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Choose the letter of the underlined word or group of words that is not correct.D 5. TheA waters of theB Chattahoochee RiverC fillsD Lake Lanier.B 6.The first set of false teethA similar to those in use today itB wasC madeD in France in the 1780s.B 7. The term Yankee wasA originally a nickname for people from New England, but now anyone from the United States areB referredC to asD a Yankee.A 8. A network of small arteries, mostly sandwichedA between the skin and the underlyingB muscles, supplyC bloodD to the face and scalp.C 9. Mesquite isA a smallB tree in the Southwest whoC can withstandD the severest drought.D 10. At the endA of the Revolution, most of the army units of the young nation wasB almost entirely disbandedC, leavingD a total national military force of eighty men in 1784.EXERCISE 14: Each of the following sentences contains words or groups of words that should be parallel. Circle the word that indicates that the sentence should have parallel parts. Underline the parts that should be parallel. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).I 1. The pastries in that shop are very expensive but quite deliciously.C 2. You can find some change to buy a paper in the drawer, on top of the dresser, or in the jar.C 3. The living room was decorated with expensive paintings and elegance lamps.C 4.He knew that the financial problems were serious, that the situation was not going to improve, and that he needed to get a job.C 5. All day long during the trip to the mountain, they were skiing, sledding, or played in the snow.C 6. The car needs new tires but not a new engine.C 7. He stops working when he gets too tired to continue or when he has finished.C 8. To get to the office, you should go through this door, turn to the left, and continuation down the hall.C 9. For dessert we could serve lemon pie, fruit tarts, chocolate cake, or butter cookies.I 10. The sick child needs some medicine, some juice, and to rest.EXERCISE 15: Each of the following sentences contains words or groups of words that should be parallel. Circle the words that indicate that the sentence should have parallel parts. Underline the parts that should be parallel. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).I 1. He either lied or telling an unbelievable story.C 2. The music at the concert was neither well played nor well liked.I 3. He regularly studies both in the morning or in the evening.C 4. The play that we saw last night was not only rather delightful but also quite meaningful.C 5. He married her neither for her ability to cook nor her ability to clean house.I 6. The discussion was both exciting and interest.C 7. He withdrew all the money not only from the checking account but also from the savings account.I 8. Neither the teacher or the students are ready to leave the classroom.I 9. You can meet with me either in the next few minutes or at 4:00.I 10. John is an adventurous person who enjoys not only skydiving but also goes parasailing.EXERCISE (Skills 14-15): Each of the following sentences contains words or groups of words that should be parallel. Circle the word that indicates that the sentence should have parallel parts. Underline the parts that should be parallel. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).C 1. The advertisements appeared in the newspaper and on the radio.I 2. She is trained as both an accountant and in nursing.I 3. We can take either my car or yours to the party.C 4. The coffee is too hot, too bitter, and too strength.C 5. He not only passed the test but also receiving the highest score in the class.I 6. Your ideas are neither more important or less important than the ideas of the others.I 7. The meeting lasted only an hour but still seeming too long.C 8. The novel was both emotional and description.C 9. Either the counselor or her secretary can help you with that problem.C 10. The leaves from the tree fell in the yard, in the pool, the driveway, and on the sidewalk.TOEFL EXERCISE (Skills 14-15): Choose the letter of the underlined word or group of words that is not correct.C 1. Ballpoint pens areA less versatile butB more populationC than fountain pensD.D 2. Riddles varyA greatlyB in both grammatical and phonologyC formD.B 3. Blood pressure is measuredA by feeling the pulse and applyB a forceC to the armD.D 4. The Moon hasA no atmosphere, no airB, andC no wateryD.C 5. The first matchesA wereB too hard to ignite, a messC, or too dangerouslyD easy to ignite.B 6. A 1971 U.S. governmentA policy not only put warnings on cigarette packsB but also banningC television advertisingD of cigarettes.B 7. DemandA, beauty, durability, rareB, and perfection of cutting determineC the valueD of a gemstone.D 8. The Harvard Yard, whichA was Harvards originalB campus, is still a majorC attraction for both students and visitingD.D 9. InA 1862, the American Confederacy raisedB the Merrimack, renamed it Virginia, covered it with iron platesC, and an outfitD it with ten guns.D 10. The liquid crystals in a liquid crystal displayA (LCD) affectB the polarizedC light so that it is either blocked andD reflected by the segments of the display.TOEFL REVIEW EXERCISE (Skills 1-15): Choose the letter of the underlined word or group of words that best completes the sentence.1. Most cells in multicelled organisms perform specialized functions.