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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Final Examination of Comparative Studies for Senoirs


Final Examination
Comparative Studies of Mongolian and English Languages
Linguistic Department
“Gurvan-Erdene” Pedagogical Institute
May 9, 2013

Aim: Check student’s knowledge and skills of linguistic aspects, categories, and terms which he or she practiced during the whole semester in oral and written comprehension by indicating or describing members or words in a sentence.
Duration: 90 minutes
Form: Pull out one string with sentence, have a seat, number all of the words in the sentence, then put the numbers after the appropriate terms in a numbered list on a sheet, finally attach the sentence string by sticking or gluing.
Works Cited: Writer’s Choice-12



Student Name:                                                                    Comprehension Content and Assessment Criteria:


  1. 1.    Singular Noun ……………………………..
  2. 2.    Plural Noun ………………………………..
  3. 3.    Countable Noun …………………………..
  4. 4.    Uncountable Noun ……………………….
  5. 5.    Common Noun ……………………………
  6. 6.    Proper Noun ………………………………
  7. 7.    Collective Noun ……………………………
  8. 8.    Concrete Noun …………………………….
  9. 9.    Abstract Noun ……………………………..
  10. 10.  Possessive Noun ………………………….
  11. 11.  Simple Noun ………………………………
  12. 12.  Derivative Noun …………………………..
  13. 13.  Compound Noun ………………………….
  14. 14.  Gender …………………………………….
  15. 15.  Masculine …………………………………
  16. 16.  Feminine …………………………………..
  17. 17.  Neuter ……………………………………..
  18. 18.  Suffix ………………………………………
  19. 19.  Prefix ………………………………………
  20. 20.  Partitive …………………………………..
  21. 21.  Personal Pronoun ……………………….
  22. 22.  First Person Personal Pron. …………….
  23. 23.  Second Person Personal Pron. …………
  24. 24.  Third Person Personal Pron. …………….
  25. 25.  Nominative Case …………………………
  26. 26.  Possessive Case …………………………
  27. 27.  Objective Case ……………………….          
  28. 28.  Subject Pronoun …………………………
  29. 29.  Object Pronoun ………………………….
  30. 30.  Possessive Pronoun ……………………..
  31. 31.  Possessive Adjective …………………….
  32. 32.  Reflexive Pronoun ………………………..
  33. 33.  Intensive Pronoun …………………………
  34. 34.  Demonstrative Pronoun ……………………
  35. 35.  Interrogative Pronoun …………………….
  36. 36.  Question Words …………………………..
  37. 37.  Indefinite Pronoun ……………………….
  38. 38.  Relative Pronoun …………………………
  39. 39.  Antecedent …………………………………
  40. 40.  Action Verb ………………………………..
  41. 41.  Non-action Verb …………………………….
  42. 42.  Transitive Verb ……………………………..
  43. 43.  Intransitive Verb …………………………..
  44. 44.  Linking Verb ……………………………….
  45. 45.  Stative Verb ……………………………….
  46. 46.  Verb Phrase ……………………………….
  47. 47.  Modal Auxiliary …………………………….
  48. 48.  Helping Verb ………………………………
  49. 49.  Principal Parts …………………………….
  50. 50.  Forms of Verb ……………………………..
  51. 51.  Emphatic Form …………………………….
  52. 52.  Regular Verb ………………………………
  53. 53.  Irregular Verb ……………………………..
  54. 54.  The Present simple ………………………
  55. 55.  The Present Continuous ………………..
  56. 56.  The Present Perfect …………………….
  57. 57.  Present Perfect Progressive ……………
  58. 58.  The Past Simple ………………………….
  59. 59.  The Past Progressive ……………………
  60. 60.  The Past Perfect ……………………..
  61. 61.  Future Simple …………………………..
  62. 62.  Future Progressive …………………….
  63. 63.  Future Past …………………………….
  64. 64.  Future Perfect …………………………
  65. 65.  Future Perfect Progressive ……………
  66. 66.  Active Voice ……………………………..
  67. 67.  Passive Voice …………………………..
  68. 68.  Indicative Mood …………………………
  69. 69.  Imperative Mood ……………………….
  70. 70.  Subjunctive Mood ……………………..
  71. 71.  Adjective ………………………………..
  72. 72.  Proper Adjective …………………………
  73. 73.  Comparative Degree …………………….
  74. 74.  Superlative Degree ………………………
  75. 75.  Adverb …………………………………….
  76. 76.  Conjunctive Adverb ………………………
  77. 77.  Definite Article ……………………………
  78. 78.  Indefinite Articles ………………………..
  79. 79.  Preposition ……………………………….
  80. 80.  Prepositional Phrase …………………….
  81. 81.  Object of a Preposition …………………..
  82. 82.  Compound Preposition …………………..
  83. 83.  Coordinating Conjunction ………………..
  84. 84.  Correlative Conjunction …………………
  85. 85.  Subordinating Conjunction ………………
  86. 86.  Interjection ………………………………..
  87. 87.  Simple Subject …………………………….
  88. 88.  Compound Subject ……………………….
  89. 89.  Complete Subject ………………………..
  90. 90.  Simple Predicate ………………………….
  91. 91.  Compound Predicate ……………………
  92. 92.  Complete Predicate ………………………
  93. 93.  Complement ……………………………..
  94. 94.  Direct Object ……………………………..
  95. 95.  Indirect Object ……………………………
  96. 96.  Subject Complement ………………………
  97. 97.  Predicate Nominative ……………………..
  98. 98.  Predicate Adjective ………………………
  99. 99.  Object Complement ………………………
  100. 100.               Verbal ………………………………
  101. 101.               Gerund …………………………
  102. 102.               Infinitive …………………………
  103. 103.               Participle …………………………
  104. 104.               Main Clause ………………………
  105. 105.               Independent Clause ……………
  106. 106.               Dependent Clause …………………
  107. 107.               Subordinate Clause ………………
  108. 108.               Adjective Clause …………………
  109. 109.               Relative Clause …………………
  110. 110.               Essential Adjective Clause ………
  111. 111.               Nonessential Adj. Clause ………..
  112. 112.               Noun Clause ……………………..
  113. 113.               Simple Sentence …………………
  114. 114.               Compound Sentence …………….
  115. 115.               Complex Sentence ……………….
  116. 116.               Compound Complex S. …………..
  117. 117.               Declarative Sentence …………….
  118. 118.               Imperative Sentence ……………..
  119. 119.               Interrogative Sentence …………..
  120. 120.               Exclamatory Sentence …………..



