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Directions (1-5): Answer the following questions by selecting the most appropriate option.
Q1. A foreigner asked: “How do English people spend their Sundays?”
A foreigner asked how ___ their Sundays.
a) do english people spend
b) did english people spend
c) english people spent
Q2. The secretary said to the visitor: “ When did you graduate from the University?”
The secretary asked the visitor ___ .
a) when he graduates from the university.
b) when did he graduate from the university.
c) when he had graduated from the university.
d) when did she graduate from the university.
Q3. What will you do if Jack is out when you come?
She asked me ___ .
a) what would i do if jack was out when i came
b) what i will do if jack is out when i come
c) what i would do if jack was out when i came
d) what jack would do if i was out when he came
Q4 “Have you seen my daughter?” a woman is asking her neighbor.
A woman is asking her neighbor ___ her daughter.
a) has she seen
b) have i seen
c) if she has seen
d) if they have seen
Q5. The sergeant said that nothing ___ from the two boys since they ___ at the Victoria Station.
a) was heard / saw
b) will be heard / were seen
c) had been heard / were seen
d) had heard / saw
Directions (6-10): Fill in the blanks by selecting the most appropriate option.
It is the nature of athletic records that they are broken and their place is taken by new ones . Yet in many sports __(6)__, there is a mark which is not __(7)__ in itself, but which becomes a legend as athletes __(8)__ to break it. The most __(9)__ of these is the attempt to run the mile in __(10)__ than four minutes.
b) try on
c) try out
d) try for
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