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Грамматические тесты, 10-11 классы

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The Article

1. Great Britain consists of … parts. ( the three; three; a three)

2. It is washed by the waters of …( an Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic Ocean; the Atlantic Ocean)

3. The Queen of Great Britain is not …(the absolute; absolute; an absolute)

4. …is the main modern art museum in London ( Tate Gallery; a Tate Gallery; the Tate Gallery)

5. … drive on the left - hand side in their country (the British; British; a British)

  1. It is evident that … want peace (a people; the people; people)

  2. The acting was poor, but we enjoyed …(music; a music; the music)

  3. …is the universal language of the world. (music; a music; the music)

  4. …had never possessed a standing army or a police force (Tudors; a Tudors; the Tudors)

  5. Pushkin, the great Russian poet, was born in … (a 1799; 1799; the 1799)

The Noun

  1. Draughts … not a complicated game ( are; is; be)

  2. Scissors … a small tool with two sharp blades screwed together (am; is; are)

  3. What … his politics? - He supports the Labour Party (are; is; be)

  4. We’ll take …holiday (four-days; a four-day; a four-days)

  5. Ill news …fast (travels; travel; are travelling)

  6. Bright … should start school as early as possible (childrens; children; childs)

  7. All the available… show that the revolution started in the East (datum; data; dates)

  8. They became successful …(businessman; businessmen; businessmans)

  9. This is …room (Jane and Mary’s; Jane’s and Mary’s; Jane’s and Mary)

The Numeral

  1. …delegates took part in the conference (two hundreds; the two hundred; two hundred)

  2. Spaceships, aeroplanes, computers and even an Egyptian mummy are among the many … of objects in the Science Museum’s world famous collections (thousands; thousand; the thousand)

The Conjunction

  1. A man is …old … he feels (so …as; as…as; as…that)

  2. The fellow that agrees with everything you say is …a fool …he is getting to skin you (both…and; not only…but; either …or)

  3. Nothing …needs reforming …other people’s habits (so…as; as…that; as…as)

  4. …your daughter …your niece have made great progress ( as…as; so…as; both…and)

  5. Her eyes were …large…small. (either …or; neither…nor; nor…or)

The Preposition

  1. The Prime Minister arrived …the capital on Monday (to; in; at)

  2. He came … a two-day official visit at the invitation of the Government (with; for; on)

  3. I heard it …the radio. (in; on; by)

  4. I was busy and couldn’t listen …the radio (to; on; for)

  5. I congratulate you …the event (on; with; for)

  6. The conference began …October 18 (at; in; on)

  7. You will find the news …the bottom of the newspaper (at; in; on)

  8. The most important thing… the present time is to get rid of the prejudice that only special officials can carry on the administration of the State (in; for; at)

  9. A glass vase is made…glass (from; out of; with)

  10. Paper is made…wood-pulp (from; with; out of)

  11. What is the name of the sea …England and France ? ( among; between; of)

  12. Two Italians were … the plane when it crashed (on; in; by)

  13. They were …business in London (with; for; on)

  14. We’ll go to Rome …bus (by; on; in)

Degrees of Comparison

  1. Honesty is …policy (the best; better; more better)

  2. …men declare war. But it is youth that fight and die. ( oldest; older; elder)

  3. Of two evils choose the …(less; little; least)

  4. What’s the …news of today ? (later; latest; last)

  5. If you require … information or assistance, ask at your local station. (further; farther; furthest)

  6. Actions speak …than words (more louder; the loudest; louder)

  7. Hotels are becoming …nowadays (more expensive; the most expensive; expensiver)

  8. The damage to the car could be …, that we expected (bad; worse; the worst)

  9. That was …case in his practice (the least difficult; the less difficult; the less difficulter)

  10. The sea is … unknown part of our world (the most large; the largest; the most largest)

Quantitative Pronoun

  1. …people sell their souls and live with a good conscience on the proceeds (the most; most; much)

  2. …the traffic goes by the main road (the most; most; most of)

  3. Is there …work for you to do every day (many; little; few)

  4. Does this car use …petrol ? ( much; many; a few)

  5. There are …parties that have nice music and pretty decorations (a few; few; little)

Indefinite Pronoun

  1. …people are early risers (any; some; no)

