Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Placement Test (big ass)

480 cards
, 1920 answers
  • Test 1A
    • Franco comes  . . . 
      from
      Costa Rica.
      1. in
      2. at
      3. for
      4. from

    • Yolanda comes to school  . . . 
      by
      train.
      1. by
      2. with
      3. on
      4. in

    • She’s bought some sandwiches  . . . 
      for
      her lunch.
      1. to
      2. in
      3. from
      4. for

    • “How  . . . 
      often
      do you watch a film in English?”
      “Every month.”
      1. much
      2. every
      3. many
      4. often

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

    • Her mobile phone is  . . . 
      more expensive
      than mine.
      1. a lot expensive
      2. more expensive
      3. much expensive
      4. many expensive

    • Do you eat  . . . 
      a lot of
      fruit?
      1. many
      2. lots
      3. a lot of
      4. a few

    • (telephone) Hello.  . . . 
      Can
      I speak to Carol Turnbull, please?
      1. Have
      2. Must
      3. Can
      4. Am

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

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

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

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

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

    •  . . . 
      Are
      those your new trousers?
      1. Is
      2. Are
      3. Am
      4. Be

    • “Where do you  . . . 
      come
      from?”
      “Barcelona in Spain.”
      1. go
      2. come
      3. comes
      4. be

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

    • Did you come here  . . . 
      by
      car?
      1. on your
      2. with your
      3. by your
      4. by

    • We are  . . . 
      in
      the classroom.
      1. on
      2. in
      3. with
      4. at

    •  . . . 
      Whose
      Language Powerbook is this? Is it yours?
      1. Whose
      2. Who
      3. How’s
      4. Who’s

    • David borrowed some money  . . . 
      to buy
      a car.
      1. buying
      2. going to buy
      3. buy
      4. to buy

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

    • I can’t  . . . 
      see
      without my glasses.
      1. look
      2. see
      3. hear
      4. watch

    • What’s the time? – It’s half  . . . 
      past
      six.
      1. to
      2. before
      3. after
      4. past

    • “How  . . . 
      many
      CDs do you buy each year?”
      “About 25, I think.”
      1. any
      2. much
      3. some
      4. many

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

    • The Pyramid of the Sun is  . . . 
      in
      Mexico.
      1. at
      2. in
      3. from
      4. on

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

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

    •  . . . 
      Do
      you walk to school or take a bus?
      1. Are
      2. Does
      3. Is
      4. Do

    •  . . . 
      Did you learn
      about calculus in your Maths class?
      1. Had you learn
      2. Was you learn
      3. Did you learn
      4. Did you learnt

    • Are there  . . . 
      any
      big sports stadiums near your home?
      1. any
      2. the
      3. a
      4. some

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

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

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

    • Sao Paolo is  . . . 
      the
      biggest city in South America.
      1. an
      2. than
      3. a
      4. the

    • Franco  . . . 
      doesn’t
      like eating English breakfast.
      1. aren’t
      2. don’t
      3. doesn’t
      4. isn’t

    • What time do you  . . . 
      usually
      wake up on school days?
      1. use
      2. used
      3. usually
      4. usual

    • I  . . . 
      bought
      this coat at a shop in London last summer.
      1. bought
      2. bring
      3. brought
      4. buy

    • I  . . . 
      sometimes
      visit my grandma on Sunday afternoons.
      1. some
      2. some time
      3. sometimes
      4. sometime

    • Simon has lost  . . . 
      his
      mobile phone.
      1. he
      2. its
      3. his
      4. their

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

    • Mrs Thomas isn’t going  . . . 
      to join
      the health club.
      1. joined
      2. join
      3. to join
      4. joining

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

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

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

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

    • You can have either orange juice  . . . 
      or
      tomato juice.
      1. neither
      2. nor
      3. or
      4. both

    • Franco  . . . 
      was
      7 years old in 1999.
      1. am
      2. are
      3. were
      4. was

    • “Do you come from Mexico?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      don’t
      . I come from Costa Rica.”
      1. ’m not
      2. didn’t
      3. doesn’t
      4. don’t

    • What is Stella  . . . 
      wearing
      today?
      1. wear
      2. wore
      3. wearing
      4. to wear

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

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

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

    • How old  . . . 
      were
      you in 2002?
      1. had
      2. have
      3. were
      4. are

    •  . . . 
      Are
      you going to be at home this evening?
      1. Have
      2. Are
      3. Was
      4. Did

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

    • We can go to school and use the library on Saturday afternoons if you like. But we  . . . 
      don’t have to
      .
      1. don’t used to
      2. can’t
      3. don’t have to
      4. mustn’t

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

    • He goes skiing  . . . 
      every
      winter.
      1. very
      2. ever
      3. always
      4. every

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

    • Mr Green is  . . . 
      our
      English teacher.
      1. we
      2. our
      3. us
      4. you

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

    •  . . . 
      Did
      you bring your dictionary yesterday?
      1. Are
      2. Has
      3. Was
      4. Did

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

    • Are you good  . . . 
      at
      swimming?
      1. at
      2. in
      3. for
      4. on

    •  . . . 
      I’ve
      never seen a tornado.
      1. I haven’t
      2. I was
      3. I’m
      4. I’ve

    • Leo  . . . 
      has just phoned
      his girlfriend. She’s taking her driving test.
      1. have just phone
      2. is just phone
      3. has just phoned
      4. did just phoned

    • This book is  . . . 
      more difficult
      than that one.
      1. difficult
      2. much difficult
      3. more difficult
      4. difficulty

    • I  . . . 
      took off
      my shoes because they were dirty.
      1. took
      2. took out
      3. took from
      4. took off

    • Franco  . . . 
      went
      to the cinema after the lesson.
      1. gone
      2. did go
      3. wanted
      4. went

    • Did you see the news on TV  . . . 
      at
      ten o’clock?
      1. at
      2. in
      3. from
      4. on

    • Is Moscow usually warm  . . . 
      in
      summer?
      1. at
      2. on
      3. to
      4. in

    • We  . . . 
      studied
      the history of Napoleon last year.
      1. study
      2. studies
      3. studying
      4. studied

    •  . . . 
      Have
      you ever visited an English speaking country?
      1. Was
      2. Have
      3. Are
      4. Did

    • “Where did you see Titanic?”
      “I  . . . 
      saw
      it at Cineworld.”
      1. look
      2. saw
      3. seen
      4. see