Comprehension Sentences:
  1. 1.    I will remember that beautiful story as long as I live.
  2. 2.    Whenever the moon shines, we marvel at the simple beauty of the natural world.
  3. 3.    I know him better than I know her, but I know neither well.
  4. 4.    We will go where you like.
  5. 5.    Linda won’t be a hairdresser; instead. She’ll be a manicurist.
  6. 6.    Soto was late for class; moreover, he forgot his homework.
  7. 7.    The teacher stood watching the class; indeed, she seemed lost in thought.
  8. 8.    Gee, she went shopping for a blouse; instead, she bought me this nice sport coat.
  9. 9.    The police officer stopped Henry, who argued his case; nonetheless, he got a ticket.
  10. 10. The farmer plowed and planted good seed; consequently, he reaped a beautiful crop.
  11. 11. Darn it! George painted the wrong desk white.
  12. 12. Good grief! The cattle broke the fence and are milling about in the field.
  13. 13. The salesclerk waited by the telephone.
  14. 14. The letter concerned an event that happened before last week.
  15. 15. Do you like living near the ocean?
  16. 16. Tom found this little kitten on the sidewalk.
  17. 17. My dad never loses his temper.
  18. 18. Haven’t you chosen the menu yet?
  19. 19. Shane said she really wanted to meet the very famous actor yesterday.
  20. 20. The week after a forest fire, when the earth cools down, is often the best time to plant tree seedlings.
  21. 21. Tom could not wait to tour the tropical forest when he visited Brazil.
  22. 22. I am apologizing because I have arrived so late.
  23. 23. Do you still have time?
  24. 24. I could have arrived on time if I had planned my day better.
  25. 25. We all must work together on the class project.
  26. 26. The team’s fans were happily celebrating the big championship won.
  27. 27. Tomorrow morning many veterans will march in the victory parade.
  28. 28. The farmer had held an auction of his livestock last week.
  29. 29. The highway was being widened for the increase in traffic from the city.
  30. 30. The children were being taken to the zoo in the newest school bus.
  31. 31. Our library will be open during school vacation.
  32. 32. Our guest might arrive in time for the dinner presentation at noon.
  33. 33. The cows were being milked at the same time every morning.
  34. 34. We were sailing on the lake when the storm hit, so we immediately headed for shore.
  35. 35. After I had typed the document, I found some misspelled words, so I looked then up.

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