Lesson 10 - TOEFL Structure

1) In the textile industry, the term “gunny” refers to ___burlap that is not of the best quality.

2) The skyscraper, ___,is an architectural form that originated in the United States.

3) ___ were stones piled at intervals

4) Some procedures used for laboratory analysis of archaeological specimens are ___ procedures conducted in crime laboratories

5) The windmill, which has been used for hundreds of years to pump water and grind grains, ___ redesigned to produce electricity

6) In 1938, when Benny Goodman’s orchestra presented a concert at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, ___ was clear that jazz had at last been fully accepted

7) ___ a continuous mass of water on the Earth’s surface, all continents are islands in the strictest sense of the word.

8) The spiral threads of a spider’s web have a sticky substance on them ___ insects.

9) ___ in 1635, the Boston Latin School is the oldest public school in the United States.

10) According to anthropologists, the earliest ancestors of humans that stood upright resembled chimpanzees ___, with sloping foreheads and protruding brows.

Grammar Easy Grammar Medium Grammar - Difficult
1->25 26->49 50->75 76->99 100->125 126->164
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