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1 © 2013 wheresjenny.com TOEIC ERROR RECOGNITION EXERCISE 13

2 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 1.Dolphins lack vocal cords but they have a large, oil-filled organ called the “melon,” which with they can produce a variety of sounds. A. Dolphins lack B. oil-filled C. which with D. they can 2.The Ringling Brothers were five brothers which built a small group of performers into the world’s largest circus. A. which B. performers C. the world’s D. largest

3 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 1.Dolphins lack vocal cords but they have a large, oil-filled organ called the “melon,” which with they can produce a variety of sounds. A. Dolphins lack B. oil-filled C. which with D. they can 2.The Ringling Brothers were five brothers which built a small group of performers into the world’s largest circus. A. which B. performers C. the world’s D. largest

4 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 3. There are many species of plants and animals that they Care peculiar to Hawaii. A. There B. many species C. that they D. peculiar to 4. Despite cats cannot see in complete darkness, their eyes are much more sensitive to light than humans’ eyes. A. Despite B. their eyes C. much more D. to light

5 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 3. There are many species of plants and animals that they Care peculiar to Hawaii. A. There B. many species C. that they D. peculiar to 4. Despite cats cannot see in complete darkness, their eyes are much more sensitive to light than humans’ eyes. A. Despite B. their eyes C. much more D. to light

6 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 5.Snakebirds were not given their name because they eat snakes, but because of their long, slender necks resemble snakes. A. given B. they C. but D. because of 6.In spite of their frightening appearance, the squid is shy and completely harmless. A. in spite of B. their C. frightening D. harmless

7 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 5.Snakebirds were not given their name because they eat snakes, but because of their long, slender necks resemble snakes. A. given B. they C. but D. because of 6.In spite of their frightening appearance, the squid is shy and completely harmless. A. in spite of B. their C. frightening D. harmless

8 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 7. In the sixteenth century, it was thought B that a compass needle pointed north because some mysterious influence of the stars. A. the B. thought C. pointed D. because 8. A test pilot tries out new kinds of aircraft to determine if are they safe. A. tries out B. of C. to determine D. are they

9 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 7. In the sixteenth century, it was thought B that a compass needle pointed north because some mysterious influence of the stars. A. the B. thought C. pointed D. because 8. A test pilot tries out new kinds of aircraft to determine if are they safe. A. tries out B. of C. to determine D. are they

10 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 9. Exactly when was the wheel invented is not known. A. Exactly B. was the wheel C. invented D. not 10. Although geologists have a clearly understanding of why earthquakes occur, they cannot reliably predict when they will take place. A. Although B. clearly C. occur D. they will

11 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 9. Exactly when was the wheel invented is not known. A. Exactly B. was the wheel C. invented D. not 10. Although geologists have a clearly understanding of why earthquakes occur, they cannot reliably predict when they will take place. A. Although B. clearly C. occur D. they will

12 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 11. As a young man, George Washington liked boating, to hunt, and fishing. A. man B. boating C. to hunt D. fishing 12. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operations. A. used B. adjustment C. correct D. industrial

13 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 11. As a young man, George Washington liked boating, to hunt, and fishing. A. man B. boating C. to hunt D. fishing 12. Computers are often used to control, adjustment, and correct complex industrial operations. A. used B. adjustment C. correct D. industrial

14 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 13.Eggs may be boiling in the shell, scrambled, fried, and cooked in countless other ways. A. boiling B. shell C. fried D. other 14.Many places of history, scientific, cultural,or scenic importance have been designated national monuments. A. history B. cultural C. scenic D. national

15 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 13.Eggs may be boiling in the shell, scrambled, fried, and cooked in countless other ways. A. boiling B. shell C. fried D. other 14.Many places of history, scientific, cultural,or scenic importance have been designated national monuments. A. history B. cultural C. scenic D. national

16 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 15. Paper may contain mineral, vegetables, or man-made fibers. A. Paper B. mineral C. vegetables D. man-made 16. Science requires the careful collect and organization of data. A. Science B. careful C. collect D. organization

17 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 15. Paper may contain mineral, vegetables, or man-made fibers. A. Paper B. mineral C. vegetables D. man-made 16. Science requires the careful collect and organization of data. A. Science B. careful C. collect D. organization

18 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 17.Minerals in seawater exists in the same proportions in all of the oceans of the world. A. Minerals in B. exists C. same proportions D. the oceans of the 18. Bowling, one of the most popular indoor sports, are popular all over the United States and in other countries. A. Bowling, one of B. most popular C. are D. United States and in other

19 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 17.Minerals in seawater exists in the same proportions in all of the oceans of the world. A. Minerals in B. exists C. same proportions D. the oceans of the 18. Bowling, one of the most popular indoor sports, are popular all over the United States and in other countries. A. Bowling, one of B. most popular C. are D. United States and in other

20 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 19.Medical students must to study both the theory and the practice of medicine. A. to study B. both C. theory D. medicine 20.The seal, like the sea lion and the walrus, is descendant of ancestors that once live on the land. A. like B. is C. descendant D. live

21 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 19.Medical students must to study both the theory and the practice of medicine. A. to study B. both C. theory D. medicine 20.The seal, like the sea lion and the walrus, is descendant of ancestors that once live on the land. A. like B. is C. descendant D. live

22 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 21.Jackrabbits have powerful rear legs that enable it to leap long distances. A. have B. rear legs C. enable it D. long distances 22. Some encyclopedias deal with specific fields, such as music or philosophy, and provide Informations only on subject. A. Some B. deal with C. such as music D. Informations

23 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 21.Jackrabbits have powerful rear legs that enable it to leap long distances. A. have B. rear legs C. enable it D. long distances 22. Some encyclopedias deal with specific fields, such as music or philosophy, and provide Informations only on subject. A. Some B. deal with C. such as music D. Informations

24 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 23. Goods such as flowers fresh and seafood are often shipped by air. A. Goods B. flowers fresh C. seafood D. shipped 24.Visitors to Vancouver often comment on how beautiful its setting is and on how clean is it. A. often comment B. on how beautiful C. its setting is D. on how clean is it

25 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 23. Goods such as flowers fresh and seafood are often shipped by air. A. Goods B. flowers fresh C. seafood D. shipped 24.Visitors to Vancouver often comment on how beautiful its setting is and on how clean is it. A. often comment B. on how beautiful C. its setting is D. on how clean is it

26 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 25.X rays have important applications, not only in medicine and in industry. A. have B. applications C. and D. in industry 26.Model airplanes can be guided both by control wires or by radio transmitters. A. can be B. both C. control wires D. or by

27 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 25.X rays have important applications, not only in medicine and in industry. A. have B. applications C. and D. in industry 26.Model airplanes can be guided both by control wires or by radio transmitters. A. can be B. both C. control wires D. or by

28 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 27.Not only rust corrodes the surface of metal, but it also weakens its internal structure. A. corrodes B. surface C. but it also D. structure 28. Please convey my best wish to your mother when you see her. A. please B convey C. wish D. see

29 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 27.Not only rust corrodes the surface of metal, but it also weakens its internal structure. A. corrodes B. surface C. but it also D. structure 28. Please convey my best wish to your mother when you see her. A. please B convey C. wish D. see

30 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 29. Unless you finish all your homework, you can watch television. A. you B. finish C. homework D. can 30. The contestant hitted the target with great accuracy. A. hitted B. target C. with D. accuracy

31 © 2013 wheresjenny.com 29. Unless you finish all your homework, you can watch television. A. you B. finish C. homework D. can 30. The contestant hitted the target with great accuracy. A. hitted B. target C. with D. accuracy


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