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Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 1

Choose the appropriate word or word phrase to complete the sentences. 
1. Supposedly, digital voice discs, or DVDs as they are called, are ---- resistant to scratching ---- records.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 1

To complete the sentence, we need to choose the appropriate word or word phrase that shows a comparison between the resistance to scratching of digital voice discs (DVDs) and records.
The correct answer is option D: far more / than.
Explanation:
- The word "resistant" indicates a comparison of resistance to scratching between two objects.
- The word "than" is used to indicate a comparison between two things.
- The phrase "far more" emphasizes a significant difference in resistance.
Therefore, option D is the most suitable choice for completing the sentence.
Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 2

I don't have ---- much time for reading ---- I would like to.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 2

The correct way representing this as a proper sentence would be as:
I don't have nearly "as" much time for reading "as" i would like to.
 

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 3

English is today the third ---- native language worldwide after Chinese and Hindi, with some 380 million speakers.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 3

English is the largest language by number of speakers, and the third most-spoken native language in the world, after Standard Chinese and Spanish.

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 4

My students' sleepless nights became ---- as the finals approached.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 4

 "My students' sleepless nights became more frequent as the finals approached.

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 5

It is often said that the hyena is an aggressive animal, but in fact it is not ---- many people believe.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 5

The correct answer is D) so vicious as. This is because A, B, C, and E do not grammatically make sense in the sentence, and do not sound right if you say it out loud.

It is often said that the hyena is an aggressive animal, but in fact it is not so vicious as many people believe.

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 6

The cupboard was ---- big ---- fit through the door, so we had to take it apart first.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 6

The cupboard was too big to fit through the door, so we had to take it apart first.

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 7

The roots of the old tree spread out ---- thirty meters in all directions and damaged nearby buildings.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 7

To find the correct answer in this sentence completion question, we need to identify the appropriate phrase that will complete the sentence logically and grammatically. Let's analyze the given options:
A:

too much


This option does not fit in the context of the sentence. "Too much" implies an excessive amount, which does not make sense when describing the spreading of tree roots.
B:

as much as


This option is the correct answer. "As much as" is used to compare quantities or measurements, indicating that the tree roots spread out in the same extent or distance in all directions.
C:

so much


This option is not suitable in this context. "So much" is used to express a high degree or quantity, which does not convey the intended meaning of the sentence.
D:

so many as


This option is grammatically incorrect because it uses "so many" to refer to the spreading of tree roots. Trees do not have a quantifiable number of roots, so this option is not appropriate.
E:

much more


This option does not fit the context of the sentence. "Much more" implies a greater amount or quantity, which is not necessary to describe the spreading of tree roots.
Therefore, the correct answer is B: as much as, indicating that the roots of the old tree spread out in the same extent or distance in all directions.
Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 8

According to the recent election's results, the Democrats are ---- of the four main political parties.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 8

As the democrats are the smaller aming the four main political parties; so we will use "the smallest".

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 9

Ever since the use of natural gas became widespread, London isn't ---- a polluted city ---- it was ten years ago.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 9

Ever since the use of natural gas became widespread, London isn't such a polluted city as it was ten years ago.

Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 10

The plot of the novel was ---- it was completely incomprehensible.

Detailed Solution for Adjectives/Adverbs - Test (MCQ) - Question 10

The plot of novel was so complicated that it was completely incomprehensible .

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