1 1) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: You are so young! You still have to know the ropes! a) To learn how to deal with a task; b) To know the truth; c) To know who rules here. 2) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: I m over the moon! Mark invited me to dinner! a) To be overjoyed; b) To be careless; c) To be absent-minded. 3) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: It sticks out like a sore thumb! a) To be strange; b) To be very obvious; c) To insist. 4) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: Last year I spent two months in Arabia and got to Know about their very strange customs. Do as the Romans do! a) Behave as the Romans used to; b) Go and conquer foreign countries; c) Each country or nation has got its own customs. 5) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: She spent all her money in jewels and now she asks for credit. Who cares?. a) It s really important to me; b) It doesn t matter to me at all; c) How interesting!. 6) Fill in the blanks with one of the words suggested: The world s greatest athletes should be coming to the Olympics. a) Through; b) Round; c) No Word. 7) Fill in the blanks with one of the words suggested: My granfather handed his football boots to me when he died. a) Over; b) Down; c) No Word. 8) Fill in the blanks with one of the words suggested: The match is next week so we d better get to some serious practice. a) Down; b) Out; c) No word.
2 9) Fill in the blanks with one of the words suggested: The famous footballer finally made the decision to retire. a) Out; b) Up; c) No word. 10) Fill in the blanks with one of the words suggested: I thought the goalkeeper did a great job for the first half. a) Out; b) Off; c) No word. 11) Select the correct answer: Which word is a singular countable noun? a) Teens; b) Teenager; c) Teenagers. 12) Select the correct answer: Which word is an uncountable noun? a) Advice; b) Advise; c) Advises. 13) Select the correct answer: Which word is a negative adverbe? a) Unhappy; b) Unhappily; c) Unhappiness. 14) Select the correct answer: Which word is an infinitive? a) Approval; b) Disapprove; c) Disapproving. 15) Select the correct answer: Which word is a reflexive pronoun? a) They; b) Their; c) Themselves. 16) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: It was such expensive a computer game that I had to save up for weeks for it. a) It was such expensive a computer game; b) I had to save up; c) For weeks for it.
3 17) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: Scarcely hadn t we entered the departement store when I realised I couldn t find Daryl anywhere. I was frantic with worry. a) Scarcely hadn t we entered the departement store; b) I realised I couldn t find Daryl anywhere; c) I was frantic with worry. 18) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: Richard invented a new way of producing energy while then at university. a) Richard invented a new way; b) Of producing energy; c) While then at university. 19) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: I ve been trying to fix the washing machine all morning and now I m having rather annoyed with it. a) I ve been trying to fix b) The washing machine all morning c) Now I m having rather annoyed with it. 20) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: McDougal s are thinking of introducing a new computer system, even since that means that some people will lose their jobs. a) McDougal s are thinking of introducing a new computer system; b) even since that means; c) some people will lose their jobs. 21) Choose the correct verb: As soon as I have the car cleaned, I ll drive you to your computer lesson. a) Done; b) Made; c) Had. 22) Choose the correct verb: Please don t put me on hold I have already waiting for fifteen minutes. a) Been; b) Done; c) Had. 23) Choose the correct verb: Actually, Martha wrote this computer programme, but I give her some help. a) Was; b) Did; c) Have. 24) Choose the correct verb: He would have able to exchange it if he d kept his receipt. a) Had; b) No word; c) Been.
4 25) Choose the correct verb: You supposed to do your computing homework, not surf the internet! a) Had; b) Did; c) were. 26) Choose the intruder: a) Fool/ full; b) Dew/ due; c) Career/ carrier. 27) Choose the intruder: a) Flour/ flower; b) Flash/ flesh; c) Hall/ haul. 28) Choose the intruder: a) Fool/ full; b) Peace/ piece; c) Reign/ rain. 29) Choose the intruder: a) Sail/ sale; b) Last/ lust; c) Thyme/ time. 30) Choose the intruder: a) Lawyer/ layer; b) Pull/ pool; c) To die/ To dye. 31) Select the right synonym of the word: To nibble. a) To chew; b) To sip; c) To imbibe. 32) Select the right synonym of the word: Odd. a) Unholy; b) Harmful; c) Quaint. 33) Select the right synonym of the word: Noisy. a) Boorish; b) Smothery; c) Disorderly.
