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Тест: Structure and written expression. Test 4.

Описание теста:
Structure and Written Expression - This section will test your knowledge of the structure and grammar of the English language. The items in this section will include a number of sentences which contain errors. You will be required to find the mistakes and correct them by choosing the right answer. Other sentences will be incomplete. For these, you must choose the answers that correctly complete the sentence.
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Grover Cleveland was the first president _________ in the White House.

If cauliflowers __________ from extreme temperatures, the heads get discolored.

The first nuclear power reactor was designed _________ in 1942.

Greenland is the main source of cryolite. _________ soft mineral used in the production of aluminum.

_________ is the science of making artificial replacements for parts of the human body.

Rice is the staple diet of_________.

William Byrd was the owner of_________ library in colonial times.

Exobiology is the study of life __________.

The Declaration of Independence, _________ the Constitution of the United States, was drawn up with the help of Benjamin Franklin.

It was from the Lowell Laboratory that _________.

The rodent, comprising of the mouse, rat, guinea pig, and porcupine, __________ with incisor-like teeth in both jaws.

__________ into oceans and rivers is a serious form of pollution.

Products which are made from natural earths and are __________ are known as ceramics.

__________ called melanin protects the underlying layers of skin from sun rays.

Oranges are a __________ source of vitamin C.

Walt Disney was used to (A) make numerous (B) visits to Disneyland to find out (C) what the needs and interests of the public were (D).

If James B. Connolly would not take (A) part in (B) the (C) first modern Olympic Games, in 1896, he might have graduated (D) from Harvard.

Margaret Sanger made the people to see (A) the (B) need for (C) birth control (D).

If we continue to exploit (A) nature there should (B) not be (C) enough resources left for (D) future generations.

I have not (A) learned cycling (B) as I have been afraid of falling (C) and hurting me (D).

It is imperative (A) that all processed (B) food be approving (C) by the Food and Drug Administration for hygenic (D) standards.

Not much (A) scientists have the time or (B) the verbal (C) skills required (D) to become literary writers.

Although coal has to been (A) in use since (B) prehistoric times, it is only (C) since the 18th century that coal mining (D) has become a major industry.

For best results (A) eggs and cheese should (B) be cooked over (C) gentle heat, (D) isn't it?

Although it started (A) life as an apprentice (B) to a soap boiler, William Colgate was to become (C) immortalized in toilet products (D).

The kinds of trees (A) that shed (B) their (C) leaves in autumn are known (D) as deciduous trees.

The plants (A) make (B) their own food through a process (C) called photosynthesis (D).

Science has transformed the planet but (A) literature has not paid (B) enough amount of attention (C) to how scientists have lived and worked (D).

The prime meridian which passes (A) through (B) Greenwich, in (C) England, is the same (D) the Greenwich meridian.

There (A) is usually (B) no charge for using (C) a library but however for (D) overdue charges and certain specialized services.

Tom does not (A) agree that TV watching is (B) in any way useful (C) and so docs Harry (D).

A cuckoo always never (A) hatches (B) its (C) eggs but leaves them (D) in another birds nest to be hatched by that bird.

Recalling his interview with (A) the actor, Henabery Brownlow says that he does not expect (B) the actor to talk (C) for four hours (D).

Chaplin had wanted some reels of his films (A) to be destroyed but (B) he (C) had been saved by his manager (D).

For to commemorate (A) the dog Nipper, whose (B) picture (C) appears on old gramophone records, a brass plaque marks (D) his grave.

Businesses are finding (A) a word processor invaluable (B) as text can be (C) stored in it. reused indefinitely and modification (D) easily.

The ginko (A) is (B) an ornamental decorative (C) tree that was (D) first imported from China and Japan.

Leavening (A) agents such as (B) baking powder are (C) used to make bread and cake raise (D).

Most neighborhood (A) agreed (B) that there should not be a shopping mall (C) next to the park. (D)

Peristalsis is (A) the squeeze movement (B) of the muscles (C) in the gullet (D).

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