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Join the young inventor Eugenius, his robot Dax and his friends and have fun discovering English grammar and structure!

Grammar Genius is a series of beautifully-illustrated grammar reference and practice books, taking students from Beginner to Intermediate level. Thanks to its thoroughly researched syllabus, it can be used alongside any coursebook at this level.

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Grammar Genius 2 Test Booklet includes: • a new test for each set of units of the Student’s Book. • a thorough final test as an end-of-year check. • tasks carefully written to check all main grammar items taught in the respective Student’s Book units. • all tasks bearing a ready-made score scheme for easy marking. Components Student’s Book with interactive CD-ROM Teacher’s Book with overprinted answers Test Booklet Interactive Whiteboard material

Test Booklet


G

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Contents 1

Test 1: Units 1-4

page 02

2

Test 2: Units 5-10

page 04

3

Test 3: Units 11-14

page 06

4

Test 4: Units 15-19

page 08

5

Test 5: Units 20-25

page 10

Final Test: Units 1-25

page 12


Test 1: Units 1-4 1

Circle the correct answer.

0

What for breakfast? A you usually have B do you usually have C are you usually having

11

My brother hockey when he was at school. A use to play B used to play C used play

1

My mum sometimes A makes B is making C make

12

When she was younger, she A used to go B used to went C uses to go

2

Be quiet! Dad A sleeping B sleeps C is sleeping

.

13

Peter play with cars when he was a child. A not used to B doesn’t use to C didn’t use to

3

Mr and Mrs Jones are in London and I their cat. A am looking after B look after C looking after

14

She used A reads B to read C read

15

4

He’s hungry and he right now! A is wanting B want C wants

My grandparents big garden. A use to have B used have C used to have

16

5

to Italy every summer? A Are they going B Do they go C They go

‘What were you doing at seven o’clock?’ ‘I TV.’ A was watching B am watching C watched

6

We a great programme on TV last night. A watched B watch C are watching

17

‘Was Helen wearing a hat?’ ‘No, A she isn’t B she didn’t C she wasn’t

7

They moved to this house A once a month B in 2010. C right now

18

What were you doing when I A called B calls C was calling

8

James left . A before five minutes B five minutes ago C last five minutes

19

9

What time ? A she arrived B she arrives C did she arrive

Kate was doing a puzzle while her brother for his exam. A was studying B is studying C studying

20

I was tidying my room cooking. A once B when C while

10

2

I Mark yesterday. A didn’t see B didn’t saw C don’t see

pancakes.

to eat something

.

to bed at nine.

comics when she was a young girl.

a house with a beautiful

.’

you last night?

my mum was

.......... / 20


Test 1 2

Complete. Use the present simple or the present continuous.

0

am not watching I (not watch)

1

This cake (smell)

2

You can’t talk to her now. She dinner. (have)

3

early on Saturdays? (he / always / get up)

4

I don’t believe you! You (lie)

5

We week. (clean)

6

What’s the matter? Why (you / cry)

7

I’m busy. I History project. (work)

8

football every day after school? (Jim and Nick / play)

0

Mum lunch. (often / cook)

was raining It when I this morning. (rain, get up)

1

James sister talk)

2

The children parents leave)

3

While Mr Green Green water)

4

I

5

When she I (walk, write)

9 10

She day. (not tidy)

4

Circle the correct answer.

0

We were getting ready for school when Mark phoned / was phoning.

1

While I had / was having a shower, my sister was listening to her new CD.

2

They were walking home from the shopping mall when it was starting / started to snow.

3

She was surfing / surfed the Net when the lights went out.

4

Peter hurt his leg while he was playing / played basketball.

5

I fell / was falling asleep while I was watching TV.

TV. You can turn it off. delicious!

! the house once a

.......... / 5

? on my

5

spaghetti for her room every

.......... / 5

3

Write sentences. Use the past simple.

0

you / go / to the cinema last Friday? Did you go to the cinema last Friday?

1

Sue / buy / a new laptop last week

2

they / not give / me a birthday present

3

why / he / move / to London?

4

I / have / breakfast an hour ago

5

when / you / start tennis lessons?

