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  1. The ships had their days of …………………. in the 1840s and 1850s.
  2. glorious b. glory                                  c. glorify                                d. gloriously
  3. Tea loses its flavor quickly …………………… in the hold of a vessel.
  4. when storing b. stored                                c. when stored                       d. storing
  5. Earl was one of the first American artists …………………. landscapes.
  6. painting b. painted                              c. for painting                       d. to paint
  7. The crime rate has continued to rise in American cities despite efforts on the part of both government and private citizens to curb …………….
  8. them b. him                                    c. its                                        d. it
  9. In 1778, he ……………… to London to study with Benjamin West for four years.
  10. has gone b. had gone                           c. would go                           d. went
  11. No one has been able to satisfactorily explain how or ………… The Moon sporadically sparks.
  12. when                        b. why                                    c. what                                   d. which
  13. The basic fiber-optics system is called a fiberscope, ………… Consists of two bundles of fibers.
  14. which b. in which                            c. where                                 d. what
  15. Physicians can look into the lungs, heart and other areas that were formerly…………….. to them.
  16. accessibly               b. access                                c. accessible                          d. inaccessible
  17. …………… his highly individual conceptions of music and chaos, John Cage became a leading figure in avant-garde music.
  18. Such was b. Due to                               c. Because from                    d. That
  19. Sanford Meisner …………… the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City.
  20. founding and directing b. who founded and directed
  21. founded and directed                                           d. in finding and directing
  22. Experiments in the sonic imaging of moving objects …………… in both the United States and Europe well before the Second World War.
  23. were conducting b. have been conducted       c. had been conducted         d. being conducted
  24. …………… billions and billions of stars exist in the vast space beyond our Milky Way galaxy.
  25. That is estimated b. An estimate that
  26. That the estimate d. It is estimated that
  27. …………… gene-bearing bodies within the nuclei of living organisms.
  28. Chromosomes b. Chromosomes that are
  29. Chromosomes are d. Chromosomes while they are

–> c

  1. Abner Doubleday, ……………, was credited with the invention of baseball in 1839.
  2. who become a Union army general b. which became a Union army general
  3. who were a Union army general d. a Union army general
  4. …………… photosynthesis were to stop, life would disappear from the planet Earth relatively quickly.
  5. For                           b. However                           c. If                                         d. Although
  6. Each fiber in the bundle …………….. only a tiny fraction of the total image.
  7. transmit b. transmitted                        c. transmits                            d. to transmit
  8. Antonio Gaudi, architect of Barcelona’s Holy Family Church, died before seeing …………… the structure.
  9. on completion of b. the completion of
  10. completing of d. their completing of
  11. This is the factory …………………………… at work.
  12. they are b. where they are                  c. where are                           d. in where they are
  13. America’s first globe maker was James Wilson, who ………………. and blacksmith in his earlier life.
  14. a farmer had been b. had been a farmer
  15. farming d. being a farmer
  16. Napoleon ………………. the West Indian island of Santo Domingo in 1801.
  17. attacked b. is attacking                       c. has attracted                      d. attacking
  18. Modern industrial methods have supplanted individual crafts, ……………….

stone carvers, coopers, and cobblers virtually extinct.

  1. make blacksmiths,                                                b. made blacksmiths,
  2. making them blacksmiths, d. making blacksmiths,
  3. Not only knowledge and skills, but also attitudes ………………. in school for students’ future adjustment to society.
  4. when cultivated b. cultivated
  5. which need to be cultivated d. need to be cultivated
  6. On Mercator’s maps, the far northern and southern polar regions are………………..
  7. greatly exaggerated in area. b. exaggerating greatly in area.
  8. greatly exaggerate in area.                                  d. great exaggeration in area.
  9. On the slope of Long’s Peak in Colorado ………………. the ruin of a gigantic tree.
  10. that lies b. lies                                     c. where lies                          d. lie
  11. ………………. in Shanghai than in any other city in China.
  12. More people live b. More people living          c. It has more people           d. More living people
  13. The earth spins on its axis and ………………. 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.09

seconds for one complete rotation.

