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1. (Points: 2)
The bank will not (lend, loan) money for home repairs.

b. loan

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2. (Points: 2)
My allergies sometimes cause me to (loose, lose) my voice.

b. lose

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3. (Points: 2)
Please leave the report on the desk, and either John or (myself, I) will pick it up.


b. I

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4. (Points: 2)
The (principal, principle) earned almost no interest last year.



a. principal

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5. (Points: 2)
The parade (preceded, proceeded) down Main Street in spite of the rain.


b. proceeded

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6. (Points: 2)
The small workshop was full of large (stationary, stationery) tools.


b. stationery

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7. (Points: 2)
We were (suppose, supposed) to meet the mayor at the reception.

b. supposed

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8. (Points: 2)
(They're, There) are twenty-four computers in each English lab.


b. There

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9. (Points: 2)
Let the doorman know when (you're, your) ready to leave.



a. you're


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10. (Points: 2)
I would like to know (who's, whose) jacket this is.


b. whose

  • EnglishCheck -

    1. Both are correct.

    http://www.dailywritingtips.com/loan-lend-loaned-lent/

    http://grammar.about.com/od/alightersideofwriting/a/lendloan.htm

    Numbers 4 and 6 are wrong. The rest are correct.

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    How are 4 and 6 wrong?

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    4 is Principal because it is as a sum of money

    and 6 is large "stationery" tools

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    How can the tools be static ?

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    Sorry, I was wrong about 4. However, 6 is stationary because the tools don't move.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stationary

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stationery

  • EnglishCheck -

    The first one was wrong.
    and that is harsh because I know I should depend on my self but this should be a legitimate site and you should not confuse students like this.

    I changed 6 because I suspected you would be wrong again.

    I went wrong on my last test because you told me I was wrong, and I was really confused.

    This is very disappointing. You all are supposed to HELP us, not misguide us further.

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    I hope you did not disregard this message !!!

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    #1. is wrong, the correct answer is lend.

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    TWO WRONG!!!!!

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