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TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test
General English Grammar Questions and Answers


1. The way he kept knocking over things, he was more like a bull in a ________ shop.


2. The writer, like a spider ________ a web; the creatures caught in the web have no substance, no reality.


3. A bad worker ________ his tools.


4. The health ministry spokesman said that ________ measures have been taken against the spread of the epidemic.


5. Though he took a leap in the ________ by investing all his savings in the share market, he later found that it was well worth the risk.



6. The driver swerved violently at the turning, and the wheel came off because it was already ________


7. A ________ amount of money has already been wasted on this project.


8. The government has agreed to pay compensation ________ damaged crops, land and cattle.


9. Sita of the epic Ramayana is known for her ________ virtues.


10. The parties couldn’t arrive at an agreement because one of them ________ the decision of the arbitrator.


English Test

1. TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test - 16
2. TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test - 17
3. TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test - 18
4. TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test - 19
5. Antonym Test - 01
6. Antonym Test - 02
7. Antonym Test - 03
8. Antonym Test - 04
9. Antonym Test - 05
10. Antonym Test - 06
11. Antonym Test - 07
12. Antonym Test - 08
13. Antonym Test - 09
14. Antonym Test - 10
15. Idioms Quiz - 01
16. Idioms Quiz - 02
17. Idioms Quiz - 03
18. Idioms Quiz - 04
19. Idioms Quiz - 05
20. Idioms Quiz - 06
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