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Error Identification- Tests 4 & 5

Error Identification- Tests 4 & 5

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SIX
PRACTICE
TOEFL
TESTS
SECTION2
StructureandWrittenExpression
Time-35minutes
Port1:SentenceCompletion
Directions:Questions1-23are
not
complete
sentences.
Oneormorewordsareleftout
of
each
sentence.
Under
eachsentence,youwillseefourwordsorphrases,marked(A).
(B).(C),
and
(D).
Choosetheonewordorphrasethatcompletes
the
sentencecorrectly,
Then,
onyouranswersheet,findthenumberofthequestionandfillintheovalthatcorresponds
to,
theletterof
your
answer
choice.
ExampleI>
Birdsrouenests
in
trees__
hi
detheiryoung
in
theleavesandbranches.SampleAnswer(A)
can
wherethey
(B)
wherethey
can
(e)
wherecanthey
(D)
wherecan--Thesentenceshouldread."B
i
ds
makenests
in
treeswherethey
canhim,
their
youngintheleavesandbranches."
Tberefore,youshould
chooseanswer
(B).
Ex.ample11>-
Sleeping,resting,and__arethe
best
ways
to
can:foracold.(A)
to
drink·fluids
(B)
drank
fluids
(C)
one
drink
fluids
(D)
drinkingfluidsSampleAnswer
®QDCO_
Thesentenceshould
read.
"Sleeping,resting,anddrinkingfluidsarethebestwaystocareforacold."Therefore,youshouldchoose:answer
(P).
Nowbeginworkonthequestions.1.Because
aluminum
is
lighterandcheaper____,itisfu:quemlyusedforhigh-tensionpowertransmission.
JA(,
as
copper~thancopper
(el
forcopper
(D)
morecopper2.It
is
onlyrecently
that
balletshave
been
basedon
themesAmericanlife.
~refl~ting
hl
reflects
(C)
isreflecting(D)reflected
3.
Poison
oak
generatesirritatingpoisons_even
if
peoplemerelybrushagainsttheplants.
i~
heycanaffectpeople
(Ill)
that
can
affect
people
(C)
whatcaneffectpeople
(D)
which
do
they
affect
____ants
live
incolonies.keep
farms,
go
to
war.
carryoffslaves.andhavesociety~mewh.tlikehumanbeings.
I,fA
Studiesofantlifeshowthat)Studiesofanilifethat
(C)
Thatisstudied(D)That!h~
S
tudiesofantlife4.5.Genericmedicationsarejustas,andmuchless
expensive.
(A)effectivelybrand-name
products(B).brand-nameproductseffective
(C)
brand-nameproductsaseffective
@
effectiveasbrand-nameproducts6.is
DO
way
10
telltheexactnumberofheroinaddictsintheUnitedStates.(Al
It
Afif),
There
'(i::l
Wbal
CD)
Each
7,
ErnestHemingwayisofmodemfiction,
/@
oneofthemolders
(B)
themoldersone
(e)
whoisoneofthemolders(D
J
themolderswhoistheone
PRACTlCETEST
4
8.occasionsforcongratulations,
(A)
Birthdaysthatusuallyconsidered~Usuallyconsideringbirthdays
'\(9i'
Birthdays
areusually
considered
(0)
Thatconsideredbirthdaysusually9."Forty-niners"
to
Californiaforgold
iu
1848.
;@
rushed
(B)
arerushed
(e)
haverushed
(D)
rushing10.
In
orderforpeople
to
work
together
effectively,
~~needeachother'sneeds.
W
to
be
sensitiveto-
(B)
is
sensitivefor
(C)
sensi
ti
vity
(0)
sensitive11.Itis
good
form
to
usethenam~oftheperson
:t:,)
whoaregreeting~youaregreeting
(C)
which
you
aregreeting
(D)
greetingforyou12.thepromotionofhealthand
to
helpingpeopleavoidinjuryanddisease.
(A)Tocommitthe
RedCross
(D)
TheRedCrosstocommit
-+Q.
CommittedtotheRedCrossis~TheRedCrossiscommittedto13.Peopleusuallycangetasufficientamountofthecalciumtheirbodiesfromthe
food
theyconsume.
~~~
(C)
needing(D)to
need
14.It
is
possible
mayassistsome
trees
insavingwaterinthewinter,(A)theleaves
are
lost~whenleaveshavelost
/'AC)
thatthelossofleavestoloseleaves
243
 
2.f04.
