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PART VI PRACTICE TEST TWO


141. There are (A) many
shops conveniently (B) located
in the neighborhood (C) of the
hotel, and we have a
newsstand and a gift store
between (D) the lobby.


(D) The preposition should be
in: in the lobby. Choice (A) is
the correct use of the
expression there are. Choice
(B) is a correct adverb. Choice
(C) is a correct noun.


141. There are (A) many
shops conveniently (B) located
in the neighborhood (C) of the
hotel, and we have a

newsstand and a gift store
between (D) the lobby.


142. We read it (A) your
proposal with (B) a great deal
(C) of interest (D).


(A) It is an unnecessary
reference to the subject: We
read your proposal. Choice (B)
is a correct preposition.
Choice (C) is a correct noun
phrase. Choice (D) is a correct
noun.


142. We read it (A) your
proposal with (B) a great deal
(C) of interest (D).


143. Please ask to (A) the
manager if you have (B) any
questions regarding (C) your
duties (D) .


(A) The verb ask does not
require a preposition: Please
ask the manager. Choice (B) is
a correct verb. Choice (C) is a
correct preposition. Choice
(D) is a correct noun.


143. Please ask to (A) the
manager if you have (B) any
questions regarding (C) your
duties (D) .


144. Everyone (A) who
witnessed the accident were
asked (B) to give (C) a
statement to the police (D).


(B) Everyone is singular and
requires the third person
singular verb: Everyone. was
asked. Choice (A) is a correct
pronoun. Choice (C) is a
correct infinitive. Choice (D)
is a correct noun phrase.


144. Everyone (A) who
witnessed the accident were
asked (B) to give (C) a
statement to the police (D).


145. If (A) you are interested
in learning (B) more about the
services we have available,
please call (C) one of the
telephone numbers on the
listed (D) below.


(D) The definite article the
requires a noun: the list.
Choice (A) is a correct
conjunction. Choice (B) is a
correct gerund after a
preposition. Choice (C) is a
correct imperative (command)
verb.


145. If (A) you are interested
in learning (B) more about the
services we have available,
please call (C) one of the
telephone numbers on the
listed (D) below.


146. It is important to follow
through for (A) the plans that
were made (B) if you wish to
complete (C) the job
successfully (D).


(A) A preposition is required
after follow through: follow
through on/with. Choice (B) is
a correct verb phrase. Choice
(C) is a correct infinitive.
Choice (D) is a correct adverb.


146. It is important to follow
through for (A) the plans that
were made (B) if you wish to
complete (C) the job
successfully (D).


147. All (A) tenants are
requested (B) to report
maintenance problems (C) to
building superintendent (D).


Tenant (n)
someone who lives in a house,
room etc and pays rent to the
person who owns it [↪ landlord]:
- The desk was left by the
previous tenant.


Superintendent (n) A.E someone
who is in charge of an apartment
building and is responsible for
making repairs in it [= caretaker
British English]


(D) The definite article is
required before the noun phrase:
the building superintendent.
Choice (A) is a correct adjective.
Choice (B) is a correct verb
phrase. Choice (C) is a correct
noun phrase.


147. All (A) tenants are
requested (B) to report
maintenance problems (C) to
building superintendent (D).


148. Passengers are required
(A) to arrive to (B) the gate
fifteen minutes (C) before
departure (D) time.


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