March 19, 2018March 30, 2019 by Hasan Alisoy Spread the love PROGRAM 40. COMPOSITE SENTENCES 25 QUESTIONS 25 MINUTES GOOD LUCK Name 1. Choose the sentence with the object clause. (PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT) Jane didn't remember the place where she could leave her umbrella. They were not sure if he had told them the truth. Late in the evening the workers went home after they had finished their work. The play we saw at the theatre was dull. I usually prepare my lessons with my friend who also learns English.2. Which sentences have an object clause? He said some words that hurt me very much. Do you want to know what the matter was? Everybody who has left the room will be waiting outside. She didn't believe that the girls could help her. I want to learn the reason why he came back.3. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. (Open end test by Hasan Alisoy) I don't know who helped you to translate the letter. The question you are asking is not so easy. He will not be able to write the test because he is not ready. I usually prepare my lessons with my friend who also learns English. The garden behind the house was reconstructed last year.4. Choose the sentence with the adverbial clause of time. His mother, whom he loved very much was away. When the people stopped shouting, the boy tried to explain what he wanted to say. He felt happy because he had no problems. Soon after the bell pupils crowded round their teacher. After the lightning the thunder came.5. Choose the sentence with the adverbial clause of time. Charles was only nine, when his family moved to London. I don't know when well be able to go to the theater. It was the time when we usually met. I don't remember the day when I met him. The players stopped their game as it was raining hard.6. Choose the sentences with the Gerund. (open end test by Hasan Alisoy) New and old colleges of Oxford are blue and white buildings. Our next meeting is of great importance. You can see a lot of interesting art works at the exhibition. Reading the document was necessary. I'm sorry for coming late.7. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. (open end tests by HASAN ALISOY) The new house which was built in our street is of modern style. It was quite late when we started home. The river we crossed was narrow. I don't know who helped him. You don't know how tired I am.8. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. (Open end tests by HASAN ALISOY) The river we crossed was deep. The car moved slowly because the motor was not working well. The car I decided to buy was made in Germany. The bag lies where you left it.9. Which sentences have an adverbial clause of time. When Tom entered the village, he saw all the changes. As Ben approached the village he met some unfamiliar people. When Sam awoke, he found himself on the green grass under the oak-tree. 5- Jane is a woman whose life I want to take as an example. After a few hours Tom went to a police station.10. Which sentences have an adverbial clause of time? (Open End Test by Hasan Alisoy) At that moment the door opened. I’ll visit my old neighbours as soon as 1 find out their address. He looked at the old man while he was going away. This is the town where my aunt lives. A few months later Tom saw the dog in the yard.11. Choose the sentences with the adverbial clause of cause. (Follow Hasan Alisoy, he knows the way) I can't forgive you because you are a liar. Tell him that I’ll be back at 6 o'clock. Can you tell me why you are late again? I was so tired that I could hardly move. As it was getting dark Brian decided to return home at last.12. Choose the sentences with the Gerund. (open end Test by HASAN ALISOY) Without studying hard it is impossible to be an educated man. You can find the sender's address at the beginning of the letter. We agreed to Ann's going to the country. Is there anything interesting in this city? What were you preparing for when I came yesterday?13. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. (Hasan Alisoy maste or PROGRAM 40) He studied all the diseases described in the book. I remember the day when I went to the British Museum. The woman with red hair left the shop. Many open-air concerts were held during the festival. I like sightseeing in towns where there are a lot of old buildings.14. Which sentences have an attributive clause? (open end tests by Hasan Alisoy) The stranger didn't know the name of the street where the hotel was situated. Do you know whose article they are discussing now? We stopped opposite a high house with large windows. The hunters came to a place where they had never been before. Tell me which cities you've been to.15. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. Go to the Exam With Hasan Alisoy There are a lot of modern technologies which make our life easier. I don't know the house you live in. The friends were discussing how to get to the place in time. They built their houses of small yellow bricks which had been brought from Holland. What happened then I don't know.16. Choose the sentences with the object clause. (Tests by Hasan Alisoy) The teacher asked where Ben had gone. Time will show whether he is right or wrong. The friends found out that Sam was away. The office where my father works is near our house. Let me describe the village where I was last summer.17. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. I like to spend my summer holidays in the village where I was born. Don't you know which of those girls is Ann? Betty didn't know which dress to choose. He recalled everything that had happened before he fell asleep. The children were sure that their mother would help them.18. Choose the sentences with the object clause. (TESTS BY HASAN ALISOY) Arthur couldn't believe that his friend had betrayed him. Do you know who incited him to do it? The people who made him do it will be punished. I heard some news about my friend whom I have known for a long time.19. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. On the way home, the boys met some people whom they didn't know. There was something I wanted to explain to you. Tom was one of those people who didn't take life too seriously. I can't find out where my friends are. I’ll tell him everything if he comes today.20. Choose the sentences with the Gerund. (OPEN END TESTS BY HASAN ALISOY) He left without saying good-bye. After a long journey it was a happy meeting. He is interested in collecting dictionaries. Do you mind my reading the letter? What time are you going to get up tomorrow morning?21. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. (Open end tests by Hasan Alisoy) The child was unhappy because she had lost her toy. He didn't feel happy at the school where most of the children were lazy. All children who have finished elementary school may enter an American high school. You can hear the children who are talking loudly outside. Mother asked me if I could clean the room.22. Which sentences have an adverbial clause of cause? (Open end tests by Hasan Alisoy) Jack tried to explain to us why he was late. Do you know why he never comes here? Ted was waiting for us outside because he was afraid to stay at home alone. Once two friends, who lived in a village, found a small puppy. I couldn't buy the medicine as the chemist's was closed.23. Choose the sentences with the attributive clause. (Open end tests by Hasan Alisoy) It was 10 o'clock when we started home. I'll tell you everything I know. The bus which stops opposite our school is 15. The play he saw at the theatre was "Hamlet". He knows what is on at the cinema tonight.24. Choose the sentences with the object clause. Go to the exam with Hasan Alisoy I’ll tell her everything when she comes. She was sure that someone else was there. The dog ate the food after they had gone away. In the park Ben met the girl living upstairs. You know robbery is a wrong action, don't you?25. Choose the sentences with the adverbial clause of cause. It's better not to open the window as she is ill. Tell me what you are going to put on. The teacher made them write the exercise on page 20. The boy found out that he had all the books he needed. I didn't go to the dentist because I was afraid to have my tooth pulled out.