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A. is lost and replaced



A. am

B. are

C. is

D. aren`t

E. am not

2. The circulatory system of arteries, veins, and capillaries … about 60,000 miles long.

A. was

B. am not

C. aren`t

D. is

E. are

3. Only 7% of the population … left handed.

A. am

B. is

C. was

D. are

E. have been

4. One fourth of the bones in your body … in your feet.

A. isn`t

B. am not

C. are

D. is

E. am

5. Calcium and phosphorus … among the main minerals being stored in bones.

A. is

B. been

C. am

D. are

E. were

6. … the index finger the most sensitive finger on the human hand?

A. Is

B. Do

C. Am

D. Does

E. Are

7. … the tongue the strongest muscle in the body?

A. Is

B. Am

C. Does

D. Do

E. Are

8. … the breasts an important reproductive organ during the parenting stage of reproduction?

A. Is

B. Do

C. Are

D. Does

E. Am

9. … another function of bones the storage of certain minerals?

A. Are

B. Was

C. Am

D. Is

E. Does

10. … ambulance service free in Ukraine?

A. Is

B. Am

C. Does

D. Do

E. Are

11. … … three types of muscles - cardiac, skeletal, and smooth.

A. There is

B. There be

C. There aren`t

D. There are

E. There isn`t

12. … about 9,000 taste buds on the surface of the tongue, in the throat, and on the roof of the mouth.

A. There is

B. There was

C. There be

D. There were

E. There are

13. … … diseases and disorders that may affect the function of the musculoskeletal system.

A. There are

B. There isn`t

C. There aren`t

D. There is

E. There be

14. … … seven vertebrae in the cervical region, twelve in the thoracic, five in the lumbar, five in the sacral, and four in the coccygeal.

A. There is

B. There be

C. There aren`t

D. There are

E. There isn`t

15. … a gradual decrease in the ability to maintain skeletal muscle function and mass, known as sarcopenia.

A. There is

B. There be

C. There are

D. There were

E. There was

16. … an academic, clinical or ethical scenario, where the students select which areas of study to pursue in their own time.

A. There be

B. There is

C. There are

D. There were

E. There was

17. … many systems in the human body?

A. Were there

B. Be there

C. Are there

D. Is there

E. Was there

18. … five general classifications of bones?

A. Is there

B. Have been there

C. Are there

D. Were there

E. Was there

19. … many diseases and conditions which cause a decrease in muscle mass, known as muscle atrophy?

A. Are there

B. Was there

C. Is there

D. Be there

E. Have been there

20. … an important storage "device" that helps to regulate mineral balance in the bloodstream?

A. Are there

B. Was there

C. Were there

D. Be there

E. Is there

21. Every square inch of the human body … about 19 million skin cells.

A. have

B. haves

C. has

D. had

E. has had

22. The average human head … about 100,000 hairs.

A. had

B. has

C. have

D. haves

E. have had

23. Hair … a cycle of growth, rest, and then loss, when the new hair … the old hair out of the follicle.

A. has; push

B. have; pushes

C. has; pushed

D. has; pushes

E. have; push

24. Hair … from follicles, pockets of epidermal tissue that … down into the dermis.

A. grown; extend

B. grow; extends

C. grows; extend

D. grown; extends

E. grow; extend

25. The human heart … enough pressure when it pumps out to the body to squirt blood 30 feet.

A. have created

B. created

C. has created

D. creates

E. create

26. … the heart … more than 2.5 billion times in an average lifetime?

A. Has … … beat

B. Do … … beat

C. Does … … beats

D. Do … … beats

E. Does … … beat

27. … the skin … two main layers, called the epidermis and dermis?

A. Do … … have

B. Is … … have

C. Does … …have

D. Are … … have

E. Has … … have

28. …you … over 10,000,000 times a year?

A. Does … blink

B. Do … blinks

C. Do … blink

D. Does … blinks

E. Did … blink

29. …the human brain … about 3 pounds?

A. Does … weigh

B. Do … weigh

C. Does … weighs

D. Do … weighs

E. Did … weigh

30. … all the tissues and organs of the body … from a microscopic structure?

A. Do … originate

B. Do … originates

C. Does … originate

D. Did … originates

E. Does …originates

31. Children … to grow faster in the spring.

A. don`t tend

B. tends

C. doesn`t tend

D. tend

E. tended

32. Human reproduction … place as internal fertilization by sexual intercourse.

A. don`t take

B. took

C. take

D. takes

E. doesn`t taken

33. As a result an average adult skeleton … of 206 bones.

A. doesn`t consist

B. don`t consist

C. consists

D. consist

E. consisted

34. The bones … the stability to a body in analogy to iron rods in concrete construction.

A. provides

B. provide

C. don`t provide

D. provided

E. doesn`t provide

35. Cartilage … the bone ends from rubbing directly on to each other.

A. has prevented

B. don`t prevent

C. prevent

D. prevented

E. prevents

36. On the shelf there are … medical books and journals.

A. any

B. and

C. nothing

D. some

E. none

37. Are there … famous doctors in the hall?

A. any

B. anyone

C. one

D. some

E. no one

38. There is … residency for graduates from Kharkov National Medical University.

A. any

B. no

C. some

D. anything

E. none

39. There are … modern hospitals and policlinics in Kharkov.

A. some

B. one

C. any

D. none

E. nothing

40. Are there … sedative drugs in the cabinet?

A. some

B. none

C. any

D. one

E. anything

41. There is … universal medical curriculum in all medical school in the USA.

A. no

B. any

C. some

D. one

E. only

42. When students were on holiday they visited … very interesting places.

A. any

B. no

C. one

D. some

E. only

43. Medical students learn …pre-clinical subjects during the first two years of their study.

A. some

B. something

C. any

D. no

E. anything

44. There is a big building, but there aren`t … laboratories in it.

A. some

B. anything

C. any

D. nothing

E. no

45. Are there … groups of subjects in the medical curriculum in the UK?

A. no

B. some

C. any

D. one

E. none

46. The human body … up of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs.

A. is made

B. makes

C. made

D. are made

E. make

47. Every hour about 1 billion cells in the human body must … .

A. replace

B. be replaced

C. replaced

D. is replaced

E. are replaced

48. The heart itself … into three layers called the endocardium, myocardium and epicardium.

A. are divided

B. divides

C. divide

D. is divided

E. divided

49. About 100 hairs … in a person’s scalp every day.

A. is lost and replaced

B. lost and replaced

C. lose and replace




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