TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test
General English Grammar Questions and Answers

1. We ________ not hurry, we have got plenty of time.

2. In my youth I ________ exercise everyday.

3. He does not ________ to go against the wishes of his father.

4. Candidates ________ not write their names on the answersheets.

5. Work hard lest you ________ fail.

6. If it ________ the match ________ cancelled.

7. If he had not made a mistake, the teacher ________ punished him.

8. By this time next year, he ________ the construction of his house.

9. If I ________you, I ________ accept the job.

10. A wide spread outbreak of influenza ________ in the year 1919.

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    Saxifraga Crassifolia

    The term grandifolia would have been more applicable to this species of Saxifrage than crassifolia, for it is not so much distinguished for the thickness as the largeness of its leaves, these are almost equal in size to those of our broad leaved Dock, red on the under and of a fine shining green on their upper surface, they may be ranked indeed among the more handsome kinds of foliage, the flowering stems, according to the richness and moisture of the soil in which they are planted, rise from one to two or even three feet high, at top supporting a large bunch of purple pendulous flowers, which blossom in April and May, and, if the season prove favourable, make a fine appearance. Should cold winds prevail at the time of their flowering, which they are very apt to do, the plants should be covered with a hand glass, or, if in a pot, it may be removed into the green house, which they will not disgrace.

    Is found spontaneously on the Alps of Siberia, and, according to Mr. Aiton, was introduced in 1765 by Dr. Solander. No plant is more readily increased by parting its roots, which may be done either in spring or autumn.There is another Saxifrage in our gardens exceedingly like this in appearance, but differing, in producing larger bunches of flowers, and in having larger, rounder, and more heart shaped leaves, Mr. Aiton regards this as a variety of the crassifolia, we are inclined to consider it as a species under the name of cordifolia. The parts of fructification in the crassifolia are apt to be preternaturally increased.

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