TOEFL Structre Test 1
Nama / NPM
1. Both nickel and iron are whitish metals ___.
A. that are attracted by magnets
B. that magnets are attracted by them
C. are attracted by magnets
D. magnets that attract them
2. ___ red clover, high in protein content, is an extremely important leguminous hay and pasture plant of the eastern United States.
B. There us the
C. It is the
D. That the
3. Since Tampa has a mild winter climate, _____ as a tourist resort.
A. popular it
B. that as popular
D. it is popular
4. Helium is ___ all gases to liquefy and is impossible to solidify at normal air pressure.
A. more than difficult
B. the most difficult of
C. more difficult of
D. most difficult
5. Overexposure to the sun causes ________ health problems.
6. Anthony Burgess is not only a successful novelist, ________ an expert linguist.
A. and therefore
C. but also
D. and also
7. The manager was angry because somebody ________
A. had allowed the photographers to enter the building
B. had let the photographers to enter into the building
C. permitting the photographers enter the building
D. the photographers let into the building without the proper documentations
8. It is only recently that ballets have been based on themes ________ American life.
C. is reflecting
9. ________ four major championships on the professional golf tour.
A. They are
C. In all
D. There are
10. Having been selected to represent the Association of American Engineers at the International Convention, ________.
A. the members applauded him
B. he gave a short acceptance speech
C. a speech had to be given by him
D. the members congratulated him
11. The FDA was set up in 1940 ________ that maintain standards for the sale of food and drugs.
A. to enforce the laws
B. to enforcing the laws
C. enforcing laws
D. enforced the laws
12. Not until a monkey is several years old ________ to exhibit signs of independence from its mother.
A. it begins
B. does it begin
C. and begin
13. Unlike most Europeans, many Americans ________ bacon and eggs for breakfast every day.
A. used to eating
B. are used to eat
C. are used to eating
D. used to eat
14. Between the California Coast Range and the Sierra Nevada ________.
A. great Central Valley
B. the great Central Valley
C. being the great Central Valley
D. lies the great Central Valley
15. The year 1732 saw the first appearance of Poor Richard's Almanac, ________ Benjamin Franklin created the character of Poor Richard.
B. in which
C. in it
D. which in
16. Blue-green algae are found ________ there is ample moisture.
B. ever where
D. there ever
17. ________ fall naturally into two classes, which can be further subdivided into several subclasses.
A. There are vitamins
B. Vitamins that
D. After vitamins
18. The financial manager's job ________ among the many sources of finance for the best interest rates available.
A. to shop around is
B. to shop around it is
C. is it to shop around
D. is to shop around
19. The attorney told his client that ________.
A. they had little chance of winning the case
B. the case was of a small chance to win
C. it was nearly impossible to win him the case
D. the case had a minimum chance to be won by him
20. A hero of the war of 1812, ________ President of the United States.
A. Andrew Jackson later became
B. that Andrew Jackson later became
C. who was Andrew Jackson
D. later became Andrew Jackson
21. Rocks can be broken apart by water that seeps into the cracks and freeze in low temperatures. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. broken apart
22. Columbus, Ohio, the capital of the state, are not only the largest city in Ohio but also a typical metropolitan area, often used in market research. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
B. the largest
C. but also
23. Although maple trees are among the most colorful varieties in the fall, they lose its leaves sooner than oak trees. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
B. in the fall
D. sooner than
24. The teacher told the students to don't discuss the take-home exam with each other. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
B. to don't
D. with each other
25. Because she didn't like shop very much, she did most of it with her personal computer. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
26. Knowledges about cultures provides insights into the learned behaviors of groups. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
B. insights into
27. Some people think that the desire to wear sunglasses are more a need to impress than to protect the eyes. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
C. than to
28. Those of us who have a family history of heart disease should make yearly appointments with their doctors. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
B. should make
29. If Robert Kennedy would have lived a little longer, he probably would have won the election. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. would have lived
B. a little longer
30. Excavations in several mounds and villages on the east bank of the Euphrates River have revealed the city of Nebuchadnezzar, an ancient community that had been laying under later reconstructions of the city of Babylon. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. on the east bank
B. have revealed
C. had been laying
31. Aluminum has a hard imperious coasting which protects the metal from corrode. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
32. After learned to print, elementary school children learn cursive writing. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
33. Studies of job satisfaction are unreliable because there is so many variables and because the admission of dissatisfaction may be viewed as a personal failure. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
D. may be viewed
34. Computers have made access to information instantly available just by push a few buttons. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
C. instantly available
D. by push
35. Latex rubber is made from a milky substantial in plants and trees of the sapodilla family. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. made from
D. trees of
36. Fishing have been found to contain a particular type of fat that may help lower blood cholesterol levels. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
B. to contain
37. When caterpillars are fully-grown, they attach themselves to a leave or twig and form a shell around itself called a cocoon. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. are fully-grown
B. to a leave or twig
C. around itself
38. In experiments with large numbers of animals crowded in small cages, some have not been affected, but the rest of have shown all of the symptoms associated with stress and mental illness. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. large numbers
B. the rest of
C. have shown
D. all of the symptoms
39. The athlete, together with his coach and several relatives, are traveling to the Olympic Games. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
C. his coach
40. Luther Burbank earned the funds to go west by sale his new ideas about growing potatoes. (Find incorrect words or phrases!)
A. the funds
B. go west
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