Are the front teeth located in the upper and lower jaws.



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Are the front teeth located in the upper and lower jaws.



A) incisors;

B) premolars;

C) canines;

D) molars.

Before entering the operating room the surgeon and his assistant get ready in the … .

A) patient’s ward;

B) reception ward;

C) scrub-up room;

D) post-operative ward.

The future doctors must possess profound … of medical sciences.

A) spirit;

B) knowledge;

C) friends;

D) hospital.

Internal … are studied during the fifth and sixth years.

A) subjects;

B) diseases;

C) habits;

D) skills.

 

Many students perform the research work at different … .

A) class rooms;

B) wards;

C) scientific societies;

D) art societies.

Our University has a unique … consisting of a stadium, a swimming pool, a track-and-field athletic hall, and a basketball playground.

A) laboratory;

B) library;

C) sports complex;

D) research centre.

One can buy … besides medicines at the chemist’s.

A) disinfectants, herbs and things for medical care such as hot-water bottles, medicine droppers, cups, thermometers;

B) scientific magazines and textbooks, exercise-books, pens, pencils, erasers and so on;

C) various pieces of clothes such as trousers, skirts, shirts, pullovers, jackets, coats, etc;

D) some vegetables such as carrot, tomato, potato, cabbage, cucumber, squash, eggplant and others.

Every drugs has its significant therapeutic … .

A) doctor;

B) effect;

C) disease;

D) department.

Within the curriculum the … have learned theoretical and clinical sciences.

A) patients;

B) students;

C) infants;

D) newborns.

An average chemist’s has a hall for …

A) dancers;

B) singers;

C) visitors;

D) dentists.

Chemist will use many modern techniques to provide … about molecular structure of the elements.

A) radiation;

B) information;

C) consumption;

D) graduation.

The combination of hydrogen and oxygen … water.

A) produces;

B) destroys;

C) boils;

D) prevents.

… chemistry gives the future specialists the idea of classical and modern methods of chemical analysis used in the examination of drugs.

A) Biological;

B) Organic;

C) Physical;

D) Analytical.

Is this medicine for external or … use?

A) cough;

B) fever;

C) internal;

D) injection.

The Periodic … of Mendeleyev is one of the most important in modern chemistry.

A) article;

B) law;

C) reaction;

D) charge.

To be a pharmacist is a very interesting and … specialty.

A) useless;

B) useful;

C) neglected;

D) surgical.

Aromatic waters are clear, saturated aqueous … of volatile oils or other aromatic substances.

A) solids;

B) metals;

C) solutions;

D) powders.

… usually performs pre-medication.

A) A surgeon;

B) A nurse;

C) An anaesthetist;

D) A physician.

The first year students … Anatomy.

A) describe;

B) study;

C) visit;

D) make.

The course of … at the medical university is six years.

A) rest;

B) treatment;

C) study;

D) disease.

The lectures are delivered by highly … specialists.

A) minded;

B) experienced;

C) practiced;

D) pleased.

Some patients are affected with … diseases, such as colitis, indigestion.

A) bowel;

B) kidney;

C) heart;

D) liver.

Hippocrates Oath reads the following: … .

A) “I shall not do my neighbours any harm”;

B) “I shall not do my parents any harm”;

C) “I shall do my patients harm”;

D) “I shall not do my patient any harm”.

Inside the … we find the stomach, the liver, the spleen.

A) oral cavity;

B) thoracic cavity;

C) abdominal cavity;

D) cranial cavity.

Hippocrates studied for a long period in … .

A) Kyiv;

B) London;

C) Athens;

D) New York.

Diseases of the skin are the field of … .

A) Gerontology;

B) Ophthalmology;

C) Dentistry;

D) Dermatology.

Overdosage of medicines may cause … .

A) influenza;

B) unfavourable reactions and sometimes even death;

C) AIDS;

D) intensive growth of ears, nose, lips and teeth.

The nurse usually injects patients morphine to control the post-operative … .

A) wound pain;

B) wound healing;

C) wound edges;

D) wound process.

At English lessons we … exercises.

