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Contents Test

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Test 1: Units 1-4

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Test 2: Units 5-8

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Test 3: Units 9-12

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Test 4: Units 13-16

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Test 5: Units 17-20

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Final Test: Units 1-20

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Test 1: Units 1-4 1

Circle the correct answer.

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My brother my laptop! It’s really annoying! A is always borrowing B always borrowing C always is borrowing

11

This is the first time I A have ever played B was playing C I am playing

1

in winter? A Does this lake freeze B Is this lake freezing C Does this lake freezes

12

I the supermarket five times this week. A ’ve been B ’gone to C ’ve been to

2

My dad TV in the evening. A hardly ever watches B watches hardly ever C is hardly ever watching

13

Lisa is my best friend. I A know B knew C have known

3

We selling our house and moving. A thinking about B think about C are thinking about

14

Kelly out. She’ll be back at ten. A has been B has gone C had gone

4

Tom Ford, the famous actor, Majestic Theatre. A appears B is appearing C appearing

15

There’s something wrong with the printer and I the technician. A already called B have already called C had already called

5

This soup awful! What have you put in it? A tastes B is tasting C was tasting

16

6

I found my wallet my room. A while I tidied B when I tidy C while I was tidying

As soon as Susan went to bed. A has finished B had finished C finishes

17

by the time you got up? A Have they left B Did they leave C Had they left

18

We for three hours when Angela finally arrived. A had been waiting B have waited C have been waiting

19

Their faces were red. They hours. A has lied B has been lying C had been lying

20

She went to the supermarket because she of milk. A has run out B had run out C was running out

7

8

9

10

4

at the

We … early every morning. A are used to waking up B are used to wake up C are used waking up That building over there A used to be B would be C used to being

a theatre.

football when you were at school? A Did you used to play B Did you use to play C Did you used to playing It was a cold winter morning. A freezing wind along the streets. A blow B would blow C was blowing

chess.

her for ten years!

her homework, she

in the sun for

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


Test 1 2

Complete. Use the present simple or present continuous.

4

Tick (✓) the correct sentence.

0

a Mr Stevens used to live in New Zealand. ✓

Does your dad help

0

you with your homework? (your dad / help)

1

Katy usually stays at home on Saturdays but today she her grandparents. (visit)

2

Puppies’ eyes fully until they are 12 days old. (not open)

3

You my things without asking! It’s really annoying! (always / borrow)

4

Mr Brown shops in High Street. (own)

5

b Mr Stevens would live in New Zealand. 1

a They are used to living in a small village. They have lived here for ten years. b They are used to live in a small village. They have lived here for ten years.

2

a Did you use to go to the gym three times a week when you were younger? b Did you used to go to the gym three times a week when you were younger?

3

a My grandad would be a chef. He was a chef for twenty years. b My grandad used to be a chef. He was a chef for twenty years.

4

a His dad is a pilot. He’s used to getting up very early in the mornings. b His dad is a pilot. He used to get up very early in the mornings.

5

a They moved to the UK last year but they still don’t use to speak English. b They moved to the UK last year but they still haven’t got used to speaking English.

all the

his e-mails every day? (Mark / check) .......... / 10

3

Complete. Use the past simple or past continuous.

0

A: What were you doing at three o’clock on Tuesday afternoon? B: I was shopping. (shop).

1

2

3

A: What’s wrong with Charlie? B: He on the ice as he was walking home. (slip) A: How did you know that someone had broken into your flat? B: Because while I for my test, I heard a strange noise. (study) A: Where were your parents at seven o’clock on Saturday? B: They were at home and they dinner. (have)

4

A: What did you do last night? B: We got bored and we to go for a walk. (decide)

5

A: I phoned you two hours ago but you didn’t answer the phone. B: Sorry! I my bike in the garden. (fix)

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

5

Complete. Use the past simple or present perfect simple.

0

travelled She younger. (travel)

1

They (live)

2

We

3

I can’t find my glasses. them? (you /see)

4

I’m worried. It’s 10 o’clock and Peter yet. (not call)

5

The film

a lot when she was in Scotland since 2009. this cottage in 2006. (buy)

at 6.00 and at 8.00. (start, finish) .......... / 10

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

5


6

Complete. Use the present perfect simple or the present perfect continuous.

0

I

1

Their clothes are dirty. They their bikes. (repair)

2 3 4 5

8

Complete. Use the past perfect simple or past perfect continuous.

