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                1.Not until 1931_________the official anthem of the United States.

                A. "The Star-Spangled Banner" did become

                B. when "The Star-Spangled Banner" became

                C. did "The Star-Spangled Banner" become

                D. became "The Star-Spangled Banner”

                2. _________the 18th century did man realize that the whole of the brain was involved in the workings of the mind.

                A. Not until

                B. It was not until

                C. Until

                D. It was until

                3. _________that the pilot couldn't fly through it.

                A. So the storm was severe

                B. So severe was the storm

                C. The storm so severe was

                D. Such was the storm severe

                4. _________dwell upon the joy of that reunion.

                A. Little need I

                B. Little I need

                C. Little did I need

                D. Little do I need

                5.On no account_________borrow money from friends, and still less _________ dependent on the favors of rich relatives.

                A. I would, I would be

                B. would I, I would be

                C. would I, would I be

                D. I would, would I be

                6.Only with a complete grasp of all the cues of social intercourse _________ disappear.

                A. this train will

                B. will this strain

                C. this strain should

                D. should this strain

                7.In the eastern part of New Jersey _________, a major shipping and manufacturing center.

                A. where the city of Elizabeth lies

                B. where lies the city of Elizabeth

                C. lies the city of Elizabeth

                D. the city of Elizabeth lies

                8.At the South Pole _________, the coldest and most desolate region on Earth.

                A. Antarctica lies where

                B. where Antarctica lies

                C. Antarctica lies and

                D. lies Antarctica

                9.Not until linoleum was invented in 1860_________hard-wearing, easy-to-clean flooring.

                A. any house did have

                B. did any house have

                C. house had any

                D. any house had

                10. _________divorce ourselves from the masses of the people.

                A. In no time we should

                B. In no time should we

                C. At no time we should

                D. At no time should we

                11."Not until science became prominent_________be abolished", some people argue.

                A. did slavery come to

                B. slavery to

                C. had slavery come to

                D. that slavery came to

                12.Not only_________much bigger than any planet, but unlike the planets, it consists completely of gaseous material.

                A. the sun is

                B. the sun, which is

                C. is the sun

                D. that the sun

                13.Not only_________as a cooked dish the world over, but it is also used as the base of many other foods, condiments, and even beverages.

                A. eating rice

                B. rice is eaten

                C. people eat rice

                D. is rice eaten

                14.Among the first plants to grow on the land regions of the Earth _________, which in prehistoric times grew to immense size.

                A. were horsetail rushes

                B. horsetail rushes

                C. horsetail rushes were

                D. and horsetail rushes

                15.Not only_________to determine the depth of the ocean floor, but it is also used to locate oil.

                A. to use seismology

                B. is seismology used

                C. seismology is used

                D. using seismology

                16.The air inside a house or office building often has higher concentr-ations of contaminants_________heavily polluted outside air.

                A. than does

                B. more

                C. as some that are

                D. like of

                17. _________to speak when the audience interrupted him.

                A. Hardly had he begun

                B. No sooner had he begun

                C. Not until he began

                D. Scarcely did he begin

                18.Only recently_________possible to separate the components of fragrant substances and to determine their chemical composition.

                A. it becomes

                B. having become

                C. has it become

                D. which becomes

                19.Although the Earth's chemical composition had been studied for years, only toward the end of the nineteenth century_________as a discipline in its own right.

                A. when geochemistry was recognized

                B. was geochemistry recognized

                C. then recognized as geochemistry

                D. as geochemistry was recognized

                20.Not only_________all the positive charge of an atom, it is also the site of the weight of every atom.

                A. does the nucleus hold

                B. the nucleus holding

                C. the nucleus does hold

                D. holds the nucleus

                21. _________devised to lessen the drudgery of washing clothes that the origin of the washing machine is unclear.

                A. Were the inventions so numerous

                B. The inventions so numerous

                C. So numerous were the inventions

                D. The inventions that were so numerous

                22.Coinciding with the development of jazz in New Orleans in the 1920s_________in blues music.

                A. was one of the greatest periods

                B. one of the greatest periods

                C. was of the greatest periods

                D. the greatest periods

                23.Beneath the streets of a modern city_________of walls, columns, cables, pipes, and tunnels required to satisfy the needs of its inhabitants

                A. where exists the network

                B. the existing network

                C. the network's existence

                D. exists the network

                24. _________advance and retreat in their eternal rhythms, but the surface of the sea itself is never at rest.

                A. Not only when the tides do

                B. As the tides not only do

                C. Not only do the tides

                D. Do the tides not only

                25.There is a real possibility that these animals could be frightened, _________ a sudden loud noise.

                A. being there

                B. should there be

                C. there was

                D. there having been

                26.Only under special circumstances_________to take make-up tests.

                A. are freshmen permitted

                B. freshmen are permitted

                C. permitted are freshmen

                D. are permitted freshmen

                27.She never laughed,_________lose her temper.

                A. or she ever did

                B. nor did she ever

                C. or did she ever

                D. nor she ever did

                28.No sooner had we reached the top of the hill_________we all sat down to rest.

                A. when

                B. then

                C. than

                D. until

                29. _________got on the train when it started to move.

                A. I rarely had

                B. Scarcely had I

                C. No sooner I had

                D. No sooner had I

                30.On no account_________rudeness from his employees.

                A. the manager will tolerate

                B. the manager will not tolerate

                C. the manager tolerates

                D. will the manager tolerate

                31.Nowhere but in Europe_________the results so clearly, which really have surprised us all.

                A. we have seen

                B. we saw

                C. we must have seen

                D. have we seen

                32.To such a extent_________his empty speech that some of us began to doze.

                A. did he go on with

                B. he would go on with

                C. he went on with

                D. he did go on with

                33.Without the friction between their feet and the ground, people would_________be able to walk.

                A. in no time

                B. in no way

                C. by all means

                D. on any account

                34._________ the surface of metal, but also weakens it.

                A. Not only does rust corrode

                B. Rust, which not only corrodes

                C. Not only rust corrodes

                D. Rust not only corrodes


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