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      1     One of the workers has hung the curtains that had been laying on the floor              4

      2     Although his lawyer felt very badly about the verdict, he advised him                   2
            not to appeal the case.


      3     The landlady suspicioned that someone must have broken into the house                   1
            while she was watching the TV show.


      4     Because of the accident, Grandmother will forbid my brother and me                      3
            from swimming in the river unless someone agrees to watch us.


      5     Ellen would prefer going to the theater more frequently, but her schedule               4
            prevents her attending at more than one play a month.

      6     Despite her enormous size, the Queen Victoria was deftly docked by Captain              2
            Williams, who managed at maneuvering his ship without the help of a harbor pilot.

      7     The car he bought in Japan recently looks similarly to the one he has been driving      2
            for several years.

      8     Because he was very sick, he laid in bed waiting for the doctor to come.                3


      9     His doctor has forbidden him from drinking alcoholic beverages until his                1
            condition improves enough to stop taking antibiotics.



      10    At its last meeting, the city council was decided to open future meetings to            3
            representatives of all the minority groups in the community.

      11    In England as early as the twelfth century, young boys enjoyed to play football.        4

      12    After a great deal of initial confusion, the antiwar demonstrators decided protesting   4
            inside the administration building instead of in the gymnasium.

      13    The prices of the works of art are so high that most museums cannot afford buying       4
            them.

      14    She thought that she will have to wait in line because there were many people           1
            in the office.




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      15    The man was asked to pay a extra sum of money on account of the                    2
            unpredictable spendings.


      16    A singular characteristic of New Zealand's kiwi bird is its nostrils are at the    1
            tip of its beak.


      17    There is unresolved controversy as to whom is the real author of the Elizabethan   2
            plays commonly credited to William Shakespeare.


      18    The prophets charged the villagers with guilty of confusing the appearance of      2
            religion with its substance.


      19    The carefulness that Professor Williams took in preparing his lectures won him     1
            the respect of his students.


      20    From the time a driver enters a car until he leaves it, he must be careful;        3
            a moment's careless may be his last.


      21    An unexpected raise in the cost of living as well as a decline in employment       1
             opportunities has resulted in the rapid creation by Congress of new government
            programs for the unemployed.



      22    Would anyone object to us inviting Ron to go with us to the lecture?               3



      23    Mathematics is a indispensable tool for anyone who desires to do graduate work     1
            in the sciences.


      24    One sign that you are making progress in an art such as painting or photography    4
            is when you begin to realize how much there is to learn.


      25    Jane did not study the history of South Africa because she was absent from class   4
            during those month.




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      26    Its two small black ears and an oval patch surrounding every eye give the panda's    2
             furry face a wistful clownlike expression.

      27    Plants of these type grow best in places where there is a great deal of shade.       1


      28    It was considerable of you not to play the piano while your brother had a bad        1
            headache.


      29    Opposite to popular belief, the ostrich does not hide its head in the sand           1
            when frightened; it runs.


      30    The very destructiveness of war on both friend and foe has rendered it uselessly     3
            as a means of settling international disputes.


      31    Bob Dylan's songs are popular among the young people, for they regard his            3
            songs as more superior to those of other musicians.


      32    As two nuclei move closer together, their mutual electrostatic potential energy      4
            becomes more large and more positive.


      33    The keeper opened the bag which had just arrived and felt about inside with          4
            indiscriminately haste for the zoo's first cobra.



      34    As a result of having on a wet shirt for quite a while, he had one of the worse      3
            colds she had ever had.


      35    Seeing the trouble he had caused, he promised to be more carefully in the future.    3


      36    The expert estimates that more than half a billion people go to bed hungrily every   1
            night and some million children die before they reach the age of five because they
            do not get enough to eat.


      37    The Department of Fine Arts and Architecture has been criticized for not having      3
            much required courses scheduled for this semester.




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      38    He took down the largest of the two dictionaries and began to search for the                 1
            word he had misspelled.


      39    According to the graduate catalog, student housing is more cheaper than housing              3
            off campus.


      40    Sally liked to get all her work done using the fewest amount of energy she could.            3



      41    Accoring to the rugulations that went into effect last week, anyone caught littering         4
            the highways are subject to a large fine.


