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Put a, an, the, or nothing into each gap.

I want to go to ____ Chinese restaurant. Do you like ________ Chinese food?

A) a, the;

B) the, a;

C) the, the;

D) a, ___;

E) a, a.


Fill in the gaps with one of the words from the box. Sometimes no word is necessary.

ago last in for on at to

I found a flat ___ my own _____ last year

A) for, in;

B) in, at;

C) on, ____;

D) in, in;

E) at, ago.


Complete the sentence with the correct pronoun.

Anna buys a newspaper every day. ______ reads ______ on the train.

A) her, it;

B) she, them;

C) she, it;

D) hers, it;

E) it, her.


41. Write short answer to the question. Use do, does, donít and doesnít.

Does their daughter like sports?

A) Yes, she does.

B) No, she not.

C) Yes, they doesnít.

D) No, she donít.

Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.

1 2 3 4 5

always / children/ are/ our/ early

A) 2 3 1 5 4;

B) 4 2 3 1 5;

C) 4 2 1 3 5;

D) 1 3 4 2 5;

E) 2 4 3 5 1.


Complete the sentence with in, on, to, or at.

I usually go_____ home ____ the weekend.

A) ___, in;

B) on, in;

C) __, at;

D) at, at;

E) to, on.


Make the negative verbs positive.

I didnít have a lot of time, so I didnít do the shopping.

A) I did a lot of time, so I did the shopping.

B) I had a lot of time, so I do the shopping.

C) I have a lot of time, so I did the shopping.

D) I had a lot of time, so I doing the shopping.

E) I had a lot of time, so I did the shopping.


Complete the sentence with a, an, some and any.

I bought ____ fruit, but they didnít have _____ vegetables.

A) some, any;

B) any, any;

C) a, some;

D) some, a;

E) some, some.


Put the words in the correct order to make sentences or questions.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

books/ have/ many/ you/ buy/ so/ why/ did/ to?

A) 8 4 5 6 3 1 2 9 7;

B) 6 2 7 1 3 5 4 8 9;

C) 8 5 4 1 6 3 2 7 9;

D) 7 8 4 5 6 3 1 2 9;

E) 7 8 4 2 9 5 6 3 1.


First Conditional and time clauses. Put the verb in brackets in the correct form with will or the Present Simple.

I _____ (do) my homework as soon as this programme ______ (finish).

A) will did will finish;

B) will do finishes;

C) will do finish;

D) did will finishes;

E) will be done finished.


Complete the sentence with a preposition from the box.

about after for in to over with at

Peter stayed _____ his grandmother ______ Christmas.

A) with, on;

B) for, about;

C) at, for;

D) with, at;

E) with, about.


Complete the sentence with the positive form of the verb.

He didnít write a letter, he_____ a postcard.

A) written;

B) did write;

C) wrote;

D) writed;

E) writes.


Second Conditional. Put the verbs in the correct form, Past Simple or would.

I _______ (go) to the party if I _______ (not be) so busy.

A) went wasnít be;

B) would go wasnít;

C) would go wasnít been;

D) would gone wasnít;

E) go wasnít.


Use and, so, as far as, too, but to join the following sentence.

We havenít got a dishwasher ______ we havenít got a microwave oven.

A) so;

B) but;

C) as far as;

D) and;

E) too.


Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense.

I ______ (start) learning English at school when I was eleven, so I _________ (learn) it for nearly ten years.

A) started have learnt;

B) am starting learned;

C) start was learnt;

D) was starting learn;

E) started learning.


Make question about the missing information.

The supermarket closes at _________.

A) When supermarket closes?

B) What time do the supermarket closes?

C) What time does the supermarket close?

D) When the supermarket does close?

E) What time supermarket closes?


Put the necessary preposition into each gap. Sometimes no preposition is necessary.

She arrived ____ England ______1977.

A) to, in;

B) on, on;

C) to, on;

D) at, in;

E) in, in.



Put the verb in brackets in the correct tense, Present Perfect or Past Simple.

I _______(live) in London for eight years, and I donít want to move.

A) have live;

B) has lived;

C) have living;

D) lived;

E) have lived.


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