Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Assessment Test (Elementary to Intermediate level)

360 cards
, 1300 answers
    Assessment criteria:
    Assessment criteria:
    There are:
    – three choices (A, B, C) at levels 1–3 and
    – four choices (A, B, C, D) at levels 4–6.

    Time limit: 120 minutes

    • 25 to 74% — Elementary level
    • 75 to 100% — Pre-intermediate level


  • Level 1-A
    1.  . . . 
      Would you like
      drink of water?
      1. Would you like
      2. Do you like
      3. You like

    2. “I love trees,” she  . . . 
      said
      .
      1. said
      2. sayed
      3. say

    3. I had  . . . 
      a
       . . . 
      lot of
      letters yesterday.
      1. a lot of
      2. a lot
      3. many

    4. He goes to the office at eight  . . . 
      o’clock
      every day.
      1. o’clock
      2. of clock
      3. of the clock

    5. Julia is standing  . . . 
      behind
      Andrew.
      1. behind
      2. after
      3. at back

    6. Look! The sun  . . . 
      is going
      down.
      1. goes
      2. is going
      3. go

    7. There  . . . 
      isn’t any
      food in the kitchen.
      1. isn’t any
      2. isn’t some
      3. aren’t any

    8.  . . . 
      Don’t
      eat that!
      1. Don’t to
      2. Not to
      3. Don’t

    9. Peter, is this pen  . . . 
      yours
      ?
      1. yours
      2. of you
      3. your

    10. “Did you go to work yesterday?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      didn’t
      .”
      1. didn’t
      2. wasn’t
      3. never

    11. Those are my photos. Give  . . . 
      them to me
      .
      1. it to me
      2. me it
      3. them to me

    12. My new dress is  . . . 
      blue
      .
      1. blue
      2. blue colour
      3. colour blue

    13. Anne has a son.  . . . 
      His
      name is Edward.
      1. Her
      2. Their
      3. His

    14. Where is the  . . . 
      bus
      stop?
      1. bus
      2. buses
      3. bus’s

    15. We’re going to meet them  . . . 
      at
      the station.
      1. at
      2. to
      3. on

    16.  . . . 
      Which
      girl is your daughter?
      1. What
      2. Who
      3. Which

    17. The children are not here. They  . . . 
      went
      to the cinema.
      1. went
      2. go
      3. gone

    18. Jane  . . . 
      never knows
      the answer.
      1. knows never
      2. never knows
      3. never know

    19. It’s very cold. Put your big  . . . 
      coat
      on when you go out!
      1. jeans
      2. shirt
      3. coat

    20. Stop  . . . 
      writing
      now!
      1. write
      2. the write
      3. writing

    21. How  . . . 
      old is
      your sister?
      1. many years has
      2. old has
      3. old is

    22. She’s going to come  . . . 
      home
      late this evening.
      1. at home
      2. home
      3. to home

    23. Which boy  . . . 
      does Mary like
      ?
      1. does Mary like
      2. do Mary like
      3. Mary likes

    24. Kevin is the boy  . . . 
      with
      brown hair.
      1. has
      2. of
      3. with

    25.  . . . 
      Go there
      to him!
      1. Go here
      2. Come there
      3. Go there

    26. The children are happy. They’re having  . . . 
      a good
      time.
      1. good
      2. very good
      3. a good

    27. I want  . . . 
      to see
      that film.
      1. to see
      2. see
      3. seeing

    28. It was a good hotel  . . . 
      but
      the food was very expensive.
      1. and
      2. but
      3. because

    29. Is that your  . . . 
      father’s
      bicycle?
      1. father’s
      2. fathers’
      3. father

    30. Carol  . . . 
      can
      read very well.
      1. can to
      2. can
      3. she can

  • Level 1-B
    1. I want  . . . 
      to buy
      radio.
      1. buying
      2. buy
      3. to buy

    2. Is that your  . . . 
      mother’s
      car?
      1. mothers’
      2. mother’s
      3. mother

    3. We went to the cinema  . . . 
      but
      the film wasn’t very good.
      1. because
      2. and
      3. but

    4. There  . . . 
      isn’t any
      coffee in the house.
      1. isn’t some
      2. aren’t any
      3. isn’t any

    5. We had  . . . 
      a lot of
      rain yesterday.
      1. a lot
      2. a lot of
      3. much

    6.  . . . 
      Would you like
      a coffee?
      1. Do you like
      2. You like
      3. Would you like

    7. Paula is the girl  . . . 
      with
      black hair.
      1. of
      2. with
      3. has

    8. How  . . . 
      old is
      she?
      1. old is
      2. many years has
      3. old has

    9. She starts work at nine  . . . 
      o’clock
      every day.
      1. of clock
      2. o’clock
      3. of the clock

    10. We’re going to meet them  . . . 
      at
      the airport.
      1. on
      2. at
      3. to

    11. It’s very cold. Put your big  . . . 
      coat
      on!
      1. coat
      2. skirt
      3. dress

    12. Stop  . . . 
      talking
      to her!
      1. talk
      2. talking
      3. the talk

    13. My father’s not here. He  . . . 
      went
      to his office.
      1. went
      2. gone
      3. go

    14. Listen to the noise! The children are having  . . . 
      a good
      time.
      1. good
      2. a good
      3. very good

    15.  . . . 
      Which
      boy is your son?
      1. What
      2. Which
      3. Who

    16. Did you play football yesterday? No, I  . . . 
      didn’t
      .
      1. didn’t
      2. never
      3. wasn’t

    17. My new shoes are  . . . 
      brown
      .
      1. colour brown
      2. brown colour
      3. brown

    18. Tom has a daughter.  . . . 
      Her
      name is Jane.
      1. Your
      2. His
      3. Her

    19. “What’s your name?” she  . . . 
      said
      .
      1. say
      2. said
      3. sayed