5 34) Select the right synonym of the word: To shear. a) To couple; b) To trim; c) To link. 35) Select the right synonym of the word: Eager. a) Enthusiastic; b) Painful; c) ill. 36) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To make up for. a) To provide something good, so that bad seems less important; b) To write all the necessary information on a document such as a cheque; c) To became friendly with someone again after an argument. 37) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To put off. a) To make something stop burning; b) To make someone not want to do something, or make someone not like someone or something; c) If you put on weight, you become fatter. 38) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To bring in. a) To produce new product and start to sell it; b) To be the cause of something bad, especially an illness; c) To introduce a new law or system. 39) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To pull out. a) To stop being involved in an activity, event or situation; b) If a vehicle or driver pulls in somewhere, they stop there; c) To manage to stay alive after you have been very ill or very badly injured. 40) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To make for. a) To escape with something, especially something stolen; b) To move towards a place; c) To pretend that something is true. 41) Choose the correct conclusion: I ve got lots of work to do, and I m tired, but I can t stop. a) I wish I had taken a rest; b) I wish I could take a rest; c) I wish I would take a rest.
6 42) Choose the correct conclusion: I wasn t paying attention in class, and now I can t do my homework. a) I wish I listened to my teacher; b) I wish I d listened my teacher; c) I wish I listen to my teacher. 43) Choose the correct conclusion: Sarah painted her room green, but she doesn t like it. a) She wishes she d painted it blue; b) She wishes she painted it blue; c) She wishes she paint it blue. 44) Choose the correct conclusion: You promised not to tell anyone my secrets but you did!.. a) I wish I hadn t told you; b) I wish I didn t tell you; c) I wish I told you. 45) Choose the correct conclusion: This is a very puzzling problem!.. a) I wish I d known the answer; b) I wish I knew the answer; c) I wish I had known the answer. 46) Choose the share that isn t necessary: My wallet has been stolen by someone. a) My wallet; b) Has been; c) By someone. 47) Choose the share that isn t necessary: Two letters were delivered this morning by the postman. a) Two letters; b) This morning; c) By the postman. 48) Choose the share that isn t necessary: The book that John was reading was a bit frightening. a) The book; b) That; c) A bit frightening. 49) Choose the share that isn t necessary: The film which we saw last week was much better than this one. a) Which; b) Much; c) This one.
7 50) Choose the share that isn t necessary: The girl who I sit next to in class in my best friend. a) Who; b) Next; c) To. 51) Choose the sentence that can t have the passive form: a) We build hundreds of houses every year; b) The police arrested one protester; c) Mary decided to stay at home. 52) Choose the sentence that can t have the passive form: a) Nobody knows Tim s real name; b) Jane walks to school; b) Pat caught a big fish. 53) Choose the sentence that can t have the passive form: a) Alex sings in a rock group; b) David broke a coffee cup; c) Sharon brought a chocolate cake. 54) Choose the sentence that can t have the passive form: a) Alan put up the new shelves; b) Ann sat down on a wall; c) The authorities are questioning two men. 55) Choose the sentence that can t have the passive form: a) Peter left before the end; b) They will play the match on Wednesday evening; c) We have chosen Helen as the new president. 56) Choose the correct form: I m having my hair tomorrow. a) Cutting; b) Cut; c) To have cut. 57) Choose the correct form: A few days ago Paul phoned me and whether I looking after his dog when he away. a) Asked me, would mind, went; b) Said me, want, went; c) Asked me, will help, will go. 58) Choose the correct form: Diana was not very surprised, she thought that her aunt must have been busy to meet her the station. a) As, so, at; b) So, so, to; c) As, too, at.
