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Hello, native English speakers,
I'm working on the third exam. Here's its grammar questions.
I'd appreciate it if you could check them.

1 (  )に合う最も適切な語句を選んで英文を完成しなさい。 1×26 = 26点
[Choose the most suitable one for the blank]
(1) You answer (  ) right.
(ア) may  (イ) may not  (ウ) may have  (エ) may be
(2) I (  ) go and see the doctor this afternoon.
(ア) must  (イ) have  (ウ) am  (エ) must have
(3) You are making a lot of mistakes. You (  ) tired.
(ア) must  (イ) can  (ウ) must be  (エ) cannot be
(4) Tom is visiting his office this afternoon. So you don't (  ) go there.
(ア) must  (イ) have  (ウ) have to  (エ) must have
(5) I (  ) meet Mr. White yesterday.
(ア) can  (イ) could  (ウ) am able to  (エ) was able to
(6) The show is going to start at 7. We (  ) hurry.
(ア) have to  (イ) can  (ウ) can't  (エ) may
(7) When I was in junior high, I (  ) to walk to school.
(ア) have  (イ) used  (ウ) would  (エ) ought
(8) "(  ) I drive you home?" "Yes, please."
(ア) Will  (イ) Do  (ウ) Would  (エ) Shall
(9) "Did you turn off the TV?" "Oh, I forgot. (  ) do now."
(ア) I'll  (イ) I may  (ウ) I can  (エ) I'm going to
(10) "(  ) have some more coffee?" "Yes, please."
(ア) Do you  (イ) Are you  (ウ) Will you  (エ) Are you going to
(11) "Can you help me now?" "Sorry, I can't. (  ) do my English homework.
(ア) I'll  (イ) I'm going to  (ウ) I can  (エ) I can't
(12) Judy hasn't arrived yet. She (  ) her train.
(ア) may miss (イ) may missed (ウ) may have miss (エ) may have missed
(13) Mary is in India now. You (  ) her in Osaka yesterday.
(ア) must see  (イ) must have seen  (ウ) can't see  (エ) can't have seen
(14) English (  ) all over the world.
(ア) is speak  (イ) spoke  (ウ) is spoke  (エ) is spoken
(15) This letter (  ) Tokyo.
(ア) send by  (イ) was sent by  (ウ) sent from  (エ) was sent from
(16) Mary is so cute. She is loved (  ) everyone.
(ア) from  (イ) to  (ウ) by  (エ) for
(17) Lucy should (  ) by noon.
(ア) be arrive  (イ) be arrived  (ウ) have arrived  (エ) have been arrived
(18) Fred is very good at math. He (  ) made such a mistake.
(ア) can  (イ) can't  (ウ) can have  (エ) can't have
(19) The top of the mountain was covered (  ) snow.
(ア) with  (イ) on  (ウ) to  (エ) at
(20) This bike was bought (  ) Ken.
(ア) to  (イ) for  (ウ) of  (エ) at
(21) I was surprised (  ) his car.
(ア) in  (イ) with  (ウ) at  (エ) for
(22) John was injured (  ) the game last week.
(ア) by  (イ) in  (ウ) on  (エ) to
(23) Mary was married (  ) a Japanese man named Goro.
(ア) with  (イ) by  (ウ) to  (エ) at
(24) This homework (  ) today.
(ア) must finish (イ) must be finish (ウ) must have finish (エ) must be finished
(25) The child (  ) eat carrot.
(ア) wouldn't (イ) wouldn't have (ウ) wouldn't have be (エ) wouldn't have been
(26) Your team may (  ) win the game tomorrow.
(ア) good  (イ) well  (ウ) better  (エ) best

That's all.

Hirashin
 
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(1) You answer (  ) right.
(エ) may be
(2) I (  ) go and see the doctor this afternoon.
(ア) must 
(3) You are making a lot of mistakes. You (  ) tired.
(ウ) must be
(4) Tom is visiting his office this afternoon. So you don't (  ) go there.
(ウ) have to
(5) I (  ) meet Mr. White yesterday.
(イ) could (エ) was able to
Both these are possible aren't they? I think エ is most correct.
(6) The show is going to start at 7. We (  ) hurry.
(ア) have to
(7) When I was in junior high, I (  ) to walk to school.
(イ) used
(8) "(  ) I drive you home?" "Yes, please."
(エ) Shall
(9) "Did you turn off the TV?" "Oh, I forgot. (  ) do it now."
(ア) I'll (エ) I'm going to
Both these are correct in my opinion. I would choose ア.
(10) "(  ) have some more coffee?" "Yes, please."
(ウ) Will you
(11) "Can you help me now?" "Sorry, I can't. (  ) do my English homework.
(イ) I'm going to
(12) Judy hasn't arrived yet. She (  ) her train.
(エ) may have missed
(13) Mary is in India now. You (  ) her in Osaka yesterday.
(エ) can't have seen
(14) English (  ) all over the world.
(エ) is spoken
(15) This letter (  ) Tokyo.
(エ) was sent from
(16) Mary is so cute. She is loved (  ) everyone.
(ウ) by
(17) Lucy should (  ) by noon.
(ウ) have arrived
(18) Fred is very good at math. He (  ) made such a mistake.
(エ) can't have
(19) The top of the mountain was covered (  ) snow.
(ア) with
(20) This bike was bought (  ) Ken.
(イ) for
(21) I was surprised (  ) his car.
(ア) in (ウ) at
I think both of these could be correct but the meaning changes.
(22) John was injured (  ) the game last week.
(イ) in
(23) Mary was married (  ) a Japanese man named Goro.
(ウ) to
(24) This homework (  ) today.
(エ) must be finished
(25) The child (  ) eat carrots.
(ア) wouldn't
(26) Your team may (  ) win the game tomorrow.
(イ) well
 

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Thanks, mdchachi.
(5) I (  ) meet Mr. White yesterday.
(イ) could (エ) was able to
Both these are possible aren't they? I think エ is most correct.
According to grammar books, "I could meet Mr. White yesterday" is wrong while "I could meet Mr. White tomorrow" is correct.
(9) "Did you turn off the TV?" "Oh, I forgot. (  ) do it now."
(ア) I'll (エ) I'm going to
Both these are correct in my opinion. I would choose ア.
Grammar books say "I'll" is correct in this case.
(21) I was surprised (  ) his car.
(ア) in (ウ) at
I think both of these could be correct but the meaning changes.
I'm surprised at your comment. When do you use "I was surprised in his car"?
How about "to"? I believe you can't say "I'm surprised to his car."
 
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Hey Hirashin,

What's the difference:

ビックリする
びっくりする
 

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What's the difference:

ビックリする
びっくりする
They are the same. Use one that you like. You can also write 吃驚する though many people can't write the Kanji.
 

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...many people can't write the Kanji.
This reminds me of how many Japanese people can't write the kanji for "bara" (rose). Perhaps "bara" and "bikkuri" are the same level of difficulty.

(13) Mary is in India now. You (can't have seen) her in Osaka yesterday.
I would say this is a mistake. Better: "Mary is in India now. You (couldn't have seen) her in Osaka yesterday."
 
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Mary is in India now. You can't have seen her in Osaka yesterday.
I have consulted with my British contacts. This is okay in British English, but sounds weird in American English.
 

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Thanks, Buntaro. Is it that American people don't use the pattern "can't have done something"?
 
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