Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Placement Test (Level 2-B)

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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