0

He had been studying for three hours when he fell asleep. (study)

1

They we arrived. (go)

2

She e-mails all morning and she still has a few to write. (write)

We for our keys for hours when we finally found them. (look)

3

You must study harder. You very well at school lately. (not do)

All the guests o’clock. (leave)

4

Mr Simpson is not here. He the building. (just / leave)

The baby for hours when a loud noise woke her up. (sleep)

5

Mark didn’t join us because he his History project. (not finish)

have never eaten

frogs’ legs. (never / eat)

that car for about

He ten years. (have)

to bed by the time

by 11

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

7

Complete. Use one word in each space.

0

After she lunch.

1

I have been to Paris twice

2

James had all day.

3

the time we reached the station, the bus had already left.

4

My grandfather

5

you enjoy yourself at Mary’s party last Saturday?

6

When I was younger I every Sunday.

7

I can’t get

8

Jennifer has worked in the post office 2006.

9

I’m sorry but I haven’t finished typing the letters .

10

had

tidied her room, she made January.

studying for his Maths test

to work in a car factory.

go to the cinema

to sleeping in my new bed.

He’s on holiday. He’s week.

9

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in bold. Use no more than five words.

0

I last saw Jane on Sunday. since have not seen Jane since I Sunday.

1

This is the best meal I’ve ever eaten. never I such a good meal.

2

I met Ben fifteen years ago. for I fifteen years.

3

He’s never eaten Japanese food before. first This is eaten Japanese food.

4

I moved to Rome three years ago. lived I three years.

5

I’ve never read such a boring book before! ever This is the most boring book read. .......... / 10

to Germany for a

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

6

Total:

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


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Test 2: Units 5-8

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

You must hurry. The bus A will leave B is leaving C leaves

1

I can’t call you at eight o’clock. I with my parents. A ’m having B ’ll having C ’ll be having

11

With , we will be there by midnight. A a piece of luck B a bit of luck C a bit luck

12

I speak French but not fluently. A a few B some C a little

13

Watch out! You off the ladder. A are falling B are going to fall C will be falling

There’s . A a bank in East Street B a bank in the East Street C bank in East Street

14

3

The painting exhibition A ends B is ending C will be ending

are too short for me. A This trouser B These trouser C These trousers

15

4

He will phone us when he A is getting B will get C gets

passed the English test. Only ten out of twenty. A Lots of students B Few students C Little students

5

I a famous singer by the time I’m thirty. A will become B will have become C become

16

6

She bought a bag. A horrible red leather B red horrible leather C leather red horrible

I’m sorry but I finish the project until next week. A wasn’t able to B couldn’t C won’t be able to

17

park outside the museum? A Are we able B Are we allowed C Are we allowed to

18

for a swim? A How about go B What about go C Why don’t we go

19

leave a bit earlier today? A Am I able to B May I C Will I

20

I finish my report yet. A can’t B haven’t been able to C couldn’t

2

7

8

9

10

at seven o’clock.

dinner

this Sunday.

to London.

Gemma sang . A at the concert beautifully last Sunday B beautifully at the concert last Sunday C at the concert last Sunday beautifully Chris eats his younger brother. A more healthily B more healthily than C more healthy than Harry works of all my friends. A the harder B the hardly C the hardest Wait for me! I can’t run A as fast as B more fast than C as faster as

you!

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

7


2

Circle the correct answer.

4

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in brackets.

0

Our bus leaves / is going to leave at 7.30 and we must be ready by 5.30.

0

I’m not as confident as Sue. (more) more confident than Sue is

1

We don’t know what we are doing / are going to do this summer. We haven’t made any plans yet.

2

I will have / will be having lunch with Peter at 12.30 tomorrow.

3

They have booked tickets and they will fly / are flying to New York on Sunday.

4

Will you / Are you going to pass me the salad, please?

5

We can walk to the cinema. The film won’t start / doesn’t start until eight o’clock. .......... / 10

3

Complete. Use one word in each space.

0

This time Austria.

1

By 2020 I will have for 20 years.

2

As soon give us a call.

3

What tomorrow?

4

She will you arrive.

5 6

next

week I will

be

flying to

1

Kelly is a better singer than Ann. (as) Ann can’t sing

If you eat less, you will get thinner. (the) The less you will get.

3

A desktop computer isn’t as expensive as a laptop. (less) A desktop computer a laptop.

4

Her reaction was angry. (reacted) She

5

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

time the time

He have had more than twenty driving lessons by next Monday. the end of August I will enough money to buy a scanner.

.