8 59) Choose the correct form: The next morning he cancelled the appointment and, after he, said that he the dog to my house at a) Had apologised, would bring; b) Asked, brings; c) Has done, brought. 60) Choose the correct form: When the bus in a small square, Helen her magazine and didn t realise that she at her destination. a) Has stopped, was reading, has arrived; b) Stopped, was reading, had arrived; c) Was stopped, read, arrived. 61) Fill in the blanks with one of the words (or the words) suggested: Everybody was annoyed her her offensive remark. a) With, about; b) With, on; c) About, with. 62) Fill in the blanks with one of the words (or the words) suggested: You him: he was only five minutes late for supper. a) Needn t rebuke; b) Didn t need to rebuke; c) Needn t have rebuked. 63) Fill in the blanks with one of the words (or the words) suggested: In this shop you can really choose a wide range of articles. You look amazed it! a) From, at; b) Among, on; c) From, on. 64) Fill in the blanks with one of the words (or the words) suggested: I wish I the right choice. Now it s too late. a) Made; b) Had made; c) Could make. 65) Fill in the blanks with one of the words (or the words) suggested: No sooner his teacher than he hid. a) Does he see; b) Did he see; c) Would he see. 66) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: It s time you settle and get a decent job: you re 35 years old! a) Are settling and getting; b) Settled and got; c) Will settle and get.
9 67) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: If you dry a smooth paste made of sand, lime and water it will form a hard layer. a) Forms; b) Will be forming; c) Formed. 68) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: I feel completely worn off as I have been looking after ten kids all day! a) Wear off; b) Wearing off; c) Worn out. 69) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: No sooner he arrived than his team warmly welcomed him. a) He did arrive; b) He had arrived; c) Did he arrive. 70) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: Calm down! There s no need of shouting your children! a) To shout at your children; b) On shouting at your children; c) For you to shout your children. 71) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: You were right. The company I worked for was not going bankrupt. If I had taken your advice now I wouldn t look for another job. a) The company I worked; b) I had taken your advice; c) I wouldn t look. 72) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: Investigators have ruled murder up, but are still questioning some people. They are carrying out a difficult investigation, but are sure they will find their man. a) Have ruled murder up; b) Are still questioning; c) They will find their man. 73) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: She worked in a firm producing stuffing to be put inside pillows and cushions in order them to be filled in and make them firm. a) Firm producing stuffing; b) To be put inside pillows; c) Them to be filled in. 74) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: He blamed her for having him swindled. If he weren t so gullible he wouldn t have believed the lies she told him and might live a happier life. a) Having him swindled; b) Weren t so gullible; c) Wouldn t have believed the lies.
10 75) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: The disaster s gravity was so unexpected that it may have killed more than people. Tragedy seems to be routine in those territories. a) The disaster s gravity; b) May have killed; c) seems to be. 76) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Luncheon voucher. a) Someone who organized promotional campaigns for a company; b) A prehistoric animal; c) A piece of paper used to pay meals in a restaurant. 77) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Vacuum Cleaner. a) An electric machine which removes dirt by sucking it; b) A soap used to clear away grease stains; c) A machine that does the washing-up. 78) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To acquit. a) To let someone free to do what they want. b) To buy something; c) To declare that someone did not commit a crime. 79) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Write-off. a) A vehicle that after an accident is so badly damaged that it isn t worth repairing; b) To record a loss in the credits; c) To send a letter to an organization to enquire about their production. 80) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To apprehend. a) To understand; b) To catch; c) To learn. 81) Choose the correct sentence: a) You can use my car unless you drive carefully; b) You can use my car as long as you drive carefully; c) You can use my car provided you drive carefully. 82) Choose the correct sentence: a) I am playing tennis tomorrow provided it isn t raining; b) I am playing tennis tomorrow as long as it isn t raining; c) I am playing tennis tomorrow unless it isn t raining. 83) Choose the correct sentence: a) Unless they are with an adult, children aren t allowed to use the swimming pool; b) As long as they are with an adult, children aren t allowed to use the swimming pool; c) Provided they are with an adult, children aren t allowed to use the swimming pool.
11 84) Choose the correct sentence: a) I didn t watch television unless I gave got nothing else to do; b) I didn t watch television as long as I gave got nothing else to do; c) I didn t watch television provided I gave got nothing else to do. 85) Choose the correct sentence: a) You aren t allowed to the club unless you are a member; b) You aren t allowed to the club provided you are a member; c) You aren t allowed to the club as long as you are a member. 86) Guess the right preposition: George Orwell s books have been translated. many languages. a) In; b) Into; c) With. 87) Guess the right preposition: A strange thing happened me a few days ago. a) In; b) Into; c) To. 88) Guess the right preposition: Mark decided to give up sports so that he could concentrate his studies. a) On; b) In; c) To, 89) Guess the right preposition: I don t believe. working very hard: it s not worth it. a) In; b) On; c) With. 90) Guess the right preposition: What s that music? I know it s Beethoven, but I can t remember what it is called. a) By; b) In; c) On. 91) Select the meaning of the underlined part of sentence: He s always so elegant! Yes, blood is thicker than water. a) Blood is better than water; b) Class is not typical of anyone; c) Blood sticks out a mile away.
