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  1. 300 câu trắc nghiệm ngữ pháp Tiếng Anh có đáp án I. GRAMMAR 1. The mausoleum is by Thien Thu mountain, two towering columns and a vast expanse of water. a. feed b. feeding c. fed d. feeds 2. Put plants a window so that they will get enough light. a. near to b. near of c. next to d. nearly 3. Employers often require that candidates have not only a degree a. but two years experience b. also two years experience c. but also two-year experience d. but more two years experience 4. Richard Nixon had been a lawyer and before he entered politics. a. served in the Navy as an officer b. an officer in the Navy c. the Navy had him as an officer d. did service in the Navy as an officer 5. If one of the participants in a conversation wonders no real communication has taken place. a. what said the other person b. what the other person said c. what did the other person say d. what was the other person saying 6. The salary of a bus driver is much higher a. in comparison with the salary of a teacher b. than a teacher c. than that of a teacher d. to compare as a teacher 7. Professional people expect when it is necessary to cancel an appointment. a. you to call them b. that you would call them c. your calling them d. that you are calling them 8. Sedimentary rocks are formed below the surface of the earth very high temperatures and pressures. a. where there are b. there are c. where are there d. there are where 9. Farmers look forward to every summer. a. participating in the county fairs b. participate in the county fairs c. be participating in the county fairs d. have participated in the county fairs 10. Clipper ships were the swiftest sailing ships that . to sea and the most beautiful. a. ever were put b. were ever putted c. were ever put d. ever were putted 11. The ships had their days of . in the 1840s and 1850s.
  2. a. glorious b. glory c. glorify d. gloriously 12. Tea loses its flavor quickly in the hold of a vessel. a. when storing b. stored c. when stored d. storing 13. Earl was one of the first American artists . landscapes. a. painting b. painted c. for painting d. to paint 14. The crime rate has continued to rise in American cities despite efforts on the part of both government and private citizens to curb a. them b. him c. its d. it 15. In 1778, he to London to study with Benjamin West for four years. a. has gone b. had gone c. would go d. went 16. No one has been able to satisfactorily explain how or The Moon sporadically sparks. a. when b. why c. what d. which 17. The basic fiber-optics system is called a fiberscope, Consists of two bundles of fibers. a. which b. in which c. where d. what 18. Physicians can look into the lungs, heart and other areas that were formerly to them. a. accessibly b. access c. accessible d. inaccessible 19. his highly individual conceptions of music and chaos, John Cage became a leading figure in avant-garde music. a. Such was b. Due to c. Because from d. That 20. Sanford Meisner the Neighborhood Playhouse in New York City. a. founding and directing b. who founded and directed c. founded and directed d. in finding and directing 21. Experiments in the sonic imaging of moving objects in both the United States and Europe well before the Second World War. a. were conducting b. have been conducted c. had been conducted d. being conducted 22. billions and billions of stars exist in the vast space beyond our Milky Way galaxy. a. That is estimated b. An estimate that c. That the estimate d. It is estimated that 23. gene-bearing bodies within the nuclei of living organisms. a. Chromosomes b. Chromosomes that are c. Chromosomes are d. Chromosomes while they are > c
  3. 24. Abner Doubleday, , was credited with the invention of baseball in 1839. a. who become a Union army general b. which became a Union army general c. who were a Union army general d. a Union army general 25. photosynthesis were to stop, life would disappear from the planet Earth relatively quickly. a. For b. However c. If d. Although 26. Each fiber in the bundle only a tiny fraction of the total image. a. transmit b. transmitted c. transmits d. to transmit 27. Antonio Gaudi, architect of Barcelona's Holy Family Church, died before seeing the structure. a. on completion of b. the completion of c. completing of d. their completing of 28. This is the factory at work. a. they are b. where they are c. where are d. in where they are 29. America's first globe maker was James Wilson, who and blacksmith in his earlier life. a. a farmer had been b. had been a farmer c. farming d. being a farmer 30. Napoleon the West Indian island of Santo Domingo in 1801. a. attacked b. is attacking c. has attracted d. attacking 31. Modern industrial methods have supplanted individual crafts, stone carvers, coopers, and cobblers virtually extinct. a. make blacksmiths, b. made blacksmiths, c. making them blacksmiths, d. making blacksmiths, 32. Not only knowledge and skills, but also attitudes in school for students' future adjustment to society. a. when cultivated b. cultivated c. which need to be cultivated d. need to be cultivated 33. On Mercator's maps, the far northern and southern polar regions are a. greatly exaggerated in area. b. exaggerating greatly in area. c. greatly exaggerate in area. d. great exaggeration in area. 34. On the slope of Long's Peak in Colorado the ruin of a gigantic tree. a. that lies b. lies c. where lies d. lie
