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(B) Although is a transition word that indicates a contrast. Choices (A), (C), and (D) add ideas.

(B) Although is a transition word that indicates a contrast. Choices (A), (C), and (D) add ideas.

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136. Last year was a year of

real progress, ….. our funds

had been cut.

(A) still

(B) although

(C) consequently

(D) additionally



137. There have been no

grievances ….. problems

reported in the last six

months.

(A) and

(B) also

(C) but

(D) or



(D) Or is a conjunction that

excludes both ideas. Choices

(A) and (B) add ideas. Choice

(C) indicates a contrast.



137. There have been no

grievances ….. problems

reported in the last six

months.

(A) and

(B) also

(C) but

(D) or



138. The reservation clerk had

him ….. his name twice.

(A) spell

(B) to spell

(C) spells

(D) spelled



(A) Causative had requires the

simple form of the following

verb spell when the subject

does not do the action. Choice

(B) is the infinitive. Choice (C)

is the present tense. Choice

(D) is the past tense.



138. The reservation clerk had

him ….. his name twice.

(A) spell

(B) to spell

(C) spells

(D) spelled



139. If we ….. her foresight,

our growth would have been

more difficult.

(A) has

(B) did not have

(C) had

(D) had not had



(D) A past unreal condition

uses the past perfect in the if

clause. Choice (A) is present

tense. Choice (B) is past tense

(negative). Choice (C) is past

tense.



139. If we ….. her foresight,

our growth would have been

more difficult.

(A) has

(B) did not have

(C) had

(D) had not had



140. The research director had

the department ….. a

thorough job in polling

potential customers.

(A) done

(B) do

(C) doing

(D) did



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