Apr 11, 2017

English Grammar Test 66 (Level 2)

50 cards
, 99 answers
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. I (write) the composition for 3 hours already but I haven’t completed it yet.

      • A: What (she, do)?
        B: She is a secretary at our college.

        • We’ve got the tickets, and tomorrow evening we (go) abroad for a holiday.

          • She (not, see) him since he left Basildon. Nobody (know) (something, anything, nothing) about him.

            • We were walking along the forest road when we (see) a village.

              • A: I’m not sure I will recognize him tomorrow.
                B: He (wear) a dark blue pullover.

                • He (study) English since morning. He (take) his exam tomorrow.

                  • When we left the beach, the rain already (start).

                    • The delegation (leave) for London as soon as they receive their visas.

                      • A: (you, ever, be) to a Cirque du Soleil show?
                        B: Yes, I (be) there a month ago.

                        • Many experiments (carry) out in our laboratory last year.

                          • Children and (a, the, —) old (take) care of in this country.

                            • The students (examine) in an hour, but they all (gather) already in the classroom.

                              • She told me she (be) going to take part in the conference.

                                • The police officer asked me if I (see) the accident.

                                  • The secretary said that the manager (come) to the office in half an hour.

                                  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable modal verB: can, could, must, may, be able to.
                                    1. Our house is situated in a beautiful place. We see the lake from our bedroom window.

                                      • She spoke in a low voice but we understand everything.

                                        • A: You do something to help me.
                                          B: Sorry, but I

                                          • I’m afraid I go to the party next Sunday.

                                            • You keep it secret. You tell anybody about it.

                                              • I ask you a question. Certainly, you

                                              • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
                                                1. What is (long) river in world? (a, the, —)

                                                  • hotel we stayed at was very nice building. (a, the, —)

                                                    • Sun is star. Venus is the brightest planet in sky. (a, the, —)

                                                      • I often watch television but I seldom listen to radio. (a, the, —)

                                                        • Our train leaves from Platform 6. Will you come to station? (a, the, —)

                                                          • Lake Baikal is one of deepest fresh-water lakes in the world, (a, the, —)

                                                            • This programme was watched (of, by) millions of people.

                                                              • How did you get here? Did you come  . . . 
                                                                by
                                                                train?
                                                                • in
                                                                • on
                                                                • by

                                                              • There are some differences (in, between) British and American English.

                                                                • A: Where is Tom?
                                                                  B: He has left (to, for, in) London. He will arrive (to, at, in) England in the morning.

                                                                  • Every summer they go (in, to, at) France (on, at, in) holiday.

                                                                    • I’m sorry shouting you yesterday. (for, about, at, on)

                                                                      • They didn’t reply to (our, ours) letters. We waited for (their, there, theirs) answer.

                                                                        • I wasn’t feeling hungry, so I didn’t eat (something, anything).

                                                                          • He has got no financial problems. He earns and spends (many, much) money.

                                                                            • This evening I’m going out with (some, any) friends of (my, mine).

                                                                              • A: Which bus do I have to catch?
                                                                                B: (some, any) bus. They all go to the center.

                                                                                • I know (anything, nothing) about it and she doesn’t know anything about it (too, either).

                                                                                  • This is (difficult) problem which I’ve ever solved.

                                                                                    • I’m sure you could do it (good) than me.

                                                                                      • In my opinion The Nutcracker is (good) ballet I’ve ever seen.

                                                                                        • Do you remember (happy) day in your life?

                                                                                          • The (much) you read, the (little) you forget.

                                                                                          • Respond to the following.
                                                                                            1. A: Excuse my being late.
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              Better late than never.
                                                                                              • You were delayed by the traffic.
                                                                                              • Glad to hear it.
                                                                                              • Better late than never.

                                                                                            2. A: What do you do?
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              I’m a student.
                                                                                              • I’m doing well, thank you.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of.
                                                                                              • I’m a student.

                                                                                            3. A: How’s life?
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              Nothing to boast of. Thank you.
                                                                                              • Not at all.
                                                                                              • Nothing to look at.
                                                                                              • Nothing to boast of. Thank you.

                                                                                            4. A: Thank you for your help.
                                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                                              It’s a pleasure for me.
                                                                                              • Never mind.
                                                                                              • It’s a pleasure for me.
                                                                                              • Glad to hear it.

                                                                                              • An American lady who, which was travelling in England got onto a compartment in a smoking carriage where an, the Englishman was smoking a pipe. For a short, shortly time she was sitting quite, quietly expecting that, what the Englishman would stop smoking. Then she began to cough trying in this way, road to show him that she objected to the smoke. At last she addressed him patiently, impatiently: ‘If you were a gentleman you would have stopped smoking when a lady got into the carriage.’ ‘If you were a lady’, told, replied the Englishman, ‘you wouldn’t have got into a smoking carriage’.



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