General Training Reading Practice Test 5  SECTION 1               Questions 1-15 Questions 1-6 Read the following notice. Using NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS OR NUMBERS answer the questions below. Write…

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                   Confusion of parts of speech 555. As and Like Don’t say: You don’t look as your mother. √ Say: You don’t…

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                      Confusion of number The following can’t be used in the plural: 514. Advice Don’t say: Nick gave me some…

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             Nouns often confused 489. House and Home Don’t say: You should go to your house now. √ Say: You should go home now. Take…

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                  Adjectives often confused 465. Many and Much (a) Many Don’t say: My brother hasn’t much books. √ Say: My brother hasn’t many…

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              Adverbs often confused 455. Very and Too (a) Very Don’t say: It’s too hot in Rome in the summer. √ Say: It’s very…

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                      Verbs often confused 396. Shall and Will (a) To express simple futurity In the first person: Don’t say: I…

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              Prepositions often confused 379. To and At (a) To Don’t say: We come at school every morning. √ Say: We come to school…

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Exercise 89: Fill each blank with the correct word as or like 1. Act ______ a gentleman! 2. He does ________ he pleases. 3. She behaved ________ a baby. 4.…

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                  Miscellaneous examples 360. The subject of the sentence misplaced Don’t say: Last week visited our school a man. √ Say: A…

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