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. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades
ranging from black to white, is used in
computer graphics ---- detail to graphical
images.
(A) added
(B) to add
(C) are added
(D) and add

2. By ---- excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies.
(A) they adopt laws
(B) laws are adopted
(C) adopting laws
(D) having laws adopt

3. ---- skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its
body.
(A) Its
(B) That the
(C) There is a
(D) The

4. Lenses, ---- are used to correct imperfections in eyesight.
(A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses
(B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses
(C) glasses and contact lenses which form
(D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed

5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided ---- of rococo style.
(A) the most manifestation widespread
(B) manifestation widespread the most
(C) the widespread manifestation most
(D) the most widespread manifestation

6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, ---- coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer.
(A) because of
(B) whereas
(C) despite
(D) that

7. On attaining maximum size, ---- by drawing
itself out and dividing into two daughter
amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear
materials.
(A) the reproduction of the amoeba
(B) the amoeba, which reproduces
(C) reproducing the amoeba
(D) the amoeba reproduces

8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is ---- an audience all day long.
(A) that it has
(B) that to have
(C) to have it
(D) having it

9. Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts,”
features children who make --- about life.
(A) funny, wise statements that
(B) which funny, wise statements
(C) statements are funny but wise
(D) funny but wise statements

10. One of the major rivers of the western United
States, ---- flows for some 1,500 miles from
Colorado to northwestern Mexico.
(A) it is the Colorado River
(B) the Colorado River which
(C) and the Colorado River
(D) the Colorado River

11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to
lighten on drying makes ---- a wide range of
pearly or pastel-like effects.
(A) it is possible
(B) possible
(C) possible to be
(D) it possible the

12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American
artists ---- by the government during the
Depression years on various federal art
projects.
(A) employed
(B) whose employment
(C) to employ
(D) had been employed

13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly
occur ---- stressed because of drought or other
environmental factors.
(A) as forests that become
(B) in forests become
(C) that become forests
(D) when forests become

14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves
fast enough to ride up on the ice, ---- under its
weight.
(A) so then breaks
(B) when breaks it
(C) which then breaks
(D) for which then breaks

15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in
the nervous system, where ---- compound of
myelin.
(A) it a
(B) a
(C) being a
(D) it is a



. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades
ranging from black to white, is used in
computer graphics ---- detail to graphical
images.
(A) added
(B) to add
(C) are added
(D) and add

2. By ---- excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies.
(A) they adopt laws
(B) laws are adopted
(C) adopting laws
(D) having laws adopt

3. ---- skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its
body.
(A) Its
(B) That the
(C) There is a
(D) The

4. Lenses, ---- are used to correct imperfections in eyesight.
(A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses
(B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses
(C) glasses and contact lenses which form
(D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed

5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided ---- of rococo style.
(A) the most manifestation widespread
(B) manifestation widespread the most
(C) the widespread manifestation most
(D) the most widespread manifestation

6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, ---- coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer.
(A) because of
(B) whereas
(C) despite
(D) that

7. On attaining maximum size, ---- by drawing
itself out and dividing into two daughter
amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear
materials.
(A) the reproduction of the amoeba
(B) the amoeba, which reproduces
(C) reproducing the amoeba
(D) the amoeba reproduces

8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is ---- an audience all day long.
(A) that it has
(B) that to have
(C) to have it
(D) having it

9. Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts,”
features children who make --- about life.
(A) funny, wise statements that
(B) which funny, wise statements
(C) statements are funny but wise
(D) funny but wise statements

10. One of the major rivers of the western United
States, ---- flows for some 1,500 miles from
Colorado to northwestern Mexico.
(A) it is the Colorado River
(B) the Colorado River which
(C) and the Colorado River
(D) the Colorado River

11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to
lighten on drying makes ---- a wide range of
pearly or pastel-like effects.
(A) it is possible
(B) possible
(C) possible to be
(D) it possible the

12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American
artists ---- by the government during the
Depression years on various federal art
projects.
(A) employed
(B) whose employment
(C) to employ
(D) had been employed

