Finish up the sentences by adding one of the three fragments.


#1. Many people are (…)

1). … taking advantage of the change in the tax law.

2). … taken advantage of the change in the tax law.

3). … being taken advantage of the change in the tax law.

#2. They accused me (…)

1). … in shoplifting.

2). … with shoplifting.

3). … of shoplifting.

#3. Our next-door neighbour was arrested (…)

1). … for shoplifting.

2). … of shoplifting.

3). … with shoplifting.

#4. Three people have been (…)

1). … charged with theft.

2). … charging with theft.

3). … charge with theft.

#5. She denied (…)

1). … to steal the clothes.

2). … steal the clothes.

3). … stealing the clothes.

 

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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the three fragments.

#1. I doubt whether she (…)

1). … is guilty.

2). … is guilt.

3). … is guiltful.

#2. I caught a glimpse (…)

1). … someone shoplifting.

2). … of someone shoplifting.

3). … at someone shoplifting.

#3. My friends made me (…)

1). … steal something from the shop.

2). … to steal something from the shop.

3). … to stealing something from the shop.

#4. She says she was made (…)

1). … stealing something from the shop.

2). … to steal something from the shop.

3). … steal something from the shop.

#5. It is illegal for someone (…)

1). … to steal something from a shop.

2). … steal something from a shop.

3). … stealing something from a shop.

 

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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the three fragments.

#1. The prisoner knew he had (…)

1). … made a mistake and would regret it forever.

2). … got a mistake and would regret it forever.

3). … done a mistake and would regret it forever.

#2. The boy (…)

1). … denied that he had had anything to do with the break-in.

2). … refused that he had had anything to do with the break-in.

3). … objected that he had had anything to do with the break-in.

#3. Do you have (…)

1). … allowance to take that bicycle?

2). … permission to take that bicycle?

3). … exception to take that bicycle?

#4. He says it was an accident, but I know he (…)

1). … did it on reason.

2). … did it on aim.

3). … did it on purpose.

#5. Things started to (…)

1). … go wrong for the robbers when the alarm went off.

2). … take wrong for the robbers when the alarm went off.

3). … come wrong for the robbers when the alarm went off.

 

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Finish up the sentences by adding one of the three fragments.

#1. The sign says that all shoplifters will be (…)

1). … prosecuting.

2). … persecuted.

3). … prosecuted.

#2. The police said there was no sign of a forced entry even though the house (…)

1). … was burgled.

2). … had been burgled.

3). … burgled.

#3. He said he (…)

1). … would sue us, but I don't think he'll carry out his threat.

2). … will sue us, but I don't think he'll carry out his threat.

3). … has sue us, but I don't think he'll carry out his threat.

#4. The police caught the thief (…)

1). … red-handed.

2). … in the red.

3). … red handing.

#5. …, the judge put the young offender on probation for two years.

1). On considered the case, …

2). After considering the case, …

3). Before having considered, …


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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. The police (…) a reward to anyone with information about the crime.

1) are offering 2) is offered 3) is being offering

#2. He (…) cocaine to an undercover police officer before he was detained.

1) was offered 2) had offered 3) had been offered

#3. The judgement (…) today by the Supreme Court.

1) was handed down 2) has been handed down 3) is being handed down

#4. Only a final judgement is supposed (…) subject to appeals.

1) to be 2) to have been 3) has been

#5. Tenants involved in a dispute with their land lord (…) legal advice.

1) must to seek 2) has to seek 3) shall seek

 

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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. Our team of legal experts (…) to help and advise you.

1) will be pleased 2) will have been pleased 3) were pleased

#2. Finally he (…) of attempting to pervert the course of justice.

1) was accused 2) had been accused 3) has been accused

#3. The girl’s killers were reported (…) to justice.

1) to been brought 2) to have been brought 3) to have brought

#4. New parliamentary elections will be held after the Parliament (…).

1) will be dissolved 2) are dissolved 3) has been dissolved

#5. France is engaged in (…) a rapid-reaction force to deal with the crisis.

1) being created 2) having been created 3) creating

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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. Before (…) their passage through Parliament, a bill is to be thoroughly analysed by the drafters.

1) begins 2) beginning 3) began

#2. The state officials stated that proposals for a new constitution in Australia (…) under discussion recently.