Complete. Use the past simple or the past continuous. got up

to music while his on the phone. (listen, when their for work. (sleep, the car, Mrs the flowers. (wash,

my homework when she me the news. (do, tell) into the room, an email to my friend.

.......... / 5

.......... / 5

Total:

.......... / 40

3


2

Test 2: Units 5-10

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

The girls aren’t at home. They A gone B ’ve been C ’ve gone

1

I frog’s legs. A ’ve never eaten B ’ve never eat C ’ve never ate

2

It’s ten o’clock. Mark A has gone B has been C gone

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

4

to the park.

Jane isn’t at the office. She’s A yet B just C since

12

I moved to London last week and I new friends. A ’ve already made B ’ve made yet C ’ve made since

13

Peter to speak German before he moved to Germany. A was learning B had learned C has learned

14

Susan had done the shopping o’clock. A after B since C by

15

At six o’clock this morning A am sleeping B have slept C was sleeping

16

Amanda me an hour ago. A phoned B has phoned C had phoned

17

TV at ten o’clock last night? A Had you watched B Did you watch C Were you watching

18

‘When this house?’ ‘Two years ago.’ A have your parents bought B did your parents buy C had your parents bought

19

I’m sure she A will pass B is passing C passes

20

We chicken for dinner tonight. A have B will have C are having

to bed.

She to Athens lots of times. She likes Greece very much. A has gone B has been C gone I’ve known my best friend A since B for C yet

2005.

‘How long in New York?’ ‘For three months.’ A he lived B he has lived C has he lived Jason hasn’t e-mailed me A yet B just C since My grandparents A had B have C have had

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last Monday.

this house since 2000.

I’ve seen this film. Kate and I A have seen B saw C seen Do you know where Chris is? I since Monday. A didn’t see B haven’t seen C never saw

it last Friday.

him

left.

some

eleven

.I

her exam.

Sue when I got home. A has already left B already left C had already left .......... / 20


Test 2 2

Choose and complete.

4

Complete. Use the past simple or the past perfect.

0

(already, yet) I can’t come with you. I haven’t finished my yet homework .

0

We had done came Mum

1

He

his teeth after he his breakfast. (brush, finish)

2

The rain

(for, since) James has been my best friend five years.

before the match . (stop, start)

3

After they

their lunch, they for a walk. (finish, go)

3

(How long, How much time) has he lived in Greece?

4

Peter

to speak Italian before he to Italy. (learn, move)

4

(three weeks, last Friday) I haven’t seen Kate since

5

me after she Anna all her e-mails. (call, read)

1

2

5

(gone, been) My sister isn’t here. She’s the cinema.

to

.

(gone, been) I’ve to Paris lots of times. It’s an amazing city. .......... / 5

3 0

Complete. Use the past simple or the present perfect. has lost Susan her glasses. She can’t find them anywhere. (lose)

1

Avatar on TV yesterday?

.......... / 5

5

Circle the correct answer.

0

I’m sure she will invite / is inviting me to her party.

1

John borrowed / has borrowed money from his brother last week.

2

We haven’t told her the news already / yet.

3

How long / How much time has he been a teacher?

4

She’s late! She will / is going to miss her bus.

5

Did you ever fly / Have you ever flown in a hot air balloon?

6

I can’t find my keys. Where have you put / you put them?

7

I had gone to bed before / after they arrived home.

8

At six o’clock this morning I had slept / was sleeping.

9

Have you already / yet had lunch?

(you / see) 2 3 4 5

the housework by the time home. (do, come)

Mary is ill. She (be)

in bed all day.

My parents aren’t at home. They an hour ago. (leave) How long (you / know) The film (start)

your best friend? at seven o’clock.

.......... / 5

10

Do you think Peter will / is going to win the competition? .......... / 5

Total:

.......... / 40

5


3

Test 3: Units 11-14

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

Kim and Mandy have got green eyes. A Neither B Either C Both

1

Joe nor Keith can speak Chinese. A Both B Neither C Either

2

3

Mark or Peter will help you with your project. A Either B Neither C Both I don’t like these jeans. I’m going to buy the . other A one B ones C both Jane live in Los Angeles.

4

Both Kelly A and B nor C or

5

She wants either a netbook her birthday. A and B no C or

6

‘How much money did you spend?’ ‘ A Not much. B Not many. C Not a few.

