1. He was a promising student in Maths and Physics
at Cambridge and always felt a lingering interest in the
A very, last C highly, latter
B , latest D quite, later
2. Pencil marks, those made by writing implements
using fluids, can be erased.
A different, easily
B not like, easy
C unlike, easily
D unlike, easy
3. The name mountain is usually applied to region of land
that is raised rather above the surrounding ter¬
rain. Temperatures in the mountains are generally
than at sea level.
A highly, much low B high, far lower C high, a lot more lower D highly, more lower
4. Mr Rochester, as he sat in his damask-covered chair,
looked to what I had seen him look before—not
quite so , .
A differently, stern, much gloomy B differently, sternly, much more gloomy C different, stern, much less gloomy D different, stern, much more gloomier
5. Computerized tests adapt to the skill level of the indi¬
vidual test-taker. Each correct answer given by a stu¬
dent is followed by a question, and incorrect an¬
swers are followed by questions. the ques¬
tion, points the student can score.
A more difficult, less difficult, The more difficult,
B less difficult, less difficult, More difficult, more C more difficult, more difficult, More difficult, the most D more difficult, less difficult, The more difficult,
6. According to legend, Fuji arose from the plain during
a single night in 286 BC. the mountain is
than the legend asserts.
A From a geological point of view, far more old B Geologically, a lot elder
C From a geological point of view, quite more older D Geologically, much older
7. All members of the cat family are in physical char¬
acteristics, vision and hearing, and claws and
teeth that are for grasping and tearing.
A closely similarly, acutely, highly adapting B close similar, acute, high adapting C closely similar, acute, highly adapted D close similar, acute, high adapted
8. The islands were named after British explorer and nav¬
igator James Cook, who sighted them in 1773.
C at first
D at the first
9. Unlike the regulated and financed education sys¬
tems of many other industrialized societies, American
public education is the responsibility of the states
and school districts.
A nation's, firstly, individually
B national, chiefly, individual
C nationally, primarily, individual
D nation, mainly, individually
10. The structural design of a building depends on
the nature of the soil and geologic conditions and
modification by man of of these factors.
A essentially, underlied, both
B mainly, underlying, any
C greatly, underlying, either
D in the shortly run, underlying, every
11. Books differ from periodicals and newspapers because
they are not published on a schedule.
A strictly daily, weekly, or monthly B strict day, week, or month C strictly day's, week's, or month's D strict daily, weekly, or monthly
12. In the 1990s several companies introduced elec¬
tronic books, or e-books. These devices display
the text of books on a small screen designed to make
A late, computerized, easily B last, computerizing, easily C late, computerized, easy D latest, computerizing, easily
13. People have climbed mountains for activities
such as retrieving lost animals and hunting, but tech¬
nical climbing as a sport has a much history.
A for long, necessarily day, shorter B long, necessary daily, shorter C longly, necessary daily, shorter D long, necessarily day's,-more shorter
14. It used to be said that oil-exporting countries depended
on the oil-importing countries just as as the
depended on the .
A much, latter, former B much, last, first C the same, first, former D great, latter, first
15. She stretched herself out on the sofa and looked
at the barometer. She knew that falling pressure
usually meant a storm was approaching.
A flat, rapid C flat, rapidly
B flatly, rapidly D flatly, rapid
16. Although some cigars are made by hand,
most cigars are manufactured by machine.
A highly-quality, entirely
B high-quality, entire
C highly-quality, entire
D high-quality, entirely
17. , the results presented were not in accord with the
A Interestingly enough, rather
B Interesting enough, prettily
C Enough interestingly, rather
D Enough interesting, pretty
18. high mountain ranges, such as the Sierra Ne¬
vada in the U.S., the Andes in South America, and
the Himalayas in Asia, affect climate and weath¬
er patterns over vast areas of the earth because they
stand as barriers to circulating air masses.
A Enough, distinctly, regular B Especially, markedly, regularly
C Particular, clear, to regulate D In particular, evident, regular
19. The various islands gained their independence .
and not always , units.
A like separate, viably B as separate, viable C as separately, viably D like separate, viable
20. The and most rural sections of Missouri are the
Ozark Upland and the north central section of the Northern Plains.
A most thinly populated B most thin populating C most thinly populating D mostly thin populated
21. The first schools in the area were opened by French
settlers at St. Louis in the part of the 18th centu¬
A later C late
B latter D latest
22. The words cloth and clothing are related, meaning
fabric or textile, and meaning fabrics used to cover
A the first, the latter B the former, the latter C the former, the second D the first, the later
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