Apr 11, 2017

English Grammar Test 65 (Level 2)

50 cards
, 107 answers
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. Money (is, are) not everything in my life, but it’s difficult to live without (it, them).

      • Where (is, are) my glasses? Can you help me to find (it, them)?

        • I want neither your  . . . 
          advice
          nor help in this matter.
          • advices
          • advice
          • an advice

        • Her hair (is, are) long and thick, but she wants to have (it, them) cut.

          • Please, don’t make much noise. The students (write) a test.

            • In summer John usually (play) tennis once or twice a week.

              • I (work) in the library when it began raining.

                • Jane can’t find her key. Perhaps she (lose) it.

                  • Yesterday we (prepare) for the examination for 4 hours before you came.

                    • It’s a secret between us. I promise that I (not, tell) anybody about it.

                      • Last week I (go) to the cinema but the film I (see) was not interesting and I (not, enjoy) it.

                        • In the USA elections for the President (hold) every four years.

                          • He hoped that the documents (sign) soon.

                            • We (invite) to the party some days ago.

                              • Bill said that he (be) going to find a new job.

                                • My friend said that he (want) to go on holiday to the Lake District and he already (buy) a new rod for fishing.

                                  • My mother asked me how many guests I (invite) already for our celebration.

                                    • There was great applause  . . . 
                                      at
                                      the end of the concert.
                                      • at
                                      • in
                                      • on

                                    • Go straight ahead and turn left  . . . 
                                      at
                                      the traffic lights.
                                      • by
                                      • in
                                      • at

                                    • You’ll find the TV program  . . . 
                                      on
                                      page 5 of the newspaper.
                                      • on
                                      • at
                                      • in

                                    • I have been (in, to, at) Poland two times, but I have never been (to, in, into) Romani.

                                      • (in, on, at) Sunday I usually go (in, at, to) the theatre or (to, in, at) the cinema (in, on) the evening.

                                        • I don’t drink (much, many) coffee. Let’s have two (tea), ?

                                          • We enjoy (our, ours) life here. We have (a few, a little) friends and we meet quite often.

                                            • She looked out of the window but she couldn’t see  . . . 
                                              anybody
                                              .
                                              • nobody
                                              • anybody

                                            • I tried to phone her two or three times but  . . . 
                                              each
                                              time there was no reply.
                                              • every
                                              • each

                                            • A: Do you live (somewhere, anywhere) near us?
                                              B: No, we live in (the other, another) part of town.

                                              • Your work isn’t very good. I’m sure you can do it (good).

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

                                                  • In some parts of the country prices are (high) that in others.

                                                    • His illness was (serious) than we thought at first.

                                                      • Spring is a very beautiful season. It is (beautiful) season of the year.

                                                      • Respond to the following.
                                                        1. A: Will you give me your book, please?
                                                          B:  . . . 
                                                          Here you are.
                                                          • She is here.
                                                          • Over the table.
                                                          • Here you are.
                                                          • Never mind.

                                                        2. A: How are you?
                                                          B:  . . . 
                                                          Thank you, I’m fine.
                                                          • It’s a pleasure to see you.
                                                          • It’s a pity.
                                                          • Thank you, I’m fine.
                                                          • Who cares?

                                                        3. A: Excuse me, how do I get to the Academy of Arts University?
                                                          B:  . . . 
                                                          You’d better take the trolley coach.
                                                          • Five stops from here.
                                                          • It’s far from here.
                                                          • Don’t hurry.
                                                          • You’d better take the trolley coach.

                                                        4. A: Excuse me, where is the nearest subway station?
                                                          B:  . . . 
                                                          It’s over there, on the left.
                                                          • I don’t remember.
                                                          • He must be somewhere about.
                                                          • It’s over there, on the left.
                                                          • You’ll go far.

                                                        5. A: It was a pleasure to talk to you.
                                                          B:  . . . 
                                                          The pleasure was mine.
                                                          • Everything is all right.
                                                          • I’m sorry to hear it.
                                                          • The more the better.
                                                          • The pleasure was mine.

                                                      • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable modal verB: can, be able to, may, must.
                                                        1. George lived in England. He speak English well now.

                                                          • Yesterday he answer all the teacher’s questions and got an excellent mark.

                                                            • A: You stay here if you like.
                                                              B: Thank you, but we leave.

                                                              • Listen! I hear somebody crying.

                                                                • We hurry not to miss our train.

                                                                  •  . . . 
                                                                    Could
                                                                    you give me any information about the places of interest in your town? (more than one answer is possible)
                                                                    • Can
                                                                    • Could
                                                                    • May

                                                                • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
                                                                  1. A: I’d like to speak to manager, please. (a, the, —)
                                                                    B: Sorry, but he is (out, in, at) at the moment.

                                                                    • What’s name of that girl we met yesterday? (a, the, —)

                                                                      • day was wonderful, sun was shining brightly. (a, the, —)

                                                                        • man is greatest creation of nature. (a, the, —)

                                                                          • He was first to answer this question. question was easy. (a, the, —)

                                                                            • A: water is cold. Don’t drink it!
                                                                              B: I’m thirsty. I’ll die without water. (a, the, —)

                                                                              • Englishmen are (natural, naturally) polite and are never’ tired (off, of) saying ‘Thank you’ and ‘I’m sorry’. They are (general, generally) disciplined. You never (hear, listen to) loud (talk, conversation) in the street. They never rush for (seats, places) in buses and trains.

                                                                                English people never shake hands when meeting one (the other, another). They just smile and (say, tell) ‘Hello’. They say ‘How do you do’ (sometimes, always), but not very often, only to people they meet (for, at) the first time.

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