English Grammar Test 47 (Level 1-B)

20 cards
, 49 answers
00:00
Mar 15
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. A: Did you ask them when Ann (arrive)?
      B: They know  . . . 
      nothing
      , about it.
      1. nothing
      2. anything

    2. The teacher said that we would go  . . . 
      on
      an excursion soon.
      1. to
      2. on
      3. for

    3. In Britain, children start school the age five. (in, at, of, on)

      1. She lives on top floor of old house. When wind blows, all windows rattle. (a/an, the, —)

        1. family hotels are hotels which welcome parents and children. (a/an, the, —)

          1. I (be going) to take a short holiday when I (finish) this work.

            1. As soon as you (decide) when you (leave), phone us and we (reserve) a flight for you.

              1. If I (see) George tomorrow, I (tell) him to come and speak to you.

                1. A: I stay here till 6 o’clock?
                  B: No, you not. You go home now if you’ve finished your work. (need, must, may)

                  1. There were (few) people at this match than at the last one.

                    1. Don’t forget to put the light out when you (go) to bed.

                      1. He (walk) out of the door when the phone (ring).

                        1. I’m sorry, Tom can’t come to the phone, he (have) a bath.

                          1. My brother (fall) in love with an American and they (get) married last month.

                            1. This street (sweep) every day, but it (not, sweep) last week.

                              1. If you go to a dentist with a private practice, you  . . . 
                                will have to
                                pay him quite a lot of money.
                                1. had to
                                2. should
                                3. will have to

                              2. One of (famous) places of interest in London is St. Paul’s Cathedral.

                                1. We travelled all night and arrived Paris 7 o’clock the morning. (in, at, to)

                                  1. He has lived in London  . . . 
                                    most
                                    of his life.
                                    1. more
                                    2. most

                                  2. Like many women she loves  . . . 
                                    tea
                                    parties and  . . . 
                                    gossip
                                    .
                                    1. teathe gossip
                                    2. a teagossip
                                    3. the teaa gossip