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A.

Subject – Verb Agreement


1. One attraction of this potential job is its offer of unlimited _______ for all employees.
(A) children care
(B) cared for children
(C) caring for children
(D) childcare
2. I believe that business success is _________ to not only what you do but also how
you do it.
(A) an attribute
(B) that attribute
(C) what an attribute
(D) attributable
3. The newspaper article attributed K-Mart's _______ to the changing demographics of
the suburban shopper.
(A) decline
(B) declension
(C) declining
(D) declined
4. Rather than implement immediate layoffs, the company has decided to reduce its
_______ through attrition.
(A) working force
(B) force of work
(C) work force
(D) force work
5. As usual, the audience was captivated by the speaker's ideas for a _______ business
organization.
(A) to revitalize
(B) revitalization
(C) revitalized
(D) revitalize
B. Gerund and Infinitive
1. I likea …...... to charities. It makes me feel good about myself.
a. gives
b. give
c. giving
d. gave
2. I have …...... my house. It’s so outdated.
a. to renovate
b. renovating
c. renovates
d. renovate
3. I hope......around the world one day.
a. sails
b. to sail
c. sailing
d. sailed
4. She shouldn’t have….. him names. She is really mean at times.
a. calls
b. calling
c. to call
d. called
5. You ought….. ashamed of your self. You should never hurt an animal!
a. being
b. to be
c. be
d. was
C. Dependent Preposition
1. This company has been heavily involved………charitable work since 2012.
(A) at
(B) in
(C) over
(D) on
2. Sebastian is someone who I have always felt able to rely ………in times of trouble.
(A) at
(B) by
(C) in
(D) on
3. We are very proud ……………the fact that our design team has won an award for
innovation.
(A) at
(B) by
(C) of
(D) about
4. . The mayor was blamed ……………the poor enforcement of security regulations.
(A) with
(B) to
(C) on
(D) for
5. Replacing the outdated machinery has resulted …………a loss for the last quarter.
(A) in
(B) for
(C) at
(D) with
D. Comparative Sulperlative

1. Her Computer is the _________ (new).


2. Those glasses are the _________(nice) in the store.
3. She is the ________ (old) person I her family.
4. Mr. Kendrick is the _______ (good) teacher in the school.
5. These oranges are the ______ (sweet) type of orange.
E. Word Choice

Word Choice (VERBS)

1. I’m sorry to be late for the meeting, but my new secretary………………… to tell me
you had scheduled it earlier.
(A) decided
(B) neglected
(C) refused
(D) thought
2. When you get to our main entrance, …………………a left as you enter the parking
lot.
(A) make
(B) turn
(C) do
(D) throw
3. It’s a company custom to…………………to work in casual clothes on Fridays.
(A) come
(B) be
(C) dress
(D) attend
4. If you’re…………………. Ms. Rogers, you’ll find her in the board room.
(A) looking to
(B) looking at
(C) looking for
(D) looking into.
5. Most of us in this office…………………lunch at noon.
(A) make
(B) have
(C) bring
(D) go

Word Choice(NOUNS)

1. Has anybody seen the ………………..of toner that just arrived for the copy machine?
(A) bags
(B) envelopes
(C) cans
(D) boxes
2. There is a three-month probation ……………….for all new employees .
(A) timing
(B) era
(C) period
(D) sequence
3. To call another company or other places,press 9 for an outside ……………….
(A) line
(B) lane
(C) land
(D) lining
4. Your business card should have your contact ……………….
(A) information
(B) report
(C) announcement
(D) figures
5. Tariffs are set by our federal ……………….Department
(A) Business
(B) Negotiation
(C) Commerce
(D) Deal

WORD CHOICE(ADVERBS)