A) build;

B) write;

C) sing;

D) treat.

Clinical … are studied from the third to the fifth year.

A) procedures;

B) habits;

C) skills;

D) subjects.

The course of study at the pharmaceutical … lasts for 5 year.

A) course;

B) branch;

C) department;

D) field.

One of two traditions of higher education in the USA is … .

A) college tradition of France;

B) school tradition of England;

C) college tradition of England;

D) school tradition of Europe.

“I shall enter any house for the good of the patient. I shall not do my patient any harm”, - these words belong to … .

A) Avicenna;

B) Hippocrates;

C) Pirogov;

D) Konchalovsky.

Patients suffering from serious diseases are sent to a hospital for … treatment.

A) in-patient;

B) out-patient;

C) ambulance;

D) sanatorium.

The aim of medical institutions is … the health of the people.

A) to protect;

B) to prevent;

C) to worsen;

D) to divide.

According to Hippocrates … has the means of cure within itself.

A) the body;

B) the arms;

C) the head;

D) the legs.

A dentist treats … disorders.

A) mental;

B) pulmonary;

C) stomatological;

D)surgical.

…separates the oral cavity from the nasal cavity.

A)The fauces;

B) The uvula;

C) The hard palate;

D) The soft palate.

A man has a total six … .

A)teeth;

B)tonsils;

C)jaws;

D)palates.

The teeth are set in … .

A) temporal bones;

B) jawbones;

C) femur;

D) frontal bone.

The so-called … subjects are physics, chemistry, biology, human anatomy, histology and physiology.

A) clinical;

B) psychological;

C) preclinical;

D) experimental.

At 9 o’clock the … begins to make the morning round.

A) doctor;

B) nurse;

C) patient;

D) pharmacist.

… is a sense organ that detects taste.

A) tooth;

B) tongue;

C) nose

D) eye.

Nowadays most drugs are distributed to … or hospital in suitable dosage forms.

A) chemist’s;

B) home;

C) faculty;

D) dose.

Large number of … are an invaluable aid to man – as a source of vitamins and natural medicine.

A) waves;

B) bacteria;

C) plants;

D) chemicals.

Many students are the members of the scientific … in organic chemistry.

A) society;

B) science;

C) lecture;

D) explanation.

Future … specialists can work as managers, assistants, dispensing pharmacists or chemist-analysts in a chemist’s .

A) medical;

B) pediatric;

C) dental;

D) pharmacy.

Compounding and dispensing … demand special knowledge, experience and high professional standards.

A) hospitals;

B) patients;

C) medicines;

D) pharmasists.

People with many ailments are sent to the … to be healed through good food, fresh air and sunlight.

A) dispensary;

B) institute;

C) sanatorium;

D) out-patient clinic.

… is the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease, illness, injury and physical and mental impairment in humans.

A) Economy;

B) Industry;

C) Health care;

D) Technology.


 

Виберіть правильний варіант утворення множини іменника, якщо можливо:

Copy

A) copys;

B) copyies;

C) copies;

D) copyes.

Child

A) children;

B) childs;

C) childes;

D) childies.

Pneumococcus

A) pneumococcuses;

B) pneumococuses;

C) pneumococci;

D) pneumococcis.

Calix

A) calices;

B) calicies;

C) calixes;

D) calixs.

Baby

A) babys;

B) babyes;

C) babies;

D) babis.

ox

A) oxen;

B) oxs;

C) oxes;

D) oxa.

Fungus

A) funguses;

B) fungi;

C) funguss;

D) fungusa.

Foot

A) foots;

B) footes;

C) foot;

D) feet.

Body

A) bodys;

B) bodis;

C) body;

D) bodies.

Bacterium

A) bacteria;

B) bacteriums;

C) bacterii;

D) bacteriumes.

Tooth

A) tooths;

B) toothes;

C) teeth;

D) tooth.

Potato

A) potatos;

B) potato;

C) potatoes;

D) potatoies.

Bronchus

A) bronchules;

B) bronhuss;

C) bronchi;

D) broncha.