    20. Mary, is this money  . . . 
      yours
      ?
      1. your
      2. of you
      3. yours

    21. Which girl  . . . 
      does John like
      ?
      1. does John like
      2. do John like
      3. John likes

    22.  . . . 
      Don’t
      drink that!
      1. Don’t
      2. Not to
      3. Don’t to

    23. Margaret  . . . 
      always knows
      the answer.
      1. always knows
      2. always know
      3. knows always

    24. James  . . . 
      can
      swim very well.
      1. can
      2. can to
      3. he can

    25. Jack is sitting  . . . 
      behind
      Mary.
      1. at back
      2. behind
      3. after

    26.  . . . 
      Come here
      to me!
      1. Come here
      2. Go here
      3. Come there

    27. Those are my books. Give  . . . 
      them to me
      .
      1. them to me
      2. it to me
      3. me it

    28. Look! The sun  . . . 
      is coming
      up.
      1. is coming
      2. come
      3. comes

    29. This is my  . . . 
      address
      book.
      1. addresses
      2. addressing
      3. address

    30. I’m going to come  . . . 
      home
      late this evening.
      1. at home
      2. home
      3. to home

  • Level 2-A
    1. When I got  . . . 
      home
      I had a bath.
      1. home
      2. at home
      3. to home

    2. She was very excited and couldn’t stop  . . . 
      talking
      .
      1. from talking
      2. talking
      3. talk

    3. When Jack used the computer, he made the problem  . . . 
      worse
      .
      1. more worse
      2. worst
      3. worse

    4. There wasn’t  . . . 
      anybody
      in the garden.
      1. people
      2. anybody
      3. somebody

    5. Why didn’t you invite  . . . 
      him to
      the party?
      1. to him
      2. him
      3. him to

    6. How much money  . . . 
      did he give
      you?
      1. gave he to
      2. did he give
      3. he gave

    7. Would you like  . . . 
      to come
      to the cinema with me?
      1. coming
      2. to come
      3. come

    8. I looked  . . . 
      everywhere
      but I couldn’t find it.
      1. everywhere
      2. anywhere
      3. somewhere

    9. What  . . . 
      does Mary usually do
      on Sundays?
      1. does Mary usually
      2. does Mary usually do
      3. usually does Mary

    10.  . . . 
      Tell them
      that I’m waiting outside.
      1. Tell to them
      2. Tell
      3. Tell them

    11. I can’t see Helen in the picture because she’s  . . . 
      behind
      you.
      1. between
      2. below
      3. behind

    12. Did you  . . . 
      pay for
      the train tickets?
      1. pay
      2. pay them
      3. pay for

    13. I’m going  . . . 
      shopping
      now.
      1. to shops
      2. shops
      3. shopping

    14. I was tired  . . . 
      so
      I went to bed
      1. so
      2. because
      3. but

    15.  . . . 
      Thank
      you very much for your letter.
      1. Thanks to
      2. I am thanking
      3. Thank

    16. Jane is  . . . 
      prettier
      than Judith.
      1. more prettier
      2. more pretty
      3. prettier

    17. She’s the  . . . 
      cleverest
      girl in the class.
      1. most clever
      2. cleverer
      3. cleverest

    18. Why  . . . 
      aren’t they coming
      to the party tomorrow?
      1. doesn’t they come
      2. won’t they to come
      3. aren’t they coming

    19. A man  . . . 
      died
      in the car accident.
      1. was died
      2. dead
      3. died

    20. My camera is not the same  . . . 
      as
      yours.
      1. as
      2. than
      3. that

    21. She comes to school  . . . 
      by
      bus every day.
      1. in
      2. by
      3. on

    22. She sings very  . . . 
      well
      .
      1. well
      2. good
      3. much

    23. We had  . . . 
      breakfast
      at eight o’clock.
      1. breakfast
      2. a breakfast
      3. the breakfast

    24. I  . . . 
      could
      swim well when I was very young.
      1. can
      2. knew
      3. could

    25. That dress is  . . . 
      too
      big for you.
      1. so much
      2. too
      3. too much

    26. Would you like some  . . . 
      more
      tea?
      1. more
      2. of
      3. more of

    27. That’s Miss Jones. She  . . . 
      teaches
      me English.
      1. teaches
      2. teachs
      3. teach

    28. We had  . . . 
      some
      very bad weather on our holiday.
      1. some
      2. the
      3. a

    29. She never  . . . 
      listens to
      the teacher.
      1. is listening
      2. listens to
      3. listens

    30. They  . . . 
      told
      him that his friend was ill.
      1. said
      2. told to
      3. told

  • Level 2-B
    1. There wasn’t  . . . 
      anybody
      in the shop.
      1. anybody
      2. any people
      3. somebody

    2. Would you like  . . . 
      to dance
      ?
      1. to dance
      2. dancing
      3. dance

    3.  . . . 
      Aren’t they coming
      to the party this evening?
      1. Won’t they be come
      2. Aren’t they coming
      3. Don’t they come

    4. Did you  . . . 
      pay for
      the two bus tickets?
      1. pay him
      2. pay for
      3. pay

    5. Which postcard  . . . 
      did she send
      you?
      1. she sent
      2. sent she to
      3. did she send

    6. She always has  . . . 
      breakfast
      in bed.
      1. breakfast
      2. a breakfast
      3. the breakfast

    7. I looked for you  . . . 
      everywhere
      but I couldn’t see you.
      1. somewhere
      2. anywhere
      3. everywhere

    8. I can’t see James in the picture because there’s somebody  . . . 
      in front
      of him.
      1. in front
      2. behind
      3. below

    9. What  . . . 
      does John usually do
      at weekends?
      1. does John usually
      2. usually does John
      3. does John usually do

