Autoevaluacion ingles v (4)

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Título del test:
Autoevaluacion ingles v (4)

Descripción:
checa que tal andas de ingles nivel V

Autor:
Jose Juan
(Otros tests del mismo autor)

Fecha de Creación:
11/07/2013

Categoría:
Idiomas

Número de preguntas: 49
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I had never seen such a ________ dog before. It must be newly born. Tiny narrow minimum decreased.
You shouldn't ______ your time like that. Ease chat boast waste.
The baby was _______ up blocks to form a tower. Spreading breeding arousing piling.
If was Jonh who hid our books. There's no _______ about it. Doubt foal guiad toll.
The glasses didn't break because I packed them ______. Straightly permanently carefully respectively.
They have an interesting _______ of photographs at the "Museum of Modern Arts". Output feature display ornate.
Harry is a very ______ person. He is always kind and considerate. Think thinking thoughtfully thoughtful.
Helen expected to receive an enormous stone in her engagement ring, but she only received a ______ pearl. Mayor tiny mild huge.
The candidates for best actos are Bert Rainbows and Roger Bedford. I ______ Roger Bedford. am for stand for stand on am on.
Jack left because he could't ______ for the infidelity of his wife. Set pay look stand.
Mrs. Craig has been absent for two weeks because she is ill _____ hepatitis. of off for with.
Please, _______ me _____ ar the entrance of the house. It's raining very hard. drop/off drive/off drop/out drive/out.
My brother is doing ______ his work. Ugly plants better mistake.
Miss Jones is ______ out for that role. She's the actress we need. Put cut got set.
Tom is always enthusiastic _____ sports. about with from of.
She made _________ an awful mistake no harm to anybody much better the second time fifty miles an hour on the trip.
Mrs. Smith is very _______ of sophisticated works. un charge annoyed cut out fond.
Ralph _______ have _______ the situation. He's too immature. should/not understood could/not understood could not/ understood should not/ understood.
If you _______ better, you _______ have some fruit. feel/coould feel/can would feel/could will feel/can.
I could clearly smell something ______ in the kitchen Burneo burns burnt burning.
If Jane ______ me I ______ go to her party next Friday. invited/will invites/will will invite/can would invite/can.
Sally is very weak. I'm sure she ______ not _______ the bags by herself. might/have carried might have/carried could/have carried could have/carried.
Unfortunately, many contries are still ______ developed in un dis mis.
Robert can't give a lecture. He is an _______ literate. Im un in il.
Billy saw the man _______ his mother's handbag took takes taking to take.
I watched the cat _______ in the rain. running torun runs ran.
At her death in 1695 Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz left a remariable body of writing-religious, courtly, and popular poems in a wide variety of verse forms; intellectual treatises; religious and secular plays; a long epistemological poem, “Primero Sueño”; and an autobiographical essay, the “Respuesta a Sor Filotea”, which, to date, remains the most reliable literary portrait we have of this womanof genius. What we snow of sor Juana merely awakens our appetite for further information. We are unsure of the date of her birth. We do not know whether she know her father. We know approximately when she was sent to México City to live with her mother’s sister, but not why. We can approximate the dates of her life in court under the protection and patronage of the Marques and Marquesa de Mancera, but we I now nothing of the everyday datails of those years. We can only speculate as to why at the height of her popularity and in the full flush of the beauty she left the court to enter the convent. In addition to the guesses we can make from her writing, and besides the autobiographical “Respuesta”, and the nearly contemporany biography written by Father Diego Callejas, we have only a handful of birth, death, and marriage records relating to her family, and a few papers concenning Sor Juana’s entrance into and subsequent professions of faith in first the Carmelite Order, and then the Convent af Saint Jerome, where she died. According to the text, biographical material on Sor Juan Inés is: Accurate in its general content Abundant in cronological information. Distorted for the study of her work. Insufficient for understanding her life.
At her death in 1695 Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz left a remariable body of writing-religious, courtly, and popular poems in a wide variety of verse forms; intellectual treatises; religious and secular plays; a long epistemological poem, “Primero Sueño”; and an autobiographical essay, the “Respuesta a Sor Filotea”, which, to date, remains the most reliable literary portrait we have of this womanof genius. What we snow of sor Juana merely awakens our appetite for further information. We are unsure of the date of her birth. We do not know whether she know her father. We know approximately when she was sent to México City to live with her mother’s sister, but not why. We can approximate the dates of her life in court under the protection and patronage of the Marques and Marquesa de Mancera, but we I now nothing of the everyday datails of those years. We can only speculate as to why at the height of her popularity and in the full flush of the beauty she left the court to enter the convent. In addition to the guesses we can make from her writing, and besides the autobiographical “Respuesta”, and the nearly contemporany biography written by Father Diego Callejas, we have only a handful of birth, death, and marriage records relating to her family, and a few papers concenning Sor Juana’s entrance into and subsequent professions of faith in first the Carmelite Order, and then the Convent af Saint Jerome, where she died. The reasons Sor Juana entered the convent are: clear dubious unknown mystical.