  4. 35. in Shanghai than in any other city in China. a. More people live b. More people living c. It has more people d. More living people 36. The earth spins on its axis and 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.09 seconds for one complete rotation. a. need b. needed c. needing d. needs 37. on the environment for the gratification of its needs. a. Each organism to depend b. Every organism depends c. All organisms depending d. Many organisms can depend 38. Of Charles Dickens' many novels, expectations perhaps to many readers. a. the most satisfying one b. most satisfying one c. more than satisfying one d. the more satisfying than 39. , the nation's capital remained in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. a. While designing Washington, D.C. b. Washington, D.C., was designed c. While Washington, D.C., was being designed d. Washington, D.C., designed 40. Children learn primarily by the world around them. a. experiencing directly of b. experience direct c. directly physical experience d. direct physical experience of 41. It is earth's gravity that people their weight. a. gives b. give c. giving d. given 42. Generally speaking, people should have as their desires will allow. a. much education b. as much education c. education d. for education 43. A dolphin six length can move as fast as most ships. a. foot in b. feet in c. foot of d. feet of 44. With new technology, cameras can take pictures of underwater valleys color. a. within b. for c. in d. by 45. the fifth largest among the nine planets that make up our solar system. a. The Earth is b. The Earth being c. That the Earth is d. Being the Earth 46. In mathematics, a variable is a symbol some element of a set. a. and representing b. represents c. that represents d. represents that
  5. 47. actress's life is in many ways unlike that of other women. a. An b. A c. As the d. That the 48. About 20 miles from Boston, a little town named Concord that has a rich history. a. has b. there is c. there are d. where is 49. An advisor to both Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Harry Truman, of Bethune Cookman College. a. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune was the founder b. Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune, who was the founder c. the founder was Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune d. did the founder Dr. Mary Mcleod Bethune 50. Warmth, moisture, and oxygen are three necessary requirements most seedlings. a. for cultivating b. for cultivate c. as cultivating d. can cultivate 51. They share the housework between them. a. equally b. equal c. they are equal d. and equal 52. A well-known large natural lake is Lake Tahoe, straddles the California-Nevada border. a. and b. which c. since d. for 53. Before , they used horse-drawn wooden carts. a. farmers have had tractors b. tractors owned by farmers c. having tractors farmers d. farmers had tractors 54. Tuna, , may weigh up to 1,000 pounds. a. is the sea giant b. can be giants of the sea c. one of the sea giants d. the sea of the giant 55. Physical fitness exercises can cause injuries the participants are not careful. a. that b. to c. if d. with 56. Total weight of all the ants in the world is much greater than a. to all human beings b. all human beings is that c. that of all human beings d. is of all human beings 57. for overall health. a. Extra fiber in one's diet is helpful b. Extra fiber is one's helpful diet c. Helpful one's diet is extra fiber d. One's diet is helpful in extra fiber 58. Elephants scratch themselves with sticks a. holding in their trunks b. in their trunks holding
  6. c. hold in their trunks d. held in their trunks 59. Van Gogh's "Sunflowers" $39.9 million, three times the previous record. a. once sold for b. for sale once c. selling for once d. for once sold 60. Some monkeys, , use their tails in a way similar to a hand. a. like the spider monkey b. spider monkey likes c. to the spider monkey d. the monkey likes the spider 61. Black, red, and even bright pink diamonds a. occasionally to find b. occasionally found c. have occasionally been found d. have occasionally found 62. Between the California Coast Range and the Sierra Nevada a. great Central Valley b. the great Central Valley c. being the great Central Valley d. lies the great Central Valley 63. It is gravity objects toward the earth. a. pull b. that pulls c. to pull d. what pulls 64. their territories but rather than fight, they howl. a. Wolves protectively jealous b. Jealous of wolves c. Protection of wolves d. Wolves jealously protect 65. strength of 70 horses, a forklift toils all day long in a warehouse lifting great weights. a. Because the b. With the c. Some d. The 66. The growth of two-income families in the United States of people moving to a new social class. a. has resulted in millions b. results of millions c. millions of results d. resulting in millions 67. Using a globe can be it is educational. a. enjoyable b. to enjoy as c. as enjoyable d. as enjoyable as 68. Each mediocre book we read means one less great book that we would otherwise have a chance a. to read them b. read c. reading d. to read 69. Most accidents in the home can be prevented by elimination of hazards. a. that b. that the c. there is a d. the 70. problems in sailing in tropical seas is the coral reefs. a. One of the biggest b. The biggest one
