Spread the love 50 SUALDAN İBARƏT TAM SINAQ BU SINAQDA SİZƏ ƏDƏBİYYAT VƏ QRAMATİKA SUALLARI SORUŞULUR SINAQDA SİZƏ 60 DƏQİQƏ VERİLİR UĞURLAR. Name 1. 00024; The Mill on the Floss Robert Louis Stevenson Rudyard Kipling Thomas Hardy Joseph Conrad George Elliot 2. 00018; What is the function of the conjunction “AS” in the given sentence? “These were the thoughts of the man as he strove onward” adverbial clause of result adverbial clause of cause adverbial clause of purpose adverbial clause of time adverbial clause of condition 3. 00029; The Trumpet Major George Elliot Thomas Hardy Robert Louis Stevenson Rudyard Kipling Joseph Conrad4. 00035; The Song of Hiawatha James Fennimore Cooper Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Edgar Alan Poe Ernst Hemingway Mark Twain 5. 000011; Choose the sentences with Participle I. (open end tests) They don't allow smoking in the theatre. He thinks of leaving his job. I don't enjoy going to the dentist. Looking out of the window, he saw his mother watering the flowers. She went into the room, leaving the door open.6. 00037; The Gilded Age. Mark Twain Ernst Hemingway Harriet Beecher Stowe Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Walt Whitman 7. 00021 - A Child’s Garden of Verse George Elliot Joseph Conrad Robert Louis Stevenson Oscar Wilde Rudyard Kipling8. 0003; Choose the complex sentences. (open end test) The librarian helped me to choose the books I needed. Nick wasn't able to play with us because of his headache. When driving the car be very careful. I was not guilty but had to answer a lot of questions. Wait till granny returns home.9. 00044; The simple nominal predicate is expressed by a noun, or an adjective, or a verbal, ft does not contain a link verb, as it shows the incompatibility of the idea expressed by the subject and that expressed by the predicate; thus in the meaning of the simple nominal predicate there is an implied negation. According to the given above, choose the simple nominal predicate. He a gentleman! Are you taking part in the concert? I have never taken much interest in German songs. Tom runs quickly. She paid little heed to what was going on in the world outside. 10. 0006; Choose the sentences with the adverbial clause. (OPEN END TEST) We had to stay at home because of the heat. After they had bought furniture they gave a big party to celebrate their settling. After graduating from the university I’ll move to Baku Be very careful when crossing the street. My sister helped me very much although she was tired too.11. 00013; Choose the sentences with Participle II. (open end test) There is a letter addressed to you on the shelf. Put the washed dishes into the cupboard. The programme included several folk songs. The family discussed where to go on holiday. We invited our parents to the concert.12. 0008; Choose the sentences with Participle I. (OPEN END TEST) Thinking that it would rain I put on my raincoat. Which of you spoke at the meeting? The book lying on the table belongs to the teacher Would you mind switching on the TVset? Ring me up before going to school.13. 00046; Choose the sentences with Participle I. (open end test) I live in a comfortable hotel looking over the harbour. I liked his greetings. Going to his wedding is necessary. "Interesting" is an adjective. The road joining the two villages is narrow.14. 00047; Choose the Oriental Tales written By Byron. (OPEN END TEST) The Prophecy of Dante Childe Harold's Pilgrimage Lara The Corsair Cain The Prisoner of Chillan The Giaour15. 0007; Choose the sentences with the adverbial clause. (open end test) Granny asked me if I felt happy there. The dog was so weak that it could hardly walk. Stay here if you feel happy. Every time I meet my friends I remember our school years. While working in his garden Miller got very tired.16. 00025; Sillas Marher Joseph Conrad Rudyard Kipling George Elliot Robert Louis Stevenson Thomas Hardy 17. 00014; Choose the sentences with Participle II. (Open end test) He spent a lot of money on books every year. I enjoyed the girl's singing. We addressed the delegation with warm greetings. The problem discussed at the meeting was very important. The report made by my friend was interesting.18. 00027; Under the Greenwood Tree Robert Louis Stevenson Joseph Conrad Thomas Hardy Rudyard Kipling George Elliot 19. 00041; What is a predicate? expresses temporary state characterizing the subject. is the second principal part of the sentence which denotes an action, state or quality of the person or thing denoted by the subject. expresses various actions. expresses the quality or distinctive sign characterizing the subject. is the principal part of the sentence which denotes the doer of the action expressed by the predicate-verb.20. 00012; Choose the sentences with Participle I. (open end tests) When speaking English, pay attention to your pronunciation. All the young people living here are students. By killing the crocodile, the man made the pool safe for bathing. I don't mind wearing this dress. The students entered the room talking loudly.21. 00028; Far from Madding Crowd Rudyard Kipling Robert Louis Stevenson Thomas Hardy George Elliot Joseph Conrad22. 0005; Choose the sentence with the predicative clause. What I want to know is when you are going to visit Ankara. The rivers freeze when it snows. My friend asked me when I had moved to their city. When were you in the country last and what did you do there? That was the time when the friends met every day.23. 000019; Uncle Tom’s Cabinet is one of the greatest antislavery novels in American Literature. The book tells the story of the sale of Uncle Tom and Eliza’s little son Harry from the Kentucky plantation and highlights the iniquity of slavery. It was written by..... Which of the following authors is the correct option to complete the blank? Harriett Beecher Stowe Henry David Thoreau Frederick Douglass Herman Melville Walt Whitman24. 00020; Which of the following statements about <“Realistic and Naturalistic Period” is not correct?> The position of African American was a matter of discussion in this period. The dominant literary form in this period was novel. Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution influenced the writers in this period. Psychological explorations and pessimism in writings started to appear in this period. It is also called "The Age of Reason”.25. 