Exam 4 (Lesson 8, 9 And 10)

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Exam 4 (Lesson 8, 9 And 10) - Quiz


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  • 1. 

    Look and complete. Use was/were/was not /were not 1. Was 2. ________ 3. ________ 4. ________ 5. ________ 6. ________ 7. ________

  • 2. 

    Look and complete. Use was/were/was not /were not 1. There ________ a competition at the swimming pool. 2. There ________ a kimono on the bed. 3. There ________ 3 wolves in the forest. 4. There ________ many buildings in the city. 5. There ________ a hut in the garden.

    Explanation
    The verb "was" is used in sentences 1 and 5 because they are singular and past tense. The verb "was not" is used in sentence 2 because it is singular and negative. The verb "were not" is used in sentence 3 because it is plural and negative. The verb "were" is used in sentence 4 because it is plural and positive.

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  • 3. 

    Read and complete. Use the PAST SIMLPE.   1. Brian (finish) ________ his homework late yesterday. 2. We (see) ________ our cousins yesterday. 3. Martin (go) ________ to the museum last weekend. 4. I (have) ________ cake for breakfast last monday. 5. They (arrive) ________ at the airport at 2 o´clock yesterday. 6. My friends (come) ________ to my house yesterday evening. 7. We (wait) ________ at the airport, but the plane was late.

    Explanation
    The given sentences are all in the past simple tense, which is used to talk about completed actions in the past. In each sentence, the verb is conjugated in the past simple form to match the subject. For example, in sentence 1, "Brian finished his homework late yesterday," the verb "finish" is conjugated in the past simple form "finished" to match the subject "Brian." Similarly, the verbs "saw," "went," "had," "arrived," "came," and "waited" are all conjugated in the past simple form to match their respective subjects in the other sentences.

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  • 4. 

    Look and and choose.   Did he play basketball yesterday?

    • A.

      Yes, he did. He played basketball.

    • B.

      No, he didn’t. He played baseball.

    Correct Answer
    B. No, he didn’t. He played baseball.
    Explanation
    The question asks if he played basketball yesterday. The correct answer states that he did not play basketball, but instead played baseball.

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  • 5. 

    Look and and choose. Did you go windsurfing last summer?

    • A.

      Yes, I did. 

    • B.

      No, I didn’t. 

    Correct Answer
    B. No, I didn’t. 
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "No, I didn't." This answer indicates that the person did not go windsurfing last summer.

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  • 6. 

    Check the odd word. (The one that does NOT belong)

    • A.

      Gorilla

    • B.

      Whale

    • C.

      Crocodile

    • D.

      Thin

    Correct Answer
    D. Thin
    Explanation
    The words gorilla, whale, and crocodile are all animals, while thin is an adjective describing something's size or shape. Therefore, thin does not belong in the group as it is not an animal.

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  • 7. 

    Check the odd word. (The one that does NOT belong)

    • A.

      Tall

    • B.

      Giraffe

    • C.

      Scary

    • D.

      Fat

    Correct Answer
    B. Giraffe
    Explanation
    The word "giraffe" is the odd word in this list because it is the only word that refers to a specific animal, whereas the other words are adjectives describing characteristics or qualities.

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  • 8. 

    Check the odd word. (The one that does NOT belong)

    • A.

      Award

    • B.

      Strong

    • C.

      Weak

    • D.

      Fast

    Correct Answer
    A. Award
    Explanation
    The word "award" is the odd word because it does not belong to the category of physical attributes or qualities like "strong," "weak," and "fast." "Award" refers to a recognition or prize given for achievement or excellence, which is different from the other words that describe physical strength or speed.

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  • 9. 

    Check the odd word. (The one that does NOT belong)

    • A.

      Camell

    • B.

      Tiger

    • C.

      Team

    • D.

      Elephant

    Correct Answer
    C. Team
    Explanation
    The word "team" is the odd one out because it does not belong to the category of animals like the other words. "Camell" is likely a misspelling of "camel," "tiger" and "elephant" are both animals, but "team" is not.

