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• 1.

### Mr. Henderson is a rich man. He has _________ money.

• A.

Many

• B.

Plenty

• C.

A little

• D.

A lot of

D. A lot of
Explanation
Mr. Henderson is described as a rich man, indicating that he has a large amount of money. The phrase "a lot of" is commonly used to describe a large quantity or number, making it the most suitable choice to complete the sentence.

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• 2.

### He is very busy. He doesn't have ________ free time.

• A.

Many

• B.

Much

• C.

No

• D.

Some

B. Much
Explanation
The correct answer is "much" because the sentence states that the person is very busy, indicating that they have a lack of free time. "Much" is used to describe an amount of time, while "many" is used to describe a quantity of something countable. "No" indicates a complete absence of free time, which is not stated in the sentence. "Some" implies that the person has at least a small amount of free time, which contradicts the given information.

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• 3.

### How _______ is the park from here?

• A.

Long

• B.

Much

• C.

Close

• D.

Far

D. Far
Explanation
The word "far" is the correct answer because it is used to describe the distance between two places. In this context, the question is asking about the distance of the park from the current location. Therefore, "far" is the most appropriate word to use in this question.

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• 4.

### Anyone can ride a bicycle. It's _________.

• A.

Easy

• B.

Difficult

• C.

Hard

• D.

Funny

A. Easy
Explanation
Riding a bicycle is considered easy because it requires basic coordination and balance skills. Once a person learns how to ride a bicycle, they can easily navigate through different terrains and enjoy the experience. The word "easy" implies that anyone, regardless of age or physical ability, can ride a bicycle without much difficulty.

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• 5.

### Jack walks _______ when he is tired.

• A.

Fast

• B.

Slow

• C.

Hard

• D.

Slowly

D. Slowly
Explanation
When someone is tired, they usually prefer to walk at a slower pace to conserve energy and avoid exerting themselves further. Therefore, the word "slowly" is the most appropriate choice to complete the sentence and convey the intended meaning.

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• 6.

### _______ are you going?

• A.

Why

• B.

Where

• C.

How

• D.

When

B. Where
Explanation
The question is asking for a specific location or destination. "Where" is the appropriate question word to use in order to obtain this information.

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• 7.

### She is a famous actress. Everyone knows _______ she is.

• A.

Which

• B.

Who

• C.

Where

• D.

How

B. Who
Explanation
The correct answer is "who" because the sentence is asking for the subject pronoun that refers to a person. In this case, "who" is used to introduce a relative clause that provides additional information about the famous actress.

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• 8.

### You like Ms. Foster very much, __________?

• A.

Do you

• B.

You do

• C.

Don't you

• D.

You don't

C. Don't you
Explanation
The given correct answer is "don't you". This is because the question is asking for confirmation or agreement, and in English, we often use the phrase "don't you" to seek agreement or confirmation from the listener. It is a common way to express agreement or seek validation in a sentence.

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• 9.

### We hoped Alexander ____________ give us a ride downtown.

• A.

Will

• B.

Can

• C.

Would

• D.

Should

C. Would
Explanation
The word "hoped" indicates that the speaker had a desire or expectation for Alexander to give them a ride downtown. In this context, "would" is the correct answer because it is used to express a hypothetical or desired action in the past. It suggests that the speaker wanted Alexander to give them a ride, but they were unsure if he actually would.

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• 10.

### If only I _________ drive a car.

• A.

Can

• B.

Could

• C.

Will

• D.

Would

B. Could
Explanation
The correct answer is "could". This is because the sentence is expressing a hypothetical or unreal condition. "Could" is the past tense of "can" and is used to talk about a possibility or ability in the past or present. In this case, the speaker is expressing a desire or wish to be able to drive a car.

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• 11.

### The dog jumped ________ the fence.

• A.

With

• B.

Around

• C.

Under

• D.

Over

D. Over
Explanation
The word "over" is the correct answer because it indicates that the dog jumped above or across the fence. The word "with" does not make sense in this context as it does not describe the action of jumping. "Around" and "under" also do not fit the sentence as they suggest the dog went around or beneath the fence rather than jumping over it.

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• 12.

### Nelson's Cafe is known _________ its good food.

• A.

For

• B.

Of

• C.

From

• D.

With

A. For
Explanation
The correct answer is "for". This is because the sentence is expressing that Nelson's Cafe is known for its good food. The word "for" is commonly used to indicate the reason or purpose for which something is known or recognized. In this case, the reason for Nelson's Cafe's reputation is its good food.

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• 13.

### Christian and Maria _________ to Salt Lake last Saturday.

• A.

Drive

• B.

Are driving

• C.

Drove

• D.

