the burglar was he must have cased our house for days before actually entering

The burglar was he must have cased our house for days

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26._____________ the burglar was, he must have cased our house for days before actually entering our house that night. (A)Whoever (B)Whomever (C)Whosoever (D)Whomsoever 27.Mother tells Sarah that her small cat named Elsie _____________ under the swing on the front porch.
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PRACTICE BOOKLET7 BKL PhiLSAT_AA_0317 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE28.I _____________ the assigned task ahead of schedule. 29.The President, who is known to be a chain-smoker, might just _____________ stop smoking in his own time without being pressured by anyone. 30.The employees are eagerly awaiting for the date of _____________ of their new salary scheme. (A)affectivity (B)effectivity (C)effectiveness (D)effectiveliness 31.Many election losers suspect that some winners _____________ their way to the victory line. 32.The investors _____________ considerable capital when the tsunami devastated the province. 33.The rebels believe that they are safe in the mountains where _____________ familiar with the terrain.
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PRACTICE BOOKLET8 BKL PhiLSAT_AA_0317 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE34.The properties of Alex’s rich unmarried aunt were divided _____________ all the nephews and nieces in accordance with her last will and testament. (A)to (B)with (C)among (D)between 35.Mother told us to _____________ our little brother’s tantrums since he’s a special child and we all love him. 36.The snatcher surprised me from behind, grabbed my hand, and _____________ with my handbag. 37.By December next year, Mr. and Mrs. Ocampo _____________ for forty years. 38.The Mount Pinatubo volcanic eruption is considered the _____________ in Philippine history. (A)worse (B)worst (C)worsest (D)most worse 39._____________ Muslim laws are based on Islam, special shariah courts have been created to decide on family and personal conflicts of Muslims in autonomous regions.
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PRACTICE BOOKLET9 BKL PhiLSAT_AA_0317 GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGESection 3. Improving Sentences Directions: Read each sentence carefully but quickly and determine whether the underlined portion is correct or whether it needs to be revised. If the sentence needs no revision, choose option D. In choosing answers, follow the requirements of standard written English. Pay attention to grammar, choice of words, sentence construction, and punctuation. Choose among the options which revision results in a sentence that is clear and precise.
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