Donna's Level 9 ESL Unit 4 Test

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This test is designed for my Wizard LEC Level 9 students. This test will cover material from your Unit 4 vocabulary and Block four grammar including whether/whether or not, continuous tense exceptions and adverbs of manner. There is also a small reading comprehension section. Once you are finished you need to see Donna for an oral evaluation. GOOD LUCK.

NOTE: You may use the link to open the reading material - story.
_______________________________________________________________________ _______
Unlucky Woman Wrecks Twice at Same Inersection

(AP) An intersection in southeasternIdaho has proven unlucky for a woman who's been Read morein two car accidents atthe same crossroads since August. Kris Payne was driving at theintersection of Pole Line and Eldredge roads on Thursday when anotherdriver ran a red light and collided into her Chevy Blazer.

Sixweeks ago, Payne was driving at the same intersection when anotherdriver also ran the red light and collided into her vehicle. Payne saidshe plans to go to a local hospital and to determine whether her backand shoulder were injured.

The other driver injured her ankle during the accident and police cited her for running a red light.

After two accidents at the same intersection, Payne said she's going to find another route to work.

Information from: Idaho State Journal, http://www. Journalnet. Com


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Correct the underlined word:If the class gets done early the teacher will speak to you.

    • A.

      Whether or not

    • B.

      Whether

    • C.

      No change

    Correct Answer
    C. No change
    Explanation
    The underlined word "done" is already correct in the sentence. There is no need to change it.

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  • 2. 

    Correct the underlined word:Rather students travel by bus or plan the trip will take several hours.

    • A.

      If

    • B.

      Whether

    • C.

      Whether or not

    Correct Answer
    C. Whether or not
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "whether or not" because it accurately completes the sentence by presenting two options or possibilities - whether students travel by bus or not, the trip will take several hours. This phrase is commonly used to introduce a choice or to indicate that something is true regardless of the circumstances.

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  • 3. 

    Choose the correct word(s) for the underlined section:Did Congress decide _______ there will be a relief package.

    • A.

      If

    • B.

      Whether

    • C.

      Either will work

    Correct Answer
    C. Either will work
    Explanation
    The underlined section requires a word that indicates a choice between two options. Both "if" and "whether" can be used in this context to introduce a conditional clause, making both options suitable for completing the sentence. Therefore, either word will work in this case.

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  • 4. 

    Evaluate the underlined phrase:I go to Applebee's because they make my steak they way I like it.

    • A.

      This is correct use of Adverb(s) of Manner

    • B.

      This phrase is bad form.

    • C.

      I don't like steak

    Correct Answer
    A. This is correct use of Adverb(s) of Manner
    Explanation
    The phrase "they way I like it" is an adverbial phrase that modifies the verb "make". It describes how Applebee's makes the steak, indicating that they make it in a manner that is pleasing to the speaker. This demonstrates the correct use of adverbs of manner, which describe how an action is performed.

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  • 5. 

    Evaluate the underlined phrase.  What does "as though" mean here?John talks as though he is the boss.

    • A.

      Like

    • B.

      Because

    • C.

      Going to be

    Correct Answer
    A. Like
    Explanation
    The phrase "as though" in this context means that John talks in a manner that suggests or gives the impression that he is the boss. It implies that his speech or behavior resembles that of a boss, even though he may not actually hold that position.

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  • 6. 

    Choose the best word to complete the sentence:I ___________ that we all need to be responsible stewards of the earth to save our planet.

    • A.

      Are believing

    • B.

      Am believing

    • C.

      Believe

    Correct Answer
    C. Believe
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "believe". In the sentence, the speaker is expressing their belief or opinion about the importance of being responsible stewards of the earth to save our planet. The verb "believe" is the most suitable choice to convey this idea.

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  • 7. 

    Choose the best word:Smoking is _____________ to your health.

    • A.

      Hazard

    • B.

      Hazardous

    • C.

      Hazarding

    Correct Answer
    B. Hazardous
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "hazardous" because it is an adjective that means something is dangerous or risky. In the context of the sentence, it implies that smoking poses a significant risk or danger to one's health.

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  • 8. 

    Choose the best phrase:When you ______________________ this paper is just a bunch of flowery fluff.  There was no real writing done here.

    • A.

      Go over its

    • B.

      Get down to it

    • C.

      Really talk about it

    Correct Answer
    B. Get down to it
    Explanation
    When you "get down to it," you are focusing on the essential or important aspects of something, in this case, the paper. The phrase suggests that upon closer examination or analysis, it becomes evident that the paper lacks substance or meaningful content. The phrase implies a shift from superficial or decorative elements to the core or essence of the matter at hand.

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  • 9. 

    Choose the best word:John _______________________ one hour to work each day.

    • A.

      Commuter

    • B.

      Commutes

    • C.

      Commuting

    Correct Answer
    B. Commutes
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "commutes" because the sentence is in the present tense and is referring to a habitual action that John performs. "Commutes" is the third person singular form of the verb "to commute," which means to travel regularly between one's home and place of work.

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  • 10. 

    Your friend Jill wants to change jobs.  She asks you about your job because she thinks she might be able to do your job.  Tell her what you do, what your typical day is like, how you trained for or learned your job skills, how you got your job, if you like your job and what the earning potential in your field is like.  YOU MUST USE COMPLETE SENTENCES.

  • 11. 

    Read the story and answer the questions: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/10/06/ap/strange/main4504880.shtmlWhere did the woman have two accidents?

    • A.

      In a parking lot

    • B.

      On a traffic circle

    • C.

      Between two roads

    Correct Answer
    C. Between two roads
    Explanation
    The woman had two accidents between two roads. The given story does not provide specific details about the accidents, but it mentions that the woman had two accidents while driving. Since the options provided are "in a parking lot," "on a traffic circle," and "between two roads," the most logical choice is "between two roads" as it aligns with the information given in the question.

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  • 12. 

    Read the story and answer the questions: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/10/06/ap/strange/main4504880.shtmlWhat did Payne say about her daily driving routine?

    • A.

      She will take the bus.

    • B.

      She will drive more carefully.

    • C.

      She will take another way to work.

    Correct Answer
    C. She will take another way to work.
    Explanation
    In the given story, there is no mention of Payne taking the bus or driving more carefully. However, it is stated that she will take another way to work. This suggests that she plans to change her daily driving routine by opting for a different route to her workplace.

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