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(IV) grammatical content of other notional words

in addition to verbs, notional words include nouns, pronouns, numerals, adjectives and adverbs. The grammatical content of these words includes the number and case of nouns, the consistency of the case, number and reference of pronouns, the expression of various numbers, the level of adjectives and adverbs, their position in sentences, word order, etc. For example:

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1.A.more fast thanB.more fast thatC.faster thanD.faster that

2.A.most important 0fB.more important of

C.most important fromD.more important from fall their standard 0f livingB.falling their standard 0f living

C.their standard of living to faUD.their standard of living falling

4.A.his properB.his ownC.their properD.their own

5.A.In spite 0fB.AllhoughC.EvenD.However the the overseasC.abroadlJ.iorelgn

7.A.fortnightB.fortnight'sc.two weeksD.two week's

8.A.t Hatb.whatc.asd.who


10.a.1itleb.a littlec.fewd.a few

(reference answer: 1.c, 2.a, 3.d, 4.d, 5.b, 6.c, 7.b, 8.a, 9.d, 10.c.)

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