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PART VI 2


141. Mr. and Mrs. Mueller
had seen (A) their (B) favorite
play performed (C) at the
theater (D) last night.


(A) A simple past action is
indicated by the past tense:
saw their favorite play
performed. Choice (B) is a
correct possessive pronoun.
Choice (C) is a correct past
participle. Choice (D) is a
correct prepositional phrase.


141. Mr. and Mrs. Mueller
had seen (A) their (B) favorite
play performed (C) at the
theater (D) last night.



142. It’s getting (A) late (B) I
think it’s time (C) that we will
leave (D).


(D) Causative adverbs are
followed by the simple form of
the verb: It’s time that we
leave. Choice (A) is a correct
verb. Choice (B) is a correct
adverb. Choice (C) is a correct
clause.


142. It’s getting (A) late (B) I
think it’s time (C) that we will
leave (D).


143. HanCo., in keeping (A)
with its new management (B)
philosophy, has decided
allowing (C) employees more
flexible (D) working hours.


(C) The causative verb decide
is followed by the infinitive:
has decided to allow more
flexible working hours. Choice
(A) is a correct prepositional
phrase. Choice (B) is a correct
noun. Choice (D) is a correct
adjective phrase.


143. HanCo., in keeping (A)
with its new management (B)
philosophy, has decided
allowing (C) employees more
flexible (D) working hours.


144. His excellent physical (A)
health is the result of (B) he
swims (C) two miles every day
(D).


(C) Result of must be followed
by a noun form, not a clause:
the result of swimming. Choice
(A) is a correct adjective.
Choice (B) is a correct noun
plus preposition. Choice (D) is
a correct time phrase.


144. His excellent physical (A)
health is the result of (B) he
swims (C) two miles every day
(D).


145. The team worked (A) to
clear away the (B) brush and
(C) planting (D) crops.


(D) To clear away requires a
parallel verb to plant. Choice
(A) is a correct verb. Choice
(B) is a correct article. Choice
(C) is a correct conjunction.


145. The team worked (A) to
clear away the (B) brush and
(C) planting (D) crops.


146. The (A) reporters saw the
firefighter rescue (B) a baby
from (C) the burned (D)
house.


(D) The house was burning, so
the present participle is
required: the burning house.
Choice (A) is the correct
article. Choice (B) is a correct
verb. Choice (C) is a correct
preposition.


146. The (A) reporters saw the
firefighter rescue (B) a baby
from (C) the burned (D)
house.


147. I wish I would go (A) to
the movies tonight, but (B) I
have to (C) finish this (D)
report.


(A) Could suggests ability;
would suggests intention: I
wish I could go. Choice (B) is a
correct conjunction. Choice
(C) is a correct auxiliary verb.
Choice (D) is a correct
adjective.


147. I wish I would go (A) to
the movies tonight, but (B) I
have to (C) finish this (D)
report.


148. Black Forest (A) is in
danger (B) because of (C) acid
rain (D) in the area.


(A) The article The should
precede Black Forest. Choice
(B) is a correct prepositional
phrase. Choice (C) is a correct
preposition. Choice (D) is a
correct noun.


148. Black Forest (A) is in
danger (B) because of (C) acid
rain (D) in the area.


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