​Orphan Elephants: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

​Orphan Elephants: Multiple Choice Grammar Test

(1) _______ children, young elephants need discipline if they are to grow up (2) _______ responsible mem­bers of society. Orphan bull elephants in (3) _______ Game Reserve have turned delinquent because they (4) _______ taken in hand by their. (5) _______ . Earlier this month, a young bull (6) _______ at a group of tourists on a photo-safari, attacked and killed a profes­sional hunter who (7) _______ in to shoot it. Two years ago another tourist (8) _______ , chased out of his battered car and trampled to death in the reserve, was not the only victim (9)_______ : in the past three years, nineteen white rhino­ceroses (10) _______ to death by elephants.

Scientists think they can explain the (11) _______ abnormaland unacceptable behaviour. The stress these animals have been subjected to, (12) _______ with the fact that they have never been subjected to the discipline and (13) _______ of a ma­triarchal cow, which is a central feature of normal elephant family life, (14) ________ for their behaviour, Elephants are among those animals (15) _______ patterns of behaviour are acquired largely by experience. Some elephants are suffering from the lack of some­one (16) _______ them a good example, older bull elephants, who are known (17) _______ aggressive young bulls during the mating season. Only in a whole elephant family young elephant bulls receive the strict parentaldiscipline they need.

1 Like As When Being
2 as though as for like as
3 South Africa’s South Africa’ South Africa South ’s Africa’s
4 never being never been had never been have never been
5 elders elder olders olds
6 having charged was charged being charged was charging
7 sending had been sent being sent has been sent
8 having attacked attacking attacked was attacked
9 also enough too either
10 gored will be gored gored have been gored
11 elephant’s’ elephants elephants’ elephant’s
12 not along brought while
13 nurturing nurtured being nurturing having nurtured
14 accounts takes looks gives
15 who’s whose who whom
16 to be set set to set to setting
17 to have disciplined to be disciplined disciplining to discipline

1.A; 2.D; 3.A; 4.D; 5.A; 6.A; 7.B; 8.C; 9.D; 10.D; 11.C; 12.B; 13.A; 14.A; 15.B; 16.C; 17.D

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