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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 Mr Jeffries has been teaching (A) for twenty years by the (B) time he retires from (C) Central University next year (D) 141 Mr Jeffries has been teaching (A) for twenty years by the (B) time he retires from (C) Central University next year (D) 141 (A) Present perfect progressive is the wrong tense: will have been The clues for ,twenty years, by the time, and next year indicate the need for future perfect or future perfect progressive Choice (B) is the correct article Choice (C) is the correct preposition Choice (D) is a correct noun 142 All of (A) our ski instructors have completed (B) training courses in (C) ski instruction and have experienced (D) with first aid 142 All of (A) our ski instructors have completed (B) training courses in (C) ski instruction and have experienced (D) with first aid 142 (D) Experienced should be the noun experience The verb have is not an auxiliary Choice (A) is the correct adjective/preposition combination Choice (B) is a correct verb Choice (C) is a correct preposition 143 Ms Olajuwon usually is liking (A) cake, but (B) today she (C) is on (D) a diet 143 Ms Olajuwon usually is liking (A) cake, but (B) today she (C) is on (D) a diet 143 (A) is liking should be likes because of the adverb of frequency usually that precedes it: usually likes cake Choice (B) is a correct conjunction Choice (C) is a correct pronoun Choice (D) is a correct preposition 156 The Transpacific Friendship Society was established to foster (A) cultural exchanges, promote international business opportunities, and giving (B) aid to disadvantaged (C) groups in (D) Southeast Asia 156 (B) Giving should be give so that it is parallel with foster and promote Choice (A) is a correct infinitive Choice (C) is a correct participial adjective Choice (0) is a correct preposition 157 Many older employees who not qualify (A) for new positions in the company (B) that requires (C) knowledge of computer skills may (D) return to school for training 157 Many older employees who not qualify (A) for new positions in the company (B) that requires (C) knowledge of computer skills may (D) return to school for training 157 (C) The plural noun positions agrees with the verb require: positions that require Choice (A) is a correct verb Choice (B) is a correct prepositional phrase Choice (D) is a correct modal auxiliary 158 Some divers go (A) so deeper (B) in the ocean that they get too much (C) nitrogen in their (D) bloodstreams 158 Some divers go (A) so deeper (B) in the ocean that they get too much (C) nitrogen in their (D) bloodstreams 155.(B) The adverb so should take the adjective deep, not the comparative deeper: divers go so deep Choice (A) is a correct verb Choice (C) is a correct adjective phrase Choice (D) is a correct pronoun 159 Most young people would prefer (A) to go to a fouryears (B) university instead of (C) a junior college or technical (D) school 159 Most young people would prefer (A) to go to a fouryears (B) university instead of (C) a junior college or technical (D) school 159 (B) Following the indefinite article a, the numerical adjective should be four-year: a four-year university Choice (A) isa correct verb phrase Choice (C) is acorrect adverb phrase Choice (D) is a correct adjective 160 The Japanese people whom we surveyed (A) have, for most part (B), expressed a desire to visit (C) Guam, Saipan, or (D) Malaysia 160 The Japanese people whom we surveyed (A) have, for most part (B), expressed a desire to visit (C) Guam, Saipan, or (D) Malaysia 160 (B) The noun phrase most part needs the definite article the: for the most part Choice (A) is a correct verb Choice (C) is a correct infinitive Choice (D) is a correct conjunction THANK YOU ... podium 14 4 (A) Have should be replaced with the participle having; this is a reduced adverb phrase and should have the present participle instead of the simple present form of the verb: Not having.. .14 1 Mr Jeffries has been teaching (A) for twenty years by the (B) time he retires from (C) Central University next year (D) 14 1 Mr Jeffries has been teaching... preposition 14 3 Ms Olajuwon usually is liking (A) cake, but (B) today she (C) is on (D) a diet 14 3 Ms Olajuwon usually is liking (A) cake, but (B) today she (C) is on (D) a diet 14 3 (A) is liking
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