(A) specialize(B) specialized(C) they specialize(D) specialization2. The big island of Hawaii, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, was created by five volcanoes.(A) creation(B) it was created(C) creating(D) was created3. The Sun uses up over four million tons of hydrogen per second, but it still has enough hydrogen to last for the next five billion years.(A) it does not(B) it(C) but it(D) to it4. For Katherine L. Bates, who reached the top of Pikes Peak in 1893, the view provided the inspiration for her hymn America the Beautiful.(A) reached(B) she reached(C) reaching(D) she was reachingChoose the letter of the underlined word or group of words that is not correct.C 5. Coal, petroleum, andA natural gaseousB are allC fossil fuelsD.C 6. The mass of neutron starsA generally rangeB from one-tenth to twiceC the massD of the Sun.D 7. Grasses growA in waysB that help them to surviveC being nibbled, chillyD, or dried.A 8. Most of Hemingways novels glorifiesA heroic exploitsB such as bullfightingC or boxingD.D 9. Paleographers studyA ancient and medievalB handwriting in order to establishC not only its age andD also its background.C 10. The sounds producedA by bullfrogs and toads varyB greatly because each species haveC its own particular callD.EXERCISE 16: Each of the following sentences contains a verb formed with have. Underline the verbs twice. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).I 1. We have already hearing the good news.C 2. She has ridden her bicycle to school every day.I 3. I have always believe you.I 4. He has find the missing car keys.C 5. They have put their money in a savings account.C 6. Their parents have allowed them to stay up late.I 7. She has never ran away from home before.I 8. Have you ever saw a ghost?C 9. They have taken three tests already this weeks.I 10. He has offer me a high-paying job.EXERCISE 17: Each of the following sentences contains a verb formed with be. Underline the verbs twice. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).I 1. She was study the textbooks all night long.C 2. The pie was cut into six equal pieces.I 3. Today the teacher is allow the students to leave class a few minutes early.I 4. The class is teach every other semester.I 5. Tom is bringing some drinks to the party.C 6. The sick child was taken to see a doctor.I 7. The children are swim in the backyard pool.I 8. The diamond jewelry is always keep in a safe place.I 9. The teacher is preparing a difficult exam for the students.C 10. Dinner is served from 6:00 to 8:00.EXERCISE 18: Each of the following sentences contains a verb formed with a modal. Underline the verbs twice. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).C 1. You should try to respond politely.I 2. Everyone must leaves the room immediately.I 3. I could sat on the beach for hours.I 4. She will asking you many difficult questions.C 5. You can look at the book, but you cannot borrow it.I 6. He may lies to you because he is not very truthful.I 7. He knew that he would forgot the phone number.I 8. The weatherman said that it might snowing tonight.I 9. Perhaps we could bought a new car this year.C 10. This course will satisfy the graduation requirement.EXERCISE (Skills 16-18): Each of the following sentences contains a verb formed with several parts. Underline the verbs twice. Then indicate if the sentences are correct (C) or incorrect (I).I 1. We have became good friends in the last year.I 2. Your name will be list in the new directory.I 3. The new movie is receive good reviews.I 4. She must have feel sorry about her bad behavior.C 5. They have always given their family many presents.C 6. We may be taking a vacation next week.I 7. We could have taking a vacation last week.I 8. The package might had been deliver by an express mail service.I 9. I have not wrote very many letters to my friends.I 10. The car should not have be drive anymore yesterdayTOEFL EXERCISE (Skills 16-18): Choose the letter of the underlined word or group of words that is not correct.D 1. By the 1920s, manyA radio transmittersB hadC been buildD.C 2. FishA farmingB has roseC in the United States in recentD years.D 3. In areasA of volcanic activity, beach sandB may containsC dark minerals and littleD quartz.A 4. Cro-Magnon man was namesA after the cavesB in southwest France where the first remainsC were discoveredD.D 5. Lassie, the famous collie who madeA her first screenB appearance in 1943, has always beC playedD by a male dog.D 6. A blue bigwig lizard stakesA out a territoryB and w