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How much (A) of the diners (B) who ate the meat actually (C) became ill (D)?

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(A) Countable nouns like

diners use the countable form

many. Choice (B) is a correct

noun. Choice (C) is a correct

adverb. Choice (D) is a correct

adjective.



142. How much (A) of the

diners (B) who ate the meat

actually (C) became ill (D)?



143. We are (A) not permitted

enter (B) the factory after (C)

6 P.M. without authorization

(D).



(B) The infinitive to is needed

after permit: permitted to enter.

Choice (A) is a correct subject

+ verb. Choice (C) is a correct

preposition. Choice (D) is a

correct noun.



143. We are (A) not permitted

enter (B) the factory after (C)

6 P.M. without authorization

(D).



144. The cancelled (A) concert

was rescheduled (B) to more

later (C) in the (D) week.



(C) Later is already a

comparative form. More is not

required. Choice (A) is a

correct past participle used as

an adjective. Choice (B) is a

correct verb. Choice (D) is a

correct article.



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