Sep 10, 2016

Diagnostic English grammar and vocabulary placement test (Beginner to Elementary level)

50 cards
, 200 answers
    Diagnostic criteria:
    Diagnostic criteria:
    • 25 to 74% — Beginner level
    • 75 to 100% — Elementary level


  • Grammar.
    1. They go to work  . . . 
      by
      bus.
      1. by
      2. in
      3. for
      4. with

    2. It’s my mum’s birthday next week. I  . . . 
      am going to buy
      her a present.
      1. buying
      2. am going to buy
      3. buys
      4. buy

    3. She’s only four but she  . . . 
      can read
      .
      1. can reads
      2. cans read
      3. cans reads
      4. can read

    4. His name’s Sean and this is Sarah.  . . . 
      They’re
      students from the US.
      1. She’s
      2. We’re
      3. They’re
      4. I’m

    5. I  . . . 
      don’t use
      my iPad very often.
      1. am not using
      2. don’t use
      3. am not use
      4. doesn’t use

    6.  . . . 
      Where are you from
      ? ~ I’m from Japan.
      1. Where from you are
      2. Where are you from
      3. Where you are from
      4. From where you are

    7. Excuse me,  . . . 
      how much
      is the T-shirt? ~ It’s ₤19.50.
      1. how much
      2. what expensive
      3. how price
      4. how many

    8. This is Martha and her brother Paul.  . . . 
      They’re
      my friends.
      1. They’re
      2. We’re
      3. You’re
      4. I’m

    9.  . . . 
      Where
      are the keys? ~ On the table.
      1. When
      2. Who
      3. What
      4. Where

    10. Oh,  . . . 
      these
      are my glasses!
      1. these
      2. this
      3. that
      4. it

    11. I’d like  . . . 
      an omelette
      , please.
      1. two omelette
      2. a omelette
      3. an omelette
      4. omelette

    12. They  . . . 
      were
      some popular TV programmes in the 2000s.
      1. was
      2. is
      3. are
      4. were

    13. She  . . . 
      doesn’t have
      a cat.
      1. don’t has
      2. doesn’t have
      3. not have
      4. don’t have

    14.  . . . 
      There are
      two airports in the city.
      1. It is
      2. There are
      3. There is
      4. This is

    15. What  . . . 
      are you going to
      do after school today?
      1. do you
      2. are you
      3. are you going to
      4. you

    16. What time  . . . 
      does she start
      to work?
      1. does she start
      2. do she starts
      3. starts she
      4. does she starts

    17. This party is boring. We  . . . 
      aren’t having
      a good time.
      1. don’t have
      2. aren’t having
      3. aren’t have
      4. don’t having

    18. I’m afraid it’s  . . . 
      an expensive hotel
      .
      1. expensive a hotel
      2. expensive hotel
      3. a hotel expensive
      4. an expensive hotel

    19.  . . . 
      Is Mr Ryan a teacher
      ? ~ No, he isn’t.
      1. Is this his phone
      2. Are you from Japan
      3. Is Mr Ryan a teacher
      4. Is she a teacher

    20.  . . . 
      What
      ’s your name? ~ Julia.
      1. How
      2. Who
      3. Where
      4. What

    21. And here is your  . . . 
      room
      .
      1. a room
      2. rooms.
      3. room
      4. an room.

    22. Sorry, I  . . . 
      can’t help
      you at the moment.
      1. can’t helps
      2. can’t helping
      3. don’t can help
      4. can’t help

    23. There aren’t  . . . 
      any restaurants
      here.
      1. any restaurants
      2. any restaurant
      3. a restaurants
      4. a restaurant

    24. Justin Bieber is a popular singer but I don’t like  . . . 
      him
      .
      1. them
      2. his
      3. him
      4. her

    25. He was born  . . . 
      on
      May 14th, 2007.
      1. in
      2. from
      3. on
      4. at

    26. Excuse me, how  . . . 
      do you spell
      your last name? ~ S-A-T-O.
      1. spell
      2. do you spell
      3. you spell
      4. spell you

    27. When do you play tennis? ~  . . . 
      On
      Fridays.
      1. At
      2. In
      3. On
      4. By

    28. Your book is next  . . . 
      to
      the window.
      1. of
      2. to
      3. on
      4. in

    29.  . . . 
      How old
      is the school? ~ It’s 15 years old.
      1. What years
      2. How old
      3. How many years
      4. How much years

    30.  . . . 
      Do
      they live in Oxford?
      1. Do
      2. Are
      3. Does
      4. Is

    31. Mark  . . . 
      plays
      in our team.
      1. playing
      2. is play
      3. plays
      4. play

    32. What is  . . . 
      Amie’s job
      ?
      1. Amie job
      2. job Amie
      3. Amie’s job
      4. job’s Amie

    33. Where  . . . 
      did you go
      last summer?
      1. do you went
      2. you went
      3. did you went
      4. did you go

    34. We  . . . 
      saw
      this film last week.
      1. saw
      2. sees
      3. see
      4. were see

    35. Were you here at 11 a.m. yesterday? ~ No, I  . . . 
      wasn’t
      .
      1. weren’t
      2. didn’t
      3. am not
      4. wasn’t

    36.  . . . 
      We don’t go often
      to the cinema.
      1. We not often go
      2. We don’t often go
      3. Often we don’t go
      4. We don’t go often

    37. He  . . . 
      didn’t play
      computer games with me yesterday.
      1. doesn’t played
      2. not played
      3. didn’t play
      4. didn’t played

    38. I’m from Osaka.  . . . 
      It
      is in Japan.
      1. He
      2. It
      3. She
      4. They

    39.  . . . 
      Were you
      at school last month?
      1. Were you
      2. Do you were
      3. Was you
      4. You were

    40. Sorry,  . . . 
      I’m not
      Paul. My name’s Chris.
      1. I isn’t
      2. I is not
      3. I’m not
      4. I aren’t

  • Vocabulary.
    1. I don’t go to  . . . 
      work
      on Sundays.
      1. office
      2. factory
      3. work
      4. job

    2. Do you like Chinese  . . . 
      food
      ?
      1. meal
      2. cook
      3. kitchen
      4. food

    3. Stephen doesn’t have a car so he often uses public  . . . 
      transport
      .
      1. taxi
      2. transport
      3. car
      4. bus

    4. They hardly  . . . 
      ever
      visit us.
      1. ever
      2. sometimes
      3. never
      4. usually

    5. Gina is married to John. He’s her  . . . 
      husband
      .
      1. wife
      2. parent
      3. husband
      4. uncle

    6. We usually  . . . 
      do
      the shopping in a supermarket.
      1. go
      2. do
      3. have
      4. make

    7. Can I help you, sir? ~ Thanks, but I’m just  . . . 
      looking
      .
      1. looking
      2. seeing
      3. watching
      4. shopping

    8. I love this watch! It’s  . . . 
      beautiful
      .
      1. small
      2. ugly
      3. cheap
      4. beautiful

    9. I’m Michael Kane. ~ Nice to  . . . 
      meet
      you, Mr Kane.
      1. watch
      2. talk
      3. speak
      4. meet

    10. Kathy is over there. She’s  . . . 
      wearing
      an orange T-shirt and jeans.
      1. having
      2. wearing
      3. walking
      4. doing

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