7

We haven’t got A lots of B enough C too many

8

‘How many T-shirts did she buy?’ ‘ A Not much. B A lot. C Lots of.

9

There isn’t bedroom. A enough B many C lots of

10

6

a printer for

Can you get me a supermarket? A bar B tube C packet

12

They would like some A informations B information C more informations

13

is Europe’s second largest river. A Danube B The Danube C A Danube

14

The Hilton Hotel is in A the Park Street. B Park Street C a Park Street

15

The news about his health A wasn’t B aren’t C weren’t

16

? Have you ever been to A the Natural History Museum B Natural History Museum C a Natural History Museum

17

person I’ve ever met. She’s A more intelligent than B most intelligent C the most intelligent

18

The boys played A terribly B as terribly C more terribly

19

you. Sue drives A more safely than B more safe than C safely than

20

of all the students in his class. Peter works A more harder than B hardest C the hardest

.’

sandwiches for everyone.

.’

space for a bigger desk in my

I don’t like this soup. There’s A too much B a little C a lot

of cocoa from the

11

about eco-houses.

.

very good.

and lost the game.

pepper in it.

.......... / 20


Test 3 2

Rewrite the sentences. Use as … as or not as … as.

4

Complete. Use some, any or no.

0

Both Mary and her brother worked hard. Mary worked as hard as her brother.

0

We can’t go to the cinema. We’ve got no money.

.

David is thinner than Brian. Brian

1

She’s shy and she hasn’t got friends.

.

2

2

Both Chrissie and her sister paint beautifully. Chrissie .

There are we could visit.

3

3

Both Kelly and Anna are lazy. Kelly

We don’t need two cartons yesterday.

.

4

Paul eats faster than Tim. Tim

I’m very busy. I’ve got help you.

.

5

Mum bought buy any orange juice.

1

4 5

Juliet’s laptop was more expensive than Diane’s. Diane’s laptop .

fantastic places that milk. I bought time to cola but she didn’t

.......... / 5 .......... / 5

3

Choose and complete.

0

(quick, quickly) Kim reads more

1

quickly

(slow, slowly) Ben walks as

than Tina. as I do.

2

(patient, patiently) You have to be and wait until I have found the answer.

3

(safe, safely) Bill drives more

4

5

Circle the correct answer.

0

Neither Kevin nor / or Neil liked the film.

1

We need a bar of soap and two tubes / tins of toothpaste.

2

Is there any / some lemon juice in that carton?

3

I didn’t ask somebody / anybody for help.

4

Neither / Either Dave nor Paul can sing very well.

5

There are ten CDs here. Which one / ones are ours?

6

Both / Either Adam and Martha are very good at drawing.

7

I saw Mandy a little / a few weeks ago.

8

Have we got enough / much crisps for the party?

9

Can I have a little / much water, please?

than Max.

(good, well) I feel tired. I didn’t sleep last night. (rude, rudely) Why were you so

5

to her? .......... / 5

10

We have neither Maths or / nor English for homework tomorrow. .......... / 5

Total:

.......... / 40

7


4

Test 4: Units 15-19

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

If I were you, I A would talk B talk C am talking

1

I won’t go out on Saturday if it A will rain B rains C might rain

2

You would be thinner if you A eat B are eating C ate

3

finish it now. You can finish it You tomorrow. A don’t have to B doesn’t have to C not have to

4

to help me with my homework tomorrow? A Are you able B Will you be able C Could you be able

5

a bike when I was five. I A can’t ride B was not riding C couldn’t ride

6

11

is very good exercise. A Running B Run C To run

12

He really hates A to tidy B tidy C tidying

13

They’ve decided A putting on B put on C to put on

14

If the door is locked, A you would ring B ring C you had to ring

15

If you , we’ll miss the bus. A don’t hurry up B didn’t hurry up C not hurry up

16

their car if they didn’t need the They money. A won’t sell B didn’t sell C wouldn’t sell

leave now. You can stay for lunch. You A mustn’t B don’t have to C had to

17

for me if I’m late. She A won’t wait B wouldn’t wait C isn’t waiting

7

use your mobile phone in the library. You A are not able to B mustn’t C don’t have to

18

8

It’s Friday. You A don’t have to B can’t C mustn’t

Sue won’t lend you her camera if you her nicely. A didn’t ask B aren’t asking C don’t ask

19

He would never forgive me if I A lie B am lying C lied

20

If he eats another piece of cake, he stomachache. A got B will get C gets

9

10

8

to him.