    10. She’s the  . . . 
      prettiest
      girl in the class.
      1. prettier
      2. most pretty
      3. prettiest

    11. Would you like some  . . . 
      more
      tea?
      1. more of
      2. of
      3. more

    12. We often have  . . . 
      bad
      weather here in winter.
      1. the bad
      2. a bad
      3. bad

    13. I never  . . . 
      listen to
      the radio.
      1. am listening
      2. listen to
      3. listen

    14. She plays tennis very  . . . 
      well
      .
      1. good
      2. well
      3. much

    15. We’re going  . . . 
      shopping
      now.
      1. to shops
      2. the shops
      3. shopping

    16. That coat is  . . . 
      too
      small for you.
      1. too much
      2. so much
      3. too

    17. When he arrived  . . . 
      home
      , his wife wasn’t there.
      1. at home
      2. home
      3. to home

    18. I think that somebody  . . . 
      died
      in the accident.
      1. died
      2. was died
      3. dead

    19. I  . . . 
      could
      read when I was six.
      1. could
      2. can
      3. knew

    20. Don’t be angry! It makes things  . . . 
      worse
      .
      1. worser
      2. more worse
      3. worse

    21. Anne is  . . . 
      cleverer
      than Catherine.
      1. more cleverer
      2. more clever
      3. cleverer

    22. She  . . . 
      told
      me that the plane was late.
      1. told
      2. said
      3. told to

    23. She’s wearing the same dress  . . . 
      as
      her sister.
      1. that
      2. than
      3. as

    24.  . . . 
      Tell her
      that I love her.
      1. Tell her
      2. Tell to her
      3. Tell

    25. I wanted to invite  . . . 
      her to
      the party.
      1. her
      2. to her
      3. her to

    26. That’s Mr Brown. He  . . . 
      teaches
      me English.
      1. teaches
      2. teachs
      3. teach

    27. I was hungry  . . . 
      so
      I had a sandwich.
      1. so
      2. because
      3. but

    28. He goes to the office  . . . 
      by
      train every day.
      1. in
      2. by
      3. on

    29.  . . . 
      Thank
      you very much for your letter.
      1. Thank
      2. Thanks to
      3. I am thanking

    30. She was very sad and couldn’t stop  . . . 
      crying
      .
      1. cry
      2. to cry
      3. crying

  • Level 3-A
    1. The boss is too busy  . . . 
      to
      see her now.
      1. for
      2. to
      3. that

    2.  . . . 
      A hundred years ago
      , there were no houses here.
      1. A hundred years ago
      2. Since 100 years
      3. It makes a hundred years

    3.  . . . 
      “Whose
      camera is this?”
      “It’s Angela’s”
      1. What
      2. Which
      3. Whose

    4. You  . . . 
      must
      drive slowly through the village.
      1. must
      2. need
      3. want

    5.  . . . 
      How far
      is it from here to London?
      1. How long
      2. How far
      3. How long way

    6. A large white  . . . 
      loaf
      , please.
      1. bread
      2. loaf
      3. sandwich

    7. Is  . . . 
      Jane taller
      than her sister?
      1. taller Jane
      2. Jane taller
      3. Jane more tall

    8. Is she a relative of  . . . 
      yours
      ?
      1. yours
      2. your’s
      3. your

    9. When I told her about it, she  . . . 
      just laughed
      .
      1. was just laughing
      2. just laughed
      3. has just laughed

    10.  . . . 
      Everyone
      in the class speaks two languages.
      1. Everyone
      2. All the students
      3. All students

    11. I’m going out to the garden to pick some flowers  . . . 
      while
      it isn’t raining.
      1. so
      2. for
      3. while

    12. He drives much  . . . 
      faster
      than his father.
      1. faster
      2. more fast
      3. more fastly

    13. Please ask  . . . 
      him to
      come in.
      1. to him to
      2. him
      3. him to

    14. I would like to go  . . . 
      abroad
      for my holiday next year.
      1. outside
      2. foreign
      3. abroad

    15. “We don’t believe you!” someone told him in a  . . . 
      loud
      voice.
      1. big
      2. strong
      3. loud

    16. Both  . . . 
      of them
      play tennis very well.
      1. of them
      2. them
      3. they

    17. She never stops working. She works twelve hours  . . . 
      a
      day.
      1. the
      2. by
      3. a

    18. Is the boss still in his office? I don’t think  . . . 
      so
      .
      1. it
      2. that
      3. so

    19. There wasn’t anything interesting on the news,  . . . 
      was there
      ?
      1. wasn’t it
      2. was there
      3. wasn’t there

    20. I  . . . 
      haven’t been
      to the cinema since last year.
      1. didn’t go
      2. haven’t been
      3. don’t go

    21. There isn’t a good restaurant  . . . 
      anywhere
      in this town.
      1. somewhere
      2. nowhere
      3. anywhere

    22. You  . . . 
      needn’t
      come with me if you feel tired.
      1. couldn’t
      2. needn’t
      3. haven’t

    23. He wanted to  . . . 
      borrow
      some money from me.
      1. borrow
      2. earn
      3. lend

    24. I  . . . 
      was still
      having breakfast when she knocked at the door.
      1. was still
      2. still was
      3. was yet

    25. I’m afraid they didn’t have  . . . 
      enough
      to eat.
      1. too much
      2. enough
      3. some more

    26. Who was the man  . . . 
      that you were speaking to
      ?
      1. spoke to you
      2. that you spoke
      3. that you were speaking to

    27. She was 14 on her birthday,  . . . 
      wasn’t
      she?
      1. hadn’t
      2. didn’t
      3. wasn’t

    28. I don’t like fish, and my brother doesn’t,  . . . 
      either
      .
      1. either
      2. too
      3. neither

    29. It’s late. Ask the waitress for the  . . . 
      bill
      , John.
      1. bill
      2. cost
      3. price

    30. Look, children! Your aunt has  . . . 
      brought
      you a box of chocolates.
      1. carried
      2. brought
      3. taken

  • Level 3-B
    1. Have you had  . . . 
      enough
      to eat?
      1. some more
      2. enough
      3. too many