1. The company ……………..accepts your resignation.


(A) practically
(B) sadly
(C) stoically
(D) righteously
2. A1 can copy documents so ……………..that yo u can’t tell the original from the
copy.
(A) intensely
(B) directly ^
(C) acutely
(D) skillfully
3. We’ve sold ……………..twice the amount of giftware this quarter than a year ago.
(A) roughly
(B) justly
(C) nicely
(D) equally
4. You……………..wouldn’ t object to a pay increase,would you?
(A) happily
(B) obviously
(C) notably
(D) casually
5. …………….I’m so tired that I don’ t care if we’re not offered any overtime.
(A) Naturally
(B) Critically
(C) Frankly
(D) Bluntly

WORD CHOICE(ADJECTIVES)
1. Did you know that in Western culture it can be…………………
considered to stare at somebody?
(A) assertive
(B) rude
(C) silly
(D) funny
2. I still think that giving a presentation in front of man y strangers is…………………
(A) energetic
(B) tepid
(C) scary
(D) famous
3. The new filing clerk’s smile and cute way of speaking are
completely…………………
(A) lovable
(B) loving
(C) beloved
(D) loved
4. It wa s not………………… to wear a T-shirt and jeans to the boss’ s retirement
party.
(A) restful
(B) appropriate
(C) exciting
(D) friendly
5. If w e don’ t meet those deadlines, we’re going to be in …………………trouble.
(A) heavy
(B) big
(C) large
(D) great

F. Word Form
WORD FORM(adjectives)]
1. All staff members are ………………… for the accuracy
of their time cards.
(A) account
(B) accountant
(C) accountable
(D) accountability
2. Everybody who works here has his/her …………………parking space in the garage.
(A) own
(B) owner
(C) ow e
(D) owing
3. Some people say the………………… power in this company lies with the boss’ s
brother.
(A) reality
(B) realism
(C) really
(D) real
4. We’re all glad that the new CEO is a very…………………leader.
(A) progressive
(B) progress
(C) progression
(D) progressively
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5. It’s so nice that your assistant is such a …………………person.
(A) friend
(B) friendliness
(C) friendly
(D) friendship

WORD FORM(NOUNS)
1. Your signature below will represent your …………………..of this contract.
(A) accepted
(B) acceptance
(C) accept
(D) acceptable
2. The …………………..on w ho could be hired for that position did not seem legal.
(A) restrictions
(B) restricted
(C) restricting
(D) restricted
3. Employee………………….. in this company will prove beneficial for everyone.
(A) invest
(B) invested ‘
(C) investments
(D) investing
4. The contract calls for a $1,000 …………………..for every day we go over the
deadline.
(A) penalize
(B) penalty
(C) penal
(D) penalizing
5. The manager’ s …………………..for next year’ s profits is very optimistic.
(A) projection
(B) projecting
(C) project
(D) projected

WORD FORM(ADVERBS)
1. When w e plan out next year’ s budget, let’s do it ……………………this time.
(A) really
(B) reality
(C) realistic
(D) realistically
2. Our books are audited……………………outside agency.
(A) periodical
(B) period
(C) periodically
(D) periodic
3. Mr. Talbot is ……………………awaiting the report on his yearly evaluation.
(A) anxiously
(B) anxious
(C) anxiety
(D) anxiousness
4. The CEO has been…………………..advised b y the board of directors.
(A) reliably
(B) reliable
(C) reliability
(D) rely
5. Ms. Yates surprised all of us at the conference
with her …………………delivered speech.
(A) impressive
(B) impression
(C) impressively
(D) impressive

WORD FORM(VERBS)
1. If you cannot………………… those accusations, I want to hear no more about it.
(A) substantial
(B) substance
(C) substantiate
(D) substantially
2. Government experts………………… the stock market to do better in the coming
months.
(A) expectable
(B) expect
(C) expectation
(D) expectant
3. Do you …………………to increase employee benefits during the next open
enrollment?
(A) intend
(B) intent
(C) intention
(D) intently
4. Whenever out-of-town clients visit us, w e do our best to …………………them.
(A) entertainment
(B) entertaining
(C) entertainer
(D) entertain
5. The auditors ………………… that the bookkeepers send them figures every two
weeks .
(A) preference
(B) preferable
(C) preferential
(D) prefer