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  1. Choose the correct options: Because __________ of several harmful effects from chemical dumps, the government has implemented tougher clean-up measures. evidence b. is evidence c. there is evidence d. evidence there is ____________salmon in vast numbers readily available to the Kwakiutl Indians. Nutritious b. There was c. It was d. There were ___________ penguins in the Arctic. There were no b. No c. There are not d. Are not Probably ________ little oil left under the North sea by the year 2000. a. will be b. There will be c it will be d. There will have

  2. Each item in this section consists of a single sentence with four selected parts. Three of the selected parts are correct; one is incorrect. Here you must choose the selected part that is incorrect. When president Kennedy spoke in Berlin on behalf the American people, he was received with a show of enormous enthusiasm. a. in b. on behalf c. with d. of 2. Oscar Wilde lived out his final days in obscurity in France in spite the extraordinary brilliance of his early carrier. in obscurity b. in c. in spite d. of 3. The Federal government provides considerable funds in order to help to the universities remain in the forefront of scientific research. in order b. to c. in d. of The New York Stock Market, located in Manhattan on Wall Street is the largest stock market of the world. a. in b. on c. of d. the

  3. Each item in this section consists of a single sentence with four selected parts. Three of the selected parts are correct; one is incorrect. Here you must choose the selected part that is incorrect. The Elgin Marbles, which have been taken to England in the nineteenth century, have recently been the subject of considerable controversy. have been taken b. to c. have recently been d. the When Alsaka became the forty ninth state, the forty-eighth, Arizona, was a state for forty seven years. became b. forty-eighth c. was d. for If England had won the Revolutionary War, the whole history of the English-speaking world had been different. had won b. the c. English-speaking d. had been Genetic engineering has already made vast progress even though Crick and Watson had discovered DNA’s “double helix” conformation only a relatively shot time ago. a. Genetic engineering b. have already made c. even though d. had discovered

  4. Each item in this section consists of a single sentence with four selected parts. Three of the selected parts are correct; one is incorrect. Here you must choose the selected part that is incorrect. Babe Ruth played for the New York Yankees since 1920 to 1934 and won the home-run title in most of those years. for b. since c. to d. in Rhode Island, located in New England and the smallest state in the United States, achieved statehood in May 29,1790. located in b. smallest c. in the d. in 3. Thanksgiving, celebrated on the fourth Thursday on November, commemorates the first Thanksgiving, held in 1620. on the b. on c. first d. in The game starts precisely by three o’clock , but most spectators arrive at the stadium in time for the pre-game, festivities. a. by b. at c. in d. for

  5. Choose the correct option: "All" can be used as a pronoun.a. true b. false "Every" can be used as a pronoun.a. true b. false We had ____ sorts of problems doing it.a. all b. every I tried ____ single thing I could think of, but it still didn't work.a. each b. all c. every I've seen ____ film he's made. all b. every 6. It took me ____ day to finish.a. every b. each. c. all

  6. 7. It was _____ so we didn't get it.a. Expensive enough b. too expensive c. enough expensive 8. They didn't sell _____ to make it worthwhile.a. tickets enough b. enough tickets c. too tickets 9. I've trouble ____ since I bought it.a. ever b. never 10. Haven't you ____ been there? never b. ever c. either can be used 11. I have a ____ friends. few b. little c. some 12. I've got very ____ spare time. some b. little c. few 13. It was ....... a lovely day. Such b. so 14. The film was ...... dull that we left halfway througha. so b. such

  7. 15.  -ible or -able? Breakible b. Breakable 16. The coffee was ____ hot that I couldn't drink it.a. so b. too c. very 17. The coffee was ____ hot to drink.a. so b. too c. very The coffee was _____ hot. so b. too c. very 19. He has ____ to start the project.a. yet b. already 20. As ___, I haven't had time to call her.a. yet b. already 21. ___ you are caught drinking and driving, you will lose your licence.a. If b. Unless 22. ____ you stop smoking, you'll be seriously ill.a. If b. Unless