.

less junk food.

go to bed early.

go to the cinema?’ ‘I’m tired. I’ll stay ‘ at home.’ A Why don’t we B How about C What about I don’t mind A getting up B to get up C get up

at six in the morning.

his room.

a school play.

the bell.

to him.

a

.......... / 20


Test 4 2

Choose and complete.

4

Complete. Use the first conditional.

0

(could, can) could I

0

hurry If we (hurry, not be)

ride a bike when I was four.

, we

won’t be

late.

1

(Must, Could) I borrow your pen?

1

She fat if she sweets. (get, not stop)

2

(go, going) Why don’t we

2 for a picnic?

If I Kevin, I the party. (see, tell)

(can, should) You’re ill. You

3 stay in bed.

He a new modem if he enough money. (buy, have)

3

eating him about

4

(are able to, must) Drivers stop at the red light.

4

If we busy, we you. (not be, come)

5

(organise, organising) How about for Kim?

5

If Mark to bed now, he tired in the morning. (not go, feel)

a surprise party

with

.......... / 5 .......... / 5

3

Complete. Use the correct form of the verb. Playing

5

Complete. Use the second conditional.

0

knew If I (know, tell)

the answer, I

would tell

you.

0

computer games all day is bad for you. (play)

1

She healthier if she fruit and vegetables. (be, eat)

1

I’m not very good at

2

2

They’ve decided (move)

If I scream)

3

He an accident if he so fast. (not have, not drive)

4

They me if I them what happened last night. (not believe, tell)

5

If I (be, call)

3

. (cook) to New York.

What would you like (have)

for lunch?

4

Let’s go

5

Can we go by bus? I hate

6

I’m not ready yet. Do you mind for a few minutes? (wait)

7

Mark agreed me some money to buy a new bike. (lend)

8 9 10

tomorrow! (skate) . (walk)

a ghost, I

you, I

. (see,

the police.

.......... / 5

by train is very tiring. (travel) She couldn’t stand town. (live) He promised

in a small it a secret. (keep) .......... / 5

Total:

.......... / 40

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5

Test 5: Units 20-25

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

That’s the man A whose B which C who

1

A goose is a bird looks like a duck and makes loud noises. A which B who C whose That’s the boy A that B whose C who

2

helped us.

11

The museum is A on B at C in

12

They went for a walk A between B along C across

13

The teacher told the pupils to A behave ourselves B behave them C behave themselves

14

Susan went to the concert A by her B by herself C herself

dad is a famous guitarist.

3 Park Street.

the river.

.

.

3

Where is the laptop A that B whose C who

15

4

The film by Peter Brown. A directed B was directing C was directed

What kind of music A does he like B he likes C does he likes

16

5

Ketchup in America in 1800. A is first made B was first made C was first making

How long married? A he is B has he been C he has been

17

6

The e-mail A was send B is send C was sent

What time work? A she finishes B does she finish C does she finishes

18

7

The thieves by the police. A were arrest B were arresting C were arrested

Kelly and Fiona aren’t sisters, A aren’t they B are they C were they

19

8

You aren’t listening! What are you thinking A for B about C on

‘They had a great time.’ ‘ A So did we. B So are we. C So do we.

20

My dad doesn’t have a lot of free time. A So does mine. B Neither does mine. C Either does mine.

9

10

10

was on my desk?

to the wrong address.

They’ve invited us to their party Year’s Eve. A on B in C at He usually gets up A at B in C on

New

?

?

?

.’

midday on Sundays.

.......... / 20


Test 5 2

Join the sentences. Use who, which or whose.

4

Write sentences. Use the past simple passive.

0

Kevin rides a bike. It’s very old. Kevin rides a bike which is very old.

0

Charles Dickens wrote David Copperfield. ‘David Copperfield’ was written by Charles Dickens.

1

Those are the boys. Their skateboards were stolen.