12 92) Select the meaning of the underlined part of sentence: Please, have a glance at this sentence. It s as clear as mud! a) It s so obvious; b) It s not clear at all; c) It s very clear. 93) Select the meaning of the underlined part of sentence: Excuse-me, sir, would you mind taking me a photo, please? Not in the slightest! a) A little bit; b) Sure; c) Not in the least. 94) Choose the plural of the word: Leaf. a) Leaf; b) Leaves; c) Leafs. 95) Choose the plural of the word: Shelf. a) Shelfs; b) Shefve; c) Shelves. 96) Select the correct form of the verb: To upset. a) To upset, upsed, upsed; b) To upset; upsept, upsept; c) To upset, upset, upset. 97) Select the correct form of the verb: To dig. a) To dig, dig, dig. b) To dig, dag, dogen; c) To dig, dug, dug. 98) Select the correct form of the verb: To tear. a) To tear, tear, tear; b) To tear, torn, torn; c) To tear, tore, torn. 99) Select the correct form of the verb: To spin. a) To spin, spin, spin; b) To spin, spun, spun; c) To spin, spint, spint.
13 100) Select the correct form of the verb: To sink. a) To sink, sink, sink; b) To sink, sank, sunk; c) To sink, sink, sinkken. 101) Select the wrong word: Economy. a) Bondholder; b) Bankruptcy; c) Smart. 102) Select the wrong word: Economy. a) Loan; b) Mortgage; c) Tap. 103) Select the wrong word: Tools. a) Rust ; b) Clamp; c) Hammer. 104) Select the wrong word: Jobs. a) Fitter; b) Smith; c) Spanner. 105) Select the wrong word: Car. a) Engine; b) Trowel; c) Steering-wheel. 106) Select the wrong synonym of the word: Spirit. a) Phantom; b) Vigour; c) Wit. 107) Select the wrong synonym of the word: To look at. a) To perceive; b) To see; c) To notice.
14 108) Select the wrong synonym of the word: Even. a) Straightforward; b) Plain; c) Still. 109) Select the wrong synonym of the word: To shine. a) To bright; b) To twinkle; c) To light. 110) Select the wrong synonym of the word: To assert. a) To see; b) To establish; c) To perceive. 111) Complete the sentence: Paul wears glasses a) Because he can t see very well; b) Because the sun hurts his eyes; c) Because she likes to be in fashion. 112) Complete the sentence: Paul works in a bank and usually wears a.. a) Formal; b) Dress; c) Suit. 113) Complete the sentence: In cities the air is hard to breathe because of car.. a) Exhaust fumes; b) Global warming; c) Litter. 114) Complete the sentence: The factory workers asked for a rise in their. a) Income; b) Reward; c) Wages. 115) Complete the sentence: I m sorry, but we don t accept credit cards, only. a) Cash; b) Coins; c) Money.
15 116) Choose the wrong form: a) Good, better, the best; b) Well, better, the best; c) Dry, drier, the drist. 117) Choose the wrong form: a) Happy, happier, the happiest; b) Big, bigger, the biggest; c) Badly, worse, the worset. 118) Choose the wrong form: a) Easy, easier, the easiest; b) Little, liss, the least; c) Modern, more modern, the most modern. 119) Choose the wrong form: a) Far, farter, the fartest; b) Bad, worse, the worst; c) Well, better, the best. 120) Choose the wrong form: a) Far, furter, furtest ; b) Common, commoner, the commonest; c) Common, more common, the most common. 121) Fill in the blanks with the words suggested: When I a child, I play darts. a) Were, could; b) Was, can; c) Was, could. 122) Fill in the blanks with the words suggested: Sharon Liz wants to tell them the truth. They fear their reaction. a) Either, or; b) Neither, nor; c) Both, Both. 123) Fill in the blanks with the words suggested: Have they accepted your invitation? Yes, it seems that is coming. We are spending the night together. a) Everybody, all, full; b) All, Each, whole; c) All, everybody, whole. 124) Fill in the blanks with the words suggested: Our boss is complaining Jean her unreliability Well, the chairman doesn t agree him the decision to give her the sack. a) To, about, with, for; b) To, about, with, about; c) To, about, to, about.
