Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Placement Test (1B)

80 cards
, 320 answers
    1. Rosa comes  . . . 
      from
      Uruguay.
      1. for
      2. in
      3. at
      4. from

    2.  . . . 
      What’s
      the time?”
      “It’s nine o’clock.”
      1. What’s
      2. Where’s
      3. When’s
      4. How’s

    3. Look at  . . . 
      that
      aeroplane in the sky! It’s very big!
      1. these
      2. this
      3. it
      4. that

    4.  . . . 
      There
      are seventeen students in my class.
      1. These
      2. Them
      3. There
      4. Their

    5. They are  . . . 
      in
      the classroom.
      1. on
      2. in
      3. at
      4. with

    6. “How  . . . 
      are
      you today?”
      “I’m fine, thanks.”
      1. are
      2. is
      3. be
      4. am

    7. Mrs Hellman is  . . . 
      our
      English teacher.
      1. our
      2. us
      3. we
      4. you

    8. Georgia  . . . 
      doesn’t
      like eating English breakfast.
      1. don’t
      2. doesn’t
      3. aren’t
      4. isn’t

    9. Hi. What’s  . . . 
      your name
      ?
      1. you name
      2. your name
      3. the name
      4. name

    10. Fabian  . . . 
      went
      to the cinema after the lesson.
      1. did go
      2. went
      3. wanted
      4. gone

    11. Did you see the weather forecast on TV  . . . 
      at
      ten o’clock?
      1. at
      2. on
      3. in
      4. from

    12. Pam  . . . 
      had
      breakfast at half past eight yesterday morning.
      1. has
      2. have
      3. is having
      4. had

    13. How old  . . . 
      were
      you in 2004?
      1. are
      2. have
      3. were
      4. had

    14. Where  . . . 
      were
      Charlie and Phil last week?
      1. was
      2. is
      3. were
      4. we’re

    15. Manolo  . . . 
      was
      7 years old in 1999.
      1. are
      2. am
      3. were
      4. was

    16. Birds  . . . 
      must
      drink a lot of water every day.
      1. must
      2. need
      3. was
      4. has

    17.  . . . 
      Do
      you walk to the shops or take a bus?
      1. Are
      2. Is
      3. Does
      4. Do

    18. Diana comes to school  . . . 
      by
      a train.
      1. on
      2. with
      3. in
      4. by

    19. “How  . . . 
      much
      is that cassette player?”
      “It’s £9.50.”
      1. cost
      2. price
      3. many
      4. much

    20. “Where did you see Fight Club?”
      “I  . . . 
      saw
      it at Cineworld.”
      1. saw
      2. see
      3. seen
      4. look

    21.  . . . 
      Did
      you bring your dictionary on Monday?
      1. Did
      2. Are
      3. Was
      4. Has

    22. I  . . . 
      took off
      my jeans because they were dirty.
      1. took
      2. took off
      3. took out
      4. took from

    23. Today is  . . . 
      colder
      than yesterday.
      1. much cold
      2. more cold
      3. colder
      4. cold

    24. They don’t  . . . 
      have to
      stay at school after the lesson today.
      1. must
      2. have to
      3. ought to
      4. should

    25. Which book are you  . . . 
      going to read
      in the holidays?
      1. read
      2. going to read
      3. will read
      4. have read

    26. We  . . . 
      didn’t
      go to work yesterday because it was Sunday.
      1. don’t
      2. wasn’t
      3. didn’t
      4. weren’t

    27. This exercise is  . . . 
      more difficult
      than that one.
      1. difficulty
      2. much difficult
      3. more difficult
      4. difficult

    28. What  . . . 
      are
      they going to do tomorrow evening?
      1. did
      2. was
      3. are
      4. can

    29. Are you good  . . . 
      at
      singing?
      1. in
      2. for
      3. on
      4. at

    30. “How  . . . 
      often
      do you read an English magazine?”
      “Every month.”
      1. often
      2. much
      3. many
      4. every

    31.  . . . 
      Who’s
      the most famous athlete from your country?
      1. Who’s
      2. Whose
      3. How’s
      4. What’s

    32. I  . . . 
      sometimes
      visit my aunt and uncle on Sunday afternoons.
      1. some time
      2. sometimes
      3. some
      4. sometime

    33. Are there  . . . 
      any
      big shopping malls near your home?
      1. any
      2. some
      3. the
      4. a

    34. The Kremlin is  . . . 
      in
      Moscow.
      1. from
      2. on
      3. in
      4. at

    35. What time do you  . . . 
      usually
      go to bed on school days?
      1. used
      2. usual
      3. use
      4. usually

    36. He goes surfing  . . . 
      every
      summer.
      1. very
      2. ever
      3. every
      4. always

    37. She  . . . 
      watches
      television every evening.
      1. watch
      2. watches
      3. to watch
      4. sees

    38. “Do you come from Venezuela?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      don’t
      . I come from Ecuador.”
      1. ’m not
      2. don’t
      3. didn’t
      4. doesn’t

    39. “Are you Australian?”
      “No,  . . . 
      I’m not
      .”
      1. I wasn’t
      2. I don’t
      3. I can’t
      4. I’m not

    40. Can you get me a  . . . 
      bottle
      of mineral water, please?
      1. bag
      2. packet
      3. box
      4. bottle

    41. How  . . . 
      much
      milk do you put in your tea?
      1. many
      2. much
      3. any
      4. some

    42. “How  . . . 
      many
      DVDs do you buy each week?”
      “One or two.”
      1. many
      2. much
      3. any
      4. some

