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(C) Crops (vegetables or fruit)

are raised (cultivated). Choice

(A), grown up, means “become

adult” and is used for children

or young animals. Choice (B),

increased, means “made or

become more.” Choice (D),

enlarged, means “made larger,



109. Because of the mild

climate and rich soil, a wide

variety of crops can be ….. in

this region.

(A) grown up

(B) increased

(C) raised

(D) enlarged



110. ….. she has worked very

hard during the past year, Ms.

Gomez has still failed to get a

promotion.

(A) Although

(B) Because

(C) So

(D) In spite of



(A) The subordinate conjunction although

is used when the idea of the sentence is the

opposite of what you would expect to hear

or read, and it fits this idea. Choice (B),

because, explains why something has

happened and does not make sense in this

context. Choice (C), so, works like because.

In addition, it cannot be used at the

beginning of the sentence with this

meaning. Choice (D), in spite of requires a

gerund phrase after it because of the

preposition: In spite of her working.



110. ….. she has worked very

hard during the past year, Ms.

Gomez has still failed to get a

promotion.

(A) Although

(B) Because

(C) So

(D) In spite of



111. The new advertising

campaign resulted … in a

large increase in sales.

(A) surprised

(B) surprisingly

(C) surprise

(D) surprises



(B) An adverb is used to

describe an adjective. Choice

(A) is a past participle

adjective. Choice (C) is the

basic verb form. Choice (D) is

the simple present.



111. The new advertising

campaign resulted … in a

large increase in sales.

(A) surprised

(B) surprisingly

(C) surprise

(D) surprises



112. A fine will be charged for

all materials that are returned

to the library ….. the due

date.

(A) past

(B) over

(C) later

(D) above



(A) Past means “after” and fits

the idea of this sentence. Choice

(B), over, means “during” with

time phrases and does not make

sense in this context. Choice (C),

later, could work with the

preposition than. Choice (D),

above, does not make sense in

this context.



112. A fine will be charged for

all materials that are returned

to the library ….. the due

date.

(A) past

(B) over

(C) later

(D) above



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