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TOEFL Preparation - Grammar Test
General English Grammar Questions and Answers


1. I ran ________ John this meaning.


2. He supported his arguments with ________ quotations.


3. I wish I ________ a better memory.


4. She asked him to ________ his tongue.


5. The students were asked to give a/an ________ of the whole novel in about 300 words.



6. I ________ tennis three times this week.


7. If I ________ this race, I would be very happy.


8. John applied to join army last week but wasn’t tall ________


9. If you ________ respect, you get respect.


10. I ________ grateful if you lent me some money.


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2. Antonym Test - 01
3. Antonym Test - 02
4. Antonym Test - 03
5. Antonym Test - 04
6. Antonym Test - 05
7. Antonym Test - 06
8. Antonym Test - 07
9. Antonym Test - 08
10. Antonym Test - 09
11. Antonym Test - 10
12. Idioms Quiz - 01
13. Idioms Quiz - 02
14. Idioms Quiz - 03
15. Idioms Quiz - 04
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    Gingeris the nickname given to the naturally preserved body of an adult man (believed to be the earliest known ancient Egyptian mummified body), who despite having died more than 5,000 years ago, had perfectly preserved golden hair, and even toe and fingernails. Ginger was found in at Gebelein, Egypt, and dates to the Late Predynastic period, around 3400 BC, or earlier. Before mummification was developed, human remains were placed in shallow graves, in direct contact with the hot, dry sand, which absorbed the water that constitutes 75% of the human weight. Without moisture, bacteria cannot breed and cause decay, and the body is preserved. However, it is uncertain whether Gingers mummification was intentional or not, though since Ginger was buried with some pottery vessels it is likely that the mummification was a result of preservation techniques of those burying him. Ginger is currently on display in the British Museum.


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