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PART v PRACTICE TEST TWO


101. Customer ….. is one of
the top priorities of this
company.
(A) satisfied
(B) satisfying
(C) satisfy
(D) satisfaction


(D) The noun is needed as the
subject of the sentence. Choice
(A) is the past participle
adjective. Choice (B) is the
present participle adjective.
Choice (C) is the basic verb
form.


101. Customer ….. is one of
the top priorities of this

company.
(A) satisfied
(B) satisfying
(C) satisfy
(D) satisfaction


102. Remember that feeling
confident and ….. is an
important part of giving a
presentation.
(A) relaxing
(B) relaxes
(C) relaxed
(D) relax


(C) The past participle adjective
is required to describe the
subject, which is receiving the
feeling. Choice (A) is the present
participle adjective, which
describes the person or thing
creating the feeling. Choice (B) is
the simple present. Choice (D) is
the basic verb form.


102. Remember that feeling
confident and ….. is an
important part of giving a
presentation.
(A) relaxing
(B) relaxes
(C) relaxed
(D) relax


103. Final arrangements for the
board of directors’ meeting
haven’t ….. been made.
(A) already
(B) still
(C) while
(D) yet


(D) Yet is a negative adverb with
present perfect. It can be placed after
the first auxiliary (haven’t yet been
made) or at the end of the sentence
(haven’t been made yet). Choice (A) is
affirmative, so it won’t work. Choice
(B) can be used in a negative present
perfect, but it must be placed before
the verb phrase: still haven’t been
made. Choice (C) does not make sense
in this context.


103. Final arrangements for the
board of directors’ meeting
haven’t ….. been made.
(A) already
(B) still
(C) while
(D) yet


104. We have ….. all project
managers to turn in their
reports by the end of the
week.
(A) asking
(B) asked
(C) ask
(D) asks


(B) The past participle is
required to make a present
perfect verb form. Choice (A)
is the present participle.
Choice (C) is the basic verb
form. Choice (D) is the simple
present.


104. We have ….. all project
managers to turn in their
reports by the end of the
week.
(A) asking
(B) asked
(C) ask
(D) asks


105. Nobody will be ….. to the
room after the meeting has
started.
(A) admitted
(B) omitted
(C) permitted
(D) submitted


(A) Admitted means “allowed to
enter” and fits the idea of this
sentence. Choice (B), omitted,
means “left or taken out.”
Choice (C), permitted, means
“allowed” and does not make
sense in this context. Choice (D),
submitted, means “given to.”


105. Nobody will be ….. to the
room after the meeting has
started.
(A) admitted
(B) omitted
(C) permitted
(D) submitted


106. Customer …..
representatives are available
to answer your questions
twenty-four hours a day.
(A) servants
(B) serving
(C) serve
(D) service


(D) The noun meaning the act
of serving is required to fit the
idea of this sentence. Choice
(A) is a noun meaning people
who serve. Choice (B) is the
gerund. Choice (C) is the
basic verb form.


106. Customer …..
representatives are available
to answer your questions
twenty-four hours a day.
(A) servants
(B) serving
(C) serve
(D) service


107. While some people enjoy
receiving calls from
telemarketers, other people
find such calls ….. .
(A) annoys
(B) annoying
(C) annoyingly
(D) annoyed


Telemarketing (n) a way of selling
products to people in which you
telephone people to see if they
want to buy something
Telemarketer (n)


(B) The present participle
adjective is required to describe
the thing that is creating the
feeling. Choice (A) is the simple
present. Choice (C) is the
adverb. Choice (D) is the simple
past or past participle adjective,
which describes the person
receiving the feeling.


107. While some people enjoy
receiving calls from
telemarketers, other people
find such calls ….. .
(A) annoys
(B) annoying
(C) annoyingly
(D) annoyed


108. If you are interested …..
receiving free samples of our
product, simply fill out the
enclosed card.
(A) to
(B) in
(C) of
(D) about


(B) The preposition always
used with the phrase to be
interested is in. Choices (A),
(C), and (D) are the wrong
prepositions.


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