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EXERCISE GRAMMAR 1. The mausoleum is ................. by Thien Thu mountain, two towering columns and vastexpanse of water.A. feed B. feeding C. fed D. feeds 2. Put plants ............... window so that they will get enough light.A. near to B. near of C. next to D. nearly 3. Employers often require that candidates have not only degree .............A. but two years experience B. also two years experienceC. but also two-year experience D. but more two years experience 4. Richard Nixon had been lawyer and ............... before he entered politics.A. served in the Navy as an officer B. an officer in the NavyC. the Navy had him as an officer D. did service in the Navy as an officer 5. If one of the participants in conversation wonders ............... no real communication hastaken place.A. what said the other person B. what the other person saidC. what did the other person say D. what was the other person saying 6. The salary of bus driver is much higher ................ A. in comparison with the salary of teacher B. than teacherC. than that of teacher D. to compare as teacher 7. Professional people expect ............... when it is necessary to cancel an appointment.A. you to call them B. that you would callthemC. your calling them D. that you are calling them 8. Sedimentary rocks are formed below the surface of the earth ............... very high temperaturesand pressures.A. where there are B. there are C. where are there D. there are where 9. Farmers look forward to ............... every summer. A. participating in the county fairs B. participate in the county fairsC. be participating in the county fairs D. have participated in the county fairs 10. Clipper ships were the swiftest sailing ships that …………………. to sea and the mostbeautiful.A. ever were put B. were ever putted C. were ever put D. ever were putted 11. The ships had their days of …………………. in the 1840s and 1850s.A. glorious B. glory C. glorify D. gloriously 12. Tea loses its flavor quickly …………………… in the hold of vessel.A. when storing B. stored C. when stored D. storing 13. Earl was one of the first American artists …………………. landscapes.A. painting B. painted C. for painting D. to paint 14. The crime rate has continued to rise in American cities despite efforts on the part of bothgovernment and private citizens to curb ................A. them B. him C. its D. it 15. In 1778, he ……………… to London to study with Benjamin West for four years.A. has gone B. had gone C. would go D. went 16. No one has been able to satisfactorily explain how or ………… The Moon sporadicallysparks.A. when B. why C. what D. which 17. The basic fiber-optics system is called fiberscope, ………… Consists of two bundles offibers.A. which B. in which C. where D. what18. Physicians can look into the lungs, heart and other areas that were formerly…………….. tothem.A. accessibly B. access C. accessible D. inaccessible 19. ............... his highly individual conceptions of music and chaos, John Cage became leadingfigure in avant-garde music .A. Such was B. Due to C. Because from D. That 20. Sanford Meisner ............... the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City.A. founding and directing B. who founded and directedC. founded and directed D. in finding and directing 21. Experiments in the sonic imaging of moving objects ............... in both the United States andEurope well before the Second World War. A. were conducting B. have been conducted C. had been conductedD. being conducted 22. ............... billions and billions of stars exist in the vast space beyond our Milky Way galaxy.A. That is estimated B. An estimate that C. That the estimate D. It is estimated that 23. ............... gene-bearing bodies within the nuclei of living organisms.A. Chromosomes B. Chromosomes that are C. Chromosomes are D. Chromosomes while they are 24. Abner Doubleday, ..............., was credited with the invention of baseball in 1839.A. who become Union army general B. which became Union army general C. who were Union army general D. Union army general 25. ............... photosynthesis were to stop, life would disappear from the planet Earth relativelyquickly.A. For B. However C. If D. Although 26. Each fiber in the bundle …………….. only tiny fraction of the total image.A. transmit B. transmitted C. transmits D. to transmit 27. Antonio Gaudi, architect of Barcelona's Holy Family Church, died before seeing ............... thestructure.A. on completion of B. the completion of C. completing of D. their completing of 28. This is the factory ................................. at work. A. they are B. where they are C. where are D. in where they are 29. America's first globe maker was James Wilson, who ................... and blacksmith in his earlierlife.A. farmer had been B. had been farmer C. farming D. being farmer 30. Napoleon ................... the West Indian island of Santo Domingo in 1801.A. attacked B. is attacking C. has attracted D. attacking 31. Modern industrial methods have supplanted individual crafts, ................... stone carvers,coopers, and cobblers virtually extinct.A. make blacksmiths, B. made blacksmiths,C. making them blacksmiths, D. making blacksmiths, 32. Not only knowledge and skills, but also attitudes ................... in school for students' futureadjustment to society.A. when cultivated B. cultivatedC. which need to be cultivated D. need to be cultivated 33. On Mercator's maps, the far northern and southern polar regions are....................A. greatly exaggerated in area B. exaggerating greatly in areaC. greatly exaggerate in area D. great exaggeration in area34. On the slope of Long's Peak in Colorado ................... the ruin of gigantic tree.A. that lies B. lies C. where lies D. lie 35. ................... in Shanghai than in any other city in ChinaA. More people live B. More people living C. It has more people D. More living people 36. The earth spins on its axis and ................... 