Sep 10, 2016

English Grammar Placement Test (Level 4-B)

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

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


    • The building is not safe so nobody is allowed  . . . 
      to enter
      it.
      1. enter
      2. entering
      3. to enter
      4. that they enter

    • My uncle,  . . . 
      who
      was born abroad, now lives quite near me.
      1. which
      2. that
      3. what
      4. who

    • They  . . . 
      met
      at university and  . . . 
      became
      close friends.
      1. found | got
      2. knew | stayed
      3. met | grew
      4. saw | became

    • If he  . . . 
      doesn’t
      improve soon, he won’t pass the driving test.
      1. isn’t
      2. doesn’t
      3. won’t
      4. wouldn’t

    • Would you like some more wine? There’s still  . . . 
      a little
      left.
      1. a little
      2. little
      3. a few
      4. few

    • It’s a very good film so I  . . . 
      enjoyed
      seeing it.
      1. amused
      2. pleased
      3. smiled
      4. enjoyed

    • Hello! I didn’t expect to see you.  . . . 
      I was told
      that you were on holiday.
      1. I was said
      2. It was said me
      3. I was told
      4. It was told me

    • She’s a lovely little girl. I think that she’s going to be  . . . 
      as pretty as
      her mother.
      1. so pretty than
      2. as pretty than
      3. so pretty as
      4. as pretty as

    • You’re getting fat. You  . . . 
      should
      take more exercise.
      1. would
      2. ought
      3. should
      4. had to

    • There was a lot of noise so I didn’t understand what he was  . . . 
      saying
      .
      1. telling
      2. saying
      3. talking
      4. speaking

    • I  . . . 
      would rather
      have fish than meat.
      1. prefer
      2. would like more
      3. had better
      4. would rather

    • The company have offered her a much better  . . . 
      job
      in London.
      1. job
      2. work
      3. employ
      4. reward

    • Hide this somewhere  . . . 
      in case
      the teacher sees it.
      1. if
      2. in case
      3. because
      4. for

    • If people  . . . 
      drove
      more carefully, there wouldn’t be so many accidents.
      1. drove
      2. drive
      3. would drive
      4. should drive

    • I gave her  . . . 
      a pair of
      stockings for her birthday.
      1. a
      2. two
      3. couple of
      4. a pair of

    • Good  . . . 
      luck
      ! I hope you pass the examination.
      1. chance
      2. wish
      3. luck
      4. fortune

    • John has asked if he can bring a friend of  . . . 
      his
      to the party.
      1. him
      2. her
      3. his
      4. hers

    • I’ll leave her a message  . . . 
      so
      she’ll know where to go.
      1. that
      2. so
      3. for
      4. as

    • Some gangsters  . . . 
      stole
      all their money.
      1. robbed them
      2. stole them
      3. robbed
      4. stole

    • I was answering the phone and didn’t realise you  . . . 
      were waiting
      outside.
      1. waited
      2. were waiting
      3. have waited
      4. had waited

    • I broke a  . . . 
      tea cup
      while I was washing up.
      1. cup tea
      2. tea cup
      3. cup for tea
      4. cup of tea

    • That’s the restaurant  . . . 
      where
      we had dinner last week.
      1. which
      2. that
      3. what
      4. where

    • She’s a good neighbour. She  . . . 
      looks after
      the house when we’re on holiday.
      1. cares
      2. takes care
      3. looks after
      4. looks for

    • The doctor has told him that he must give  . . . 
      up
      smoking.
      1. off
      2. out
      3. from
      4. up

    • They paid a large  . . . 
      amount
      of money for the house.
      1. lot
      2. amount
      3. piece
      4. number

    • We had a wonderful holiday. It was  . . . 
      such a
      pleasant hotel.
      1. so
      2. such
      3. so
      4. such a

    • My colleagues have always disliked  . . . 
      each other
      .
      1. each other
      2. each to other
      3. one to other
      4. one to another

    • I’m going to the library  . . . 
      to borrow
      a book.
      1. to borrow
      2. for borrow
      3. for lend
      4. to lend

    • How much does it cost to have  . . . 
      a dress made
      ?
      1. a dress done
      2. a dress made
      3. done a dress
      4. made a dress

    • I’ll meet you when you  . . . 
      arrive at
      the airport.
      1. arrive at
      2. will arrive at
      3. arrive to
      4. will arrive to

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