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1. Five former friends found fifty francs in France.
In the above sentence, which part of speech is “former”?
  Adjective
  Adverb
  Verb
  Noun
2. I love to spend summer Sundays at the park.
In the above sentence, what form of the verb is “to spend”?
  Possessive
  Infinitive
  Passive
  Reflexive
3. A student says, “I often talk with she.”
What is the explanation for what is grammatically wrong with this sentence?
  The student is using a subject pronoun instead of an object pronoun.
  The student is using an object pronoun instead of a subject pronoun.
  The student is using a subordinate clause instead of a main clause.
  The student just doesn’t speak English very well.
4. I have been to Argentina five times.
In what tense is the sentence above written?
  Simple present
  Present continuous
  Present perfect
  Past perfect
5. Prior to the invention of the washing machine, women spent many
hours per day washing clothes.
In the sentence above, “Prior to the invention of the washing machine”
is an example of what?
  Predicate verb
  Prepositional phrase
  Independent clause
  Conditional tense
6. A student says, “I needed dozens of equipments to start my business.”
What is wrong with this sentence?
  “Equipment” is a non-count noun, but the student is using it as a count noun.
  “Equipment” does not have a plural form.
  To be counted, “equipment” must be prefaced by a countable noun.
  All of the above.
7. Snowboarding is a popular winter sport.
In the above sentence, what kind of word is “snowboarding”?
  Verb
  Object
  Gerund
  Adjective
8. Which of the following is an example of a “modal auxiliary verb”?
  Have
  Do
  Can
  Make
9. A student says, “I enjoy to go to the beach in Brazil.” What is the best explanation for what is grammatically wrong with this sentence?
  The student is using a gerund when he should use the infinitive.
  The student is using the infinitive when he should use a gerund.
  Conjugated verbs are never followed by infinitives.
  We just don’t say that in English.
10. Which of the following sentences is written in the third conditional?
  If Troy goes to the concert, he will have fun.
  If Troy had gone to the concert, he would have had fun.
  If Troy went to the concert, he would have fun.
  If Troy went to the concert, he would have had fun.


     
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