English Mcqs Practice Test
|The amount of people who have registered for this course is very high.|
|I thought that the books were their’s but I see now that I was mistaken.|
You drunk too much liquor before you drove home last night.
A. drunk B. too much
C. before D. drove
The most exciting part of the novel was when Mathilda rejected Count Vladimir.
A. exciting B. part
C. was when D. rejected
You didn’t leave none for the other workers.
A. didn’t leave B. none
C. for the D. other workers
You are liable to be selected to be the next chairperson of the department.
A. liable B. to be selected
C. chairperson D. department
With little work to occupy them the soldiers suffered from low moral.
A. little B. occupy them
C. suffered from D. low moral
For he to be re-elected, it is not essential that his policies work.
A. he B. re-elected
C. that D. work
The meeting went well, so I believe I have a reasonable good chance of success.
A. well B. so I
C. reasonable D. of success
You should not exceed to their unreasonable demands this time.
A. should B. exceed
C. unreasonable D. this time
There were at least three new innovations that the chairman suggested.
A. were B. new
C. innovations D. chairman
One should dress neatly, be prompt, and displaying interest in the job.
A. one B. dress
C. be prompt D. displaying
Illiteracy affects million of people worldwide.
A. Illiteracy B. affects
C. million D. worldwide
. The union insisted on an increase in their members’ starting pay.
A. the union B. insisted on
C. their D. members’
If the game went into extra innings, the relief pitcher would have won it.
A. went B. into
C. relief pitcher D. it
Hardly no one is able to compete in professional sports after the age of forty.
A. hardly no one B. to compete
C. professional sports D. age of forty
A person may study diligently, but without adequate sleep you con’t succeed.
A. diligently B. but without
C. you D. succeed.