets
  • 2 b. The high life expectancy gets, the large the elderly population gets
  • 3 c. The higher life expectancy gets, the large the elderly population gets

Question 112

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501. Combine each pair of sentences into one new sentence. Use double comparatives. Cause: People work hard. Effect: They are successful.
Answer
  • 1 a. the hard people work, the more successful they are
  • 2 b. the hardest people work, the more successful they are
  • 3 c. the harder people work, the more successful they are/become

Question 113

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502. Complete the conversations with correct perfect modals in the passive voice. Use the verbs and the clues in parentheses about the speaker's degree of certainty. A: I came to class at the right time, but the classroom was empty. B: The class________________________ (cancel) at the last minute. (almost certain)
Answer
  • 1 a. the class must has been cancelled at the last minute (almost certain)
  • 2 b. the class must have been cancel at the last minute (almost certain)
  • 3 c. the class must have been cancelled at the last minute (almost certain)

Question 114

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503. Complete the conversations with correct perfect modals in the passive voice. Use the verbs and the clues in parentheses about the speaker's degree of certainty. A: The door to Jack's apartment was open and the lights were on, but no one was home. B: Jack ____________________ (ask ) by a neighbor to come over for a little while. (not certain)
Answer
  • 1 a. Jack might have been ask by a neighbor to come over for a little while. (not certain)
  • 2 b. Jack might have been asked by a neighbor to come over for a little while. (not certain)
  • 3 c. Jack might has been asked by a neighbor to come over for a little while. (not certain)

Question 115

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504. Complete the conversations with correct perfect modals in the passive voice. Use the verbs and the clues in parentheses about the speaker's degree of certainty. A: I can't find my wallet or my keys. They were in my pocket when I left the house this morning. B: Oh, no! They ___________________ (steal ). (not certain)
Answer
  • 1 a. Oh, no! They might have be stolen. (not certain)
  • 2 b. Oh, no! They might have been stolen. (not certain)
  • 3 c. Oh, no! They might had been stolen. (not certain)

Question 116

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505. Mark each statement Certain or Not certain. I left my purse on the train. I'll call the lost-and-found; maybe someone turned it in.""
Answer
  • 1 a. Certain ( )
  • 2 b. Not certain ( )

Question 117

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506. Mark each statement Certain or Not certain. ""It's possible that it might rain tomorrow."""
Answer
  • 1 a. Certain ( )
  • 2 b. Not certain ( )

Question 118

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507. Mark each statement Certain or Not certain. ""Look at all this traffic! There's no question we're going to miss our flight. We'll have to catch the later one.""
Answer
  • 1 a. Certain ( )
  • 2 b. Not certain ( )

Question 119

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508. Mark each statement Certain or Not certain. ""The conservative candidate will most likely win the election this year.""
Answer
  • 1 a. Certain ( )
  • 2 b. Not certain ( )

Question 120

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509. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. With no witnesses or proof, the mystery is______________.
Answer
  • 1 a. unsolvable
  • 2 b. debatable
  • 3 c. provable

Question 121

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510. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. The question of whether or not solar power is the answer to the energy crisis is _________________. Experts offer many other solutions as well.
Answer
  • 1 a. unsolvable
  • 2 b. debatable
  • 3 c. provable

Question 122

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511. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence. There are several theories about the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, but with so little evidence, none are ______________.
Answer
  • 1 a. unsolvable
  • 2 b. debatable
  • 3 c. provable

Question 123

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513. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS Detroit ___ as the first capital city of Michigan, but now Lansing is the capital city of Michigan.
Answer
  • 1 a. chosen
  • 2 b. was chosen
  • 3 c. have been chosen

Question 124

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515. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS In the year 2003, Western Michigan University located in Kalamazoo, Michigan ___ with the opportunity of being one hundred years old.
Answer
  • 1 a. will be celebrating
  • 2 b. will have a celebration
  • 3 c. will have been celebrated

Question 125

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516. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS The five great lakes of the world ___ in Michigan.[/b]
Answer
  • 1 a. can find
  • 2 b. can be found
  • 3 c. can found

Question 126

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517. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS The University of Michigan and Michigan State University are famous for their football teams. ___ of them are ranked highly in the United States.
Answer
  • 1 a. Both
  • 2 b. Among
  • 3. Neither

Question 127

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518. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS Michigan has three big lakes. They are Lake Michigan, Lake Huron, and Lake Erie. ___ of them have wonderful scenery in the Fall.
Answer
  • 1 a. Both
  • 3 c. All
  • 2 b. Neither

Question 128

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519. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS You ___ more careful when you go to Detroit at night because there a lots of drive-by shootings.
Answer
  • 2 b. must be
  • 3 c. may be
  • 4 d. should be
  • 1 a. might be