Child

A) childs;

B) children;

C) childes;

D) childies.

Deer

A) deers;

B) deeren;

C) deer;

D) deeres.

Aphtha

A) aphthas;

B) aphthes;

C) aphthae;

D) apthaes.

Calf

A) calfs;

B) calvs;

C) calfes;

D) calves.

Group-mate

A) groups-mate;

B) groups-mates;

C) group-mates;

D) group-mate.

Bacillus

A) bacilluses;

B) bacillus;

C) bacilli;

D) bacilla.

Mouth

A) mouthes;

B) mouths;

C) mouthies;

D) moutha.

Woman

A) weman;

B) womans;

C) women;

D) wemen.

Axilla

A) axillas;

B) axilli;

C) axillae;

D) axillaces.

Growth

A) growthes;

B) growth;

C) growths;

D) growthies.

Sheep

A) sheeps;

B) sheep;

C) sheepes;

D) sheepses.

Uterus

A) uteruses;

B) uteri;

C) utera;

D) uterum.

Roof

A) roofs;

B) roovs;

C) rooves;

D) roofes.

Blood

A) bloods;

B) blood;

C) bloodes;

D) blod.

Appendix

A) appendices;

B) appendixes;

C) appendixs;

D) appendixa.

Surgeon

A) surgeons;

B) surgeon;

C) surgeones;

D) surgeone.

Progress

A) progresses;

B) progress;

C) progres;

D) progreses.

Digitus

A) digiti;

B) digita;

C) digituses;

D) digitum.

Ward

A) ward;

B) wards;

C) wardes;

D) wardeses.

Life

A) lifes;

B) lifs;

C) livs;

D) lives.

Reticulum

A) reticulums;

B) reticulumes;

C) reticula;

D) reticulae.

Laboratory

A) laboratorys;

B) laboratories;

C) laboratoryes;

D) laboratoris.

Daughter-in-law

A) daughter-in-law;

B) daughter-in-laws;

C) daughters-in-law;

D) daughters-in-laws.

Diagnosis

A) diagnosises;

B) diagnoses;

C) diagnosa;

D) diagnoces.

Money

A) money;

B) moneys;

C) moneyes;

D) moneies.

Department

A) departmentes;

B) departments;

C) department;

D) departmenties.

Concha

A) conchas;

B) conchaes;

C) conchae;

D) conchi.

Mouse

A) mouses;

B) mousis;

C) mice;

D) mices.

University

A) universitys;

B) universities;

C) universitis;

D) universityes.

Cervix

A) cervixes;

B) cervices;

C) cervixs;

D) cervixa.

Mosquito

A) mosquitos;

B) mosquitoes;

C) mosquitois;

D) mosquito.

School-mate

A) school-mate;

B) schools-mate;

C) school-mates;

D) schools-mates.

Ovum

A) ovums;

B) ovumes;

C) ova;

D) ovi.

Chief

A) chiefes;

B) chiefs;

C) chievs;

D) chieves.

Wolf

A) wolfs;

B) wolfes;

C) wolves;

D) wolvs.

Mitochondrion

A) mitochondria;

B) mitochondrias;

C) mitochondrions;

D) mitochondrii.

Fly

A) flys;

B) flyes;

C) flies;

D) flis.

Sportsman

A) sportsman;

B) sportsmans;

C) sportsmen;

D) sportsmens.

Tooth

A)tooths

B) toothes

C) teeth

D) teeths

Baby

A) babys;

B) babyes;

C) babies;

D) babis.

ox

A) oxen;

B) oxs;

C) oxes;

D) oxa.

Fungus

A) funguses;

B) fungi;

C) funguss;

D) fungusa.

Foot

A) foots;

B) footes;

C) foot;

D) feet.

Body

A) bodys;

B) bodis;

C) body;

D) bodies.

Bacterium

A) bacteria;

B) bacteriums;

C) bacterii;

D) bacteriumes.

Tooth

A) tooths;

B) toothes;

C) teeth;

D) tooth.

Potato

A) potatos;

B) potato;

C) potatoes;

D) potatoies.