Have driven

C. Drove
Explanation
The sentence is in the past tense, indicating that the action of Christian and Maria going to Salt Lake occurred in the past. "Drove" is the correct answer because it is the simple past tense form of the verb "drive."

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• 14.

### They often ________ to Salt Lake in the summer.

• A.

Go

• B.

Are going

• C.

Were going

• D.

Have gone

A. Go
Explanation
The correct answer is "go" because the sentence is referring to a habitual action in the present. The word "often" indicates that this action happens frequently, suggesting that the subject goes to Salt Lake in the summer on a regular basis.

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• 15.

### They _________ for three days, but so far they have only caught one fish.

• A.

Fish

• B.

Are fishing

• C.

Fishing

• D.

Have been fishing

D. Have been fishing
Explanation
The correct answer is "have been fishing". This is because the sentence is in the present perfect continuous tense, which is used to describe an action that started in the past and is still ongoing. In this case, the action of fishing started in the past and has been continuing for three days.

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• 16.

### They would have more success if they ________ a boat.

• A.

Rent

• B.

Are renting

• C.

Rented

• D.

Have rented

C. Rented
Explanation
The correct answer is "rented" because it is the past tense form of the verb "rent." The sentence suggests that the subject would have more success if they had already rented a boat in the past. This implies that renting a boat is a prerequisite for achieving success in their situation.

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• 17.

### Look! Miriam _______ a big fish!

• A.

Holds

• B.

Is holding

• C.

Held

• D.

Has held

B. Is holding
Explanation
The correct answer is "is holding". This is because the verb "is holding" is in the present continuous tense, which is used to describe an action that is happening at the moment of speaking. In this case, Miriam is currently holding a big fish.

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• 18.

### She caught that fish while Betty _________.

• A.

Sleeps

• B.

Is sleeping

• C.

Was sleeping

• D.

Has slept

C. Was sleeping
Explanation
The correct answer is "was sleeping" because it indicates that Betty was in the middle of sleeping when she caught the fish. The past continuous tense "was sleeping" suggests an ongoing action in the past, which aligns with the context of catching the fish.

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• 19.

### Sandy felt bad because her friend didn't call her _________ write to her.

• A.

And

• B.

But

• C.

Or

• D.

So

C. Or
Explanation
Sandy felt bad because her friend didn't call her or write to her. This implies that Sandy expected her friend to either call her or write to her, and the fact that her friend did neither made her feel bad. The word "or" is used to present two alternatives, indicating that Sandy's friend could have chosen either action to make her feel better, but failed to do so.

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• 20.

### We are all broke. ________ of us has any money.

• A.

Both

• B.

Either

• C.

One

• D.

None

D. None
Explanation
The correct answer is "None" because the sentence states that "we are all broke," meaning that no one in the group has any money. Therefore, the word "none" accurately reflects the absence of money among all individuals.

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• 21.

### I wish you __________ the concert last Friday.

• A.

Attend

• B.

Attended

• C.

Have attended

• D.

Explanation
The sentence is in the past tense and is expressing a wish about a past event. The phrase "had attended" is the correct answer because it is the past perfect tense, indicating an action that was completed before another past action or point in time. In this case, the speaker is expressing a wish that they had attended the concert last Friday, indicating that they did not actually attend it.

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• 22.

### Why did Evelyn let the cat ________ on the sofa?

• A.

Sleep

• B.

To sleep

• C.

Sleeping

• D.

Slept

A. Sleep
Explanation
Evelyn let the cat sleep on the sofa because she allowed the cat to rest or nap on the furniture.

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• 23.

### Miss Anderson said, "I've done everything."What did she say?She said she ____________ everything.

• A.

Does

• B.

Did

• C.

Done

• D.

Explanation
The correct answer is "had done" because it matches the past tense of the verb "said" and indicates that Miss Anderson completed all the tasks or actions in the past.

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• 24.

### "Do you want a soda, Randy? asked Mary. What did she ask him?She asked him if he _____________ a soda.

• A.

Wants

• B.

Wanted

• C.

Has wanted

• D.

Ever wanted

B. Wanted
Explanation
Mary asked Randy if he wanted a soda. The verb "asked" indicates that Mary is inquiring about Randy's desire for a soda. The correct answer is "wanted" because it is the past tense form of "want" and matches the tense of the verb "asked" in the question.

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• 25.

### My car is still at the garage. It ________ repaired yet.

• A.

Wasn't

• B.

Hasn't

• C.

Won't be

• D.

Hasn't been

D. Hasn't been
Explanation
The correct answer is "hasn't been". This is because the sentence is in the present perfect tense, which is used to talk about actions or states that started in the past and continue up to the present. "Hasn't been" is the correct form of the verb "to be" in the present perfect tense, indicating that the car has not been repaired yet.

