Directions: In this section there are 15 incomplete sentences. For each sentence there are four choices marked A, B, C and D. Choose the ONE that best completes the sentence, Then mark the corresponding letter on the Answer Sheet with a single line through the center.
A 1. Courses are not ____ merely for students to pass exams.
A. designed B. designing C. design D. designs
A 2. Please ____those details that you would like to change.
A. select B. selection C. selecting D. selects
B 3. There are six people present at the meeting, ____ three women.
A. include B. including C. included D. includes
B 4. He ____ told her that he worked for the corporation.
A. simple B. simply C. simplify D. simplely
A 5. They accept what is happening without ____ to change it.
A. attempting B. attempted C. attempt D. attempts
C 6.He was a great _____; he composed many great songs.
A. art B. artistic C. artist D. arts
D 7. Sandy did not want her parents to learn ____ the news of her failure in the exam.
A. in B. for C. on D. about
B 8. I was surprised to find out that I was heavily ____ debt.
A. on B. in C. to D. up
C 9. Out classroom is selected ______ the place for meeting.
A. for B. in C. as D. on
C 10. Their innovation products caught _____ quickly.
A. with B. up C. on D. in
A 11. Can you believe that John keeps a snake _____ a pet?
A. as B. in C. for D. against
C 12. The word comes _____ an African language.
A. up B. down C. from D. out
A 13. She hangs _____ all here clothes neatly in the wardrobe.
A. up B. out C. in D. on
D 14. The child has no understanding of problems, according ____ the doctor.
A. for B. in C. on D. to
B 15. Americans _____ millions of Christmas cards every year.
A. change B. exchange C. attempt D. determine