1 – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that Salmonella infections sicken 40,000 people each year in the United States, though the actual number of infections is likely much higher because many cases are mild and not diagnosed or reported.
C) even if
D) in case
2 – While much is known about the human infectious cycle of Salmonella, scientists have yet to understand how the bacteria escape the gut to spread infection
B) So long as
E) As if
3 – Because mesenchymal stem cells have a limited life span in laboratory cultures, scientists and doctors who use the cells in research and treatments must continuously obtain fresh samples from bone marrow donors, a process both expensive and time-consuming.
4 – If you were building a new airplane, it would be impossible — and dangerous — to design the parts of the plane in isolation and not considering how these individuals parts would interact with one another.
A) are building / will be
B) had been building / could be
C) were building / would be
D) would have built / had been
E) .are building / could be
5 – As soon as we put our heads underwater from the side of our small boat, our hearts went crazy.
B) As soon as
D) Even though
6 – Since 2005, Sala has fulfilled his passion to make a difference by leading National Geographic’s Pristine Seas expeditions.
A) was fulfilled
B) has fulfilled
C) has been fulfilled
7 – Sala believes that when we understand how healthy marine ecosystems work, we can help damaged ecosystems recover.
A) as long as
D) provided that
8 – Visitors are invited to satisfy their natural curiosity about the human body by exploring all the slimy, mushy, oozy, scaly and stinky gross (yet scientific) things that occur within them every day
A) are inviting
B) have invited
C) have been invited
D) were invited
E) are invited
9 – Thursday’s announcement about the confirmation of water ice in Mercury’s poles was, as the scientists put it, an “exclamation point” rather than a plain old period.
A) with / towards
B) to / over
C) about / rather than
D) about / by
E) to / at
10 – …………… way the next government goes, the election represents a failure for Ms Gillard, who had called it in hopes of cementing a brief Labor surge in the weeks after she became prime minister.
11 – I’m not sure how to spend money in other countries ……….. the value of the currency.
A) on behalf of
B) instead of
C) in case of
D) because of*
E) in order to
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