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TOEIC ERROR RECOGNITION EXERCISE 28. 1. The new mall  shopping  in the  downtown  area will be more expensive for shoppers  than  the mall  on the freeway outside the town.  A. shopping    B. downtown    C. for shoppers    D. the mall  

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toeic error recognition exercise 28
TOEIC

ERROR RECOGNITION

EXERCISE 28

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1. The new mall shopping in the downtown area will be more expensive forshoppers than themall on the freeway outside the town.

 A. shopping   B. downtown   C. for shoppers   D. the mall  

2. West of the Missouri river have vast plains over which the wagon trains laboredignoring them in favor of dreams of gold and richer land further west.

 A. West of   B. have   C. labored ignoring   D. further west  

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1. The new mall shopping in the downtown area will be more expensive forshoppers than themall on the freeway outside the town.

A. shopping   B. downtown   C. for shoppers   D. the mall  

2. West of the Missouri river have vast plains over which the wagon trains laboredignoring them in favor of dreams of gold and richer land further west.

 A. West of  B. have   C. labored ignoring   D. further west  

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3. The classification of a dinosaur aseithersaurischiannorornithischiandepends onthe structure of the hip.

A. as   B. nor   C. depends on   D. the hip  

4. Salmon lay their eggs and die in freshwater, although they live in salt water when most of their adult lives.

A. lay   B. although   C. when   D. adult lives  

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3. The classification of a dinosaur aseithersaurischiannorornithischiandepends onthe structure of the hip.

A. as  B. nor   C. depends on   D. the hip  

4. Salmon lay their eggs and die in freshwater, although they live in salt water when most of their adult lives.

A. lay   B. although  C. when   D. adult lives  

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5. Into amongthe five Great Lakes, only Lake Michiganis located entirelywithintheterritorial boundariesof the United States.

 A. Into among   B. is located   C. entirely   D. territorial boundaries  

6. Mark Twain\'s "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" areoneofAmerica\'snationaltreasures.

A. are   B. of   C. national   D. treasures 

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5. Into amongthe five Great Lakes, only Lake Michiganis located entirelywithintheterritorial boundariesof the United States.

A. Into among   B. is located   C. entirely   D. territorial boundaries  

6. Mark Twain\'s "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" areoneofAmerica\'snationaltreasures.

A. are   B. of   C. national   D. treasures 

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7. Almostpoetryismore enjoyablewhenit isread aloud.

A. Almost   B. is   C. more enjoyable   D. it is  

8. Lasers areindispensable toolsfordelicateeyessurgery.

 A. are   B. tools   C. for   D. eyes 

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7. Almostpoetryismore enjoyablewhenit isread aloud.

 A. Almost   B. is   C. more enjoyable   D. it is  

8. Lasers areindispensable toolsfordelicateeyessurgery.

 A. are   B. tools   C. for  D. eyes 

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9. Nero Claudius Caesar, to please themselves, killedhis mother, his brother, and all his advisers, and finally killedhimselfout of self-love.

 A. themselves   B. his mother   C. his advisers   D. himself  

10. Pele scored more as1,280 goalsduring his career, gaininga reputation asthe bestsoccer player of all time.

A. more as   B. during his career   C. gaining   D. the best 

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9. Nero Claudius Caesar, to please themselves, killedhis mother, his brother, and all his advisers, and finally killedhimselfout of self-love.

A. themselves   B. his mother   C. his advisers   D. himself  

10. Pele scored more as1,280 goalsduring his career, gaininga reputation asthe bestsoccer player of all time.

A. more as   B. during his career   C. gaining   D. the best 

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11. Some bacteria are extremelyharmful, butanothersare regularlyused in producing cheeses, crackers, and many other foods.

 A. are extremely   B. anothers C. regularly   D. many other foods  

12. Quality control studies show that employees work the most efficientwhen they are involved in the total operation rather than in only one part of it.

A. efficient   B. involved in   C. in   D. it  

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11. Some bacteria are extremelyharmful, butanothersare regularlyused in producing cheeses, crackers, and many other foods.

 A. are extremely  B. anothers C. regularly   D. many other foods  

12. Quality control studies show that employees work the most efficientwhen they are involved in the total operation rather than in only one part of it.

A. efficient   B. involved in   C. in   D. it  

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13. After the yolk separatedfrom thewhite, it must beboilimmediately.

A. separated   B. from the   C. boil   D. immediately  

14. The libraryatthe university is new and has takenhername from the wifeof the first president of the university.

 A. at   B. has taken   C. her   D. of the first  

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13. After the yolk separatedfrom thewhite, it must beboilimmediately.

A. separated   B. from the  C. boil   D. immediately  

14. The libraryatthe university is new and has takenhername from the wifeof the first president of the university.

 A. at   B. has taken  C. her   D. of the first  

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15. Onlyrarelywins the same major league baseball teamthe World Seriestwo yearsin a row.

 A. Only   B. wins the same major league baseball team   C. two years   D. in a row 

16. Since lightning was probably significant in the formation of life, understanding itmight helpusto understandinglifeitself.

