English

It is difficult to believe that charging 20% on an outstanding credit card balance isn’t ______!

a. bankruptcy
b. usury
c. novice
d. kleptomania
e. flagrancy
English

The brothers will ……. school both together at the end of this year.

(a) end
(b) ending
(c) finish
(d) finishes
English

With a(n) ______ grin, the boy quickly slipped the candy into his pocket without his mother’s knowledge.

a. jaundiced
b. nefarious
c. stereotypical
d. sentimental
e. impartial
English

He ——- the practices of aggressive autograph seekers, arguing that anyone distinguished enough to merit such ——- also deserved to be treated courteously.

(A) decried . . adulation
(B) defended . . adoration
(C) endorsed . . brusqueness
(D) ignored . . effrontery
(E) vilified . . disdain
English

Outcomes Placement Test Package Placement Test Question 39

She won a seat in parliament at the last …….. .

(a) general election
(b) opinion poll
(c) referendum
English

The movie offended many of the parents of its younger viewers by including unnecessary ______ in the dialogue.

a. vulgarity
b. verbosity
c. vocalizations
d. garishness
e. tonality
English

Sandra Day O’Connor, the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, ________ appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1981.

a. she
b. and
c. but
d. was
English

Outcomes Placement Test Package Placement Test Question 44

Do you want …….. the match tonight?

(a) watching
(b) watch
(c) to watch
English

Outcomes Placement Test Package Placement Test Question 20

Criminals are people who are guilty of …….. the law.

(a) breaking
(b) cheating
(c) committing