  1. need b. needed                               c. needing                              d. needs
  2. ………………. on the environment for the gratification of its needs.
  3. Each organism to depend b. Every organism depends
  4. All organisms depending d. Many organisms can depend
  5. Of Charles Dickens’ many novels, expectations perhaps ………………. to many readers.
  6. a. the most satisfying one most satisfying one
  7. more than satisfying one d. the more satisfying than
  8. ………………., the nation’s capital remained in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  9. While designing Washington, D.C.
  10. Washington, D.C., was designed
  11. While Washington, D.C., was being designed
  12. Washington, D.C., designed
  13. Children learn primarily by ………………. the world around them.
  14. experiencing directly of b. experience direct
  15. directly physical experience d. direct physical experience of
  16. It is earth’s gravity that ………………. people their weight.
  17. gives                        b. give                                    c. giving                                 d. given
  18. Generally speaking, people should have ………………. as their desires will allow.
  19. much education b. as much education           c. education                          d. for education
  20. A dolphin six ………………. length can move as fast as most ships.
  21. foot in b. feet in                                c. foot of                                d. feet of
  22. With new technology, cameras can take pictures of underwater valleys………………. color.
  23. within b. for                                      c. in                                        d. by
  24. …………….. the fifth largest among the nine planets that make up our solar system.
  25. The Earth is b. The Earth being               c. That the Earth is               d. Being the Earth
  26. In mathematics, a variable is a symbol …………….. some element of a set.
  27. and representing b. represents                         c. that represents                  d. represents that
  28. ……………… actress’s life is in many ways unlike that of other women.
  29. a. An A                                         c. As the                                 d. That the
  30. About 20 miles from Boston, ……………… a little town named Concord that has a rich history.
  31. has b. there is                               c. there are                             d. where is
  32. An advisor to both Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman, ……………..of Bethune Cookman College.
  33. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune was the founder
  34. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune, who was the founder
  35. the founder was Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune
  36. did the founder Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune
  37. Warmth, moisture, and oxygen are three necessary requirements …………….. most seedlings.
  38. a. for cultivating for cultivate                      c. as cultivating                    d. can cultivate
  39. They share the housework …………………… between them.
  40. equally b. equal                                  c. they are equal                   d. and equal
  41. A well-known large natural lake is Lake Tahoe, …………….. straddles the California-Nevada border.
  42. and                           b. which                                 c. since                                   d. for
  43. Before …………….., they used horse-drawn wooden carts.
  44. farmers have had tractors b. tractors owned by farmers
  45. having tractors farmers                                        d. farmers had tractors
  46. Tuna, …………….., may weigh up to 1,000 pounds.
  47. is the sea giant b. can be giants of the sea
  48. one of the sea giants d. the sea of the giant
  49. Physical fitness exercises can cause injuries …………….. the participants are not careful.
  50. that b. to                                        c. if                                         d. with
  51. Total weight of all the ants in the world is much greater than ……………..
  52. to all human beings b. all human beings is that
  53. that of all human beings d. is of all human beings
  54. …………….. for overall health.
  55. a. Extra fiber in one’s diet is helpful Extra fiber is one’s helpful diet
  56. Helpful one’s diet is extra fiber d. One’s diet is helpful in extra fiber
  57. Elephants scratch themselves with sticks ………………
  58. holding in their trunks b. in their trunks holding
  59. hold in their trunks                                               d. held in their trunks
  60. Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” ………….. $39.9 million, three times the previous record.
  61. a. once sold for for sale once                     c. selling for once                 d. for once sold
  62. Some monkeys, …………….., use their tails in a way similar to a hand.
  63. a. like the spider monkey spider monkey likes
  64. to the spider monkey d. the monkey likes the spider
  65. Black, red, and even bright pink diamonds ………………….
  66. occasionally to find b. occasionally found
  67. have occasionally been found d. have occasionally found
  68. Between the California Coast Range and the Sierra Nevada …………………
  69. great Central Valley b. the great Central Valley
  70. being the great Central Valley d. lies the great Central Valley
  71. It is gravity …………….. objects toward the earth.
  72. pull b. that pulls                           c. to pull                                d. what pulls
  73. …………….. their territories but rather than fight, they howl.
  74. Wolves protectively jealous b. Jealous of wolves
  75. Protection of wolves d. Wolves jealously protect
  76. …………….. strength of 70 horses, a forklift toils all day long in a warehouse lifting great weights.
  77. Because the b. With the                            c. Some                                  d. The
  78. The growth of two-income families in the United States ……………… of people moving to a new social class.
  79. has resulted in millions b. results of millions
  80. millions of results d. resulting in millions
  81. Using a globe can be …………….. it is educational.
  82. enjoyable b. to enjoy as                        c. as enjoyable                      d. as enjoyable as
  83. Each mediocre book we read means one less great book that we would otherwise have a chance ………………
  84. to read them b. read                                    c. reading                               d. to read
  85. Most accidents in the home can be prevented by …………….. elimination of hazards.
  86. that b. that the                              c. there is a                            d. the
  87. …………….. problems in sailing in tropical seas is the coral reefs.
  88. One of the biggest b. The biggest one
  89. Of the biggest one d. There are the biggest
  90. The strongest dump trucks work in rock quarries, …………….. tons of rocks and soil at one time.
  91. that they move b. they move                         c. where they move              d. which they move
  92. Alice Freeman, …………….. to head Wellesley College at age 27, is one of the youngest college presidents in history.
  93. who was appointed b. has been appointed
  94. that is appointed d. is appointed
  95. Helen Keller lost both her sight and hearing after a severe illness ……………..
  96. of her age in 19 months b. she was 19 months old
  97. when she was 19 months old d. when 19 months old she was
  98. Because aluminum is lighter and cheaper …………., it is frequently used for high-tension power transmission.
  99. as copper b. than copper                       c. for copper                         d. more copper
  100. It is only recently that ballets have been based on themes …………. American life.
  101. reflecting b. reflects                              c. is reflecting                       d. reflected
  102. Poison oak generates irritating poisons …………. even if people merely brush against the plants.
  103. they can affect people b. that can affect people
  104. what can effect people                                         d. which do they affect
  105. …………. ants live in colonies, keep farms, go to war, carry off slaves, and have a society somewhat like human beings.
  106. Studies of ant life show that b. Studies of ant life that
  107. That is studied d. That the studies of ant life
  108. Generic medications are just as …………., and much less expensive.
  109. effectively brand-name products b. brand-name products effective
  110. brand-name products as effective d. effective as brand-name products
  111. …………. is no way to tell the exact number of heroin addicts in the United States.
  112. It b. There                                 c. What                                  d. Each
  113. Ernest Hemingway is …………. of modern fiction.
  114. one of the molders b. the molders one
  115. who is one of the molders d. the molders who is the one
  116. …………. occasions for congratulations.
  117. Birthdays that usually considered b. Usually considering birthdays
  118. Birthdays are usually considered d. That considered birthdays usually
  119. Forty-niners …………. to California for gold in 1848.
  120. rushed b. are rushed                         c. have rushed                       d. rushing
  121. In order for people to work together effectively, they need …………. each other’s needs.
  122. to be sensitive to b. is sensitive for
  123. sensitivity d. sensitive
  124. It is good form to use the name of the person …………..
  125. who are greeting b. you are greeting               c. which you are greeting    d. greeting for you
  126. …………. the promotion of health and to helping people avoid injury and disease.
  127. To commit the Red Cross b. The Red Cross to commit
  128. Committed to the Red Cross is d. The Red Cross is committed to
  129. People usually can get a sufficient amount of the calcium their bodies