Stimulus

A)stimuluses;

B) stimules;

C) stimuli;

D) stimilis.

Child

A) childs;

B) children;

C) childes;

D) childies.

Deer

A) deers;

B) deeren;

C) deer;

D) deeres.

Nucleus

A) nuclea;

B) nucleuses;

C) nucleum;

D) nuclei.

Calf

A) calfs;

B) calvs;

C) calfes;

D) calves.

Group-mate

A) groups-mate;

B) groups-mates;

C) group-mates;

D) group-mate.

Bacillus

A) bacilluses;

B) bacillus;

C) bacilli;

D) bacilla.

Mouth

A) mouthes;

B) mouths;

C) mouthies;

D) moutha.

Man

A) man;

B) mans;

C) men;

D) mens.

Phenomenon

A)phenomena;

B)phenomenus;

C)phenomenons;

D)phenomenones.

Growth

A) growthes;

B) growth;

C) growths;

D) growthies.

Sheep

A) sheeps;

B) sheep;

C) sheepes;

D) sheepses.

Pharynx

A) pharynxa;

B) pharynges;

C) pharyngi;

D) pharynxes.

Staphylococcus

A) staphylococcuses;

B) staphylococca;

C) staphylococcae;

D) staphylococci.

Property

A) properties;

B) propertys;

C) propertyes;

D) propertiez.

Half

A) halfs;

B) halves;

C) halfes;

D) halvs.

Roof

A) roofs;

B) roovs;

C) rooves;

D) roofes.

Appendix

A) appendices;

B) appendixes;

C) appendixs;

D) appendixa.

Dentist

A) dentistss;

B) dentisti;

C) dentists;

D) dentistes.

Progress

A) progresses;

B) progress;

C) progres;

D) progreses.

Sanatorium

A) sanatoriumi;

B) sanatoriumes;

C) sanatoria;

D) sanatoriums.

Ward

A) ward;

B) wards;

C) wardes;

D) wardeses.

Life

A) lifes;

B) lifs;

C) livs;

D) lives.

Tooth

A) teethes;

B) totha;

C) tothes;

D) teeth.

Laboratory

A) laboratorys;

B) laboratories;

C) laboratoryes;

D) laboratoris.

Daughter-in-law

A) daughter-in-law;

B) daughter-in-laws;

C) daughters-in-law;

D) daughters-in-laws.

Diagnosis

A) diagnosises;

B) diagnoses;

C) diagnosa;

D) diagnoces.

Money

A) money;

B) moneys;

C) moneyes;

D) moneies.

Department

A) departmentes;

B) departments;

C) department;

D) departmenties.

Phenomenon

A) phenomenons;

B) phenomenus;

C) phenomena;

D) phenomenones.

Mouse

A) mouses;

B) mousis;

C) mice;

D) mices.

University

A) universitys;

B) universities;

C) universitis;

D) universityes.

Cervix

A) cervixes;

B) cervices;

C) cervixs;

D) cervixa.

Mosquito

A) mosquitos;

B) mosquitoes;

C) mosquitois;

D) mosquito.

School-mate

A) school-mate;

B) schools-mate;

C) school-mates;

D) schools-mates.

Laboratory

A) laboratorys;

B) laboratories;

C) laboratoryes;

D) laboratoris.

Tooth

A) teethes;

B) totha;

C) tothes;

D) teeth.

Daughter-in-law

A) daughter-in-law;

B) daughter-in-laws;

C) daughters-in-law;

D) daughters-in-laws.

Datum

A) datums;

B) datumes;

C) data;

D) datas.

Half

A) halves;

B) halfs;

C) halfes;

D) halvs.

Exercise

A) exercisess;

B) exercisies;

C) exercises;

D) exercisez.

 


 

Виберіть і вставте правильну форму прикметника:

WHO helps member nations in launching campaigns to stamp out the … diseases.

A) more dangerous;

B) dangerousest;

C) most dangerous;

D) as dangerous as.

The cranial cavity is … than the nasal cavities.

