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101 We test our products for safety …… durability (A) nor (B) as well as (C) but (D) or (B) As well as is a conjunction that adds ideas Choice (A) is a conjunction that is paired with neither Choice (C) shows contrast Choice (D) requires a choice 101 We test our products for safety …… durability (A) nor (B) as well as (C) but (D) or 102 … Wall Street closed, analysts were pleased with the high volume (A) Because (B) While (C) The (D) When (D) When is a conjunction that indicates time Choice (A) shows cause and result Choice (B) means at the same time Choice (C) is an article 102 … Wall Street closed, analysts were pleased with the high volume (A) Because (B) While (C) The (D) When 103 While the presentation … , the secretary was taping it (A) was being made (B) has been made (C) was making (D) made (A) Was being made is the past progressive in the passive Choice (B) is the present perfect in the passive Choice (C) is the past progressive tense Choice (D) is the past tense 103 While the presentation … , the secretary was taping it (A) was being made (B) has been made (C) was making (D) made (B) Although is a transition word that indicates a contrast Choices (A), (C), and (D) add ideas 136 Last year was a year of real progress, … our funds had been cut (A) still (B) although (C) consequently (D) additionally 137 There have been no grievances … problems reported in the last six months (A) and (B) also (C) but (D) or (D) Or is a conjunction that excludes both ideas Choices (A) and (B) add ideas Choice (C) indicates a contrast 137 There have been no grievances … problems reported in the last six months (A) and (B) also (C) but (D) or 138 The reservation clerk had him … his name twice (A) spell (B) to spell (C) spells (D) spelled (A) Causative had requires the simple form of the following verb spell when the subject does not the action Choice (B) is the infinitive Choice (C) is the present tense Choice (D) is the past tense 138 The reservation clerk had him … his name twice (A) spell (B) to spell (C) spells (D) spelled 139 If we … her foresight, our growth would have been more difficult (A) has (B) did not have (C) had (D) had not had (D) A past unreal condition uses the past perfect in the if clause Choice (A) is present tense Choice (B) is past tense (negative) Choice (C) is past tense 139 If we … her foresight, our growth would have been more difficult (A) has (B) did not have (C) had (D) had not had 140 The research director had the department … a thorough job in polling potential customers (A) done (B) (C) doing (D) did (B) Causative had requires the simple form of the following verb when the subject does the action Choice (A) is the past participle Choice (C) is the present participle Choice (D) is the past tense 140 The research director had the department … a thorough job in polling potential customers (A) done (B) (C) doing (D) did THANK YOU ... following verb when the subject does the action Choice (B) is the past participle Choice (C) is the infinitive Choice (D) is the present participle 107 The clerk inadvertently let the folder … (A) drop... immediately (A) to arrange (B) will arrange (C) arranged (D) arrange (C) Causative want requires the past participle of the following verb when the subject does not the action Choice (A) is the infinitive
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Xem thêm: PART v1 , PART v1 , The clerk inadvertently let the folder ….. . (A) drop (B) dropped (C) to drop (D) dropping, These contracts will encourage the growth of a more competitive banking structure ….. . (A) always (B) two years ago (C) in the next year (D) sometimes, (A) Adverbs of definite frequency can appear at the ends of sentences. Choices (B), (C), and (D) are adverbs of indefinite frequency., (B) Although is a transition word that indicates a contrast. Choices (A), (C), and (D) add ideas.

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