Final Project,Isfahan University,Isfahan,Iran.

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Final Project,Isfahan University,Isfahan,Iran.

  1. 1. Part A: Grammar<br />Direction: Question 1-10 are incomplete sentences. Beneath each sentence you will see four words or phrases, marked (1, 2, 3), and (4). Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence, and then mark the correct choice.<br /><ul><li>1-The team..... he is selected is going to play early next week.
  2. 2. 1) which2) that</li></ul> 3) for which4) for that<br /> 2-The employee who was not let ….. the office earlier was made ….. more. <br /> 1) leave – work2) to leave – work<br /> 3) leave - to work 4) to leave – to work<br /><ul><li> 3-Only after posting the letter did I remember that I ….. to put on a stamp.</li></ul> 1) have forgotten2) will forget<br /> 3) would forget4) had forgotten<br /> 4- I joined the crowd of people ….. in line outside the stadium to get the tickets for the <br /> football match. <br /> 1) standing2) stood<br /> 3) who stand4) were standing <br /> 5- This is the pair of shoes which I have to ….. to Diane.<br /> 1) give back2) give it back<br /> 3) give them back4) give back them<br /> 6- Can you turn off ….. ,please? I am trying to sleep.<br /> 1) a light2) the light<br /> 3) some lights4) light<br /> 7- “Can I take another piece of cake?”<br /> “Of course. Help ….. !”<br /> 1) yourselves2) yours<br /> 3) you4) your self<br />8- “When is Peter going to have the job interview?”<br /> “Well, he may ….. at this very moment. I hope he can pass it.”<br /><ul><li>Be interviewing2) be being interviewed
  3. 3. have interviewed4) have been interviewing</li></ul>9- Which sentence is grammatically wrong?<br /><ul><li>The company has declared the new rules.
  4. 4. The company has been declared the new rules.
  5. 5. The company have declared the new rules.
  6. 6. The company is going to declare the new rules.</li></ul>10- We ….. the car for 6 months when we discovered it ….. .<br /> 1) owned, stolen2) had owned, stealing <br /> 3) had owned, has been stolen4) owned, had been stolen<br />Part B: Vocabulary<br />Direction: Questions 11 – 20 are incomplete sentences. Beneath each sentence you will see four words or phrases, marked (1, 2, 3), and (4). Choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence, and then mark the correct choice.<br />11- If the population continues to expand, hunger will be the ….. result.<br /> 1) inevitable2) isolated<br /> 3) sophisticated4) mysterious<br />12- Fuel prices have become more ….. after several increases last year.<br /> 1) sociable2) beneficial<br /> 3) stable4) considerate<br />13- He told me to turn off the electrical ….. before going out.<br /> 1) structure2) technology<br /> 3) equipment4) calendar<br />14- The use of audiovisual materials in foreign language teaching has been on of the most <br /> important ….. in recent years.<br /> 1) methods2) proportions<br /> 3) vehicles4) combinations<br />15- The drug is effective but has a ….. to cause headaches.<br /> 1) pressure2) requirement<br /> 3) tendency4) junction<br />16- A director can not expect to have much time to ….. to personal matters.<br />1) devote2) concentrate<br /> 3) persist4) insist<br />17- The idea of getting reach quickly ….. him to invest his life savings.<br /> 1) treated2) terminated<br /> 3) tramped4) tempted<br />18- You will have to repeat the course because your work has been ….. .<br /> 1) unsatisfactory2) unnecessary<br /> 3) unfortunate4) unforgiving<br />19- The young man sustained just minimal injuries in the car accident. The underlined word <br /> means.<br /> 1) revived2) suffered<br /> 3) provided4) caused<br />20- Those who ….. were little more than skin and bone.<br /> 1) emphasized2) survived<br /> 3) spent4) afforded<br />

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