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

    • John is visiting his girlfriend. He always  . . . 
      visits
      her on Friday evenings.
      1. visited
      2. visiting
      3. visits
      4. to visit

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

    • Where  . . . 
      were
      Carla and Yuri on Saturday afternoon?
      1. were
      2. we’re
      3. was
      4. is

    • How  . . . 
      much
      sugar do you put in your coffee?
      1. much
      2. any
      3. some
      4. many

  • Test 2A
    • If you  . . . 
      heat
      ice, it melts.
      1. heat
      2. heated
      3. heats
      4. will heat

    • Next year, I . . . 
      ’ll be
      seventeen.
      1. be
      2. ’ll be
      3. ’m being
      4. can be

    • Excuse  . . . 
      me
      , can I order a cheeseburger, please?
      1. you
      2. me
      3. I
      4. it

    • I thought the book was very  . . . 
      exciting
      .
      1. excite
      2. excitement
      3. excited
      4. exciting

    • In the future, everyone  . . . 
      will have
      a computer in their car.
      1. has
      2. having
      3. will have
      4. is having

    •  . . . 
      Stop
      talking, please!
      1. Stopped
      2. Stopping
      3. To stop
      4. Stop

    • Nicky  . . . 
      was watching
      a film when the fire started.
      1. will watch
      2. is watching
      3. watches
      4. was watching

    • I need  . . . 
      some
      milk for my coffee.
      1. a
      2. some
      3. an
      4. any

    • This is the  . . . 
      worst
      film I’ve ever seen.
      1. worst
      2. worse
      3. bad
      4. most bad

    • I  . . . 
      don’t believe
      in ghosts.
      1. am not believe
      2. don’t believing
      3. aren’t believe
      4. don’t believe

    • The hotel  . . . 
      was destroyed
      by a large fire.
      1. destroys
      2. was destroyed
      3. is destroyed
      4. destroy

    • When  . . . 
      did you leave
      the party?
      1. did you leave
      2. do you left
      3. did you left
      4. have you left

    • “Did you see Susan yesterday?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      didn’t
      .”
      1. don’t
      2. haven’t
      3. didn’t
      4. hadn’t

    • Are these  . . . 
      your
      books?
      1. yourself
      2. your
      3. yours
      4. you

    • It’s late. Let’s go  . . . 
      back
      home.
      1. through
      2. down
      3. along
      4. back

    • Where can I get  . . . 
      some
      information about the sports centre?
      1. some
      2. any
      3. an
      4. a

    • The dog is hungry. She  . . . 
      needs
      something to eat.
      1. must
      2. has to
      3. can
      4. needs

    • The dentist told me  . . . 
      to clean
      my teeth after every meal.
      1. cleaned
      2. cleaning
      3. to clean
      4. clean

    • He needs  . . . 
      a
      new printer. He should buy one soon.
      1. an
      2. some
      3. the
      4. a

    • Can you see  . . . 
      those
      people over there? They’re dancing.
      1. those
      2. them
      3. these
      4. that

    • The manager will see you  . . . 
      on
      Tuesday morning.
      1. during
      2. in
      3. on
      4. at

    • Simon looked at me and  . . . 
      laughed
      .
      1. laughs
      2. laugh
      3. laughed
      4. to laugh

    • Nathan is very selfish. He never thinks about  . . . 
      other
      people.
      1. other
      2. any
      3. every
      4. some

    • I’m sorry. Peter isn’t here. He  . . . 
      has gone
      out.
      1. is going
      2. will go
      3. has gone
      4. goes

    • Terry drives too fast,  . . . 
      doesn’t
      he?
      1. doesn’t
      2. won’t
      3. don’t
      4. isn’t

    • He’s the best football player in the school.  . . . 
      No one
      is as good as him.
      1. No one
      2. Everyone
      3. Anyone
      4. Nothing

    • Mercedes  . . . 
      have built
      a new car. It’s called the Smart car.
      1. build
      2. had built
      3. building
      4. have built

    • What are you doing  . . . 
      on
      Sunday afternoon?
      1. in
      2. on
      3. to
      4. at

    • We  . . . 
      play
      tennis at five o’clock every Thursday.
      1. playing
      2. plays
      3. are playing
      4. play

    •  . . . 
      There aren’t
      any students from Hungary in my class.
      1. It hasn’t
      2. It isn’t
      3. There isn’t
      4. There aren’t

    •  . . . 
      There are
      a lot of people on this train.
      1. There are
      2. It is
      3. There is
      4. They are

    •  . . . 
      Shall I
      help you to carry your suitcase?
      1. Shall I
      2. Shall they
      3. Shall he
      4. Shall you

    • I think your letter is  . . . 
      somewhere
      on my desk.
      1. somewhere
      2. everywhere
      3. nowhere
      4. anywhere

    •  . . . 
      What
      happened to your car? It’s scratched!
      1. Who
      2. What
      3. Which
      4. Why

    • Have you ever  . . . 
      been
      to Bangkok?
      1. gone
      2. been
      3. go
      4. went

    • Soon cars  . . . 
      won’t
      use petrol. They’ll all be electric.
      1. won’t
      2. don’t
      3. can’t haven’t
      4. aren’t

    •  . . . 
      Have you got
      these shoes in size 37, please?
      1. Are you got
      2. You got
      3. Do you got
      4. Have you got

    •  . . . 
      Do you come
      from Italy?
      1. Do you come
      2. Am you come
      3. Does you come
      4. Are you come

    • Usually Sue cycles to college but today she  . . . 
      is walking
      .
      1. walk
      2. walking
      3. is walking
      4. walks

    • Only  . . . 
      a few
      students in my class wear glasses.
      1. a little
      2. any
      3. a few
      4. a lot

    • My brother can cook very  . . . 
      well
      , can’t he?
      1. better
      2. best
      3. well
      4. good

    • Dolphins are more intelligent  . . . 
      than
      chimpanzees.
      1. than
      2. as
      3. to
      4. from

    • Is that  . . . 
      their
      car over there?
      1. them
      2. there
      3. their
      4. they

    • Who  . . . 
      stole
      your car?
      1. stolen
      2. stole
      3. to steal
      4. steals

    • “Have you ever seen an eclipse?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      haven’t
      .”
      1. hadn’t
      2. haven’t
      3. didn’t
      4. don’t

    • What’s  . . . 
      the name of your hotel
      ?
      1. your hotel’s name
      2. your hotel name
      3. name your hotel
      4. the name of your hotel