A) largest;

B) more large;

C) most large;

D) larger.

Pavlenko is the … student in our group.

A) most good;

B) best;

C) goodest;

D) better.

The work of an anesthetist is … the work of a surgeon.

A) the most important;

B) as important as;

C) more important;

D) important.

The trunk is the … part of the body.

A) smallest;

B) smaller;

C) biggest;

D) bigger.

The … you loose weight, the better you will be.

A) soon;

B) soonest;

C) sooner;

D) more sooner.

Two or more drugs may be … in treating a disease.

A) more effective;

B) as effective as;

C) most effective;

D) more effectiver.

The cell is the … fundamental unit of all living matter.

A) smaller;

B) most smallest;

C) smallest;

D) most small.

Oral drug administration is the …, and therefore the most common route.

A) safer;

B) more safe;

C) most safe;

D) safest.

Obese people are at … risk than slim people.

A) greater;

B) more great;

C) more greater;

D) greatest.

Lungs are the … part of the respiratory system.

A) more larger;

B) more largest;

C) largest;

D) as large as.

The work of a pharmacist is one of the … medical specialities.

A) more responsible;

B) most responsible;

C) responsibler;

D) responsiblest.

Cavities of the nose and the two orbits are … than the cranial cavity.

A) smaller;

B) most small;

C) smallest;

D) more small.

This medicine is … than that.

A) more expensive;

B) the most expensive;

C) expensiver;

D) expensivest.

What is … exercise in this lesson?

A) easier;

B) the easiest;

C) more easier;

D) the most easiest.

The layer of ointment application to the skin must be … .

A) more thin;

B) more thinner;

C) the most thin;

D) thinner.

The patient should tell the doctor about the … previous illnesses.

A) most seriousest;

B) most serious;

C) seriousest;

D) seriouser.

Antibiotics are the … killers of microorganisms such as bacteria.

A) better;

B) gooder;

C) best;

D) most good.

The temperature of blood is … in the organs which are near the surface of the body.

A) lower;

B) lowerer;

C) more low;

D) more lowest.

Leukemia is … for adults than for children.

A) most dangerous;

B) more dangerous;

C) dangerouser;

D) more dangerouser.

The patient’s condition is … than it was yesterday.

A) good;

B) best;

C) better;

D) more better.

The cranial cavity is the … cavity of the skull.

A) largest;

B) more large;

C) most large;

D) larger.

The … muscle used for breathing is the diaphragm.

A) more important;

B) most important;

C) as important as;

D) not so important as.

This type of trauma is … than that one.

A) severest;

B) severer;

C) more severe;

D) most severe.

The incidence of infarction is … in men than in women.

A) highest;

B) higher;

C) most high;

D) more high.

Children between ages 3 and 7 have the … prognosis.

A) best;

B) good;

C) more good;

D) more best.

Histamine causes the … allergic symptoms when it is liberated from the cell.

A) as characteristic as;

B) not so characteristic as;

C) most characteristic;

D) more characteristic.

Our heart is one of the … organs of the body.

A) more important;

B) importanter;

C) importantest;

D) most important.

This patient has … blood pressure than that one.

A) highest;

B) high;

C) much higher;

D) more higher.

AIDS is one of the … diseases nowadays.

A) most severe;

B) more severe;

C) severer;

D) severest.

Antibiotics have been synthesized in the laboratory and are used to treat the … bacterial infections.

A) most serious;

B) most seriousest;

C) seriousest;

D) seriouser.

Even the … hemorrhage into the brain destroys brain tissue.

A) more slight;

B) most slight;

C) slighter;

D) slightest.

Young people get … medical education at academies and universities.

A) highest;

B) higher;

C) more high;

D) most high.

The nasal cavity is … than the cranial one.

A) smallest;

B) more small;

C) smaller;

D) smallest.

Barbiturates are known as the … sedatives and hypnotics.

A) best;

B) most best;

C) more better;

D) better.

The … gene abnormalities are abnormalities of recessive genes.

A) more common;

B) commoner;

C) commonest;

D) most common.

