English

Can you ……. me all right over there because you are rather a long way away?

(a) listening
(b) hearing
(c) listen
(d) hear
English

I only want ……. little sugar in my tea, please.

(a) a
(b) the
(c) such
English

Art is not only found in the museum or concert hall. Art can be found in the expressive behavior of ordinary people, as well.

a. Art can be found not only in the museum or concert hall, and it can be found in the expressive behavior of ordinary people, as well.
b. In the museum or concert hall, art can be found not only there and in the expressive behavior of ordinary people, as well.
c. Although in the expressive behavior of ordinary people, as well, art can be found not only in the museum or concert hall.
d. Art can be found not only in the museum or concert hall, but in the expressive behavior of ordinary people, as well.
English

The interesting thing about ……. is all the roads that they built in Britain.

(a) Romans
(b) a Romans
(c) the Romans
English

I could ……. bought that car but I didn’t have enough money to pay for the petrol.

(a) had
(b) have
(c) have to
English

The ______ townspeople celebrated the soldier’s return to his home by adorning trees with yellow ribbons and balloons.

a. somber
b. jubilant
c. pitiless
d. cunning
e. unsullied
English

When her schoolwork got to be too much, Pam had a tendency to ______, which always put her further behind.

a. dedicate
b. rejuvenate
c. ponder
d. excel
e. procrastinate
English

Choose the sentence that expresses the idea most clearly.

a. As soon as she realized that the hurricane was going to strike, the mayor told the residents to evacuate the city.
b. As soon as she realized that the hurricane was going to strike, the city residents were told to evacuate by the mayor.
c. As soon as she realized that the hurricane was going to strike, the mayor tells the city residents of her decision to evacuate.
d. As soon as she realized that the hurricane was going to strike, the residents of the city were told to evacuate by the mayor.
English

Racha’s glance was a ______ invitation to speak later in private about events of the meeting.

a. trecherous
b. scintillating
c. tactful
d. tacit
e. taboo
English

She reached the ______ of her career with her fourth novel, which won the Pulitzer Prize.

a. harbinger
b. apogee
c. metamorphosis
d. dictum
e. synthesis