Question 129

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520. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS You ___ winter clothes to visit the state of Michigan in December because the weather is so cold.
Answer
  • 1 a. should bring
  • 2 b. would bring
  • 3 c. could bring

Question 130

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521. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS You ___ cars on Mackinac Island in Michigan.
Answer
  • 1 a. may not see
  • 2 b. may not seen
  • 3 c. might not seen

Question 131

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522. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS You ___ faster than 70 miles per hour on the highway in Michigan. It's the law.
Answer
  • 2 b. must not drive
  • 3 c. will not drive
  • 1 a. may not drive

Question 132

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523. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS You ___ west if you want to go to Kalamazoo from Detroit.
Answer
  • 1 a. must go
  • 2 b. could go
  • 3 c. can go

Question 133

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524. Choose the correct option. PASSIVE VOICE AND MODALS The state of Michigan ___ the longest freshwater shoreline of any state.
Answer
  • 1 a. hade
  • 2 b. has
  • 3 c. will have

Question 134

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525. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES Sheryl forgot…………..her purse, so I lent her ten dollars.
Answer
  • 1 a. Bringing
  • 2 b. To bring

Question 135

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526. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES I completely forgot………………. here when I was a kid. But now I remember! My parents brought me here when I was three.
Answer
  • 1 a. Coming
  • 2 b. To come

Question 136

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527. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES Lydia really regrets ……………out of high school. She has really had to struggle to make a living because of that decision.
Answer
  • 1 a. To drop
  • 2 b Dropping

Question 137

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528. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES I regret………….. you that Mr. Smith has passed away.
Answer
  • 1 a. To inform
  • 2 b. Informing

Question 138

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529. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES Did you remember………… your swimsuit? Our vacation in Hawaii won't be much fun if you can't go swimming
Answer
  • 1 a. To pack
  • 2 b Packing

Question 139

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530. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES Do you remember…………….. stuck in that elevator when we were in New York? I thought we would never get out of there!
Answer
  • 1 a. Being
  • 2 b To be

Question 140

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531. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES If you can't find the key, try…………………. the lock with something else, like a knife or a screwdriver.
Answer
  • 2 b To open
  • 1 a. Opening

Question 141

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532. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES She tried…………………… him the terrible truth, but she just couldn't bring herself to do it.[/b]
Answer
  • 1 a. To tell
  • 2 b Telling

Question 142

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533. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES I dread…………………… of what might happen next.
Answer
  • 1 a. Thinking
  • 2 b To think

Question 143

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534. Choose the correct option. GERUNDS OR INFINITIVES I dread…………………….. to work tomorrow. I think I'm going to call in sick.
Answer
  • 1 a. going
  • 2 b To go

Question 144

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535. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES He gets (+ boring) more and more boring .
Answer
  • 1 a. TRUE
  • 2 b. FALSE

Question 145

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536. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES This book is getting (- interesting) less and less interesting .
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 146

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537. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES My daughter's English results are getting (+ bad) worse and worse .
Answer
  • 2 FALSE
  • 1 TRUE

Question 147

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538. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES Sally arrives (+ late) later and later at work.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 148

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539. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES The weather is getting (+ beautiful) more and more beautiful .
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 149

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540. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES Your room is getting (+ messy) messier and messier .
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 150

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541. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES Milk is getting (+ expensive) more and more expensive .
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 151

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542. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES I saw him yesterday. He feels (+ good) better and better .
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 152

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543. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES Computers are getting (- expensive) less and less expensive
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 153

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544. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES There are (+ tourists) more and more tourists from Asia in Australia.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 154

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545. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES We have (- time) less and less time to relax and do nothing.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 155

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546. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES There are (- immigrants) fewer and fewer immigrants from Europe.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 156

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547. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES In Australia, (- people) fewer and fewer people learn French at school.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 157

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548. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES It is getting (+ hard) harder and harder to find a job nowadays.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 158

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549. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES There are (- koalas) fewer and fewer koalas in Australia.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 159

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550. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES It is getting (+ difficult) more and more difficult to find a job nowadays.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 160

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551. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES Handball is becoming (+ popular) more and more popular.
Answer
  • 2 FALSE
  • 1 TRUE

Question 161

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552. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES (+ Australians) More and more Australians worry about ecology.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 162

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553. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES People live (+ far) farther and farther from the capital city.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 163

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554. Choose the correct option. REPEATED COMPARATIVES The Australian beaches are getting (+ clean) cleaner and cleaner.
Answer
  • 1 TRUE
  • 2 FALSE

Question 164

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555. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER He usually cuts my hair ______.
Answer
  • 1 a. quick
  • 2 b. quickly
  • 3 c. more quickly