If she practises more, she will play better. (the) The more she will play.

he gets home, he

left for work

Kelly.

2

living in Athens

you be doing at

me.

5

Circle the correct answer.

0

I completely / fairly agree with you.

1

My dad usually gets up / gets up usually at half past six.

2

She was holding a brown small paper / small brown paper bag.

3

I will meet you at eleven o’clock at the station / at the station at eleven o’clock.

4

We waited patiently at the hall for two hours / at the hall patiently for two hours.

5

They had a fantastic time in Disneyland last week / last week in Disneyland.

saved

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

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

8


Test 2 6

Choose and complete.

8

Circle the correct answer.

0

(is, are) Where them?

0

Will / Shall you get me a carton of milk from the supermarket?

1

Sue has broken her arm. She can’t / couldn’t play tennis.

2

When I was eighteen, I was allowed to / may go out with my friends.

3

He dived into the river and could / was able to save the cat from drowning.

4

I’m afraid I won’t be able to / couldn’t join you next Saturday.

5

My brother can’t / couldn’t speak Italian but he would like to learn.

1 2

3

4 5

are

my binoculars? Have you seen

(isn’t, aren’t) I’m afraid the news

very good.

(carton, can) Can you get me a supermarket?

of milk from the

(pair, piece) If you want to cut it, there’s a scissors in that drawer. (piece, slice) I have a

of

of advice for you: be positive.

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

(luggage, luggages) Shall I help you carry your

? .......... / 10

9

Complete. Use one or two words in each space.

0

We visited the exhibition but we allowed to take photos.

1

I’ve called her three times but I haven’t been to talk to him.

2

May

3

to finish this report I won’t by the end of the day tomorrow.

weren’t

7

Complete. Use a / an, the or -.

0

My brother used to play

1

What is

2

The post office is in

3

My cousin is in accident last week.

4

I read an interesting article in Guardian this morning.

4

Kelly ten months old.

5

That’s

5

6

Mount Olympus is the highest mountain in Greece.

Are passengers allowed use their mobile phones during the flight?

7

There’s

letter for you.

8

There’s

library in Harley Street.

9

92 million people live in

10

the

violin.

capital of Finland? Berkley Square. hospital. He had an

awful shirt he’s wearing.

He sailed across small boat.

ask a question?

walk when she was

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

Philippines.

Atlantic in a

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

Total:

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

9


3

Test 3: Units 9-12

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

Our guests will be here soon. We kitchen. A needn’t B need to C shouldn’t

1

I finish my project by five o’clock today. A mustn’t B need C have to

2

You can stay a bit longer. You before seven. A mustn’t B don’t have to C couldn’t

3

She’s not answering her phone. She A could be B mustn’t be C needn’t be

4

fix my printer because Peter had already I done it for me. A didn’t need to B needn’t C don’t have to

tidy the

blue and red, you get purple. If you A mix B are mixing C will mix

12

us the money, we will have to sell If he our house. A isn’t lending B doesn’t lend C didn’t lend

13

I won’t tell him the truth A unless he will ask B unless he doesn’t ask C unless he asks

14

If I had known they were coming, I A would cook B would be cooking C would have cooked

15

Providing that I me a bonus. A will do B do C I’m doing

16

to school every day. I wish I A didn’t have to walk B don’t have to walk C needn’t walk

17

I would rather play a board game A than listening B than to listen C than listen

18

My sister prefers tea A from B than C to

19

I would prefer to eat out A rather than have B to have C rather than having

20

You’ve broken my MP3 player! I wish you more careful! A would be B are C wouldn’t be

home.

6

There’s any longer. He won’t come. A any point to wait B no point to wait C no point in waiting

7

My best friend offered French homework. A help B to help C helping

10

11

asleep.

Steven is not here. He A may have gone B may go C might go

9

outside. It was A cold for us to eat B too cold for us eat C too cold for us to eat

be back

5

8

10

me with my

You an umbrella with you. It has just started to rain. A would rather take B had better take C had better to take She didn’t have all the questions in her Geography test. A enough time to answer B enough time answer C enough time answering

me.

lunch.

the job well, they’ll pay

to music.

coffee.

dinner at home.

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


Test 3 2

Circle the correct answer.

4

Complete. Use the first, second or third conditional.

0

She can’t have left / couldn’t leave. Her front door is open.

0

I would make another cake if I more eggs and flour. (have)

1

If you to the party last night, you would have met Jonathan. (come)

1

He hadn’t arrived by six o’clock. Do you think I should wait / should have waited for him a bit longer?

had

2

It was your mum’s birthday. You ought to buy / ought to have bought her a present.

