Right form of verbs

Model Test No. 1
(a) Sabrina said that she already (finish) all her courses.
(b) What you (do) now?
(c) They (learn) English for seven days.
(d) We must invent the ways of (increase) our wealth again.
(e) A pair of shoes (be) on the table.
(f) She proceeded as though I (not speak).
(g) Had you much money, you (buy) a car.
Answer: (a) Sabrina said that she had already finished all her courses. (b) What are you doing now? (c) have been learning (d) increasing (e) is (f) had not spoken. (g) would have bought

Model Test No. 2
(a) I wish I (sing) a folk song.
(b) The play just (begin).
(c) If you wanted, I (help) you.
(d) English (speak) all over the world.
(e) I have (had) my revenge at last.
(f) He (visit) his mother every week.
(g) French is not easy to (learn).
Answer : (a) sang, (b) has just bigun, (c) would help, (d) is spoken, (e) had, (f) visits, (g) learn.

Model Test No. 3
In Dhaka city we (a) ––––– (live) in a polluted environment. It is (b) ––––– (become) more and more polluted day by day. We know that a sound environment (c) ––––– (ensure) a sound life. The people are (d) ––––– (be) attacked with various diseases. It must be (e) ––––– (check) immediately.
Answer : (a) Live/are living (b) becoming (c) can ensure / ensures, (d) being (e) checked.

Model Test No. 4
Written English (a) ––––– (to be) not always the same as spoken English. In sopken English, many people (b) ––––– (to be) not careful about the way they (c) ––––– (wording) sentences. The sentences should be (d) ––––– (write) properly. If not, sentence making will not (e) ––––– (prove) successful.
Answer : (a) is (b) are (c) word / are wording (d) written (e) prove.

Model Test No. 5
Man is never (a) ––––– (satisfy) with what he has (b) ––––– (know) and (c) ––––– (see). He (d) ––––– (want) to see and know more and more. This curiosity, (e) ––––– (couple) with his indomitable spirit of adverture has promoted him to undertake difficult tasks.
Answer : (a) satisfied (b) known (c) seen (d) wants (e) coupled.

Model Test No. 6
We (a) ––––– (to start) for Dhaka early in the morning. Our bus (b) ––––– (to run) fast. We saw farmers (c) ––––– (to work) in the fields. The man (d) ––––– (to seat) beside me looked thoughtful. For his only son (e) ––––– (to go) to leave Bangladesh soon.
Answer : (a) started (b) was running (c) working (d) seated (e) was going.

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