Test: Subject Verb Basic


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QUESTION: 1

The grooved and barbed spears of the box jellyfish, each trailed by a poison thread, is released when the animal is threatened. 

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QUESTION: 2

The regularly scheduled conference between my tutor and me is set for Friday, but my low grades in English requires me to arrange an earlier meeting. 

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QUESTION: 3

There is many challenges associated with starting a new business.

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QUESTION: 4

Although the exact cause of increasing weight is unknown, experts say that for most people improper diet and lack of exercise contributes to the onset of weight.

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QUESTION: 5

Although the development team is fully staffed, the managers always holds us responsible for that team’s work if it not finished. 

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QUESTION: 6

Vincent Ryder’s novel The Fastest features a character whose obsession with saving time and money are absurd, yet somehow plausible.

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QUESTION: 7

Adam’s seemingly effortless success, achieved through the use of sophisticated technical equipment, continues to delight his friends

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QUESTION: 8

Investigations along the Solo river in Indonesia have led some archeologists to debunk the idea of an era in which Homo Erectus had still survived in then Homo Sapiens' inhabited areas.

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Creating a filter: in this question, the construction "in which" may stand out. The answer choices show that "in which" and "when" are alternatives we must choose between. Both phrases, "in which" and "when," convey meaning accurately here. More of a problem is the phrase "in then Homo Sapiens' inhabited areas," an awkward string of words.

Applying the filter: (B) looks better and clear. Choice (C) has strange phrasing that leaves us uncertain whether the two groups are in the same area, as the sentence intends to say. Choice (D) has the same problem as (A). Choice (E) distorts the meaning of the sentence; the intended meaning isn't that any areas belonged to Homo Sapiens; we're talking about cohabitation. The correct answer is (B).

QUESTION: 9

Railways close to highly populated areas poses challenges to navigate that differ greatly from those posed by the railways in open areas. 

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QUESTION: 10

Monkey psychology, a science that investigates the reasons for the behavior of monkeys, help trainers both motivate their charges and prevent problems.

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QUESTION: 11

The main reasons politicians give for failing to fulfill their promises is that they have demanding jobs and work at their business entities. 

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QUESTION: 12

Even though only parts of the portraits may be recovered, these portraits are invaluable to the archaeologist because it is virtually indestructible. 

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QUESTION: 13

Also supported by the commission was the proposed hospitals and the proposed center to distribute medicines

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QUESTION: 14

Also supported by the commission was the proposed hospital and the proposed center to distribute medicines.

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QUESTION: 15

The harmful effects of smoking on the respiratory system is increasingly well documented. 

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