    • Do you  . . . 
      have to
      clean your bedroom at home?
      1. ought to
      2. must
      3. need
      4. have to

    •  . . . 
      There is
      a lot of rain in Colombia.
      1. It’s
      2. There are
      3. Is
      4. There is

    • My friend is coming to stay with me  . . . 
      for
      two weeks in the summer.
      1. during
      2. until
      3. since
      4. for

    • Diana hasn’t got  . . . 
      any
      money.
      1. no
      2. any
      3. some
      4. many

    • Where  . . . 
      does
      Paul work now?
      1. does
      2. is
      3. do
      4. have

    • If you  . . . 
      help
      me with my homework, I’ll buy you a burger.
      1. help
      2. helped
      3. will help
      4. helping

    • There’s a cinema in the town centre  . . . 
      isn’t
      there?
      1. doesn’t
      2. hasn’t
      3. wasn’t
      4. isn’t

    • 18 Dad can’t come to the phone because he  . . . 
      is cooking
      the dinner.
      1. cooked
      2. will cook
      3. cooks
      4. is cooking

    • Does Marcus earn  . . . 
      a lot of
      money?
      1. a lot of
      2. lots
      3. many
      4. the

    • What is the  . . . 
      biggest
      mammal in the world?
      1. most big
      2. biggest
      3. big
      4. bigger

    • Look! The cat  . . . 
      is sleeping
      on your bed.
      1. is sleeping
      2. sleeping
      3. sleeps
      4. sleep

    • Cats  . . . 
      like
      to eat fish.
      1. are liking
      2. likes
      3. like
      4. is liking

    • Is this the boy  . . . 
      whose
      bike you found?
      1. who
      2. which
      3. that
      4. whose

    • When  . . . 
      did you
      finish?
      1. you
      2. did you
      3. have you
      4. are you

    • There is  . . . 
      no one
      at home. I’ve been ringing all day.
      1. everyone
      2. anyone
      3. someone
      4. no one

    • Ouch! I . . . 
      ’ve just cut
      my finger!
      1. ’ve just cut
      2. ’ll just cut
      3. had just cut
      4. ’m just cutting

    • What  . . . 
      do you want
      to do?
      1. does you want
      2. are you want
      3. do you want
      4. is you want

    • Alan  . . . 
      takes
      his dog for three walks a day.
      1. take
      2. taking
      3. is taking
      4. takes

    • Everyone  . . . 
      ought
      to learn a musical instrument.
      1. can
      2. should
      3. must
      4. ought

    • The train has probably left  . . . 
      already
      .
      1. just
      2. yet
      3. still
      4. already

    • I tried  . . . 
      on
      the trainers but they didn’t fit me.
      1. for
      2. on
      3. in
      4. into

    • I haven’t seen John  . . . 
      since
      2001.
      1. since
      2. until
      3. for
      4. before

    • If the weather is good, I  . . . 
      take
      the children to the park.
      1. take
      2. took
      3. have taken
      4. taken

    • Could you pass me my diary? It’s  . . . 
      on
      the desk.
      1. from
      2. at
      3. on
      4. to

    • Everybody says that Rio de Janeiro is very  . . . 
      beautiful
      .
      1. beauty
      2. beautifully
      3. beautiful
      4. more beautiful

    • Paulo is Brazilian,  . . . 
      isn’t he
      ?
      1. isn’t he
      2. is he
      3. does he
      4. doesn’t he

    • Look! The cat is in the tree. We should  . . . 
      help
      it.
      1. helping
      2. will help
      3. help
      4. to help

    • Write soon and give me all your  . . . 
      news
      .
      1. news
      2. information
      3. stories
      4. facts

    • The sign says no parking. You  . . . 
      mustn’t
      park here.
      1. must
      2. don’t need to
      3. mustn’t
      4. should

    • I  . . . 
      think
      your jacket is in the sitting room.
      1. think
      2. thought
      3. am thinking
      4. will think

    • The Mona Lisa  . . . 
      was painted
      by Leonardo da Vinci.
      1. painted
      2. is painted
      3. was painted
      4. paint

    • It’s Sunday so I  . . . 
      don’t have to
      get up early.
      1. hadn’t to
      2. don’t have to
      3. haven’t to
      4. didn’t had

    • Last year I  . . . 
      went
      to Costa Rica.
      1. have gone
      2. go
      3. am going
      4. went

    • Helena  . . . 
      went
      to Paris last year.
      1. goes
      2. has gone
      3. did go
      4. went

  • Test 3A
    • The grass in front of his house  . . . 
      hasn’t been cut
      for two months!
      1. not cut
      2. didn’t cut
      3. hasn’t cut
      4. hasn’t been cut

    • All the children  . . . 
      were given
      presents by Father Christmas.
      1. were given
      2. gave
      3. give
      4. were giving

    • Iguacu is the largest waterfall in  . . . 
      South America
      .
      1. a South America
      2. the South America
      3. South America
      4. any South America

    • He is  . . . 
      an officer
      in the army.
      1. the officer
      2. a officer
      3. officer
      4. an officer

    • When I got home I saw that my brother  . . . 
      had eaten
      all the chocolates! The box was empty!
      1. ate
      2. eats
      3. has eaten
      4. had eaten

    • Who  . . . 
      do
      you talk to when you have a problem?
      1. did
      2. does
      3. do
      4. will do

    • I feel so sleepy! I  . . . 
      shouldn’t have eaten
      such a big lunch!
      1. wouldn’t have eaten
      2. mustn’t have eaten
      3. shouldn’t have eaten
      4. couldn’t have eaten

    • Paul McCartney comes from Liverpool,  . . . 
      doesn’t
      he?
      1. doesn’t
      2. didn’t
      3. hasn’t
      4. isn’t

    • Don’t forget to take an umbrella. It  . . . 
      may
      rain!
      1. ought
      2. must
      3. can
      4. may

    • That  . . . 
      can’t be
      Brad Pitt — not in this small town!
      1. mightn’t be
      2. shouldn’t be
      3. can’t be
      4. mustn’t be

    • This is the painting  . . . 
      which
      was stolen in 2004.
      1. who
      2. where
      3. what
      4. which

    • They love  . . . 
      each other
      very much and they are going to get married.
      1. others
      2. ourselves
      3. each other
      4. themselves

    • Would you go into space if you  . . . 
      had
      the chance?
      1. had
      2. will have
      3. have
      4. has

