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1. We agree to settle our differences without involving any other university student.
A
B
C
D
2. Although southern California is densely populated, only a few local settler are inside in the
A
B
C
northern part of the state.
D
3. Only a small amount of breeds of cattle have been brought to the United States recently.
A
B
C
D
4. Scientists who made research in fish farming provided a large number of information on the
A
B
C
D
increase of fish production.
5. The man is wearing an exclusively new shirt used to drinking tea with lemon and a few sugar.
A
B
C
D
6. The earliest vehicles were heavy, steam, driven machines producing great amount
A
B
C
D
of noise and smoke
7. Many laser equipment can be used to remove bad tissue from the body or to reattach parts of the
A
B
C
D
retina of the eyes.
8. Some of the information officer at the bank told his customers that there were several different
A
B
C
kinds of checking accounts available.
D
9. One of the worlds best selling author, Louis LAmour, is said to have written 101 books mostly
A
B
C
D
about westerns.
10. Among the ASEAN Country, Indonesia is the largest of all with a great number of ethnic groups.
A
B
C
D
11. One of the first result of the police investigation was a redesigning of the whole security system.
A
B
C
D
12. Nearly all of the science are based on mathematical principles that help to validate the
A
B
C
investigative process.
D
13. The Department of Fine Arts and Architecture has been criticized for not having much required
A
B
C
courses scheduled for this moments.
D
14. One out of every five human beings lacks access to safe a large number of drinking water, the
A
B
C
most basic of human needs.
D
15. With the vast number of investment information available in a complex financial
A
B
world, making the right choice can be difficult.
C
D

COMPOUND SENTENCE
1.

Kiwi birds primarily eat insects and snails, and searched for their food by probing the
A
B
C
Ground with their long bills.
D

2.

Einstein felt very bad about the application of his theories to the creation of weapons
A
B
C
of war, and bequeath most of his fortune for humanity.
D

3.

The governor founded a base Port Royal in 1605, and builds a forts at Quebec three
A
B
C
D
years later.

4.

We went to central California yesterday at lunchtime and ask people what they thought
A
B
C
D
about it.

5.

Jack Dogeness received a business degree from a well-known university in 1995 and
A
B
C
takes a job with a large company.
D

6.

He had been stuck in a staff job at the home office for six years and feels that he would like
A
B
C
D
a change.

7. The shipping department often receives lots of packages worldwide, but today they have
A
B
C
handle more than usual.
D
8. The marketing managers worked hard on the presentation and is pleased to learn that they
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B
C
D
won the award.
9. He researched a great number of computer companies and decides that IBM corporation
A
B
had the best development program of all
C
D
10. The plan had been to go either swimming or skating but the weather is so bad that they
A
B
C
D
didnt go anywhere.

AGREEMENT
1.

No country is immune to the threat of counterfeit drugs, which kill a large number of patients
A
B
C
D
every day.

2.

Food as tonic refers to using food to treat individual who have a general weakness, but
A

no specific disease diagnosis.


3.

Only one of all the states in the United States are larger than Texas.

A
4.

If both the President and Vice-president should be simultaneously incapacitated, it is the


A
B
C
speaker of the House of Representatives which is next in line.
D

5.

The first electric lamp had two carbon rods from which vapor serve to conduct the
A
B
C
D
current across the gap.

6.

A thunderhead, dense clouds that rise high into the sky in the huge columns, produce
A
B C
D
hail, rain, or snow.

7.

Never before has so many people in the United States been interested in soccer.
A
B
C
D

8.

Almost all books have a few errors in them in spite of the care taken to check its proof
A
B
C
D
pages before the final printing.

9.

Our biggest and most serious problem are that the supplies are not readily available.

10. Awards annually given to the company is displayed in the lobby.

11. All of the bad news about the new contract have finally been confirmed.
A
B
C
D
12. Although isolated pockets of hunger still remain, the World Bank nowadays gives some
A
B
African countries money to sustain its self-sufficiency in food production.
C
D

13. There is separate sources of hazard in the process of supplying energy by nuclear power
A
B
C
D
14. All nuclear power stations produces wastes that in most cases will remain radioactive
A
B
C
for thousands of years.
D
15. Among the various effects of air pollution, climatic changes are slow, the deterioration
A
B
of health is insidious, and the damage to plants, animals, or materials seem remote to
C
D
those not directly involved.