This creates a base for the individual braided extensions that will later be tied into the rows.
(B) extensions that eventually are going to
(C) extensions, the latter of which will
(D) extensions so that they will
Although she narrowly lost bids for the U.S. Senate in 1982 and 1986, Woods's campaigns earned their national recognition.
（A）NO CHANGE （B） herself （C） them （D） her
Correct Answer: D
Pei's first concern as an architect is identifying the spirit of a place and translating that spirit mentioned here into architectural design. However, Pei's design for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with its bold use of glass walls and ceilings and multiple tiers connected by escalators that direct the eye upward, appropriately reflects a celebratory and rollicking spirit.
（A）NO CHANGE （B） Still, （C） So, when （D） Thus,
Correct Answer: D
I remembered everything about her: how she would get so absorbed in her work that she'd forget to eat, how he disliked talking in the morning, how she was firm in her decisions.
（A）with （B） regarding （C） along （D） about
Correct Answer: C
More ACT English Exam Questions
- 1Lizards lazing in the sun and quail rustling through grasses surprised us. Wild blackberries melted on our tongues. For example, the aroma of crushed eucalyptus leaves tingled in our noses.
- 2Smith realized the extent of her gift when her friend Alex Haley who had gathered essential material for his best-selling novel Roots from a griot in Gambia, began to refer to her as "my American griot." This was a revelation to Smith.
- 3So, when he has went to buy a new color television —because his old black-and-white model had finally quit—and the salesperson tried to talk him into buying a model with a remote control, he resisted.
- 4Then the microlending institution, such as Women's World Banking, makes a small loan (as little as ＄50) to, for example, an artisan or a food vendor (whom) would not qualify for a loan from a commercial bank.
- 5You have to admire the honesty of a company (who's) slogan is "Just About the Best." Glory Foods' president and founder, Bill Williams,explains the unusual slogan by admitting that while he knows that his foods can't beat the taste of real home cooking, they do come very close.