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100

A crowd watched as Kingman squeezes dollops of paint from several tubes into a tin.

A) NO CHANGE 

B) had watched 

C) would watch

D) watches

D) watches

100

Select the correct option:

A) The twins eat cereal for breakfast. 

B) The twins eats cereal for breakfast. 

C) The twins eating cereal for breakfast. 

D) The twins ateing cereal for breakfast. 

A) The twins eat cereal for breakfast.

100
He asked the cook "do you have bread"?


A) NO CHANGE

B) cook, "do you have bread?"

C) cook, "Do you have bread?"

D) cook, "do you have bread"?


C) cook, "Do you have bread?"

100

Jim is the fastest runner in the class. He wins all of the races. 

A) Jim is the fastest runner in the class because he wins all of the races.

B) Jim is the fastest runner, he wins all of the races.

C) Jim is the fastest runner; he wins all of the races. 

D) Jim is the fastest runner and he wins all of the races. 

C) Jim is the fastest runner; he wins all of the races. 

100

He warmly welcomed us, and seemed to have a great sense of humor. 

A) passive, complex

B) passive, compound

C) active, complex

D) active, compound

D) active, compound

200

Select the correct option:

A) When I wake up, it was sunny.

B) When I woke up, it was sunny.

C) When I waking up, it was sunny.

D) When I waking, it was sunny.

B) When I woke up, it was sunny. 

200

Select the correct option:

A) Tomorrow, I are going to the zoo.

B) Tomorrow, we are going to the zoo.

C) Tomorrow, I is going to the zoo.

D) Tomorrow, we is going to the zoo.

B) Tomorrow, we are going  to the zoo.

200

Yogurt manufacturers, food scientists; and government officials, are also working together to develop additional solutions. 

A) NO CHANGE

B) scientists: and 

C) scientists, and,

D) scientists, and

D) scientists, and

200

She founded it after seeing a photo of a child. It appeared to be screaming in pain. 

A) She founded it after seeing a photo of a child, it appeared to be screaming in pain.

B) She founded it after seeing a photo of a child who appeared to be screaming in pain.

C) She founded it after seeing a photo of a child and appeared to be screaming in pain.

D) She founded it after seeing a photo of a child which appeared to be screaming in pain. 

B) She founded it after seeing a photo of a child who appeared to be screaming in pain.
200

Much of the argument revolves around the lack of records surrounding William Shakespeare of Stratford. 

A) active, simple

B) active, complex

C) passive, complex

D) passive, simple

A) active, simple

300

When Sarah graduates from university next year, she learned English for nearly four years. 

A) NO CHANGE

B) learns

C) learning

D) will have learned

D) will have learned

300

Select the correct option:

A) The family like to get popcorn. 

B) The family liking to get popcorn.

C) The family likes to get popcorn.

D) The family was like to popcorn.

C) The family likes to get popcorn.

300

The name Kingman was selected for its two parts, “king” and “man”; Cantonese for “scenery” and “composition.” 

A) NO CHANGE 

B) parts: “king” and “man,” 

C) parts “king” and “man”;

D) parts; “king” and “man”

B) parts: "king" and "man,"

300

I was late for work. There was a problem at the bank.

A) I was late for work because there was a problem at the bank. 

B) There was a problem at the bank because I was late for work. 

C) I was late for work and there was a problem at the bank. 

D) There was a problem at the bank and I was late for work. 

A) I was late for work because there was a problem at the bank. 

300

The uncertainty principle was formulated by Werner Heisenberg.

A) active, compound

B) active, simple

C) passive, compound

D) passive, simple

D) passive, simple

400

Hardly had the president finished his speech when gunshots storm the stadium. 

A) NO CHANGE

B) storms

C) stormed

D) storming

C) stormed

400

Select the correct option:

A) John be told that he couldn't meet Daisy anymore.

B) John was told that he couldn't meet Daisy anymore.

C) John are told that he couldn't meet Daisy anymore. 

D) John were told that he couldn't meet Daisy anymore.

B) John was told that he couldn't meet Daisy anymore. 

400

His fine brushwork conveys detailed street-level activity: a peanut vendor pushing his cart on the sidewalk, a pigeon pecking for crumbs around a fire hydrant, an old man tending to a baby outside a doorway. 

A) NO CHANGE 

B) hydrant— 

C) hydrant: 

D) hydrant

A) NO CHANGE

400

There is no time left. I can try to get you in using my pass. 

A) There is no time left, and I can try to get you in using my pass. 

B) I can try to get you in using my pass because there is no time left. 

C) There is no time left; however, I can try to get you in using my pass.

D) I can try to get you in using my pass; therefore, there is no time left. 

C) There is no time left; however, I can try to get you in using my pass.

400

Rules are made to be broken.

A) passive, simple

B) passive, complex

C) active, complex

D) active, simple

A) passive, simple

500

Animal behaviorists interpret how individuals or whole populations of animals eat, move, rest, play, and relating to their environment

(A) NO CHANGE

(B) environmental relation of animals

(C) the way in which they relate to their environment

(D) relate to their environment

D) relate to their environment

500

When any one of these changes occur, it is likely the result of careful analysis conducted by transportation planners. 

A) NO CHANGE 

B) occur, they are 

C) occurs, they are 

D) occurs, it is

B) occur, they are

500

During his career, Kingman exhibited his work 21 internationally. He garnered much acclaim. 

A) internationally, and Kingman also garnered 

B) internationally; from exhibiting, he garnered 

C) internationally but garnered 

D) internationally, garnering

A) internationally, and Kingman also garnered

500

Everyone was worried I wouldn't be safe. I boarded the plane in New York boldly. 

A) Everyone was worried I wouldn't be safe, and I boarded the plane in New York boldly.

B) Everyone was worried I wouldn't be safe but I boarded the plane in New York boldly. 

C) Although, everyone was worried I wouldn't be safe, I boarded the plane in New York boldly.

D) Although everyone was worried I wouldn't be safe, I boarded the plane in New York boldly

D) Although everyone was worried I wouldn't be safe, I boarded the plane in New York boldly

500

The votes are in, and ballots have been counted. 

A) active, compound

B) active, simple

C) passive, compound

D) passive, simple

C) passive, compound

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