Sep 25, 2017

English Grammar Test 70 (Level 3-A)

20 cards
, 44 answers
  • Fill in the blanks with the most suitable answer.
    1. I know she has sent us two letters this month, but we (receive) (neither, either, none) of them.

      • (you always, can, must, have to) pay (much, many, a lot of) when a policeman (stop) you?

        • I was foolish (enough, yet, still) to go out for a walk (in, under, through) that heavy rain. But now let’s wait here until it (stop).

          • By 1733 European settlers (occupy) 13 colonies along (a, the, —) Atlantic Coast of (a, the, —) North America.

            • Thomas Jefferson (draft) the Declaration of Independence, which (adopt) on July 4, 1776.

              • (—, the, a) reason why people went to Hollywood to make films was (a, —, the) sun. There (is, are, was) 350 days of sun every year.

                • As all the films (make) by sunlight at that time (the, a, —) West Coast was a much (good) place to work.

                  • After seventy years they still (make) films in Hollywood and people watch them all over the world.

                    • Liza Minnelli (spend) (many, more, most of, much) her childhood in Hollywood visiting her mother’s or father’s film set at the studios.

                      • The light was switched on (with, by, on) the car phone just now.

                        • It is difficult for (the, a, —) disabled people to do some jobs, and employers (could, must, may) discriminate against them.

                          • Recycled paper can (use) to make birthday cards and cereal boxes as well as hundreds of (other, others, the others) things.

                            • We could start buying recycled products which help to conserve (the, a, —) natural resources.

                              • (although, however, as) it is a well-known fact that recycling (help) to preserve (a, the, —) environment, some people ignore it.

                                • Animals which (keep) in zoos well (care) for and protected; on the other hand, they (force) to live in unnatural surroundings.

                                  • (a, the, —) people in the neighborhood (complain) due to the fact that the traffic in the area is terrible.

                                    • You (can, are to, should) make a note of your appointment in your diary in case you forget it.

                                      • Many young people decide to stay in (a, the, —) youth hostels when travelling because it is much (cheap) than staying in hotels.

                                        • Working out (for, at, on) charity (can, must, should) be extremely rewarding, yet not many people decide to volunteer.

                                          • I think he is rich. If he / (be) a poor man, he (not, stay) at the Savoy when he is in London.

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