Final Exam Advance 2

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Final Exam Advance 2 - Quiz

FINAL EXAM
SECOND CONDITIONAL UNIT 4
THIRD CONDITIONAL UNIT 5
QUIZ OF UNIT 6
VERB + VERB PATTERNS AND USES OF TO + INFINIVE AND GERUNDS UNIT 6


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    QUESTION NO. 3 QUIZ UNIT 6Write 3 verbs that have the same meaning if you use verb + infinitive or verb + gerund (ing)

  • 2. 

    QUESTION NO. 4, QUIZ UNIT 6Look at the video. Explain what are the uses of to + infinitive and gerund. Write your OWN examples on each case.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du6vXcOE-S0

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    QUESTION NO. 5 FINAL EXAMIf you had been born in other country, you would have had a different life. Look on the website and choose a country. Write a short composition using at least 3 sentences in second conditional and three in third conditional, talking about how would your life be.https://www.ifitweremyhome.com/

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    QUESTION NO. 6 - FINAL EXAMLook at the video of third conditional.Make 4 sentences about the invention of the quinine based on the video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRydw7gASF0

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    QUESTION NO. 3 FINAL EXAMComplete the clause that best completes the sentenceIf I had a car, I _________________ early

    • A.

      Will arrive

    • B.

      Arrive

    • C.

      Would arrive

    • D.

      Would have arrived

    Correct Answer
    C. Would arrive
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "would arrive." This is because the sentence is in the conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation. The use of "had" suggests that the speaker does not currently have a car, and the conditional "if" implies that the speaker is imagining a scenario where they do have a car. In this hypothetical scenario, the speaker would arrive early.

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    QUESTION NO. 4 FINAL EXAMComplete the clause that better completes the sentence:I would have called you

    • A.

      If I had seen her

    • B.

      If I would see her

    • C.

      If I saw her

    • D.

      If I see her

    Correct Answer
    A. If I had seen her
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "If I had seen her." This is the correct completion of the sentence because it uses the past perfect tense ("had seen") to indicate a hypothetical situation in the past. The other options do not convey the same meaning or grammatical structure.

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    QUESTION NO. 2, QUIZ UNIT 6Check on the verbs who use the pattern verb + gerund

    • A.

      Choose, decide, expect, forget

    • B.

      Imagine, stop, finish, continue, postpone

    • C.

      Choose, imagine, decide, finish

    • D.

      Want, need, promise

    Correct Answer
    B. Imagine, stop, finish, continue, postpone
    Explanation
    These verbs (imagine, stop, finish, continue, postpone) are examples of verbs that are followed by a gerund. A gerund is a verb form that functions as a noun and ends in -ing. In this case, these verbs are followed by the -ing form of another verb. For example, "I imagine going on a vacation" or "She stopped talking." These verbs indicate actions or states that are ongoing or continuous.

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  • 8. 

    QUESTION 1, QUIZ UNIT 6Choose the verb that you use in the pattern verb + to infinitive

    • A.

      Agree, arrange, help, choose, decide

    • B.

      Tolerate, try, want, stop

    • C.

      Imagine, stop, finish, continue, postpone

    • D.

      Love, recall, want, avoid

    Correct Answer
    A. Agree, arrange, help, choose, decide
    Explanation
    The verbs "agree, arrange, help, choose, and decide" are used in the pattern verb + to infinitive. This means that after these verbs, we use the base form of the verb (infinitive) with "to" before it. For example, "I agree to help him," "They arranged to meet at the park," "She chose to study medicine," and "He decided to quit his job." These verbs indicate actions or decisions that someone makes or agrees to do.

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    QUESTION NO. 6, QUIZ UNIT 6Wite the verbs that complete the text, using the correct form of the verb in brackets.Farmer Jones met Jane when he was just a young man. He couldn’t help (1 fall) in love with her immediately and asked her to marry him. She said yes although she knew it would mean (2 get) up early to milk the cows for the rest of her life. “Love means never (3 have) to get up early to milk the cows”, said Farmer Jones, and explained that he would continue (4 get) up early to milk the cows so Jane could sleep late every day. Everything went well until they tried (5 increase) their profits by buying some chickens. The first night, a fox ate one of the chickens. Farmer Jones decided (6 build) a fence to protect the chickens. But the ground was too hard so he couldn’t. He tried (7 use) an axe to break the ground but it was much too hard. So he went to the local shop and tried (8 buy) a gun. 

    Correct Answer
    1. falling - always gerund with can't help 2. getting - the result would be this 3. having - again result 4. either gerund or infinitive - both are possible here with no change in meaning 5. to increase - at this stage we don't know if it will succeed or not 6. to build - at this stage we think he will be able to build a fence 7. to use (because he can’t use it) or using (he succeeds in attempting but fails in the action) 8. to buy - he tries buying would indicate that he encountered no problems in the purchase of the gun, but the context makes clear that he wasn’t able to complete the transaction because he had no identification, so we must use the infinitive.
    Explanation
    The verbs that complete the text are chosen based on their appropriate forms and the context of the story. In this case, "falling" is used because it is a gerund and follows the phrase "can't help." "Getting" is used because it indicates the result of the action. "Having" is used to show another result. For the fourth verb, both the gerund and infinitive forms are possible without changing the meaning. "To increase" is used because it is uncertain whether the attempt to increase profits will succeed. "To build" is chosen because it implies the intention to build a fence. The choice between "to use" and "using" depends on the outcome of the action, with "to use" being used if he is unable to use the axe. Finally, "to buy" is used because the context suggests that he was unable to complete the transaction due to a lack of identification.

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