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\par

\par {\b When you get up every day?}

\par 1) are

\par {\b 2) do}

\par 3) is

\par 4) does

\par

\par {\b She like such music}

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\par 2) dont

\par {\b 3) doesnt}

\par 4) hasnt

\par

\par {\b He his friends every day}

\par 1) mets

\par {\b 2) meets}

\par 3) do meet

\par 4) meet

\par

\par {\b We live in the country}

\par 1) doesnt

\par 2) isnt

\par 3) arent

\par {\b 4) dont}

\par

\par {\b I English every day}

\par 1) have practiced

\par 2) practises

\par 3) practising

\par {\b 4) practice}

\par

\par {\b Where he study?}

\par {\b 1) does}

\par 2) is

\par 3) do

\par 4) has

\par

\par {\b They dictations every lesson}

\par 1) writing

\par {\b 2) write}

\par 3) written

\par 4) is writing

\par

\par {\b He his pen to school yesterday}

\par 1) doesnt bring

\par 2) didnt bringed

\par 3) didnt brought

\par {\b 4) didnt bring}

\par

\par {\b Where did he his car?}

\par {\b 1) buy}

\par 2) bought

\par 3) was buying

\par 4) buyed

\par

\par {\b Ann her bag in the park yesterday}

\par 1) has forgotten

\par 2) forgets

\par {\b 3) forgot}

\par 4) forgotten

\par

\par {\b Where you yesterday?}

\par 1) did

\par {\b 2) were}

\par 3) was

\par 4) went

\par

\par {\b Andrew a fish yesterday}

\par 1) catched

\par 2) catches

\par 3) caughted

\par {\b 4) caught}

\par

\par {\b Andrew didnt a fish yesterday}

\par {\b 1) catch}

\par 2) caught

\par 3) caughted

\par 4) catched

\par

\par {\b Who the door yesterday?}

\par 1) lock

\par 2) has locked

\par {\b 3) locked}

\par 4) locking

\par

\par {\b Where you work next year?}

\par 1) do

\par 2) are

\par 3) did

\par {\b 4) will}

\par

\par {\b She come to your party next week}

\par 1) doesnt

\par {\b 2) wont}

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\par 4) isnt

\par

\par {\b it rain later?}

\par {\b 1) will}

\par 2) do

\par 3) does

\par 4) when

\par

\par {\b Who you in the garden?}

\par 1) is help

\par 2) was help

\par {\b 3) will help}

\par 4) helping

\par

\par {\b He join us to the cinema tonight}

\par {\b 1) wont}

\par 2) hasnt

\par 3) hadnt

\par 4) isnt

\par

\par {\b She a book now}

\par 1) reads

\par 2) doesnt read

\par {\b 3) is reading}

\par 4) was reading

\par

\par {\b you watching a concert?}

\par 1) do

\par 2) have

\par 3) had

\par {\b 4) are}

\par

\par {\b What you drinking?}

\par 1) do

\par {\b 2) are}

\par 3) have

\par 4) will

\par

\par {\b Boys football now}

\par 1) play

\par 2) played

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\par

\par {\b They to music now}

\par 1) were listening

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\par

\par {\b The cat , its sleeping}

\par {\b 1) isnt eating}

\par 2) doesnt eat

\par 3) wont eating

\par 4) werent eating

\par

\par {\b We for you at the moment}

\par 1) do wait

\par 2) dont wait

\par {\b 3) are waiting}

\par 4) arent waited

\par

\par {\b What at 2 oclock yesterday?}

\par 1) have you done

\par 2) did you do

\par {\b 3) were you doing}

\par 4) did

\par

\par {\b They coffee, when I came in}

\par 1) dont drink

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\par 3) are drinking

\par 4) was drunk

\par

\par {\b When she entered the classroom, the students }

\par 1) standed

\par 2) staying

\par {\b 3) were standing}

\par 4) have stood

\par

\par {\b He at his report at that time yesterday}

\par 1) works

\par 2) will work

\par 3) was worked

\par {\b 4) was working}

\par

\par {\b I in the park , when I met Jane}

\par {\b 1) was walking}

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\par 4) dont

\par

\par {\b The teacher was the rule, when the student entered the classroom}

\par 1) explain

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\par {\b 4) explaining}

\par

\par {\b She playing the piano at 3 am yesterday}

\par 1) didnt

\par 2) isnt

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\par 4) hasnt been

\par

\par {\b What at 2 oclock tomorrow?}

\par 1) will you do