16 125) Fill in the blanks with the words suggested: you already your bed? a) Have, made; b) Do, make; c) Did, make. 126) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: How long has she restored frescos? a) Has she been restoring; b) She has restoring; c) Did she restore. 127) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: Someone s taken my dictionary. Who is, could they please give it back to me! a) Who was; b) Whoever it was; c) Whoever was. 128) Complete the following sentence: The man sitting next to me on the plane was nervous because he before. a) Hasn t flown; b) Didn t fly; c) Hadn t flown. 129) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: Don t believe her when she says she s got stomachache. She is putting it off. a) Putting on; b) Put it off; c) Putting off it. 130) Correct the underlined part of sentence with one of the following solutions: There are very things to do. a) Lots; b) Many; c) A lot of. 131) Find the synonym of the word: To seem. a) To appear; b) To sound; c) To smell. 132) Find the synonym of the word: To search. a) To look for; b) To send for; c) To try.
17 133) Find the synonym of the word: Hereabouts. a) Here; b) About; c) Surroundings. 134) Find the synonym of the word: Income. a) Output; b) Profit; c) Revenue. 135) Find the synonym of the word: Assets. a) Payments; b) Possessions; c) Settlements. 136) Find the right antonym of the word: Convict. a) Accused; b) Sentenced; c) Acquitted. 137) Find the right antonym of the word: Hell. a) Evil; b) God; c) Heaven. 138) Find the right antonym of the word: Conversely. a) Really; b) However; c) Actually. 139) Find the right antonym of the word: Debt. a) Loan; b) Credit; c) Draft. 140) Find the right antonym of the word: Previous. a) Following; b) After; c) Last.
18 141) Find the word that completes the proportion: To buy : to sell = to spend : x. a) To receive; b) To save; c) To earn. 142) Find the word that completes the proportion: Manufacture : supply = x : demand. a) Needs; b) Food; c) Goods. 143) Find the word that completes the proportion: Out of date : old = x : new. a) In the date; b) Trendy; c) Young. 144) Find the word that completes the proportion: Exchange (rate) : x = dictionary : languages. a) Customs; b) Money; c) Currencies. 145) Find the word that completes the proportion: X : to lay off = murder : y. a) Kick backs, to kill; b) Money, corpse; c) Blackmail, to kill. 146) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Factory. a) Industry; b) A building where goods are produced; c) A firm. 147) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Headway. a) A wind that progresses the opposite direction to the one in which you re moving; b) The result of progressing towards achieving something; c) A word followed by a phrase which explains the word s meaning. 148) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Answering machine. a) An action that is done or said in response of something; b) A device used to test your body s response to a stimulus; c) A device that records telephone calls.
19 149) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: Outbreak. a) A couple s split; b) A gap between two or more things; c) A sudden occurrence of something such as a war or disease. 150) Select the right meaning of the word or expression: To sign. a) To write one s name down on a paper; b) To draw lines anywhere; c) To rule straight lines. 151) Complete the following sentence: What is the name of the man.. car I borrowed? a) Who; b) Whom; c) Whose. 152) Complete the following sentence: A cemetery is a place people are buried. a) Who; b) Whom; c) Where. 153) Complete the following sentence: I don t know the name of the woman to.. I spoke on the telephone. a) Who; b) Whom; c) Whose. 154) Complete the following sentence: We all did well in the rang left the building immediately. a) Everybody; b) Everyone; c) Everything. 155) Complete the following sentence: Nothing has changed... is the same as it was. a) Everything; b) Everybody; c) Everyone. 156) Choose the sentence written in the right order: a) Yesterday we went for a picnic in the open air; b) We went yesterday for a picnic in the open air; c) We went for a picnic yesterday in the open air.
