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  • 1. 

    The past participle of read is...

    • A.

      Readed

    • B.

      Read

    • C.

      Routh

    • D.

      Readen

    Correct Answer
    B. Read
    Explanation
    The past participle of read is "read". In English, the past participle is used to form the perfect tense and the passive voice. In the case of "read", the past participle remains the same as the base form of the verb. So, whether it is used in the past tense or as a past participle, it is always "read".

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  • 2. 

    Bob ... in races for many years.

    • A.

      Run

    • B.

      Ran

    • C.

      Has run

    • D.

      Has ran

    Correct Answer
    C. Has run
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has run" because the sentence is in the present perfect tense, indicating an action that started in the past and continues up until the present. "Has run" is the correct form of the verb "run" in the present perfect tense.

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  • 3. 

    How do you say surgeon in Spanish?

    • A.

      Cirujano

    • B.

      Banquero

    • C.

      Piloto

    • D.

      Cura

    Correct Answer
    A. Cirujano
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "cirujano" because it is the Spanish word for surgeon. The other options, "banquero" means banker, "piloto" means pilot, and "cura" means priest, none of which are related to the medical profession.

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  • 4. 

    The past participle of wear is...

    • A.

      Wore

    • B.

      Worn

    • C.

      Woren

    • D.

      Wear

    Correct Answer
    B. Worn
    Explanation
    The past participle of "wear" is "worn" because it follows the regular pattern of forming past participles in English. The "-ed" ending is added to regular verbs to form the past participle, but "wear" is an irregular verb. In its past participle form, the base form "wear" changes to "worn".

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  • 5. 

    Which of the following words is not a job?

    • A.

      Nurse

    • B.

      Pilot

    • C.

      Bath

    • D.

      Engineer

    Correct Answer
    C. Bath
    Explanation
    The word "bath" does not refer to a job or occupation. It is a noun that describes an activity or a place where one can clean themselves. On the other hand, "nurse," "pilot," and "engineer" are all job titles that represent specific professions.

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  • 6. 

    She has been a pilot ... 2003.

    • A.

      For

    • B.

      Since

    • C.

      Yet

    • D.

      Just

    Correct Answer
    B. Since
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "since" because it indicates that the person has been a pilot starting from the year 2003 and continues to be a pilot in the present.

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  • 7. 

    I have worked ... 1993.

    • A.

      Since

    • B.

      For

    • C.

      Yet

    • D.

      Just

    Correct Answer
    A. Since
    Explanation
    The word "since" is the correct answer because it indicates that the person has been working from a specific point in time, which is 1993. The word "since" is commonly used to express the starting point of an action or event that is still ongoing. In this case, it suggests that the person has been continuously working since 1993.

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  • 8. 

    Which of the following words is not a past participle?

    • A.

      Made

    • B.

      Sent

    • C.

      Saw

    • D.

      Shut

    Correct Answer
    C. Saw
    Explanation
    The word "saw" is not a past participle because it is the simple past tense form of the verb "see." Past participles are formed by adding "-ed," "-d," or "-t" to the base form of a verb, but "saw" does not follow this pattern.

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  • 9. 

    The past participle of forget is...

    • A.

      Forgot

    • B.

      Forgetting

    • C.

      Forgotten

    • D.

      Forgat

    Correct Answer
    C. Forgotten
    Explanation
    The past participle of forget is "forgotten." This is the correct answer because "forgotten" is the form of the verb that is used in perfect tenses or when the action of forgetting has been completed in the past. It is formed by adding the suffix "-en" to the base form of the verb "forget."

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  • 10. 

    The past simple of bring is...

    • A.

      Build

    • B.

      Bought

    • C.

      Brought

    • D.

      Burn

    Correct Answer
    C. Brought
    Explanation
    The past simple of bring is "brought." This is the correct answer because "brought" is the past tense form of the verb "bring." In the past simple tense, we use "brought" to indicate that someone or something moved or carried an object to a place.

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  • 11. 

    She ... just finished their work.

    • A.

      Has

    • B.

      Have

    • C.

      Is

    • D.

      Hasn't

    Correct Answer
    A. Has
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has" because the subject "she" is singular, indicating that the verb should be in the singular form as well. "Has" is the singular form of the verb "to have."

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  • 12. 

    The past participle of draw is...

    • A.

      Drank

    • B.

      Drawn

    • C.

      Blew

    • D.