  7. c. Of the biggest one d. There are the biggest 71. The strongest dump trucks work in rock quarries, tons of rocks and soil at one time. a. that they move b. they move c. where they move d. which they move 72. Alice Freeman, to head Wellesley College at age 27, is one of the youngest college presidents in history. a. who was appointed b. has been appointed c. that is appointed d. is appointed 73. Helen Keller lost both her sight and hearing after a severe illness a. of her age in 19 months b. she was 19 months old c. when she was 19 months old d. when 19 months old she was 74. Because aluminum is lighter and cheaper , it is frequently used for high-tension power transmission. a. as copper b. than copper c. for copper d. more copper 75. It is only recently that ballets have been based on themes American life. a. reflecting b. reflects c. is reflecting d. reflected 76. Poison oak generates irritating poisons even if people merely brush against the plants. a. they can affect people b. that can affect people c. what can effect people d. which do they affect 77. ants live in colonies, keep farms, go to war, carry off slaves, and have a society somewhat like human beings. a. Studies of ant life show that b. Studies of ant life that c. That is studied d. That the studies of ant life 78. Generic medications are just as , and much less expensive. a. effectively brand-name products b. brand-name products effective c. brand-name products as effective d. effective as brand-name products 79. is no way to tell the exact number of heroin addicts in the United States. a. It b. There c. What d. Each 80. Ernest Hemingway is of modern fiction. a. one of the moldersb. the molders one c. who is one of the molders d. the molders who is the one 81. occasions for congratulations. a. Birthdays that usually considered b. Usually considering birthdays
  8. c. Birthdays are usually considered d. That considered birthdays usually 82. Forty-niners to California for gold in 1848. a. rushed b. are rushed c. have rushed d. rushing 83. In order for people to work together effectively, they need each other's needs. a. to be sensitive to b. is sensitive for c. sensitivity d. sensitive 84. It is good form to use the name of the person a. who are greeting b. you are greeting c. which you are greeting d. greeting for you 85. the promotion of health and to helping people avoid injury and disease. a. To commit the Red Cross b. The Red Cross to commit c. Committed to the Red Cross is d. The Red Cross is committed to 86. People usually can get a sufficient amount of the calcium their bodies from the food they consume. a. need b. needs c. needing d. to need 87. It is possible may assist some trees in saving water in the winter. a. the leaves are lost b. when leaves have lost c. that the loss of leaves d. to lose leaves 88. Hollywood, the heart of America's motion picture industry, of Los Angeles a century ago. a. was only a quiet suburb b. only quiet suburb was c. quiet suburb only was d. suburb was quiet only 89. Kitchen appliances called blenders became in the 1930s, when Stephen J. Poplawski developed a machine that excelled at making his favorite drink. a. establish b. establishing c. established d. which establish 90. Built at the beginning of the century, the Library of Congress houses one of the largest collections of books in the world. a. and fine b. and finest c. or finest d. yet fine 91. In the preparation of fibrous material for production uses, stiff woody fibers from plants fibers from animal sources. a. the most heat the b. need more heat than c. than more heat needed d. need the more heat than 92. Partnership is an association of two or more individuals who together to develop a business.
  9. a. worked b. they work c. work d. working 93. Chosen as the nation's capital at the end of the American Civil War, a city of over a million people. a. Washington, D.C., is now b. for Washington, D.C., c. to Washington, D.C., d. now in Washington, D.C., 94. Within an area of only 100 miles, Death Valley sinks to 282 feet below sea level while Mount Whitney to a height of 14,494 feet. a. soaring b. soar c. soared d. soars 95. The cosmopolitan flavor of San Francisco is enhanced by shops and restaurants. a. an ethnic b. its many ethnic c. its ethnicity d. ethnicity 96. that increasing numbers of compact-disc players will be bought by consumers in the years to come. a. They are anticipated b. In anticipation c. Anticipating d. It is anticipated 97. Birds all over the world in distances up to thousands of miles. a. migrating b. migrated c. migrate d. are migrated 98. Cellulose, which for making paper, can be found in all plants. a. is used b. uses c. are used d. is using 99. , human beings have relatively constant body temperature. a. Alike all mammal b. Alike all mammals c. Like all mammals d. Like all mammal 100. So far there is no vaccine in sight for the common cold. a. or curing b. has cured c. or cure d. having cured 101. The Louisiana Territory, an area the size of France, was bought by the United States from France for $15,000,000 in 1803. a. than more four times b. more than four times c. four times than more d. is four times more than 102. Despite claims that filters and low-tar tobacco make smoking somewhat safer, in fact they only marginally reduce, eliminate the hazards. a. none b. no c. not d. nor 103. many of the designs for the new capital were considered lost forever, Benjamin Banneker helped reproduce the original plans.
