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    #1

    " … are to be studied before you take the quiz"?

    All 8 lessons of the Advanced 1 Grammar are to be studied before you take the quiz. There is a single review question at the end of each lesson.
    I don’t understand the above exchange. I give it a try below:

    Having completed/studied all eight lessons, there will be a comprehensive exam.

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    #2

    Re: " … are to be studied before you take the quiz"?

    "are to be" = "must be"
    Therefore, it means:
    "You must study all of the eight lessons in Advanced 1 Grammar before you take the quiz".

    "At the end of each one of the eight lessons, there is a single review question (to help you check how well you understood the lesson)".

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