Drug overdosage may cause the … reactions and sometimes even death.

A) as unfavourable;

B) most unfavourable;

C) unfavourablest;

D) most unfavourablest.

Even the … body cell is too small to be seen with the naked eye.

A) larger;

B) largest;

C) more large;

D) most large.

It is … to prevent caries than to treat it:

A) good;

B) better;

C) best;

D) gooder.

The cranial cavity is … than the nasal cavities.

A) largest;

B) more large;

C) most large;

D) larger.

Our legs are … extremeites.

A) low;

B) lower;

C) lowest;

D) lowerer.

A surgical scalpel is … than a surgical needle.

A) as large as;

B) larger;

C) largest;

D) more large.

Hippocrates headed the … medical school of his time.

A) most flourishing;

B) more flourishing;

C) as flourishing as;

D) not so flourishing as.

With age skin becomes …, wrinkled and more fragile.

A) thinnest;

B) most thin;

C) thinner;

D) more thin.

Although many new drugs are … than their predecessors, the perfect drug doesn’t yet exist.

A) most effective;

B) effectivest;

C) effectiver;

D) more effective.

Exercise makes the heart …, enabling it to pump more blood with each heartbeat.

A) more strong;

B) more stronger;

C) stronger;

D) strongest.

Mykytenko is the … student in our group.

A) worst;

B) most bad;

C) baddest;

D) most worst.

The liver is … than the gallbladder.

A) more large;

B) larger;

C) largest;

D) most large.

Disease prevention is the … task of health workers today.

A) most importantest;

B) more important;

C) most important;

D) more importener.

Avoiding an allergen is … than trying to treat an allergic reaction.

A) good;

B) best;

C) better;

D) more good.

The … exercises are walking and swimming.

A) safest;

B) most safe;

C) more safe;

D) safer.

The left lung is a little … than the right one.

A) smaller;

B) smallest;

C) more small;

D) most small.

Oral drug administration is the … route.

A) more convenientest;

B) convenienter;

C) most convenient;

D) convenientest.

The work of an anesthetist is … the work of a surgeon.

A) the most important;

B) as important as;

C) more important;

D) important.

The trunk is the … part of the body.

A) smallest;

B) smaller;

C) biggest;

D) bigger.

The … you loose weight, the better you will be.

A) soon;

B) soonest;

C) sooner;

D) more sooner.

Two or more drugs may be … in treating a disease.

A) more effective;

B) as effective as;

C) most effective;

D) more effectiver.

The cell is the … fundamental unit of all living matter.

A) smaller;

B) most smallest;

C) smallest;

D) most small.

Oral drug administration is the …, and therefore the most common route.

A) safer;

B) more safe;

C) most safe;

D) safest.

Obese people are at … risk than slim people.

A) greater;

B) more great;

C) more greater;

D) greatest.

Lungs are the … part of the respiratory system.

A) more larger;

B) more largest;

C) largest;

D) as large as.

The work of a general practitioner is one of the … dental specialities.

A) more responsible;

B) most responsible;

C) responsibler;

D) responsiblest.

Cavities of the nose and the two orbits are … than the cranial cavity.

A) smaller;

B) most small;

C) smallest;

D) more small.

The patient should tell the doctor about the … previous illnesses.

A) most seriousest;

B) most serious;

C) seriousest;

D) seriouser.

Antibiotics are the … killers of microorganisms such as bacteria.

A) better;

B) gooder;

C) best;

D) most good.

The temperature of blood is … in the organs which are near the surface of the body.

A) lower;

B) lowerer;

C) more low;

D) more lowest.

Leukemia is … for adults than for children.

A) most dangerous;

B) more dangerous;

C) dangerouser;

D) more dangerouser.

The patient’s condition is … than it was yesterday.

A) good;

B) best;

C) better;

D) more better.

The cranial cavity is the … cavity of the skull.

A) largest;

B) more large;

C) most large;

D) larger.

The … muscle used for breathing is the diaphragm.

A) more important;

B) most important;

C) as important as;

D) not so important as.

This type of trauma is … than that one.