    • She’s very young to be Prime Minister. She’s only in her  . . . 
      late
      thirties.
      1. lately
      2. late
      3. latest
      4. later

    • Who  . . . 
      does
      the washing-up in your house?
      1. does
      2. has
      3. makes
      4. gets

    • In fifty years from now, the earth  . . . 
      will be
      much warmer.
      1. be
      2. will be
      3. is being
      4. is

    • I wish I  . . . 
      could
      understand Spanish!
      1. able
      2. can’t
      3. can
      4. could

    • Don’t start making the pasta until I  . . . 
      phone
      you.
      1. phoned
      2. phone
      3. will phone
      4. ’m phoning

    •  . . . 
      The United Kingdom
      consists of four countries; Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England.
      1. United Kingdom
      2. a United Kingdom
      3. The United Kingdom
      4. An United Kingdom

    • Don’t stop  . . . 
      until
      you have finished the test!
      1. since
      2. until
      3. first
      4. to

    • We . . . 
      ’re going
      to Italy for our holidays next June. I’ve already booked a hotel in Florence.
      1. ’re going
      2. go
      3. went
      4. ’ll go

    • If you throw a stone into the water, it  . . . 
      sinks
      .
      1. sinks
      2. is sinking
      3. sank
      4. sunk

    • The doctor asked me what I  . . . 
      had been doing
      when I broke my leg.
      1. had been doing
      2. have been doing
      3. ‘m going to do
      4. doing

    • He  . . . 
      lived
      in this house until he died in 1998.
      1. living
      2. lived
      3. lives
      4. has lived

    •  . . . 
      Do you know
      anything about astronomy?
      1. Have you know
      2. Are you know
      3. Do you know
      4. Do you knowing

    • If I hadn’t got married when I was eighteen, I . . . 
      ’d have gone
      to university to study agriculture.
      1. ’d go
      2. ‘ll go
      3. ’d have gone
      4. was going

    • I  . . . 
      understand
      Portuguese because I lived in Brazil for ten years.
      1. understand
      2. to understand
      3. ‘ll understand
      4. ’m understanding

    • She  . . . 
      would have been
      a great ballet dancer if she hadn’t grown so tall.
      1. would have been
      2. will have been
      3. had to be
      4. will be

    • Mrs Fielding said she  . . . 
      ought
      . help me with singing.
      1. need
      2. would
      3. ought
      4. is able

    • I’d like to introduce  . . . 
      myself
      . My name is Dahlia Ross.
      1. yourself
      2. ourselves
      3. me
      4. myself

    • It was a warm day when they returned, so they  . . . 
      didn’t have to
      switch on the heating.
      1. weren’t able to
      2. didn’t have to
      3. can’t
      4. had to

    • If I lost my handbag, I  . . . 
      ’d phone
      the police.
      1. phone
      2. ’d phone
      3. ’m phone
      4. ’ll phone

    • I  . . . 
      haven’t seen
      her since she went to Germany.
      1. won’t see
      2. haven’t seen
      3. wasn’t seen
      4. didn’t see

    • I couldn’t take any pictures because I . . . 
      ’d left
      my camera at home.
      1. ’ve left
      2. to leave
      3. ’d left
      4. ’m leaving

    • How long  . . . 
      have you been living
      in Austria? – Almost two years, now.
      1. have you been living
      2. are you living
      3. did you live
      4. will you be living

    • They arrived after the party  . . . 
      had finished
      .
      1. finished
      2. finish
      3. was finished
      4. had finished

    • She  . . . 
      couldn’t
      ride a bicycle until she was twelve years old.
      1. couldn’t
      2. hadn’t
      3. isn’t
      4. can’t

    • The teacher told me  . . . 
      to relax
      .
      1. relax
      2. relaxed
      3. relaxing
      4. to relax

    • She went to the salon  . . . 
      to get her hair cut
      .
      1. to do her hair cut
      2. to get her hair cut
      3. to be her hair cut
      4. to make her hair cut

    • She wouldn’t have become a millionaire business woman if she  . . . 
      hadn’t worked
      hard at school
      1. worked
      2. didn’t work
      3. had worked
      4. hadn’t worked

    • William Shakespeare  . . . 
      used to live
      in this house when he was a child.
      1. had lived
      2. used to live
      3. lives
      4. would live

    • Sorry, we have  . . . 
      no
      green apples.
      1. any
      2. no
      3. none
      4. nothing

    • In the evenings, we used to sit around the piano and our mother  . . . 
      would play
      our favourite songs.
      1. would play
      2. played
      3. plays
      4. will play

    • She hurt  . . . 
      herself
      when she was gardening.
      1. itself
      2. himself
      3. herself
      4. myself

    • How  . . . 
      long
      have you had this boat?
      1. far
      2. time
      3. long
      4. much

    • I haven’t eaten any meat  . . . 
      since
      I became a vegetarian.
      1. after
      2. before
      3. since
      4. until

    •  . . . 
      Both
      my brothers live in the U.S.A.
      1. None
      2. Any
      3. Neither
      4. Both

    • She told me that she  . . . 
      had crashed
      her car when she was driving to work.
      1. had to crash
      2. had been crashing
      3. was crashing
      4. had crashed

    • At the job interview, they asked me where I  . . . 
      had been working
      for the last two years.
      1. ’m working
      2. had been working
      3. work
      4. ’ll work

    • I  . . . 
      am frightened
      of ghosts.
      1. am frightening
      2. frighten
      3. frightened
      4. am frightened

    • What time did you  . . . 
      have to
      go to bed when you were ten years old?
      1. have to
      2. ought to
      3. must
      4. should

    • We  . . . 
      were taught
      French by Mr Dubois, the French teacher.
      1. were taught
      2. taught
      3. learnt
      4. teach

    • I  . . . 
      won’t come
      to your flat if you don’t want me to come.
      1. ’m coming
      2. ’ll come
      3. don’t come
      4. won’t come

    • I’ll come and see you after I  . . . 
      have finished
      my essay.
      1. have finished
      2. finished
      3. will finish
      4. did finishes

    • What  . . . 
      will
      you do if there is a blackout?
      1. are
      2. shall
      3. will
      4. have

    • The race  . . . 
      was won
      by Paul Lucas in 92.8 seconds.
      1. has won
      2. is won
      3. had won
      4. was won

    • There aren’t  . . . 
      many
      students in the class today.
      1. many
      2. none
      3. some
      4. much

