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1. Sunflower oil……. Pressed from the seeds of the sunflower.

*a) is


b) are

c) was


d) were

2. ………………. is key to the manufacture of vegetable oils.

*a) Deodorization

b) Agitation

c) Modification

d) Extraction

3. Hydrogenated vegetable oils differ in two major ways from other oils which …………….. saturated.

*a) are equally

b) is equally

c) was equally

d) were equally

4. On food packaging, the term "vegetable oil" is often used …. ingredients lists instead …. specifying the exact plant being used.

*a) in/of

b) of/from

c) by/out

d) in/out

5. Oils from …………. are used in cooking, for fuel, for cosmetics, for medical purposes, and for other industrial purposes.

*a) plants

b) plant

c) planting

d) to plant

6. Cottonseed oil used as a salad and cooking oil, ……… domestically and industrially.

*a) both


b) either

c) neither

d) nor

7. Olive oil used in cooking, cosmetics, soaps, ……… as a fuel for traditional oil lamps.

*a) and


b) but

c) if


d) that

8. Peanut oil a clear oil with ......… applications as a salad dressing, and, due to its high smoke point, especially used for frying.

*a) some


b) any

c) a


d) an

9. Safflower oil ………… the 1960s used in the paint industry, now mostly as a cooking oil.

*a) until

b) before

c) after


d) while

10. Sesame oil cold ………….. as light cooking oil, hot ………… for a darker and stronger flavor.

*a) pressed/pressed

b) pressed/pressing

c) pressing/pressing

d) pressing/pressed

11. Soybean oil produced …… a byproduct of processing soy meal.

*a) as


b) like

c) alike


d) as if

12. Vegetable oils ……………………. in omega 6 acids.

*a) are rich

b) were rich

c) was rich

d) is rich

13. ........oil content of …….. seed ranges from 22% to 36% (average, 28%): the kernel contains 45–55% oil.

*a) The/the

b) A/the

c) An/a


d) The/a

14. Natural sunflower oil is produced ……….. oil type sunflower seeds.

*a) from


b) with

c) to


d) of

15. Sunflower oil is light in taste and appearance and supplies more Vitamin E than …….. other vegetable oil.

*a) any


b) some

c) something

d) anything

16. …………….. three types of sunflower oil available: NuSun, linoleic and high oleic sunflower oil.

*a) There are

b) There is

c) There was

d) There were

17. They ……………. in oleic levels and each one offers unique properties.

*a) differ

b) differs

c) to differ

d) differing

18. The oil is used ……. medicine.

*a) as


b) by

c) at


d) to

19. In foods, sunflower oil …… used as a cooking oil.

*a) is


b) was

c) are


d) were

20. Sunflower oil is used as a source of unsaturated fat in ……. diet to replace saturated fats.

*a) the


b) a

c) an


d) -

21.Waxes are produced ……… a variety …….. materials, including numerous plants and animals, petroleum, coal and certain synthetics.

*a) from/of

b) of/by

c) from/at

d) on/of

22. In chemistry, …..soap is ….. salt of ….. fatty acid.

*a) a/a/a

b) an/-/an

c) an/an/an

d) -/a/-

23. ………… Esters derived from carboxylic acids?

*a) Are


b) Is

c) Have


d) Has

24. ………… margarine invented by Hippolyte Megè-Mouriès in 1869?

*a) Was


b) Were

c) Are


d) Is

25. Waxes ………… higher alkanes and lipids.

*a) include

b) includes

c) to include

d) including

26. Sunflower oil a common cooking oil, also used……………. biodiesel.

*a) to make

b) making

c) make


d) to making

27. Margarine is made from vegetable oils like sunflower ……. , linseed …….. and rapeseed …… , which naturally contain these fatty acids.

*a) oil/oil/oil

b) fat/fat/fat

c) oil/oil/fat

d) fat/oil/fat

28. The difference between …… fat (like butter) and …… oil (like sunflower oil) is simply in the melting points of the mixture of esters they contain.