      Drew

    Correct Answer
    B. Drawn
    Explanation
    The past participle of "draw" is "drawn." The past participle is used to form the perfect tenses and passive voice in English. In this case, "drawn" is the correct form to use when talking about something that has been drawn in the past.

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  • 13. 

    The athlete ... many medals.

    • A.

      Have win

    • B.

      Has won

    • C.

      Had won

    • D.

      Win

    Correct Answer
    B. Has won
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has won" because it is the correct form of the present perfect tense. "Has won" indicates that the athlete has achieved winning multiple medals in the past and may continue to do so in the present or future.

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  • 14. 

    The base form of left is...

    • A.

      Lead

    • B.

      Laft

    • C.

      Leave

    • D.

      Left

    Correct Answer
    C. Leave
    Explanation
    The base form of "left" is "leave."

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  • 15. 

    The present perfect simple form is...

    • A.

      Have/has + ing

    • B.

      Have/has + ed

    • C.

      Have/has + be

    • D.

      Have/has + past participle

    Correct Answer
    D. Have/has + past participle
    Explanation
    The present perfect simple form is formed by using "have" or "has" followed by the past participle of the verb. This tense is used to talk about actions or situations that started in the past and continue into the present, or have just been completed. For example, "I have eaten dinner" or "She has finished her homework."

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  • 16. 

    We use for for...

    • A.

      Longs actions that continue

    • B.

      Short actions

    • C.

      Actions which have begun

    • D.

      Finished actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Longs actions that continue
    Explanation
    The word "for" is used to indicate actions that continue for a long duration. It suggests that the actions mentioned in the sentence are ongoing and have not yet been completed.

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  • 17. 

    Her dog hasn't scaped ... she was in a summer school.

    • A.

      For

    • B.

      Since

    • C.

      Yet

    • D.

      Already

    Correct Answer
    B. Since
    Explanation
    The word "since" is the correct answer because it indicates a cause-and-effect relationship between the two clauses of the sentence. It suggests that the reason her dog hasn't escaped is because she was in a summer school. The other options do not provide a logical connection between the two clauses or do not fit the context of the sentence.

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  • 18. 

    The past participle of be is...

    • A.

      Was

    • B.

      Were

    • C.

      Ben

    • D.

      Been

    Correct Answer
    D. Been
    Explanation
    The past participle of "be" is "been". This is because "been" is used to form the perfect tense and passive voice in English. It is also used as an auxiliary verb in compound verb tenses. For example, "I have been to Paris" or "The car has been washed".

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  • 19. 

    What's the present perfect form of the verb send?

    • A.

      Send

    • B.

      Sended

    • C.

      Sent

    • D.

      Seend

    Correct Answer
    C. Sent
    Explanation
    The present perfect form of the verb "send" is "sent." This form is used to indicate an action that started in the past and is still relevant in the present. In this case, "sent" is the correct answer because it is the past participle form of the verb "send."

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  • 20. 

    ... you ever seen a famous person?

    • A.

      Has

    • B.

      Have

    • C.

      Do

    • D.

      Does

    Correct Answer
    B. Have
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have" because the question is asking if the person has ever seen a famous person. "Have" is the correct form of the verb to use with the pronoun "you" in the present perfect tense.

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  • 21. 

    _ you ever been to new york?

    • A.

      Have

    • B.

      Has

    • C.

      Had

    • D.

      Haden

    Correct Answer
    A. Have
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have." This is because the question is asking if the person has ever been to New York. "Have" is the correct form of the verb "to have" when used with the pronoun "you" in the present perfect tense.

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  • 22. 

    What's the past participle form of make?

    • A.

      Made

    • B.

      Maden

    • C.

      Miden

    • D.

      Been

    Correct Answer
    A. Made
    Explanation
    The past participle form of "make" is "made". This is the correct answer because "made" is the irregular past participle form of the verb "make".

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  • 23. 

    They have ... finished their work.

    • A.

      Yet

    • B.

      Just

    • C.

      Still

    • D.

      Ever

    Correct Answer
    B. Just
    Explanation
    The word "just" is the correct answer because it indicates that the action of finishing their work has occurred very recently. It implies that they have completed their work in the immediate past or very recently.

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  • 24. 

    The past simple of put is

    • A.

      Put

    • B.

      Putten

    • C.

      Putt

    • D.

      Puted

    Correct Answer
    A. Put
    Explanation
    The past simple of the verb "put" is "put". This is the correct answer because in English, regular verbs typically form their past simple tense by adding "-ed" to the base form of the verb. However, "put" is an irregular verb, which means it does not follow this regular pattern. Instead, the past simple form of "put" remains the same as the base form.

