نمونه سوالات گرامر آزمون تولیمو (نمونه 1)

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Section One : Structure and Written Expression
1. From 1949 onward ,the artist Georgia O’keeffe
made New Mexico -----.
(A) her permanent residence was
(B) where her permanent residence
(C) permanent residence for her
(D) her permanent residence
2. Just as remote-controlled satellites can be employed to explore outer space, ------ employed to investigate the deep sea.
(A) can be robots
(B) robots can be
(C) can robots
(D) can robots that are
3. In ------ people, the areas of the brain that control
speech are located in the left hemisphere.
(A) mostly of
(B) most
(C) almost the
(D) the most of
4. Stars shine because of ------ produced by the nuclear reactions taking place within them.
(A) the amount of light and heat is
(B) which the amount of light and heat
(C) the amount of light and heat that it is
(D) the amount of light and heat
5. ------ is not clear to researchers.
(A) Why dinosaurs having become extinct.
(B) Why dinosaurs became extinct
(C) Did dinosaurs become extinct
(D) Dinosaurs became extinct
6. Although many people use the word “milk” to refer to cow’s milk,----- to milk from any mammal, including human milk and goat’s
milk.
(A) applying it also
(B) applies also
(C) it also applies
(D) but it also applies
7. The first transatlantic telephone cable system was not established ----- 1956.
(A) while
(B) until

(C) on

D)when
8. ----  two people think exactly alike, there will always be disagreement, but disagreement should not always be avoided: it can be healthy if handled relatively.
(A) There are
(B) Why
(C) That
(D) Because
9. Drinking water ------ excessive amounts of fluorides may leave a stained or mottled effect on the enamel of teeth.
(A) containing
(B) in which containing
(C) contains
(D) that contain
10. In the 1820‟s physical education became ----- of the curriculum of Harvard and Yale Universities.
(A) to be part
(B) which was part
(C) was part
(D) a part
11. Pewter, ---- for eating and drinking utensils in colonial America, is about ninety percent tin, with copper or bismuth added for hardness.
(A) was widely used
(B) widely used it
(C) widely used
(D) which widely used
12. A moth possesses two pairs of wings ----- as a single pair and are covered with dust like scales.
(A) function
(B) are functioning
(C) that function
(D) but functions
13. Soap operas, a type of television drama series, are so called because, at first they were ----.
(A) often which soap manufacturers
(B) sponsored often soap manufactures
(C) often sponsored by soap manufacturers
(D) soap manufactures often sponsored the

 14. The Woolworth Building in New York was the highest in America when --- in 1913 and was famous for its use of Gothic decorative
detail.
(A) built
(B) it built
(C) was built
(D) built it

15. Humans,----, interact through communicative behavior by means of signs or symbols used conventionally.
(A) like other animals
(B) how other animals
(C) other animals that
(D) do other animals

16. More and (a)90 percent of the calcium in the human(b) body is (c)in the(d) skeleton.



17. Perhaps(a) the most popular (b)film in movie(c) history, Star Wars was written and direction(d) by George Lucas.



18. Some(a) animal activities, such as(b) mating, migration, and hibernate(c) have a yearly (d)cycle.



19. Geographers were once concerned largely(a) with exploring areas unknown(b) to them and from (c)describing distinctive features of individual places(d).


20. In his animated films, Walt Disney created animals(a) that talk and(b) act like(c) people while retaining its(d) animal traits.


21. The first city in the United States that put(a) into effect major plan(b) for the clustering(c) of government buildings(d) was Washington.



22. In a microwave oven, radiation penetrates food and is (a)then absorbed primarily(b) by water molecule, caused(c) heat to spread through the food(d) .



23. The cultures early(a) of the genus Home were generally 
distinguished by regular (b)use of stone tools(c) and by a hunting and gathering economy(d).



24.Dolphins are sleek and powerful (a)swimmers that found(b) in all seas and unlike porpoises, have (c) well-defined beaklike snouts and conical teeth(d).



25.The velocity of(a) a river is controlled(b) by the slope, (c)the depth, and the rough(d) of the riverbed.


26.The(a) phonograph record was the first successful(b) medium for capturing, preservation(c), and reproduce Sound(d).



27. Geberally(a), the pattern of open space(b) in urban areas has shaped(c) by commercial systems, governmental (d)actions ,and cultural traditions.



28. A liquid that might be(a) a poor conductor when pure(b) is often used to(c) make solutions that readily transmits(d) electricity.



29.The initial discovery (a)by humans almost 10,000 years ago that they could exploit metallic mineral (B)deposits was an important(c) milestone in the development civilization(d).


30. In 1989 Tillie Fowler, a Republican, became(a) the first member(b) of her party to serving as(c) president of the city(d) council of Jacksonville, Florida.



31.General anesthesia, which(a) is usually used for major surgery, involves a complete(b) loss consciousness and a relaxed(c) of the muscles(d).



32.After first establishment(a) subsistence farms along(b) the Atlantic seaboard, European settlers(c) in North America developed a maritime and shipbuilding industry(d).



33.The legs of a roadrunner are enough strong(a) that it can run(b)up to (c)24 kilometers per hour to catch(d) lizards and small rodents.



34. For(an) the immune system of a newborn mammal to develop(b) properly, the presence (c)of the thymus gland is essentially(d).



35. Physicians working(a) in the field of public health are mainly concerned with(b) the environmental causes of ill(c) and how to(d) eliminate them.



36. By 1850, immigration from distance(a) shores, as well as(b) migration from the countryside, had caused(c) New York City’s population to swell(d).



37. By identifying(a) similar words or structures in different languages, we find evidence that those(b) languages are related and may be(c) derived from same (d)ancestor.



38. Astronomers use(a) photography and sighting telescopes to study(b) the motions of all of(c) the bright stars and many of the faint one (d).



39. In the nineteenth century a number of Native American tribe(a), such as(b) the Comanches, lived (c)a nomadic existence hunting(d)buffalo



40.The average(a) elevation(b) of West Virginia is (c)about 1,500 foot(d) above sea level.

 


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