*a) a/an


b) -/a

c) an/a


d) an/-

29. Household uses for soaps include ………… , ………… , and other types of ………………. .

*a) washing/bathing/housekeeping

b) to wash/to bath/to housekeep

c) washed/bathed/housekept

d) washing/to bath/housekept

30. ……… the melting points are below room temperature, it ……. be a liquid - an oil.

*a) If/will

b) When/will

c) If/would

d) When/would

31. Prevent a heart ..................... by eating properly and getting enough exercise.

*a) attack

b) stroke

c) murmur

d) burning

32. Do you prefer peppermint or cinnamon flavored .............................?

*a) toothpaste

b) cookies

c) applesauce

d) paste

33. The full ...................... looked enormous as it rose over the horizon.

*a) moon


b) sun

c) sunset

d) dawn

34. I’m going to the barber for a ............................

*a) haircut

b) new style

c) trim


d) a haircut

35. They’re digging a new swimming ........................ in the park.

*a) pool


b) suit

c) game


d) basin

36. I’d love to learn to pilot an .........................

*a) airplane

b) boat

c) submarine



d) helicopter

37. One reason donuts are fattening is that they’re fried in cooking ..................

*a) oil


b) sugar

c) pans


d) fat

38. Sherrie is upset because she lost an ........................

*a) earring

b) input

c) friendship

d) ring

39. We put a ......................... in the garden to chase birds away.

*a) scarecrow

b) sunshade

c) runway

d) shadow

40. I’ve got to pick up a package at the post ..........................

*a) office

b) man

c) book


d) card

41. I love travelling and I’m quite happy living ...................... suitcase.

*a) out of

b) by

c) on


d) for

42. I don’t need much money to live ..................... - just enough for food and basics.

*a) on


b) out of

c) for


d) through

43. I can’t understand people who live .................... their work- there are more important things in life.

*a) for


b) through

c) in


d) by

44. You haven’t really lived if you haven’t lived ..................... difficult times.

*a) through

b) into

c) by


d) for

45. There’s no point working if you can live ........................ social security.

*a) off


b) to

c) in


d) for

46. ……………………..-the layer of gases surrounding the earth at a height of between 15 and 50 kilometers that is not affected by the weather and in which the temperature increases with height.

*a) stratosphere

b) atmosphere

c) ozone layer 

d) radiation

47. ………………….. -a long period of time when there is little or no rain.

*a) a drought

b) a flood

c) a heatwave

d) polar regions

48. ……………………. - the chemical processes in living things that change food into energy and materials for growth.

*a) metabolism

b) substance

c) variability

d) disease

49. ……………. -Symptoms of anemia, kidney, and liver disorder.

*a) Vitamin B12

b) Vitamin A

c) Vitamin B9

d) Vitamin C

50. ……………….. -to make or produce goods in large quantities, using machinery

*a) manufacture

b) requirements

c) productivity

d) implementation

51. Exhaust fumes cause a lot of ________, especially in big cities.

a) recycling

*b) pollution

c) smoke

d) acid
52. Everyone should learn to ________ energy. Using lights/lamps only when needed is a good way to do this.

a) conserve

b) recycle

c) convert

*d) converse
53. Nancy is ________ about pollution. This is why she walks to work instead of driving.

a) cornered

*b) concerned

c) learned

d) converted
54. ________ is much healthier than driving, and it doesn't pollute the air.

a) Baking

b) Running

*c) Biking

d) Walking
55. David conserves water by not letting it ________ when he's not using it.

*a) run


b) jog

c) flow


d) pour
56. ________, which is partly caused by exhaust fumes from cars, is a very big problem in many big cities across the world.

a) Smog


*b) Smoke

c) Acid


d) Pollution
57. Oil ________ pollute sea water and kill marine life.

*a) spills

b) soil

c) slicks

d) streams
58. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Viticulture is __________ .

a) a plantation of grapevines, typically producing grapes used in winemaking

b) the study of wines

*c) the cultivation of grapevines

d) the process or period of gathering in crops
59. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Fermentation is _________.

a) a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere

b) a white wine made from the Viognier grape

*c) the chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria, yeasts, or their microorganisms

d) the process or period of gathering in crops
60. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Oenology is _________.

a) a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere

*b) the study of wines

c) the chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria, yeasts, or their microorganizms

d) the process or period of gathering in crops

61. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Viognier is _________.

