ESL-EFL Test - 96

Quizzes, tests, exercises and puzzles for English as a Second Language (ESL), English as a foreign language (EFL), Teaching EFL (TEFL), Test of EFL (TOEFL), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), Teaching ESOL (TESOL), TOEIC.


1. New lightweight materials have replaced traditional ones ________ certain special uses.


2. He has very ________ patience with me.


3. I've been there ________ times than I should.


4. I enjoyed his new film ________ than his last one.


5. I have no answer to the criticism, ________ to blame the short-sighted management.



6. A man on his wedding day is a ________


7. I spent ________ time on the first question than the second.


8. Your sister's son is your ________


9. A woman on her wedding day is a ________


10. I'm going to town ________ buy a pair of shoes.


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Upcoming Cars in India

Tata Pelican 800

Besides the Kite siblings a hatchback and sub compact sedan the homegrown automaker is working on yet another affordable hatchback, codenamed Pelican, to take on the likes of Maruti Alto K10, Hyundai Eon, and others in the segment. Though the Pelican will be based on the Nano, it will be a slightly more up market product with a bigger engine. The company will position it between the Nano and the Kite hatchback. If reports are to be believed, the company is working on a 1000cc petrol engine and a 800cc diesel motor that might power several entry level Tata cars, including the Pelican.

Expected Launch: End of 2015

Expected Price: Rs. 2.50 lakh

English Phrases
Go on (continue) + -ing

Don't Say:
The music went on to play all day.

Say:
The music went on playing all day.

Note:
Also keep on: She kept on playing the piano.
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