13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly
occur ---- stressed because of drought or other
environmental factors.
(A) as forests that become
(B) in forests become
(C) that become forests
(D) when forests become

14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves
fast enough to ride up on the ice, ---- under its
weight.
(A) so then breaks
(B) when breaks it
(C) which then breaks
(D) for which then breaks

15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in
the nervous system, where ---- compound of
myelin.
(A) it a
(B) a
(C) being a
(D) it is a



. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades
ranging from black to white, is used in
computer graphics ---- detail to graphical
images.
(A) added
(B) to add
(C) are added
(D) and add

2. By ---- excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies.
(A) they adopt laws
(B) laws are adopted
(C) adopting laws
(D) having laws adopt

3. ---- skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its
body.
(A) Its
(B) That the
(C) There is a
(D) The

4. Lenses, ---- are used to correct imperfections in eyesight.
(A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses
(B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses
(C) glasses and contact lenses which form
(D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed

5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided ---- of rococo style.
(A) the most manifestation widespread
(B) manifestation widespread the most
(C) the widespread manifestation most
(D) the most widespread manifestation

6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, ---- coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer.
(A) because of
(B) whereas
(C) despite
(D) that

7. On attaining maximum size, ---- by drawing
itself out and dividing into two daughter
amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear
materials.
(A) the reproduction of the amoeba
(B) the amoeba, which reproduces
(C) reproducing the amoeba
(D) the amoeba reproduces

8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is ---- an audience all day long.
(A) that it has
(B) that to have
(C) to have it
(D) having it

9. Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts,”
features children who make --- about life.
(A) funny, wise statements that
(B) which funny, wise statements
(C) statements are funny but wise
(D) funny but wise statements

10. One of the major rivers of the western United
States, ---- flows for some 1,500 miles from
Colorado to northwestern Mexico.
(A) it is the Colorado River
(B) the Colorado River which
(C) and the Colorado River
(D) the Colorado River

11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to
lighten on drying makes ---- a wide range of
pearly or pastel-like effects.
(A) it is possible
(B) possible
(C) possible to be
(D) it possible the

12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American
artists ---- by the government during the
Depression years on various federal art
projects.
(A) employed
(B) whose employment
(C) to employ
(D) had been employed

13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly
occur ---- stressed because of drought or other
environmental factors.
(A) as forests that become
(B) in forests become
(C) that become forests
(D) when forests become

14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves
fast enough to ride up on the ice, ---- under its
weight.
(A) so then breaks
(B) when breaks it
(C) which then breaks
(D) for which then breaks

15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in
the nervous system, where ---- compound of
myelin.
(A) it a
(B) a
(C) being a
(D) it is a



. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades
ranging from black to white, is used in
computer graphics ---- detail to graphical
images.
(A) added
(B) to add
(C) are added
(D) and add

2. By ---- excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies.
(A) they adopt laws
(B) laws are adopted
(C) adopting laws
(D) having laws adopt

3. ---- skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its
body.
(A) Its
(B) That the
(C) There is a
(D) The

4. Lenses, ---- are used to correct imperfections in eyesight.
(A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses
(B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses
(C) glasses and contact lenses which form
(D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed

5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided ---- of rococo style.
(A) the most manifestation widespread
(B) manifestation widespread the most
(C) the widespread manifestation most
(D) the most widespread manifestation

6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, ---- coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer.
(A) because of
(B) whereas
(C) despite
(D) that

7. On attaining maximum size, ---- by drawing
itself out and dividing into two daughter
amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear
materials.
(A) the reproduction of the amoeba
(B) the amoeba, which reproduces
(C) reproducing the amoeba
(D) the amoeba reproduces

8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is ---- an audience all day long.
(A) that it has
(B) that to have
(C) to have it
(D) having it

9. Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts,”
features children who make --- about life.
(A) funny, wise statements that
(B) which funny, wise statements
(C) statements are funny but wise
(D) funny but wise statements

