A. He’ll correct the exams this afternoon.
B. The exam will be at noon.
C. He will collect the exams at 12:00.
D. The tests will be graded by noon.
A. Martha applied for a visa last month.
B. Martha’s visa will last for only a month.
C. Martha arrived last month without her visa.
D. One month ago Martha got her visa.
A. The professor described what the students should do.
B. There was a long line to register for the required class.
C. It is a requirement for each professor to teach at least one course.
D. The professor required the class to prepare an outline.
A. Chuck had improved.
B. This visit was better than the last.
C. Chuck looked at him in the hospital.
D. Chuck didn’t seem to be doing very well.
A. She thinks the tuition should be raised.
B. The semesters tuition is quite affordable.
C. She doesn’t have enough money for her school fees.
D. She has more than enough for tuition.
A. He thinks he got a good grade.
B. The history grades were all C or above.
C. No one got history grades.
D. There were no high scores.
A. The parking lots were full before 10:00.
B. It was impossible to start class by 10:00.
C. He parked the car before class at 10:00.
D. The possibility of finding a place to park increased.
A. She’s found a new ring.
B. She needs to help him find something.
C. She’s shopping for a carpet.
D. She’s thankful she has a rag.
A. In a department store
B. In a bank
C. In an accounting firm
D. In a checkout line
A. Jane usually visits San Francisco for her vacations.
B. Jane’s cousin often visits San Francisco.
C. Whenever there’s a holiday, Jane’s cousin goes to San Francisco.
D. Whenever there’s a holiday, Jane leaves San Francisco.
A. He’d really like to have something to eat.
B. Because he’s weak, he can’t eat.
C. It’s been weeks since he’s had anything to eat.
D. He hasn’t felt like eating for weeks.
A. Traffic should not be allowed.
B. She thinks that the traffic should stay outside.
C. She agrees that the traffic is noisy.
D. She’ll stay outside with the man.
A. The headings for today’s reading assignment.
B. The chance to make the headlines.
C. Her reading ability.
D. The daily newspaper.
A. The bus trip is only five minutes long.
B. The man missed the bus by five minutes.
C. The man should hurry to catch the bus.
D. The bus was five minutes late.
A. It’s not possible to pass the class.
B. She’ll definitely fail.
C. It’s always possible.
D. She shouldn’t say anything about the class.
A. She gave Tom money to pay the rent.
B. She was given money for the rent.
C. Tom borrowed money for the rent.
D. She had some money to lend.
A. The cake is extremely good.
B. He never tasted the cake. 25.
C. He wished he hadn’t tasted the cake.
D. The cake has never been very good.
A. At the corner she ran into another car.
B. She ran to Carl because she cared.
C. She unexpectedly met one of her relatives.
D. Carl was running from place to place.
A. She shouldn’t leave her purse here.
B. She’s probably in the apartment.
C. Her purse must not be in the apartment.
D. She left without taking her purse
A. The landlord failed to collect rent on the first of last month.
B. The tenants absolutely must pay rent at the beginning of the month.
C. The landlord will not fail to collect your rent on the first of next month.
D. It is important to call the landlord about rent on the first of the month.
A. Taking the car out for a test drive
B. Listening to the noises
C. Fixing the car herself
D. Getting the car repaired
A. Martha s jobs are easy.
B. It’s easy to hold two jobs.
C. It’s better for Martha to have two jobs.
D. Martha should slow down.
A. The plane took off just after he arrived.
B. He arrived just after the plane took off.
C. He wasn’t in time to catch the plane.
D. He arrived too late to catch the plane.
A. He agrees with the woman’s suggestion.
B. Parking is not free on the weekend.
C. It is not necessary for them to park.
D. He thinks they don’t have to pay.
A. He is eager to leave his job.
B. He is unhappy at the thought of retiring.
C. He couldn’t be unhappier about retiring.
D. He is retiring too soon.
A. He got the car he really wanted.
B. He didn’t get a new car.
C. The car that he got was not his first choice.
D. He didn’t really want a new car
A. Mr. Drew pointedly asked the president about the committee.
B. The president pointed to Mr. Drew’s head.
C. Mr. Drew became head of the new commission.
D. Mr. Drew was committed to the president’s appointments.
A. She felt inferior.
B. She wasn’t furious.
C. She felt there should have been more fairness.
D. She was extremely angry.
A. The man would do the dishes.
B. The plates did not need to be washed.
C. The man would not be ready to go.
D. The dishes would not be done.
A. He knew that grapes were cheaper than cherries.
B. He didn’t know that grapes were cheaper than cherries.
C. He bought grapes because they were cheaper than cherries.
D. He didn’t buy either grapes or cherries because of the price.