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NON-FINITE FORMS OF THE VERB. INFINITIVE AND ITS CONSTRUCTIONS. PARTICIPLE AND ITS CONSTRUCTIONS. GERUND AND ITS CONSTRUCTIONS. MOODS OF THE VERB. THE CONDITIONAL MOOD.

Choose the correct item.

1) in time to the appointed place for an interview is important for every job applicant.

a) to come; b) come; c) have come ;

2) Hubert began his responsibilities and duties at his previous job.

a) describe; b) has described; c) to describe;

3) Investors were the first our business plan.

a) read; b) to have read; c) reading

4) We want you the experience of employees with a long service term.

a) to apply; b) have applied; c) apply

5) The manager watched the car .

a) to unload; b) to be unloaded; c) be unloaded

6) The executive director ordered these documents at once .

a) to be sent off; b) to sent off; c) sent off

7. The management demanded the Executive Summary more clearly.

a) be written; b) writing; c) to be written

8) You seem a good experience in this field.

a) to have; b) have; c) had

9) Arthur is said a business plan.

a) write; b) have written; c) to write

10) This article is expected .

a) to be republished; b) to republish; c) have republished

11) The manager wanted the two clerks to a mutual understanding as soon as possible.

a) to have come; b) come; c) to come

12) The partners heard Mr. Newman the rules.

a) have violated; b) violates; c) to violate

13) My friend saw them the office an hour ago.

a) enter; b) to enter; c) have entered

14) Our President is sure already from Washington.

a) to have returned; b) have returned; c) has returned

15) All the articles were ordered within a month .

a) have been returned; b) to be returned; c) to return

Choose the right form of the verb.

1) The person the business plan is my friend.

a) write; b) have written; c) writing

2) Theory with practice plays a valuable role in economic life.

a) to connect; b) to have connected; c) connected

3) Denis encountered a lot of factors his work so difficult.

a) to make; b) make; c) making

4) The cars at our plant now are very good.

a) producing; b) have produced; c) being produced

5) There are two factors the wage rate.

a) affecting; b) have affected; c) affect

6) Mr. Root took part in our business from the very beginning.

a) starting ; b) having start; c) started

7) Would you mind in advance?

a) pay; b) paying; c) paid

8) It was a new method of data.

a) having read; b) reading; c) the reading

9) She denied the money.

a) have stolen; b) steeling; c) having stolen

10) He gave up the idea of work.

a) finding; b) having found; c) have found

11) The price for the use of labour is called wages.

a) paying; b) paid; c) having paid

12) She said that she remembered seeing the documents once.

a) seeing; b) being seen; c) to see

13) We insist on your this maximum amount of capital in our join affair.

a) spend; b) having spent; c) spending

14) We spoke of new instructions

a) have read; b) being read; c) reading

15) He denied in the crime.

a) participating; b) participate c) having participated.

 

Choose the correct item.

1) The judge said that henever such an awful mistake.

a) had faced; b) has faced; c) faces.

2) The student said the professor the legal system of Great Britain properly.

a) explains; b) has explained; c) explained.

3) Mary said that she Criminology at the University.

a) studies; b) studied; c) will study.

4) Frank asked if legal decisions always based on firm cases.

a) was based; b) is based; c) has been based.

5) He decided that he to Berlin as soon as possible.

a) will go; b) go; c) would go.

6) They wondered if he back.

a) had come; b) came; c) will come.

7) He told me he on the island for fifteen years.

a) was; b) is; c) had been.

8) Bill asked how many cases by a judge monthly.

a) are tried; b) were tried; c) have tried.

9) Charlie said that Tom an accident last Monday.

a) had; b) has; c) had had.

10) The detective said that he that case by the end of the week.

a) will investigate; b) would investigate; c) investigate.

 

Choose the right form of the verb.

1) We should send them our price-lists if they .

a) ask; b) will ask; c) asked.

2) The officer could identify the offender if he him.

a) would see; b) saw; c) will see.

3) I wish I the Criminal Law.

a) will know; b) know; c) knew.

4) If he the rules, he will be fund.

a) breaks; b) break; c) broke.

5) The police him if they catch him.

a) arrests; b) will arrest; c) arrest.

6) It wouldnt be surprised if they with us.

a) dont agree; b) didnt agree; c) wouldnt agree.

7) If I were rich, I around the world.

a) travel; b) would travel; c) traveled.

8) I shares in that company if I had same money.

a) will buy; b) would buy; c) buy.

9) I should have called you up yesterday if I in town.

a) was; b) were; c) had been.

10) If she hadnt changed so much, I her.

a) recognize; b) would have recognized; c) would recognize.

Choose the correct form of the verb.

1) If I had time, I French.

a) should study; b) shall study; c) study.

2) If they hard, they wont lose any customs.

a) work; b) will work; c) have worked.

3) If I were you, I a new job.

a) shall find; b) find; c) would find.

4) If I harder, I would pass the exams easily.

a) work; b) had worked; c) worked.

5) If he , I would have helped him.

a) has asked; b) asks; c) had asked.

6) I should let you know if I any news.

a) received; b) receive; c) shall receive.

7) If you ... a policeman, you would be arrested.

a) had kicked; b) has kicked; c) kicked.

8) Your car can be stolen if you ... the keys in.

a) will leave; b) leave; c) would leave.

9) If the policeman ... the criminal, he could have found a gun.

a) searches; b) would search; c) had searched.

10) If he ... his money on gambling he would be a rich man.

a) doesnt spend; b) wont spend; c) didnt spend

 

Choose the correct form of the verb.

1) Many people would be out of work if that factory down.

a) closes; b) closed; c) would close

2) If you had told me that he never paid his debts, I him the money.

a) didnt lend; b) wouldnt lend; c) wouldnt have lent

3) We would have enough if everybody ₤ 1.

a) did give; b) gave; c) had given

4) I things on the installment system if I were you.

a) didnt buy; b) wouldnt bought; c) wouldnt buy

5) If you asked him for ₤ 1.000, what ?

a) would he say; b) he would say; c) he said

6) The countries their independence if monetary policy becomes the function of the European Central Bank.

a) will lose; b) would lose; c) would have lost

7) If I more shares, I would have become rich!

a) have bought; b) bought; c) had bought

8) It they the brand better, they will gain market share.

a) promote; b) will promote; c) promoted

9) If I more time, I would be able to come up with a solution.

a) had had; b) had; c) have had

10) The transport costs much lower if we sent the goods by sea.

a) will be; b) were; c) would be

 

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