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GRAMMAR TEST – 104

1-.......... few people were able to read, the development of writing was essential to the rise of civilization.
A) If only
B) Provided
C) So that
D) Although
E) Unless

2- .......... they were under Carol's influence, they could finally began to trust their own judgment.
A) Despite
B) Unless
C) So that
D) Even if
E) As if

3- For the first time literary genius appeared to be finding its most natural expression in prose fiction,.......... than in poem or drama.
A) here
B) rather
C) secondly
D) where
E) very

4- The critical sense of many of the great Victorians-at least as far as opinions were concerned- inevitably involved enquiries of religion as .......... as of society or politics.
A) how
B) when
C) much
D) very
E) certainly

5- Indeed, we have unfortunately ho contemporary authorities for Swedish and Danish history............... the tenth century.
A) over
B) before
C) then
D) once
E) when

6- I comprehend ............ you insist on them.
A) why
B) unless
C) despite
D) so E) because of
7- Some scholars have gone.......... further than this in their analysis of the poetry
A) how
B) early
C) over
D) much
E) late

8- It is .......... to be doubted, however, whether or not any substantial result has been obtained from these investigations into the "inner history" of the poem.
A) badly
B) very
C) much
D) so
E) near

9- We have noticed above that, according to a theory that has .......... in its favour, epics are derived from "mixed" pieces.
A) near
B) over
C) late
D) much
E) up

10- It were accustomed to use the term "Saxons" as a general name for the Germanic inhabitants of America .............. the Norman conquest.
A) easily
B) rather
C) before
D) twice
E) over

11- We should have to be content with a................ less precise decision
A) three times
B) much
C) secondly
D) easy
E) certainly






12- Finished ......... 1804, it may have been revised after she recovered the manuscript in 1817.
A) how
B) certainly
C) before
D) why
E) once

13- The work is .......... very light, and bright, and sparkling; it wants shade; it wants to be stretched out here and there with a long chapter of sense.
A) when
B) where
C) twice
D) rather
E) late

14- Milo does not "meditate himself .......... our eyes as, in different ways, do Fielding and Lamb and Thackeray.
A) that
B) since
C) before
D) once
E) enough

15- Jim feels it is only a matter of time .......... his though crimes are detected.
A) badly
B) here
C) so
D) before
E) surely

16- Morris returns home and writes a couple more minutes ............. going back to work.
A) badly
B) before
C) very
D) much
E) then

17- The language is easy to perceive, it has not really changed........ over time.
A) since
B) near
C) much
D) very
E) then

18- Joseph thinks about how .......... power the Party has over all information.
A) much
B) near
C) three times
D) well
E) above



19- They go for a month without seeing each other however whenever they can .......... and after.
A) how
B) wisely
C) before
D) easily
E) above

20- Because of the increased workload he and Joanna do not meet as .......... but they look at things from the past.
A) above
B) much
C) certainly
D) since
E) when

21- Zeruya dreams of her mother again and the hunger and awful conditions there were .......... the disappearance.
A) easily
B) wisely
C) too
D) before
E) below

22- So as to acquire a language takes too ........ time.
A) very
B) much
C) once
D) how
E) why

23- Peake enters the room without his disguise, looking .......... younger.
A) much
B) once
C) near
D) how
E) up

24- As a teacher interested in having my pupils get as.......... possible from reading such a classic.
A) before
B) where
C) up
D) much
E) easily

25- Our pioneers have gone .......... us, and demolished and laid every thing level at our feet.
A) where
B) too
C) wisely
D) before
E) why
 

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