    • When it rains we  . . . 
      go
      inside.
      1. go
      2. are going
      3. goes
      4. went

    • I’d make you some coffee but I forgot  . . . 
      to buy
      some coffee beans.
      1. to buy
      2. buy
      3. buying
      4. bought

    •  . . . 
      Although
      , . . . 
      she is only 13, she is an expert violinist and has played with orchestras on TV!
      1. Although
      2. Despite
      3. Because
      4. Even

    • I  . . . 
      will be
      50 years old in 2030.
      1. am being
      2. will be
      3. am
      4. is

    • She can’t run in the race because she  . . . 
      has broken
      her leg.
      1. has broken
      2. is breaking
      3. breaks
      4. broke

    • The thief  . . . 
      was being watched
      by a security camera.
      1. was been watched
      2. was watching
      3. was being watched
      4. was be watched

    • Have you  . . . 
      completely
      finished your assignment?
      1. completely
      2. completed
      3. complete
      4. full

    • Sorry, I  . . . 
      won’t be
      here on Thursday. I have to go to the dentist.
      1. ’m
      2. ’ll be
      3. is
      4. won’t be

    • Is your hair  . . . 
      curly
      or straight?
      1. curled
      2. curly
      3. curls
      4. curling

    • The teacher told me  . . . 
      not to
      worry about my exam results.
      1. not
      2. don’t
      3. don’t to
      4. not to

    • John  . . . 
      was wearing
      a brown jacket when I saw him.
      1. wore
      2. wears
      3. has worn
      4. was wearing

    • Look at that girl in her Ferrari. She  . . . 
      must
      be very rich!
      1. can
      2. must
      3. may
      4. should

    • Napoleon Bonaparte  . . . 
      was born
      in Corsica.
      1. is born
      2. born
      3. was born
      4. to be born

    • Excuse me? Can I buy  . . . 
      a few
      green apples please?
      1. a bit
      2. a little
      3. a few
      4. less

    • If I didn’t like cooking, I  . . . 
      wouldn’t
      be a chef.
      1. didn’t
      2. haven’t
      3. won’t
      4. wouldn’t

    • I  . . . 
      ’ve been reading
      David Copperfield for two weeks but I haven’t finished it yet.
      1. read
      2. ’ve read
      3. ’m reading
      4. ’ve been reading

    • They wanted to know how tall I  . . . 
      was
      so they measured me.
      1. have been
      2. was
      3. have
      4. had

    • You look very tired.  . . . 
      Have
      you been working too hard?
      1. Was
      2. Are
      3. Have
      4. Did

    • George hates everything. He must be very  . . . 
      miserable
      .
      1. cheerful
      2. positive
      3. comfortable
      4. miserable

    • The film was awful and we were very  . . . 
      bored
      .
      1. bored
      2. boring
      3. bore
      4. boredom

    • If she  . . . 
      doesn’t
      recharge her battery, she won’t be able to use her phone.
      1. hasn’t
      2. isn’t
      3. wasn’t
      4. doesn’t

    • How are you? I haven’t seen you  . . . 
      for
      a long time?
      1. for
      2. after
      3. since
      4. before

    • Are you three boys  . . . 
      comfortable
      in the back of the car?
      1. comforted
      2. comfortable
      3. comfort
      4. comforting

  • Test 1B
    • She  . . . 
      watches
      television every evening.
      1. sees
      2. to watch
      3. watches
      4. watch

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    • Rosa comes  . . . 
      from
      Uruguay.
      1. for
      2. at
      3. in
      4. from

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

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

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

  • Test 2B
    • Dolphins are more intelligent  . . . 
      than
      chimpanzees.
      1. as
      2. from
      3. than
      4. to

    • I thought the book was very  . . . 
      exciting
      .
      1. excite
      2. excitement
      3. exciting
      4. excited

    • What  . . . 
      do you want
      to do?
      1. does you want
      2. are you want
      3. is you want
      4. do you want

    • He needs  . . . 
      a
      new printer. He should buy one soon.
      1. some
      2. an
      3. a
      4. the

    • He’s the best football player in the team.  . . . 
      No one
      is as good as him.
      1. Nothing
      2. Anyone
      3. Everyone
      4. No one

    • Is this the boy  . . . 
      whose
      bike you found?
      1. which
      2. who
      3. that
      4. whose

    • “Have you ever seen an eclipse?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      haven’t
      .”
      1. haven’t
      2. didn’t
      3. hadn’t
      4. don’t

    • Paulo is Brazilian,  . . . 
      isn’t he
      ?
      1. is he
      2. isn’t he
      3. does he
      4. doesn’t he

    • This is the  . . . 
      worst
      film I’ve ever seen.
      1. bad
      2. most bad
      3. worse
      4. worst

    • Look! The cat is in the tree. We should  . . . 
      help
      it.
      1. will help
      2. helping
      3. to help
      4. help

    • There’s a cinema in the town centre,  . . . 
      isn’t
      there?
      1. doesn’t
      2. isn’t
      3. wasn’t
      4. hasn’t

    • My brother can cook very  . . . 
      well
      , can’t he?
      1. better
      2. good
      3. well
      4. best

    • Could you pass me my diary? It’s  . . . 
      on
      the desk.
      1. on
      2. at
      3. to
      4. from

    • Soon cars  . . . 
      won’t
      use petrol. They’ll all be electric.
      1. won’t
      2. don’t
      3. haven’t
      4. aren’t

    • The dog is hungry. She  . . . 
      needs
      something to eat.
      1. can
      2. needs
      3. has to
      4. must

    • If you  . . . 
      heat
      ice, it melts.
      1. heated
      2. will heat
      3. heat
      4. heats

    • It’s Sunday so I  . . . 
      don’t have to
      get up early.
      1. hadn’t to
      2. didn’t have to
      3. don’t have to
      4. haven’t to

    • Have you ever  . . . 
      been
      to Bangkok?
      1. went
      2. been
      3. gone
      4. go

    • I think your letter is  . . . 
      somewhere
      on my desk.
      1. somewhere
      2. everywhere
      3. anywhere
      4. nowhere

    • The train has probably left  . . . 
      already
      .
      1. still
      2. just
      3. yet
      4. already

    • Terry drives too fast,  . . . 
      doesn’t
      he?
      1. isn’t
      2. won’t
      3. doesn’t
      4. don’t