    43. The hunter didn’t  . . . 
      shoot
      the lion with his gun.
      1. shot
      2. shooting
      3. shoot
      4. shoots

    44. I  . . . 
      bought
      this blouse at a shop in Paris last summer.
      1. bought
      2. brought
      3. buy
      4. bring

    45.  . . . 
      Did you learn
      about light in your Physics class?
      1. Had you learn
      2. Did you learnt
      3. Was you learn
      4. Did you learn

    46. We  . . . 
      studied
      the history of Bolivar last year.
      1. study
      2. studying
      3. studies
      4. studied

    47.  . . . 
      Whose
      green jacket is this? Is it yours?
      1. Who’s
      2. Whose
      3. How’s
      4. Who

    48. “Is this Marjorie’s hat?”
      “No, it isn’t Marjorie’s, it’s  . . . 
      mine
      .”
      1. me
      2. I’m
      3. my
      4. mine

    49. Stella’s father is a  . . . 
      builder
      . He built my house.
      1. build
      2. building
      3. builder
      4. built

    50.  . . . 
      Can you speak
      Japanese?”
      “No, I can’t.”
      1. Can you speak
      2. You can speak
      3. Speak
      4. Speak you

    51. Benny is visiting his girlfriend. He always  . . . 
      visits
      her on Tuesday evenings.
      1. visiting
      2. visits
      3. visited
      4. to visit

    52. The car is driving  . . . 
      through
      the tunnel under the river.
      1. across
      2. through
      3. over
      4. between

    53. What is Harry  . . . 
      wearing
      today?
      1. wear
      2. wearing
      3. to wear
      4. wore

    54. What are they doing  . . . 
      at the moment
      ?
      1. every day
      2. at the moment
      3. often
      4. usually

    55. Can you speak  . . . 
      more slowly
      ? I can’t understand you.
      1. slow
      2. more slowly
      3. more slow
      4. slowest

    56. We can go to the university library on Wednesday afternoon if you like. But we  . . . 
      don’t have to
      .
      1. mustn’t
      2. don’t have to
      3. can’t
      4. don’t used to

    57.  . . . 
      Can you
      stand and touch your toes?
      1. Can you
      2. Have you
      3. Are you
      4. Able you

    58. Do you eat  . . . 
      a lot of
      salt and sugar every day?
      1. many
      2. lots
      3. a lot of
      4. a few

    59. How much homework  . . . 
      do you have to do
      every evening?
      1. do you have to do
      2. are you have to do
      3. do you must to do
      4. are you must to do

    60. Her ice skates are  . . . 
      more expensive
      than mine.
      1. much expensive
      2. more expensive
      3. many expensive
      4. a lot expensive

    61. The weather’s beautiful today.  . . . 
      It’s
      sunny and warm.
      1. There is
      2. It has
      3. It’s
      4. Its

    62. “What’s the time?”
      “It’s half  . . . 
      past
      ten.”
      1. before
      2. to
      3. after
      4. past

    63. You can have either coffee  . . . 
      or
      tea.
      1. or
      2. neither
      3. nor
      4. both

    64. Did she come here  . . . 
      by
      car?
      1. with your
      2. on her
      3. by her
      4. by

    65. She can’t  . . . 
      see
      without her glasses.
      1. hear
      2. see
      3. watch
      4. look

    66. Schools are much  . . . 
      noisier
      than they were in the past.
      1. noise
      2. noisy
      3. noisier
      4. noisiest

    67.  . . . 
      Are
      those your new trainers?
      1. Is
      2. Am
      3. Be
      4. Are

    68. (telephone) Hello.  . . . 
      Can
      I speak to Stephen Fry, please?
      1. Can
      2. Have
      3. Must
      4. Am

    69. Is Lagos usually warm  . . . 
      in
      summer?
      1. at
      2. to
      3. on
      4. in

    70. She bought some fruit  . . . 
      for
      her lunch.
      1. from
      2. for
      3. to
      4. in

    71. Michael has lost  . . . 
      his
      MP3 player.
      1. he
      2. its
      3. his
      4. their

    72. Keith  . . . 
      has just phoned
      his sister. She’s taking her driving test.
      1. have just phone
      2. has just phoned
      3. did just phoned
      4. is just phone

    73.  . . . 
      I’ve
      never seen a tsunami.
      1. I’ve
      2. I’m
      3. I haven’t
      4. I was

    74. Mrs Thomas isn’t going  . . . 
      to join
      the Conservative party.
      1. join
      2. to join
      3. joining
      4. joined

    75.  . . . 
      Are
      you going to be at the club this evening?
      1. Was
      2. Did
      3. Have
      4. Are

    76.  . . . 
      Have
      you ever visited an African country?
      1. Was
      2. Did
      3. Have
      4. Are

    77. Don’t buy that book. It’s not very good. You  . . . 
      won’t
      enjoy it.
      1. will
      2. can
      3. won’t
      4. must

    78. New York is  . . . 
      the
      biggest city in North America.
      1. a
      2. an
      3. the
      4. than

    79. My Mum says my sister’s room is  . . . 
      tidier
      than mine.
      1. tidy
      2. tidier
      3. tidiest
      4. tidily

    80. “Where do you  . . . 
      come
      from?”
      “St Petersburg in Russia.”
      1. come
      2. comes
      3. be
      4. go

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