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It’s getting (A) late (B) I think it’s time (C) that we will leave (D).

It’s getting (A) late (B) I think it’s time (C) that we will leave (D).

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(D) Causative adverbs are

followed by the simple form of

the verb: It’s time that we

leave. Choice (A) is a correct

verb. Choice (B) is a correct

adverb. Choice (C) is a correct

clause.



142. It’s getting (A) late (B) I

think it’s time (C) that we will

leave (D).



143. HanCo., in keeping (A)

with its new management (B)

philosophy, has decided

allowing (C) employees more

flexible (D) working hours.



(C) The causative verb decide

is followed by the infinitive:

has decided to allow more

flexible working hours. Choice

(A) is a correct prepositional

phrase. Choice (B) is a correct

noun. Choice (D) is a correct

adjective phrase.



143. HanCo., in keeping (A)

with its new management (B)

philosophy, has decided

allowing (C) employees more

flexible (D) working hours.



144. His excellent physical (A)

health is the result of (B) he

swims (C) two miles every day

(D).



(C) Result of must be followed

by a noun form, not a clause:

the result of swimming. Choice

(A) is a correct adjective.

Choice (B) is a correct noun

plus preposition. Choice (D) is

a correct time phrase.



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