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  • 25. 

    The hairdresser has ..... cut my hair.

    • A.

      Yet

    • B.

      Ever

    • C.

      Just

    • D.

      Since

    Correct Answer
    C. Just
    Explanation
    The word "just" is the correct answer because it indicates that the hairdresser has recently cut my hair. It implies that the action of cutting my hair happened in the immediate past or very recently.

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  • 26. 

    The past participle of break is...

    • A.

      Broke

    • B.

      Broken

    • C.

      Brokeet

    • D.

      Brokat

    Correct Answer
    B. Broken
    Explanation
    The past participle of break is "broken". In English grammar, the past participle is used to form the perfect tense and the passive voice. It is also used as an adjective. In the case of "break", the base form is "break", the past tense is "broke", and the past participle is "broken". This is a regular verb conjugation pattern in English.

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  • 27. 

    The base form of sank is...

    • A.

      Sanked

    • B.

      Sink

    • C.

      Siking

    • D.

      Sanking

    Correct Answer
    B. Sink
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "sink" because it is the base form of the verb "sank." "Sank" is the past tense form of "sink," so the base form would be "sink."

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  • 28. 

    The past participle of tell is...

    • A.

      Telled

    • B.

      Told

    • C.

      Telling

    • D.

      Tald

    Correct Answer
    B. Told
    Explanation
    The past participle of "tell" is "told." In English, the past participle is used to form the perfect tense and the passive voice. In this case, "told" is the correct past participle form of "tell" because it follows the regular pattern of forming past participles by adding "-ed" to the base form of the verb.

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  • 29. 

    The Base form of saw is...

    • A.

      See

    • B.

      Sawed

    • C.

      Sawing

    • D.

      Seen

    Correct Answer
    A. See
    Explanation
    The base form of "saw" is "see" because "saw" is the past tense form of the verb "see." The base form of a verb refers to its simplest form, without any conjugations or modifications. In this case, "see" is the base form, while "saw" is the past tense form.

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  • 30. 

    The past simple of spell is...

    • A.

      Spelt

    • B.

      Spellen

    • C.

      Spent

    • D.

      Spoll

    Correct Answer
    A. Spelt
    Explanation
    The past simple of the verb "spell" is "spelt." This is the correct answer because "spelt" is the past tense form of "spell" in British English. In American English, the past tense form is typically "spelled."

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  • 31. 

    She ... got a job yet.

    • A.

      Has

    • B.

      Have

    • C.

      Hasn't

    • D.

      Haven't

    Correct Answer
    C. Hasn't
    Explanation
    yet can only be used in negative and interrogative sentences.

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  • 32. 

    The Base form of swept is...

    • A.

      Sweep

    • B.

      Swope

    • C.

      Sweped

    • D.

      Swep

    Correct Answer
    A. Sweep
    Explanation
    The base form of "swept" is "sweep" because "sweep" is the original verb form from which "swept" is derived.

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  • 33. 

    The base form of built is...

    • A.

      Builden

    • B.

      Built

    • C.

      Build

    • D.

      Builder

    Correct Answer
    C. Build
    Explanation
    The base form of "built" is "build". "Built" is the past participle form of the verb "build", but the base form is simply "build".

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  • 34. 

    ... the cat ...at midnight last night?

    • A.

      Was... sleeping

    • B.

      Were... sleeping

    • C.

      Did...sleep

    • D.

      Has...slept

    Correct Answer
    A. Was... sleeping
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "was... sleeping" because the sentence is in the past tense and the subject is singular (cat), so the verb "was" should be used. Additionally, the action of sleeping is a continuous action that was happening at a specific time (midnight last night), so the verb "sleeping" is the appropriate choice.

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  • 35. 

    While I was having dinner, the telephone...

    • A.

      Was ringing

    • B.

      Rang

    • C.

      Were ringing

    • D.

      Has rung

    Correct Answer
    B. Rang
    Explanation
    While I was having dinner, the telephone rang. This implies that at a specific point in the past, the telephone made a sound indicating an incoming call. The verb "rang" is the simple past tense form of the verb "ring", which is used to describe an action that happened and was completed in the past.

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  • 36. 

    I ... talked to the surgeon yet.

    • A.

      Hasn't talked

    • B.

      Haven't talked

    • C.

      Have talked

    • D.

