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English | IBA-MBA
Grammar Medium 3
1Popular magazines are not appropriate in school libraries, because it is not benefiting students educationally.
2Movie critics have had to alter their perspectives on what constitutes a “feature film” in order to accommodate this new batch of documentaries.
3Taking time off from her job as an attorney, it was Courtney’s intention to teach math to middle school students in Boston.
4Printmakers can produce images using a wide range of surfaces, including stone for lithographs, metal for etchings, and screen-printing, which employs fabric plates.
5Having run with little effort for over an hour, Jane was disheartened to feel a sudden pain in her knee.
6Despite (A) having fared poorly in each of the last five seasons,(B) the cheerleaders on the squad remained confident (C) in their ability to defeat any team (D) in their division. No error (E)
7Neither the members of the audience or the reporters (A) for the local press were surprised (B) by the lack (C) of decorum demonstrated (D)by the debate participants. No error (E)
8The reluctance of the top ambassadors to initiate (A)diplomatic exchanges with (B) neighboring countries were (C) baffling to many observers.(D) No error (E)
9Because (A) the Raiders so dominated their opponents in the first seven games, many local sports journalists predicted that they would go undefeated, and after (B) several key players sustained (C) serious injuries, the press became far less (D) optimistic. No error (E)
10The agreement among the many warring factions were (A) temporary, requiring (B) the parties to meet again (C) in several months to resolve other important issues (D) still in dispute. No error (E)