 A. it   B. might help   C. to understanding   D. itself  

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15. Onlyrarelywins the same major league baseball teamthe World Seriestwo yearsin a row.

 A. Only  B. wins the same major league baseball team   C. two years   D. in a row 

16. Since lightning was probably significant in the formation of life, understanding itmight helpusto understandinglifeitself.

 A. it   B. might help  C. to understanding   D. itself  

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17.According tothe Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,nopersonshould be compelledto be a witness againsthim own.

A. According to   B. no   C. should be compelled   D. him own  

18. Friendship, stability, andtrustyarefrequentlymentionedas criteria for a worthwhile relationshipbetweenpeople.

A. trusty   B. frequently   C. mentioned   D. between  

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17.According tothe Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution,nopersonshould be compelledto be a witness againsthim own.

A. According to   B. no   C. should be compelled  D. him own  

18. Friendship, stability, andtrustyarefrequentlymentionedas criteria for a worthwhile relationshipbetweenpeople.

A. trusty   B. frequently   C. mentioned   D. between  

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19.Despite ofthe increase in air fares, most peoplestillpreferto travelby plane.

 A. Despite of   B. still   C. prefer   D. to travel  

20. Gunpowder, in some waysthe most effectiveofallthe explosive materials, were a mixture of potassium nitrate, charcoal, and sulfur.

 A. in some ways   B. the most effective   C. all   D. were  

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19.Despite ofthe increase in air fares, most peoplestillpreferto travelby plane.

A. Despite of   B. still   C. prefer   D. to travel  

20. Gunpowder, in some waysthe most effectiveofallthe explosive materials, were a mixture of potassium nitrate, charcoal, and sulfur.

 A. in some ways   B. the most effective   C. all  D. were  

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21. Led by Daniel Webster, the Whig party wasone ofthe two majorpolitical powersin the United States from 1834 and 1852.

 A. Daniel Webster   B. one of   C. political powers   D. and 1852  

22. By passingsunlightthrougha prism, the lightis separateintoa spectrumof colors.

 A. By passing   B. through   C. is separate   D. spectrum  

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21. Led by Daniel Webster, the Whig party wasone ofthe two majorpolitical powersin the United States from 1834 and 1852.

 A. Daniel Webster   B. one of   C. political powers  D. and 1852  

22. By passingsunlightthrougha prism, the lightis separateintoa spectrumof colors.

 A. By passing   B. through  C. is separate   D. spectrum  

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23. The scientificmethodconsists offorming hypotheses,collectdata, and testing results.

A. scientific   B. consists of   C. collect   D. results  

24. In spite ofthe inclement weatherthe tennis tournament wentaheadjust as the players had started putting their rackets into.

  A. In spite of   B. the inclement weather   C. ahead   D. rackets into. 

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23. The scientificmethodconsists offorming hypotheses,collectdata, and testing results.

A. scientific   B. consists of  C. collect   D. results  

24. In spite ofthe inclement weatherthe tennis tournament wentaheadjust as the players had started putting their rackets into.

  A. In spite of   B. the inclement weather   C. ahead  D. rackets into. 

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25.Puttinga large amount of information on a map, a variety of symbols are used.

 A. Putting   B. on   C. variety of   D. are used 

26.Having lostthe election, the presidential candidate intendssupportingthe opposition despite the objections ofhis stall.

 A. Having lost   B. supporting   C. despite   D. objections of  

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25.Puttinga large amount of information on a map, a variety of symbols are used.

A. Putting   B. on   C. variety of   D. are used 

26.Having lostthe election, the presidential candidate intendssupportingthe opposition despite the objections ofhis stall.

 A. Having lost  B. supporting   C. despite   D. objections of  

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27.Becauseearly balloons were at the mercy ofshiftingwinds, theyarenot considered a practical means of transportation until the 1850s.

  A. Because   B. shifting   C. are   D. until the 1850s  

28. Kiwi birds searchthe ground withthebills for insects, worms, and snails to eat.

  A. search   B. the   C. insects   D. to eat 

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27.Becauseearly balloons were at the mercy ofshiftingwinds, theyarenot considered a practical means of transportation until the 1850s.

  A. Because   B. shifting  C. are   D. until the 1850s  

28. Kiwi birds searchthe ground withthebills for insects, worms, and snails to eat.

  A. search  B. the   C. insects   D. to eat 

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29. The diary itwas keptsecretuntil the end of the war in fear of reprisals by the occupying army.

 A. it   B. secret   C. until   D. in fear of  

30. Since vitamins are containedin awidevariety offoods, people seldomlack ofmost of them.

 A. are   B. in a   C. variety of   D. lack of 

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29. The diary itwas keptsecretuntil the end of the war in fear of reprisals by the occupying army.

A. it   B. secret   C. until   D. in fear of  

30. Since vitamins are containedin awidevariety offoods, people seldomlack ofmost of them.

 A. are   B. in a   C. variety of  D. lack of 

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