*a) a white wine made from the Viognier grape

b) the study of wines

c) a person who studies wines

d) too ripe; past its best

62. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Overripe is _________.

a) a white wine made from the Viognier grape

b) the study of wines

c) a person who studies wines

*d) too ripe; past its best
63. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Antioxidant is _________.

a) a white wine made from the Viognier grape

b) the study of wines

c) a person who studies wines

*d) a substance that inhibits oxidation
64. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Humid is _________.

a) a white wine made from the Viognier grape

*b) a relatively high level of water vapour in the atmosphere

c) the chemical breakdown of a substance by bacteria, yeasts, or their microorganizms

d) a substance that inhibits oxidation
65. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Potential is _________.

a) roughly calculate or judge the value, number, quantity, or extent of

*b) having or showing the capacity to develop into something in the future

c) an insistent and peremptory request

d) an impressive display or range of a particular type of thing
66. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Demand is _________.

a) limited in one direction and stretching to infinity in the other

b) the capacity to develop into something in the future

*c) an insistent and peremptory request

d) an impressive display or range of a particular type of thing
67. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Array is _________.

a) dependence on or trust in someone or something

b) the capacity to develop into something in the future

c) an insistent and peremptory request

*d) an impressive display or range of a particular type of thing
68. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Estimate is _________.

a) dependence on or trust in someone or something

b) the capacity to develop into something in the future

c) an insistent and peremptory request

*d) roughly calculate or judge the value, number, quantity, or extent of
69. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Semi-infinite is _________.

a) dependence on or trust in someone or something

b) the capacity to develop into something in the future

c) an insistent and peremptory request

*d) limited in one direction and stretching to infinity in the other
70. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Traffic jam is _________.

a) a place where you take your car and fill it with fuel

b) the ​fastest ​rate at which you are ​allowed to ​drive in a ​particular ​area

c) the red, yellow and green lights which control the traffic

*d) a large number of vehicles close together and unable to move or moving very slowly
71. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Roundabout is _________.

a) a place where you take your car and fill it with fuel

b) the ​fastest ​rate at which you are ​allowed to ​drive in a ​particular ​area

c) the red, yellow and green lights which control the traffic

*d) large, open road where vehicles usually travel wide distances
72. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Steering wheel is _________.

a) used in a car or plane to hold you in your seat in case of an accident

b) the ​fastest ​rate at which you are ​allowed to ​drive in a ​particular ​area

c) large, open road where vehicles usually travel wide distances

*d) a ​wheel in a ​vehicle that the ​driver ​turns in ​order to make the ​vehicle go in a ​particular ​direction
74. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Road sign is _________.

*a) a mark or shape giving information or instructions to road users

b) the ​fastest ​rate at which you are ​allowed to ​drive in a ​particular ​area

c) large, open road where vehicles usually travel wide distances

d) a ​wheel in a ​vehicle that the ​driver ​turns in ​order to make the ​vehicle go in a ​particular ​direction
75. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Engine is _________.

a) a mark or shape giving information or instructions to road users

b) large, open road where vehicles usually travel wide distances

*c) a machine with moving parts that converts power into motion

d) a place where you take your car and fill it with fuel
76. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Extraction is _________.

a) the action of setting something on fire or starting to burn

b) highly viscous; slightly thicker than semifluid

*c) the action of taking out something, esp. using effort or force

d) obtain something from (a specified source)
77. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Derive is _________.

a) the action of setting something on fire or starting to burn

b) highly viscous; slightly thicker than semifluid

c) the action of taking out something, esp. using effort or force

*d) obtain something from (a specified source)
78. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Yield is _________.

a) the action of setting something on fire or starting to burn

*b) produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product)

c) the action of taking out something, esp. using effort or force

d) obtain something from (a specified source)
79. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Ignition is _________.