      42    The hostess dressed in her finest costume together with the guest of honor were seated       3
            comfortably in the living room.


      43    Riding on the swings and playing with the ducks in the pond was our children's greatest      2
            pleasure when we took them to the park.



      44    It is difficult to classify mathematics as simply an art or a science because they contain   3
            elements of both.


      45    At school Paul ran into many new problems, such as handling his pocket money and             4
            to choose his friends.


      46    Not one in one hundred children exposed to the disease are likely to develop                 2
            symptoms of it.



      47    Good historians are the scarcest of all writers because they combine good style,             4
            thorough information, and being impartial.


      48    It has been estimated that the efforts of only one per cent of the world's population        4
              moves civilization forward.



      49    If you spare no effort in working, one will succeed without doubt.                           3




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      50    The news of the loss suffered by our troops were much worse than we had expected.       2



      51    Work on the two new hotels for tourists were begun immediately after the new            2
            mayor took office.



      52    There have been little change in the patient's condition since he was moved to the      1
            intensive care unit.



      53    After the team of geologists had drawn diagrams in their notebooks and wrote             2
             explanations of the formations which they had observed, they returned to their campsite
            to compare notes.



      54    Neither of the two candidates who had applied for admission to the Industrial           4
            Engineering Department were eligible for scholarships.



      55    As the demand increases, manufacturers who previously produced only a large,            2
            luxurious car is compelled to make a smaller model in order to compete in the market.


      56    Fertilizers are used primarily to enrich the soil and increasing yield.                 4



      57    The crowd responded with a hearty welcome as the ambassador and his party steps         4
            down from the airplane.


      58    Some methods to prevent soil erosion are plowing parallel with the slopes of hills,     4
            to plant trees on unproductive land, and rotating crops.


      59    Professor Black had us to write compositions every Monday and hand it in                2
            the next day.



      60    Is there anything you want from town? I am going to get those letters mailing to        4
            New York.




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      61    I went to the dentist's yesterday, and I had two teeth to be pulling out.                  4



      62    Joe wants us go along with him although none is willing to go.                             2



      63    "Please have my luggage to carry upstairs" said the tourist to the baggage                 2
            boy at the door.



      64    The examiner made us to show our identification in order to be admitted to                 2
            the test center.



      65    My watch is broken. I must have it to be repaired soon.                                    4


      66    The teacher moved in the meeting that smoking was prohibited at the campus.                3


      67    My brother used to have his hair to be done at the barber's at the corner of the street.   2


      68    The doctor suggested that his workaholic patient took a vacation for a break               3



      69    Although we are concerned with the problem of energy sources, we must not fail             3
            recognizing the need for environmental protection.


      70    The safety guard stated in the court that he did not see any suspicious person             4
            walked into the building.



      71    After a night spend in fever and sleeplessness, I forced myself to take a long tramp       1
            the next day through the hilly country which was covered with pine woods.


      72    In purchasing a winter coat, it is very important for trying it on with heavy clothing     4
             underneath.



      73    I couldn't resist to ask him why he was trying to avoid meeting me.                        1




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      74    It usually takes much less time to fly from one country to another than travelling          3
            by train.


      75    Neither Richard nor I was able to recall when Mary had last spoke to us in so friendly      3
            a manner.



      76    The significance of the study is that the scientists think people use different languages   3
            see the world differently.



      77    The watchman does his routine every night, trying every door, walking through every         4
            hall, and listens for any unusual sounds.



      78    The International Law of the Sea Conference is an attempt resolving major differences       1
            among countries with conflicting interests.



      79    The first three millennia of written history were strewn with the wreckage of falling       3
            empires and extinct civilizations.


      80    We mustn't risk to be late for the concert. I put off going last week, and I don't want     1
            to miss hearing him again.


      81    You must follow the directions exactly, and if you should become confusing, you must        2
            take the time to go back again and read them over.


      82    Many modern skyscrapers, though visually pleasing, they have heating and cooling            2
            systems that require closed windows and consequently waste energy.


      83    Each member of the team bought themselves a new car with the money earned in the            2
            championship game.




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      84    The functions performed by individual members of a colony of bees are determined           4
            by chemical substances transferred from a bee to another.


      85    They asked us, Henry and I, whether we thought that the statistics had been presented      1
            fairly and accurately.


