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Cambridge English Language Assessment.

  • 1. When can we meet again?
    • When are you free?
    • It was two days ago.
    • Can you help me?
  • 2. My aunt is going to stay with me.
    • How do you do?
    • How long for?
    • How was it?
  • 3. When do you study?
    • at school
    • in the evenings
    • in the library
  • 4. Would you prefer lemonade or orange juice?
    • Have you got anything else?
    • If you like.
    • Are you sure about that?
  • 5. Let's have dinner now.
    • You aren't eating.
    • There aren't any.
    • Tom isn't here yet
  • 6. The snow was ...... heavily when I left the house.
    • dropping
    • landing
    • falling
    • descending
  • 7. I can't find my keys anywhere - I ...... have left them at work.
    • can
    • must
    • ought
    • would
  • 8. When a car pulled out in front of her, Jane did well not to ...... control of her bicycle.
    • miss
    • lose
    • fail
    • drop
  • 9. According to Richard's ...... the train leaves at 7 o'clock.
    • opinion
    • advice
    • knowledge
    • information
  • 10. When you stay in a country for some time you get used to the people's ...... of life.
    • habit
    • custom
    • way
    • system
  • 11. The builders are ...... good progress with the new house.
    • getting
    • doing
    • making
    • taking
  • 12. She is now taking a more positive ...... to her studies and should do well.
    • attitude
    • behaviour
    • manner
    • style
  • 13. My father ...... his new car for two weeks now.
    • has had
    • has
    • is having
    • had
  • 14. What differences are there ...... the English spoken in the UK and the English spoken in the US?
    • among
    • between
    • beside
    • with
  • 15. At 6 p.m. I started to get angry with him because he was late ......
    • as usual.
    • in general.
    • typically.
    • usually.
  • 16. ...... you get your father's permission, I'll take you skiing next weekend.
    • Although
    • Provided
    • As
    • Unless
  • 17. A local company has agreed to ...... the school team with football shirts.
    • contribute
    • supply
    • give
    • produce
  • 18. I really enjoy stories that are ...... in the distant future.
    • found
    • set
    • put
    • placed
  • 19. That old saucepan will come in ...... when we go camping.
    • convenient
    • fitting
    • handy
    • suitable
  • 20. Anyone ...... after the start of the play is not allowed in until the interval.
    • arrives
    • has arrived
    • arriving
    • arrived
  • 21. I didn't ...... driving home in the storm so I stayed overnight in a hotel.
    • fancy
    • desire
    • prefer
    • want
  • 22. The judge said that those prepared to...... in crime must be ready to suffer the consequences.
    • involve
    • engage
    • undertake
    • enlist
  • 23. Marianne seemed to take ...... at my comments on her work.
    • annoyance
    • insult
    • offence
    • indignation
  • 24. You should not have a dog if you are not ...... to look after it.
    • prepared
    • adapted
    • arranged
    • decided
  • 25. The farmhouse was so isolated that they had to generate their own electricity ......
    • current.
    • supply.
    • grid.
    • power.

Cambridge English Language Assessment. KEYS

  • 1. When can we meet again?
    • When are you free?
    • It was two days ago.
    • Can you help me?
  • 2. My aunt is going to stay with me.
    • How do you do?
    • How long for?
    • How was it?
  • 3. When do you study?
    • at school
    • in the evenings
    • in the library
  • 4. Would you prefer lemonade or orange juice?
    • Have you got anything else?
    • If you like.
    • Are you sure about that?
  • 5. Let's have dinner now.
    • You aren't eating.
    • There aren't any.
    • Tom isn't here yet
  • 6. The snow was ...... heavily when I left the house.
    • dropping
    • landing
    • falling
    • descending
  • 7. I can't find my keys anywhere - I ...... have left them at work.
    • can
    • must
    • ought
    • would
  • 8. When a car pulled out in front of her, Jane did well not to ...... control of her bicycle.
    • miss
    • lose
    • fail
    • drop
  • 9. According to Richard's ...... the train leaves at 7 o'clock.
    • opinion
    • advice
    • knowledge
    • information
  • 10. When you stay in a country for some time you get used to the people's ...... of life.
    • habit
    • custom
    • way
    • system
  • 11. The builders are ...... good progress with the new house.
    • getting
    • doing
    • making
    • taking
  • 12. She is now taking a more positive ...... to her studies and should do well.
    • attitude
    • behaviour
    • manner
    • style
  • 13. My father ...... his new car for two weeks now.
    • has had
    • has
    • is having
    • had
  • 14. What differences are there ...... the English spoken in the UK and the English spoken in the US?
    • among
    • between
    • beside
    • with
  • 15. At 6 p.m. I started to get angry with him because he was late ......
    • as usual.
    • in general.
    • typically.
    • usually.
  • 16. ...... you get your father's permission, I'll take you skiing next weekend.
    • Although
    • Provided
    • As
    • Unless
  • 17. A local company has agreed to ...... the school team with football shirts.
    • contribute
    • supply
    • give
    • produce
  • 18. I really enjoy stories that are ...... in the distant future.
    • found
    • set
    • put
    • placed
  • 19. That old saucepan will come in ...... when we go camping.
    • convenient
    • fitting
    • handy
    • suitable
  • 20. Anyone ...... after the start of the play is not allowed in until the interval.
    • arrives
    • has arrived
    • arriving
    • arrived
  • 21. I didn't ...... driving home in the storm so I stayed overnight in a hotel.
    • fancy
    • desire
    • prefer
    • want
  • 22. The judge said that those prepared to...... in crime must be ready to suffer the consequences.
    • involve
    • engage
    • undertake
    • enlist
  • 23. Marianne seemed to take ...... at my comments on her work.
    • annoyance
    • insult
    • offence
    • indignation
  • 24. You should not have a dog if you are not ...... to look after it.
    • prepared
    • adapted
    • arranged
    • decided
  • 25. The farmhouse was so isolated that they had to generate their own electricity ......
    • current.
    • supply.
    • grid.
    • power.

 




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