20 157) Complete the following sentence: The fire spread through the building quickly but everybody. a) Was able to escape; b) Managed to escape; c) Could escape. 158) Choose the sentence written in the right order: a) At the party I didn t see you on Saturday night; b) I didn t see you on Saturday night at the party; c) I didn t see you at the party on Saturday night. 159) Choose the sentence written in the right order: a) Did you clean every weekend the house?; b) Did you clean the house every weekend?; c) Every weekend did you clean the house?. 160) Choose the sentence written in the right order: a) We walked all morning around the town; b) We walked around the town all morning; c) All morning we walked around the town. 161) Select the right meaning of the sentence: You mustn t tell me lies! a) You don t like telling lies; b) You usually tell lies; c) You never tell lies. 162) Select the right meaning of the sentence: That s by far the most exciting story I ve ever listened to in my life. a) The story excited me very little; b) I ve listened to better stories before; c) I ve never listened to such an exciting story before. 163) Select the right meaning of the sentence: I m afraid we ll have to go up the stairs as the lift won t work. a) The lift is out of order; b) The lift refuses to work; c) The lift makes you save time. 164) Select the right meaning of the sentence: Turn in the other way round! a) Play it around; b) Hang around; c) Make it face the other way. 165) Select the right meaning of the sentence: When he was a child he used to help his family make both ends meet and couldn t go to school. a) He received no education because his family couldn t afford it; b) His family compelled him to work; c) His family would make him go to school but he didn t want to.
21 166) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: They decided, out of the blue, to sing old songs in the street. a) Unexpectedly; b) Predictably; c) Distinctly. 167) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: Don t worry! Pull yourself together! a) Wear a sweater; b) Come on; c) Control yourself. 168) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: Why do you still hold it against him? a) To deal severely with someone for something wrong they did; b) To hesitate before doing something against someone; c) To take one s revenge on someone. 169) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: Brenda and William fell in love. Birds of a feather flock together! a) The two persons will never get on well together; b) The two persons perfectly fit one another; c) They have decided to fly abroad. 170) Select the meaning of the underlined part of the sentence: Every now and then he comes and sees us. a) Always; b) Once in a while; c) Seldom. 171) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: On my birthdays I have the dinner with my grandparents. I generally have a party with my friends in the evening. a) On my birthdays; b) I have the dinner; c) I generally have. 172) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: What a warm day today! What about having an ice cream? I d prefer have an iced drink a) What a warm day; b) What about having an ice cream; c) I d prefer have. 173) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: The life-cycle of something such as an idea or organization is the series of developments that take place in it from its begins until to the end of its usefulness. a) Something such as. b) That take place; c) From its begins until to the end;
22 174) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: This morning I got a cheque in the post which I wasn t expecting, for some work, which I did a long time ago. a) I got a cheque; b) which I wasn t expecting; c) For some work, which I did. 175) Select the underlined part of the sentence that contains a mistake: My childrens cries of excitements woke me up in the middle of the night. They had found a bird s nest. a) My childrens cries; b) Woke me up; c) They had found. 176) Choose the plural of the word: Glass. a) Glasses; b) Glassis; c) Glassies. 177) Choose the plural of the word: Church. a) Churchus; b) Churches; c) Churchis. 178) Choose the plural of the word: Box. a) Boxes; b) Boxs; c) Boxis. 179) Choose the plural of the word: Lady. a) Ladies; b) Ladis; c) Ladys. 180) Choose the plural of the word: Bus. a) Buss; b) Busies; c) Buses. 181) Select the correct form of the verb: To arise. a) To arise, arose, arisen; b) To arise, arisen, arisen. c) To arise, arose, arose.
23 182) Select the correct form of the verb: To fly. a) To fly, flow, flown; b) To fly, flew, flown; c) To fly, flew, flew. 183) Select the correct form of the verb: To stand. a) To stand, stood, stood; b) To stand, stadoon, standoon; c) To stand, stood, stodden. 184) Select the correct form of the verb: To steal. a) To steal, stole, stolen; b) To steal, steal, steal; c) To steal, steal, stealen. 185) Select the correct form of the verb: To choose. a) To choose, choose, choose; b) To choose, choose, choosen; c) To choose, chose, chosen. 186) Choose the singular of the word: Teeth. a) Theeths; b) Tooth; c) Thooth. 187) Choose the singular of the word: Feet. a) Foots; b) Fhoot; c) Foot. 188) Choose the singular of the word: Geese. a) Goos; b) Goose; c) Gees. 189) Choose the singular of the word: Lice. a) Louse; b) Lous; c) Lousen.
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