Written Expression

Friday, 25 February 2011

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Written Expression is the second part after Structure in Structure and Written expression Questions. Read the complete information about Written Expression below


Questions 16 through 40 in the Structure and Written Expression section of the TOEFL test measure your knowledge of the correct way to express yourself in English writing. Each question in this section consists of one sentence in which four words or groups of words have been underlined. You must choose the letter of the word or group of words that is not correct.


Both of a Halibut’s eyes  are on one sides of its head 

   A                             B                         C              D

If you look at the underlined words in this example, you should see that the verb are is not correct. The verb should be the singular is because the subject result is singular. Therefore, you should choose answer (C) because (C) is not correct.

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