      86    He is familiar with the most of calculus equations, but he wants to study them again       2
            before the examination.


      87    Whoever inspected this radio should have put their indentification number on the box.      4


      88    Most early settlers provided for themself before sharing their surplus with others.        2


      89    Computers are indispensable in data processing but some people are afraid that its         2
            impersonal solutions might do harm to mankind in the long run.


      90    Maria has long had the desire to become a famous writer even though the study of it        3
            would require years of sacrifice on her part.


      91    Every man and woman should vote for the candidate of their choice.                         4



      92    In order to get married in this state, one must present a medical report along with your   4
            identification.


      93    If we finish all of our business as planned, Helen and me will leave for New York          2
            on Monday morning.


      94    It is possible that Indians originally have migrated to the Western Hemisphere over        1
            a bridge of land that once existed between Siberia and Alaska.


      95    When Harry Truman has become the President of the United States he was not familiar        2
            with either the foreign policy or the atomic bomb.




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      96    He has been sitting at the table for several hours and drank considerably more wine     2
            than is good for his health.


      97    In all the years that Paul and I have been friends, I never knew him friendly to        3
             anyone else.


      98    It is an accepted custom for one to say "excuse me" when he sneezed.                    4


      99    Medical researchers have not yet been able to have developed an effective vaccine       2
             against influenza.


      100 To Mrs. Foster and Miss Rosen the advice sounded wrong, but everyone else at              3
          the meeting consider it perfect.



      101 Before he died, the old gentleman who lives in the apartment on the corner                3
          used to take his dog for a walk every day.


      102 After searching the house for evidence, the police concluded that someone must have       4
          come in through the kitchen window and stole the silver while the family was asleep.


      103 Unfortunately, two of the boys has been bit by snakes the last time the family camped     2
          in the valley.


      104 Learning a foreign language is especially difficult for those who had never learned one   3
          before.

      105 Until the nineteenth century, the development of biology is lagging noticeably behind     1
          that of other sciences.


      106 The students were all obedient and did that the teacher had told them to do.              3


      107 Miami, Florida, is among the few cities in the United Statess which has been awarded      3
          official status as a bilingual municipality.



      108 He was the one which was most responsible for the party's victory in the election.        1




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      109 In preparing for the test to be given next week, you should review each assignment            4
          and do the things which suggested below.


      110 The only thing what really matters to the children is how soon they can return to their       1
          aunt and uncle's form.


      111 It was the legislature who played the decisive role in declaring war                          2


      112 Although it was still somewhat early, he began to speak to those which had already            3
          gathered in auditorium.


      113 My roommate lives in a small town in central Missouri, a quiet town which I like              2
          to live myself.

      114 A "tsunami," that is the result of an underwater earthquake or tornado, is the most           1
          destructive of all tidal waves.


      115 The columnist feels sure who wins the election will have the support of the parties.          2


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      116 The plants that they belong to the family of ferns are quite varied in their size and structure.


      117 The United States is composed of fifty states, two of those are separated from the others     2
          by land or water.


      118 People in the western world have difficulty understanding the extent which religion           2
          infiltrates all aspects of life in the Arab world.



      119 He felt so bad after the accident that Ethel and I had to ask whoever we met to do the        1
          work for him.


      120 In regards to your recent request for assistance, I have to report that Allan has stated      1
           emphatically that he has no more money to give you or me.


      121 The young politician created a split in his party when he spoke to the convention about       3
          his sympathy to the outspoken radicals.




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      122 Because he was greatly troubled by his conscience, Hamlet was incapable to kill the king. 4


      123 Despite of the increase in air fairs, most people still prefer to travel by plane.          1


      124 His neglect to extinguish the campfire resulted from the destructioon of more than          3
          a hundredacres of forest.


      125 My son was closer to my husband and I on that last day of his life than he had been         2
          for a long time.


      126 To think of the future in relation at the present is essential to civilization.             3


      127 It is interesting to compare the early stylized art forms of ancient civilizations to the   4
          modern abstract forms of today.


      128 The Himalayas have always served India to be a natural barrier against invasion             2
          from the north.


      129 If it receives enough rain at the proper time, hay will grow quickly as grass.              4


      130 Hepatitis brought Napoleon's Egyptian campaign close by disaster and was responsible,       2
          in part, for Rommel's defeat in North Africa during the Second World War.