*a) the action of setting something on fire or starting to burn

b) produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product)

c) the action of taking out something, esp. using effort or force

d) obtain something from (a specified source)

80. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Livestock is _________.

a) firm and stable in shape; not liquid or fluid

*b) a plant grown for its seeds and oil

c) the action of taking out something, esp. using effort or force

d) obtain something from (a specified source)
81. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Sesame is _________.

a) firm and stable in shape; not liquid or fluid

*b) a plant grown for its seeds and oil

c) highly viscous; slightly thicker than semifluid

d) obtain something from (a specified source)
82. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Donate is _________.

a) remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position.

*b) give (money or goods) for a good cause, for example to a charity

c)get (money) in return for labour or services

d) back some money that you have borrowed or taken from someone
83. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Inherit is _________.

*a) money or property, you receive it from someone who has died.

b) remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position.

c) give (money or goods) for a good cause, for example to a charity

d) to get (money) in return for labour or services
84. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Withdraw is _________.

*a) take money out of a bank account

b) give (money or goods) for a good cause, for example to a charity

c) get (money) in return for labour or services

d) back some money that you have borrowed or taken from someone
85. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Borrow is _________.

a) take money out of a bank account

b) give (money or goods) for a good cause, for example to a charity

c) get (money) in return for labour or services

*d) get money from people for a purpose
86. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Pay back is _________.

*a) back some money that you have borrowed or taken from someone

b) remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position

c) use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose

d) put (money) into financial schemes, shares, property, or a commercial venture
87. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Steal is _________.

a) back some money that you have borrowed or taken from someone

b) remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position

c) use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose

*d) take money from somebody without permission
88. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Pocket money is _____.

a) earned illegally, especially through the international drugs market

*b) a small amount of money suitable for minor expenses

c) a sum of money as a reward for a service

d) an amount of money added to wages on a seasonal basis
89. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Bonus is _________.

a) earned illegally, especially through the international drugs market

b) a small amount of money suitable for minor expenses

c) a sum of money as a reward for a service

*d) an amount of money added to wages on a seasonal basis

90. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Raise money is ____.

a) back some money that you have borrowed or taken from someone

*b) get money from somebody that you must return

c) use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose

d) take money from somebody without permission
91. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Earn is ____.

*a) get money by working

b) get money from somebody that you must return

c) use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose

d) take money from somebody without permission
92. Choose the right characteristics for the collocation. Owe is ____.

*a) have to pay somebody the money they gave you

b) get money from somebody that you must return

c) use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose

d) take money from somebody without permission
93. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Entrepreneur is ____.

a) a person, esp a man, engaged in commercial or industrial business

b) a wealthy and influential businessman or businesswoman

*c) a person who sets up businesses and business deals

d) an officer or owner of a bank or group of banks
94. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Magnate is ____.

a) a person, esp a man, engaged in commercial or industrial business

*b) a wealthy and influential businessman or businesswoman

c) a person who sets up businesses and business deals

d) an officer or owner of a bank or group of banks
95. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Risk-taking is ____.

a) set up on a firm or permanent basis

*b) taking actions which might have unpleasant or undesirable results

c) the action of leading a group of people or an organization

d) act of raising in rank or position
96. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Property is ____.

*a) a thing or things belonging to someone

b) taking actions which might have unpleasant or undesirable results

c) a financial gain, especially the difference between the amount earned and the amount spent in buying

d) costs of something such as a new business or new product
97. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Start-up is ____.

a) a thing or things belonging to someone

b) taking actions which might have unpleasant or undesirable results

c) a financial gain, especially the difference between the amount earned and the amount spent in buying

*d) costs of something such as a new business or new product
98. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Promotion is ____.

a) a thing or things belonging to someone

b) taking actions which might have unpleasant or undesirable results

*c) act of raising in rank or position

d) costs of something such as a new business or new product
99. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Tycoon is ____.

a) a person, esp a man, engaged in commercial or industrial business

*b) a wealthy, powerful person in business or industry

c) a person who sets up businesses and business deals

d) an officer or owner of a bank or group of banks
100. Choose the right characteristics for the word. Tycoon is ____.