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• 26.

### When she left the building, she had the feeling she ________.

• A.

Was watched

• B.

Has been watched

• C.

Was being watched

• D.

C. Was being watched
Explanation
The correct answer is "was being watched." This is because the sentence is in the past tense and the phrase "was being watched" indicates that someone was observing or monitoring her at the time of her departure from the building.

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• 27.

### Two men ________ on the bridge were injured yesterday afternoon.

• A.

Working

• B.

Work

• C.

Worked

• D.

Were working

A. Working
Explanation
The correct answer is "working" because the sentence is in the past tense and requires a past participle form of the verb. "Working" is the correct past participle form of the verb "work" in this context.

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• 28.

### I prefer reading  _______ television.

• A.

Than watch

• B.

To watch

• C.

To watching

• D.

Than watching

C. To watching
Explanation
The correct answer is "to watching" because the phrase "prefer to" is used to express a preference for one action over another. In this case, the speaker prefers the action of reading over the action of watching television. The infinitive form "to watch" is used after "prefer" to indicate the action that is preferred.

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• 29.

### If Clark ________ Mayor, he will save the park.

• A.

Will become

• B.

Becomes

• C.

Is becoming

• D.

Became

B. Becomes
Explanation
The correct answer is "becomes" because it is the correct verb form to use in the conditional clause of the sentence. The sentence is expressing a hypothetical situation, where Clark becoming the mayor is the condition for saving the park. In this type of conditional sentence, we use the present simple tense in the if-clause to indicate a possible future event. Therefore, "becomes" is the appropriate verb form to use in this context.

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• 30.

### We will have a picnic on Saturday ________ it rains.

• A.

If

• B.

Even though

• C.

Although

• D.

Unless

D. Unless
Explanation
The correct answer is "unless." This word is used to introduce a condition that must be met in order for the picnic to happen. It implies that if it does not rain on Saturday, the picnic will take place.

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• 31.

### I can't find my sister. Do you know __________?

• A.

Where is she

• B.

Somewhere she is

• C.

Where she is

• D.

Is she anywhere

C. Where she is
Explanation
The correct answer is "where she is". This answer is grammatically correct and makes logical sense in the given context. The question is asking for information about the sister's whereabouts, so "where she is" is the most appropriate response.

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• 32.

### We love to play tennis, but if they close the park we __________ play tennis anymore.

• A.

Can't

• B.

Couldn't

• C.

Won't be able to

• D.

Won't have to

C. Won't be able to
Explanation
The correct answer is "won't be able to". This is because the sentence is talking about a future possibility, where if the park closes, the speaker and their friends will no longer have the ability to play tennis. "Won't be able to" expresses this idea of lack of ability in the future.

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• 33.

### Carmen's mother allowed her _________ to the party last night.

• A.

Go

• B.

To go

• C.

Going

• D.

Went

B. To go
Explanation
Carmen's mother allowed her to go to the party last night. The phrase "to go" is used to indicate the purpose or destination of Carmen's permission. It shows that Carmen's mother gave her permission to go to the party, indicating that she was allowed to attend the event.

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• 34.

### This box is ________ heavy that I can't lift it.

• A.

Very

• B.

Too

• C.

Enough

• D.

So

D. So
Explanation
The correct answer is "so". In this sentence, "so" is used to express the degree of heaviness. It indicates that the box is extremely heavy, to the point where the speaker is unable to lift it.

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• 35.

### If they ________ harder, they would succeed.

• A.

Tried

• B.

Could try

• C.

Try

• D.

A. Tried
Explanation
The correct answer is "tried" because the sentence is in the conditional form, indicating a hypothetical situation. The use of "would" suggests that the outcome of succeeding is dependent on the action of trying. Therefore, the correct verb form to complete the sentence is "tried," indicating past tense and the possibility of success if they had made the effort.

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• 36.

### Anny was making dinner when Albert ________ home.

• A.

Came

• B.

Was coming

• C.

Has come

• D.

Comes

A. Came
Explanation
The sentence is in the past tense, indicating that the action of Albert coming home has already occurred. "Came" is the correct past tense form of the verb "come."

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• 37.

### I wonder when _______ home.

• A.

Is she coming

• B.

Will she come

• C.

She is coming

• D.

Can she come

C. She is coming
Explanation
The question is asking about the timing of someone's return home. The correct answer is "she is coming," indicating that the person will be coming home in the near future. This answer suggests that the person has already made plans or arrangements to come home and it is expected to happen soon.

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• 38.

### There's only one way to win the battle _________ inflation.

• A.

With

• B.

Against

• C.

For

• D.

