Would Prefer Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. But I would prefer a fair fight under the open heavens, vessel to vessel, soldier to soldier, sword to sword.
  • 2. I would prefer to risk my life in a fight. (risk)
  • 3. As he opened the folding-door to retire, Nippers at his desk caught a glimpse of me, and asked whether I would prefer to have a certain paper copied on blue paper or white. (have)
  • 4. Then aided by our advice, and the opinions of his teachers, he can choose what path he would prefer to follow. (follow)
  • 5. But perhaps you and go with us-I see that you are one of the lame ducks. (remain)
  • 6. Their withdrawal was a strategic movement, and did not by any means signify they were afraid of the large force or that they them. (not/molest)
  • 7. I my wife so beautiful. (think)
  • 8. I that you should do so rather than not.
  • 9. In the mean time, until he comes, that we should wait for him in the house, rather than here before the door? (you/?)
  • 10. If it was necessary to go outside India or England, to procure good men, he to Germany. (go)
  • 11. Some authors no punctuation at all in a sentence as short as this.
  • 12. I , if you don't mind, to stay here.
  • 13. Is she content to be the woman that some of the novelists, and some of the painters also, say she is, or that ideal which all the world loves? (she/approach/?)
  • 14. And, if left to myself, I a person of such a character to royalty without it.
  • 15. I think really you . (not/wait)
  • 16. Of course, I to-but one must be fair. (not)
  • 17. But he hasn't much else, so perhaps you his wife.
  • 18. Man him and his art to pieces, rather than acknowledge that he must die of shame in presence of them. (tear)
  • 19. Certain members in order to secure the passage of a bill in which they are especially interested will support and vote for other bills which they against. (vote)
  • 20. And perhaps I may conclude, from one or two small observations that I have been able to make myself, you on the nephew! (win)