a) a person, esp a man, engaged in commercial or industrial business

b) a wealthy, powerful person in business or industry

c) a person who sets up businesses and business deals

*d) an important or powerful person, especially in the film or media industry
USED TO

101. Jim doesn't have a girlfriend now but he ___________.

a) didn't use to

*b) used to



c) was using to

d) is used to



102. People _________ the Internet yet but in a few years time everybody will be surfing around like crazy.

*a) aren't used to using

b) doesn’t use



c) isn't used to using

d) don't used to



103. I _______to play football when I was young. I'm too old and fat to play now.

a) use

b) got used to



*c) used

d) didn 't use



104. Pepe Juan was in London for a year. He liked England but he ________ the insipid food and the miserable weather.

a) could ever get used to

*b) could never get used to



c) can ever get used to

d) can never get used to



105. I've been getting up early every day for years but I _________ to it.

a) used

*b) am still not used

c) am already used

d) was used



106. If you go to live in the United Kingdom, you __________ on the left.

a) 'II have to get used to drive



*b) 'II have to get used to driving

c) 'd have had to get used to

d) 'd had had to get used to

107. At first it was difficult for her to speak in French all the time but she _________ to it now.

*a) is used

b) uses

c) gets used

d) is used to



108. After the holidays it takes me a week _______________ up early again.

*a) to get used to getting

b) to be used to getting

c) to get used to get

d) to be used to get



109. The queue in the baker's _________________ to be so bad but now it's terrible. It must be that new chapatti bread they bake. It's delicious.

*a) didn't use

b) didn't used

c) was used

d) was used to
110. Do you mind if I ..................... your phone?

a) used

b) am using

*c) use

d) am used



111. Sorry about Kate’s strange behavior, but she’s just not used to __________ lots of people around her.
a) had

b) have


*c) having

d) has


112. Can you hear what he is .......?

*a) saying

b) speaking

c) telling

d) talking
113. She hasn't come home ........

a) still

b) already

*c) yet

d) till
114. I .......TV yesterday evening.

a) saw


b) looked

c) viewed

*d) watched

115. We live .......the city centre.

*a) near

b) next

c) by


d) nearby
116. She looks .......a famous film star.

a) as


*b) like

c) similar

d) same
117. This television gives you the .......news.

a) last


*b) latest

c) least

d) later
118. I only .......one mistake in last night's test.

*a) made

b) done

c) did


d) make
119. I want you to tell me the .......truth.

a) all


b) exact

c) real


*d) whole
120. He is looking .......a present to buy his girlfriend.

*a) for

b) at

c) in


d) on
121. That's what I would like .......Christmas.

*a) for

b) at

c) in


d) on

DRIVE CAREFULLY

121. You must not drink and then .......a car.

a) lead


*b) drive

c) take


d) guide
122. Please be .......when you cross this road.

a) careless

b) carefree

c) caring

*d) careful
123. Do what you like, I really don't ........

a) concern

b) interested

c) dislike

*d) mind
124. If you want to .......that book remember to bring it back.

*a) borrow

b) lend

c) loan


d) owe
125. When your train arrives, I'll .......you from the station.

a) take


b) bring

*c) fetch

d) remove
126. I always get .......early in the summer.

*a) up


b) over

c) through

d) on
127. When you first meet someone, you usually shake them .......the hand.

a) with


b) on

c) in


*d) by
128. I have never .......her before.

a) saw


b) seeing

*c) seen

d) see
129. The teacher asked her students to do their ........

a) housework

*b) homework

c) home duty

d) house job
130. The police officer told the children always to tell the ........

a) true


b) facts

c) information

*d) truth
FINANCIAL AND BANK EXPRESSIONS

131. Can you please .......some money until we get paid next week?

*a) lend

b) give

c) borrow

d) grant
132. I decided to invest in the commodities market as the .......on offer from bank was at an all time low.

a) increase

*b) interest

c) rent


d) tax
133. Many retailers in Jakarta refuse to exchange purchases unless you can show them your ........

a) recipe

*b) receipt

c) bill


d) change
134. My boss informed me that I had been nominated to .......a sales pitch to one of our company's largest buyers.