SIXPRACTICE
TOEflTESTS
15.Hollywood,theheartofAmerica'smotionpictureindustry.''ofLosAngeles
H
.~Qtury
ago.-'.'
i1Av
WIiS
onlyaquiet
suburb
1m
onlyquietsuburb
was
(e).
quietsuburbonlywas
"'{Dr
subuibwas
quiet
only
16.
Kitchen
appllances
calledblenders
became
____;_inthe1930s,whenStephen
J.
Poplawskidevelopeda
machinethatexcelledatmaking
his
favori~
dri
nk.
(A)
establish
,jIJi
~'uib1ishing
;qgv
established
(D)
"'hidestablish
17.Built
at
the
beginningofthecentury,theLibraryof(';.'ongmssbouses
one
of!helargest____collectionsof
books
intheworld.andfineandfinestorfinest
(0)
yet
fine18.Inthepreparationoffibro~smaterialforproductionuses,stiff
woody
fibersfromplants_____fibersfromanimalsources.(A)
the
mostheat
the
A(Bj'.)}
needmore
b~t
than
fcf
thanmoreheatneeded
(0)
needthemore
heatthan151.ApartnershipisanassociationoftwoOrmore
individualswhotogethertodevelopabusiness,
(A)worked
@,
th,ey
work
tQI\VOrk
(D)
working20.Chosenasthenation'scapital
lit
theendoftheAmericanCivilWar,acityofOver
4-miHion
people.
(@
Washington.D.C.,is
now
(B)forWashington,D.C.,
(C)
10Washington,
D.C.,
(D)
nowinWashington,D.C.,21.Within
anareaof
only100miles,DeathValleysinksto282feetbelowsealevelwhileMountWhitneyto
a
heigh!
of
14,494
feet
(A)
soaring(B)soar
i§)~,_'.,'_'"
22..
ThecosmopolitanflavorofSanFranciscois
enhanced
by.
shops
andrestaurants.~\anethnic
,.0Yits
many
ethnic
(C)
its
ethn
i
city
(D)
ethniciry23.thatincreasingnumbersofcompact-discplayerswillbebought
by
consumersinthe,yean;
to
come.(AlTheyareanticipated
(B)
Inanticipation~An_ticipa!in
g
'c.:;
It
isanticipated
~:
.PRACTICETEST
A
245
Part2:ErrorIdentification
Directions:Inquestions
2A--6O
eachsentencehasfourunderlinedwords
Or
phrases,marked(A),(B),
(C),
and(D).Choosetheoneword
01
phrase
thai
mu
SI
bechang
eli
i
orderforthesentencetobecorrect,Then,
on
youranswersheetfindthenumberofthequestionandfillintheovalthatcorresponds
10
theletterofyouranswer,choice.
ExampleI,
Aspirinisrecommeodtomanypeoplefor
its
A
---rr---
c
_CDCD®
)
I
r
I
__
\
1
ability10thintheblood.
D
Thesentenceshouldread,"Aspirinisrecommendedtomanypeopleforitsabilitytothintheblood."Therefore.youshouldchoose,answer(AJ.
E.xampl
e
U.
Somepeoplebelievethathumanbeingswillnever
A
useawayallthenaturalresources
On
earth.
--B
C
-n-
Sample
An'wer
®_COCID
The
sentence
should
read,
"Somepeoplebelievethathumanbeingswillneveruseupallthenaturalresourceson
earth."
Therefore,youshouldchooseans
w
er(B).Nowbeginworkonthequestions,24.Howthe
Earth
isi.nthesh.dowof
the
moon,weseeaneelipseofthesun,
~D
C
D
25.Thechildren'stelevisionprogramcalled
SesameStreet
We,'
!"@
in84countries~1989.
A
lieD
26.Someresearchsuggestswhatthereisalinkbetweenthebody'scalciumbalanceandmothdecay.
.~,/'®
C
D
21.LutherBurbankearnedthefunds
!O
gowestb~hisnewideasaboutgrowingpotalDeS,
AB
/(SJ
D
28.
LouisaMayAlcottinfusedherownlifeintothecharacterofJoinbook
lillie
Women,
ABC
;@>
29.Rockmusicwasoriginalamixtureofcountrymusicandrhythmandblues.
A~C
n
30.An
increasing
numberofofficeworksusecomputerprogram'
a:
dailyroutine.
~-A-
Ii"
'0
D
31.Travelingballetcompanieswereuncommonbefore~--tugus!.aMaywoodformedthefirsttravelingtroupe.