10. One of the major rivers of the western United
States, ---- flows for some 1,500 miles from
Colorado to northwestern Mexico.
(A) it is the Colorado River
(B) the Colorado River which
(C) and the Colorado River
(D) the Colorado River

11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to
lighten on drying makes ---- a wide range of
pearly or pastel-like effects.
(A) it is possible
(B) possible
(C) possible to be
(D) it possible the

12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American
artists ---- by the government during the
Depression years on various federal art
projects.
(A) employed
(B) whose employment
(C) to employ
(D) had been employed

13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly
occur ---- stressed because of drought or other
environmental factors.
(A) as forests that become
(B) in forests become
(C) that become forests
(D) when forests become

14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves
fast enough to ride up on the ice, ---- under its
weight.
(A) so then breaks
(B) when breaks it
(C) which then breaks
(D) for which then breaks

15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in
the nervous system, where ---- compound of
myelin.
(A) it a
(B) a
(C) being a
(D) it is a

is a grammar test. To know your level, choose the correct answer for each of the 65 questions below.
You only have fifteen minutes to finish .

1. Sam went running _______.
last week
last weeks
next week

2. Yoko and Jack ____ their homework together every week.
does
are doing
do

3. _____the teacher's directions?
Did you understand
Were you understand
Did you understood

4. A: How's the weather today?
B: ______ rainy.
Its
It
It's

5. I walk to work everyday. I _____ my car.
am not taking
doesn’t take
don’t take

6. A: What are you wearing today?
B: _______ a green dress.
You're wearing
I'm wearing
I wear

7. After Yumiko _____the letter, she sent it.
writes
wrote
was write

8. Kate is wearing __________ suit.
their
Her
hers

9. Did you _____ to buy milk at the supermarket?
forget
forgot
forgetting

10. Sam has known Mary ____ he was a child
when
for
since

**. Before Albert ____ to bed tonight, he will telephone his parents in Germany.
is going
will go
goes

12. How ___ have you been in this country?
much
many
long

13. ______ something to drink?
Would like
Would you like
Do you like

14. My parents live on your street. Do you know____?
they’re
them
their

15. Can you fix the radio____?
to me
for me
mine

16. My ____ apartment is very small.
friend’s
friend
is friend

17. A: What _____ doing?
B: They're reading the newspaper.
is he
do they
are they

18. My husband and I usually ___ dinner at 6:00 P.M.
eats
are eating
eat

19. Alex _____ his rent is too expensive.
thinks about
thinks that
thinks what

20. ______ sit in that chair. It’s broken.
Not to
No
Don’t

21. _____ coat is that?
Who is
Who’s
Whose

22. Arthur went to buy some _____ milk.
many
more
much

23. If______, the school will close for the day.
it will snow
it snows
it is going to snow

24. Carols was _____ yesterday.
in home
on home
at home

25. Does your uncle live _____ Main Street?
in
at
on

26. Judy never_________ letters to her friends in Spain.
is writing
writes
write

27. Last month, Mark worked overtime_____ his bills.
for paying
for to pay
in order to pay

28. Judy_____ at the golf company for twenty years.
works
is working
has been working

29. The child_____ dog was lost cried all night.
which
that
whose

30. Kirk's political beliefs are_____ Ron's.
the same as
same to
same as

31. I've never eaten shark, but_____.
I'd like to do
I'd like
I'd like to

32. Will you be at school tomorrow? _________
Yes, I can
No I don't
Yes, I will

33. We traveled from Europe to South America_____ plane.
by
in
on

34. Jane hasn't seen Romeo and Juliet, but Linda_____.
has
will
does

35. My family_______ a trip to Europe next Spring.
is taking
is take
will

36. Anna usually________ English at the library after school.
studies
study
studys

37. The neighbors_____ every Friday night.
go dancing
go to dance
are dancing

38. Sam_______ from the United States.
come
is
lives

39. ________ you sometimes take the bus to the shopping mall?
Does
Do
Are

40. Tom and Debbie introduced______ to our new teacher.
themselves
himself
ourselves

41. I could have taken a trip to Mexico last month_________.
if I had my passport
if I have had my passport
if I had had my passport

