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Row 1, Col 1 Those a. book is b. books are c. books is expensive. b. books are
1,2 Are you hungry? Yes, a. I'm b. I'm not c. I am c. I am
1,3 While the cat a. was sitting b. sat c. has sat on Monique's lap, it fell asleep. a. was sitting
1,4 I a. didn’t see b.saw c. haven’t seen any good movies recently. Have you? c. haven’t seen
1,5 b. slept I ___________ a.was slept b. slept c. has slept for seven hours last night.
2,1 The western United States a.is growing b.has grown c. had been growing faster than other areas of the country in the past 15 years. b.has grown
2,2 Right now I a. carried b.am carrying c.carry my cell phone in my pocket. b.am carrying
2,3 Leila a.has written b.was writing c. wrote two novels so far. a.has written
2,4 Maurice a.coaches b.has coached c.will be coaching two soccer teams next season. c.will be coaching
2,5 I ___________________ a.have stopped b. have been stopping c. stopped chewing gum three years ago. c. stopped
3,1 When the mail carrier came to the door, I a.took b. was taking c.have taken a bath. b. was taking
3,2 I a.didn’t see b. saw c.haven’t seen any good movies recently. Have you? c.haven’t seen
3,3 Thank you for a.take b.took c.taking me to the game yesterday. c.taking
3,4 If I a.was b. were c. had been you, I would get some rest. b. were
3,5 When I came to this city, I _____________ a.haven’t known b. didn’t know c. didn’t knew anyone. b. didn’t know
4,1 I am looking for the person a.which b.whose c.that broke the flower vase. c.that
4,2 I a.did never rode b.have never ridden c. didn’t never rode a horse. b.have never ridden
4,3 I live a.on b. in c.at 33 Main Street. c.at
4,4 You like cookies, a. aren’t you? b. didn’t you? c. don’t you? c. don’t you?
4,5 I live ____________ a.in b. at c.on Main Street. c.on
1. I will ________back to Brazil next summer, but I am in the US now. a. come b. be c. go 5,1
2. She sometimes _______. a. crys b. cry c. cries 5,2
3. I am not good _________dancing. a. at b. with c. in a. at 5,3
4. _______________ a noise outside last night? a. Have you heard b. Did you hear c. Did you heard b. Did you hear 5,4
5. My dream is _____________ the lottery. a. win b. to win c. being winner b. to win 5,5
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