00017; What is the function of the conjunction “IF” in the given sentence? “If the man ran, he would run after him; but the man did not run.” adverbial clause of purpose relative clause adverbial clause of condition object clause adverbial clause of result 26. 00040; Choose the wrong statement. Everyone of us is Somebody is asking for you. Neither of the students have made a mistake. Each has answered well. Nobody has come except me. 27. 00043; Choose the wrong statement The predicate is the second main part of the sentence and its organizing centre, as the object and nearly all adverbial modifiers are connected with, and dependent on, it. The compound predicate; I didn’t care about the consequence. According to the meaning of its components, the predicate may denote an action, a state, a quality, or an attitude to some action or state ascribed to the subject. The compound predicate consists of two parts: the notional and the structural. From the structural point of view there are two main types of predicate: the simple predicate and the compound predicate.28. 00042; What is a subjet? is the principal part of the sentence which denotes the doer of the action expressed by the predicate-verb. expresses various actions. The subject is one of the secondary parts of the, sentence. expresses temporary state characterizing the subject. is the second principal part of the sentence which denotes an action, state or quality of the person or thing denoted by the subject.29. 00015; What is the function of the conjunction “that” in the given sentence? “He bailed wildly at first; splashing himself and flinging the water so short a distance that it ran back into the pool.” adverbial clause of purpose predicate clause relative clause adverbial clause of result object clause30. 00033; Collection of Poems ”Voices of the Night” Harriet Beecher Stowe Walt Whitman Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Mark Twain Ernst Hemingway 31. 0004; Choose the sentence with the adverbial clause of result. The only teacher I liked in college was Miss O'Brien. Having graduated from the University Mary began to work as a journalist. Bill says it is terribly noisy down there. After a time the door was opened and two girls came in. To hear mother's voice was so lovely that I couldn't speak from happiness. 32. 00039; Revolution and other Essays, The White Fang Dreiser Walt Whitman Mark Twain Jack London Harriet Beecher33. 0003; This differs Shakespeae's second period Interest for allegory Optimism and comedies Great love stories Interest to tragic heroes and conflicts Optimism and love of life 34. 00038; Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Harriet Beecher Stowe Ernst Hemingway Mark Twain Walt Whitman Henry Wadsworth Longfellow35. 00034; O Captain! My Captain! Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Mark Twain Ernst Hemingway Harriet Beecher Stowe Walt Whitman 36. 00022; A House of Pomegranates George Elliot Joseph Conrad Robert Louis Stevenson Rudyard Kipling Oscar Wilde 37. 00032; Outre Mer: A pilgrimage Beyond the Sea. Walt Whitman Ernst Hemingway Mark Twain Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Harriet Beecher Stowe38. 00049; Which of the following writers wrote historical novels? Sir Walter Scott and Maria Edgeworth Mary Shelley and Percy Bysshe Shelley William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte 39. 00036; The Innocent Abroad Harriet Beecher Stowe Ernst Hemingway Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Mark Twain Walt Whitman 40. 00031; Choose the line of the Shakespeare’s tragedies. The life and Death of King John, The Life and Death of King John Antony and Cleopatra, King Lear, Othello the Moor of Venice Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, Troilus and Cressida, What you will The Life of King Henry V, Antony and Cleopatra, King Lear The Taming of Shrew, Othello the Moor of Venice, King Lear41. 0001; .......can be classified into nouns denoting objects that can be counted and those that cannot. So there are count and non-count and collective common nouns. The former are inflected for number, whereas the latter are not. Further distinction is into concrete nouns, abstract nouns and nouns of material. Class nouns Common nouns Concrete nouns Animate nouns Proper nouns 42. 00016; What is the function of the conjunction “IF” in the given sentence? “He was anxious to see if she had relapsed since the previous evening.” (tests written by Hasan Alisoy) adverbial clause of condition adverbial clause of result relative clause object clause adverbial clause of purpose43. 0009; Choose the sentences with Participle I. (open end test) The scientist making a report is very young. The captain watched the ship approaching the shore. All of us liked the idea of organizing a shooting contest. The building was built in the 19th century. Some people like walking in the rain.44. 00023 ; Youth; Almayer’s Folly Rudyard Kipling George Elliot Joseph Conrad Robert Louis Stevenson Thomas Hardy 45. 00045; Which is not the simple predicate Nurse Sharp gave him a look and walked out. I didn’t care about the consequence. I was sent in to get my tea. When did life begin on earth? But he is not always alone.46. 00026; Romola Robert Louis Stevenson George Elliot Joseph Conrad Thomas Hardy Rudyard Kipling 47. 0002; Choose the sentence with the object clause. Which of your students is more talented? Granny asked Ann to wash the dirty linen. I want you to tell me which dress to choose. Mother wanted to know which of the boys had broken the window. The foreign tourists visited the Maiden Tower which dates back the 12th 48. 00010; Choose the sentences with Participle I. (open end tests) At the age of 20 he began writing poems. The girl greeting the guests was one of the active members of the club. They didn't come to the meeting organized by us. While testing a new machine Tom learned a lot. The lesson in reading was taught by an old man.49. 00050; Auld Lang Syne is a famous poem by whom? Henry Longfellow William Butler Yeats Sir Walter Scott Robert Burns 50. 00048; Choose the correct sentence/s (OPEN END TESTS) Not only my parents but also my brother knows about it. My parents as well as my sister are teachers. Either my parents or my sister is at home. Both the bread and the butter are fresh. Do you know the girl who lives next door?