2

I would join you if I finish my project. (not have to)

3

We may not go / may not have gone to the park if it rains.

3

If you asked them, they you. (help)

4

She was very upset. You shouldn’t have told / ought not to tell her what happened.

4

If I a famous actor, I would ask him for his autograph. (meet)

5

That can’t be / mustn’t be Mary. She moved to New York last month.

5

She a taxi home if she had had enough money. (get)

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

3

Complete. Use the correct form of the verb.

0

Kevin didn’t let me motorbike. (borrow)

1

I really miss friends. (eat)

2

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

5

Circle the correct answer.

0

If I had known you were going windsurfing I would come / would have come with you.

1

If cats had wings, they would / can fly.

2

I wouldn’t read / wouldn’t have read the e-mail if I had known it was for you.

Apart from jogging every morning, what else did you do? (go)

3

If I were you, I would call / would have called the police.

3

If the DVD player doesn’t work, try the green button. (press)

4

We wouldn’t have been late if our car didn’t break down / hadn’t broken down.

4

It’s not easy (find)

a good job.

5

He won’t finish his project on time unless he started / starts now.

5

We have arranged outside the cinema. (meet)

at six

6

She won’t feel better if she doesn’t get / won’t get some rest.

6

I’m sorry! I didn’t mean your feelings. (hurt)

7

I wouldn’t have overslept if my alarm clock had gone off / went off.

7

They were hungry and they stopped something to eat. (get)

8

If we don’t / didn’t hurry up, we will miss the beginning of the play.

8

Please stop noise! (make)

9

They wouldn’t have got lost / wouldn’t get lost if they had brought a map with them.

9

You’d better your files before you turn off your computer. (save)

10

If my best friend did that to me, I would / will forgive her.

10

I will never forget the Acropolis for the first time when I was ten years old! (visit)

borrow

his

out with my

so mush

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

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

11


6

Rewrite the sentences. Use the verb in brackets.

8

Complete. Use the correct form of the verb.

0

It’s not necessary for you to print this document. (have) don’t have to print You this document.

0

I can’t join you because I’m too busy. If only I had some free time. (have)

1

She would prefer rather than call her. (send)

2

I would rather don’t mind. (not talk)

3

If only they (tell)

4

I wish I

5

I had a car accident last week. If only I more careful. (be)

1

2

Why didn’t she go to the doctor? (should) She to the doctor. We don’t have to book tickets for the concert. (needn’t) We tickets for the concert.

3

I’m sure they didn’t invite Ellie to the party. (can’t) They Ellie to the party.

4

Maybe he has turned his mobile off. (may) He his mobile off.

5

If I were you, I would study harder. (ought) You harder.

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in bold. Use no more than five words.

0

I can’t find my glasses. Maybe I left them in my car. may may have left I can’t find my glasses. I them in my car.

1

We got wet. We didn’t take an umbrella with us. ought We got wet. We an umbrella with us.

2

She’s too short to reach the top shelf. enough She reach the top shelf.

3

You should try not to eat junk food very often. avoid You should junk food very often.

4

I think you should apologise to them. would If I apologise to them.

5

I don’t get on well with my brother. wish I well with my brother.

about it if you me about this sooner!

how to dance. (know)

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

9

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in brackets.

0

We woke up late and didn’t catch the train. (enough) We didn’t wake up early enough to catch the train.

1

This laptop isn’t cheap enough for me to buy. (too)

2

Mary feels too ill to go to work today. (well)

3

Mark isn’t confident enough to ask Sue out. (shy)

4

The children aren’t old enough to travel on their own. (too)

5

It’s too cold to go windsurfing today. (warm)

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

7

her an e-mail

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

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

12

Total:

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


4

Test 4: Units 13-16

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

We the woman we had to leave. A told B told to C said

1

Sue said that she had seen Kelly A last week B the previous week C a week ago

2

They asked . A not to leave B not leave C not leaving

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

.

Christopher asked me how much new laptop. A did I pay B I had paid C have I paid

That was the day A which B where C when

we told him the truth.

