1. a b Sports on television give everyone incentitive/incentive to participate in a healthier life.
2. a b It is extreamly/extremely doubtful that electronic media will replace books.
3. a b Autombile companies/companys have been successful with cars run by wind.
4. a b The world now posesses/possesses a great natural fuel that it is ignoring.
5. a b What is dreamed of today may be a reality tommorrow/tomorrow.
6. a b Most roommates/roomates are content merely to endure each other.
7. a b Computer technology will eventually replace books and cause national illiteracy/iliteracy.
8. a b Religion and literature have become similar in the past/passed few years.
9. a b The first idea that ocured/occurred to me was that this was the end of the world.
10. a b Gas shortages and pollution will therefore/therefor become more common.
11. a b Most students do not know that we are makeing/making a mountain out of a molehill.
12. a b When the reciever/receiver is placed on the hook, the conversation ends -- fortunately.
13. a b Television has had a bad effect/affect on the importance of the written word.
14. a b Everything some athletes/atheletes do, even if it is illegal or immoral, is approved by the most avid fans.
15. a b Oil companies will have to shift their/they're business to solar energy.
16. a b The telephone is still prefered/preferred to the personal letter.
17. a b People enjoy movies on many different occassions/occasions, but they usually go for relaxation.
18. a b Todays/Today's films are not always an art form.
19. a b Is the newspaper becomming/becoming obsolete? I think so.
20. a b In the newspaper you can get the complete story from beginning/begining to end.
21. a b The dangers of atomic energy are awesome to ecologicaly/ecologically minded people.
22. a b There/Their are among both conservationists and business people some radical thinkers.
23. a b Opponents must not critisize/criticize each other if they are to settle the problem.
24. a b Plans are already beginning to develope/develop that have the best features from both camps.
25. a b Before the candidates go further/farther into their discussion, they should attempt to reconcile their differences.
26. _____ (a) amoung (b) loneliness (c) losing (d) grammar
27. _____ (a) conscious (b) prejudice (c) discribe (d) controversy
28. _____ (a) persue (b) government (c) criticism (d) equipped
29. _____ (a) business (b) experience (c) choose (d) exist
30. _____ (a) appear (b) surprize (c) excellent (d) argument
31. _____ (a) rhythm (b) decision (c) analyze (d) reciept
32. _____ (a) posess (b) embarrass (c) conscience (d) acquire
33. _____ (a) controlled (b) probably (c) conscience (d) practicle
34. _____ (a) comparative (b) consistent (c) priviledge (d) forty
35. _____ (a) exaggerate (b) imagination (c) aquaint (d) definitely
36. _____ (a) perfessor (b) succeed (c) similar (d) shining
37. _____ (a) similiar (b) procedure (c) prominent (d) repetition
38. _____ (a) begining (b) prevalent (c) referring (d) height
39. _____ (a) who'se (b) accommodate (c) weird (d) disastrous
40. _____ (a) worshiped (b) suppress (c) propaganda (d) ninety
41. _____ (a) together (b) totally (c) hindrence (d) adolescence
42. _____ (a) abundence (b) commission (c) fundamental (d) roomate
43. _____ (a) possesses (b) equality (c) enemies (d) goverment
44. _____ (a) operate (b) price (c) opinion (d) opportunity
45. _____ (a) permanent (b) liveliness (c) altogether (d) curiculum
46. _____ (a) vacuum (b) delt (c) maintenance (d) technique
47. _____ (a) fulfill (b) apparatus (c) cemetery (d) warrent
48. _____ (a) tradgedy (b) tomorrow (c) lives (d) heroine
49. _____ (a) perceive (b) believe (c) foreign (d) retrieve
50. _____ (a) predjudice (b) grammar (c) persistent (d) referring
51. _____ (a) absebce (b) changable (c) environment (d) immediatly
52. _____ (a) acceptance (b) changeing (c) equipment (d) ignorence
53. _____ (a) acommodate (b) choose (c) excape (d) guarentee
54. _____ (a) analyze (b) alcohol (c) appearence (d) definate
55. _____ (a) defendent (b) couteous (c) sophomore (d) hypocrisy
56. _____ (a) library (b) professor (c) really (d) vengance
57. _____ (a) fourteen (b) forty (c) ninth (d) ninety
58. _____ (a) surprise (b) primative (c) probably (d) unnecesary
59. _____ (a) prominent (b) maintenence (c) irrelevent (d) syllable
60. _____ (a) audience (b) dilemma (c) hypocracy (d) dominant
61. _____ (a) alright (b) embarrass (c) foreign (d) gost
62. _____ (a) discribe (b) dissappearance (c) hurriedly (d) dependent
63. _____ (a) calender (b) cemetary (c) benefited (d) height
64. _____ (a) guidence (b) heroes (c) elligible (d) pronounciation
65. _____ (a) interupt (b) inventer (c) mathmatics (d) medecine
66. _____ (a) iresistible (b) irresistable (c) presistant (d) ommitted
67. _____ (a) reccommend (b) releave (c) relligion (d) sargeant
68. _____ (a) misuse (b) rescheduleing (c) coperate (d) arrangment
69. _____ (a) inteligent (b) permanent (c) singling (d) trafic
70. _____ (a) wierd (b) verticle (c) vilain (d) writing
71. _____ (a) persue (b) license (c) naturaly (d) reccommend
72. _____ (a) proffessor (b) personell (c) procede (d) publickly
73. _____ (a) quanity (b) grusome (c) humorous (d) exagerated
74. _____ (a) tradgedy (b) niether (c) succede (d) inoculate
75. _____ (a) discipline (b) eighth (c) employee (d) vacume
76. _______________ By her third date with him, she was allready
77. _______________ in love. Concerned about its affect on him,
78. _______________ she wore her best frock, hoping to acheive
79. _______________ the impression that she was never embarased. She wanted to facinate him or at
80. _______________ least make him like her, at least just a little.
81. _______________ Across the table at the restaurant from him
82. _______________ she saw him smile at her. She felt the benifit of his confidence. She smiles back self-
83. _______________ consciencely at him. What wonderful,
84. _______________ noticable poise he has! What complete
85. _______________ self-posession! If only she could be so
86. _______________ thouroughly at ease!
87. _______________ Now, the most embarrassing part of there
88. _______________ evening. Her fears are exagerated; now she
89. _______________ must order from the menu of foriegn foods.
90. _______________ she hopes she will perform better than last time.
91. _______________ The waiter approaches. He has a prominant
92. _______________ nose, and he definately is trying to scare her
93. _______________ and he knows he will succede. She looks at the menu. She frowns. Now that she
94. _______________ is dinning out, she knows she should
95. _______________ order something fancy. She hears
96. _______________ her voice saying "A tuna fish
97. _______________ sandwich, please." Horofied she thinks, "He will think I can't order."
98. _______________ It was on that ocassion that Amelia
99. _______________ made a decision. Since this had occured
100. _______________ to many times before, she decided to buy that famous book, How to Be Successful With the Opposite Sex.