42. When I was a child, I_______ read very well.
wouldn't
can't
couldn't

43. The company______ makes the computer parts is located in Kore
who
that
whose

44. ________ the man wearing the black jacket?
Who's
Whose
Who

45. We _______ dinner at a Japanese restaurant last night.
did eat
ate
have eaten

46. Kostos wants to take trip to Greece next year, and_____.
so do I
neither do I
I do

47. While we were driving to Boston yesterday, we______ several accidents.
were seeing
have seen
saw

48. A new president of the international club______ by the members.
has been chosen
chose
has chosen

49. The teacher doesn't know_____ have a party in our classroom.
if we can
if can we
whether or not we

50. Mom and Dad_________ about the weather now.
no talk
aren’t talking
don’t talking

51. When the movie actress entered the room, everyone turned and looked at _______.
herself
hers
her

52. Can I borrow ____? I must have left mine at home.
one of your pen
one of your pens
one your pens

53. Until I ______ a house and a good job, I’m not planning to get married and start a family.
have
will have
I’m going to have

54. Maria has invited all of the students and all of the ___ parents to her birthday party.
students’
students
student’s

55. I’m sorry, but Room **02 is not available. It _______ by another group.
was being used
is using
is being used

56. High blood pressure _______ by medication.
has controlled
can be controlling
can be controlled

57. ___ a different topic we will study Chapters I through 10 this semester.
Each of the chapters cover
All of the chapter cover
Each of the chapters covers

58. By the time William is forty years old, he ____ fifteen novels and two collections of short stories.
has written
will have written
will be writing