12

Mark said that he the noise. A won’t be able to B won’t C couldn’t

sleep because of

13

That’s the restaurant last week. A when B which C where

14

Her mum asked her A not to make B to not make C not make

15

The woman the police. A which B who C whose

16

He asked her where A had they gone B did they go C they had gone

17

The computer at the moment. You can’t use it. A is being fixed B is fixing C is fixed

18

The Eiffel Tower in 1889 and it is the tallest building in Paris. A built B has been built C was built

19

Crete by millions of tourists every summer. A has visited B is visited C has been visited

20

The tickets for the show A were booking B booked C were booked

for my

Emily asked me . A who was that girl B who that girl was C who is that girl They said they the day before. A have been studying B had been studying C have studied He me to call Tim at five o’clock. A reminded B warned C admitted They accused her A of B about C on

11

lying.

She suggested at nine o’clock on Monday morning. A meeting B to meet C meet Ann that she had made a mistake. A ordered B admitted C warned Peter me not to eat so many sweets. A complained B advised C informed

we had dinner

a mess.

purse was stolen called

.

last week.

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

13


2

Report the statements.

4

Report the questions.

0

Tim said, ‘She has been training hard.’ Tim said that she had been training hard.

0

1

Abbie said, ‘He should see a doctor.’

‘How long have you been waiting?’ she asked him. She asked him how long he has been waiting.

1

‘Did you phone Rob?’ I asked her.

John said, ‘My mum will be furious if she finds out.’

2

‘Why were you crying?’ he asked me.

3

‘They are leaving today,’ he told us.

3

‘Do you trust her?’ I asked him.

4

Andrew said, ‘My dad lived in Spain twenty years ago.’

4

‘Can you pick me up at four?’ she asked me.

5 5

‘I must take the test again,’ she told them.

‘How often do you check your e-mails?’ I asked him.

2

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

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

3

Join the sentences. Use defining relative clauses.

5

Rewrite the sentences in the passive. Include the agent only where necessary.

0

The invitation is on my desk. It’s for Mr Johnson. The invitation which is on my desk is for Mr Johnson.

0

They are going to film the movie this summer. The movie is going to be filmed this summer.

1

Tim Berners-Lee invented the Web in 1989.

1

That’s the restaurant. I had my engagement party there last summer. 2

They make leather sandals in Greece.

What’s the name of the actress? She played Cleopatra.

3

They are building a hospital next to the supermarket.

Where’s the young man? His car is parked outside the hospital.

4

A famous journalist might interview him tomorrow.

5

Paul Bernard is going to design her wedding dress.

2

3

4

5

That was the day. She married Peter.

Click on the printer icon. It’s on the left.

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

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Test 4 6

Report the statements. Use the verb in brackets.

0

‘I’ll tell her the truth!’ I said. (threatened) I threatened to tell / that I would tell her the truth.

1

2

3

8

Join the sentences. Use non-defining relative clauses. Use the second sentence in the relative clause.

0

Mr Stevens owns the toy shop. His son is my best friend. Mr Stevens, whose son is my best friend, owns the toy shop.

1

That building was built in 1950. It used to be a theatre.

2

J.K.Rowling wrote the ‘Harry Potter’ books. She was born in Bristol in 1965.

3

We stayed in a beautiful villa. A famous singer was born there.

4

His favourite TV programme is called Home and Away. He never misses it.

5

Sheila was very upset. Her laptop had crashed.

‘Please lend us your camera,’ they said to him. (begged)

‘My scanner has broken down!’ he said. (complained)

‘Send them an e-mail,’ I told her. (advised)

4

‘I’ll fix your printer,’ he said. (promised)

5

‘I’m sorry I forgot your birthday,’ she said. (apologised)

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

7

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in bold. Use no more than five words.

0

Iktinos and Kallikrates designed the Parthenon in 447 BC. by was designed by The Parthenon Iktinos and Kallikrates in 447 BC.

1

Mrs Brown must sign the documents. The documents Mrs Brown.

be

2

She’s the woman. She runs the Chinese restaurant. who She’s the Chinese restaurant.

3

‘Are you going to stay?’ she asked me. whether She asked me to stay.

4

‘Yes, I scratched your CD,’ he said. admitted He my CD.

5

‘Why don’t we buy her a camera for her birthday?’ I said. suggested I buy her a camera for her birthday.

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

9

Report the commands and requests.

0

‘Please tidy up your room.’ She asked us to tidy up our room.

1

‘Don’t use your mobile in class.’ He told me

2

‘Please be here at ten o’clock.’ She asked me

3

‘Don’t forget your password.’ They told us

4

‘Don’t turn off your computers.’ She told us

5

‘Please fill in this form.’ He asked me

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Total:

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5

Test 5: Units 17-20

1

Circle the correct answer.

