21. Bubbles, flaws, and other irregularities diffuse the
light that passes through stained glass, _________
the glass sparkle.
22. Fog is common near _________ inland bodies of
water and along coasts in temperate zones.
(A)there are large
23. The portrayal of everyday life in the objects of folk art
makes it _________ valuable source of history.
(B)so that a
24. _______ by the United States government's Bureau of
Labor Statistics, the Consumer Price Index compares
current costs of goods and services with past costs.
(B)As it prepared
25. _________ carries the genes, which determine the
hereditary characteristics of the cell or organism.
(B)The chromosome that
(C)Whereas the chromosome
(D)There is a chromosome
26. _________ directly with most metals to form
compounds called carbides.
(C)The reaction of carbon
(D)When carbon reacts
27. Meteorites are slowed down by Earth's atmosphere,
but if they are moving _________, they can form a
crater on impact.
(C)so fast enough
(D)enough are fast
28. Located at the upper end of each________ an adrenal
gland, an integral part of the endocrine system.
(A)kidney which is
29. About 75 percent of all cadmium is used for cadmium
plating of _________ such as iron and steel.
(A)easily corroded metals
(B)metals are easily corroded
(C)corroded metals that easily
(D)how easily metals corroded
30. An atom is a basic structural unit of matter, the
smallest particle of an element _________ into
(A)that can enter
(B)can it enter
(C)when entering it can
(D)that enters can
31. All the major cities of the United States, ________ the
cities of the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico, began
as centers of trade.
(A)and to include
32. Settled by English Puritans in 1630, Boston became
(A)the capital of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
(B)the Massachusetts Bay Colony its capital
(C)it was the capital of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
(D)so that the capital of the Massachusetts Bay Colony
33. Navigators on ships and aircraft use a compass
to determine _________ they are heading.
(A)the direction in which
(B)to where the direction
(C)that direction of which
(D)where the direction
34. A condenser is a heat exchanger _________ steam
or vapor loses heat and returns to liquid form.
35. Published in 1957, John Cheever's first novel,
The Wapshot Chronicle, earned _________ the
National Book Award.
(A)that he had
36. As seen from the Earth at night, _________ planet
Jupiter ranks third among the planets and stars
in maximum brightness, after Venus and Mars.
(B)in which the
37. _________ produces a crimson glow in a
vacuum tube and is used extensively in
(D)There is neon
38. Chaparral consists of _________ stunted by short,
wet winters followed by long, dry summers.
(A)are trees and shrubs
(B)how trees and shrubs
(C)trees and shrubs have
(D)trees and shrubs
39. The Monroe Doctrine of 1823 was _________ of
United States policy concerning the activities and rights
of European powers in North and South America.
(A)when a statement
(B)as a statement
(D)to a statement
40. _________ to stand in a warm place, it sours
because of the presence of bacteria that
convert milk sugar into acid.
(A)When milk is allowed
(B)When is milk allowed
(C)Milk, when allowed
(D)When milk allowed
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