*a) make

b) perform

c) talk


d) do
135. I saw a very good .......advertised in the newspaper this week.

a) employment

b) occupation

c) work


*d) job
136. My wife has a .......job at the department store.

a) half-time

b) spare-time

*c) part-time

d) over-time

137. The psychiatrist gave his patient a .......for some medicine.

a) recipe

b) statement

*c) prescription

d) receipt
138. When a fire broke out at the Louvre, at least twenty .......paintings were destroyed, including two by Henri Matisse.

a) worthless

*b) priceless

c) valueless

d) useless
139. I must remember to fill in my tax .......before the end of this week.

*a) return

b) declaration

c) brochure

d) pamphlet
140. Can you take this money to the bank and make a .......for me?

a) loan


b) transaction

*c) deposit

d) withdrawal

ACTION VERBS AND SPORTS EXPRESSIONS

141. People have .......against each other in bowling for thousands of years.

a) originated

*b) competed

c) enjoyed

d) gained
142. The French probably .......tennis in about 1150.

a) developed

b) originated

c) competed

*d) invented
143. Martina Navratilova .......into one of the world's greatest tennis players.

a) excelled

b) played

*c) developed

d) established
144. Michael Schumacher has .......Formula 1 racing over the past decade.

a) competed

b) invented

*c) dominated

d) excelled
145. Helen Moody .......a record of eight Wimbledon singles titles.

*a) set

b) played

c) starred

d) defeated
146. In Germany during the Middle Ages, people .......bowling at village dances.

a) competed

b) gained

*c) enjoyed

d) brought
147. Ellen Hanson .......the first singles crown at the U.S. Open in 1887.

a) developed

b) dominated

*c) earned

d) starred
148. Mary E. Outerbridge .......the first tennis court in New York City in 1874.

a) originated

b) competed

c) dominated

*d) established
149. Alethea Gibson .......to play tennis on the streets of New York City.

a) earned

*b) learned

c) competed

d) excelled
150. In 1926 Suzanne Lenglen .......in the first U.S. professional tennis tour.

a) invented

b) learned

*c) starred

d) enjoyed

ENGLISH PREPOSITIONS EXERCISES

151. Please place the umbrella stand .......the door.

a) across

*b) beside

c) through

d) before
152. You can get extra supplies .......the stationery store.

a) with


*b) from

c) about

d) during
153. Eileen and Miranda have been best friends .......third grade.

a) after

b) during

c) from


*d) since
154. We can do this work .......any extra help.

*a) without

b) withdraw

c) with


d) within
155. Michael stood .......the other new students in his class.

*a) apart from

b) according to

c) in addition to

d) out of
156. We ran five laps .......the gym and then practiced our jump shots.

a) against

b) across

*c) around

d) among

157. During my study time, I came .......this beautiful poem.

a) past


b) over

c) onto


*d) upon
158. Will you please write about John Cabot .......Abigail Adams?

a) in front of

b) in spite of

*c) instead of

d) into
159. Everyone went outside the building .......the false alarm.

*a) because of

b) in front of

c) on top of

d) instead of
160. The airplane flew .......the storm.

a) about

*b) above

c) along

d) ahead

SIMPLE PRESENT, SIMPLE PAST, SIMPLE FUTURE

161. The candidate .......many voters when she ran for governor last year.

a) impress

*b) impressed

c) will impress


162. My father still .......heating oil from a company in Chicago.

*a) buys

b) bought

c) will buy



163. Janelle .......for the neighbours next Saturday night.

a) baby-sat

b) baby-sit

*c) will baby-sit


164. When she was younger, my grandmother .......in a mortuary.

a) works

b) will work

*c) worked


165. The athlete .......with the college track team next month.

a) trains

b) trained

*c) will train


166. The relative humidity usually .......when the temperature goes down.

*a) falls

b) fell

c) will fall


167. Next year we .......in the eighth grade.

a) are


*b) will be

c) were
168. Her best friend .......in that apartment building over there.