Question 165

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556. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER He cut my hair ______ today than last time.
Answer
  • 2 b. more quick
  • 1 a. more quickly
  • 3. quicker

Question 166

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557. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Sally runs ______ than Lois.
Answer
  • 1 a. faster
  • 2 b. fast
  • 3 c. more fast

Question 167

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558. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Valery runs ______ of the three of us.
Answer
  • 1 a. faster
  • 2 b. most fast
  • 3 c. fastest

Question 168

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559. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Brian drives ______.
Answer
  • 1 a. careful
  • 2 b. more careful
  • 3 c. carefully

Question 169

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560. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER He drives ______ than his sister.
Answer
  • 1 a. carefuller
  • 2 b. careful
  • 3 c. more carefully

Question 170

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561. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Brian drives the ______ of the four of us.
Answer
  • 1 a. most carefully
  • 2 b. more carefully
  • 3 c. carefullest

Question 171

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562. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER The red bird sings ______.
Answer
  • 1 a. louder
  • 2 b. loudly
  • 3 c. loudest

Question 172

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563. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER The brown bird sings ______ than the red bird.
Answer
  • 1 a. more softly
  • 2 b. most softly
  • 3 c. softly

Question 173

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564. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER The person who sings the ______ wins.
Answer
  • 1 a. most loud
  • 2 b. more loudly
  • 3 c. most loudly

Question 174

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565. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER They dance the cha-cha-cha _______
Answer
  • 1 a. Beautiful
  • 2 b. Beautifully

Question 175

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566. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER She planned their trip to Greece very _______
Answer
  • 1 a. carefully
  • 2 b. careful

Question 176

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567. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER He plays the guitar ______
Answer
  • 1 a. terrible
  • 2 b. terribly

Question 177

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568. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Sometimes our teacher arrives _______ for class.
Answer
  • 1 a. lately
  • 2 b. late

Question 178

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569. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER She speaks very________
Answer
  • 1 a. quietly
  • 2 b. quiet

Question 179

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570. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Jim painted the kitchen very______
Answer
  • 1 a. badly
  • 2 b. bad

Question 180

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571. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Turn the stereo down. It´s too_____
Answer
  • 1 a. loudly
  • 2 b. loud

Question 181

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572. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER She knows the road______
Answer
  • 1 a. good
  • 2 b. well

Question 182

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573. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER We`re going camping tomorrow so we have to get up___
Answer
  • 1 a. soon
  • 2 b. early

Question 183

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574. Choose the correct answer. ADVERS OF MANNER Andy doesn`t often work______
Answer
  • 1 a. hard
  • 2 b. hardly

Question 184

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575. According to the reading below. Is the following statement true or false?. The police believe the fire started by chance. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
Answer
  • 2 TRUE
  • 1 FALSE

Question 185

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576. According to the reading below. Is the following statement true or false?. People couldn’t visit the ship because it had recently been sold for £25 million. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
Answer
  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 186

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577. According to the reading below. Is the following statement true or false? The fire only caused damage to the decks. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
Answer
  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 187

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578. According to the reading below. Is the following statement true or false? The police are not sure whether someone set fire to the ship deliberately. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
Answer
  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 188

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579. According to the reading below. Is the following statements true or false? According to one of the people who look after the ship, the fire caused a major delay in their work. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
Answer
  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 189

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580. According to the reading below. Is the following statements true or false? Chris Livett is afraid the damage to the ship is worse than they had thought at first. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
Answer
  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 190

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581. According to the reading below. Is the following statement true or false? The old artefacts were not destroyed because they had been taken away before the fire started. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 191

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582. According to the reading below. Is the following statement true or false? The Cutty Sark has survived many difficult circumstances. Fire devastates Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark ship, one of London's most popular tourist attractions has been devasted by a fire, which police think may have been started on purpose. More than 40 fire fighters were called to the 138-year-old tea clipper ship in Greenwich early on Monday morning. The ship had recently been closed to visitors so improvements costing £25 million could be carried out. A spokesman for the London fire service said the whole ship was affected by the massive fire but nobody was hurt. Police don't know what caused the fire yet, but said they were treating it as suspicious. That means the fire may have been started on purpose rather than by accident. Chris Livett, from the group which looks after the ship, said the fire was a significant setback but they were determined to put the ship back together again. He said the decks could not be saved but the damage didn't appear as bad as first feared. Half the planking, as well as all the old artefacts on board, escaped damage as they had been removed while the refurbishment work was under way. He added: ""She's been through storms and hurricanes. She's been battling all her life. She's not dead yet, far from it."" The Cutty Sark was used to carry tea around the world in the 19th century. It now sits at a dry dock at Greenwich as a living museum."
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 192