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.09seconds for one complete rotation. A. need B. needed C. needing D. needs 37. ................... on the environment for the gratification of its needs.A. Each organism to depend B. Every organism depends C. All organisms depending D. Many organisms can depend 38. Of Charles Dickens' many novels, expectations perhaps ................... to many readers.A. the most satisfying one B. most satisfying oneC. more than satisfying one D. the more satisfying than 39. ..................., the nation's capital remained in Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaA. While designing Washington, .C B. Washington, D.C., was designedC. While Washington, D.C ., was being designed D. Washington, .C ., designed 40. Children learn primarily by ................... the world around them.A. experiencing directly of B. experience directC. directly physical experience D. direct physical experience of 41. It is earth's gravity that ................... people their weight.A. gives B. give C. giving D. given 42. Generally speaking, people should have ................... as their desires will allow.A. much education B. as much education C. education D. for education 43. dolphin six ................... length can move as fast as most ships.A. foot in B. feet in C. foot of D. feet of 44. With new technology, cameras can take pictures of underwater valleys................... color. A. within B. for C. in D. by 45. ................. the fifth largest among the nine planets that make up our solar system.A. The Earth is B. The Earth being C. That the Earth is D. Being the Earth 46. In mathematics, variable is symbol ................. some element of set.A. and representing B. represents C. that represents D.represents that 47. .................. actress's life is in many ways unlike that of other women.A. An B. C. As the D. That the 48. About 20 miles from Boston, .................. little town named Concord that has rich history.A. has B. there is C. there are D. where is 49. An advisor to both Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman, .................of BethuneCookman College.A. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune was the founderB. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune, who was the founder C. the founder was Dr. Mary Mcleod BethuneD. did the founder Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune 50. Warmth, moisture, and oxygen are three necessary requirements ................. most seedlings.A. for cultivating B. for cultivate C. as cultivating D. can cultivate 51. They share the housework …..................... between them.A. equally B. equal C. they are equal D. and equal52. well-known large natural lake is Lake Tahoe, ................. straddles the California-Nevadaborder.A. and B. which C. since D. for 53. Before ................., they used horse-drawn wooden carts. A. farmers have had tractors B. tractors owned by farmersC. having tractors farmers D. farmers had tractors 54. Tuna, ................., may weigh up to 1,000 pounds. A. is the sea giant B. can be giants of the sea C. one of the sea giants D. the sea of the giant 55. Physical fitness exercises can cause injuries ................. the participants are not careful.A. that B. to C. if D. with 56. Total weight of all the ants in the world is much greater than .................A. to all human beings B. all human beings is that C. that of all human beings D. is of all human beings 57. ................. for overall health.A. Extra fiber in one's diet is helpful B. Extra fiber is one's helpful dietC. Helpful one's diet is extra fiber D. One's diet is helpful in extra fiber 58. Elephants scratch themselves with sticks .................. A. holding in their trunks B. in their trunks holdingC. hold in their trunks D. held in their trunks 59. Van Gogh's "Sunflowers" .............. $39.9 million, three times the previous record .A. once sold for B. for sale once C. selling for once D. for once sold 60. Some monkeys, ................., use their tails in way similar to hand .A. like the spider monkey B. spider monkey likesC. to the spider monkey D. the monkey likes the spider 61. Black, red, and even bright pink diamonds ...................... A. occasionally to find B. occasionally foundC. have occasionally been found D. have occasionally found 62. Between the California Coast Range and the Sierra Nevada .....................A. great Central Valley B. the great Central ValleyC. being the great Central Valley D. lies the great Central Valley 63. It is gravity ................. objects toward the earth. A. pull B. that pulls C. to pull D. what pulls 64. ................. their territories but rather than fight, they howl. A. Wolves protectively jealous B. Jealous of wolvesC. Protection of wolves D. Wolves jealously protect 65. ................. strength of 70 horses, forklift toils all day long in warehouse lifting greatweights.A. Because the B. With the C. Some D. The 66. The growth of two-income families in the United States .................. of people moving to anew social class.A. has resulted in millions B. results of millionsC. millions of results D. resulting in millions 67. Using globe can be ................. it is educational. A. enjoyable B. to enjoy as C. as enjoyable D. as enjoyable as 68. Each mediocre book we read means one less great book that we would otherwise have achance ..................A. to read them B. read C. reading D. to read 69. Most accidents in the home can be prevented by ................. elimination of hazards.A. that B. that the C. there is D. the70. ................. problems in sailing in tropical seas is the coral reefs.A. One of the biggest B. The biggest oneC. Of the biggest one D. There are the biggest