1

They stole my netbook last week.

2

James Cameron directed Avatar.

3

Adam Osborne invented laptops in 1981.

4

They sold the car for €5,000.

5

They built the castle in 1450.

2

She’s got a dog. Her dog is afraid of cats.

3

Did you see the short woman? She was talking to Bruce.

4

That’s the man. He lost his wallet.

5

That’s the woman. Her husband works in my office.

.......... / 5

5

Reply to the statements. Use so or neither.

0

A: I can’t find information for my project. (I) B: Neither can I.

1

A: We’ve already been to that restaurant. (Peter) B:

2

A: She doesn’t like Lady Gaga’s new CD. (we) B:

3

A: Kelly had arrived at the train station by five. (Lee) B:

4

A: We had a great time at the party. (Angie and Jim) B:

5

A: My friends don’t play computer games. (mine) B:

.......... / 5

3

Complete. Use question tags.

0

They enjoyed themselves, didn’t they

1

Peter loves water sports,

2

She hasn’t been to Spain,

3

You went to Jason’s party,

4

I’m fat,

5

We won’t miss our flight,

? ? ? ?

? ?

.......... / 5

.......... / 5

Total:

.......... / 40

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Final Test: Units 1-25 1

Circle the correct answer.

0

Mark for the airport an hour ago. A had left B left C has left

1

that kind of music but now she does. Helen A didn’t use to like B didn’t used to like C didn’t use like

2

3

4

5

You look happy! Why A you are smiling B do you smile C are you smiling

11

Jessica wasn’t at home because she the supermarket. A has gone B had gone C had been

12

The boys broke the window while they basketball. A played B had played C were playing

13

breakfast before we got up. Mum A has made B was making C had made

14

story I had ever heard. That was A the funnier B the funniest C funniest

15

I eat my sister. A healthily than B healthier than C more healthily than

16

life in a big city. Life in a village is A more boring B boring than C more boring than

?

home last night. They A didn’t come B didn’t came C don’t come My sister vegetables when she was young. A used to hate B use to hate C use to hated TV last night when the Eugenius electricity went off. A had watched B has watched C was watching

to

6

when you came in? What A Ian was doing B was Ian doing C Ian doing

17

There aren’t A lots B enough C no

7

Chinese food. I A have never eaten B never have eaten C have eaten never

18

8

James isn’t in the office. He A has been B has left C has gone

to Italy.

‘How much milk do we need for the cake?’ .’ ‘ A Not many. B Not much. C Not enough.

19

His dad has been a teacher A since fifteen years B fifteen years ago C for fifteen years

.

a cheese sandwich or a I’ll have hamburger. A both B either C neither

20

George and Paul have got dark hair. A Either B Neither C Both

9

10

12

Has Jake e-mailed you A yet B just C already

?

eggs for the omelette.


Final Test 21

My brothers read when they were five years old. A was able to B were able to C able to

22

It was raining and I last night. A have to B should C had to

23

24

25

26

27

in Algeria and Morocco. French A are spoken B spoken C is spoken

32

These pictures A was painted B painted C were painted

33

The bank is A in B at C along

34

My dad’s office is A on B in C at

35

He wasn’t careful and he cut A his B him C himself

36

Peter didn’t know the truth, A did he B had he C has he

37

You’ve been here before, A don’t you B haven’t you C didn’t you

38

They had forgotten about the meeting, A didn’t they B hadn’t they C haven’t they

39

He lives with his parents, A does he B doesn’t he C didn’t he

40

‘I’m not hungry.’ ‘ A So am I. B Either am I. C Neither am I.

take a taxi home

wear your coat.

It’s very cold. You A should B may C shall

some more tea?’ ‘ ‘No, thanks. I’ve already had two cups.’ A Would you like B Could you like C Will you like back by seven.

She has promised A being B to be C be He’s very good A on painting B at painting C in painting

31

.

We’ll miss the beginning of the film if you faster. A won’t drive B didn’t drive C don’t drive

28

Would she come if you A are inviting B invited C invite

29

Ben has got a parrot A who B which C whose

30

I can’t stand people A which B whose C who

her?

loves biscuits.

by Picasso.

Burleigh Street.

the sixth floor.

with a knife.

