English Grammar Assessment 2

Choose the appropriate options to complete the sentences.

1. Right now, an important meeting..... during which the committee......the future of the project.

A) has been held / decides
B) is being held / is going to decide
C) is holding / decides
D) was held / is deciding
E) held / has decided

2. Stephen King......many bestsellers since his first book......in 1974.

A) is writing / was being published
B) was writing / had been published
C) had written / has been published
D) wrote / is published
E) has written / was published

3. .......had I left the shop......I remembered that I'd left my credit card there.

A) Either/ or
B) The more /the less
C) Neither/ nor
D) Both / and
E) No sooner/than

4. The local cinema is losing business, since most people in the town......to the bigger cinema at the shopping mall outside of town.

A) must have gone
B) ought to go
C) would rather go
D) could be going
E) had better go

5. Mike's looking very happy today- Sarah......to go out with him.

A) must have agreed
B) should agree
C) would have agreed
D) had better agree
E) used to agree

6. Hawaii and Lebanon are two places ...... you can ski in the morning and sunbathe on the beach in the afternoon.

A) what
B) when
C) where
D) whose
E) which

7. While......in New York City during the 1980s, Eyiem was surprised ...... how many languages were spoken there.

A) live / heard
B) having lived / hearing
C) lived / to be hearing
D) to live / being heard
E) living /to hear

8. ...... all her eggs In the basket, Ella went confidently to the market, where she hoped......them all.

A) Having placed / to sell
B) To be placed / selling
C) To have placed / having sold
D) To place / being sold
E) Placing / to be sold

9. The electricity was off all day today, so no one could use their fans or air conditioners, even though it was one of ...... days of the year.

A) too hot
B) the hottest
C) such a hot
D) as hot
E) so hot

10. If ...... book is like the first chapter, then I don't think I'm going to read ...... of it.

A) every / something
B) all of/ no longer
C) each / nothing
D) the whole / any more
E) most / everything

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