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  1. The brochure notes that in the seminar the importance that communication is a two-way process will be emphasized.

  (A) importance that communication is a two-way process will be emphasized

  (B) importance of communication as a two-way process will be emphasized

  (C) importance of communication being a two-way process will be the emphasis

  (D) fact will be emphasized that communication is a two-way process and of importance

  (E) emphasis will be that communication being a two-way process is important

  2. In the 1950’s astronomers were divided between those who believed the universe began in a cosmic explosion (the “big bang”) with those who favored the model of an eternal and infinite steady-state universe.

  (A) universe began in a cosmic explosion (the “big bang”) with

  (B) universe began with a cosmic explosion (the “big bang”) and

  (C) universe had a beginning a cosmic explosion (the “big bang”) or

  (D) universe’s beginning was a cosmic explosion (the “big bang”) or

  (E) universe’s beginning was a cosmic explosion (the “big bang”) against

  3. Most large companies prefer customized computer software because it can be molded to fit the way a company does business, when off-the-shelf software often requires the company to alter its procedures to fit the software.

  (A) when

  (B) since

  (C) whereas

  (D) because

  (E) insofar as

  4. Stable interest rates on long-term bonds are the financial market’s vote of confidencein the Federal Reserve keeping in control of inflation.

  (A) in the Federal Reserve keeping in control of inflation

  (B) that the Federal Reserve will keep inflation under control

  (C) for the Federal Reserve, that it would keep control of inflation

  (D) that inflation will be kept control of by the Federal Reserve

  (E) that inflation would be kept control of by the Federal Reserve

  5. The Forbidden City in Beijing, from which the emperors ruled by heavenly mandate, was a site which a commoner or foreigner could not enter without any permission, on pain of death.

  (A) which a commoner or foreigner could not enter without any permission,

  (B) which a commoner or foreigner could enter without any permission only

  (C) which no commoner or foreigner could enter without permission,

  (D) which, without permission, neither commoner or foreigner could only enter,

  (E) which, to enter without permission, neither commoner or foreigner could do,

  6. Citing evidence that the carbon dioxide content of the atmosphere has increased more than seven percent in the last 30 years, many scientists have expressed a fear ofdestroying forests and continued use of fossil fuels will cause an irreversible shift in Earth’s climatic pattern.

  (A) many scientists have expressed a fear of destroying forests and continued use of

  (B) many scientists have expressed a fear that destruction of forests and continued use of

  (C) many scientists have expressed a fear that destruction of forests and continually using

  (D) a fear that many scientists have expressed is that destroying forests and continually using

  (E) a fear that many scientists have expressed is that destruction of forests and continual using of

  7. Rather than continue to produce most of the items necessary for subsistence, a growing number of farm families during the first decades of the nineteenth century began to specialize in the production of grain or cotton and to use the cash proceeds from selling their crops for buying necessities.

  (A) selling their crops for buying

  (B) the sales of their crops for buying

  (C) their selling of crops so as to buy

  (D) their selling crops for buying of

  (E) the sale of their crops to buy

  8. The United States government employs a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than any government.

  (A) a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than any

  (B) a much larger proportion of women in trade negotiations than does any other

  (C) much larger proportions of women in trade negotiations than has any

  (D) proportions of women in trade negotiations that are much larger than any

  (E) proportions of women in trade negotiations that are much larger than any other

  9. Prompted by new evidence that the health risk posed by radon gas is far more serious than was previously thought, property owners are being advised by authorities to test all dwellings below the third floor for radon gas and to make repairs as needed.

  (A) property owners are being advised by authorities to

  (B) property owners are advised by authorities that they should

  (C) authorities are advising property owners to

  (D) authorities are advising property owners they

  (E) authorities’ advice to property owners is they should

  10. A migraine typically afflicts one side of the head, lasts for hours or days, and may recur as infrequently as once every other month or often, as daily.

  (A) as infrequently as once every other month or often, as

  (B) as infrequently as once every other month or as often as

  (C) infrequently, as often as once every other month, or often, like

  (D) infrequently, like once every other month, or often, like

  (E) infrequently, like once every other month, or as often as

  11. Founded in 1983, the magazine increased its circulation more than double since then, and its advertising.

  (A) increased its circulation more than double since then,

  (B) has since increased its circulation more than double,

  (C) has since more than doubled its circulation

  (D) since then more than doubled its circulation

  (E) more than doubled its circulation since then

  12. Although all the proceedings of the Communist party conference held in Moscow were not carried live, Soviet audiences have seen a great deal of coverage.

  (A) all the proceedings of the Communist party conference held in Moscow were not carried live

  (B) all the Communist party conference’s Moscow proceedings were not carried live

  (C) all the Communist party conference Moscow proceedings have not been carried alive

  (D) not all the Communist party conference Moscow proceedings have been carried alive

  (E) not all the proceedings of the Communist party conference held in Moscow were carried live

  13. Some analysts point out that because people are becoming accustomed to a steadyinflation rate of four to five percent, businesses found that they could raise prices according to this amount without thereby provoking strong public reaction.

  (A) found that they could raise prices according to this amount without thereby provoking

  (B) found that they were capable of raising prices by this amount and not provoke

  (C) find that they are capable of raising prices by this amount and not provoke

  (D) are finding that they can raise prices by this amount without provoking

  (E) are finding that they can raise prices according to this amount and will not thereby provoke

  14. Although it was once funded entirely by the government, the Victoria and Albert Museum was one of the first of Britain’s national museums seeking support fromcorporations and private donors and to increase income by increasing attendance.

  (A) one of the first of Britain’s national museums seeking support from

  (B) one of Britain’s first national museums seeking support of

  (C) among Britain’s first national museums to seek support of

  (D) among the first of Britain’s national museums to seek support from

  (E) among Britain’s first national museums that have sought the support of

  15. In 1933 the rubber, clothing, and shipbuilding industries put into effect a six-hour workday, believing it a seeming permanent accommodation rather than a temporary expedient for what many observers thought was an economy made overproductive by advances in technology.

  (A) believing it a seeming permanent accommodation rather than a temporary expedient for what many observers thought was

  (B) believing it a seeming permanent accommodation instead of a temporary expedient for what many observers thought was

  (C) believing that it was not a temporary expedient but a seeming permanent accommodation to what many observers thought of as a

  (D) not as a temporary expedient but as a seemingly permanent accommodation to what many observers thought was

  (E) not as a temporary expedient but believing it a seemingly permanent accommodation for what many observers thought

  16. Unlike Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, and other expatriates, William Carlos Williams insisted that poets honor their own regions and employ specifically American rhythms.

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