    2. Please ask  . . . 
      her to
      see me.
      1. her
      2. her to
      3. to her to

    3. This book is very easy  . . . 
      to
      understand.
      1. to
      2. in
      3. for

    4. She has a very good job. She earns a thousand pounds  . . . 
      a
      week.
      1. for
      2. a
      3. the

    5. I couldn’t find my hat  . . . 
      anywhere
      .
      1. anywhere
      2. nowhere
      3. everywhere

    6. Who was the girl  . . . 
      that you were speaking to
      ?
      1. that you were speaking to
      2. spoke to you
      3. that you spoke

    7. She was born  . . . 
      100 years ago
      .
      1. for 100 years
      2. since 100 years
      3. 100 years ago

    8. Have they finished working yet? I don’t think  . . . 
      so
      .
      1. it
      2. that
      3. so

    9. Both  . . . 
      of them
      play the piano very well.
      1. they
      2. them
      3. of them

    10.  . . . 
      “Whose
      books are these?”
      “They’re mine!”
      1. Whose
      2. What
      3. Which

    11. She’ll be 16 on her next birthday,  . . . 
      won’t
      she?
      1. isn’t
      2. won’t
      3. hasn’t

    12. When he heard the news, he  . . . 
      just smiled
      .
      1. has just smiled
      2. just smiled
      3. was just smiling

    13. We can go out now  . . . 
      while
      it isn’t raining.
      1. while
      2. so
      3. for

    14. You  . . . 
      must
      have a ticket to travel on the train.
      1. want
      2. need
      3. must

    15. You  . . . 
      needn’t
      come if you don’t want to.
      1. couldn’t
      2. needn’t
      3. haven’t

    16. We’re all hungry. Go out and buy another  . . . 
      loaf
      .
      1. bread
      2. sandwich
      3. loaf

    17. Hurry, children! I’m going to  . . . 
      take
      you to school in the car.
      1. carry
      2. bring
      3. take

    18. She’s a friend of  . . . 
      theirs
      .
      1. theirs
      2. them
      3. their

    19. Somebody stole her bag so she  . . . 
      borrowed
      money from a friend.
      1. lent
      2. earned
      3. borrowed

    20. “Come here!” the policeman said in a  . . . 
      loud
      voice.
      1. loud
      2. strong
      3. big

    21. We must go now. Call the waiter and ask for the  . . . 
      bill
      .
      1. price
      2. bill
      3. cost

    22. My wife doesn’t eat meat, and I don’t,  . . . 
      either
      .
      1. too
      2. either
      3. neither

    23. I  . . . 
      was still
      in bed when she arrived.
      1. was still
      2. still was
      3. was yet

    24. I  . . . 
      haven’t seen
      my uncle since last year.
      1. don’t see
      2. didn’t see
      3. haven’t seen

    25. There isn’t much news in the paper today,  . . . 
      is there
      ?
      1. is there
      2. are there
      3. isn’t it

    26. If you want to succeed, you must work  . . . 
      harder
      .
      1. very hardly
      2. more hard
      3. harder

    27. Is  . . . 
      her hair longer
      than mine?
      1. her hair longer
      2. longer her hair
      3. her hair more long

    28.  . . . 
      Everyone
      in the class likes that teacher.
      1. All students
      2. All the students
      3. Everyone

    29.  . . . 
      How far
      is it to your parents’ house?
      1. How much way
      2. How long
      3. How far

    30. Those people with the guide have never been  . . . 
      abroad
      before.
      1. outside
      2. abroad
      3. foreign

  • Level 4-A
    1. I  . . . 
      would rather
      have tea than coffee.
      1. prefer
      2. had better
      3. would like more
      4. would rather

    2. That’s the hotel  . . . 
      where
      we stayed last year.
      1. where
      2. that
      3. which
      4. what

    3. I’ll be sad when I have to give  . . . 
      up
      playing tennis.
      1. in
      2. out
      3. off
      4. up

    4. You nearly had an accident. You  . . . 
      should
      drive more carefully.
      1. should
      2. had to
      3. ought
      4. would

    5. They will never agree because they hate  . . . 
      each
      other.
      1. one to
      2. each to
      3. to one
      4. each

    6. I’ll ring you when I  . . . 
      arrive at
      the hotel.
      1. arrive at
      2. will arrive at
      3. will arrive to
      4. arrive to

    7. I  . . . 
      enjoy
      watching that programme because it’s very interesting.
      1. smile
      2. please
      3. amuse
      4. enjoy

    8. Would you mind  . . . 
      looking after
      the children while I’m out?
      1. taking care
      2. looking for
      3. caring
      4. looking after

    9. I had fallen asleep and didn’t realise at first that the phone  . . . 
      was ringing
      .
      1. has rung
      2. had rung
      3. rang
      4. was ringing

    10. Take an umbrella  . . . 
      in case
      it rains while you are out.
      1. because
      2. for
      3. in case
      4. if

    11. It will cost a lot of money to have  . . . 
      that work done
      .
      1. made that work
      2. done that work
      3. that work done
      4. that work made

    12. He’s going to have a new  . . . 
      suit
      made to wear at the wedding.
      1. dress
      2. suit
      3. cloth
      4. clothes

    13. Can you lend me  . . . 
      a pair of
      scissors?
      1. a
      2. a pair of
      3. a couple of
      4. two

    14.  . . . 
      I was told
      that you would be at the meeting.
      1. It was said me
      2. I was said
      3. I was told
      4. It was told me

    15. We had a lovely time. It was  . . . 
      such a
      good party.
      1. a so
      2. such
      3. such a
      4. so

    16. She’s got a much more interesting  . . . 
      job
      in the company now.
      1. job
      2. work
      3. employ
      4. reward

    17. Mary wants to know if she can bring a friend of  . . . 
      hers
      to the party.
      1. her
      2. hers
      3. his
      4. him

    18. I’ll write him a note  . . . 
      so
      he’ll know where we are.
      1. as
      2. so
      3. for
      4. that

    19. I’m going to the supermarket  . . . 
      to buy
      a few things.
      1. for buying
      2. for buy
      3. to buy
      4. in order buy