  10. a. When b. During c. If as d. How 104. Few natural elements exist in that they are rarely seen in their natural environments. a. such small quantities b. so small quantities c. very small quantities d. small quantity 105. Generally speaking, every person the potential to be a teacher, to some extent. a. has b. to have c. having d. have 106. business, a merger is a combination of two or more corporations under one management. a. The b. At c. On d. In 107. of commodities by air began in the 1920s at the same time as airmail service. a. The shipping b. A ship c. The shipped d. To ship 108. Jan Malzeliger's invention, the shoe-lasting machine, production but it also cut the cost of shoe production by half. a. not only increased b. not increased only c. increased only d. only have increased 109. It can sometimes a home. a. to take months to sell b. take several months to sell c. selling takes several months d. to sell taking several months 110. Jellyfish are probably on Earth. a. most numerous predators b. the most numerous predators c. most numerous of predators d. the most predators 111. In the United States is the most concentrated is New Orleans. a. French influence the city b. the city where French influence c. where the city influences French d. where the French influence the city 112. A log grabber has a long arm , which stretches out to pick up logs. a. calls a jib b. calling a jib c. a jib called d. called a jib 113. A home computer an opportunity for convenient and efficient work at home. a. provides b. to be providing c. which provides d. providing it 114. Eli Whitney's milling machine remained unchanged for a century and a half because was so efficient. a. it b. he c. of d. its 115. Some of the rainwater from clouds evaporates before a. reaching the ground b. to reach the ground
  11. c. reach the ground d. the ground reaches 116. Once an offending allergen has been identified tests, it is possible for the doctor to give specific desensitizing injections. a. means of b. by means of c. of the means by d. by means 117. Sometimes wears people out and is worse than the lack of sleep itself. a. to sleep the desire b. the desire to sleep c. to desire sleep is d. the desire to sleep who 118. Although dissimilar in almost every other respect, birds and insects have both evolved efficient capabilities. a. fly b. flying c. to fly d. is flying 119. The wheel, has remained important for 4,000 years, is one of mankind's first inventions. a. how b. when c. which d. about 120. children master the basics, advanced development becomes easier. a. The b. Once c. That d. Even 121. there is a close correlation between stress and illness. a. Some psychologists believe b. Believed some psychologists c. Some psychologists to believe d. Some psychologists believing 122. is often used in soups and sauces. a. Parsley, an inexpensive herb, b. Parsley is an inexpensive herb c. Inexpensive parsley, herb d. An herb is inexpensive parsley, 123. Perspiration increases vigorous exercise or hot weather. a. during b. when c. at the time d. for 124. Goddard developed the first rocket to fly faster a. than sound is b. does sound c. sound d. than sound 125. Even if the unemployment rate sharply, the drop may still be temporary. a. to drop b. dropping c. have dropped d. drops 126. Studies indicate collecting art today than ever before. a. there are that more people b. more people that are c. that there are more people d. people there are more 127. Thieu Tri was a poet who would pen a verse or two at a moment's notice. a. prolific b. prolifically c. prolificacy d. prolificity 128. I've been to the theater of times.
  12. a. much b. a little c. most of d. few 129. But of the plays I've seen are modern. a. a few of b. a little c. most d. many 130. When I studied Shakespeare, I thought his plays were boring. a. a great deal of b. few c. much d. many 131. of Shakespeare's plays are about history. a. A few of b. Many c. Much d. A little 132. They spent time studying Victorian literature. a. few b. many c. a large number of d. much 133. popular expressions in our language have interesting background. a. Little b. Many c. A large number d. Much 134. At the beginning everybody spoke English very quickly and I couldn't understand But after days, it is easier and things I had learnt came back to me. a. much / a few / many b. a lot / little / a lot c. much / much / a great number d. many / a few / many 135. They in New York next week. a. arrive b. will arrive c. has arrived d. have arrived 6. This is the best performance of Hamlet that I in years. a. had seen b. saw c. have seen d. see 137. They that you are going to be late. a. will know b. know c. knew d. have known 138. The people that I here have been very friendly. a. to meet b. meet c. have met d. had met 139. The plug has come out of the a. sock b. socket c. socking d. soccer 140. She says that she the bill next week. a. pays b. will pay c. has paid d. is paying 141. That is the best book that I on that subject. a. had read b. read c. have read d. am reading 142. Yesterday I met the woman who us with the work next month. a. will help b. helps c. has helped d. is helping 143. That the best movie that I had seen for a long time.
