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Question 1

Comment

“There were few mice in the garden."

positional phrase
indefinite article
preposition
retrodefinite quantifier

Question 2
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“She always asks for more chocolate milk.”

present perfect
present progressive
simple present
present round

Question 3
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Which of the following is an adverb?

filled
tired
fast
rough

Question 4
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“I never buy milk on Wednesdays.”

noun phrase
adverb
adjective
comparative noun

Question 5
Comment

Which of the following forms of “to run” is in the past perfect

has run
is running
have run
hadn't run

Question 6
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“I’ve always wanted to go swimming in a lake.”

infinitive
verb praxis
gerund
unfinitive

Question 7
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“Photoreceptors make use of an enzyme called rhodopsin.”

noun conjunction
definite article
indefinite article
indefinite pronoun

Question 8
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“I’ve just adopted a three-year-old hippopotamus.”

compound adjective
dative number tense
clause modifier
adjectival adverb

Question 9
Comment

“Living in a gingerbread house isn’t practical.”

present past
verbal preterite
unfinitive
gerund
Question 10
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“I went to jail because I had stolen a car.”

past continuous
past perfect
simple past
past pretextual

Question 11
Comment

Which of the following time phrases does not require a preposition?

1987
yesterday
January 15th
midnight

Question 12
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“In December, I will have been living here for six years.”

proactive complementary future


future perfect indicative
future perfect continuous
future imperfect continuous

Question 13
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“Sally was the tallest person at the party.”

comparative
formative
superlative
transcendental

Question 14
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“High-quality gravity is getting more and more expensive.”

present continuous
retrodefinite continuous
preterite continuous
present perfect contextual

Question 15
Comment

“If Jeremy had gone to war, he wouldn’t have bought me dinner.”

third conditional
first conditional
fourth conditional
second conditional

Question 16
Comment

“Although I like cheese, I will never go to the convention.”

conjunction
functional adjective
retrodative article
pronoun

Question 17
Comment

“I would be an opera singer if she sold bread.”

non-conditional clause
zero conditional
second conditional
fourth conditional

Question 18
Comment

“At this rate, she will never catch up to Randy”

future passive
verbal preterite
phrasal verb
future simple

Question 19 Comment
“If the demand increases, the price increases as well.”

zero-sum clause
zero conditional
first conditional
conditional syntax

Question 20
Comment

Which of the following verbs can be followed by either an infinitive or a gerund

to promise
to prepare
to prefer
to threaten

Question 21
Comment

“I found the security guard sleeping in the barn”

infinitive stance
object complement
object infinitive
transitive interjection

Question 22
Comment

Which of the following is a separable phrasal verb?

to look after
to write down
to run into
to put up with

Question 23
Comment

“The debutant has been invited to several of our meetings.”

past perfect - passive voice


present perfect - active voice
present perfect - passive voice
past perfect - active voice

Question 24
Comment

“I have never eaten cabbage in the afternoon.”

present perfect
past perfect
past participle
present continuous

Question 25
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“Stacy was overwhelmed by her sudden interest in tap dance.”

passive perfect
past participle
present simple
past present perfect

Question 26
Comment

The older students recalled __________ that already.

to be being taught
having been to taught
having been taught
to have been taught

Question 27
Comment

The following verbs can be either present simple or past simple depending on context
EXCEPT

get
cut
put
set

Question 28
Comment
“That’s the third robot I’ve seen today!”

cardinal number
genitive number
ordinal number
nominal number

Question 29
Comment

“He promised himself he would stop buying rabbits.”

determinate pronoun
degenerate pronoun
possessive pronoun
reflexive pronoun

Question 30
Comment

The doctor suggests that Gordon _______ more often.

exercises
exercise
is exercising
does exercise

Question 31
Comment

She ________ to China.

have been
have went
has been
has goed

Question 32
Comment

“This is the money that I’ve been saving since June.”

non-restrictive clause
intransitive clause
restrictive clause
motion clause

Question 33
Comment

English speakers often use THE plus a singular noun when they talk about or make
generalizations about the following topics EXCEPT:

Body parts
Instruments
Languages
Currencies