Test 5 GRAMMAR

  1. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. CATEGORIES.
  2. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. DIVISION OF GRAMMAR
  3. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. GRAMMATICAL MEANING
  4. CATEGORIAL GRAMMAR. MORPHOLOGY
  5. Chapter 1. General Notions of Grammar
  6. DISTRIBUTIONAL GRAMMAR. BASIC NOTIONS.
  7. DISTRIBUTIONAL GRAMMAR. IMMEDIATE CONSTITUENTS

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1. My brother___too young to do this work.

A) are B) does C) is D) has

2. He___friends in many towns.

A) is B) are C) have D) has

3. Do you need___new job?

A) the B) a C) an D) -

4. Janet sat down on___chair. ___chair was near the window.

A) the ... The B) the ... A C) a ... The D) a ... A

5. She's much___her sister.

A) taller that B) more tall than C) taller than D) more tall that

6. The building is very high, but ___windows are small.

A) his B) her C) their D) its

7. He left___standing in the street.

A) my B) me C) I D) mine

8. I must___these sentences into English.

A) to translate B) translate C) translating D) translates

9. The sentences were too difficult___.

A) translating B) have translated C) translate D) to translate

10. He___a letter to his friend yesterday.

A) wrote B) will write C) is writing D) have written

11. Bim is behind Jack. Jack is___Bim.

A) between B) beside C) in front of D) next

12. Everyone in the office has to be___by 8 o'clock.

A) in job B) at work C) in work D) at job

13. Peter is not at the university now, he___in his room.

A) read B) was reading C) is reading D) has read

14. He___taking his exam just now.

A) will B) has C) is D) was

15. The letter___in pencil and it war difficult to read it.

A) is writing B) has written C) writes D) was written




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