Tìm từ sai trong số các từ được gạch chân - Trình độ TOEFL, Bài số 101. Although almost all insects have six legs a immature insect may not have any.
2. Diamond itself is the only material hard enough to cut and polishes diamonds.
3. George Gershwin not only composed popular songs for musicals, also wrote more serious concerts.
4. Nowadays illegally documents purchased are much more difficult to recognize than before.
5. The new mall shopping in the downtown area will be more expensive for shoppers than the mall on the freeway outside the town.
6. Nobel prizes are awarded to people who excellent in their fields above and beyond what is expected from scholars.
7. Sharks, when the current are in their favor, can smell blood issuing from a body at a distance of nearly half a kilometer.
8. Both cattle or railroads helped build the city of Chicago.
9. Rocks can be broken apart by water that seeps into the cracks and freeze in low temperatures.
10. Most fungi are scavengers who grow on the remains of plants and animals, causing them to decay and change into rich soil.
11. Many states do laws regulating production processes for different types of food products.
12. Alcoholic beverages vary widely in content, ranging from only 2 or 3 percent for some light beers to as high to 60 percent for some vodkas and brandies.
13. The cacao bean was cultivated by the Aztecs not only to drink but also currency.
14. Twenty the amino acids serve as building blocks of proteins.
15. At the awards banquet, the philanthropist was recognized for his generosity and careful in aiding the poor.
16. The state with the most large production of tobacco products is North Carolina.
17. The "Fairness Doctrine" of the FCC requires that radio and television stations give equal time to opposing sides of issues controversial.
18. Of all the states in the United States, Rhode Island is a smallest.
19. Together Rogers and Hammerstein wrote nine musicals, the first of whose was Oklahoma .
20. Active animal life exists at all temperatures from the melting point of ice, 32 degree, to about 40 degree below boiling point of water.