17. Id like to buy the radio, but I havent got any money on me at the moment. Could you _______ for me for a day or two? A. bring it round B. lay it in C. take it in D. put it on one side 18. It was _______ a victory that even Smiths fans could believe it. A. such surprising B. so surprising C. too surprising D. surprising enough 19. Cable TV revolutionized communication; _______, the very existence of that service is now threatened by satellites. A. moreover B. consequently C. eventually D. nevertheless 20. _______, William Shakespeare is the most widely known. A. Of all writers in English B. All writers in English C. All of the writers in English D. With all, writers in English Supply the correct form of the verbs in backet. 1. I regret going to the cinema. I wish I _______ . (not go) 2. His sister suggested that he _______ jeans and T-shirt when he went for the interview. (not wear) 3. Look! All the lights in his room are off. He _______ right now. (sleep) 4. Nellie Ross of Wyoming was the first woman ______ governor in the United States. (elect) 5. Police are reported _______ illegal drugs in a secret hiding place in the stars home. (find) Identify the underlined word or phrase that must be changed to make the sentence correct by writing your answer (A, B, C, or D) in the numbered box. 1. Each year, tourists from all over the world travel to Poland to visit a birthplace of Frederic Chopin. A B C D 2. The director felt badly about not giving Mary the position that she had looked for from his company. A B C D 3. The sun, the controlled body of our solar system, is a star whose dimensions are classified as in size, temperature, A B C and brightness. D 4. The helpline 19001567, set up in 2004 by the government, is a 24-hours toll-free service for counselling and A B C D protecting children in Vietnam. 5. Thanks to the timely laws, some elephant populations, especially that in southern Africa, have recovered over the A B C D last decade.