    20. Would you like some more coffee? There’s still  . . . 
      a little
      left.
      1. little
      2. a few
      3. a little
      4. few

    21. Good  . . . 
      luck
      ! I hope you win.
      1. luck
      2. sort
      3. chance
      4. wish

    22. If you  . . . 
      don’t come
      soon, we’ll miss the start of the film.
      1. don’t come
      2. aren’t coming
      3. won’t come
      4. wouldn’t come

    23. I couldn’t hear what she was  . . . 
      saying
      .
      1. telling
      2. talking
      3. speaking
      4. saying

    24. I broke a  . . . 
      wine glass
      while I was doing the washing-up
      1. glass for wine
      2. glass of wine
      3. glass wine
      4. wine glass

    25. The furniture for their house has cost them a large  . . . 
      amount
      of money.
      1. lot
      2. number
      3. amount
      4. piece

    26. She’s already  . . . 
      as tall as
      her mother.
      1. as tall as
      2. as tall than
      3. so tall than
      4. so tall as

    27. They  . . . 
      met
      on holiday and  . . . 
      fell
      in love.
      1. met | got
      2. saw | grew
      3. knew | became
      4. found | fell

    28. I don’t allow my children  . . . 
      to behave
      so badly.
      1. behave
      2. that they behave
      3. to behave
      4. behaving

    29. That man  . . . 
      stole
      my purse.
      1. stole
      2. robbed me
      3. robbed
      4. stole me

    30. My brother,  . . . 
      who
      lives in Spain, is coming to visit us.
      1. that
      2. who
      3. what
      4. which

  • Level 4-B
    1. Hello! I didn’t expect to see you.  . . . 
      I was told
      that you were on holiday.
      1. I was said
      2. It was told me
      3. I was told
      4. It was said me

    2. That’s the restaurant  . . . 
      where
      we had dinner last week.
      1. which
      2. that
      3. where
      4. what

    3. Good  . . . 
      luck
      ! I hope you pass the examination.
      1. wish
      2. luck
      3. chance
      4. fortune

    4. The company have offered her a much better  . . . 
      job
      in London.
      1. employ
      2. job
      3. work
      4. reward

    5. I’ll leave her a message  . . . 
      so
      she’ll know where to go.
      1. that
      2. as
      3. so
      4. for

    6. Some gangsters  . . . 
      stole
      all their money.
      1. stole them
      2. robbed them
      3. stole
      4. robbed

    7. It’s a very good film so I  . . . 
      enjoyed
      seeing it.
      1. smiled
      2. pleased
      3. enjoyed
      4. amused

    8. I  . . . 
      would rather
      have fish than meat.
      1. prefer
      2. would rather
      3. had better
      4. would like more

    9. I’m going to the library  . . . 
      to borrow
      a book.
      1. to lend
      2. for lend
      3. to borrow
      4. for borrow

    10. We had a wonderful holiday. It was  . . . 
      such a
      pleasant hotel.
      1. such a
      2. so
      3. such
      4. so

    11. Hide this somewhere  . . . 
      in case
      the teacher sees it.
      1. in case
      2. for
      3. because
      4. if

    12. The doctor has told him that he must give  . . . 
      up
      smoking.
      1. off
      2. from
      3. out
      4. up

    13. I gave her  . . . 
      a pair of
      stockings for her birthday.
      1. couple of
      2. a
      3. two
      4. a pair of

    14. She’s a lovely little girl. I think that she’s going to be  . . . 
      as pretty as
      her mother.
      1. as pretty as
      2. so pretty as
      3. as pretty than
      4. so pretty than

    15. If he  . . . 
      doesn’t
      improve soon, he won’t pass the driving test.
      1. doesn’t
      2. wouldn’t
      3. isn’t
      4. won’t

    16. Would you like some more wine? There’s still  . . . 
      a little
      left.
      1. few
      2. a little
      3. a few
      4. little

    17. I’ll meet you when you  . . . 
      arrive at
      the airport.
      1. will arrive at
      2. arrive at
      3. will arrive to
      4. arrive to

    18. How much does it cost to have  . . . 
      a dress made
      ?
      1. done a dress
      2. a dress done
      3. made a dress
      4. a dress made

    19. The building is not safe so nobody is allowed  . . . 
      to enter
      it.
      1. entering
      2. that they enter
      3. to enter
      4. enter

    20. They  . . . 
      met
      at university and  . . . 
      became
      close friends.
      1. found | got
      2. met | grew
      3. saw | became
      4. knew | stayed

    21. My uncle,  . . . 
      who
      was born abroad, now lives quite near me.
      1. which
      2. who
      3. that
      4. what

    22. You’re getting fat. You  . . . 
      should
      take more exercise.
      1. should
      2. would
      3. ought
      4. had to

    23. I broke a  . . . 
      tea cup
      while I was washing up.
      1. cup tea
      2. cup for tea
      3. tea cup
      4. cup of tea

    24. My colleagues have always disliked  . . . 
      each other
      .
      1. one to other
      2. one to another
      3. each to other
      4. each other

    25. If people  . . . 
      drove
      more carefully, there wouldn’t be so many accidents.
      1. drive
      2. would drive
      3. drove
      4. should drive

    26. They paid a large  . . . 
      amount
      of money for the house.
      1. piece
      2. number
      3. amount
      4. lot

    27. There was a lot of noise so I didn’t understand what he was  . . . 
      saying
      .
      1. speaking
      2. talking
      3. telling
      4. saying

    28. I was answering the phone and didn’t realise you  . . . 
      were waiting
      outside.
      1. had waited
      2. waited
      3. were waiting
      4. have waited

    29. She’s a good neighbour. She  . . . 
      looks after
      the house when we’re on holiday.
      1. looks for
      2. cares
      3. takes care
      4. looks after

    30. John has asked if he can bring a friend of  . . . 
      his
      to the party.
      1. his
      2. her
      3. hers
      4. him

