Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Placement Test (Level 2-A)

30 cards
, 90 answers
    Assessment criteria:
    Assessment criteria:
    Time limit: 20 minutes

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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