A) severest;

B) severer;

C) more severe;

D) most severe.

The incidence of infarction is … in men than in women.

A) highest;

B) higher;

C) most high;

D) more high.

Children between ages 3 and 7 have the … prognosis.

A) best;

B) good;

C) more good;

D) more best.

Histamine causes the … allergic symptoms when it is liberated from the cell.

A) as characteristic as;

B) not so characteristic as;

C) most characteristic;

D) more characteristic.

The application time of this cream should not be … than 4 hours.

A) long;

B) longest;

C) more long;

D) longer.

Local anesthetics produce … effects when injected.

A) the quickest;

B) the most quickest;

C) more quicker;

D) more quick.

Health promotion and illness prevention is … goal of health care.

A) more importanter;

B) importantest;

C) the most important;

D) importanter.

Our heart is one of the … organs of the body.

A) more important;

B) importanter;

C) importantest;

D) most important.

This patient has much … blood pressure than that one.

A) highest;

B) high;

C) higher;

D) more higher.

AIDS is one of the … diseases nowadays.

A) most severe;

B) more severe;

C) severer;

D) severest.

Antibiotics have been synthesized in the laboratory and are used to treat the … bacterial infections.

A) most serious;

B) most seriousest;

C) seriousest;

D) seriouser.

Even the … hemorrhage into the brain destroys brain tissue.

A) more slight;

B) most slight;

C) slighter;

D) slightest.

Young people get … medical education at academies and universities.

A) highest;

B) higher;

C) more high;

D) most high.

The nasal cavity is … than the cranial one.

A) smallest;

B) more small;

C) smaller;

D) smallest.

It is … to treat the disease than to prevent it.

A) difficult;

B) difficulter;

C) more difficult;

D) most difficult.

His English pronunciation is much … than mine.

A) best;

B) more best;

C) more better;

D) better.

Drug overdosage may cause the … reactions and sometimes even death.

A) as unfavourable;

B) most unfavourable;

C) unfavourablest;

D) most unfavourablest.

Even the … body cell is too small to be seen with the naked eye.

A) larger;

B) largest;

C) more large;

D) most large.

It was the … time in my life.

A) badest;

B) worst;

C) most bad;

D) most worst.

A surgical scalpel is … than a surgical needle.

A) as large as;

B) larger;

C) largest;

D) more large.

Hippocrates headed the … medical school of his time.

A) most flourishing;

B) more flourishing;

C) as flourishing as;

D) not so flourishing as.

With age skin becomes …, wrinkled and more fragile.

A) thinnest;

B) most thin;

C) thinner;

D) more thin.

Although many new drugs are … than their predecessors, the perfect drug doesn’t yet exist.

A) most effective;

B) effectivest;

C) effectiver;

D) more effective.

Exercise makes the heart …, enabling it to pump more blood with each heartbeat.

A) more strong;

B) more stronger;

C) stronger;

D) strongest.

Mykytenko is the … student in our group.

A) worst;

B) most bad;

C) baddest;

D) most worst.

Even the … hemorrhage into the brain destroys brain tissue.

A) more slight;

B) most slight;

C) slighter;

D) slightest.

Antibiotics have been synthesized in the laboratory and are used to treat the … bacterial infections.

A) most serious;

B) most seriousest;

C) seriousest;

D) seriouser.

Young people get … medical education at academies and universities.

A) highest;

B) higher;

C) more high;

D) most high.

It is … to treat the disease than to prevent it.

A) difficult;

B) difficulter;

C) more difficult;

D) most difficult.

The nasal cavity is … than the cranial one.

A) smallest;

B) more small;

C) smaller;

D) smallest.

His English pronunciation is much … than mine.

A) best;

B) more best;

C) more better;

D) better.

What is … subject for you?

A) more difficulter;

B) the most difficult;

C) difficulter;

D) difficultest.

This student possesses … knowledge than his group-mates.

A) deeper;

B) deepest;

C) more deep;

D) most deep.

The action of these sedatives is … .

A) the most longest;

B) more long;

C) most long;

D) longer.

 


 

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