Oatmeal: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

Oatmeal: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

Oatmeal is a meal made from rolled or (1) __________ oats. In (2) __________ United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, the term "porridge" or "porridge oats" are common terms for the breakfast cereal that is usually cooked.

Interest in oatmeal has increased (3) __________ over the last twenty years because of (4) __________ health benefits. Studies have shown that if you eat a bowl of oatmeal every day your blood cholesterol levels, especially if they are too high, will drop, because of the (5) __________ soluble fiber content. When findings were published in (6) __________, an "oat bran craze" spread across the USA and (7) __________. The oats craze dropped off in the 1990s.

It was agreed that foods with high levels of rolled oats or oat bran could include ads on their labels about their cardiovascular heart benefits if (8) __________ with a low-fat diet. This was followed by (9) __________ surge in oatmeal popularity.

Oats is (10) __________ complex carbohydrates, as well as water-soluble fiber, which slow digestion down and stabilize levels of blood-glucose.

Oatmeal contains B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, folate, potassium and more fiber than instant varieties.

1 ground grounded grinding grounds
2 the - a an
3 considering considerately considerable considerably
4 its their it’s theirs
5 cereals’s cereal's cereal' cereal
6 1980s the 1980 the 1980s the 1980th
7 Western’s Europe a Western Europe Western Europe the Western Europe
8 accompanying are accompanied will be accompanied accompanied
9 another other the other an another
10 rich on rich for rich in rich on

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

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