1. (A). He returned from abroad just in time.
(B). He hasn’t stopped talking about his trip to Spain.
(C). His Spanish improved because he lived abroad.
(D). His Spanish lessons were very expensive.
2. (A). The eraser on the pencil is gone.
(B). My pants will be extremely short.
(C). I can no longer raise my knee.
(D). My friend will no longer race her.
3. (A). Are the hamburgers any good at the snack bar?
(B). You can buy good hamburgers at the snack bar.
(C). The hamburgers at that snack bar are getting better.
(D). Where is the snack bar that sells the best hamburgers?
4. (A). Tickets were not needed for the outdoor game.
(B). I would be unable to attend the game unless I had a ticket.
(C). The ticket takers never go anywhere during the game.
(D). I could come and go without a ticket after the game began.
5. (A). Only a few part-time jobs are open to students.
(B). Few students have time to go to parties.
(C). Only a few students are willing to take the jobs.
(D). Four of the students have time free in which to work.
6. (A). She used to come to this terminal.
(B). Why is computer technology so confusing.
(C).I ought to stop commuting from this terminal.
(D).Is this the terminal I’m supposed to use?
7. (A). Don’t fill the washing machine with too many clothes.
(B).Those clothes can’t be washed in the machine.
(C). Don’t leave your clothes in the washer.
(D). You forgot about washing those clothes.
8. (A). The registrar’s office is on the right.
(B). The cashier is to the right of the registrar’s office.
(C). The registrar and cashier are the same person.
(D). The registrar and cashier are in the same office.
9. (A).She must have misunderstood me.
(B).What she’s saying is unclear to me.
(C). She’s explaining what I don’t understand.
(D). I’m beginning to understand her.
10. (A). Cindy found one true friend.
(B). Cindy has thoughtful and sincere friends.
(C). Cindy is a very genuine and considerate friend.
(D). Cindy wondered about her friend.
11. (A). Math is not the only subject I enjoy.
(B). I used to study just math.
(C). I wish I’d spent more time on math.
(D). If a more advanced math course were offered, I’d enroll in it.
12. (A). Nobody got to the meeting before she did.
(B). She was in the hurry to get to the meeting.
(C). They met her at the door.
(D). It was late when she left the meeting.
13. (A). I was ready for a real change.
(B). I found he had already read everything.
(C). I change my mind about it every day.
(D). I was pleased to discover everything was ready.
14.(A). Sally gave the speech when the original speaker became ill.
(B). Sally’s speech was a remarkable introduction to the topic.
(C). The speech was just ending when Sally came in.
(D). Had Sally not been sick, she would have introduced the speaker.
15.(A). I think this table is free.
(B). This isn’t the table I asked for.
(C). Isn’t this table being served?
(D). Do you think this table is ours?
16.(A). The secretary was French. (B). He’s the club secretary.
(C). The French club was closed. (D). He’s living close to the club.
17.(A). This tour was a waste of time.
(B). I learned a lot from this tour.
(C). Have there been any tours today?
(D). Did you go on this tour?
18.(A). She looked through my paper three times.
(B). She couldn’t find my grades.
(C). She didn’t see the mistakes.
(D). She read the paper on the air.
19.(A). We made the coffee ourselves
(B). The coffee helped us a lot.
(C). We got coffee on our own.
(D). Our coffee is on the shelf.
20.(A). I never trusted you. (B). I think I can trust you.
(C). I thought you trusted me. (D). I was wrong to have trusted you.
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1. Justin spent a year in Spain and came back speaking Spanish fluently.
2. My pencil no longer has an eraser.
3. At the snack bar, that’s where you can get a good hamburger.
4. I couldn’t go to the game without a ticket.
5. There are a few part-time jobs now available for students.
6. Should I be using this computer terminal?
7. You mustn’t forget to remove your clothe from the washer.
8. To the right of the register’s office is the cashier.
9. I don’t understand what she’s getting at.
10. Cindy is a wonderful friend, so thoughtful and sincere.
11. If only I’d studied more maths.
12. She hurried out the door, already late for the meeting.
13. To find everything ready was really a pleasant change.
14. Sally was only going to make some introductory remarks but ended up giving the
speech herself when the speaker came down with the flue.
15. This table isn’t reserved, is it?
16. The French Club chose him secretary.
17. Hasn’t this been an informative tour?
18. The instructor overlooked three errors on my paper.
19. We helped ourselves to the coffee.
20. To think I trusted you!