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(A) Still can precede a negative form. Choices (B), (C), and (D) are adverbs that cannot precede negative forms.

(A) Still can precede a negative form. Choices (B), (C), and (D) are adverbs that cannot precede negative forms.

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107. The secretary typed up

the monthly report, but it …..

isn’t correct.

(A) still

(B) anymore

(C) already

(D) yet



108. Mrs. Flaubert ….. all of

her work by 9:00 P.M. tonight.

(A) has finished

(B) is finishing

(C) will have finished

(D) has been finishing



(C) Will have finished suggests an

action that will be completed at a

future time. Choice (A) suggests that

the work was started in the past and

completed in the present. Choice (B)

suggests an action continuing in the

present. Choice (D) suggests an

action started in the past and

continuing in the present.



108. Mrs. Flaubert ….. all of

her work by 9:00 P.M. tonight.

(A) has finished

(B) is finishing

(C) will have finished

(D) has been finishing



109. The director had her

assistant ….. some sandwiches

for the meeting.

(A) pick up

(B) picks up

(C) picked up

(D) picking up



(A) The causative verb had

requires the simple form of

the verb pick up. Choice (B) is

the present tense. Choice (C)

is the past tense. Choice (D) is

the gerund.



109. The director had her

assistant ….. some sandwiches

for the meeting.

(A) pick up

(B) picks up

(C) picked up

(D) picking up



110. Dr. Kozinsky got sick …..

the opera.

(A) while

(B) for

(C) during

(D) by



(C) During is a preposition

meaning at the same time.

Choice (A) is not possible

because while must be

followed by a subject and a

verb. Choices (B) and (D) are

prepositions but are not

logical in the sentence.



110. Dr. Kozinsky got sick …..

the opera.

(A) while

(B) for

(C) during

(D) by



111. Applicants’ replies should

be sent by fax, mail, ….. email.

(A) but

(B) however

(C) or

(D) yet



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(A) Still can precede a negative form. Choices (B), (C), and (D) are adverbs that cannot precede negative forms.

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