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TOEFL

A. TUGAS GERUND
1. Everybody arranged .. ( to meet/ meeting ) at the train station 30 minutes before
the train departed.
2. Simona resisted ( to speak/speaking ) Italian during her English training
program in London. She wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to improve her
English.
3. Do you care .. ( to join/ joining ) us later for dinner? We are meeting at Tony's
Italian Restaurant downtown.
4. We waited ( to see/ seeing ) what would happen next, but nothing
happened.
5. Julius vowed ( to return/ returning )to his home country once again to see
the village where he and his family had lived before the war.
6. Diana yearns.. ( to travel/ travelling ) to far off, exotic destinations.
7. When she got through ( to read/ reading ) her book, she laid it on the table
next to the bed and went to sleep.
8. They expected . ( to arrive/ arriving ) much earlier, but their plane was
delayed in Paris.
9. Michael postponed .. ( to clean/ cleaning ) the bathroom as long as possible.
He hates cleaning!
10. How can you defend ( to say/ saying ) such terrible things to him?

B. TUGAS NOUN CLAUSE


FIND OUT THE NOUN CLAUSES IN THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES
1. The king ordered that the traitor should be put to death.
2. He said that he would not go.
3. That he is not interested in the offer is known to us.
4. He said that he was not feeling well.
5. I cannot rely on what he says.
6. I dont know where he has gone.
7. He asked whether the servant had polished his shoes.
8. The news that he is alive has been confirmed.
9. The belief that the soul is immortal is almost universal.
10. It is certain that we will have to admit defeat.
11. It was fortunate that he was present.
12. The report that only ten persons were killed in the riots is not true.

C. TUGAS CONDITIONAL SENTENCES


COMPLETE THE CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
TYPE 1
1.

If you (go)

out with your friends tonight, I (watch)

the

football match on TV.


2.

I (earn)

3.

If she (hurry / not)

a lot of money if I (get)


, we (miss)

that job.
the bus.

TYPE 2
1.

If he (try)

2.

I (buy)

3.

It (surprise / not)

harder, he (reach)

his goals.

these shoes if they (fit)


me if he (know / not)

.
the answer.

TYPE 3
1.

If we (listen)

2.

If you (switch)

to the radio, we (hear)

the news.

on the lights, you (fall / not)

over the

chair.
3.

She (come)

to our party if she (be / not)

TYPE 1, 2 OR 3
1.

If I stronger, I'd help you carry the piano.

2.

If we'd seen you, we .

3.

If we .him tomorrow, we'll say hello.

4.

He would have repaired the car himself if he .the tools.

on holiday.

5.

If you drop the vase, it .

6.

If I hadn't studied, I .. the exam.

7.

I wouldn't go to school by bus if I .. a driving license.

8.

If she .. him every day, she'd be lovesick.

9.

I .. to London if I don't get a cheap flight.

10.

We'd be stupid if we . him about our secret.

MIXED
Put in the correct phrases and form a conditional sentence (type I, II, III). Watch the
underlined verbs.
1. If we meet at 9:30, we
2. Lisa would find the milk if she

(to have) plenty of time.


(to look) in the fridge.

3. The zookeeper would have punished her with a fine if she

(to feed) the

animals.

4. If you spoke louder, your classmates

(to understand) you.

5. Dan

(to arrive) safe if he drove slowly.

6. You

(to have) no trouble at school if you had done your homework.

7. If you

(to swim) in this lake, you'll shiver from cold.

8. The door will unlock if you

9. If Mel

(to press) the green button.

(to ask) her teacher, he'd have answered her questions.

10. I

(to call) the office if I was/were you.

D. TUGAS ADJECTIVES CLAUSES


Adjective clauses are used to modify nouns or pronouns. Underline the adjective clauses
in the following sentences and state which noun or pronoun is modified by them.
1. The girl who won the first prize is my niece.
2. The forest through which we travelled was dark and gloomy.
3. My sister who lives in Mexico is a nurse.
4. This is the same house that Tennyson occupied.
5. This is the same old story that we have been hearing since our childhood.
6. He has a brilliant son who is certain to bring credit to his family.
7. All that glitters is not gold.
8. He that is down fears no fall.
9. The plan I proposed was rejected.
10. This is the reason why he does not want to come here.