Do not Overeat: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

After eating too (1) _______ , have you ever felt like that dude from Alien (2) _______ stomach explodes? We all have. How much can the human stomach hold? It’s tempting (3) _______ your stomach to a balloon. Both start out small when empty. The difference? If you (4) _______ up a balloon, pressure and volume have a fixed relationship—as pressure goes up, (5) _______ volume. That relationship in the stomach, though, isn’t (6) _______ so. That’s because the state of the stomach is determined not only by (7) _______ you put into it. Instead, it’s mostly controlled by nerve inputs.

A (8) _______ , empty stomach can hold six and a half to just over 10 fluid ounces. That’s not even a full can of Coke.

That volume can more than double the instant you start eating — even (9) _______ and thinking about eating. A brainstem reflex through the Vagus nerve tells the stomach, “INCOMING!” and as the food goes down the hatch, the stomach relaxes (10) _______ room.

A B C D
1 much many more most
2 whose who whom of whose
3 to be equated to equate equating equated
4 were blown blew blow will blow
5 nor is neither does so does so is
6 necessity necessitate necessary necessarily
7 who that what how
8 resting rested restless rest
9 if you will just salivating if you’re just salivating if you’re just salivated if you’re just salivate
10 to making to make to do to be made


1.A; 2.A; 3.B; 4.C; 5.C; 6.D; 7.C; 8.A; 9.B; 10.B


After eating too 1 much, have you ever felt like that dude from Alien 2 whose stomach explodes? We all have. How much can the human stomach hold? It’s tempting 3 to equate your stomach to a balloon. Both start out small when empty. The difference? If you 4 blow up a balloon, pressure and volume have a fixed relationship — as pressure goes up, 5 so does volume. That relationship in the stomach, though, isn’t 6 necessarily so. That’s because the state of the stomach is determined not only by 7 what you put into it. Instead, it’s mostly controlled by nerve inputs.


A 8 resting, empty stomach can hold six and a half to just over 10 fluid ounces. That’s not even a full can of Coke.


That volume can more than double the instant you start eating—even 9 if you’re just salivating and thinking about eating. A brainstem reflex through the Vagus nerve tells the stomach, “INCOMING!” and as the food goes down the hatch, the stomach relaxes 10 to make room.

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