Mar 15, 2017

English Grammar Test 52 (Level 1-B)

20 cards
, 34 answers
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. Bad news (not, make) people happy.

      • Mathematics (be) an exact science.

        • This coat costs four  . . . 
          hundred
          dollars.
          • hundred
          • hundreds

        • Will you have  . . . 
          some
          lemonade?
          • some
          • any

        • I don’t drink  . . . 
          much
          coffee.
          • many
          • much

        • ‘You may take  . . . 
          any
          toy you like’, mother said to her boy.
          • any
          • some

        • Have you read  . . . 
          anything
          by Shakespeare?
          • something
          • anything

        • Something is wrong with my umbrella. May I take  . . . 
          yours
          ?
          • your
          • yours

        • Don’t cross the street, stop  . . . 
          at
          the traffic lights.
          • at
          • by
          • in

        • You must listen  . . . 
          to
          this song again. You’ll love it. I assure you.
          • to
          • in
          • over

        • Have you ever been  . . . 
          to
          England?
          • in
          • to
          • at

        • I’m sorry. I (not, agree) with you.

          • A: (you, listen) to the radio at the moment?
            B: No, I’m busy with mathematics.

            • When I saw them, they (play) football.

              • When the old lady returned to her flat she saw at once that thieves (break) in during her absence.

                • Did you phone Ruth? Oh no, I forgot. I (phone) her in an hour.

                  • I (study) English for the last six months, but I can’t speak it yet.

                    • A new stadium (build) in my native town when I was there last time.

                      • If my mother (give) me (the, a, —) necessary sum of money, I’ll buy this new dictionary.

                        • You (can, must, may) trust me, otherwise I (not, be able) to help you.

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