0

He by Mr Golding. A had tested his eyes B had his eyes test C had his eyes tested

11

Have you any idea when ? A the meeting will take place B will the meeting take place C is the meeting taking place

1

How often dry-cleaned? A have you had your clothes B do you have your clothes C will you have your clothes

12

2

I tomorrow. A will have fixed the CD player B will have the CD player fix C will have the CD player fixed

Tim forgot his passport and get on the plane. A therefore B because C however

13

In that they had trained really hard, they didn’t win. A spite of the fact B spite of C spite the fact

14

Kim likes music A despite B whereas C although

15

They lowered their prices customers. A in spite of B in case C in order to

16

The plane A took off B went off C set off

17

He wasn’t at home. I’ll A ring him up B ring up him C ring up

18

Kelly is counting A in B at C on

19

I’ve got a headache. I think I am coming a cold. A over B down C down with

20

He studied for his English test. A Even though B Though C However

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

16

My mum when I called her. A was having her photo taken B was having her photo take C is having her photo taken I can’t drive you to the airport. I A was having my car B have my car C am having my car

serviced.

He has to his house every morning. A delivered the newspaper B the newspaper deliver C the newspaper delivered Tyrannosaurus Rex became extinct 65 million years ago, ? A doesn’t it B hasn’t it C didn’t it I’m shorter than you, A aren’t I B won’t I C don’t I

?

Someone delivered a package for Mrs Lee, A didn’t he B didn’t they C didn’t she Nothing went wrong, A did it B do they C does it

?

?

Can you tell me ? A how this program works B how does this program work C how does this program works

he couldn’t

her brother prefers sports.

attract more

at six o’clock.

later.

her parents’ help.

, he failed.

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Test 5 2

Complete. Use indirect questions.

4

Complete. Use question tags.

0

Is this the right answer? I’d like to know if / whether this is the right answer ?

0

That’s your older sister,

1

Call me after six,

2

He didn’t reply to our e-mail,

?

3

Susan went to Kelly’s party,

?

4

You’re not hungry,

5

They hadn’t met before,

6

I’m your best friend,

7

She’s been here before,

8

He doesn’t like ice skating,

9

They live in France,

1

Can she join us? Do you know ?

2

Why was he shouting at her? I wonder ?

3

What are they making? Have you any idea ?

4

Where is the sports centre? Could you tell me

10 ?

5

isn’t it

?

?

? ? ? ? ? ?

Someone delivered flowers for her birthday, ?

When will the wedding take place? I wonder

.......... / 10 ?

5

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

3

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in bold. Use no more than five words.

0

I will ask someone to fix the scanner tomorrow. have will have the scanner fixed I tomorrow.

1 2

3

4

5

Replace the underlined words with the correct form of a phrasal verb from the box. call off come up with give up set off take after take up rely on run into

0

I met an old friend of mine on my way to school.

1

Sue has started ice skating.

2

They’re counting on their parents to help them.

3

David thought of a brilliant idea.

4

Jane looks a lot like her mother.

She didn’t go to work because she was feeling sick. fact She didn’t go to work she was feeling sick.

5

They might cancel the wedding.

6

We began our journey early in the morning.

7

You should stop smoking.

It’s a very interesting book. I’ve read it three times. such It’s I’ve read it three times.

0

Have they finished? Could you tell

if ?

We went there early to get good seats. We went there early good seats.

as

Although he was sad, he went to the party. spite , he went to the party.

ran into

4

1

5

2

6

3

7

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17


6

Complete. Use the words and phrases in the box. although because of despite due however in order in spite so whereas

in order

0

She left early flight.

1

The bus arrived late traffic.

the heavy

2

There was couldn’t hear them.

much noise that we

3

They cancelled the concert the fact that it was snowing.

4

He was exhausted. to help us.

8

Rewrite the sentences in the causative form.

0

Mr Brown tests her eyes twice a year. She has her eyes tested by Mr Brown twice a year.

1

He’s going to ask someone to cut his hair tomorrow. He’s

2

The dentist pulled out Christine’s tooth. Christine

3

Someone is delivering my new printer tomorrow. I

4

They must ask someone to clean the garage. They

5

James has asked the secretary to type the letters. James

not to miss her

to , he offered

they were guilty, they didn’t

5 apologise. 6

I walk to work goes by bus.

7

She went on working a headache.

8

my husband of having

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

living in Italy, they don’t speak Italian.

9

Are the sentences right or wrong? Tick (✓) or cross (✗).

0

We went to the beach despite of the rain.

.......... / 8

7

Choose and complete.

