This is a B2 question taken from an old English test paper. The student has an original sentence and is given a new word which they must use to create a new sentence–using between two and five words–...
Part of the TOEIC test is to describe pictures. So I’m picking random pictures and describing as many as possible. And my goal is to get a perfect score on TOEIC.
How can I describe this picture of an ...
A. She neither cares for gold nor silver
B. She cares neither for gold nor for silver.
C. She cares for neither gold nor silver.
The given answer is A.
Does the same part of speech is required after &...
I am sorry _________________
A. for keeping you waiting
B. to keep you waiting
C. for keep you waiting
The given answer is B. (to keep you waiting)
Does infinitive is required after sorry? Why is A ...
A. Government immediately took action after the unexpected tragedy.
B. Government took action after the unexpected tragedy immediately.
C. Immediately the Government took action after the unexpected ...
Universities have historically offered a wide variety of continuing education classes, some of ______ are now offered over the Internet as well as in traditional classrooms.
The choices are:
I appreciate her regularly/regularity in her studies.
The given answer is regularity.
Regularity is a noun, and regularly is an adverb.
Is regularity used since a noun should come after a possessive ...
The plane was crashed and the passengers _________
perished (OR) were perished
The given answer is perished.
According to my understanding, Since and is a conjunction, it connects passive voice with ...
I was happy ________ the appointment.
A. to accept
B. to be accepting
C. to have accepted
The given answer is to accept
Whether an infinitive should follow the adjective happy?
Why are ...
Recently, I came across a question that asks whether a given sentence is correct. If not, we're required to select an option that corrects the error.
Question: Having given birth to six kittens, my ...
Could you complete the sentence and explain? I don't know the correct answer. I encountered this question at the British Council test but they did not provide any answer end of the test.
Last year, ...
Here's a reading test that I did the other day:
Dear Mr. Prosser,
The information that you requested about changes to the hunting permit scheme has been enclosed. Please note that each permit must be ...
I am so ______ with your report. Surely, you can do better. (SATISFY)
I'm just wondering which one is correct to use in this sentence above, satisfied or dissatisfied?
Firstly, I answered 'satisfied'....