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  • 10. 

    Read and complete using the COMPARATIVE or the SUPERLATIVE form. 1. The giraffe is ________ (tall) than the lion. 2. The gorilla is ________ (strong) than the monkey. 3. My grandfather is 75 years old. He is the ________ (old) in the family. 4. Tom is the ________ (bad) basketball player in our class. 5. Mount Everest is the ________ (high) mountain in the world. 6. Bobby is ________ (good) than Fred at football.

    Correct Answer
    taller
    stronger
    oldest
    worst
    highest
    better
    Explanation
    1. The giraffe is "taller" than the lion because it has a greater height.
    2. The gorilla is "stronger" than the monkey because it possesses more strength.
    3. My grandfather is 75 years old. He is the "oldest" in the family because no one else is older than him.
    4. Tom is the "worst" basketball player in our class because he performs the least effectively.
    5. Mount Everest is the "highest" mountain in the world because it has the greatest elevation.
    6. Bobby is "better" than Fred at football because he possesses superior skills or abilities in the sport.

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  • 11. 

    Read and choose the correct form. Peter is thinner / thinnest than George.  

    • A.

      Thinner

    • B.

      Thinnest

    Correct Answer
    A. Thinner
    Explanation
    Peter is thinner than George means that Peter has less body weight or is slimmer compared to George. The word "thinner" is the comparative form of the adjective "thin," indicating a comparison between two people. The word "thinnest" is the superlative form of the adjective "thin," indicating the highest degree of thinness among a group of people or things. However, in this context, the sentence only compares Peter to George, so the correct form is "thinner."

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  • 12. 

    Read and choose the correct form. Katie is the taller / tallest girl in the class  

    • A.

      Taller

    • B.

      Tallest

    Correct Answer
    B. Tallest
    Explanation
    Katie is described as the "tallest" girl in the class, indicating that she has the greatest height among all the girls in the class. This form is used when comparing three or more people or things, and it implies that Katie has the highest height among all the girls in the class.

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  • 13. 

    Read and choose the correct form. My brother is the younger / youngest in my family  

    • A.

      Younger

    • B.

      Youngest

    Correct Answer
    B. Youngest
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "youngest" because it is used to compare three or more people or things. In this case, the speaker is comparing their brother to other members of the family, indicating that the brother is the youngest among them.

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  • 14. 

    Read and choose the correct form. This house is the older / oldest in our town.  

    • A.

      Older

    • B.

      Oldest

    Correct Answer
    B. Oldest
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "oldest" because it is used to compare three or more things and indicates that the house is the most old out of all the houses in the town. "Older" is used to compare two things.

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  • 15. 

    Read and choose the correct form. My bicycle is bigger / biggest than your bicycle.  

    • A.

      Bigger

    • B.

      Biggest

    Correct Answer
    A. Bigger
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "bigger" because it is used to compare two things, in this case, the size of two bicycles. "Biggest" would be used when comparing more than two things.

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  • 16. 

    Read and choose the correct form. The crocodile is scarier / scariest than the giraffe  

    • A.

      Scarier

    • B.

      Scariest

    Correct Answer
    A. Scarier
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "scarier" because it is used to compare two things, in this case, the crocodile and the giraffe. When comparing two things, we use the comparative form of the adjective, which is "scarier." The superlative form, "scariest," is used when comparing three or more things.

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  • 17. 

    Look and complete. 1. Mary is (short) ________ than Jane. 2. John is (good) ________ at swimming than Tom. 3. Bill is (thin) ________ than Mark. 4. The bat is (scary) ________ than the dolphin.

    Correct Answer
    shorter
    better
    thinner
    scarier
    Explanation
    Mary is shorter than Jane means that Mary's height is less than Jane's height. John is better at swimming than Tom means that John's swimming skills are superior to Tom's swimming skills. Bill is thinner than Mark means that Bill's body is slimmer than Mark's body. The bat is scarier than the dolphin implies that the bat invokes more fear or is more frightening than the dolphin.

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