From

B. Against
Explanation
To win the battle against inflation means to successfully combat or overcome inflation. Inflation is seen as an adversary or opponent that needs to be fought against or resisted. Therefore, the correct answer is "against."

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• 39.

### Ms. Rubinstein _________ the bus before the accident took place.

• A.

• B.

Was getting off

• C.

Has gotten off

• D.

Would get off

Explanation
The use of "had gotten off" in the sentence suggests that Ms. Rubinstein got off the bus before the accident occurred. This implies that she was no longer on the bus when the accident happened. The past perfect tense "had gotten off" indicates that the action of getting off the bus happened before the accident in the past.

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• 40.

### Fred ________ better as soon as he had eaten dinner.

• A.

Would feel

• B.

Will feel

• C.

Felt

• D.

Could feel

C. Felt
Explanation
After eating dinner, Fred experienced an improvement in his condition or mood. The past tense verb "felt" indicates that this change occurred in the past. The use of "felt" suggests that this improvement was immediate and directly related to the act of eating dinner.

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• 41.

### They had their car _________ at Ben's Garage.

• A.

Repairing

• B.

To repair

• C.

Repaired

• D.

Repair

C. Repaired
Explanation
The correct answer is "repaired" because it is the past participle form of the verb "repair." In this sentence, "had their car repaired" indicates that someone else performed the action of repairing the car for them.

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• 42.

### Michael made Betsy _________ the kitchen.

• A.

To paint

• B.

Painting

• C.

Painted

• D.

Paint

D. Paint
Explanation
The correct answer is "paint" because it is the base form of the verb and is used after "made" to indicate the action that Betsy was made to do in the kitchen.

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• 43.

### If it keeps on raining, the game may _________.

• A.

Delay

• B.

Be delayed

• C.

Have delayed

• D.

Have to delay

B. Be delayed
Explanation
If it keeps on raining, the game may be delayed. This means that due to the continuous rainfall, the game might start later than originally scheduled.

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• 44.

### Alice is doing her homework now. She ________ TV an hour from now.

• A.

Watches

• B.

Is watching

• C.

Would watch

• D.

Will be watching

D. Will be watching
Explanation
The correct answer is "will be watching" because it indicates a future action that will happen an hour from now. The phrase "will be" is used to express a future continuous tense, suggesting that Alice will be in the process of watching TV at that time.

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• 45.

### The library ________ since last Wednesday.

• A.

Has been closed

• B.

Was closed

• C.

Closed

• D.

Is closed

A. Has been closed
Explanation
The correct answer is "has been closed" because the sentence is in the present perfect tense, indicating an action that started in the past and is still ongoing. "Has been closed" is the correct form of the verb "to close" in the present perfect tense.

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• 46.

### Kent's wife ________ dinner by the time he gets home.

• A.

Is going to eat

• B.

Will have eaten

• C.

Will eat

• D.

Would eat

B. Will have eaten
Explanation
The correct answer is "will have eaten." This is because the sentence is referring to a future action that will be completed before another future event (Kent getting home). The future perfect tense "will have eaten" is used to indicate that the action of eating dinner will be finished before Kent arrives home.

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• 47.

### Stephanie took time to help me ________ she was very busy.

• A.

Since

• B.

Because

• C.

Although

• D.

So

C. Although
Explanation
Stephanie took time to help me although she was very busy. This suggests that despite being busy, Stephanie still made an effort to assist me. The word "although" indicates a contrast between Stephanie's busyness and her willingness to help, highlighting her kind and helpful nature.

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• 48.

### Sammy would have met Otis if he ________ to the meeting.

• A.

Goes

• B.

Went

• C.

• D.

Would go

Explanation
The correct answer is "had gone" because it is in the past perfect tense. This suggests that the meeting did not happen in reality, but if Sammy had gone to the meeting, he would have met Otis.

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• 49.

### Jenny was late to work. She _________ a taxi instead of waiting for the bus.

• A.

Would have taken

• B.

Might have taken

• C.

Must have taken

• D.

Should have taken

D. Should have taken
Explanation
The correct answer is "should have taken." This is because the sentence suggests that Jenny was late to work because she did not take a taxi. Using "should have taken" implies that taking a taxi was the appropriate or expected action for her to take in order to avoid being late.

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• 50.

### No one realized the letter was important or it _______ thrown out.

• A.

Would have been

• B.

Wouldn't have been

• C.

Should have been

• D.

Might have been

B. Wouldn't have been
Explanation
The correct answer is "wouldn't have been". This is because the sentence is talking about a past hypothetical situation where no one realized the importance of the letter. "Wouldn't have been" indicates that if they had realized its importance, they would not have thrown it out.

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