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GMAT Sentence Correction

Subjects : gmat, english, grammar
Instructions:
  • Answer 45 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. 'will' express voluntary action or promise






2. singular noun + additives + singular verbs






3. Use 'like' to compare noun






4. Use colon (:) to introduce list






5. 'when' refers to specific time period






6. a number of ... + are






7. Use 'as' to compare non-nouns






8. Use colon (:) to introduce explanation or an example






9. collective noun + is (singular verb)






10. a majority is






11. Use of has had and had had






12. One of the 'plural noun' + is (singular verb)






13. preposition + noun






14. 'If' used to introduce one condition






15. Modifiers - noun example






16. Non countable nouns + is (singular verb)






17. Modifier






18. sometimes countable/ uncountable






19. Use dash (-)






20. much - amount - less + uncountables






21. 'Where' refers to specific location






22. Do it vs. Do so






23. One of the 'plural noun' that/who + are (plaural verb)






24. Either or/ neither nor - make the verb agree with the subject that is closest to it






25. singular pronouns + is (singular verb)






26. many - number - fewer - quantity - little + countables






27. noun - modifiers






28. Always use 'were' with 'would'






29. 'Past Perfect' - two actions taking place in the past with one before the other






30. If ... - (then)






31. The number of ... + is






32. noun - modifiers - verb






33. 'in which' - 'of which' - 'from which' do not need comma






34. noun - which






35. Use semi-colon (;)






36. 'Present Perfect Continous' - action that started in the past and continues into the present






37. 'each other' used for two things






38. a majority of ... are






39. Singular subjects + is (singular verb)






40. 'Present Perfect'- action that happend at unspecified time before now. e.g. experice or changes that has happened over time






41. use 'that' and never use 'to' with 'order' - 'suggest' - 'demand' etc






42. 'Past Perfect Continuous' - action that started in the past and continued until another time in the past






43. 'one another' used for more than two






44. 'whether' used to introduce several possibilities






45. 'going to' express a plan