  2. Have you got …objections? ( no; some; any)

  3. You can buy stamps at …post office. (any; some; no)

  4. I don’t know about it; ask…else. ( nobody; anybody; somebody)

  5. I got the book without …difficulty (some; any; no)

  6. There is …new under the sun ( no thing; nothing; anything)

  7. …the greatest gain is to be a loser. (sometimes; some time; any time)

  8. I’ll post the letter …(by me; oneself; myself)

Reflexive Pronoun

  1. Everybody should be able to defend …(him; himself; his own)

  2. Selfish people think mainly of …(one another; themselves; each other)

  3. If we hadn’t taken the same plane, we might have never met …(each other; one another; themselves)

  4. There are …places of interest you can visit and enjoy in London ( the other; another; other)

Possessive Pronoun

  1. I don’t like …jokes (hers; her; her’s)

Negative Pronoun

  1. There is …uniform school organization or curriculum in the USA (not; no; none)

  2. …are so fond of secrets as those who do not mean to keep them (none; not anybody; no one)

distributive Pronoun

  1. It was reported that …were present at the meeting (both; all; everybody)

  2. If the blind leads the blind …shall fall into the ditch (every; both; all)

  3. …man has his faults (both; both of; every)

adverbs expressing «еще», «даже»

  1. What …have you seen at the museum ? (still; more; else)

  2. Tom has …finished his work. (still; already; yet)

  3. - Don’t make such a noise ! - Are the children …sleeping ? (still; yet; more)

  4. Don’t worry. He is …on the danger list (no more; not longer; no longer)

  5. I want to go for a walk. Has it stopped snowing … ? (else; yet; still)

  6. Do you want …tea? (any; some; any more)

Indicative Mood

  1. We shall not begin the meeting until everybody … (comes; won’t come; come)

  2. I can come tomorrow if you … it (will like; like; liked)

Imperative Mood

  1. …the world’s most renowned waxworks museum, and rub shoulders with famous and infamous (visiting; you visit; visit)

  2. Please, …be late for classes ! (not; don’t; no)

  3. You are going on a long journey. …care on the motorway. (to take; taking; take)

There is (was), there are (were)

  1. There …not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart as envy (is; were; are)

  2. …there millions of stars within our galaxy ? (is; are; has …been)

  3. Civilization will never flow backward while there …youth in the world. (has been; are; is)

  4. There is … in the garden waiting for you (Pete; your friend; a man)

  5. There …ten pens and a magazine on the table. (is; are; was)

  6. …there…a lecture tomorrow ? (will …be; shall…be; would…be)

present Simple

  1. About 85 percent of American students …public schools, which are supported by state and local taxes (attended; have attended; attend)

  2. What …American public schools teach? (are; do; does)

  3. Wise kings generally …wise councillors. (to have; has; have)

  4. All historical places of London …in the West End. (had been; were; are)

  5. The city of Montreal …70 square miles. (covering; covers; is covered)

  6. Man …live by bread alone (do not; does not; is not)

Present Continuous

  1. I know you …an advanced geography course now (were taking; is taking; are taking)

  2. Now she …difficulty in putting facts in order (is having; has been having; had)

  3. The world sea surrounds the earth and …to us all. ( is belonging; belongs; has belonged)

  4. Scientists in many different countries …to explain its mystery (are working; have worked; worked)

  5. These are just a few of the questions to which they … their energies (are devoting; had devoted; is devoting)

Present Perfect

  1. …you ever a film in which a train crashed or a ship sank ? (did…see; have…seen; do…see)

  2. Recently BBC experts …a new system that lets the deaf understand TV programmes (have invented; invented; to envent)

  3. The nation’s income and productivity …enormously over the past 70 years ( rose; has risen; have risen)

  4. American schools for many years …federal aid for special purposes. ( have received; received; receive)

  5. Like it or not, television …the supreme holiday attraction ever since it upstaged the cinema by showing old films ( has been; is ; was)

  6. He … … everything except his last paper (did; have done; has done)

Present Perfect Continuous

  1. It … since early morning (rained; had rained; has been raining)

  2. You are a good football-player. Since when …you…football ? (have …been playing; did …play; had …been playing)

  3. My brother …music lessons for three years now (have taken; has been taking; took)

Future Simple

  1. Perhaps in the future men …on the sea, away from the crowded and noisy cities on land (will live; would live; are living)