\par {\b 2) will you be doing}

\par 3) will you have done

\par 4) will you have been doing

\par

\par {\b She at this time tomorrow}

\par 1) will have cooked

\par 2) will cook

\par {\b 3) will be cooking}

\par 4) cooks

\par

\par {\b He at his report at this time tomorrow}

\par {\b 1) will be working}

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\par 3) do cooking

\par 4) have worked

\par

\par {\b They will for you at 3 oclock tomorrow}

\par 1) waiting

\par 2) have waiting

\par 3) waited

\par {\b 4) be waiting}

\par

\par {\b I have just your letter}

\par {\b 1) read}

\par 2) reading

\par 3) being read

\par 4) readed

\par

\par {\b He all his money today}

\par 1) is losing

\par 2) had lost

\par {\b 3) has lost}

\par 4) losed

\par

\par {\b We him recently}

\par 1) meeted

\par 2) have been met

\par 3) are met

\par {\b 4) have met}

\par

\par {\b He his hometask already and he can join us}

\par {\b 1) has done}

\par 2) is doing

\par 3) had done

\par 4) will do

\par

\par {\b They their house already}

\par 1) have selled

\par 2) sold

\par {\b 3) have sold}

\par 4) are selling

\par

\par {\b Do you want some tea?- No, thank you I a cup of coffee already}

\par 1) has drunk

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\par 3) had drunk

\par {\b 4) have drunk}

\par

\par {\b Mark me a letter before he moved to London}

\par {\b 1) had sent}

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\par 3) will send

\par 4) sended

\par

\par {\b Ann the door a day before the guests came to his house}

\par {\b 1) had painted}

\par 2) has painted

\par 3) will paint

\par 4) paints

\par

\par {\b The students their exams a week before they went to the seaside}

\par 1) passed

\par 2) have passed

\par {\b 3) had passed}

\par 4) were being passed

\par

\par {\b I my car a day before and I could not dive him a lift to the town yesterday}

\par 1) have sold

\par {\b 2) had sold}

\par 3) had been sold

\par 4) am selling

\par

\par {\b A dog a man in the street and they put it on a chain yesterday}

\par {\b 1) had bitten}

\par 2) is biting

\par 3) ill bite

\par 4) has bitten

\par

\par {\b He his sisters car a day before she returned from Spain}

\par 1) is fixing

\par {\b 2) had fixed}

\par 3) has fixed

\par 4) will fix

\par

\par {\b Ann her car by the time you return}

\par 1) is washing

\par 2) had washed

\par 3) has washed

\par {\b 4) will have washed}

\par

\par {\b I the project by Friday}

\par {\b 1) will have written}

\par 2) will be written

\par 3) has written

\par 4) am writing

\par

\par {\b Students their exams by the beginning of their summer internship}

\par 1) will be passing

\par 2) will have been passed

\par {\b 3) will have passed}

\par 4) were passed

\par

\par {\b They a new school by the time you go to school}

\par {\b 1) will have built}

\par 2) will be built

\par 3) had built

\par 4) are building

\par

\par {\b I windows for 20 minutes already}

\par 1) am washing

\par {\b 2) have been washing}

\par 3) has washed

\par 4) was washing

\par

\par {\b I have been waiting for you morning}

\par 1) from

\par 2) for

\par {\b 3) since}

\par 4) without

\par

\par {\b She has been trying to catch a fly half an hour already}

\par 1) since

\par {\b 2) for}

\par 3) to

\par 4) till

\par

\par {\b You looking at that girl for half an hour Do you like her?}

\par 1) are

\par 2) were

\par 3) has

\par {\b 4) have been}

\par

\par {\b Children flowers for two weeks already}

\par 1) has been planting

\par {\b 2) have been planting}

\par 3) dont plant

\par 4) have plant

\par

\par {\b My parents abroad since 1999}

\par 1) are working

\par 2) were working

\par 3) have been worked

\par {\b 4) have been working}

\par

\par {\b I Jane since last Christmas}

\par 1) didnt see

\par {\b 2) havent seen}

\par 3) wasnt seen

\par 4) has seen

\par

\par {\b He has been trying to win your heart childhood}

\par 1) from

\par {\b 2) since}

\par 3) for

\par 4) till

\par

\par {\b He at his project for tree years already, when they invited him to the national research team}