0

(although, despite) She was in a very good mood her illness.

1

2

00 I didn’t eat the sandwich even though I was hungry.

despite

(whereas, in spite of) My brother’s room is always untidy mine is always tidy. (Even though, However) She had been studying for days. she didn’t pass her English test.

3

(Therefore, While) She left her passport at home. they didn’t let her get on the plane.

4

(in order to, in case) I will need your help have everything ready for tomorrow’s meeting.

5

(so that, so as to) He gave me his e-mail address I can contact him.

1

She took her swimsuit with her in order she went swimming.

2

They didn’t go for a picnic due to the rain.

3

He couldn’t play in last week’s game because of a leg injury.

4

It had been such long and tiring day that they all went to bed early.

5

This laptop is faster and while more expensive.

6

In spite she was angry, she said nothing.

7

He’s only five years old. However, he can read and write very well.

8

They talked quietly so as not to wake the baby.

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18

Total:

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Final Test: Units 1-20 1

Circle the correct answer.

0

I’m busy today. I A see B am seeing C will see

1

Our new drama teacher A appears B is appearing C will appear

2

That green van A belongs B is belonging C belong

3

While Mum was washing the dishes, she a plate. A breaks B broke C was breaking

the doctor at six o’clock.

to be very nice.

to my dad.

11

He found a box in the attic. A tiny wooden black B black tiny wooden C tiny black wooden

12

The earlier we set off, A the sooner B sooner C the soonest

13

of luck, we will finish the project With a this weekend. A pair B piece C bit

14

You don’t need to hurry. We’ve got A little B lots of C no

time.

check

we’ll get there.

4

At three o’clock on Tuesday afternoon we our roles for the school play. A were practising B practised C have practised

15

He had his laptop with him and he his e-mails. A can B was able to C is able to

5

We here before. We came last week. A have been B have gone C came

16

You park outside the hospital. A are not allowed to B not allowed to C are not allowed

6

Ken in the post office since 2008. A had worked B worked C has worked

17

There’s no answer. He his mobile phone. A may switch off B may have switched off C may have switch off

7

I didn’t know her name because we A haven’t met B hadn’t met C didn’t meet

before.

18

You hungry. You’ve eaten five slices of pizza! A must be B can’t be C can be

8

When it started to snow, we for three hours. A have already been driving B have already driven C had already been driving

19

There any longer. She won’t come. A is no point in waiting B is no point to wait C is any point in waiting

9

Susan is very good. I’m sure she A is getting B will get C gets

20

You’d better outside. A putting on B put on C to put on

10

the job.

What this evening? Do you want to go bowling with us? A will you do B are you doing C do you do

your jacket! It’s freezing

19


21

You can borrow my laptop with it. A provided you are B provided you will be C provided you were

22

If I had been more careful, I mistakes. A would make B will have made C would have made

23

24

25

26

27

very careful

at the moment. Peter’s car A is being repaired B is repairing C be repaired

32

The exam results . A have just announced B have just been announced C have just been announce

33

Do you need ? A to have your bedroom repainted B to have repainted your bedroom C to have had your bedroom repainted

34

Did last week? A you have your hair cut B you have cut your hair C you had your hair cut

35

Everyone’s hungry, A aren’t you B aren’t they C don’t they

36

You’ve got three children, A haven’t you B have you C hasn’t he

37

cars are important for everyone, they create pollution. A Although B However C Despite

38

Turn off the lights when you leave the room use less energy. A in order that B so as to C so that

39

Emma was by her grandparents. A broken down B called off C brought up

40

I trust her. She will never A set me off B let me down C keep me up

fewer

I wish I to Tessa’s party tomorrow. A didn’t have to go B won’t have to go C haven’t had to go She prefers walking A than cycle B than to cycling C to cycling

31

.

He said he would see us A the next day B tomorrow C the previous day

.

I asked her why . A was she crying B had she been crying C she had been crying We suggested a digital camera for his birthday. A to buy him B buying him C to buying him

28

George advised me A not watching B not to watch C not watch

29

That’s the park A that B when C where

30

What’s the name of the actress Cleopatra? A which B that C whose

so much TV.

we go jogging.

played

?

?

.

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20


Final Test 2

Complete. Use one word in each space.

0

The boots aren’t as comfortable trainers.

1

That’s a very interesting

2

Maths

3

There’s a table.

4

The government should help this country.

5

I won’t be don’t help me.

6

He may not

7

We were walking with the others.

8

I’m sorry but I forgot about the meeting.

