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  1. 1. 1.The presence of strong feeling, the cause of whichA is not fully understood, always has the effectB of making weC human beingsD uneasy. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />2. The new law is tooA stringent; itB will beC neither respected orD obeyed. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />3. I do not wish to makeA a formal complaint, but I would have been better pleasedB if you gaveC the award to the person whoD best deserved it. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />1. After you have writtenA a definition in your vocabulary notebook, add a fewB ways to use the word orC a sentence to illustrate it'sD meaning. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />2. The tribesmen made offerings to placateA the gods, whomB, they believed, wereC angry with themD. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />3. Many physicists initially regardedA quantum theory asB unnatural, absurd, andC incompatible toD common sense. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />1. From ancient timesA, sculpture had beenB considered the prerogativeC of men, and even now, in some parts of the world, women sculptors faceD hostility and suspicion. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />2. It is an old criticism of the medical profession that theyA have consideredB the symptoms and causes ofC disease without sufficient reference toD the causes of health. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />3. According toA Hume, it is not logic and reasoning thatB determineC our actions, butD emotion. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />1. The ornate pillars and life-sizeA statues that the magnate has chosenB to adorn hisC swimming pool are like a Greek templeD. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />2. Sonia Gandhi stepped asideA just as she had securedB the Prime Minister's position, andC, in the process, assertingD her moral superiority. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />3. It will beA hard to soothe your mother now that you have so aggravatedB her by refusing to take her eminentlyC sensible adviceD. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />4. Choose the answer that identifies the tense of the verb in the sentence.<br />Have you tried a new vegetable lately?a) past.<br />b) present perfect.<br />c) past perfect. D) past progressive.<br />1. The general reported thatA, as a result ofB financial constraints, lessC soldiers would be sent onD peace-keeping missions this year. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />2. None of the presents I receivedA on my birthday this year wasB equallyC as memorable as the necklace you gaveD me last year. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />3. The racing champion hadA made no mentionB in hisC speech of the mechanics on whomD his success had depended. No errorE.<br />A. B. C. D. E. <br />1. Everyone are excited about the party next weekend, and I am definitely one of the people who are going. No Error <br />A) are <br />b) about <br />C) and <br />D) who <br />E) No Error <br />2. Choose the verb that best completes the sentence.<br />No one __________ the teacher�s question.<br />a) is answeringb) have answeredc) answeringd) will have been answering<br />3. Choose the verb that best completes the sentence.<br />I __________ your cell phone number for hours now!<br />a) trying.b) have been tryingc) am tryingd) will have been trying<br />4. Choose the answer that identifies the form of the verb in the sentence.<br />Cindy is painting her room purple.a) present.<br />b) present participle.<br />c) Past.<br />d) past participle.<br />

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