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George H.
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Read the following passage and answer the questions about it. The most dangerous effect of climate change is, perhaps, the effect it has on sea level. Although the ocean will not overtake the world's coastal cities all at once, a greater volume of water presents a greater threat during hurricanes and typhoons. We've seen the destruction of storms such as hurricane Sandy, which slammed into New York City. (The passage will be longer in an actual tutoring session and in the actual TOEFL test) 1. The word "present" in the third line is closest in meaning to a. steal b. pose c. diminish d. interpret (The real test and tutoring will include more questions about the same passage)

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Answer:

The answer is B. "Pose" and "present" can be used interchangeably.

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Conjugation Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb in parentheses, in PRESENT tense. (être) Je _________ Américain.

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Answer:

Je suis Américain.

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Simple Past Tense in Question Form Multiple Choice Which sentence is correct? A) Did you went to the grocery store yesterday? B) Did go grocery store yesterday? C) You go to the grocery store yesterday, right? D) Did you go to the grocery store yesterday?

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Answer:

The correct answer is D. The form is "Did" + subject + base form verb ...... + ? Did you go to the grocery store yesterday?

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