    • I  . . . 
      don’t believe
      in ghosts.
      1. aren’t believe
      2. am not believe
      3. don’t believe
      4. don’t believing

    •  . . . 
      What
      happened to your car? It’s scratched!
      1. Who
      2. What
      3. Why
      4. Which

    • Excuse  . . . 
      me
      , can I order a cheeseburger, please?
      1. I
      2. you
      3. me
      4. it

    • Next year, I . . . 
      ’ll be
      seventeen.
      1. ’m being
      2. can be
      3. ’ll be
      4. be

    • Is that  . . . 
      their
      car over there?
      1. their
      2. they
      3. them
      4. there

    • We  . . . 
      play
      tennis at five o’clock every Thursday.
      1. are playing
      2. playing
      3. play
      4. plays

    • There is  . . . 
      no one
      at home. I’ve been ringing all day.
      1. no one
      2. everyone
      3. someone
      4. anyone

    • Are these  . . . 
      your
      books?
      1. your
      2. you
      3. yours
      4. yourself

    • What’s  . . . 
      the name of your hotel
      ?
      1. your hotel name
      2. name your hotel
      3. the name of your hotel
      4. your hotel’s name

    • Only  . . . 
      a few
      students in my class wear glasses.
      1. a few
      2. a little
      3. any
      4. a lot

    •  . . . 
      Shall I
      help you to carry your suitcase?
      1. Shall you
      2. Shall they
      3. Shall I
      4. Shall he

    •  . . . 
      Have you got
      these shoes in size 37, please?
      1. You got
      2. Do you got
      3. Are you got
      4. Have you got

    • Does Marcus earn  . . . 
      a lot of
      money?.
      1. many
      2. a lot of
      3. the
      4. lots

    • Where can I get  . . . 
      some
      information about the sports centre?
      1. any
      2. a
      3. an
      4. some

    • Simon looked at me and  . . . 
      laughed
      .
      1. laughed
      2. laughs
      3. to laugh
      4. laugh

    • I haven’t seen John  . . . 
      since
      2001.
      1. since
      2. until
      3. before
      4. for

    • If you  . . . 
      help
      me with my homework, I’ll buy you a burger.
      1. helping
      2. helped
      3. help
      4. will help

    • Write soon and give me all your  . . . 
      news
      .
      1. news
      2. information
      3. stories
      4. facts

    • Where  . . . 
      does
      Paul work now?
      1. is
      2. have
      3. do
      4. does

    • Diana hasn’t got  . . . 
      any
      money.
      1. any
      2. no
      3. many
      4. some

    • Ouch! I . . . 
      ’ve just cut
      my finger!
      1. ’m just cutting
      2. ’ve just cut
      3. had just cut
      4. ’ll just cut

    • Can you see  . . . 
      those
      people over there? They’re dancing.
      1. them
      2. these
      3. that
      4. those

    • Who  . . . 
      stole
      your car?
      1. stolen
      2. stole
      3. to steal
      4. steals

    •  . . . 
      Stop
      talking, please!
      1. Stopped
      2. Stop
      3. Stopping
      4. To stop

    • The Mona Lisa  . . . 
      was painted
      by Leonardo da Vinci.
      1. paint
      2. was painted
      3. painted
      4. is painted

    • My friend is coming to stay with me  . . . 
      for
      two months in the summer.
      1. for
      2. since
      3. during
      4. until

    • Nathan is very selfish. He never thinks about  . . . 
      other
      people.
      1. every
      2. any
      3. other
      4. some

    • Nicky  . . . 
      was watching
      a film when the fire started.
      1. was watching
      2. is watching
      3. watches
      4. will watch

    • Helena  . . . 
      went
      to Paris last year.
      1. went
      2. goes
      3. did go
      4. has gone

    • The dentist told me  . . . 
      to clean
      my teeth after every meal.
      1. cleaned
      2. to clean
      3. cleaning
      4. clean

    • I’m sorry. Peter isn’t here. He  . . . 
      has gone
      out.
      1. goes
      2. will go
      3. has gone
      4. is going

    • Do you  . . . 
      have to
      clean your bedroom at home?
      1. need
      2. ought to
      3. have to
      4. must

    • Cats  . . . 
      like
      eating fish.
      1. like
      2. is liking
      3. likes
      4. are liking

    • Mercedes  . . . 
      have built
      a new car. It’s called the Smart car.
      1. building
      2. had built
      3. have built
      4. build

    • When  . . . 
      did you
      finish?
      1. have you
      2. are you
      3. did you
      4. you

    • In the future, everyone  . . . 
      will have
      a computer in their car.
      1. is having
      2. having
      3. will have
      4. has

    • The manager will see you  . . . 
      on
      Tuesday morning.
      1. in
      2. at
      3. during
      4. on

    •  . . . 
      There is
      a lot of rain in Colombia.
      1. Is
      2. There is
      3. It’s
      4. There are

    • What are you doing  . . . 
      on
      Sunday afternoon?
      1. in
      2. to
      3. at
      4. on

    • I  . . . 
      think
      your jacket is in the sitting room.
      1. think
      2. thought
      3. will think
      4. am thinking

    •  . . . 
      Do you come
      from Italy?
      1. Am you come
      2. Does you come
      3. Are you come
      4. Do you come

    • Usually Sue cycles to college but today she  . . . 
      is walking
      .
      1. is walking
      2. walk
      3. walks
      4. walking

    • Everybody says that Rio de Janeiro is very  . . . 
      beautiful
      .
      1. beautifully
      2. beauty
      3. beautiful
      4. more beautiful

    • What is the  . . . 
      biggest
      mammal in the world?
      1. big
      2. most big
      3. bigger
      4. biggest

    • Dad can’t come to the phone because he  . . . 
      is cooking
      the dinner.
      1. is cooking
      2. will cook
      3. cooks
      4. cooked

    • I tried  . . . 
      on
      the trainers but they didn’t fit me.
      1. into
      2. for
      3. on
      4. in

    • Alan  . . . 
      takes
      his dog for three walks a day.
      1. take
      2. is taking
      3. taking
      4. takes

    • If the weather is good, I  . . . 
      take
      the children to the park.
      1. taken
      2. take
      3. have taken
      4. took

    • When  . . . 
      did you leave
      the party?
      1. have you left
      2. do you left
      3. did you leave
      4. did you left

    • “Did you see Susan yesterday?”
      “No, I  . . . 
      didn’t
      .”
      1. haven’t
      2. didn’t
      3. hadn’t
      4. don’t