  13. a. will be b. has been c. is d. was 144. He said that he me there at 4.30 this afternoon. a. would meet b. met c. will meet d. meets 145. Maxwell three dollars for the tie he bought at Macy's. a. had paid b. paid c. pays d. would pay 146. The salesman was telling me that he ten cars last week. a. sold b. had sold c. would sell d. has sold 147. Did Bob say that he from Princeton in 1951? a. would graduate b. graduates c. has graduated d. had graduated 148. We bought a used car that had belonged to an old couple who used the car only when they shopping. a. go b. went c. are going d. has gone 149. The man who will replace Mr. Stuart yesterday. a. arrives b. will arrive c. arrived d. has arrived 150. We thought that they to Arizona yesterday. a. would move b. moved c. will move d. had moved 151. We'll wait until she a. arrive b. arrives c. will arrive d. shall arrive 152. Call Jack as soon as you in town. a. get b. gets c. will get d. shall get 153. He knows he has . when he is asked to appear on TV. a. arrived b. arrives c. will arrive d. shall arrive 154. I'll think about your suggestion while I for you. a. am waiting b. will wait c. wait d. waits 155. Before Jack leaves New York, he several new plays. a. see b. saw c. has seen d. had seen 156. They will be very happy when they the news. a. hear b. will hear c. heard d. has heard 157. I always better after I have rested a while. a. feel b. feels c. will feel d. has felt 158. We will have learned many new words before we through this course. a. have got b. got c. get d. will get
  14. 159. It is two o'clock, and I my homework yet. a. haven't finished b. didn't finish c. hadn't finished d. don't finish 160. We usually go out to dinner when we late. a. work b. worked c. has worked d. had worked 161. She will be ready when he here. a. get b. gets c. has got d. will get 162. The child always cries when his mother out of the house. a. go b. goes c. will go d. has gone 163. They often listen to the radio while they in their car. a. is traveling b. travel c. will travel d. has traveled 164. We saw several old friends while we in Baltimore. a. are b. were c. has been d. will be 166. Raymond two new shirts when he was downtown today. a. buy b. bought c. had bought d. has bought 167. After we had had breakfast, we the house. a. leave b. left c. had left d. has left 168. I had heard the news before you me about it. a. tell b. told c. has told d. had told 169. It when I got up this morning. a. rains b. rained c. had rained d. was raining 170. Mary was not feeling well when she down yesterday. a. fall b. fell c. has fallen d. had fallen 171. He signed the contract after he each statement carefully. a. reads b. read c. has read d. had read 172. Jim had just turned out the lights when the doorbell a. rings b. rang c. has rung d. had rung 173. I work so hard that I tired. a. am b. was c. be d. has been 174. I'll return the books to the library if I time. a. have b. had c. will have d. would have 75. Richard left dirty footmarks wherever he a. go b. goes c. went d. had gone
  15. 176. I worked so hard that I tired. a. am b. was c. be d. has been 177. Don't handle those cups and saucers as if they made of iron. a. are b. were c. has been d. had been 178. I am standing where I the game. a. can see b. could see c. can't see d. couldn't see 179. Use the paint-brush as I you yesterday. a. show b. showed c. had showed d. has showed 180. Everywhere I there were dirty footmarks. a. look b. looked c. has looked d. will look 181. We couldn't play the match because the frog too thick. a. is b. be c. was d. will be 182. We shall come and see you if we a holiday. a. have b. will have c. would have d. has had 183. I often avoid to parties. a. go b. to go c. going d. c & d are correct 184. He enjoys a lot. a. smoke b. to smoke c. smokes d. smoking 185. Their mother often suggests with some friends. a. go out b. to go out c. going out d. a & c are correct 186. I don't feel like for a walk now. a. to go b. go c. going d. a & c are correct 187. I'm sorry, I can't remember her last week. a. meet b. to meet c. meeting d. to meeting 188. Well, I'm interested in English. a. learn b. to learn c. learning d. b & c are correct 189. Certainly, It's worth the thesis. a. try to write b. trying to write c. trying writing d. try writing 190. Now, I think she is accustomed eight hours a day. a. work b. to work c. working d. to working 191. The fabric is a material which catch fire easily. a. made of b. made from c. made in d. made
