Writing Practice Test Set 3

Each question has a few answer choices. Choose the best answer for each question. At the end of the quiz, you will see your results.

1. What does integrate mean?
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B.

Question 1 of 10

2. Making a situation right after something bad has occurred
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D.

Question 2 of 10

3. This looks like a good _______ for the new football stadium.
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C.

Question 3 of 10

4. Choose whether to use 'like' or 'as'.

 

The situation is quite serious; just _______ we heard yesterday.
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B.

Question 4 of 10

5. Choose the answer that best replaces the word(s) in parentheses.

 

The trapped animal's struggles began to (decrease) as it became exhausted.
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B.
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D.

Question 5 of 10

6. Decide whether to use who's or whose in the following sentence.

 

I couldn't tell _________ books were left on the table.
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B.

Question 6 of 10

7. Look at these sentences and put a tick next to the one that uses less/fewer correctly.
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B.

Question 7 of 10

8. A fixed process or a mathematical rule:
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D.

Question 8 of 10

9. Confusable words. Choose the correct word for the following sentences.

 

We needed to order some more _______ .
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B.

Question 9 of 10

10. Sabotage
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Question 10 of 10


 

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This quiz is great practice. It will allow you to identify correct and incorrect usage of standard English grammar and boost your reading comprehension. You will be able to identify your weaker and stronger points so you can focus on those areas that need your attention most. At the end of each quiz, clear explanations of correct answers are provided.

This Language practice test helps you to improve your reading strategies as well.

As you progress through your school courses, you will have to read increasingly complex graphical and informational texts.

When you are able to comprehend and use the information provided in the texts, your results will increase dramatically.

Reading is all about thinking. If you can read effectively, you will understand what you read and how to make sense of it

Last Updated on November 20, 2020