  2. The student …as an apprentice to a trained worker next week (shall work; will work; would work)

  3. During the apprenticeship period the student …to earn money (shall begin; would begin; will begin)

  4. We …take a vacation this month ( is not; did not; shall not)

Future Continuous

  1. As your leader I’ll tell you about our future excursions. We …by tram at nine in the morning and coming back at about seven ( shall be leaving; shall leave; shall have been leaving)

  2. What …you… at 4.30 tomorrow afternoon ? (would…do; were…do; will…be doing)

  3. Probably, I … … … my friends at this time (shall have visited; shall be visiting; have visited)

  4. Now I … how industry cooperates with the natural environment (shall be illustrating; would be illustrating; will have illustrated)

How Future is expressed

  1. -Has Ann made up her mind on what to do after finishing school ?- Oh, yes. She … …the University. ( is going to enter; enters; entering)

  2. After the festival’s over she … a vacation with her family. ( will take; take; taking)

  3. -Can you come over to me on Friday? - Sorry, I’d love to, but I …for Paris tomorrow. (leave; am leaving; will leave)

  4. -Let’s go to the snack bar. -What…we…for lunch? ( are going to have; are…having; shall have)

future Perfect

  1. Have you finished the translation yet ?- I …the translation by nine o’clock tomorrow morning . ( shall have finished; have finished; had finished)

  2. In three months he … here a year .(has been; will have been; was)

  3. Don’t call on me. I …for Kiev by noon. ( should leave; shall have left; left)

Future Perfect Continuous

  1. My friend …on the ship for fifteen years by next year. (will have been serving; have served; was serving)

  2. …they… … in the mountains for a month by July ? (will …travel; will …have been travelling; will …be travelling)

  3. By two o’clock the students will … …the test translation for two hours (be doing; have been doing; do)

Past Simple

  1. Sir Walter was a proud knight, and …to think that he had to submit to the commands of a tyrant lord (had hated; was hating; hated)

  2. …you…the ancient stone carvings at the museum last week ? (have …seen; did…see; had…seen)

  3. Dinosaurs …millions of years ago (died out; had died out; were died out)

  4. In the year 1620, a ship named the ‘Mayflower’ …120 Englishmen to the rocky coast of America (has brought; brought; had brought)

  5. It was late in the year when the Pilgrims …and founded a colony ( were landing; had landed; landed)

Past Continuous

  1. When Jim came out of the army he … what to do ( is wondering; has wondered; was wondering)

  2. His parents were sick, they didn’t have much money, so they …pretty desperate (were getting; are getting; have gotten)

  3. Meanwhile in the village most people … …to go skiing. (was preparing; were preparing; are preparing)

  4. Those who couldn’t do it …TV or looking through the newspapers (were watching; have watched; are watching)

Past Perfect

  1. The main ideas were set forth in the statement which …in the press the day before (appeared; had appeared; has appeared)

  2. By the 16th century a new economic system … … feudalism (replaced; was replacing; had replaced)

  3. The Treaty of Paris was signed in September 1783. The colonies were now free but they …yet… a united nation. (had not…formed; did not…form; would not …form)



Past Perfect Continuous

  1. The war broke out in 1914. The European ruling classes …for it for 20 years. (prepared; had prepared; had been preparing)

  2. The European experts …long…that the arms race would lead to war (were…warning; had…been warning; would…be warning)

  3. It was pointed out that the patient…treatment for heart problems for a year (had been having; had; would have been having)

  4. It was reported that a plane from the air field …since the previous morning (was missing; had been missing; has been missing)

Future-in-the-Past

  1. By 1787 it was believed that the unity of states … (is disintegrating; will disintegrate; would disintegrate)

  2. I was sure that they …that problem when by the time I called ( would have discussed; would be discussing; would discuss)

  3. He wondered if she … the article by noon ( would be translating; would translate; would have translated)

  4. I found out that by the year 1997 she …at the University for 20 years (would have been working; would have worked; would be working)

Passive Voice

  1. Over 57 million students …in American schools which range from kindergartens to high schools (were enrolled; are enrolled; has been enrolled)

  2. America’s first college, Harvard, …in Massachusetts in 1636 (is being founded; had been founded; was founded)

  3. The story of the first Thanksgiving feast …among the Americans ( is well-known; have been well-known; would have been well-known)

  4. The students …on the Industrial Revolution at the end of the term (will be tested; are being tested; will have been tested)