\par 1) was working

\par 2) had been worked

\par {\b 3) had been working}

\par 4) has been working

\par

\par {\b Alice John for five years and she couldnt leave him at once}

\par {\b 1) had been dating}

\par 2) has been dating

\par 3) dating

\par 4) have dated

\par

\par {\b They had that product for a year, before it appeared in shops}

\par {\b 1) been advertising}

\par 2) being advertised

\par 3) advertised

\par 4) advertising

\par

\par {\b He Spanish for two years, before he got an invitation to Spain}

\par 1) studied

\par 2) was studying

\par 3) had studied

\par {\b 4) had been studying}

\par

\par {\b Children for two hours already when their parents come back}

\par 1) will sleep

\par {\b 2) will have been sleeping}

\par 3) will be slept

\par 4) are sleeping

\par

\par {\b They for years before they can solve such a difficult task}

\par {\b 1) will have been studying}

\par 2) will be studied

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\par 4) advertising

\par

\par {\b The exam was quite easy- we expected}

\par 1) more easy that

\par {\b 2) easier than}

\par 3) more easy than

\par 4) the easiest than

\par

\par {\b He wrote story in the whole class}

\par {\b 1) the most interesting}

\par 2) the more interesting

\par 3) most interesting

\par 4) ore interesting

\par

\par {\b Mary is sure, she has parents}

\par 1) the goodest

\par {\b 2) the best}

\par 3) the most good

\par 4) the better

\par

\par {\b They bought car in the world}

\par 1) he more bad

\par 2) worst

\par 3) the baddest

\par {\b 4) the worst}

\par

\par {\b The train is than a plane}

\par 1) cheap

\par 2) the cheapest

\par {\b 3) cheaper}

\par 4) more cheaper

\par

\par {\b He is one of actors in the cinema world}

\par {\b 1) the most fantastic}

\par 2) the more fantastic

\par 3) more fantastic

\par 4) most fantastic

\par

\par {\b He lives from the station than my uncle}

\par 1) farer

\par 2) more far

\par {\b 3) urther}

\par 4) the furthest

\par

\par {\b Her dress is my dress}

\par 1) more expensive that

\par 2) expensiver than

\par 3) the most expensive

\par {\b 4) more expensive than}

\par

\par {\b You dont know that man, ?}

\par 1) are you

\par 2) arent you

\par {\b 3) do you}

\par 4) could you

\par

\par {\b She has returned already, ?}

\par 1) isnt she

\par {\b 2) hasnt she}

\par 3) doesnt she

\par 4) wasnt she

\par

\par {\b They won the last championship, ?}

\par {\b 1) didnt they}

\par 2) did they

\par 3) will they

\par 4) werent they

\par

\par {\b Your brother is the best football player, ?}

\par {\b 1) isnt he}

\par 2) hasnt he

\par 3) doesnt he

\par 4) wasnt he

\par

\par {\b They wont help us, ?}

\par 1) do they

\par 2) are they

\par 3) could they

\par {\b 4) will they}

\par

\par {\b She studies German, ?}

\par 1) isnt she

\par 2) hasnt she

\par {\b 3) doesnt she}

\par 4) will she

\par

\par {\b Mark can consult you on this problem, ?}

\par 1) doesnt he

\par 2) wont he

\par 3) isnt he

\par {\b 4) cant he}

\par

\par {\b He forgot the last words of the poem, ?}

\par 1) doesnt he

\par {\b 2) didnt he}

\par 3) isnt he

\par 4) wont he

\par

\par {\b He plays rugby for his school team, ?}

\par {\b 1) doesnt he}

\par 2) didnt he

\par 3) isnt he

\par 4) wont he

\par

\par {\b Children didnt come to her party, ?}

\par 1) do they

\par 2) are they

\par {\b 3) did they}

\par 4) will they

\par

\par {\b They a new school already}

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\par 4) will be built

