Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Placement Test (Level 3-A)

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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