a) live

*b) lives



c) lived
169. Last week we .......150 newspapers.

a) delivers

*b) delivered

c) will deliver


170. Yesterday you .......you would like to learn how to knit a sweater.

*a) said

b) say

c) will say



REPORTED COMMANDS: REPORTED SPEECH
171. "Would you like to spend the weekend with us?" They .......her to spend the weekend with them.

a) advised

b) ordered

*c) invited

d) begged
172. "Could you open the window please?" She .......him to open the window.

a) reminded

b) ordered

*c) asked

d) warned
173. "Go to bed immediately!" Mary's mother .......her to go to bed immediately.

a) advised

b) begged

c) asked


*d) ordered
174. "Don't forget to post the letter!" He .......me to post the letter.

*a) reminded

b) ordered

c) begged

d) asked
175. "Park the car behind the van." The instructor .......him to park the car behind the van.

a) offered

*b) told

c) asked

d) ordered
176. "Please, please, turn down the radio!" Mark's sister .......him to turn the radio down.

a) reminded

b) ordered

c) asked

*d) begged
177. "Don't play with the matches. They're very dangerous." The teacher .......the children not to play with the matches.

a) ordered

b) asked

*c) warned

d) begged
178. "I'll give you a lift to the airport." Michelle .......to give her husband a lift to the airport.

a) refused

*b) offered

c) asked


d) begged
179. "I won't lend you any more money." Matthew .......to lend me any more money.

a) offered

b) asked

*c) refused

d) invited
180. The teacher said to her student: "You need to study harder." She .......him to study harder.

a) asked

*b) advised

c) ordered

d) begged
Comparison with as .... as

181. Teenage girls smoke almost .......boys in many of the villages in West Java.

a) as good as

b) as long as

c) as soon as

*d) as much as

182. I told my son that I would take me to the circus next week .......he keeps his promise not to fight with his sister.

a) as good as

*b) as long as

c) as soon as

d) as much as

183. You need to go to the hospital .......possible. An erratic heartbeart can be very dangerous.

a) as good as

b) as long as

*c) as soon as

d) as much as

184. Oh no! I failed all my exams last week. I'm .......dead when my parents see my final report card.

*a) as good as

b) as long as

c) as soon as

d) as much as

185. I bet you don't love me .......I love you. That would be impossible!

a) as good as

b) as long as

c) as soon as

*d) as much as

186. I will accept your marriage proposal .......you promise to love me and take care of me forever.

a) as good as

*b) as long as

c) as soon as

d) as much as

187. Rampant corruption in Indonesia will continue to happen .......the government continues to deny that the problem exists.

a) as good as

*b) as long as

c) as soon as

d) as much as

188. Many British housewives cannot understand why many British men love watching football twice .......their women.

a) as good as

b) as soon as

c) as long as

*d) as much as

189. Many anti-war protesters think that the President of the United States should withdraw his troops from Iraq......possible.

*a) as long as

b) as soon as

c) as good as

d) as much as

190. A wise man once said that a change is almost .......a holiday.

*a) as good as

b) as long as

c) as soon as

d) as much as

Passive Tense Forms

191. The castle .......built in the 15th century.

*a) was


b) is

c) has been

d) will be

192. Is he .......arrested as we speak?

a) be


b) been

*c) being

d) will be

193. All these houses .......neglected for decades.

a) will be

b) are being

c) has been

*d) have been

194. There's no question that they .......delighted when they see her tomorrow.

a) have been

*b) will be

c) had been

d) will have been

195. That building .......left unoccupied since 1950.

a) would be

b) would being

*c) has been

d) will be

196. The children .......taken to school by bus every day.

*a) are


b) have

c) was


d) had

197. I can assure you that this box .......never been opened before I opened this morning.

a) was


b) will

c) is


*d) had

198. That ceremony .......enacted on Tuesday next.

a) has been

b) is

*c) is being



d) have

199. How many times have you .......your house broken into?

a) been


*b) had

c) be


d) have

200. I'm sorry you can't come in at the moment because we .......the house decorated right now.

a) have had

b) will have

c) had


*d) are having
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