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Test OF Exam number 1


Test 1


MCQ: In the following sentences the double-underlined is
A
B
C
D
1.      I have friends whose children are badly behaved.
NCI
Modifier
Subject
None of them
2.      Manchurians supported their team to win the match.
adverbial
infinitive
object
Verb phrase
3.      Finding out the cause is a prerequisite for the treatment.
participial
object
subject
None of them
4.      Manchurians expected to win the match.
complement
infinitive
object
None of them
5.      The exam was cancelled, which allowed us to stay at home.
NCI
Modifier
subject
None of them
6.      Jones' favorite hobby must have been lying in bed.
participial
object
subject
complement
7.      Their teachers advise them to do their best.
complement
adverbial
Verb phrase
Infinitive phrase
8.      She's got into trouble for faking an illness to avoid work.
participial
object
subject
Infinitive phrase
9.      We did not have a web site, which posed a problem.
NCI
subject
Modifier
None of them
10. My mother wanted me to get the cheese in the fridge.
complement
infinitive
object
None of them
11. She's got into trouble for an illness to avoid work.
participial
subject
Noun phrase
None of them
12. The murderer forced the defendant to hide most of the truth.
Deep subject
complement
Verb phrase
Infinitive phrase
13. Cairo, which is growing fast, needs another state university.
NCI
Modifier
subject
None of them
14. She's got into trouble for faking an illness to avoid work.
Noun phrase
Modifier
complement
None of them
15. A young clerk convinced the manager to change his view.
Deep subject
complement
Verb phrase
None of them
16. She's got into trouble for faking an illness to avoid work.
adverbial
modifier
object
Object of preposition
17. My eldest sister, whose arm is sprained, is leaving Friday.
NCI
modifier
object
None of them
18. Most students plan to succeed with high marks.
adverbial
complement
Verb phrase
Infinitive phrase
19. Being the chairman made me extremely un easy
adverbial
complement
object
Object of preposition
20. Those students hurried to come to the lecture on time.
complement
Infinitive
adverbial
None of them
21. The machine which sorts the local mail is broken.
NCI
modifier
object
None of them
22. Being the chairman made me extremely uneasy.
adverbial
complement
subject
None of them

23. His elder brothers offered to help him study his lessons.

object
complement
Infinitive
None of them
24. The college recommends sending all applications early.
adverbial
complement
object
None of them
25. Did I tell you about the author whom I met"
NCI
RCI
object
Object of preposition
26. The teacher has just begun to understand the problem.
adverbial
complement
Deep subject
Infinitive phrase
27. The college recommends sending applications early.
subject
object
participial
complement
28. The children had promised him to do their best at home.
complement
object
Deep subject
None of them
29. They are searching for the one who borrowed the book.
NCI
NP
object
RCI
30. Swimming in your pool is always a big fun.
participial
complement
subject
object
31. The young boys promised to do their best always.
object
complement
Noun phrase
None of them
32. Her important achievement is winning the championship.
participial
complement
subject
None of them
33. Let us talk about the movie that made him cry.
NCI
NP
object
adjective clause
34. The museum will be shown to the tourists by the guide.
NP1
NP2
NP3
None of them
35. Your sole duty is to study hard to earn a better income.
object
complement
Noun phrase
Infinitive phrase


                                         







1.    A. State Whether the Following Statements are Correct () or Wrong (×)
×
1.    A gerund phrase contains a gerund with optional modifiers before it and optional modifiers after it.


2.    When the participial phrase is essential to the meaning of the sentence, no commas should be used.


3.    An infinitive phrase includes an infinitive with obligatory direct or indirect objects, complements or adverbials after it.


4.    The active is used to focus attention on the action rather than on the doer.


5.    When the participial phrase modifies the noun immediately before it, it is not set off from it by a comma.


6.    A restrictive relative clause is necessary but not essential.


7.    A gerund phrase contains a gerund with optional modifiers before it and obligatory constituents after it.


8.    When a participial phrase or a relative clause is essential to the meaning, no commas should be used.


9.    A nondefining adjective clause is separated from the main clause by a comma or commas.     


10. The surface subject is an objective noun that represents a subjective noun that surfaces in a simple sentence.


11. The passive voice is used when the writer wants to adopt an air of authority.  


12. A nonrestrictive adjective clause gives extra information about the noun it modifies but is not necessary to identify it.    


13. A gerund phrase contains a gerund with obligatory modifiers before it and obligatory constituents after it.  


14. When the participial phrase comes finally, a comma is used if it modifies an earlier noun in the sentence.     


15. If a nondefining adjective clause is removed from a sentence, the reference of the head noun does not change.


16. When an adverbial infinitive phrase comes non-initially in a sentence, no punctuation is needed.       


17. The reason why the passive is problematic is that it is often confusing.


18. A nonrestrictive relative clause adds more definition to the antecedent, but is not necessary for meaning.


19. An infinitive phrase is not a full clause with a subject and a finite verb.


20. The passive voice is used when the focus is on the action or the effect, not on the actor.


1.    B. State Whether the Following Sentences are Correct () or Wrong (x)
x
21. The local people interested in the story witnessed Jimmy wandering there.


22. Do you recall to ask her that question?


23. They will insist that their colleague be admitted to the cession.


24. Dad's best friend who he visited at the hospital may never recover.


25. Starting out as an army officer Sam's father was frequently transferred.


26. The nurse decided to put off to buy a new thermometer. 


27. Why was the road crossed by the chicken? Is bad passive.


28. The little town in Cornwall the name of which I have forgotten will be our next summer destination.


29. Mrs. Samuels showing more bravery than wisdom invited thirty boys and girls to a party.     


30. Mr. Allen's wife enjoys to cook.  


31. School children started to walk home.  


32. The story says that Jack was stubborn spent most of his time in a café.    







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