Spread the love GRAMMAR TESTS PROGRAM 40 -2019 10 QUESTION 10 MINUTES İNGİLİS DİLİ MAGİSTRATURA PROQRAM 40 - ONLİNE HAZIRLIQ - HASAN ALISOY Name 1. 003; Complete the given sentence. The notional parts of speech are: the preposition the numeral the noun the conjunction the verb the particle the adjective 2. 0018; Complete the given sentence. .... expresses the relation of the action and its doer to the speaker, showing whether the action is performed by the speaker (the 1st person), someone addressed by the speaker (the 2nd person) or someone/something other than the speaker or the person addressed (the 3rd person). The category of aspect The category of tense The category of person The category of number The category of perfect 3. 0030; Choose the wrong statement a past tense in the principal clause is followed by a past tense in the subordinate object clause a present (or future) tense in the principal clause may be followed by any tense in the subordinate object clause The future in the past tenses in the subordinate clause denote an action following that of the principal clause. The past perfect or the past perfect continuous in the subordinate clause denotes an action after to that of the principal clause. Past indefinite or the past continuous tense in the subordinate clause denotes an action, simultaneous with that of the pripcipal clause.4. 0022; Choose the wrong statement The opposition the continuous aspect the common aspect is actualized in the following contrasting pairs of forms Whereas all verbs can be used in the common aspect, there are certain restrictions as to the use of the continuous aspect. Verbs expressing emotional state do not usually have the forms of the continuous aspect. Some verbs do not usually have the forms of the continuous aspect. They are referred to as statal verbs. Verbs expressing sense perception, that is involuntary reactions of the senses have continuous aspect. 5. 0010; Transitive verbs by one direct object Gulmira looks after her sister. Gulmira is helping her sister. Gulmira gave her sister an apple.6. 002; Complete the given sentence. Syntactical characteristics … . the morphological characteristics of the class meant, such as the number of the noun or the voice of the verb. the meaning common to all the words of the class, such as thingness for the noun or either process or state for the verb. the combinability and the syntactical functions of a type of word.7. 0024; Which statement is wrong about the present continuous In the interrogative the corresponding form of the auxiliary to be is placed after the subject and participle I follows it. A reduced negative for the first person singular is I’m not, but is replaced by aren’t in the negative - interrogative. In the negative the negation ‘not’ is placed after the auxiliary. All the forms of the present continuous are analytic. They are formed by means of the present indefinite of the auxiliary to be and participle I of the notional verb.8. 0025; The present perfect continuous is used with actional verbs to denote (Open end test) Actions in progress that both begin and end at some indeterminate time before the moment of speaking, though connected with it through their importance for the present. Actions in progress which begin at a certain moment in the past and continue into the present. Actions in progress which begin in the past and continue up to the moment of speaking or till just before it. uture actions in progress before a certain moment in the future (in subordinate adverbial clauses of time and condition). To denote a succession of past actions. To denote habitual actions in the past.9. 0013; Complete the given sentence. Terminative vebrs.... open run carry die fall sit down10. 0023; Choose the wrong statement The present continuous denotes an action which is in progress at the moment of speaking. Interrogative and negative forms of the present indefinite are syntactic and are built by means of the present indefinite of the auxiliary to do and the infinitive of the notional verb. The present indefinite refers the action which it denotes to the present time in a broad sense. In present simple the auxiliary to do can occur in the affirmative form as well, if special emphasis is required. In this case the auxiliary is always stressed. All the present tenses refer the actions they denote to the present, that is to, the time of speaking. The difference between them lies in the way they express the categories of aspect and perfect.