  16. 192. There were signs everywhere people to keep out of the grass in the park. a. to tell b. tell c. telling d. to telling 193. It is very difficult a twin from the other. a. tell b. to tell c. telling d. to telling 194. He is agreeable to Nam’s proposal. a. about b. to c. in d. with 195. There are so many signs along that road down because that road is very slippery. a. warning motorists to slow b. warn motorists to slow c. warn motorists slowing d. to warn motorists slowing 196. Each of these sounds me sleepy. a. make b. made c. makes d. has make 197. Either Minh or his friends going to the beach today. a. is b. are c. was d. were 198. Everyone in the class the novel. a. has read b. have read c. has red d. have red 199. He often his dog when he comes home. a. whistles b. whistle c. is whistling d. are whistling 200. One of the golf clubs in the corner of the room at this moment. a. stand b. stands c. is standing d. are standing 201. One of the rooms an air conditioner. a. contain b. contains c. is containing d. are containing 202. Everyone of the clerks punch the time clock. a. has b. have c. has to d. have to 203. Each of his assistants the telephone. a. answer b. answers c. is answering d. are answering 204. Each of the girls the piano. a. play b. plays c. is playing d. are playing 205. I wonder why the English on the left hand side of the road. a. drive b. drove c. has driven d. had driven 206. He the custom was grounded in good sense. a. say b. said c. has said d. had said
  17. 207. A horse always mounted from the left. a. is b. was c. has been d. had been 208. There no rule about the movement of traffic before the Pope came to visit Paris. a. is b. are c. was d. were 209. Thus a custom born. a. is b. was c. has been d. had been 210. There only one place in the whole of England where it legal to drive on the right. a. is / is b. was / was c. are / is d. were / was 211. The founders of the American nature the custom after the Revolution. a. reverse b. reversed c. has reversed d. had reversed 212. When Bonaparte came along, he it the law of the land. a. makes b. made c. has made d. had made 213. The king just here yesterday. a. comes b. came c. has come d. had come 214. Many people their jobs because of the firm's collapse. a. lose b. lost c. has lost d. had lost 215. I cleaning the floor, and now it's dirty again. a. just finish b. just finished c. have just finished d. had just finished 216. I a ghost in my life. a. never see b. never saw c. have never seen d. had never seen 217. They dinner before coming here. a. have b. had c. have had d. had had 218. He waked up and down until he by the returning warmth. a. is reassured b. was reassured c. has been reassured d. have been reassured 219. I will wait until you back. a. come b. came c. has came d. will come 220. We always take out umbrellas with us when it a. rains b. rained c. has rained d. had rained 221. I sat near the window whenever I a bus. a. take b. took c. has taken d. had taken
  18. 222. It was raining hard when I there. a. get b. got c. has got d. had got 223. She the piano since she was a child. a. plays b. played c. has played d. had played 224. The sun in the east. a. rise b. rose c. rises d. has risen 225. How long do you want me to heat the oil? - Heat it till it to smoke. a. begins b. began c. has begun d. had begun 226. How long are you going to stay here? - I'm going to stay here till my brother his exams. a. finishes b. finished c. would finish d. will finish 227. When will you start the trip?- We'll leave as soon as we our tickets. a. get b. got c. will get d. would get 228. - I'm learning English.- Well, when we English fluently, we may find a good job. a. speak b. spoke c. has spoken d. will speak 229. - By the time you this book, your meal will get cold. - Oh, I only have a few pages left. a. read b. will read c. have read d. had read 230. - Are you taking English courses? - Yes, and my teacher says that when I five courses, I shall be able to speak it quite fluently. a. have taken b. took c. has taken d. will take 231. - Is your father at home? - No, he is away on business. If you have a message for him, I it to him as soon as he home. a. give / gets b. give / will get c. will give / get d. will give / gets 232. - Please tell me how to get to the post office? - Go till you to a square with a statue in the middle; then turn left and you it on your right. a. come / fine b. come / will find c. will come / find d. will come / will find 233. - What did he say before he left for Paris?