\par

\par {\b She new words right now}

\par 1) studies

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\par {\b 3) is studying}

\par 4) to study

\par

\par {\b He her things away a week before she decided to come back to him}

\par {\b 1) had thrown}

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\par 3) has thrown

\par 4) threws

\par

\par {\b Your wife your things away by the time you make up your mind to come back}

\par 1) had thrown

\par {\b 2) will have thrown}

\par 3) has thrown

\par 4) threws

\par

\par {\b He his bag when I came to see him off}

\par 1) has packed

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\par 3) is packing

\par {\b 4) was packing}

\par

\par {\b Mary her flat thorough cleaning at the beginning of each season}

\par 1) had given

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\par

\par {\b They in their projects in a week}

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\par

\par {\b I anything new since last Easter}

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\par 3) am buying

\par 4) will have bought

\par

\par {\b We in that concert}

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\par 4) werent participate

\par

\par {\b They under the bridge last night}

\par 1) had slept

\par 2) will sleep

\par 3) are sleeping

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\par

\par {\b Students their test this week}

\par 1) had written

\par 2) has been writing

\par {\b 3) have written}

\par 4) did wrote

\par

\par {\b They in this field for years before they discover anything}

\par 1) are working

\par 2) had been working

\par {\b 3) will have been working}

\par 4) worked

\par

\par {\b He a map before we departed}

\par {\b 1) had lost}

\par 2) will have lost

\par 3) has lost

\par 4) will lose

\par

\par {\b The weather today is than it was yesterday}

\par 1) more warm

\par 2) warming

\par 3) the warmest

\par {\b 4) warmer}

\par

\par {\b These instructions are I have ever seen}

\par 1) more complicated

\par {\b 2) the most complicated}

\par 3) that complicated

\par 4) most complicated

\par

\par {\b Government departments may be authorized to make, amend, , or replace regulations}

\par 1) proposed law

\par {\b 2) repeal}

\par 3) overruling

\par 4) legislation

\par

\par {\b A legislature can change a statute by it, by repealing it or by passing a new law on the same subject}

\par 1) initiative

\par 2) approval

\par 3) rejection

\par {\b 4) amending}

\par

\par {\b Social conditions are continually changing, and so the law must change or it will become }

\par 1) court decision

\par 2) administrative action

\par {\b 3) outdated}

\par 4) changes

\par

\par {\b In a referendum, a law or a proposed law is submitted to the for their approval or rejection}

\par {\b 1) voters}

\par 2) constitution

\par 3) precedent

\par 4) government

\par

\par {\b Every nation changes its laws in the manner that its political system}

\par 1) expand

\par {\b 2) prescribes}

\par 3) dictatorship

\par 4) overrule

\par

\par {\b A precedent can normally be overruled only by a }

\par 1) referendum

\par 2) initiative

\par 3) administrative action

\par {\b 4) higher court}

\par

\par {\b Government departments may also be to interpret an old regulation to meet changing conditions}

\par {\b 1) authorized}

\par 2) canceling

\par 3) approve

\par 4) higher court

\par

\par {\b In an initiative, a group of citizen s proposes a law, which is then approved by the or by referendum}

