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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4746: QCM = ' Multiple Choice Questions => MCQ
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    QCM = ' Multiple Choice Questions => MCQ

    Do you now know what they do ( so as to live - from living - for a living - to live ) ? * => for a living
    James was so tired ( that to go to bed at 8.00 - as to go to bed at 8.00 - as going to bed at 8.00 - for going to bed at 8.00 ). * => as to go to go to bed at 8.00.

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    1. Mr Inlaw comes from the NDP, as (do - are - come - well) his supporters.
    2. He would starve to death rather than (have asked - ask - to ask - to have asked) a loan.
    3. She was so shy (that to refuse - as to refuse - as refusing - for refusing) all invitations.
    4. We were informed that you were not at (office - the office).
    5. (None - Every one - No one - One) can't always be the best.
    6. There is no reason (which - that - why - because) anyone should behave so cruelly.
    7. Tom said he would collect it when he (came - should come - would come - comes) back.
    8. He suddendly revealed a tenacity that many had feared (was missing - missed - to miss - had missed).
    9. We felt it was a movement unable to resist for (more time - any more - much longer - any length).
    10. It was easy to guess what they had been doing (from living - so as to live - for a living - to live).
    11. My parents had tried to make an artist of me, but I refused to be made (that - him - it - one).
    12. As we now know how it works, we have the conviction (as - how - why - that) it works rather well.

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