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PART VI1


141. The athlete (A) won the
(B) race and broke hers (C)
own record (D).


(C) The possessive pronoun
form is her. Choice (A) is a
correct noun. Choice (B) is a
correct article. Choice (D) is a
correct noun.


141. The athlete (A) won the
(B) race and broke hers (C)
own record (D).


142. How much (A) of the
diners (B) who ate the meat
actually (C) became ill (D)?



(A) Countable nouns like
diners use the countable form
many. Choice (B) is a correct
noun. Choice (C) is a correct
adverb. Choice (D) is a correct
adjective.


142. How much (A) of the
diners (B) who ate the meat
actually (C) became ill (D)?


143. We are (A) not permitted
enter (B) the factory after (C)
6 P.M. without authorization
(D).


(B) The infinitive to is needed
after permit: permitted to enter.
Choice (A) is a correct subject
+ verb. Choice (C) is a correct
preposition. Choice (D) is a
correct noun.


143. We are (A) not permitted
enter (B) the factory after (C)
6 P.M. without authorization
(D).


144. The cancelled (A) concert
was rescheduled (B) to more
later (C) in the (D) week.


(C) Later is already a
comparative form. More is not
required. Choice (A) is a
correct past participle used as
an adjective. Choice (B) is a
correct verb. Choice (D) is a
correct article.


144. The cancelled (A) concert
was rescheduled (B) to more
later (C) in the (D) week.


145. The freighter is (A) due
at its (B) destination in (C) or
about the sixth (D) of June.


(C) The common expression
for approximate time is on or
about. Choice (A) is a correct
verb. Choice (B) is a correct
possessive pronoun. Choice
(D) is a correct adjective.


145. The freighter is (A) due
at its (B) destination in (C) or
about the sixth (D) of June.


146. At (A) the museum there
are exhibit (B) of both (C)
modern and contemporary
(D) art.


(B) The correct form of the
word is exhibitions or exhibits.
Choice (A) is a correct
preposition. Choice (C) is a
correct conjunction. Choice
(D) is a correct adjective.


146. At (A) the museum there
are exhibit (B) of both (C)
modern and contemporary
(D) art.


147. In order (A) to avoid to
make (B) mistakes, take
your (C) time and work
carefully (D).


(B) Use the gerund form
making after avoid. Choice (A)
is a correct preposition.
Choice (C) is a correct
possessive pronoun. Choice
(D) is a correct adverb.


147. In order (A) to avoid to
make (B) mistakes, take
your (C) time and work
carefully (D).


148. Although (A) Mr. Tan
had put (B) in much time (C)
and effort as Ms. Foley, he
was not promoted (D).


(C) The comparative
expression needs an additional
as: as much time and effort as.
Choice (A) is a correct
conjunction. Choice (B) is a
correct verb. Choice (D) is a
correct past participle.


148. Although (A) Mr. Tan
had put (B) in much time (C)
and effort as Ms. Foley, he
was not promoted (D).


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