Here’s the whole test if you want to take it: this link. Questions 6–10:
- It is now hoped that the system could be combined with the use of pheromones that lampreys use to attract mates.
- This weed includes the most vitamin A than all green leafy vegetables, which prevents cancer, and is abundant in Omega-3 fatty acids, so it effectively prevents heart diseases and stroke.
- It is more cost-effective by only utilizing more expensive authentication when warranted by the risk.
- It’s easier to implement than you may have thought.
- Sensitive personal data including cookies, API keys, and passwords has been leaked by web optimization giant Cloudflare.
…And here are the answers:
- “It is now hoped” is better than “Hopefully,” but you are better yet to use a real subject. The sentence should start with “We now hope…”
- Obviously the sentence should have “…the most vitamin A of all…” but it should also be two sentences: “…fatty acids. It effectively…”
- “Utilizing” should be “using,” and “only” should be placed so the sentence reads “…by using only more…”
- Don’t use “may” when you mean “might.” “May” speaks of permission, “might” speaks of possibility. Besides, the sentence might be intended to mean, “It’s easier to implement than you might think.”
- This one is tricky. “Data” is a plural, so “has” should be “have.” I think it reads better if you make another plural, for example, “Sensitive types of personal data…” Then the obvious plural, “types” still takes “have,” and besides, that list is a list of types.
I hope you find reading about the test edifying, and I hope you go take the test. Tell me if you do, and I’ll add you to my list of testees.