Practice Questions on Sentence Correction
Verbal Test Questions and Answers

Moderate Sentence Correction Question - 41

Q41.

The impostor eluded detection for so long because she conducted herself as though she were a licensed practitioner.

A.

as though she were a licensed practitioner.

B.

as though she was a licensed practitioner.

C.

like she was a licensed practitioner. 

D.

like as if she was a licensed practitioner.

E.

as if she was a practitioner with a license.

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Moderate Sentence Correction Question - 42

Q42.

Dr. Martin A. Tidball, along with colleagues at two universities, are working on uncovering the mysteries of glucose uptake, a discovery of new details about active ATP transport, and a drug to enhance facilitated diffusion.

A.

are working on uncovering the mysteries of glucose uptake, a discovery of new details about active ATP transport, and a drug to enhance facilitated diffusion

B.
C.

is working to uncover the mysteries of glucose uptake, discover new details about active ATP transport, and enhancing facilitated diffusion with the help of a drug

D.

are working hard to uncover the mysteries of glucose uptake, discover new details about active ATP transport, and enhance facilitated diffusion with the help of a drug

E.

are working on uncovering the mysteries of glucose uptake, discovering new details about ATP transport, and enhancing facilitated diffusion via a drug

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Moderate Sentence Correction Question - 43

Q43.

The owners of a fast growing tech start-up in Newport Beach organized the firm as a Limited Liability Company (LLC). The owners receive considerable personal liabilityprotection from potential lawsuits, and they also avoid some egregious double-taxation that would occur if the company was set up as a C-corporation.

A.

protection from potential lawsuits, and they also avoid some egregious double-taxation that would occur if the company was set up as a C-corporation

B.

protection from potential lawsuits and avoid some egregious double-taxation that would occur if the company was set up as a C-corporation

C.

protection from potential lawsuits, avoiding some egregious double-taxation that would occur if the company was set up as a C-corporation

D.

protection from potential lawsuits, and avoid some egregious double-taxation that would occur if the company were set up as a C-corporation

E.

protection from potential lawsuits and avoid some egregious double-taxation that would occur if the company were set up as a C-corporation

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Moderate Sentence Correction Question - 44

Q44.

Between you and I, I doubt that he will come.

A.

and I, I doubt that he will come. 

B.

and I, I doubt that he would come.

C.

and me, I doubt that he will come. 

D.

and me, I doubt that he would come.

E.

and me, I doubt whether he will be coming.

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Moderate Sentence Correction Question - 45

Q45.

Denim jeans were originally worn not so much as a fashion statement as for their being practical work clothes.

A.

Denim jeans were originally worn not so much as a fashion statement as for their being practical work clothes. 

B.

Denim jeans were originally worn not so much as a fashion statement but for their being practical work clothes.

C.

Denim jeans were originally worn not so much as a fashion statement but for being practical work clothes.

D.

Denim jeans were originally worn not as a fashion statement as for them being practical work clothes. 

E.

Denim jeans were originally worn not as a fashion statement but as for them being practical work clothes.

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