\par 1) constitution

\par {\b 2) legislature}

\par 3) precedent

\par 4) dictatorship

\par

\par {\b Legislatures may change the laws as well as them}

\par {\b 1) make}

\par 2) written constitution

\par 3) passing a new law

\par 4) regulations

\par

\par {\b The new constitution can not until it has been approved by referendum}

\par 1) amend

\par 2) expand

\par {\b 3) take effect}

\par 4) repeal

\par

\par {\b is a punishment imposed only if you commit a further crime}

\par {\b 1) a suspended sentence}

\par 2) penal servitude

\par 3) death

\par 4) constitution

\par

\par {\b is a large sum of money to pay}

\par 1) solitary confinement

\par 2) penal servitude

\par 3) corporal punishment

\par {\b 4) a heavy fine}

\par

\par {\b can be in the form of whipping or beating}

\par 1) eviction

\par {\b 2) corporal punishment}

\par 3) solitary confinement

\par 4) probation

\par

\par {\b When a person is imprisoned completely alone we call it }

\par {\b 1) solitary confinement}

\par 2) penal servitude

\par 3) corporal punishment

\par 4) a heavy fine

\par

\par {\b is another name for death penalty}

\par 1) internment

\par 2) probation

\par {\b 3) capital punishment}

\par 4) a prison sentence

\par

\par {\b predetermines regular meetings with a social worker}

\par {\b 1) probation}

\par 2) penal servitude

\par 3) capital punishment

\par 4) solitary confinement

\par

\par {\b predetermines being made to do specially hard work while in prison}

\par 1) probation

\par {\b 2) penal servitude}

\par 3) capital punishment

\par 4) solitary confinement

\par

\par {\b predetermines removing a person from a house or land by law}

\par {\b 1) eviction}

\par 2) corporal punishment

\par 3) solitary confinement

\par 4) probation

\par

\par {\b predetermines limiting the freedom of movement esp for political reasons}

\par 1) capital punishment

\par 2) penal servitude

\par {\b 3) internment}

\par 4) solitary confinement

\par

\par {\b A period of time in jail is called }

\par 1) eviction

\par 2) a heavy fine

\par {\b 3) a prison nsentence}

\par 4) corporal punishment

\par

\par {\b Young people who are accused of crimes are tried by a special court called thecourt}

\par 1) assault

\par 2) offender

\par 3) punishment

\par {\b 4) juvenile}

\par

\par {\b If the injury you cause in the attack is very serious it is called }

\par 1) citizen

\par {\b 2) grievous bodily harm}

\par 3) guilty

\par 4) juvenile

\par

\par {\b The law can punish criminals in many different ways, but most people would agree that the worst a court can give is the death sentence}

\par 1) offender

\par 2) fine

\par {\b 3) punishment}

\par 4) juvenile

\par

\par {\b A person who commits a criminal offence is called a criminal, or }

\par 1) assault

\par {\b 2) offender}

\par 3) punishment

\par 4) juvenile

\par

\par {\b If you attack another person illegally you will be tried for unlawful }

\par {\b 1) assault}

\par 2) offender

\par 3) punishment

\par 4) juvenile

\par

\par {\b Under the British Nationality Act 1981 a person may become a British by being born in the UK to a parent who is British}

\par 1) actual bodily harm

\par 2) grievous bodily harm

\par {\b 3) citizen}

\par 4) juvenile

\par

\par {\b If you physically hurt or injure the person you attack, you will be tried for unlawful assault causing }

\par {\b 1) actual bodily harm}

\par 2) punishment

\par 3) citizen

\par 4) juvenile

\par

\par {\b To punish a minor offence the court may order the criminal to pay a sum of money called a }

\par 1) actual bodily harm

\par 2) grievous bodily harm

\par 3) citizen

\par {\b 4) fine}

\par

\par {\b Hiring more police officers and throwing more people into prison does not crime}

\par 1) amend

\par {\b 2) reduce}

\par 3) assault

\par 4) take effect

\par

\par {\b The nations with the approach to crime have the most of it}

\par {\b 1) toughest}

\par 2) poverty

\par 3) lack of moral instructions

\par 4) variety

\par

\par {\b Real causes of crime are: media violence and }

\par 1) actual bodily harm

\par 2) grievous bodily harm

\par 3) penal servitude

\par {\b 4) income inequality}

\par

\par {\b It was found that the best of later aggression was a heavy childhood diet of TV violence}

\par 1) poverty

\par {\b 2) predictor}

\par 3) income inequality

\par 4) access to guns

\par

\par {\b The studies found that the states with the most inequality had the highest rates of }

\par {\b 1) violent crime}

\par 2) the toughest approach

\par 3) strong correlation

\par 4) debatable

\par

\par {\b Another word for the word imprisonment
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