…………. from the food they consume.

  1. need b. needs                                 c. needing                              d. to need
  2. It is possible …………. may assist some trees in saving water in the winter.
  3. the leaves are lost b. when leaves have lost
  4. that the loss of leaves d. to lose leaves
  5. Hollywood, the heart of America’s motion picture industry, …………. of Los Angeles a century ago.
  6. was only a quiet suburb b. only quiet suburb was
  7. quiet suburb only was d. suburb was quiet only
  8. Kitchen appliances called blenders became …………. in the 1930s, when Stephen J. Poplawski developed a machine that excelled at making his favorite drink.
  9. establish b. establishing                      c. established                        d. which establish
  10. Built at the beginning of the century, the Library of Congress houses one of the largest …………. collections of books in the world.
  11. and fine b. and finest                          c. or finest                             d. yet fine
  12. In the preparation of fibrous material for production uses, stiff woody fibers from plants …………. fibers from animal sources.
  13. the most heat the b. need more heat than
  14. than more heat needed d. need the more heat than
  15. Partnership is an association of two or more individuals who …………. together to develop a business.
  16. worked b. they work                          c. work                                   d. working
  17. Chosen as the nation’s capital at the end of the American Civil War, ………….

a city of over a million people.

  1. Washington, D.C., is now b. for Washington, D.C.,
  2. to Washington, D.C.,                                            d. now in Washington, D.C.,
  3. Within an area of only 100 miles, Death Valley sinks to 282 feet below sea level while Mount Whitney …………. to a height of 14,494 feet.
  4. soaring b. soar                                    c. soared                                d. soars
  5. The cosmopolitan flavor of San Francisco is enhanced by …………. shops and restaurants.
  6. an ethnic b. its many ethnic                 c. its ethnicity                       d. ethnicity
  7. …………. that increasing numbers of compact-disc players will be bought by consumers in the years to come.
  8. They are anticipated b. In anticipation
  9. Anticipating d. It is anticipated
  10. Birds all over the world …………. in distances up to thousands of miles.
  11. migrating b. migrated                            c. migrate                              d. are migrated
  12. Cellulose, which …………. for making paper, can be found in all plants.
  13. is used b. uses                                    c. are used                             d. is using
  14. …………. , human beings have relatively constant body temperature.
  15. Alike all mammal b. Alike all mammals
  16. c. Like all mammals Like all mammal
  17. So far there is no vaccine …………. in sight for the common cold.
  18. or curing b. has cured                           c. or cure                               d. having cured

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