    • Everyone  . . . 
      should
      to learn a musical instrument.
      1. must
      2. can
      3. ought
      4. should

    • I need  . . . 
      some
      milk for my coffee.
      1. a any
      2. an
      3. any
      4. some

    • The hotel  . . . 
      was destroyed
      by a large fire.
      1. destroys
      2. destroy
      3. is destroyed
      4. was destroyed

    • Last year I  . . . 
      went
      to Costa Rica.
      1. am going
      2. go
      3. went
      4. have gone

    •  . . . 
      There are
      a lot of people on this train.
      1. They are
      2. There is
      3. There are
      4. It is

    • Look! The cat  . . . 
      is sleeping
      on your bed.
      1. is sleeping
      2. sleeping
      3. sleeps
      4. sleep

    •  . . . 
      There aren’t
      any students from Hungary in my class.
      1. There aren’t
      2. It isn’t
      3. It hasn’t
      4. There isn’t

    • It’s late. Let’s go  . . . 
      back
      home.
      1. down
      2. along
      3. back
      4. through

    • The sign says no parking. You  . . . 
      mustn’t
      park here.
      1. don’t need to
      2. must
      3. mustn’t
      4. should

  • Test 3B
    • The race  . . . 
      was won
      by Ken Good in 42.9 seconds.
      1. is won
      2. has won
      3. was won
      4. had won

    • She  . . . 
      couldn’t
      write her name until she was twelve.
      1. can’t
      2. isn’t
      3. couldn’t
      4. hadn’t

    • This is the diamond  . . . 
      which
      was stolen in 2005.
      1. where
      2. what
      3. which
      4. who

    • When it snows we  . . . 
      go
      outside.
      1. goes
      2. are going
      3. go
      4. went

    • If I lost my wallet, I . . . 
      ’d phone
      the police.
      1. ’d phone
      2. phone
      3. ’ll phone
      4. ‘m phone

    • When I got back, I saw that my sister  . . . 
      had eaten
      all the chocolates! The box was empty!
      1. eats
      2. has eaten
      3. had eaten
      4. ate

    • Don’t start cooking the rice until I  . . . 
      phone
      you.
      1. ’m phoning
      2. will phone
      3. phoned
      4. phone

    • Excuse me? Can I buy  . . . 
      a few
      fresh eggs please?
      1. a little
      2. a bit
      3. a few
      4. less

    • Niagara is the largest waterfall in  . . . 
      North America
      .
      1. a North America
      2. the North America
      3. an North America
      4. North America

    • She can’t swim in the race because she  . . . 
      has broken
      her arm.
      1. is breaking
      2. has broken
      3. broke
      4. breaks

    • In fifty years from now, the earth  . . . 
      will be
      much warmer.
      1. is being
      2. be
      3. is
      4. will be

    • They wanted to know how heavy I  . . . 
      was
      so they weighed me.
      1. have been
      2. was
      3. had
      4. have

    • They love  . . . 
      each other
      very much and they are going to get married.
      1. himself
      2. themselves
      3. others
      4. each other

    • Jack  . . . 
      was wearing
      blue jeans when I saw him.
      1. wears
      2. has worn
      3. was wearing
      4. wore

    • I  . . . 
      am frightened
      of spiders.
      1. frighten
      2. frightened
      3. am frightening
      4. am frightened

    • How are you? I haven’t seen you  . . . 
      for
      a long time?
      1. before
      2. for
      3. since
      4. after

    • Josef Stalin  . . . 
      used to live
      in this house when he was a child.
      1. would live
      2. lives
      3. had lived
      4. used to live

    •  . . . 
      Both
      my parents live in Australia.
      1. Neither
      2. Any
      3. Both
      4. None

    • Simon hates everything. He must be very  . . . 
      miserable
      .
      1. comfortable
      2. cheerful
      3. miserable
      4. positive

    • If I didn’t like flying, I  . . . 
      wouldn’t
      be a pilot.
      1. didn’t
      2. haven’t
      3. won’t
      4. wouldn’t

    • How  . . . 
      long
      have you had this coat?
      1. much
      2. far
      3. time
      4. long

    • Would you go to the moon if you  . . . 
      had
      the chance?
      1. had
      2. will have
      3. have
      4. has

    •  . . . 
      Do you know
      anything about astronomy?
      1. Have you know
      2. Are you know
      3. Do you know
      4. Do you knowing

    • What  . . . 
      will
      you do if there is a thunder storm?
      1. will
      2. have
      3. shall
      4. are

    •  . . . 
      Although
      , she is only 13, she is an expert pianist and has played with orchestras on TV!
      1. Because
      2. Even
      3. Although
      4. Despite

    • Is your hair  . . . 
      curly
      or straight?
      1. curling
      2. curls
      3. curly
      4. curled

    • I . . . 
      ’ve been reading
      Oliver Twist for two weeks but I haven’t finished it yet.
      1. ’m reading
      2. read
      3. ’ve read
      4. ’ve been reading

    • She  . . . 
      would have been
      a great violinist if she hadn’t had the accident.
      1. had to be
      2. will be
      3. would have been
      4. will have been

    • Have you  . . . 
      completely
      finished your homework?
      1. completed
      2. complete
      3. full
      4. completely

    • She hurt  . . . 
      herself
      when she was sky diving.
      1. myself
      2. itself
      3. himself
      4. herself

    • Who  . . . 
      do
      you talk to, when you have a problem?
      1. did
      2. does
      3. do
      4. will do

    •  . . . 
      The United States
      consists of fifty independent states in a Federation.
      1. An United States
      2. The United States
      3. United States
      4. A United States

    • All the children  . . . 
      were given
      presents by their parents.
      1. give
      2. were giving
      3. gave
      4. were given

    • I’ll come and see you after I  . . . 
      have finished
      my supper.
      1. finished
      2. will finish
      3. finishes
      4. have finished

    • There aren’t  . . . 
      many
      cars in the car park today.
      1. none
      2. much
      3. some
      4. many

    • You look very tired.  . . . 
      Have
      you been working too hard?
      1. Are
      2. Did
      3. Have
      4. Was

    • They told me  . . . 
      to relax
      .
      1. relaxing
      2. relaxed
      3. to relax
      4. relax

    • At the job interview, they asked me where I  . . . 
      had been working
      for the last two years.
      1. ‘ll work
      2. ’m working
      3. work
      4. had been working

