Section 2 Structure and Written Expression

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Practice test 3. (Heinemann) Section 2 Structure and Written Expression. 1. ------- fall naturally into two classes, which can be further subdivided into several subclasses. (A) There are vitamins (B) Vitamins that (C) Vitamins (D) After vitamins 2. The incidence of anorexia nervosa, -------, is growing in industrially advanced societies. (A) is an eating disorder (B) an eating disorder which (C) an eating disorder (D) for which an eating disorder 3. In the 1960s, pop art ------- to discover artistic significance in the commercial artifacts of the consumer culture. (A) seeking (B) to seek (C) has sought (D) sought 4. Air ------- the carbon dioxide necessary for photosynthesis enters leaves through tiny surface openings. (A) contains (B) contained (C) containing (D) it contains 5. Overexposure to the sun can produce ------ can some toxic chemicals. (A) more than damage to the skin (B) more damage than to the skin (C) damage more than to the skin (D) more damage to the skin than 6. The Federal Reserve System, ------- under President Wilson, plays a key role in regulating the U.S. economy. (A) the establishment in 1913 (B) was established in 1913 (C) established in 1913 (D) in 1913 they established it 7. In the 1960s, due in part to the invention of air conditioning, the population of the United States ------- a dramatic geographical shift southward. (A) experiencing (B) was experienced (C) to experience (D) experienced 8. Antarctica is larger -------, but it has no native human population. (A) than Europe or Australia does (B) Europe or Australia (C) of Europe or Australia (D) than Europe or Australia 9. Whole-grain food products -------in most large supermarkets across the United States and Canada.
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