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1

Which of the following sentences is/are correct?  I. She do not like apples.  II. She does not like apples.  III. She did not liked apples.  IV. She does not liking apples.  A. I and II  B. II only  C. II and III  D. I – IV

2

Identify the correctly punctuated sentence.  I. My sisters dog; a poodle, ran away.  II. My sister’s dog, a poodle, ran away.  III. My sisters’ dog a poodle ran away.  IV. My sisters dog a poodle, ran away.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

3

Which of the following sentences uses the correct form of the verb?  I. She has began her new job.  II. She had begun her new job.  III. She will have began her new job.  IV. She had begun her new job.  A. I only  B. II only  C. II and IV  D. III only

4

Choose the sentence that is grammatically correct.  I. He don’t like to play football.  II. He doesn’t like to play football.  III. He isn’t likes to play football.  IV. He doesn’t likes to play football.  A. I only  B. II only  C. II and III  D. I – IV

5

Select the option that best explains the information conveyed in the sentence: “The project was shelved indefinitely.”  I. The project was postponed for a long time.  II. The project was cancelled permanently.  III. The project was delayed indefinitely.  IV. The project was temporarily suspended.  A. I only  B. II only  C. I and III  D. I – IV

6

Identify the sentence with the correct use of participles.  I. Running down the street, the dog barked loudly.  II. The dog running down the street barked loudly.  III. Barking loudly, the dog ran down the street.  IV. The dog barked loudly, running down the street.  A. I only  B. II only  C. I and III  D. II and IV

7

Choose the sentence that correctly uses an advanced structure.  I. Hardly had he arrived when the show started.  II. No sooner he arrived than the show started.  III. Scarcely had he arrived when the show started.  IV. Barely had he arrived when the show started.  A. I only  B. I and III  C. II and IV  D. I – IV

8

Select the sentence that uses an appropriate technical term.  I. The software has a bug.  II. The software has an error.  III. The software has a malfunction.  IV. The software has a glitch.  A. I only  B. I and II  C. II and IV  D. I – IV

9

Which of the following sentences is/are correct?  I. The data was analyzed thoroughly.  II. The data were analyzed thoroughly.  III. The datas were analyzed thoroughly.  IV. The datum was analyzed thoroughly.  A. I only  B. II only  C. II and IV  D. I – IV

10

Identify the sentence that uses an appropriate lexis.  I. The conference was a resounding success.  II. The conference was a huge success.  III. The conference was an overwhelming success.  IV. The conference was a substantial success.  A. I only  B. I and II  C. I and III  D. I – IV

11

Choose the correct form of the verb in the sentence.  I. The committee has finished its work.  II. The committee have finished its work.  III. The committee has finished their work.  IV. The committee have finished their work.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

12

Select the correctly punctuated sentence.  I. “Where are you going?” she asked.  II. “Where are you going” she asked.  III. “Where are you going?”, she asked.  IV. “Where are you going?” She asked.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

13

Which of the following sentences uses the correct comparative form?  I. She is more prettier than her sister.  II. She is prettier than her sister.  III. She is the more prettiest among them.  IV. She is the prettiest among them.  A. I only  B. II only  C. II and IV  D. I – IV

14

Identify the sentence that correctly uses a participle.  I. Having finished her homework, she went to bed.  II. Finishing her homework, she went to bed.  III. Having been finished her homework, she went to bed.  IV. Finished her homework, she went to bed.  A. I only  B. II only  C. I and III  D. II and IV

15

Select the sentence that uses an advanced structure correctly.  I. No sooner had he left than it started to rain.  II. No sooner he left than it started to rain.  III. No sooner had he left when it started to rain.  IV. No sooner he had left than it started to rain.  A. I only  B. I and II  C. II and III  D. I – IV

16

Which of the following sentences uses an appropriate technical term?  I. The patient is experiencing myocardial infarction.  II. The patient is experiencing heart pain.  III. The patient is experiencing cardiac arrest.  IV. The patient is experiencing arrhythmia.  A. I only  B. II only  C. I and III  D. I and IV

17

Identify the sentence with the correct use of the passive voice.  I. The cake was baked by her.  II. She was baked the cake.  III. The cake baked by her.  IV. She baked the cake.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

18

Choose the correct form of the verb.  I. If I was you, I would go.  II. If I were you, I would go.  III. If I am you, I would go.  IV. If I be you, I would go.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

19

Select the correctly punctuated sentence.  I. It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it?  II. Its a beautiful day, isn’t it?  III. It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it.  IV. Its a beautiful day, isn’t it  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

20

Which of the following sentences uses the correct form of the adjective?  I. She is the more intelligent of the two.  II. She is the most intelligent of the two.  III. She is more intelligent of the two.  IV. She is most intelligent of the two.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

21

Identify the sentence that uses an appropriate lexis.  I. The CEO’s speech was highly persuasive.  II. The CEO’s speech was highly convincing.  III. The CEO’s speech was highly forceful.  IV. The CEO’s speech was highly coercive.  A. I only  B. I and II  C. II and III  D. I – IV

22

Select the sentence that uses the correct form of the verb.  I. She lay the book on the table.  II. She laid the book on the table.  III. She lied the book on the table.  IV. She lays the book on the table.  A. I only  B. II only  C. II and IV  D. I – IV

23

Choose the sentence that correctly uses a relative clause.  I. The book, which I read, was interesting.  II. The book which I read was interesting.  III. The book that I read was interesting.  IV. The book, that I read, was interesting.  A. I only  B. I and III  C. II and III  D. I – IV

24

Identify the sentence that uses the correct form of the verb.  I. She has went to the market.  II. She have gone to the market.  III. She has gone to the market.  IV. She gone to the market.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

25

Select the sentence that uses an advanced structure correctly.  I. Scarcely had he arrived than the meeting started.  II. Hardly had he arrived when the meeting started.  III. Barely had he arrived than the meeting started.  IV. No sooner had he arrived when the meeting started.  A. I only  B. II only  C. III only  D. IV only

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