​Always Use Protection: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

Read the instructions? Nah… well at least not until (1) _________ wrong. Wear the right gear? Nah… I’ll be ok.
While it’s (2) _________ to ignore the instructions and not wear the right gear, those few extra minutes up front reading the instructions and making sure you have the right gear on, can save a lot of headaches, or worse, down the track as Russell tells us…
“Back in the good old days when I started life (3) _________ a painter, pigmented sealer was the ‘go to’ for sealing plasterboard for painting.
My first job as a painter, the boss was all set for me being there. Well, no, not really. He (4) _________ to pick up a respirator mask and overalls for me on his way to work (5) _________ morning, but he forgot.
We were painting a new two storey home. All the upper storey windows and door frames (6) _________, ready for the walls and ceilings to be sprayed. With just the ground floor to mask off, he decided to start spraying up top while I masked off below. Will be no problem, just work (7) _________ boy!
By the time I finished the masking, he was working his way along one room behind. I opened the front door, stepped outside… and woke up on the ground with the boss (8) _________ me. I was so high on solvent paint fumes that the sudden shot of fresh air outside caused me (9) _________ and face plant the dirt. Nothing like a spoon full of sandy Mount Maunganui terra firma in the mouth. And up (10) _________ nostril. Luckily the concrete paths (11) _________ !
30 years later I only have to lift the lid on a can of good ‘old pig sealer and it’s an instant headache.
My fellow countrymen and women, always wear the correct protection.”
Paint (12) _________ a long way since then. So where you can, use a waterborne alternative and make sure the area you are painting in is well-ventilated. Plus if you are using solvent-borne paint, wear the right gear.

A B C D
1 it went it would go it will go it goes
2 tempting tempted been tompting been tompted
3 such as as if like as
4 was supposed was supposing supposed is supposed
5 those that this these
6 being masked were masking were masked masked
7 fast the faster more faster fastly
8 shook shaking was shaking to shake
9 to pass out passing out passed out to passing out
10 each either every all
11 having been poured are not being poured will not be poured had not been poured
12 had come has come coming come

Read the instructions? Nah… well at least not until 1 it goes wrong. Wear the right gear? Nah… I’ll be ok.

While it’s 2 tempting to ignore the instructions and not wear the right gear, those few extra minutes up front reading the instructions and making sure you have the right gear on, can save a lot of headaches, or worse, down the track as Russell tells us…

“Back in the good old days when I started life 3 as a painter, pigmented sealer was the ‘go to’ for sealing plasterboard for painting.

My first job as a painter, the boss was all set for me being there. Well, no, not really. He 4 was supposed to pick up a respirator mask and overalls for me on his way to work 5 that morning, but he forgot.

We were painting a new two storey home. All the upper storey windows and door frames 6 were masked, ready for the walls and ceilings to be sprayed. With just the ground floor to mask off, he decided to start spraying up top while I masked off below. Will be no problem, just work 7 fast boy!

By the time I finished the masking, he was working his way along one room behind. I opened the front door, stepped outside… and woke up on the ground with the boss 8 shaking me. I was so high on solvent paint fumes that the sudden shot of fresh air outside caused me 9 to pass out and face plant the dirt. Nothing like a spoon full of sandy Mount Maunganui terra firma in the mouth. And up 10 each nostril. Luckily the concrete paths 11 hadn’t been poured!

30 years later I only have to lift the lid on a can of good ‘old pig sealer and it’s an instant headache.

My fellow countrymen and women, always wear the correct protection.”

Paint 12 has come a long way since then. So where you can, use a waterborne alternative and make sure the area you are painting in is well-ventilated. Plus if you are using solvent-borne paint, wear the right gear.

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