English Grammar Test 52 (Level 1-B)

20 cards
, 34 answers
00:00
Mar 23
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. Bad news (not, make) people happy.

      1. Mathematics (be) an exact science.

        1. This coat costs four  . . . 
          hundred
          dollars.
          1. hundred
          2. hundreds

        2. Will you have  . . . 
          some
          lemonade?
          1. some
          2. any

        3. I don’t drink  . . . 
          much
          coffee.
          1. many
          2. much

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

        5. Have you read  . . . 
          anything
          by Shakespeare?
          1. something
          2. anything

        6. Something is wrong with my umbrella. May I take  . . . 
          yours
          ?
          1. your
          2. yours

        7. Don’t cross the street, stop  . . . 
          at
          the traffic lights.
          1. at
          2. by
          3. in

        8. You must listen  . . . 
          to
          this song again. You’ll love it. I assure you.
          1. to
          2. in
          3. over

        9. Have you ever been  . . . 
          to
          England?
          1. in
          2. to
          3. at

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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