  • Level 5-A
    1. It’s a lovely dress but it’s too expensive. I can’t  . . . 
      afford
      it.
      1. pay
      2. spend
      3. afford
      4. value

    2. We’ve proved that he was guilty but he  . . . 
      still
      doesn’t admit it.
      1. yet
      2. no longer
      3. already
      4. still

    3. I would like you  . . . 
      to read
      that again, please.
      1. reading
      2. read
      3. that you read
      4. to read

    4. If I  . . . 
      had noticed
      the mistake, I would have corrected it.
      1. had noticed
      2. would have noticed
      3. would notice
      4. noticed

    5. He had to get off the bus because he couldn’t pay the  . . . 
      fare
      .
      1. hire
      2. fare
      3. bill
      4. wage

    6. The school that I went to was 10 miles  . . . 
      away
      .
      1. distance
      2. away
      3. far
      4. long

    7. He’s a better player than I am so I didn’t expect to  . . . 
      beat
      him.
      1. gain
      2. victory
      3. win
      4. beat

    8. She wasn’t  . . . 
      tall enough
      to reach the ceiling.
      1. so tall
      2. as tall
      3. tall enough
      4. enough tall

    9. We discussed the problem  . . . 
      on
      our way to the office.
      1. through
      2. on
      3. in
      4. by

    10.  . . . 
      It’s
      good thing that the teacher didn’t see you.
      1. That’s
      2. It’s
      3. What’s
      4. There’s

    11. I played very badly. I was  . . . 
      disgusted
      with myself.
      1. disgusted
      2. ashamed
      3. amazed
      4. sorry

    12. Look, there’s the waiter!  . . . 
      Ask him for
      the bill.
      1. Demand him for
      2. Demand him
      3. Ask him for
      4. Ask him

    13. I don’t believe him,  . . . 
      whatever
      excuse he offers.
      1. whatever
      2. however
      3. for any
      4. for much

    14. Jane’s dress is  . . . 
      similar to
      yours.
      1. similar to
      2. the same to
      3. similar than
      4. the same than

    15. He came to the party  . . . 
      although
      he hadn’t been invited.
      1. in case
      2. although
      3. in spite
      4. even

    16. “I’m going to the theatre tomorrow.”
      “So  . . . 
      am I
      .”
      1. I am
      2. do I
      3. I do
      4. am I

    17. We have  . . . 
      advertised
      for a secretary but haven’t appointed anyone yet.
      1. noticed
      2. advertised
      3. advised
      4. announced

    18. They were all on the platform, waiting  . . . 
      for the train to
      arrive.
      1. the train’s
      2. for the train
      3. for the train to
      4. the train to

    19. I don’t think we’ve met before. You’re confusing me with  . . . 
      someone else
      .
      1. someone other
      2. someone else
      3. some other
      4. other person

    20. Her work has been  . . . 
      satisfactory
      and she deserves an increase in salary.
      1. very well
      2. satisfactory
      3. available
      4. regular

    21. I wanted to write to her but she  . . . 
      wouldn’t
      give me her address.
      1. hadn’t
      2. hasn’t
      3. wouldn’t
      4. shouldn’t

    22. That’s my name on the cheque but it isn’t my  . . . 
      signature
      .
      1. signature
      2. letter
      3. firm
      4. mark

    23. She fell down and broke her ankle  . . . 
      which
      was a pity.
      1. and
      2. which
      3. what
      4. that

    24. He stayed under water for a minute and then swam to the  . . . 
      surface
      .
      1. surface
      2. sea
      3. level
      4. ground

    25. How long does it take you to  . . . 
      get
      to work every day?
      1. approach
      2. arrive
      3. get
      4. reach

    26. They  . . . 
      accused
      him of taking the money.
      1. punished
      2. threatened
      3. blamed
      4. accused

    27. I didn’t realise that your house was  . . . 
      on
      the other side of the road.
      1. in
      2. for
      3. on
      4. by

    28. What was the name of the person who won first  . . . 
      prize
      ?
      1. price
      2. reward
      3. prize
      4. wage

    29. Every old house like this has  . . . 
      its
      strange stories.
      1. their
      2. his
      3. the
      4. its

    30. She’d seen the film before,  . . . 
      hadn’t
      she?
      1. hadn’t
      2. shouldn’t
      3. didn’t
      4. wouldn’t

  • Level 5-B
    1. They  . . . 
      accused
      him of killing the dog.
      1. blamed
      2. attacked
      3. accused
      4. punished

    2. The new offices are  . . . 
      on
      the other side of the river.
      1. for
      2. by
      3. on
      4. in

    3.  . . . 
      It’s
      pity that you can’t come to the party.
      1. There’s
      2. What’s
      3. It’s
      4. That’s

    4. He had to give up the house because he couldn’t pay the  . . . 
      rent
      .
      1. salary
      2. hire
      3. fare
      4. rent

    5. I didn’t leave that note on your desk. I suppose  . . . 
      someone else
      did.
      1. other person
      2. some other
      3. someone else
      4. someone other

    6. I would like you  . . . 
      to pay
      attention, please.
      1. that you pay
      2. pay
      3. paying
      4. to pay

    7. “I’m going to see the doctor tomorrow.”
      “So  . . . 
      am I
      .”
      1. am I
      2. do I
      3. I am
      4. I do

    8. There’s a policeman over there.  . . . 
      Ask him
      the way.
      1. Ask him
      2. Demand him
      3. Ask him for
      4. Demand him for

    9. Every royal palace has  . . . 
      its
      secrets.
      1. its
      2. his
      3. their
      4. the

    10. I tried to persuade her, but she  . . . 
      wouldn’t
      listen.
      1. hasn’t
      2. wouldn’t
      3. hadn’t
      4. shouldn’t

    11. The service at the hotel was  . . . 
      satisfactory
      so I’ll be happy to stay there again.
      1. satisfactory
      2. sympathetic
      3. very well
      4. regular

