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1. Choose the word that is different from the others
ski/ snowboard/ read/ jog

  •  read
  •  jog
  •  ski
  •  snowboard

2. Choose the word that is different from the others
elderly/ shy/ crowded/ sociable

  •  elderly
  •  sociable
  •  crowded
  •  shy

3. Choose the word that is different from the others
well off/ expensive/ extravagant/ privileged

  •  well off
  •  extravagant
  •  privileged
  •  expensive

4. Choose the correct preposition
I see that John's finally got engaged ... Janina.

  •  with
  •  for
  •  by
  •  to

5. Choose the correct preposition
Here - divide this bar of chocolate ... yourselves.

  •  in
  •  between
  •  with
  •  among

6. Choose the correct preposition
Do you get on ... Alex?

  •  with
  •  for
  •  to
  •  at

7. Complete the sentence using the correct auxiliary verb
What ... you doing when it started to rain.

  •  was
  •  have
  •  did
  •  were

8. Complete the sentence using the correct auxiliary verb
I ... applied for the job.

  •  have been
  •  was
  •  have
  •  wouldn't

9. Complete the sentence using the correct auxiliary verb
My brother is not allowed to drive . He ... passed his driving test yet.

  •  isn't
  •  hadn't
  •  didn't
  •  hasn't

10. Choose the correct form of the verb
I can't afford ... out very often.

  •  eat
  •  eating
  •  to eat

11. Choose the correct form of the verb
They invited me ... an interview.

  •  attend
  •  to attend
  •  attending

12. Choose the correct form of the verb
The garage promised ... the car ready at 4.30.

  •  to have
  •  having
  •  have

13. Complete the sentence with a suitable modal verb, have to or be allowed to
James a millionaire. He ... go to work.

  •  shouldn't
  •  mustn't
  •  doesn't have to

14. Complete the sentence with a suitable modal verb, have to or be allowed to
We're run out of milk. I ... go to the supermarket.

  •  should
  •  must
  •  have to

15. Complete the sentence with a suitable modal verb, have to or be allowed to
"I can't find my homework." "You ... it at home."

  •  could forget
  •  might have forgotten
  •  can forget

16. Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sentence
We'll have to get Anne some new clothes soon. She's ... (become too big for) the ones she's got.

  •  broken off
  •  grown out of
  •  torn off

17. Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sentence
Wait a minute, Jan. I just want to ... (test) my new mobile.

  •  look after
  •  try out
  •  try on

18. Choose the correct phrasal verb to complete the sentence
I'm relying on you to help me with the housework. Don't ... . (disappoint)

  •  let me down
  •  put me up
  •  put up with me

19. Choose the correct verb form (passive or active)
People ... of Prime Minister's resignation on television yesterday evening.

  •  were told
  •  told
  •  had been told

20. Choose the correct verb form (passive or active)
I ... for a job.

  •  've been applied
  •  've applied
  •  'll be applied

21. Choose the correct verb form (passive or active)
The resolution ... after a long debate.

  •  has adopted
  •  was adopted
  •  adopted

22. Choose the correct line to report the sentence
"If I were you I'd see a doctor," she told me. She ...

  •  ordered me to see a doctor.
  •  advised me to see a doctor.
  •  asked me to see a doctor.

23. Choose the correct line to report the sentence
"I heard the news yesterday." He told ...

  •  us he had heard the news the day before
  •  he heard the news the day before.
  •  he had heard the news the day before.

24. Choose the correct line to report the sentence
"I don't know the answer." She said ... the answer.

  •  me that she didn't know
  •  she didn't know
  •  that she doesn't know

25. Choose the best expression to join the sentences
It has been raining for the last two weeks. ... it's been the rainest summer for the 20 years.

  •  However
  •  In fact
  •  Nevertheless

26. Choose the best expression to join the sentences
Whenever I can, I walk to work ... when it's raining.

  •  if not
  •  except
  •  unless

27. Choose the best expression to join the sentences
Yes, it should be a good party. I'm looking forward to it. ... I'd better go now. See you on Friday.

  •  Anyway,
  •  Of course,
  •  Nevertheless,

28. Choose the correct verb form
They fell in love when they ... on the project.

  •  had been working
  •  worked
  •  were working

29. Choose the correct verb form
Don't phone at 7.00 tomorrow morning. We ... then.

  •  are sleeping
  •  'll sleep
  •  'll be sleeping

30. Choose the correct verb form
I need to have a rest. We ... non-stop for three hours.

  •  walked
  •  are walking
  •  have been walking