  5. Now London’s councilmen …to approve the erection of a life-size statue of Charlie Chaplin in the costume that the British-born Comedian made famous in his films (being asked; asked; are being asked)

  6. Mr Simon was sure that prisoners of conscience …at least 70 countries ( are being held; were being held; being held)

  7. In more than 200 years the USA Constitution …26 times ( is amended; is being amended; has been amended)

  8. The bridge … … by tomorrow morning (will have been reconstructed; is being reconstructed; will be reconstructed)

  9. It was announced that the international treaty against weather warfare …and had gone into effect (would have been ratified; is ratified; had been ratified)

Reported Statements

  1. She says that American hotel managers … a very difficult job now ( have had; have; will have)

  2. The receptionist told Mrs Norrison that her son … for the past 24 hours ( hadn’t been seen; wasn’t seen; isn’t seen)

  3. When they came and found what …by the soldiers of Pharaoh they became angry (have been done; has been done; had been done)

  4. The Navy officials said that the dolphins …in salt water holding tanks ( will be kept; would be kept; are kept)

  5. She said that she …and could not work any more (was tired; is tired; has been tired)

Reported Questions

  1. She asked me what holidays … (I liked; have I liked; did I liked)

  2. He wanted to know which bus …(should she take; she should take; she took)

  3. Nick wondered how much further …(they should ride; should they ride; they shall ride)

Reported Commands and Requests

  1. She asked …back with further news ( to phone; to being phoned; to be phoned)

  2. The driver was requested …so fast (not to drive; don’t drive; hasn’t to drive)

  3. Pedestrians are required …the road at the zebra crossing ( crossing; cross; to cross)

  4. If you buy any more books we …any place to sleep (don’t have; won’t have; haven’t had)

  5. If your teeth hurt you, you …a dentist (ought to see; should see; would see)

  6. When you heat water it …(boils; has boiled; boiling)

  7. When you go abroad …you attentive (are; will be; be)

  8. He promised he would return the book as soon as he …it ( had read; will read; would read)

  9. Unless they improve their attitude towards the work, they …the exam (would fail; will fail; fail)

  10. Whenever she goes, she …friends (had made; making; makes)

  11. Whichever attraction you decide to visit you …sure of an excellent day out ( can be; will be able to ; would be able to)

Subjunctive Mood

  1. If wishes were horses, beggars …ride ( might; would may; will be allowed to )

  2. If we … …air, there would be no sound (won’t have; hadn’t had; did not have)

  3. If the Titanic had not hit an iceberg, she … … on her first voyage (would not sink; would not have sunk; did not sink)

  4. If the Spanish government … … Columbus with ships, he would not have discovered a new continent (did not equip; had not equipped; were not equipping)

  5. He speaks as if he … …London himself (visited; visits; had visited)

  6. It’s high time we … the report for consideration to the committee (had submitted; submitted; submit)

  7. If he didn’t like people, he … a doctor (would had become; wouldn’t become; wouldn’t have become)

  8. But for the revolution the King … (wasn’t executed; won’t have been executed; wouldn’t have been executed)

  9. If it were not for his advice, Tom … advantage of the situation ( wouldn’t have taken; didn’t take; won’t take)

  10. If I were you, I … …a computer (would buy; would have bought; will have bought)

  11. If I were you, I … …England years ago ( would visit; will be visiting; would have visited)

Conjunctive

  1. I wish you …interrupting me ( to stop; would stop; have stopped)

  2. I wish you …us on the excursion (joining; could have joined; to join)

  3. I wish you …me something about the Tower of London (would tell; told; telling)

  4. I suggest that the film …developed at once ( be; would have been; to be)

  5. I insist that that letter …immediately (be answering; to be answer; be answered)

  6. It is necessary that you … … a travelcard and use it at any time at weekends and Bank Holidays (would be buying; buy; should have bought)

  7. I demand that he …the results of the experiment at the conference ( would have been announcing; should announce; to announce)

  8. It is important that the problem …today (be solved; is solved; is being solved)

  9. I propose that the problem …on the agenda (to be put; be put; to put)

The Gerund

  1. …plants and animals deep in the ocean, science may find a cure for some of the most serious human diseases (on studying; by studying; having studied)

  2. He is looking forward …to the country (to going; for going; to having gone)

  3. William the Conqueror is famous for …England (having been conquered; conquering; having conquered)

  4. William l l , 7th Duke of Normandy founded his dynasty …Harold l l to become William l of England (for killing; in killing; by killing)