59. Please don’t disturb me right now. I ______ to finish the last page of this report.
am trying
will try
have tried

60. The Chinese ____ the oldest calendar of any culture in the world today.
has had
has
have

61. Dogs make excellent pets. ____ provide good companionship and even protection.
They
Its
It’s

62. Oh no! ____ is missing! We’ll need to call the police.
all of the computers
all of the jewelry
all of the children

63. When Kevin went to the refrigerator for a snack, _______ many things to eat.
there isn’t
there wasn’t
there weren’t

64. Kevin didn’t finish watching the movie because it ________.
was bored
was being boring
was boring

65. When the movie actress the room, everyone turned and looked at _______.
herself
hers
her




1. The ancestors of the horse lived ..... and were about half a meter tall.
(A) years ago 60 million
(B) 60 million years ago
(C) ago 60 million years
(D) million years ago 60
2. The museum on Ellis Island, a former immigration station, contains ××××××××s and artifacts......to four centuries of United States immigration.
(A) related them
(B) related
(C) related that
(D) be related
3. ......, particularly the oxides of sulfur, greatly increases the rate at which rust forms.
(A) The presence of air pollutants
(B) Air pollutants are present
(C) Because the presence of air pollutants
(D) Air pollutants whose presence
4. The Sun, the Moon, and Earth have magnetic fields, and......evidence that the stellar that extend through vast regions galaxies have fields of space.
(A) which is
(B) is
(C) because
(D) There is
5. The “confederation school” poets of nineteenth-century Canada were primarily nature poets, ----- a wealth of eulogies to Canadian rural life.
(A) and producing
(B) who they produced
(C) producing
(D) whose production of
6. Since prehistoric people first applied natural pigments to cave walls, ---- have painted to express themselves.
(A) when artists
(B) artists
(C) artists who
(D) that artists
7. About 42 million bushels of oats are used annually --- manufacture of breakfast foods in die United States.
(A) the
(B) is the
(C) in the
(D) to
8. Any acid can, in principle, neutralize any base, although .......between some of the more reactive compounds.
(A) side reactions can occur
(B) the occurrence of side reactions can
(C) can side reactions occur
(D) side reactions that can occur
9. Just over two-thirds of Earth’s surface is covered by wafer, ...... more than 98 percent of this water is contained in the oceans.
(A) with
(B) which
(C) and
(D) resulting
l0. Pleasing to look at and touch, beads come in shapes, colors, and materials .......to handle and to sort them.
(A) that almost compel one
(B) one compels
(C) that compel almost
(D) one is almost compelled
11. In 1978 the united States National Air and Space Administration selected Sally Ride.......the first woman astronaut.
(A) who being
(B) to be
(C) and being
(D) was
12. Adhesions are ....... formed within the body in response to inflammation or injury.
(A) that thin bands of scar tissue
(B) they thin bands of scar tissue when
(C) thin bands of scar tissue
(D) thin bands of scar tissue able to
13. The planet Neptune is about 30 times ...... from the Sun as Earth is.
(A) far
(B) as far
(C) more far
(D) far that
14. Not until the 1850's ...... a few public-spirited citizens and state legislatures seek to rescue historic buildings in the United States from destruction or alteration.
(A) both
(B) came
(C) did
(D) when
15. ----- 200 bones forming the framework, or skeleton, of the human body.
(A) Being over
(B)There are over
(C) Where over
(D)Over
1. .........crumbles readily when exposed to a moist, acid atmosphere, but the stone is durable in a
dry atmosphere.
(A) The surface of marble is
(B) The surface of marble, which
(C) Although the surface of marble
(D) The surface of marble
2. By using their trunks, elephants can tell the shape of an object and ........ is rough or smooth, or hot or cold.
(A) it
(B) whether it
(C) how
(D) since it
3. In 1989 Carret Hongo was chosen as ........ for the Pulitzer Prize in poetry.
(A) his being one of the finalists
(B) to be one of the finalists
(C) one of the finalists
(D) the one finalist who
4. The Moon is much closer to Earth ...... is the Sun, and thus it had greater influence on the tides.
(A) unlike
(B) than
(C) but
(D) where
5. The brain of an average adult is one of the largest organs of the body, ........about three pounds.
(A) weighs
(B) is weighed
(C) weighing
(D) to weigh it
6. Throughout history ........different representations for numbers and for the basic process of counting.
(A) have been many
(B) there have been many
(C) many
(D) when many
7. Democratic governments constantly face the problem of balancing …..... the individual with the needs of society.
(A) the rights of
(B) to the rights for
(C) for the rights to
(D) with the rights by
8. Connecticut was the fifth of the original thirteen states …..... the Constitution of the United States.
(A) ratified
(B) ratify
(C) to ratify
(D) have ratified
9. The chemical composition of sandstone is the same as ….....
(A) that of sand
(B) that sand is
(C) sand is that
(D) what of sand
10. Hydrofoils can exceed 75 miles per hour, as compared with conventional watercraft, whose maximum speeds .......... approach 50 miles per hour.
(A) are rarely
(B) rarely
(C) of rarely
(D) they rarely
11. It was novelist and poet ….... in 1968 founded Jackson State University's Institute for the Study of the History, Life, and Culture of Black People.
(A) Margaret Walker did
(B) Margaret Walker
(C) Margaret Walker who
(D) Margaret Walker and
12. Before the Europeans arrived, American Indians were using virgin copper …... into ornaments, knives, and other artifacts.
(A) Which was hammering
(B) which hammered
(C) was hammered
(D) hammered
13. In western North America, …...... form the Great Divide, which separates the areas from which waters flow either eastward to the Atlantic or westward to the Pacific.
(A) the Rocky Mountains
(B) where the Rocky Mountains
(C) the Rocky Mountains in which
(D) there are the Rocky Mountains
14. Some ecologists believe ….... more than 50 percent of existing species will be lost in the next 100 years.
(A) because
(B) that
(C) while there is
(D) that there are
15. Almost ….... substances expand in volume when heated and contract when cooled.
(A) all
(B) they all
(C) all of
(D) all are



1.When __ from milk, the remainder is called skim milk.
(A)all the butterfat is removed
(B)removing all the butterfat that
(C)is all the butterfat removed
(D)the removal of all the butterfat

2.The Buffalo River in Arkansas was designated __ in 1972.
(A)a national river and
(B)which a national river
(C)a national river
(D)being a national river

