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101 You … introduce me to the chairperson because we have already met (A) must to (B) should (C) not have (D) are supposed to (C) If people have already met, you not have to introduce them Choices (A), (B), and (D) incorrectly suggest that an introduction is required 101 You … introduce me to the chairperson because we have already met (A) must to (B) should (C) not have (D) are supposed to 102 Their … expertise is a result of their training (A) technical (B) technique (C) technician (D) technicians (A) Expertise should be modified by the adjective technical Choice (B) is a noun Choice (C) is a noun referring to a person Choice (D) is the plural form of a noun 102 Their … expertise is a result of their training (A) technical (B) technique (C) technician (D) technicians 103 Please tell your colleagues … in the No Smoking area (A) don’t smoke (B) not to smoke (C) not smoking (D) aren’t smoking (B) The causative verb tell takes the infinitive not to smoke Choice (A) is the present tense Choice (C) is the gerund Choice (D) is the present progressive 103 Please tell your colleagues … in the No Smoking area (A) don’t smoke (B) not to smoke (C) not smoking (D) aren’t smoking (C) Past continuous action can be interrupted by an action in the past tense Choice (A) indicates a past action that continues in the present Choice (B) is future tense Choice (D) is present continuous tense 136 When it began to snow, the boys … outside (A) have played (B) will play (C) were playing (D) are playing 137 Mr Van Dyke … play tennis, but now he does (A) never used to (B) used to (C) had used to (D) did use to (A) Never used to means was not in the habit of Choices (B) and (D) are not logical Choice (C) is incorrect because the past perfect needs another past tense 137 Mr Van Dyke … play tennis, but now he does (A) never used to (B) used to (C) had used to (D) did use to 138 E-mail cannot be sent … the network is operational (A) since (B) until (C) when (D) that (B) Until indicates a time relationship Choices (A) and (C) are not logical; both are cases where e-mail could not be sent Choice (D) is a relative pronoun 138 E-mail cannot be sent … the network is operational (A) since (B) until (C) when (D) that 139 The … staff has been excellent (A) maintaining (B) maintained (C) maintainable (D) maintenance (D) Maintenance is a noun modifying staff Choice (A) is a gerund Choice (B) is the past tense Choice (C) is an adjective meaning can be maintained 139 The … staff has been excellent (A) maintaining (B) maintained (C) maintainable (D) maintenance 140 Dr Wu … his secretary making plans for her birthday party (A) overheard (B) overcame (C) overwrought (D) overdrew (A) Overheard means heard by accident Choice (B) means conquered Choice (C) is an adjective that means very upset Choice (D) means took too much money from a bank account 140 Dr Wu … his secretary making plans for her birthday party (A) overheard (B) overcame (C) overwrought (D) overdrew THANK YOU ... introduce me to the chairperson because we have already met (A) must to (B) should (C) not have (D) are supposed to (C) If people have already met, you not have to introduce them Choices (A), (B),... aren’t smoking (B) The causative verb tell takes the infinitive not to smoke Choice (A) is the present tense Choice (C) is the gerund Choice (D) is the present progressive 103 Please tell your colleagues... required 101 You … introduce me to the chairperson because we have already met (A) must to (B) should (C) not have (D) are supposed to 1 02 Their … expertise is a result of their training (A) technical
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Xem thêm: PART v 2 , PART v 2 , (C) If people have already met, you do not have to introduce them. Choices (A), (B), and (D) incorrectly suggest that an introduction is required., (A) Still can precede a negative form. Choices (B), (C), and (D) are adverbs that cannot precede negative forms., Could you please ….. this article for the annual report? (A) advise (B) revise (C) devise (D) device, The consultants issue their reports ….. . (A) usually (B) anymore (C) already (D) weekly, (C) Because of is followed by a noun phrase. Choices (A), (B), and (D) must b followed by clauses., (C) Despite is a preposition and can be followed by a noun phrase. Choices (A), (B), and (D) are conjunctions and must b followed by a clause., (B) Not only ... but also is a paired conjunction. Choices (A), (C), and (D) a not paired with not only., (B) Adverbs of definite frequency may appear at the end of a clause. Choices (A), (C), and (D) place the adverb in incorrect positions.

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