    12. She interrupted the minister’s speech,  . . . 
      which
      made him angry.
      1. which
      2. that
      3. who
      4. what

    13. We can buy some food  . . . 
      on
      our way home.
      1. on
      2. in
      3. at
      4. by

    14. Our cook has just left, so we’ll have to  . . . 
      advertise
      for another one.
      1. notice
      2. advise
      3. announce
      4. advertise

    15. I’m not going to walk to the village. It’s 20 miles  . . . 
      away
      !
      1. distance
      2. away
      3. long
      4. far

    16. That’s the trouble with politicians. You can’t trust them,  . . . 
      whatever
      they say.
      1. whatever
      2. however
      3. for much
      4. for all

    17. It’s a very good car but it’s too expensive. I can’t  . . . 
      afford
      it.
      1. afford
      2. cost
      3. pay
      4. spend

    18. Oh, look! The design on that man’s tie is  . . . 
      similar to
      yours.
      1. similar to
      2. the same to
      3. similar than
      4. the same than

    19. We’ve reminded him several times, but he  . . . 
      still
      hasn’t paid us.
      1. still
      2. even
      3. yet
      4. already

    20. You’d already read the book,  . . . 
      hadn’t
      you?
      1. didn’t
      2. hadn’t
      3. shouldn’t
      4. wouldn’t

    21. No one expected the President to  . . . 
      beat
      his rival in the election.
      1. gain
      2. lose
      3. beat
      4. win

    22. She wasn’t  . . . 
      strong enough
      to lift the heavy box.
      1. as strong
      2. strong enough
      3. enough strong
      4. so strong

    23. We can’t pay you unless we’re sure that this is his  . . . 
      signature
      on the cheque.
      1. letter
      2. signature
      3. firm
      4. mark

    24. They didn’t take any notice of us  . . . 
      although
      we protested.
      1. although
      2. in case
      3. in spite
      4. even

    25. That was a nasty thing to do. You should be  . . . 
      ashamed
      of yourself.
      1. disgusted
      2. ashamed
      3. amazed
      4. sorry

    26. The crowd were outside the palace, waiting  . . . 
      for the queen to
      arrive.
      1. the queen’s
      2. for the queen
      3. the queen to
      4. for the queen to

    27. Congratulations! You’ve won first  . . . 
      prize
      !
      1. price
      2. prize
      3. reward
      4. victory

    28. How long can you stay under water without coming to the  . . . 
      surface
      ?
      1. surface
      2. level
      3. sea
      4. ground

    29. It takes the children over an hour to  . . . 
      get
      to school with all this traffic.
      1. approach
      2. reach
      3. arrive
      4. get

    30. If we  . . . 
      had known
      you were coming, we would have met you at the station.
      1. would know
      2. had known
      3. would have known
      4. knew

  • Level 6-A
    1. I’m sorry. I  . . . 
      should have told
      you about the change in the dates but I forgot.
      1. ought to tell
      2. would tell
      3. should have told
      4. must have told

    2. He  . . . 
      avoids
      getting into trouble by refusing to be involved.
      1. prevents
      2. avoids
      3. resists
      4. overcomes

    3. If you don’t do what the boss tells you, you’ll be  . . . 
      sacked
      from the firm.
      1. resigned
      2. rejected
      3. retired
      4. sacked

    4. We had the first snow of the winter  . . . 
      a few
      days  . . . 
      ago
      .
      1. a few | a few
      2. few | ago
      3. since | few
      4. ago | since

    5. I knew she was married because she was  . . . 
      wearing
      a wedding ring.
      1. dressing
      2. wearing
      3. carrying
      4. bearing

    6. Come on! I don’t want  . . . 
      to miss
      the start of the match.
      1. to lose
      2. that we lose
      3. that we miss
      4. to miss

    7. That’s the third time this week that the machine has been out of  . . . 
      order
      .
      1. practice
      2. work
      3. force
      4. order

    8. They made a serious mistake and their opponents took  . . . 
      advantage
      of it.
      1. benefit
      2. profit
      3. gain
      4. advantage

    9. I  . . . 
      have been
      expecting a storm like this  . . . 
      for
      several days now.
      1. have been | for
      2. am | in
      3. was | during
      4. have | to

    10. We’ve appealed for witnesses but  . . . 
      no one
      has come forward.
      1. none
      2. any one
      3. anyone
      4. no one

    11. I don’t want to stop in the forest but  . . . 
      there may
      be a village quite near.
      1. there can
      2. it may
      3. there may
      4. it can

    12. She’s still very beautiful. I wish I  . . . 
      had known
      her when she was young.
      1. would have known
      2. have known
      3. had known
      4. knew

    13. So far no one has  . . . 
      applied
      for the job of chief of police.
      1. appeared
      2. applied
      3. presented
      4. appointed

    14. By the time they change the law, the damage  . . . 
      will have
      been done.
      1. must have
      2. shall have
      3. had
      4. will have

    15. She  . . . 
      glanced
      at me and then went on reading.
      1. viewed
      2. regarded
      3. responded
      4. glanced

    16. You’ve had a lot to drink so you  . . . 
      had
      better let me drive.
      1. had
      2. should
      3. would
      4. ought

    17. If he’d worked as hard as we have, he  . . . 
      would feel
      tired.
      1. has felt
      2. would feel
      3. feels
      4. had felt

    18. He  . . . 
      apologized
      to me for the mistake.
      1. excused
      2. apologized
      3. forgave
      4. pardoned

    19. Your wife rang  . . . 
      to remind
      you that you’re meeting her after work.
      1. to remember
      2. for reminding
      3. to remind
      4. for remembering

    20. I can’t find my glasses. I  . . . 
      must have left
      them at the office.
      1. could leave
      2. had to leave
      3. must have left
      4. can have left

    21. She seems very keen on discipline but I wonder  . . . 
      what she is like
      in class.
      1. what is she like
      2. what she is like
      3. how is she
      4. how she is