?

?

?

?

.’

are rude.

.......... / 40

13


2

Complete. Use the past simple or the present perfect.

0

Do you know where Ann is? I have not seen her for days. (not see)

1

Becky you last night but you weren’t at home. (call)

5

Complete. Use one word in each space.

0

Both Angie

1

I can’t see. There’s

2

Can you run as fast

3

Neither Terry

and

Samantha have got blue eyes. in my eye! Carl? Fred can help them.

2

We lunch at the new shopping mall yesterday. (have)

4

Now add a flour.

3

Jane

5

Mary eats

4

I my Geography project this morning. (finish)

6

I can’t drink this coffee. There’s too milk in it.

5

Jim and Peter school. (just come)

7

Have you ever been to Museum?

8

Peter is as intelligent

in Athens since 2009. (live)

home from

.......... / 5

9

3

Complete. Use who, which or whose.

0

Who’s the girl

1

Where’s the CD

was on the table?

2

That’s the man actress.

sister is a famous

3

Is that the boy

dog barked all night?

4

The car is parked outside the post office is my Mum’s.

5

I met a man

who

healthily than us.

National History his brother.

George nor I knew the answer. I’ll have either a sandwich

pizza for lunch. .......... / 10

answered the phone?

6

Choose and complete.

0

(Should, Could) Could you tell me the way to the post office?

1

looks like my brother. .......... / 5

4

Complete. Use the past simple or the past perfect.

0

We had finished our homework by the time came Dad home from work. (came)

1

I all my e-mails when my computer crashed. (read)

2

They their pizza when the waiter brought in the ice cream. (not finish)

3

She had already heard about the accident when I her. (phone)

4

My brother had learnt to read and write before he to school. (go)

5

By the time the police got to the bank, the robbers . (disappear) .......... / 5

14

10

bit of butter and a cup of

2

(can, was able to) Luckily, he last night.

to fix my computer

(will have to, has to) He can’t finish it now. He back next week.

come

3

(have to, had to) I left the tickets at home and I go back and get them.

4

(may, may not) Mary didn’t come to work today. She be ill.

5

(shouldn’t, couldn’t) You drive so fast. It’s dangerous. .......... / 5


Final Test 7

Complete. Use the correct form of the verb. sailing

0

Dad went

1

We would love world. (travel)

2

Is he good at

3

10

Complete. Use one word in each space. at

0

My train leaves

last weekend. (sail)

1

She knows a lot

round the

2

I’ll be ready in a minute. Please wait

3

That beautiful house belongs grandparents.

4

My sister is

university in Oxford.

5

The bank is

your left.

6

Don’t worry! I’ll pay

7

They will have a party

8

I’m sure she will succeed

9

What time will you come home tomorrow?

? (draw)

too much salt is bad for you. (eat)

4

Spanish when she She learnt moved to Spain. (speak)

5

I really miss my friends. (go)

to the cinema with

.......... / 5

8

Complete. Use the first conditional.

0

If she doesn’t come, we time. (not have)

1

He will be late for school if he early. (not get up)

won’t have

10

midnight. computers. me. my

the tickets. New Year’s Day. her new job.

The new shopping mall is

school Church Street.

a good

.......... / 10

11

Complete. Use the past simple passive.

0

The Harry Potter books were written by J.K.Rowling. (write)

2

If she has time, she (tidy)

3

She will feel better if she aspirin. (take)

an

1

Mona Lisa (paint)

4

If you wear a jacket, you (not be)

cold.

2

Windsor Castle century. (build)

in the 13th

5

Eugenius will be very happy if he the prize. (win)

3

Three paintings last night. (steal)

from the museum

4

Pizza in Naples in the 16th century. (first make)

5

The buildings (destroy)

her room.

.......... / 5

9

Complete. Use the second conditional.

0

If you told them the truth, they angry. (be)

1

If she asked me, I

2

I would be really scared if I spider. (see)

3

She would be a better student if she harder. (study)

4

What would you do if you million Εuros? (have)

5

If I were you, I

by Leonardo Da Vinci.

by the earthquake.

would be

.......... / 5

no. (say) a

Total:

.......... / 100

a a gym. (join) .......... / 5

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