  5. Did he deserve …? (praising; having been praised; being praised)

  6. I remember …your letter (having posted; posted; posting)

  7. The inspector suspected him …the cop ( of having killed; for killing; in being killed)

  8. His career crashed when he …letting a girl die in a car crash (should be accused of; was accused of; is accused of)

The Participle

  1. By the end of this century there will be 600 million people around the world …in absolute poverty ( living; having lived; lived)

  2. The problem …is of great significance (discussing; being discussed; discussed)

  3. I saw her …the street (crossed; having crossed; crossing)

  4. While …the book I came across a lot of interesting facts (studying; study; having studied)

  5. …a One Day Travelcard not only gives you a return to London from your local station, it is also your passport to unlimited travel on London’s trains, Tubes and most buses ( to buy; buying; having bought)

  6. …her address I could not write her a letter ( not knowing; without knowing; not to know)

  7. The holiday …Thanksgiving Day is now observed on the fourth Thursday of November (calling; called; to be called)

  8. Norman rule introduced Norman French language, feudakism, and administration, …on castles (based; being based; having been based)

  9. James Watt patented his steam engine, …mainly for pumping, in 1769 (using; is used; used)

The Subjective Infinitive Construction

  1. The proposal is reported … … by the committee (to be approved; to have been approved; to approve)

  2. He was considered … a good teacher ( to be; to have been; was)

  3. She is known …on a very important problem now ( to have worked; working; to be working)

  4. He is said … a novel for ten years (to have been writing; to have written; to be writing)

  5. He is expected … a report on Monday morning (make; will make; to make)

  6. Viewers …to object to the growing amount of violence on TV (are not seem; do not seem; are not seeming)

  7. I am afraid you …the point. I mentioned before that … (seem to have missed; are seeming to miss; are seemed to have missed)

  8. Helen …to be a good story-teller ( turned out; is turned out; to turn out)

  9. If captured, the runaway slaves …to end up in slavery (to be likely; were likely; have been likely)

The Object with the Infinitive Construction

  1. I have never heard him … (to sing; sing; to have sung)

  2. I believed him …the most honest person (to be; is; be)

  3. The traffic made me …as if my head would burst ( to have felt; to feel; feel)

  4. Do you want me …a new theory to the class ? ( to present; to be presenting; to have presented)

  5. I expected them …the problem in detail (consider; to consider; considering)

  6. I hate him …( laugh at; to be laughed at; laughed at)

  7. I see … more organisations coming together to put an end to the threat of nuclear war ( will like to ; would like to; would have liked to)

  8. Today the Committion ordered five atomic power stations …immediately ( to shut down; shutting down; shut down)

  9. I like to watch the planes …(to take off; take off; to be taking off)

  10. The instructor had the students …the experiment over ( to have done; do; to do )

Modal Verbs

  1. You …take care of your parents (should; ought to; are to)

  2. My sight is getting worse. Next year, I’m afraid, I …read without glasses ( cannot; may not; won’t be able to)

  3. Don’t you see I’m tired ? You …me, you know. (might have …helped; could …help; may …help)

  4. Police, firefighters, newspaper reporters and radio broadcasters …work on holiday in the USA ( could; might; must)

  5. The real history of the period between 1688 and the middle of the 18th century … … summed up in three words: accumulation of capital ( need be; will be able to be; can be)

  6. The power of knowledge …placed in the hands of people ( should be; ought to be; need to be)

  7. We …commemorate great people ( must; need to; may)

  8. Whatever else the government …to undertake, its duty is to keep order in civil society (must try; might try; may try)

  9. No museum …ever…buy even one painting by this artist ( has …been able to; might…have; has…been allowed to)

  10. 12 delegates representing gypsy groups from several countries …for 6 days of talks at the end of February ( can meet; have to meet; are to meet)

  11. …you…get up early yesterday to meet the delegation at the airport ? ( did…have to; had…to; have…had to)

  12. The leopard …not change his sports ( need; can; ought)

  13. We …learn from the past ( may; need; must)

  14. Teenagers who commit crimes … … be treated as adults and sentenced to significant punishment ( would; should; ought to)

  15. The Senate and the House of Representatives …approve a bill for it to become a law ( had to; must; was to)

  16. Excuse me, …you tell me the way to the Houses of Parliament, please ? (could; may; will)

  17. …you come and sit down ? (could, are, won’t)