    22. She  . . . 
      folded
      the cloth and put it away in the drawer.
      1. curved
      2. twisted
      3. folded
      4. bent

    23.  . . . 
      Riding
      when there is ice on the roads  . . . 
      is
      very dangerous.
      1. The ride | is it
      2. Riding | it is
      3. The riding | are
      4. Ride | is

    24. He wasn’t elected,  . . . 
      despite
      the efforts of his team.
      1. despite
      2. although
      3. however
      4. nevertheless

    25. It’s a dangerous occupation. I don’t do it for the  . . . 
      sake
      of my health.
      1. desire
      2. reason
      3. cause
      4. sake

    26. When you’ve been playing as long as I have, one game is very like  . . . 
      another
      .
      1. another
      2. one other
      3. other
      4. each other

    27. They aren’t going to raise taxes — at  . . . 
      least
      , that is what they promised.
      1. least
      2. once
      3. last
      4. first

    28. The method sounds old-fashioned but it works  . . . 
      as
      well as  . . . 
      ever
      .
      1. ever | as
      2. never | so
      3. as | never
      4. so | ever

    29. My neighbours are a bit  . . . 
      weird
      . They believe in ghosts and magic.
      1. weird
      2. decayed
      3. rare
      4. wicked

    30. Those boys climbed up the  . . . 
      church
      tower last night.
      1. church’s
      2. churches’
      3. churchs’
      4. church

  • Level 6-B
    1. She  . . . 
      folded
      the letter carefully and put it in an envelope.
      1. bent
      2. curved
      3. folded
      4. twisted

    2. There’s ice on the road so you  . . . 
      had
      better drive carefully.
      1. should
      2. had
      3. would
      4. ought

    3. Hello! I  . . . 
      should have rung
      you before now but I’ve been very busy.
      1. had to ring
      2. ought to ring
      3. must have rung
      4. should have rung

    4. I  . . . 
      apologized
      to him for the error.
      1. pardoned
      2. forgave
      3. excused
      4. apologized

    5. It looks as if the lift is out of  . . . 
      order
      so we’ll have to walk up the stairs.
      1. order
      2. running
      3. practice
      4. work

    6. One flight across the ocean is very like  . . . 
      another
      .
      1. another
      2. one other
      3. each other
      4. other

    7. We’re short of petrol but  . . . 
      there may
      be a garage near here.
      1. it may
      2. there can
      3. it can
      4. there may

    8. I  . . . 
      have been
      expecting trouble  . . . 
      for
      some time now.
      1. was | for
      2. am | in
      3. have been | during
      4. have | to

    9. He looked round to make sure that  . . . 
      no one
      was following him.
      1. no one
      2. any one
      3. anyone
      4. none

    10.  . . . 
      Skiing
      down a mountain at this speed  . . . 
      is
      very dangerous.
      1. Skies | is
      2. Skiing | it is
      3. The skiing | are
      4. The skies | is it

    11. Hurry up! I wouldn’t like  . . . 
      to miss
      the start of the film.
      1. that we miss
      2. to lose
      3. to miss
      4. that we lose

    12. I don’t believe in ghosts — or, at  . . . 
      least
      I’ve never seen one.
      1. last
      2. first
      3. least
      4. once

    13. He has some very  . . . 
      odd
      habits. He has a bath with his clothes on!
      1. rare
      2. wicked
      3. odd
      4. decayed

    14. She’s recovered from her illness and is playing  . . . 
      as
      well as  . . . 
      ever
      .
      1. ever | as
      2. never | so
      3. as | never
      4. so | ever

    15. The shop rang  . . . 
      to say
      that your new dress is ready.
      1. to tell
      2. for telling
      3. for saying
      4. to say

    16. He just failed to win the race,  . . . 
      despite
      his great effort.
      1. however
      2. although
      3. despite
      4. nevertheless

    17. They arrived in the neighbourhood  . . . 
      a few
      days  . . . 
      ago
      .
      1. a few | a few
      2. since | few
      3. ago | since
      4. few | ago

    18. He’s been  . . . 
      sacked
      from the company because he wasn’t doing his job.
      1. retired
      2. resigned
      3. sacked
      4. rejected

    19. How many candidates have  . . . 
      applied
      for the job?
      1. undertaken
      2. appointed
      3. applied
      4. presented

    20. They keep the bird in a cage to  . . . 
      prevent
      it from flying away.
      1. contain
      2. avoid
      3. prevent
      4. resist

    21. Very few people make this journey for the  . . . 
      sake
      of pleasure.
      1. cause
      2. reason
      3. sake
      4. desire

    22. If he hadn’t eaten so much, he  . . . 
      wouldn’t feel
      sick.
      1. hasn’t felt
      2. didn’t feel
      3. wouldn’t feel
      4. hadn’t felt

    23. He  . . . 
      glanced
      out of the window for a moment and then went on working.
      1. saw
      2. viewed
      3. regarded
      4. glanced

    24. She’s very nice. I wish I  . . . 
      had had
      her as a teacher when I was at school.
      1. have had
      2. would have had
      3. had
      4. had had

    25. I’d like to take  . . . 
      advantage
      of this opportunity to thank you for your help.
      1. benefit
      2. advantage
      3. profit
      4. occasion

    26. I can’t find my umbrella. I  . . . 
      must have left
      it on the train.
      1. can have left
      2. could leave
      3. must have left
      4. had to leave

    27. She was  . . . 
      wearing
      dark glasses because she didn’t want to be recognised.
      1. carrying
      2. bearing
      3. holding
      4. wearing

    28. We’re late. By the time we get there, the film  . . . 
      will have
      started.
      1. must have
      2. shall have
      3. will have
      4. has

    29. They’re carrying out repairs to the  . . . 
      old school
      building.
      1. school’s old
      2. old school
      3. old school’s
      4. school old

    30. He always looks brave on the screen but I wonder  . . . 
      what he is like
      in real life.
      1. what he is like
      2. what is he like
      3. how is he
      4. how he is

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