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583. According to the reading below. Is the statement true or false? The older apartment is more expensive Finding an Apartment My wife and I need a new place to live. We spent the past week-end looking at apartments. We found two apartments that we like but we can’t decide which one we like better. I like the first apartment that we saw. It is closer to work. It is in a newer, cleaner building. The inside is brighter because it has bigger windows. The view is nicer too. Unfortunately, it is more expensive. The rent is too high. My wife likes the second apartment that we saw. It is in an older building and it is in a more interesting neighborhood. The apartment has larger rooms. The rent is cheaper. Unfortunately, it is farther from work than the other apartment. It would take both us longer to get to work. We are going to look at more apartments next week-end. Maybe we will find an apartment that we both like!
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 193

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584. According to the reading below. Is the statement true or false? They are going to look at more apartments next week-end. Finding an Apartment My wife and I need a new place to live. We spent the past week-end looking at apartments. We found two apartments that we like but we can’t decide which one we like better. I like the first apartment that we saw. It is closer to work. It is in a newer, cleaner building. The inside is brighter because it has bigger windows. The view is nicer too. Unfortunately, it is more expensive. The rent is too high. My wife likes the second apartment that we saw. It is in an older building and it is in a more interesting neighborhood. The apartment has larger rooms. The rent is cheaper. Unfortunately, it is farther from work than the other apartment. It would take both us longer to get to work. We are going to look at more apartments next week-end. Maybe we will find an apartment that we both like!
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 194

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585. According to the reading below. Is the statement true or false? The cheaper apartment has bigger windows Finding an Apartment My wife and I need a new place to live. We spent the past week-end looking at apartments. We found two apartments that we like but we can’t decide which one we like better. I like the first apartment that we saw. It is closer to work. It is in a newer, cleaner building. The inside is brighter because it has bigger windows. The view is nicer too. Unfortunately, it is more expensive. The rent is too high. My wife likes the second apartment that we saw. It is in an older building and it is in a more interesting neighborhood. The apartment has larger rooms. The rent is cheaper. Unfortunately, it is farther from work than the other apartment. It would take both us longer to get to work. We are going to look at more apartments next week-end. Maybe we will find an apartment that we both like!
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 195

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586. According to the reading below. Is the statement true or false? The cheaper apartment has longer rooms Finding an Apartment My wife and I need a new place to live. We spent the past week-end looking at apartments. We found two apartments that we like but we can’t decide which one we like better. I like the first apartment that we saw. It is closer to work. It is in a newer, cleaner building. The inside is brighter because it has bigger windows. The view is nicer too. Unfortunately, it is more expensive. The rent is too high. My wife likes the second apartment that we saw. It is in an older building and it is in a more interesting neighborhood. The apartment has larger rooms The rent is cheaper. Unfortunately, it is farther from work than the other apartment. It would take both us longer to get to work. We are going to look at more apartments next week-end. Maybe we will find an apartment that we both like!
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 196

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587. According to the reading below. Is the statement true or false? The more expensive apartment is closer to where they work Finding an Apartment My wife and I need a new place to live. We spent the past week-end looking at apartments. We found two apartments that we like but we can’t decide which one we like better. I like the first apartment that we saw. It is closer to work. It is in a newer, cleaner building. The inside is brighter because it has bigger windows. The view is nicer too. Unfortunately, it is more expensive. The rent is too high. My wife likes the second apartment that we saw. It is in an older building and it is in a more interesting neighborhood. The apartment has larger rooms. The rent is cheaper. Unfortunately, it is farther from work than the other apartment. It would take both us longer to get to work. We are going to look at more apartments next week-end. Maybe we will find an apartment that we both like!
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  • TRUE
  • FALSE

Question 197

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588. Reported Speech Mary: ""I’ve lost my dictionary!""(You report this just after you hear it. You know it is still true.)"
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  • 1 a. Mary said that she’s lost her dictionary. Can you help us find it?
  • 2 b. Mary said that she’d lost her dictionary. Can you help us find it?

Question 198

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589. Reported Speech ""This test will be easy!"" (The test was last week.)"
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  • 1 a. I thought the test would be easy, but I was wrong!
  • 2 b. I thought the test will be easy, but I was wrong!

Question 199

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591. Reported Speech Miho: ""I’m flying back to Japan tomorrow."" (Miho told you this last week.)"
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  • 1 a. Miho told me that she was flying back to Japan the next day.
  • 2 b. Miho told me that she’s flying back to Japan tomorrow.

Question 200

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592. Reported Speech John: ""I’m 37."" (You don’t believe him.)"
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  • 1 a. He said he was 37, but he looks much older.
  • 2 b. He said he’s 37, but he looks much older.
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