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Review Test


Subject : Tenses

  1. “Several hotels in this region are closing down.”

“That’s because tourism itself _____ since last year.”

    1. is declining
    2. declining
    3. has been declining
    4. was declining
    5. had declined


  1. “Where is my dictionary? It was on my desk.”

“Perhaps somebody _____ it.”

    1. takes
    2. has taken
    3. is taking
    4. had taken
    5. would take


  1. “I saw Miranda when I _____ for the taxi.”
    1. wait
    2. am waiting
    3. was waiting
    4. have waited
    5. had waited


  1. “You looked so unhappy Anton. What’s the matter?”

“My father _____ his job.”

    1. has just lost
    2. has been losing
    3. was losing
    4. is losing
    5. loses


  1. ASEAN trade ministers _____ the possibilities of developing economic cooperation before they attended the summit meeting last month.
    1. discuss
    2. discussed
    3. had discussed
    4. were discussing
    5. would discuss


  1. “What are you looking?”

“My wallet; I don’t know where I _____ it”

    1. have been putting
    2. am putting
    3. had put
    4. was putting
    5. have put


  1. I can lend the book by the time I _____ reading it
    1. will be finishing
    2. have finished
    3. am finishing
    4. will have finished
    5. would finish


  1. “When did you take the music course?”

“Last year, after I _____ the English and Computer course.”

    1. complete
    2. to complete
    3. have completed
    4. had completed
    5. will have completed


  1. “Where is Tanti?”

“I don’t know. In fact I _____ any of our friends since I arrived.”

    1. did not see
    2. was not seeing
    3. have not seen
    4. do not see
    5. had not seen


  1. I didn’t hear the thunder during the storm last night because _____ soundly.
    1. have been sleeping
    2. had slept
    3. am sleeping
    4. was sleeping
    5. have slept


Subject : Passive Voice


  1. “The bill includes service, doesn’t it?”

“Oh yes. Service _____ in the bill.”

    1. includes
    2. is included
    3. will be included
    4. is including
    5. be included


  1. Komodo _____ to be descendent from dinosaurs
    1. they believe
    2. to believe
    3. is believed
    4. to be believed
    5. are believed


  1. At the moment the old buildings _____ to make a space for parking lot.
    1. demolishing
    2. be demolished
    3. are being demolished
    4. is being demolished
    5. to demolished


  1. “The hotel is suffering a great loss.”

“Yes, only ten percent of their rooms _____

    1. being occupied
    2. occupied
    3. is occupied
    4. are occupied
    5. they are occupied


  1. “which painting will be exhibited tomorrow?”

“We don’t know yet; they _____

    1. are still being selected
    2. are still selecting
    3. still be selected
    4. still selected
    5. still selecting


  1. Nothing _____ since we left.
    1. has been changed
    2. is changed
    3. will be changed
    4. was changed
    5. would be changed


  1. A wooden bridge _____ here next month.
    1. is going to build
    2. is to build
    3. will be built
    4. is building
    5. is build


  1. You can’t enter the rooms because they _____
    1. cleaned
    2. has cleaned
    3. are cleaning
    4. cleans
    5. are being cleaned


  1. “Why does the baby next-door keep crying?”

“As usual, it _____ by the baby sitter.”

    1. is neglecting
    2. is neglected
    3. neglects
    4. is to be neglected
    5. is to neglect


  1. This is a very popular TV program. Every week it _____ by millions of people.
    1. watches
    2. being watch
    3. is watched
    4. has been watching
    5. to be watched


Subject : Conditional Sentences


  1. If I were you, I would leave for Jakarta soon.

From this sentence we can conclude that _____

    1. I am you, so I leave for Jakarta
    2. I was you, So I left for Jakarta
    3. I am you, so I don’t leave for Jakarta
    4. I am not you, so I leave for Jakarta
    5. I am not you, so I don’t leave for Jakarta


  1. If I had a car, I would go to Bali once a month.

It means _____

    1. I didn’t have a car, so I didn’t go to Bali
    2. I don’t have a car, so I don’t go to Bali
    3. I had a car, so I went to Bali
    4. I didn’t have a car, so I went to Bali
    5. I have a car, so I go to Bali


  1. She could have attend the meeting if she had taken the first train.

It means that _____

    1. the first train was late
    2. she didn’t like the meeting
    3. she was too late for the first train
    4. the meeting was cancelled
    5. she stayed at home that day


  1. If our school had been able to get enough sponsors for our marching band, we would have participated in the festival in March.

We may conclude that _____

    1. the donated funds were insufficient
    2. there were many donors
    3. we were not able to go
    4. we succeeded in getting a trophy
    5. we refused to take part


  1. Had I known you did not have any money, I _____ you mine.
    1. would
    2. would have lent
    3. would not lent
    4. did not lend
    5. had lent


  1. If you hadn’t helped me, I _____ the deadline of this project.
    1. would meet
    2. will meet
    3. would meet
    4. will to meet
    5. would have met


  1. “ Do you know that Tanto had withdrawn his money from the bank just before it was liquidated?”

“Oh yes, otherwise he _____ a great deal.”

    1. lost
    2. would lost
    3. has lost
    4. had lost
    5. would have lost


  1. “If they had known the flood was coming, they wouldn’t have stayed in their house.” It means_____
    1. They knew that the flood was coming; therefore, they stayed in their house
    2. They decided to stay in their house although the flood was coming
    3. They could not stay in their house, although the flood was coming
    4. They didn’t know that the flood was coming; therefore, they stayed in their house
    5. They knew that the flood was coming; therefore, they stayed in their house


  1. The man hit by a car yesterday would have died if the doctors had not immediately operated on him.

From the above sentence we may conclude that _____

    1. the man will be immediately operated on
    2. the man is still alive
    3. it’s too late to save the man
    4. the man died after the operation
    5. the doctors did not operate him


  1. “Why didn’t you buy those shoes? You seemed to like them?”

“I would have if they had been cheaper.”

The answer means _____

    1. I didn’t buy shoes
    2. I was not against the price
    3. The shoes were too expensive
    4. I looked for more expensive pair
    5. The shoes were a bargain


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