      131 In addition, many exceptions of the rules of English usage make it difficult to master.     2


      132 Only those applicants who show promise to success will be called for an interview.          2



      133 This year, as the past, the oil company will sponsor a television series based on major     1
          literary works.


      134
      135
      136




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      lying                    v     v type

      bad                      v     linking v



      suspected                v     v type



      to swim                  v     v type



      from attending at        v     v type



      to maneuver              v     v type


      looks similar            v     v type



      lay                      v     v type


      to drink                 v     v type




      decided                  v     v type



      playing                  v     v type

      to protest               v     v type



      to buy                   v     v type



      would                    v     tense




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      an                       art   noun



      is that its              clausen clause



      who                      n     case




      with guilt of            n     n-adj



      care                     n     n type



      carelessness             n     n-adj



      rise                     n     n type




      our                      v     v type



      is an                    art   noun



      that                     clausen clause




      those months             n     adj-n




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      each                     adj   adj type



      this                     adj   adj-n


      considerate              adj   adj type




      contrary                 adj   adj type



      useless                  adj. OC



      superior to              adj   comparative




      larger                   adj   comparative



      indiscrimate             adj   adj-adv




      the worst                adj   superiors



      careful                  adj   adj-adv


      hungry                   adj   adj-adv




      many                     adj   adj-n




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      larger                   adj   comparative



      cheaper                  adj   comparative



      least amount             adj   adj-n



      is                       v     s-v



      was seated               v     s-v




      were                     v     s-v




      it contains              n     n-n agree



      choosing                 v-ing conj



      is                       v     s-v




      impartiality             n     conj




      move                     v     s-v




      you                      n     n-n agree




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      was                      v     s-v



      was                      v     s-v




      There has been           v     s-v




      written                  v     conj




      was                      v     s-v




      are                      v     s-v




      to increase              v     conj



      step                     v     s-v



      planting                 v     conj



      write                    v     imperative-v




      mailed                   v     imperative-v




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      pulled out               v     imperative-v



      to go along              v     v type



      carried                  v     imperative-v




      show                     v     imperative-v




      repaired                 v     imperative-v


      be                       v     command-v


      done                     v     imperative-v


      take a vacation          v     command-v



      to recognize             v     v type



      walk into                v     sense v




      spent                    verbalp.p.



      to try                   verbalinf.




      asking                   verbalv type




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      to travel                verbalconj




      spoken                   verbalp.p.




      people using             verbalpres. p.




      listening                verbalconj




      to resolve               verbalinf.




      fallen                   verbalp.p.




      being                    verbalv-ing




      confused                 verbalp.p.



      have                     pron. extra



      himself                  pron. n-n agree




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      one--another             pron. idiom




      me                       pron. case




      most of the              pron. idiom




      his                      pron. n-n agree


      themselves               pron. spelling


      their                    pron. n-n agree



      writing                  pron. pronominalize



      his                      pron. n-n agree



      one's/ his               pron. n-n agree




      I                        pron. case




      might have migrated      verb tense
      must have migrated


      became                   verb tense




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      drinking                 verb conj




      have never known         verb tense



      sneezes                  verb tense


      to develop               verb tense



      considered               verb tense




      lived                    verb tense




      stolen                   verb tense



      had been bitten          verb tense



      has never learned        verb tense



      was lagging              vern tense



      what                     n     n clause


      have been awarded        s-v   RC




      who                      pron. RC




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      which are suggested      s-v   RC




      that                     pron. RC



      which                    pron. RC


      who                      pron. RC



      in which                 pron. RC


      which                    pron. RC



      whoever                  pron. RC


      [delete]                 pron. RC


      of which                 pron. RC




      to which                 pron. RC




      whomever                 pron. RC



      in regard to             prep. idiom
      as regards


      sympathy with            prep. idiom
      sympathy for




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      of killing               prep. idiom


      in spite of              prep. type
      despite
      in                       prep. idiom



      ...and me                n     case



      to                       prep. idiom


      with                     prep. idiom



      as                       prep. idiom



      like                     prep. p type


      close to                 prep. p type



      to (exception to)        prep. idiom


      of (promise to V)        prep. idiom



      like the past            prep. p type




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pronominalize




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