PART VI

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PART VI Directions: In Questions 141-160, each sentence has four words or phrases underlined The four underlined parts of the sentence are marked (A), (B), (C), (D) You are to identify the one underlined word or phrase that should be corrected or rewritten Then, on your answer sheet, find the number of the question and mark your answer Example Sample Answer All employee (A) are required (A) (B) (C) (D) to wear (B) their identification (C) badges while (D) at work The underlined word "employee' is not correct In this sentence This sentence should read, "All employees are required to wear their identification badges while at work." Therefore, you should choose answer (A) Now begin work on the questions 141 The messenger (A) had the receipt (B) signed (C) before he left an office (D) 141 The messenger (A) had the receipt (B) signed (C) before he left an office (D) 141 (D) Reference to a specific office requires the definite article: before he left the office Choices (A) and (B) are correct noun phrases Choice (C) is a correct past participle 142 Paychecks (A) are distributed to all employees (B) on (C) Friday afternoons in (D) 3:00 142 Paychecks (A) are distributed to all employees (B) on (C) Friday afternoons in (D) 3:00 142 (D) The preposition at refers to specific times: at 3:00 Choice (A) is a correct noun Choice (B) is a correct noun phrase Choice (C) is a correct preposition 143 The management team (A) worked hard on the proposal and are (B) disappointed to discover (C) that their proposal wasn't (D) chosen 143 The management team (A) worked hard on the proposal and are (B) disappointed to discover (C) that their proposal wasn't (D) chosen 143 (B) Management team is a singular subject and requires a singular verb: The management team is disappointed Choice (A) is a correct noun phrase Choice (C) is a correct infinitive Choice (D) is a correct verb 156 The staff on the third (A) floor has asked (B) the smokers to avoid to take (C) their breaks in the office so the smoke won't bother (D) the nonsmokers 156 The staff on the third (A) floor has asked (B) the smokers to avoid to take (C) their breaks in the office so the smoke won't bother (D) the nonsmokers 156 (C) Avoid is followed by the gerund: has asked the smokers to avoid taking their breaks in the office Choice (A) is a correct prepositional phrase Choices (B) and (D) are correct verbs 157 Has the boss (A) decided to give we (B) the holiday off, or (C) will we get overtime for the hours (D) that we work? 157 Has the boss (A) decided to give we (B) the holiday off, or (C) will we get overtime for the hours (D) that we work? 157 (B) A pronoun that serves as the object of verb must be in the objective form: Has the boss decided to give us the holiday off Choice (A) is a correct noun phrase Choice (C) is a correct conjunction Choice (D) is a correct prepositional phrase 158 Ms Chyn always (A) gets a lot done, but (B) yesterday she did more work that (C) I've ever seen before (D) 158 Ms Chyn always (A) gets a lot done, but (B) yesterday she did more work that (C) I've ever seen before (D) 158 (C) Comparisons require than between the items being compared: more work than I’ve ever seen before Choice (A) is a correct adverb Choice (B) is a correct conjunction Choice (D) is a correct adverb 159 Mr Lu is concerned because there is (A) no news about shipment (B) that was made more than (C) three weeks ago (D) 159 Mr Lu is concerned because there is (A) no news about shipment (B) that was made more than (C) three weeks ago (D) 159 (B) Singular nouns must be used with article: about the shipment Choice (A) is a correct verb Choice (C) is a correct comparison Choice (D) is a correct adverb 160 From (A) now on, all visitor (B) must show (C) identification at the receptionist's desk in (D) the lobby 160 From (A) now on, all visitor (B) must show (C) identification at the receptionist's desk in (D) the lobby 160 (B) All is used with plural count nouns or with noncount nouns: all visitors Choices (A) and (D) are correct prepositions Choice (C) is a correct verb ... supervisors considers (B) her to be (C) an (D) efficient employee 144 Ms Park's evaluations show that her (A) supervisors considers (B) her to be (C) an (D) efficient employee 144 (B) Supervisors... from Mr White of (D) the Best Service Company? 147 Could you find a letter (A) that you showed me (B) yesterday morning that was (C) from Mr White of (D) the Best Service Company? 147 (A) Reference... efficient employee 144 (B) Supervisors is a plural subject and requires a plural verb: her supervisors consider her Choice (A) is a correct pronoun Choice (C) is a correct infinitive Choice (D)
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