1) are 2) have been 3) had been

#3. Once the bill (…) both Houses, it goes to a Conference Committee.

1) has passed 2) would pass 3) will be passed

#4. The judge (…) the sentence, told Kelly that the public needed protection from him.

1) passed 2) passing 3) would pass

#5. A convicted person is presumed innocent until (…) guilty.

1) proves 2) was proved 3) proved

 

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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. What would happen if this defendant (…) guilty?

1) didn’t plead 2) wouldn’t plead 3) doesn’t plead

#2. He is said (…) for twelve years already.

1) to be imprisoned 2) to has been imprisoned 3) to have been imprisoned

#3. County courts are primarily civil law courts and are presided (…) by county court judges.

1) for 2) above 3) over

#4. If a magistrate commits a person or a case (…) trial, they send the person or the case to a higher court.

1) to 2) for 3) against

#5. The minor was watching his full-aged friend (…) adultery.

1) to commit 2) committing 3) committed

 

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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. If you (…) appointed chairman of the Sentencing body, you will report on how well public safety is protected by Scottish courts.

1) should be 2) would be 3) will be

#2. There (…) some evidence that she was an accomplice to that crime.

1) are 2) were 3) is

#3. The judge asserted that he (…) his silence as evidence of his guilt.

1) can’t take 2) couldn’t take 3) will not be able to take

#4. In his evidence, he said that he (…) Mr. Jones.

1) has never met 2) was never met 3) had never met

#5. They destroyed the evidence (…) it down the toilet.

1) by flushing 2) flushed 3) on flushing

 

$AM 0876, 18, 3, 1,0,0

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. His defence team requires (…) with new forensic evidence.

1) having coming up 2) to come up 3) to have come up

#2. Attorney General, as well as Advocate General (…) for the summits to Brazil.

1) is leaving 2) are leaving 3) will to be leaving

#3. Neither the Scottish police nor the Scottish Crime Squad (…) this smuggler.

1) has detained 2) have not detained 3) has not detained

#4. A number of Constables from Northern Ireland (…) in the Parole Board meeting.

1) are participating 2) is participated 3) is participating

#5. The sentence is generally issued by the judge (…) the name of the superior authority of the State.

1) after 2) in 3) on

 

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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. I wonder if under summary procedure, the sheriff (…) prison sentences of up to three months or a fine of ₤ 5,000.

1) must to impose 2) are to impose 3) shall impose

#2. The statements given by the two witnesses (…).

1) didn’t agree 2) wasn’t agree 3) isn’t agreed

#3. He doesn’t agree (…) giving money to beggars.

1) on 2) for 3) of

#4. Since 1800, many of the world’s monarchies (…) to have a monarch and become republics or parliamentary democracies.

1) have been ceased 2) have ceased 3) ceased

#5. The Sovereign succeeds to the throne as soon as his or her predecessor (…).

1) will die 2) die 3) dies

 

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Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. The Queen is represented by a Governor General, appointed by her (…) the advice of the ministers.

1) to 2) on 3) from

#2. The newly appointed judge (…) law for over ten year now.

1) have been practicing 2) is practicing 3) has been practicing

#3. Proceedings will be brought to a conclusion (…) a time appointed by this committee.

1) at 2) in 3) by

#4. Her contract (…) in two months, so she’s looking for another job.

1) runs down 2) runs out 3) runs for

#5. My passport (…) out of date on the eve of the New Year.

1) will be 2) will have been 3) would be

 

$AM 0879, 18, 3, 1,0,0

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate grammar form(s).

#1. Germany (…) its jury system in 1924, replacing it with a system of lay assessors sitting together with professional judges.

1) has discontinued 2) was discontinued 3) discontinued

#2. Neither Peter nor his witnesses (…) yet.

1) have not testified 2) testified 3) have testified

#3. The Queen, accompanied by Governor General and Privy Council members (…) the southern states of Australia.

1) are visiting 2) are being visited 3) is visiting

#4. A Scotland Yard spokesman stated that additional security measures (…).

1) are being taken 2) was taken 3) were being taken

#5. The lifer is reported (…) to a neutral country in the mid-October.

1) to have escaped 2) to escape 3) to be escaped

 

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