3.Much of northern Canada lies within the Arctic Circle, and __ ice or the sparse vegetation known as tundra.
(A)it is permanently covered by
(B)by permanently it is covered
(C)is permanently covered by it
(D)it is covered by permanently

4.Manipulation of the spinal column, massage, and dietary adjustments __ used in chiropractic therapy.
(A)the principal methods are
(B)are the principal methods
(C)how are the principal methods
(D)are there the principal methods

5.Giant corporations __ to dominate the United States economy in the late nineteenth century, grew steadily larger during the 1920%.
(A)which began
(B)in which began
(C)they began
(D)which they began

6.The tradition of the bowhead whale hunt __ back a thousand years and is a vital part of Inuit culture.
(A)goes
(B)if it goes
(C)gone
(D)that went

7.__ the son of an impoverished farmer, was born on Long Island.
(A)The poet was Walt Whitman
(B)When the poet Walt Whitman
(C)The poet Walt Whitman
(D)That the poet Walt Whitman

8.The primary digestive function of the throat and esophagus is __ swallowed materials from the mouth to the stomach.
(A)to transport
(B)transported
(C)for transportation
(D)that transported

9.Insulin is manufactured by specialized cells in the pancreas and released __ glucose reaches a certain concentration in the bloodstream.
(A)which
(B)whenever
(C)how
(D)during

10.One of the basic principles of wildlife conservation involves __ adequate natural food and shelter to maintain populations of each species in a given habitat.
(A)the provision
(B)that provision
(C)to provide
(D)providing

11.In 1974 the space probe Mariner 10 discovered __ Mercury's surface is cratered by meteorite impacts.
(A)that the planet
(B)of the planet
(C)the planet that
(D)which planet is

12.In the diurnal type of tidal oscillation, the alternate rise and fall of sea level, a single high water and a single low water occur __ tidal day.
(A)each
(B)each of
(C)each of the
(D)of each

13.The chief justice of the United States presides over the Supreme Court during oral arguments and in conferences __ 。
(A)of which decisions concern
(B)have important decisions
(C)that important decisions
(D)concerning important decisions

14.By focusing on the interesting, __ the significant, the penny press newspapers of the 1830's helped to change the concept of news.
(A)which does not necessarily
(B)not necessarily
(C)was not necessarily
(D)nor necessarily being

15.××××××××ary evidence supports claims that __ the New World about AD 1000.
(A)reached the Vikings
(B)the Vikings reached
(C)reaching the Vikings
(D)the Vikings that reached



1. The giant ragweed, or buffalo weed, grows ---.
(A) 18 feet up to high
(B) to high 18 feet up
(C) up to 18 feet high
(D) 18 feet high up to

2. Neptune is --- any planet except Pluto.
(A) to be far from the Sun
(B) far from the Sun being
(C) farther than the Sun is
(D) farther from the Sun than

3. Since prehistoric times, artists have arranged
paint on surfaces in ways --- their ideas about
people and the world.
(A) express
(B) that their expression of
(C) which, expressing
(D) that express

4. Except for certain microorganisms, --- need
oxygen to survive.
(A) of all living things
(B) all living things
(C) all are living things
(D) are all living things

5. Dubbing is used in filmmaking --- a new sound
track to a motion picture.
(A) which to add
(B) to add
(C) is adding that
(D) to add while

6. --- of green lumber may come from moisture in
the wood.
(A) More weight than half
(B) Of the weight, more than half
(C) The weight is more than half
(D) More than half of the weight

7. Archaeologists study ---- to trace ancient trade
routes because such tools are relatively rare, and
each occurrence has a slightly different chemical
composition.
(A) which obsidian tools
(B) obsidian tools
(C) how obsidian tools
(D) obsidian tools are

8. ---- the hamster’s basic diet is vegetarian, some
hamsters also eat insects.
(A) Despite
(B) Although
(C) Regardless of
(D) Consequently

9. The Navajo Indians of the southwestern United
States --- for their sand painting, also called dry
painting.
(A) noted
(B) are noted
(C) to be noted
(D) have noted

