Apr 12, 2017

English Grammar Test 67 (Level 2)

50 cards
, 105 answers
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. Some women don’t cut their  . . . 
      hair
      and wear  . . . 
      it
      long all their lives.
      • hairit
      • hairsthem

    2. Didn’t you see that the boots you were buying  . . . 
      weren’t
      a pair?
      • isn’t
      • aren’t
      • wasn’t
      • weren’t

    3. He can’t leave the country until the police  . . . 
      return
      his passport.
      • return
      • returns
      • will return
      • would return

    4. The most important news  . . . 
      is
      broadcast on this channel.
      • is
      • are
      • were
      • shall be

    5. There  . . . 
      is
      hardly any furniture in his room. He  . . . 
      hasn’t
      even got a desk to write on.
      • arehasn’t
      • ishaven’t

    6. The rich collection of Hermitage (attract) over three million people every year.

      • When I last saw her, she (hurry) along the road to the station.

        • (you, see) Philip lately? I (ring) his flat several times last week but got no answer.

          • I’d like to play tennis tomorrow if the weather (be) fine.

            • They (drive) in the car for many hours before they (come) to the crossroads.

              • Every year a lot of international and national exhibitions (hold) in different countries of the world.

                • The letter (write) in a foreign language so I asked the teacher to translate it.

                  • I didn’t have to wait long as when I came the last student (examine).

                    • The television (repair) already. It’s working well again.

                      • Somebody is walking behind us. I think that we (follow).

                        • My friend said that he (be going) to learn to drive.

                          • She told me that she (give up) her job soon.

                            • I thought that your brother (already, graduate) from university.

                              • He said that he (want) to go on holiday to Italy but he couldn’t afford it.

                                • She asks me if I (hear) from Helen lately.

                                • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable modal verB: can/can’t, must (not), needn’t, may (not), be (to).
                                  1. I looked for my passport but I find it anywhere.

                                    • Though money buy your happiness, at least it helps you to leave in comfort.

                                      • A: Must I read the whole book by tomorrow?
                                        B: No, you One chapter is enough.

                                        • It be cold tonight. Put on your coat.

                                          • I stay here till Monday but I couldn’t do it

                                          • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
                                            1. He is (good) chess player in our country.

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

                                                • The first edition of the dictionary was (good) than the new one.

                                                  • It is not so (hot) today as it was yesterday.

                                                    • The older she gets (wise) she is.

                                                      • After leaving school it is very difficult for young people to find job. (a, the, —)

                                                        • I was very busy so I couldn’t watch the news on television but I heard it on radio. (a, the, —)

                                                          • When Titanic was crossing Atlantic she struck iceberg. (a, the, —)

                                                            • hotel we stayed at was situated not far from the sea. (a, the, —)

                                                              • Soon he saw light in distance and understood that he was on right track. (the, a, —)

                                                                • Have you been to (some, any) interesting exhibitions lately?

                                                                  • Somebody was making such a noise in the next room that I could hear  . . . 
                                                                    nothing
                                                                    on my TV set.
                                                                    • something
                                                                    • anything
                                                                    • nothing

                                                                  • A: Is this (your, yours) book?
                                                                    B: Yes, it’s (my, mine).

                                                                    • His composition is much (interesting) than (her, hers).

                                                                      • He shook hands and had a few minutes’ talk with (each, everybody) of us.

                                                                        • Steve is (at, on, in) holiday. He has gone (in, to, for) Spain.

                                                                          • Who is going to look  . . . 
                                                                            after
                                                                            your sister’s children when she is at work?
                                                                            • at
                                                                            • after
                                                                            • for

                                                                          • Don’t ask me to decide. I’m not very good  . . . 
                                                                            at
                                                                            making decisions.
                                                                            • at
                                                                            • in
                                                                            • for

                                                                          • According (at, to, in) the weather forecast there (be) snow tomorrow.

                                                                            • I’m looking forward  . . . 
                                                                              to
                                                                              seeing you again.
                                                                              • at
                                                                              • on
                                                                              • to

                                                                          • Respond to the following.
                                                                            1. A: Thank for the present, Bill.
                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                              It’s a pleasure.
                                                                              • Never mind.
                                                                              • It’s a pleasure.
                                                                              • You are welcome.

                                                                            2. A: Pass me the salt, please.
                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                              Certainly. Here you are.
                                                                              • Oh, don’t bother.
                                                                              • Here they are.
                                                                              • Certainly. Here you are.

                                                                            3. A: I don’t like hot milk.
                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                              Neither do I.
                                                                              • So do I.
                                                                              • Neither do I.
                                                                              • Neither I do.

                                                                            4. A: Pleased to meet you.
                                                                              B:  . . . 
                                                                              So am I.
                                                                              • So am I.
                                                                              • See you later.
                                                                              • What do you mean?

                                                                            5. All (over, in) the world people are trying to (learn, teach) English. In China 40 years (ago, later) everybody used to carry a copy of ‘The Thoughts of Chairman Mao’. Nowadays it’s (an, the) English course. In 1993 more (than, then) 100 (million, millions) people watched a course on Chinese TV (made, done) by the BBC (to teach, to study) the language at elementary level.

                                                                              People are (motivated, motivating) to learn because (English, the English) has become the (main, only) language of communication in pharmacy, business and tourism. It’s (also, else) the official language of air traffic control and airports. Two (third, thirds) of all scientists write (in, at, on) English.

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