Dan won the school award for the best essay. The award included a monthly scholarship of £1,358. He was paid _________ last month.
A. one thousand, three hundred fifty and eight pounds
B. one thousand and three hundred and fifty-eight pounds
C. one thousand, three hundred, fifty-eight pounds
D. one thousand, three hundred and fifty-eight pounds
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. Debbie will stay in France for more than a month.
B. Debbie will visit the same countries as Lana during the summer.
C. All of them will visit Austria during the summer.
D. Roger will start with Belgium and end his trip with France.
1. Tom wanted to go to a show.
2. They came by car this morning.
3. It is Saturday afternoon and Susan and Tom are in London.
4. After lunch Susan wanted to do some shopping.
5. They arranged to meet for a meal at 6 o’clock.
The correct order of sentences to form a dialogue is:
A. 3 2 1 5 4
B. 1 2 3 4 5
C. 3 2 4 1 5
D. 4 5 2 1 2
ONLY ONE of the words below CANNOT be used to complete the following sentence. Which one?
I don’t like this flat! The traffic is very ________ on this road so I find it impossible to concentrate on anything.
Read this text and then choose a sentence to complete the paragraph:
Peter got up at dawn. He got into his car and started driving. He drove for ten hours before he arrived home. When he got there, he was very tired because __________.
A. he had been driving all day long
B. he didn’t want to come home
C. it had dawned.
D. it had got dark.
In the following dialogue:
Sebastian: Roger Wickham will arrive on a 1250 c.c. Honda motorcycle on Sunday and he’ll meet the local schoolchildren.
Caroline: I don’t believe my ears. Shall we all go and __________ him?
from the following expressions:
3. shout at
Maggie should say, ‘cheer’ because _______.
A. this is how we show that we do not like someone or his behaviour.
B. this is how we show our approval and appreciation to someone.
C. this is what we do when we are angry or annoyed by someone.
D. this is what we do when we want to make fun of someone
Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence:
I don’t think that this house is ________.
The sentence ‘He had told him about that earlier.’ is in the _________.
A. Past simple tense
B. Past perfect tense
C. Past continuous tense
D. Past perfect continuous tense
Look at the following adjectives. One of them DOES NOT exist. Which one?
Choose the best way to join the following sentences:
They are not very happy.
They have a big house and successful careers.
A. They are not very happy even though they have a big house and successful careers.
B. They are not very happy and so they have a big house and successful careers.
C. They are not very happy because they have a big house and successful careers.
D. They are not very happy since they have a big house and successful careers.
Choose the correct sentence:
A. Just to be with you honest, a lot of the jokes Sam us told went my head over.
B. Just to be honest with you, a lot of the jokes Sam told us went over my head.
C. Just with you to be honest, the jokes Sam told us a lot of went over my head.
D. Just honest to be with you, Sam told us a lot of the jokes went over my head.
Look at the words in the box:
objection – pictures – to – of – taking – has – headquarters – no – the – she -
The correct combination to form a question is:
A. She no objection has to taking pictures of the headquarters.
B. To taking pictures she has no objection of the headquarters.
C. She has no objection to taking pictures of the headquarters.
D. She has no objection of the headquarters to taking pictures.
Which word is different?
Choose the correct word to complete the following sentences:
The teacher didn’t join us for a ________.
They had to _________ through the woods.
Which word below does NOT rhyme with the word also?
In the string of words: horrible, amazing, terrible, discouraging, insignificant, the word amazing is different because ________.
A. its meaning is positive
B. its meaning is negative
C. it is an adverb
D. it is an adjective
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 childrencan’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. doesn’t think that the children aren’t able to go to school and meet the teacher.
B. thinks that the children don’t want to go to school and meet the teacher.
C. considers that ‘The School in the Air’ is the only way for children to get education.
D. thinks that ‘The School in the Air’ is one of the ways for children to get education.
The following sign means that _________.
A. airplanes are dangerous.
B. airport is near here.
C. flights are cancelled.
D. there is no airport around.
It is one of the most famous sports in the world. It is played indoors and outdoors. All that is necessary is to have a net in the middle of the field and a ball, and, of course, hands. This sport is popular especially among girls.
The sport is called:
Read the following paragraph:
Samantha went to a restaurant for a quick lunch. She looked at the menu and the price list first. Then she ordered a cheese salad which cost £2.50, a chicken sandwich (its price was £3.20). She had an apple juice for £1.20, and she decided to treat herself with an ice-cream that cost £1.50. The waiter brought the bill for _________.
A. eight pounds and forty pence
B. seven pounds and forty pence
C. nine pounds and forty pence
D. six pounds and forty pence