Apr 3, 2017

English Grammar Test 62 (Level 2)

50 cards
, 125 answers
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. A: Bill works here,
      B: Yes, he (work) here for five years already.

      • A: (you, see) this document?
        B: Oh, no. I (see) it by the end of the week.

        • A: Where (you, make, do) the report today?
          B: At the (student’s, students’) conference.

          • (all time, every time, still, yet) I see her, she (look) different.

            • Your boss will be angry (at, about, with, on) you if you (be) late for the office again.

              • You (may, might, can, must) not let him talk to you like that.

                • A: How are you?
                  B: I am (nice, fine, good, right). Thank you.

                  • He (speaks, tells, talks, says) he studies at Moscow University.

                    • My watch (stop) so I didn’t know the right (time, hour, o’clock, moment).

                      • She is clever (also, too, either, enough) to do this work (herself, hers, himself).

                        • Does Mike sometimes (come, go, arrive, visit) to your place?

                          • I don’t want (anything, something, nothing) to eat. (will, shall, should) you give me two (coffee, coffees), please?

                            • If I (see) John tomorrow, I will tell him (a, the, —) truth.

                              • A: When are you going to finish this test?
                                B: I (finish) it already.

                                • When I arrived at the party, Tom (go) home already, but some guests still (dance).

                                  • The children (swim) for half an hour when the storm began.

                                    • A: Could you ask when Ann (arrive)?
                                      B: O.K., but I know that she (not, arrive) yet.

                                      • A: There weren’t any other questions to him,
                                        B: Oh, he (ask) a lot of questions by his colleagues.

                                        • The doctor just (sent) for. Before he (come), I (not, take) any medicine.

                                          • Champs Elysées Avenue is the (beautiful) street in Paris. It is much (wide) than many (other, another, others) streets in the city.

                                            • She speaks English (good) than I do, but she (not, know) German at all.

                                              • Yesterday I (must) to get up at 6 o’clock. I (be to) at work at 7 a.m.

                                                • Tom asked me, ‘How did you spend your weekend?’
                                                  (in Reported Speech)

                                                  • I asked them, ‘Did you see the film Iron Man?’
                                                    (in Reported Speech)

                                                    • In our country children go to school on 1st of September. (a, the, —)

                                                      • Chocolate first (come) from Central America where (a, the, —) Aztecs (live).

                                                        • A: Do you like black coffee? (a, the, —)
                                                          B: No, I prefer to have tea.

                                                          • We (arrive) in England in the middle of July. We (tell) that England (shroud) in fog all year round. We (be) quite surprised to find that it merely (rain) from early morning till late evening every day. So we (had to, could, might) carry our umbrellas everywhere.

                                                            • A: (the documents, sign) by the president of the company?
                                                              B: Yes, they (lie) on the table. You (may, must, could) take them.

                                                              • All these business letters (answer) by 10 o’clock tomorrow morning. I (must, can, may) remember to post them.

                                                                • Everybody is busy as the welcoming party (prepare) in honour of the distinguished visitors. They (be to, have to, can) arrive in an hour.

                                                                  • A new metro line (construct) in our city now. One of its stations (build) in our street soon.

                                                                    • If Paul (not, be) at home, we (leave) a message for him.

                                                                      • When we (arrive), the concert (begin) already. We (had, may, will have to) take a taxi not to be late.

                                                                        • Tom is upset because he (not, pass) his exams.

                                                                          • A: Look! Somebody (try) to open the door of your car.
                                                                            B: Oh! I (not, see) anybody.

                                                                            • Can you help me, please? I (look) for my glasses. I (lose) them somewhere.

                                                                              • Many experiments (hold) in our laboratory this month. The results (publish) soon.

                                                                                • The students (examine) now. They (examine) since morning.

                                                                                  • The secretary said that the manager (come) already. He (work) in his study.

                                                                                    • I asked a policeman how I (can) get to London University. I (show) the way there.

                                                                                      • We (must, could, need) not hurry. We have enough time left.

                                                                                        • I (mustn’t, may not, not to be able to) translate this article tomorrow. So I (do) it now.

                                                                                          • Don’t worry. The situation isn’t so hopeless. It could be much (hopeless).

                                                                                          • Respond to the following.
                                                                                            1. A: How’s life?
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • The same to you.
                                                                                              • Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • Here you are.

                                                                                            2. A: Could you give me a pen, please.
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              Here you are.
                                                                                              • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • The same to you.
                                                                                              • Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • Here you are.

                                                                                            3. A: It was a pleasure to talk to you.
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • The same to you.
                                                                                              • Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • Here you are.

                                                                                            4. A: My mother is ill.
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • The same to you.
                                                                                              • Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • Here you are.

                                                                                            5. A: How are you getting on?
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • The same to you.
                                                                                              • Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • Here you are.

                                                                                            6. A: A happy weekend to you.
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              The same to you.
                                                                                              • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                                                              • The same to you.
                                                                                              • Fine. Thanks.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • The pleasure was mine.
                                                                                              • Here you are.

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