    • The doctor asked me what I  . . . 
      had been doing
      when I cut my leg.
      1. ‘m going to do
      2. have been doing
      3. doing
      4. had been doing

    • “How long  . . . 
      have you been living
      in Colombia?”
      “Almost two years, now.”
      1. have you been living
      2. will you be living
      3. are you living
      4. did you live

    • That  . . . 
      can’t be
      Tom Cruise — not in this small town!
      1. shouldn’t be
      2. mightn’t be
      3. mustn’t be
      4. can’t be

    • We  . . . 
      were taught
      French by Madame Fé, the French teacher.
      1. taught
      2. learnt
      3. were taught
      4. teach

    • My parents told me  . . . 
      not to
      worry about my school work.
      1. not to
      2. don’t
      3. not
      4. don’t to

    • I  . . . 
      will be
      years old in 2030.
      1. am
      2. will be
      3. is
      4. am being

    • Who  . . . 
      does
      the housework in your house?
      1. makes
      2. does
      3. has
      4. gets

    • We . . . 
      ’re going
      to Costa Rica for our holidays next June. I’ve already booked a hotel in San José.
      1. go
      2. ’re going
      3. went
      4. ’ll go

    • The thief  . . . 
      was being watched
      by a security guard.
      1. was watching
      2. was been watched
      3. was being watched
      4. was be watched

    • I wish I  . . . 
      could
      understand Arabic!
      1. can
      2. could
      3. would
      4. able

    • What time did you  . . . 
      have to
      go to sleep when you were twelve years old?
      1. should
      2. ought to
      3. have to
      4. must

    • Sorry, we have  . . . 
      no
      fresh eggs.
      1. any
      2. no
      3. nothing
      4. none

    • I’d like to introduce  . . . 
      myself
      . My name is Kate James.
      1. ourselves
      2. me
      3. myself
      4. yourself

    • Don’t forget to take an umbrella. It  . . . 
      may
      rain!
      1. ought
      2. can
      3. may
      4. must

    • If I hadn’t got married when I was eighteen, I . . . 
      ’d have gone
      to college to become a vet.
      1. ‘ll go
      2. ’d have gone
      3. ’d go
      4. was going

    • I haven’t eaten any meat  . . . 
      since
      I became a vegetarian.
      1. before
      2. after
      3. since
      4. until

    • I  . . . 
      understand
      Russian because I lived in Moscow for ten years.
      1. ’m understanding
      2. ‘ll understand
      3. to understand
      4. understand

    • He is  . . . 
      an
      officer in the Royal Air Force.
      1. an officer
      2. officer
      3. the officer
      4. a officer

    • If you throw a rock into the water, it  . . . 
      sinks
      .
      1. sank
      2. is sinking
      3. sinks
      4. sunk

    • She told me that she  . . . 
      had crashed
      her car when she was driving to the shops.
      1. had crashed
      2. was crashing
      3. had to crash
      4. had been crashed

    • I’d make you some tea but I forgot  . . . 
      to buy
      some tea bags
      1. buy
      2. to buy
      3. buying
      4. bought

    • He wouldn’t have become a successful lawyer if he  . . . 
      hadn’t worked
      hard at school and passed his exams.
      1. hadn’t worked
      2. worked
      3. had worked
      4. didn’t work

    • He  . . . 
      lived
      in this house until he died in 2004.
      1. lives
      2. has lived
      3. lived
      4. living

    • Sigmund Freud  . . . 
      was born
      in Austria.
      1. to be born
      2. was born
      3. born
      4. is born

    • Sorry, I  . . . 
      won’t be
      here on Monday. I have to go to the dentist.
      1. won’t be
      2. is
      3. ‘ll be
      4. ‘m

    • Look at that man in his Porsche. He  . . . 
      must
      be very rich!
      1. should
      2. must
      3. can
      4. may

    • Are you three girls  . . . 
      comfortable
      in the back of the car?
      1. comforted
      2. comfort
      3. comforting
      4. comfortable

    • I couldn’t take any pictures because I . . . 
      ’d left
      my camera in my car.
      1. ’ve left
      2. ’d left
      3. ‘m leaving
      4. to leave

    • In the evenings, we used to sit around the piano and our mother  . . . 
      would play
      our favourite songs.
      1. will play
      2. would play
      3. plays
      4. played

    • It was a cool day when they returned, so they  . . . 
      didn’t have to
      switch on the air conditioning.
      1. didn’t have to
      2. can’t
      3. weren’t able to
      4. had to

    • She went to the salon  . . . 
      to get her hair cut
      .
      1. to make her hair cut
      2. to be her hair cut
      3. to get her hair cut
      4. to do her hair cut

    • If she  . . . 
      doesn’t
      recharge her battery, she won’t be able to use her CD player.
      1. isn’t
      2. wasn’t
      3. doesn’t
      4. hasn’t

    • Mrs Francis said she  . . . 
      would
      help me with sewing.
      1. ought
      2. is able
      3. would
      4. need

    • I feel so sleepy! I  . . . 
      shouldn’t have eaten
      such a big lunch!
      1. couldn’t have eaten
      2. wouldn’t have eaten
      3. shouldn’t have eaten
      4. mustn’t have eaten

    • The grass in front of her office  . . . 
      hasn’t been cut
      for two months!
      1. hasn’t cut
      2. not cut
      3. didn’t cut
      4. hasn’t been cut

    • She’s very young to be a Senior Surgeon. She’s only in her  . . . 
      late
      thirties.
      1. later
      2. latest
      3. late
      4. lately

    • I  . . . 
      won’t come
      to your party, if you don’t want me to come.
      1. don’t come
      2. ’ll come
      3. won’t come
      4. ’m coming

    • I  . . . 
      haven’t seen
      them since they went to Norway.
      1. haven’t seen
      2. didn’t see
      3. won’t see
      4. wasn’t seen

    • Bono comes from Ireland,  . . . 
      doesn’t
      he?
      1. didn’t
      2. doesn’t
      3. hasn’t
      4. isn’t

    • Don’t stop  . . . 
      until
      you have finished the test!
      1. since
      2. from
      3. until
      4. to

    • The play was very long and we were very  . . . 
      bored
      .
      1. bored
      2. boredom
      3. boring
      4. bore

    • They arrived after the film  . . . 
      had finished
      .
      1. finish
      2. was finished
      3. finished
      4. had finished

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