AB
/Ifl
D
32.
The
virtuesofordinarylif~efocusofmanypoems,
AB
/(£J
D
33.
Economicgoodsoftenconsist
10
materialitcrns,buttheycanalsobeservices
to
people.
,A""'~
CD
Moby·Dick
isanovelthattellingthestoryofashipcaptain'ssing!c-mi~dedhatredofahugewhilewhale.
A
67
C
D
34.
35.Earwaxlubricatesandpmlec15theearfromforeignmatter~.hwaterandinseets.
AB
<9
D
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246
SIXPRACTICE
TOEFLTESTS
36.Beforecreatingthetelegraph,SamuelMorsemadetheirlivingasapainter.
-A-
EmD.
38.Somejellyfishmakedailyjourneysfromdeepwatertothe.surfaceandback,whileothersmigratehorizontal.
A
-n-
-C-~
T(5fngalargeamountofinfcrrrmrion~amap,avarielyof'symbolsmustbeused,
~,A'BCD
_-
\
Beforethenineteenthcentury
it
wasrarelytofindorganizedsystemsofadulteducation.
-A-
B
(t).~
9.40.Smokingisthenumberone~lcauseofdeathintheUnitedStales.AB'~lD41.NOIsinglealphabethaseverperfectlyrepresentedthesoundsofanyofEarth'snaturallanguages,
(~-B
-C-
--V.
42.~theSecondWorldWar,almost.third!!!amillionpeoplewerekilled.
/<.:J
Be·0
43.Theozonelayermustbeprotectedbecause~shieldstheEarthfromexcessiveultravioletm'!\.!l~.
ABC
/V
44.Carbohydratesandfatsarc
tWOessential
sourcesofenergyforanimalgrow,
=t:
-8-
C
/(IV
By
passingsunlightthroughaprism,thelightissepaI:aleintoaspectrumofcolors.
-A-
-B
V
0
It1~emOde'!nm~dicar
technology,manydi~eas~,scausedbyvirusesarestill~[curable.
,AyBC0
41.ThoughPabloPicassowasprimarily.painting,healsobecameafinesculptor,e!'graver.andceramist,
-A-
--,B
1SJ
D
48.Peoplewholiveinsmalltownsoftenseemmorewarmandfriendlythanpeoplewholiveinpopulateddensely
-A-B
C?@9
45.
46.
areas,
49,11tookeight
years
10completetheErieCanal.
the'
36S-milewaterwaywhichitconnects
Albany
andBuffalo
ABC~
inNew
Yor'c
State.
50.
Everycandidateunderconsideringforafederaljobmustundergoathoroughmedicalexamination.
=z:~
-C--0-
51.ThemasterpieceA
ChristmasCarol
wrote
by
CharlesDickensin1843.
A{9CD
52.Specieslikesnakes.lizards.coyotes.squirrels.andjackrabbitsseemstoexistquitehappilyinthedesert.S>.Tho
J,8,1<
camera,
i
ingle-usccamera"""-:"
willi
Prim~
"~r
"
theI",
~so,.
and
hasbecomeverypopuIar,
D
~
PRACJlCETEST.4
247
54.Untilrecently,photocopymachineswereregardedstrictusbusinessandprofessionalofficeequipment
A
B
®
thatrequiredalotofexpensiveservicing.
D
55.Beforebridgeswerebuilt,
all
transportacrossmajorriversintheUnitedStates~er,eby
ferryboat.
---;;--B-
C?J
D
56.Publichealthexpertssaythat-themoneyOnespendsavoidingillnessisJessthanthecostto
be
sick,
A
-.B
C'
®
51.
Peopleintheworlddiffer
in
hisbeliefsaboutthecauseofsicknessandhealth.
AU
CD
58.Inthe
1840,.
hundred.'offamiliespioneermovedwestintheircoveredwagons,
=x:
-ll-
tV
D
59.Whenchildrengettheirfirstpairofglasses.theyareoftensurprisetoseethattreesandflowers
=t:
E
-1f).
havesharpclearoutlines.
D
60.Theindiscriminateandcontinualuseofanydrugwithoutmedicalsupervisioncan
be-W'
~-BCD
TInsISTHEENDOFSECTION2.
DONOTREADORWORKONANYOTHERSECTIONOF
TIfE
TESTUNTILTIMEISUP.
STOPSTOPSTOPSTOPSTOP

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