Jenna gave a birthday party last night. We all had great fun although we knew it was not her birthday because she was born on 13/06/1992. Jenna was born on_____.
A. the thirteenth of June, nineteen ninety-two
B. thirteen of the June, nineteen ninety-two
C. thirteenth of June, nineteen ninety-two
D. June thirteenth, of nineteen ninety-two
Lana, Roger, Debbie, and Steven all attend the same school. They spend a lot of time together. They have many things in common. However, this summer they have decided to plan their summer holidays on their own. They will go hitchhiking in Europe.
Look at the table below and choose the correct answer:
A. All of them will visit different countries during the same months.
B. None of them will be in the same country during the same month.
C. Lana will visit three countries during the summer.
D. Two of them will visit the same country during the same month.
1. Yes, I’ve walked a lot and now I’m tired and hungry.
2. What is on the menu? Let me see…
3. I don’t understand this. Let’s ask the waiter for advice.
4. Have you had a good afternoon, Susan?
5. I am too. What shall we have?
The correct order of sentences to form a dialogue is _________.
A. 1 2 5 4 3
B. 2 1 4 5 3
C. 4 1 5 2 3
D. 4 3 5 2 1
ONLY ONE of the words below CANNOT be used to complete the following sentence. Which one?
Look! They’re coming! Can’t you see them? Jane is the ___________ girl wearing a white hat.
Read the following sentences and then choose a sentence to complete the dialogue:
Ben: This is an Identikit picture of Brian Smith. Look for him at airports and seaports.
Diana: What has he done? Why is he wanted?
Ben: He’s a pickpocket, _____________
A. he steals money, credit cards, passports…
B. he robs banks and cash-points.
C. he breaks into houses.
D. he kidnaps children.
In the following dialogue:
Rowena: Prince Charles will be in Oxford tomorrow and meet the mayor of Oxford.
Tim: Who told you that? Let’s go and ___________ him?
from the following words:
4. chat with
Tim should say, ‘salute’ because _______.
A. this is what we do when we meet our friends.
B. this is what people usually do when they meet a prince.
C. this is how you show your respect to an important personality.
D. it is not unusual for us to meet the members of the royal family.
Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence:
He always wants to give __________ to people around him.
The sentence ‘I have been reading for ages.’ is in the ______.
A. Present simple tense
B. Present perfect tense
C. Present continuous tense
D. Present perfect continuous tense
Look at the following verbs. One of them DOES NOT exist. Which one?
Choose the best way to join the following sentences:
They want to be happy.
Understanding what makes people happy is essential.
A. They want to be happy so understanding what makes them happy is essential.
B. They want to be happy because understanding what makes them happy is essential.
C. They want to be happy that understanding what makes them happy is essential.
D. They want to be happy although understanding what makes them happy is essential.
Choose the correct sentence:
A. We thought of him never as part of the family despite that the fact he was one of us.
B. We never thought of him as part of the family despite the fact that he was one of us.
C. We never thought of him as of the family part despite that the fact he was one of us.
D. Despite we never thought of him as part of the family the fact that he was one of us.
Look at the words in the box:
asked – one – interviewer – for – the – of – opinion – workers – the – his
The correct combination to form a sentence is:
A. The interviewer asked one of the workers for his opinion.
B. The interviewer asked for his opinion one of the workers.
C. The interviewer for his opinion asked one of the workers.
D. For his opinion the interviewer asked one of the workers.
Which word is different?
Choose the correct word to complete the following sentences:
I could not ______________ his questions easily.
They will _____________ all that you ask.
Which word below does NOT rhyme with the word victorious?
In the string of words: carefully, amazingly, wonderfully, carelessly, encouragingly, the word carelessly is different because ___________.
A. it is an adjective
B. it is an adverb
C. its meaning is positive
D. its meaning is negative
Read the paragraph carefully:
Western Australia is eight times the size of Britain, but it has only one million people. 900,000 of them live in and around the state capital, Perth. The other 100,000 people live in ‘the outback’, an area of 2,500,000 square kilometres. The area is hot and dry. Temperatures are usually over 300C in summer and sometimes 400C. It hardly ever rains. Sheep farming is the main occupation, and the farms are called ‘sheep stations’ in Australia.The children can’t go to school, and they hardly ever see a teacher. They have lessons from a two-way radio. It’s called ‘The School of the Air’. The children can speak to the teacher and other children in the class by radio.
Look at the highlighted part of the text and complete the following sentence:
The author _____________________________.
A. knows exactly how big the area and population of Western Australia is.
B. is speculating about the size of the area and population of Western Australia.
C. is not certain about the size of the area and population of Western Australia.
D. doesn’t know the exact size of the area of Western Australia.
The following sign means:
A. taxis are not allowed to park here.
B. you can find a taxi near here.
C. the road is blocked for taxis.
D. taxi transport is for free in this area.
In many countries people celebrate holidays of different kinds. This particular holiday is very much appreciated by children. On this occasion they wear masks and fancy costumes and go door to door saying ‘Trick or treat’. Below is the symbol of this holiday:
The holiday is called:
Read the following paragraph:
Dianna went shopping yesterday. She first went into a greengrocer’s. She bought a kilo of English apples. They cost £1.85. Then she took a kilo of French pears. They were £1.25. She also bought a kilo of English strawberries and half a kilo of Italian grapes. She paid £2.70 for these. She paid __________ altogether.
A. five pounds and eighty pence
B. six pounds and eighty pence
C. four pounds and eighty pence
D. three pounds and eighty pence