9

I wish I

10

as

the

of news!

4

Complete. Use one word in each space.

0

A: It’s a beautiful day! B: Why don’t we go for a swim?

1

A: I’ll be ready in five minutes. B: you like me to wait for you?

2

A: I’m bored! B: How

my favourite subject. of scissors on the kitchen poor in

to do this project if you woken up yet. slowly to catch up

3

to use a dictionary during A: Are we the exam? B: No, we aren’t.

4

A: Dinner’s ready! B: I set the table?

5

A: I’m hungry! B: Me too!

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help you but I’m very busy. than go

I would prefer to stay here home.

Complete. Use the words and phrases in the box. after

by

long

’s make something to eat.

tell Anna

5

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in bold. Use no more than five words.

0

Excuse me, may I use my mobile phone on the plane? allowed am I allowed to use Excuse me, my mobile phone on the plane?

1

Jenny and Kate are the same age. Jenny is

2

If we are tired, we work more slowly. The more tired we work.

3

She was twenty-two, so she could hire a motorbike. allowed She was twenty-two, so a motorbike.

4

Let’s have some tea. What

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

3

going to the cinema?

since

when

0

They hadn’t finished breakfast I woke up.

1

I haven’t seen Jenny Monday.

2

How your neighbour?

while

when last

has Mr Smith been

3

she had cleaned the house, she cooked lunch.

4

I heard a strange noise studying for my test.

5

five o’clock I had read and replied to all my e-mails.

I was

5

old Kate. the

about some tea?

He couldn’t fix the printer himself. able He the printer himself. .......... / 5

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

21


6

Rewrite the sentences in the passive.

8

Complete. Use the first, second, third conditional.

0

They have already delivered the parcel. The parcel has already been delivered.

0

starts If the baby call Mum. (start)

1

If I were you, I

2

He would have passed his Geography test if he for it. (revise)

3

She (forgive)

4

If I had known it was his birthday, I him a card. (send)

5

I would send him the link if I his e-mail address. (have).

1

We will send the wedding invitations by e-mail. The wedding invitations

2

Sam Taylor took that beautiful photo. That beautiful photo

3

They can’t repair her motorbike. Her motorbike

4

5

7

Norgay and Hillary climbed Mount Everest for the first time in 1953. Mount Everest

crying, you should on a diet. (go)

him if he apologises.

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

9

Report the statements. Use the verb in brackets.

0

‘Yes, I broke the vase,’ she said. (admitted) She admitted breaking / that she had broken the vase.

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

1

‘Don’t press that button!’ he said to me. (warned)

Rewrite the sentences. Use the word in bold. Use no more than five words.

2

‘We’ll call you soon,’ they said to me. (promised)

3

‘Why don’t we order a pizza?’ he said to her. (suggested)

They use milk, eggs and cocoa to make these cookies. These cookies

0

Maybe he’s gone to the doctor. could could have gone He to the doctor.

1

I regret not inviting him to my party. only If him to my party.

2

Why didn’t you ask her for help? should You her for help.

3

He won’t go to sleep if you don’t tell him a story. unless He won’t go to sleep him a story.

4

‘We have to book tickets for the concert,’ he said to her. (reminded)

4

You should stop lying to me! I wish

5

‘You cheated in the exam,’ she told him. (accused)

5

You’re too young to watch this film. You aren’t film.

would to me! old this

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22

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Final Test 10 0 1

Circle the correct answer.

11

Rewrite the sentences in the causative form.

I haven’t decided yet. I still think / am still thinking about it.

0

Did you ever eat / Have you ever eaten frogs’ legs before?

Someone stole all their money! They had all their money stolen!

1

Someone delivers Dad’s newspaper to our house every morning. Dad

2

She’s going to ask someone to redecorate her bedroom. She

3

An Italian architect will design their new villa. They

4

A famous artist has painted my grandma’s portrait. My grandma

5

A computer expert set up their new network. They

2

Her clothes are dirty. She has been washing / was washing the car.

3

This is the first time I travelled / I have travelled abroad.

4

I have already finished / had already finished school when my parents moved to New York.

5

I haven’t been to the cinema for / since months.

6

It was a beautiful morning. The birds had sung / were singing and the sun was shining.

7

What time did he finish / has he finished work yesterday?

8

By the time we arrived, the guests were going / had gone home.

9

We slept / had been sleeping for hours when a loud noise woke us up.

10

I went to see the doctor on Tuesday because I have not been feeling / had not been feeling well.

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

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Total:

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