In the space provided write the letter A, B or C, which correspond to the correct answer.

  1. (A) Are usually the concerts here over early? (B) Are the concerts here usually over early?  (C) Are the concerts here over usually early?

  1. __B__

  1. I usually get (A) home (B) to home (C) at home nine o’clock at night.
  2. __A__

  1. How often does your mother go (A) at downtown? (B) to downtown? (C) downtown?
  2. __C__

  1. Harris goes to work at nine o’clock in the morning and he gets (A) out of (B) off (C) to work at five thirty.
  2. __A__

  1. Betty never goes to work (A) Saturday in the afternoon (B) in the afternoon on Saturday (C) on Saturday afternoon.
  2. __C__

  1. (A) The children’s (B) The children’s (C) The childrenses bedroom is upstairs.
  2. __A__

  1. (A) Mr. And Mrs. Jones’ (B) Mr. And Mrs. Joneses’ (C) Mr. and Mrs. Jones’s oldest daughter is a nurse.
  2. __C__

  1. Sylvia (A) teached (B) touched (C) taught French last year.
  2. __C__

  1. Your father (A) read (B) readed (C) reads the paper this morning, didn’t he?
  2. __A__

  1. I know (A) the girl’s brother near the door (B) the brother of the girl near the door  (C) near the door the girl’s brother.
  2. __B__

  1. Didn’t Frank’s father tell (A) him don’t use his typewriter? (B) him not to use his typewriter?  (C) that he don’t use his typewriter?
  2. __B__

  1. Are Diane’s parents going to let (A) her go (B) her to go  (C) that she go to the beach with us next Saturday?
  2. __C__

  1. When did Greg marry (A) to Charlotte? (B) Charlotte?  (C) with Charlotte?
  2. __B__

  1. How long age (A) were you live here? (B) did you come here?  (C) do you live here?
  2. __A__

  1. How much did Linda have to pay (A) the doctor (B) to the doctor  (C) for the doctor when she went to see him?
  2. __C__

  1. Bill didn’t pay very much (A) his radio (B) for his radio  (C) about his radio, did he?
  2. __B__

  1. Did Mary sell her typewriter to Jim? Yes, she sold (A) to him it (B) him it  (C) it to him.
  2. __C__

  1. Who does the teacher often have to (A) repeat questions for? (B) repeat for questions?  (C) repeat questions to?
  2. __C__

  1. Who did you borrow that book (A) to? (B) from?  (C) with?
  2. __B__

  1. Do you go to primary school still? (B) Do you go still to primary school?  (C) Do you still go to primary school?
  2. __C__

  1. No, (A) I don’t go to primary school still (B) I don’t go to primary school any more  (C) I don’t still go to primary school
  2. __B__

  1. How late did you study last night? (A) I didn’t study until midnight  (B) I studies until midnight  (C) I studied at midnight.
  2. __B__

  1. Jack is going to buy (A) another (B) other  (C) the other raincoat next payday.
  2. __A__

  1. Helen (A) has been living (B) had been living  (C) was living in New York for three years when I must her.
  2. __A__
  3. Do you remember how much (A) the book you’re reading cost?  (B) cost the book you’re reading?  (C) did the book you’re reading cost?
  4. __A__

  1. Can you tell me what (A) is the name of the hotel you stayed at last month?  (B) the name of the hotel you stayed at last month?  (C) the name of the hotel you stayed at last month is?
  2. __B__

  1. Anybody (B) Not somebody  (C) Nobody was late for class today.
  2. __C__

  1. Elliot didn’t understand the teacher’s question, but (A) everybody (B) everybody else  (C) nobody else understand it.
  2. __B__

  1. Was that hotel (A) been built  (B) having built  (C) being built when you came here?
  2. __C__

  1. A lot of buildings (A) are being  (B) have been  (C) were torn down on my street since last year.
  2. __C__

  1. How often does your boss (A) have you to go to the bank?  (B) have you go to the bank  (C) have to you go to the bank?
  2. __B__

  1. Fred said (A) he wasn’t going to buy a new car  (B) he was going to buy a new car  (C) he was going to have a new car until he finished paying for his house.
  2. __C__

  1. I get off work early yesterday, so I (A) went to work in a taxi (B) went to the movies  (C) get to the office early.
  2. __A__

  1. I’m going to work ever time tomorrow so I (A) won    have  (B) can’t  (C) will to work next Saturday.
  2. __A__

  1. I (A) should get through  (B) should gotten through  (C) should have gotten through with my work before I went to the movies last night.
  2. __C__