  18. …you like a cup of coffee ? (should; would; could)

  19. I …mind a drink, if you had one ( shouldn’t; wouldn’t; haven’t)

Sequence of Tenses

  1. The Pilgrims had only the belongings they …on the small ship ( had brought; be brought; have brought)

  2. In the spring, with the help from the Indians, the Pilgrims …for the next winter ( were prepared; have prepared; prepared)

  3. It was reported that in honour of Tatyana, the patron saint of students, a nonscholastic party…by the sponsors the day before ( was organized; had been organized; is organized)

  4. What was the result of the dispute you …in ? (are; were; have been)

  5. Ancient people didn’t know that the Earth …around the Sun (goes; has gone; went)

  6. It was evident that water …at 1000 C (boils; boiled; had boiled)

  7. In the modern world Britain was the first country where capitalism …established ( has been; had been; was)

  8. Isaac Newton, the greatest scientist of all ages, lived in a period when the toxic effects of chemicals …less understood (have been; had been; were)

  9. She didn’t know that the man …carvings for 15 years (had made; had been making; made)

  10. Hardly had they entered the house, when a violent thunderstorm … (broke out; had broken out; has breaken out)

  11. What was done …be undone (can’t; couldn’t; won’t be able to )

  12. He realized that the old life he …in that city since his boyhood was ended (had lived; lived; has lived)

Complex Sentences

  1. It was uncertain whether the concert …outdoors (will be; would be; should be)

  2. She didn’t know where her umbrella … (is; had been; was)

  3. I don’t like films …have unhappy endings (which; that; what)

  4. American institutions of higher education include technical training schools …offer programmes from hairstyling to computers ( what; that; which)

  5. And now I would like to give the floor to Dr Green, … is going to talk about “Environmental Protection” (that; who; which)

  6. When the Civil War ended traffic on the Mississippi river Mark Twain …his job as a river pilot and moved to the West ( left; had left; was leaving)

  7. Since they …near the lake they can often go swimming (have lived; live; lived)

  8. I enjoyed the trip, …it rained (although; however; as)

  9. A good name is better …riches ( as if; as; than)

Object

  1. They will give you some forms …(to be completed; to complete; completing)

  2. He believed the principles …more important than wealth ( to be; be; been)

  3. I shall dictate …the titles of the books to be read for the exams (you; your; to you)

Addition

  1. Give the books …(to him; him; to he)

  2. He extended his hand … (to I; to me; me)

  3. I needed a holiday and …Ann (so does; so did; so is)

General Questions

  1. I liked the book. - … (so am I; so did I; so I did)

  2. I am not interested in his offer.- …(neither am I; either I am; nor am I)

  3. …there a good connection from the airport to the city ? (are; does; is)

  4. …Washington the first city in history to be built for the purpose of governments ? (was; did; were)

  5. …you know where I can change my flight booking ? (are; does; do)

alternative Questions

  1. Is the US legislative branch made up of two …three houses ? ( or; than; and)

  2. May the writer critisize …praise the actions of some public officials ? (or; but; than)

  3. Are there billions …millions of stars in the Galaxy ? (if; whether; or)

  4. Do the citizens take part in national elections directly … indirectly ? (if; and; or)

Disjunctive Questions

  1. Let’s go to the party tonight, …? ( will you; shall us; shall we)

  2. Don’t be late,… ? (will you; do you; don’t you)

  3. We could turn down the road, …? (did we; could we; couldn’t we)

  4. She is perfectly willing to listen to reason, …? (is she; isn’t she; does she)

  5. There was no national election last month, …? (was there; was it; is there)

Special Questions

  1. Who …America? (did discover; does discover; discovered)

  2. Why …the navigators…to find new trade routes in the 15th century? (do…tried; has…tried; did…try)

  3. What…booms and depressions in free economies? (causes; is caused; does cause)

  4. What role…G. Washington…in the American revolution ? ( had been…played; is…played; did…play)

  5. Where…Washington, DC …? ( does…locate; is…located; has been…located)

  6. How many imposing buildings…in Washington, DC ? ( there are; are there; are where)

  7. When…the Civil War…? (did…end; had…ended; was…ended)

  8. How long…you to answer all the questions ? (was it take; did it take; it took)


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