10. In 1784, the leaders of what would later
become the state of Virginia gave up --- to the
territory that later became five different
Midwestern states.
(A) any claim
(B) when the claim
(C) to claim
(D) would claim


11. ---- one after another, parallel computers
perform groups of operations at the same time.
(A) Conventional computers, by handling tasks
(B) Since tasks being handled by conventional
computers
(C) Whereas conventional computers handle
tasks
(D) While tasks handled by conventional
computers

12. The Liberty Bell, formerly housed in
Independence Hall, --- in Philadelphia, was
moved to a separate glass pavilion in 1976.
(A) which a historic building
(B) a historic building which
(C) was a historic building
(D) a historic building

13. Fossils, traces of dead organisms found in the
rocks of Earth’s crust, reveal --- at the time the
rocks were formed.
(A) what was like
(B) was like life
(C) what life was like
(D) life was like

14. Although the huge ice masses ---- glaciers
move slowly, they are a powerful erosive force
in nature.
(A) call them
(B) are called
(C) to call
(D) called

15. The soybean contains vitamins, essential
minerals, --- high percentage of protein.
(A) a
(B) and a
(C) since a
(D) of which a


1. The gray scale, a progressive series of shades
ranging from black to white, is used in
computer graphics ---- detail to graphical
images.
(A) added
(B) to add
(C) are added
(D) and add

2. By ---- excluding competition from an industry, governments have often created public service monopolies.
(A) they adopt laws
(B) laws are adopted
(C) adopting laws
(D) having laws adopt

3. ---- skeleton of an insect is on the outside of its
body.
(A) Its
(B) That the
(C) There is a
(D) The

4. Lenses, ---- are used to correct imperfections in eyesight.
(A) are the forms of glasses and contact lenses
(B) in the form of glasses and contact lenses
(C) glasses and contact lenses which form
(D) glasses and contact lenses may be formed

5. In eighteenth-century North America, printed engravings provided ---- of rococo style.
(A) the most manifestation widespread
(B) manifestation widespread the most
(C) the widespread manifestation most
(D) the most widespread manifestation

6. In the Arctic tundra, ice fog may form under clear skies in winter, ---- coastal fogs or low status clouds are common in summer.
(A) because of
(B) whereas
(C) despite
(D) that

7. On attaining maximum size, ---- by drawing
itself out and dividing into two daughter
amoebas, each receiving identical nuclear
materials.
(A) the reproduction of the amoeba
(B) the amoeba, which reproduces
(C) reproducing the amoeba
(D) the amoeba reproduces

8. For the advertiser, one of the greatest appeals of radio is ---- an audience all day long.
(A) that it has
(B) that to have
(C) to have it
(D) having it

9. Charles Schulz’s comic strip, “Peanuts,”
features children who make --- about life.
(A) funny, wise statements that
(B) which funny, wise statements
(C) statements are funny but wise
(D) funny but wise statements

10. One of the major rivers of the western United
States, ---- flows for some 1,500 miles from
Colorado to northwestern Mexico.
(A) it is the Colorado River
(B) the Colorado River which
(C) and the Colorado River
(D) the Colorado River

11. In art, the tendency of gouache colors to
lighten on drying makes ---- a wide range of
pearly or pastel-like effects.
(A) it is possible
(B) possible
(C) possible to be
(D) it possible the

12. Isabel Bishop was one of many American
artists ---- by the government during the
Depression years on various federal art
projects.
(A) employed
(B) whose employment
(C) to employ
(D) had been employed

13. Outbreaks of diseases in trees commonly
occur ---- stressed because of drought or other
environmental factors.
(A) as forests that become
(B) in forests become
(C) that become forests
(D) when forests become

14. To break thick ice, an icebreaker boat moves
fast enough to ride up on the ice, ---- under its
weight.
(A) so then breaks
(B) when breaks it
(C) which then breaks
(D) for which then breaks

15. Cholesterol is present in large quantities in
the nervous system, where ---- compound of
myelin.
(A) it a
(B) a
(C) being a
(D) it is a



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