      Has talked

    Correct Answer
    B. Haven't talked
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "haven't talked." This is because the sentence is in the present perfect tense and uses the auxiliary verb "have" with the subject "I." Since "I" is a singular pronoun, the correct form is "haven't" instead of "hasn't." Additionally, the verb "talked" is in the past participle form, which is used in the present perfect tense. Therefore, the correct form is "haven't talked."

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  • 37. 

    The past participle of become is...

    • A.

      Became

    • B.

      Become

    • C.

      Becomo

    • D.

      Becama

    Correct Answer
    B. Become
    Explanation
    The past participle of "become" is "become." This is because "become" is an irregular verb, and its past participle form does not follow the typical pattern of adding "-ed" to the base verb. Instead, the past participle remains the same as the base form.

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  • 38. 

    Mike_ three silver medals so far.

    • A.

      Win

    • B.

      Has won

    • C.

      Have won

    • D.

      Won

    Correct Answer
    B. Has won
    Explanation
    The sentence is in the present perfect tense, which is used to talk about an action that started in the past and is still relevant in the present. "Has won" is the correct answer because it matches the subject "Mike" and the auxiliary verb "has" for the third person singular. The word "so far" indicates that Mike's winning of three silver medals is an ongoing action.

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  • 39. 

    ... you won the race?

    • A.

      Have

    • B.

      Has

    • C.

      Had

    • D.

      Having

    Correct Answer
    A. Have
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have" because it is the correct form of the verb "to have" in the present tense when used with the pronoun "you." In this sentence, "you" is the subject and "won the race" is the verb phrase. Since "you" is a plural pronoun, we use "have" instead of "has" (which is used with singular pronouns like "he" or "she"). "Had" is the past tense form of "have" and "having" is a gerund form, which is not appropriate in this context.

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  • 40. 

    The base form of led is...

    • A.

      Let

    • B.

      Led

    • C.

      Leat

    • D.

      Lead

    Correct Answer
    D. Lead
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "lead" because "led" is the past tense and past participle form of the verb "lead." In its base form, the verb is "lead."

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  • 41. 

    The past participle of mean is...

    • A.

      Mean

    • B.

      Meant

    • C.

      Meaned

    • D.

      Mead

    Correct Answer
    B. Meant
    Explanation
    The past participle of the verb "mean" is "meant." This is the correct answer because "meant" is the form of the verb that is used to indicate an action that occurred in the past. The other options, "meaned" and "mead," are not correct because they are not valid past participle forms of the verb "mean."

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  • 42. 

    The past continuous describes...

    • A.

      A finished action in the past

    • B.

      An action in progress in the past

    • C.

      Long actions that continued

    • D.

      Arrangements

    Correct Answer
    B. An action in progress in the past
    Explanation
    The past continuous tense is used to describe an action that was happening at a specific point in the past. It emphasizes the duration or ongoing nature of the action. This tense is formed by using the past tense of the verb "to be" (was/were) and adding the present participle form of the main verb. For example, "I was studying all night." This shows that the action of studying was ongoing and in progress at a specific time in the past.

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  • 43. 

    We use since to say when ...

    • A.

      An action will begin

    • B.

      An action began

    • C.

      An action is in progress

    • D.

      An action will occur

    Correct Answer
    B. An action began
    Explanation
    "Since" is used to indicate the starting point of an action or event in the past. It suggests that the action began at a specific time or moment in the past and is still ongoing.

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  • 44. 

    The base form of threw is...

    • A.

      Throw

    • B.

      Thraw

    • C.

      Thrown

    • D.

      Throwed

    Correct Answer
    A. Throw
    Explanation
    The base form of the verb "threw" is "throw". This is because "throw" is the present tense form of the verb, while "threw" is the past tense form. The base form of a verb is the simplest form of the verb, without any tense or agreement markers. Therefore, "throw" is the correct answer as it represents the base form of the verb.

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  • 45. 

    A childminder in Spanish is...

    • A.

      Asistenta

    • B.

      Cirujano

    • C.

      Enfermera

    • D.

      Niñera

    Correct Answer
    D. Niñera
    Explanation
    A childminder in Spanish is referred to as a "niñera." This term specifically refers to someone who takes care of children in their own home or in the children's home. The other options, "asistenta," "cirujano," and "enfermera," do not accurately describe the role of a childminder. "Asistenta" typically refers to a housekeeper or domestic helper, "cirujano" refers to a surgeon, and "enfermera" refers to a nurse.

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