At her death in 1695 Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz left a remariable body of writing-religious, courtly, and popular poems in a wide variety of verse forms; intellectual treatises; religious and secular plays; a long epistemological poem, “Primero Sueño”; and an autobiographical essay, the “Respuesta a Sor Filotea”, which, to date, remains the most reliable literary portrait we have of this womanof genius. What we snow of sor Juana merely awakens our appetite for further information. We are unsure of the date of her birth. We do not know whether she know her father. We know approximately when she was sent to México City to live with her mother’s sister, but not why. We can approximate the dates of her life in court under the protection and patronage of the Marques and Marquesa de Mancera, but we I now nothing of the everyday datails of those years. We can only speculate as to why at the height of her popularity and in the full flush of the beauty she left the court to enter the convent. In addition to the guesses we can make from her writing, and besides the autobiographical “Respuesta”, and the nearly contemporany biography written by Father Diego Callejas, we have only a handful of birth, death, and marriage records relating to her family, and a few papers concenning Sor Juana’s entrance into and subsequent professions of faith in first the Carmelite Order, and then the Convent af Saint Jerome, where she died. When the author says “the most reliable literary portrart", he means that. the information is true the details are perfect the details are correct the information is trustful.
It was reported that the number of deaths caused by railways in one year was 4,712. That sounds like a good argument for staying off trains, perhaps for keeping to your cars instead. But when you look at the figure more closely, you learn that 5 it means something quite different. Nearly half the victims were people whose cars crashed with trains at crossings. Only one hundred and thirty-two were passenger on trains. And even that figure is worth little for the purposes of comparison unless you also have information on total passenger 10 miles. A great number of people were reported to have died in railway accidents; however. driving trains is dangerous not all of them crashed at crossings most of them were not passengers on trains. This information should be based on total passerger miles.
It was reported that the number of deaths caused by railways in one year was 4,712. That sounds like a good argument for staying off trains, perhaps for keeping to your cars instead. But when you look at the figure more closely, you learn that 5 it means something quite different. Nearly half the victims were people whose cars crashed with trains at crossings. Only one hundred and thirty-two were passenger on trains. And even that figure is worth little for the purposes of comparison unless you also have information on total passenger 10 miles. The word "it", underlined in line 5, refers to. the figure looling closely a good afgument keeping to one a car.
It was reported that the number of deaths caused by railways in one year was 4,712. That sounds like a good argument for staying off trains, perhaps for keeping to your cars instead. But when you look at the figure more closely, you learn that 5 it means something quite different. Nearly half the victims were people whose cars crashed with trains at crossings. Only one hundred and thirty-two were passenger on trains. And even that figure is worth little for the purposes of comparison unless you also have information on total passenger 10 miles. The main idea in the text is that. Car drivers fear trains. Train passengers often die at crossings. Trains are safer than cars. Cars are rarely mentioned in statistics.
Mary's crying. You ________________ not _____________ her like that. may / punished may / have punished should / punished should / have punished.
I could have ____________ faster, if I __________ the other shoes. ran / had worn ran / would wear run / had worn run / wear.
Never trust Barbara; she told everybody what she had __________ about Jane. Oversight overtaken overheard overcome.
All the car’s _____________ were modernized for the new model. Icicles features drawbaks performances.
I bought Shakespeare’s complete works ______________ a special collection of Elizabet than theatre. Advine advise beside besides.
I wish I ______________ as lucky as you. be were tobe being.
I dind’t think Henry would _____________ into the trap. Risk fail drop dwel.
Please, ___________ me _____________ at the entrance of the house. It’s raining very hard. drop / off drive / off drop / out drive / out.
Who will _____________ over your father’s business when he retires? do get come take.
My engagement to Dan is a secret. Don’t ____________ the news. Chat spread arouse provide.
I didn’t ____________ about your books. waste forget strive believe.
I wish they _____________ have ____________ earlier. will / come could / come will / to come could / to come.
They should _____________ arrived yesterday. Their vacation is over. have been had been have had.
Sally stole ______________. a car a factory an old man an institution.
If Lizzy ____________ the contest, she ____________ participate in the national games. will win / Hill wins / will will win / would Wins / would.
If Ralph wants to ____________ up, he Hill have to take extra classes. catch make put go.
Mr. Watson wishes he ___________ how to swim. Known know knew knows.