Choose the correct alternative to complete the following sentence:
Perfect! I am looking forward to the book fair, too. To my best knowledge it is going to be held in my hometown. It has already been announced for 20/7/2012. So, I hope to see you on _____________.
A. twenty of July, two thousand twelve
B. twenty July, two thousand and twelve
C. the twentieth July, two thousand and twelve
D. the twentieth of July, two thousand and twelve
Look at the table below and choose the correct answer:
ENGLISH MATHEMATICS GEOGRAPHY ARTS CLASS 1A
3.86 CLASS 1B
2.99 CLASS 1C
3.01 CLASS 1D
A. The average grade of Class 1C in maths is lower than in geography.
B. The average grade of Class 1A in English is lower than in geography.
C. The average grade of Class 1B in English is higher than that of Class 1D.
D. The lowest average grade in arts is that of Class 1D.
Read the following sentences carefully:
1. Do you have a fever, or any other symptoms?
2. I’d like to make an appointment to see the doctor.
3. Dr. Peterson’s office. How may I help you?
4. Yes, I’m not feeling very well.
5. Yes, I have a slight fever and aches and pains.
6. Certainly, are you ill at the moment?
The correct order of sentences to form a dialogue is:
A. 3 1 4 6 5 2
B. 3 2 6 5 1 4
C. 3 2 6 4 1 5
D. 3 4 6 5 2 1
ONLY ONE of the words can be used to complete the sentence. Which one?
You can only have your money back if you can produce _________.
A. a bill
B. a receipt
C. a ticket
D. an invoice
Which question or response fits the situation?
Joe: Would you like to come to my party?
Sue: Is your brother going too?
A. I don’t think so
B. Do you think so?
C. Yes, we are?
D. I’m thinking of it.
Your guest is wearing a heavy coat.
You say: ‘May I hang up your coat?’ because _______.
A. you like her coat very much
B. you want to hang up her coat
C. you want to make her feel comfortable
D. you don’t like her coat at all
Choose the correct answer to complete the sentence:
Where did you find this book? Don’t you know that __________?
A. it’s theirs
B. it’s their
C. it’s of them
D. it’s they’re
Choose the sentence which is in the present perfect tense:
A. They had already left the school.
B. She has just eaten her dinner.
C. She will have finished her task.
D. They would have called the boys.
The sentence ‘They were reading at that time.’ is in_______.
A. Present perfect tense
B. Present continuous tense
C. Past perfect tense
D. Past continuous tense
Look at the following nouns. One of them does NOT exist. Which one?
Choose the best way to join the following sentences:
My friend’s brother was underage.
He did not get the job.
A. My friend’s brother did not get the job since he was underage.
B. My friend’s brother did not get the job and he was underage.
C. My friend’s brother did not get the job though he was underage.
D. My friend’s brother did not get the job so he was underage.
Choose the correct sentence:
A. Modern factories have fewer than in the past workers.
B. Fewer modern factories have workers than in the past.
C. Modern factories have fewer workers than in the past.
D. Fewer factories have modern workers than in the past.
ONLY ONE of the following is a complete sentence. Which one?
A. I outside this morning.
B. We saw the snow falling.
C. Timmy his watch.
D. Susie’s furry yellow cat.
Which word is different?
D. conference room
Choose ONE word to complete the TWO sentences given below:
I am in a great hurry. Can you, please, give me a _________.
Didn’t you know that the __________ is out of order?
Read the question below and choose the most suitable alternative to complete the sentence:
She asked: ‘Are you having a good time?’
She wanted to know if ___________.
A. I am having a good time
B. I was having a good time
C. am I having a good time
D. was I having a good time
In the string of words: broke, given, sang, came, spoke, the word given is different because ___________.
A. it is a verb
B. it is infinitive
C. it is past simple
D. it is past participle
Which notice says, ‘You should put things in the right place.’?
A. No entrance to art room – use the other door.
B. Turn off electronic devices during lessons.
C. Please return all the books to correct shelves.
D. Do not leave bags in front of the room.
This is a sport many of us only see at Olympic Games times, but there is a lot more to it than that. It is a popular activity for many youngsters. At the competitive level, there are the major divisions of this sport to rhythmic and artistic. The sport is called______.
David lives in a spacious house with his parents. Below is the house plan. Apart from the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, there are two bedrooms. One is his parents’ and the other is his own bedroom. His parents’ bedroom is 3.60 X 3.60, whereas David’s bedroom is 3.00 X 2.70 metres.
Look at the house plan and choose the correct alternative:
A. David’s bedroom is smaller for 4.86m2.
B. David’s bedroom is smaller for 3.86 m2.
C. David’s bedroom is smaller for 5.86 m2.
D. David’s bedroom is smaller for 2.86 m2.
Choose the most suitable alternative to complete this sentence:
If I were you __________.
A. I won’t fight back
B. I wouldn’t fight back
C. I wouldn’t have fought back
D. I wouldn’t had fought back
- Read the following text carefully and then answer the questions:
It was a late October night of the year 2006. It was bitterly cold and the dense fog had descended on the city of London. There were few people in the streets and the traffic was moving slowly. Suddenly a cry broke the silence of the night. This made the passers-by turn their heads in the direction the cry was heard from. It seemed that someone was in danger and badly needed help.
Three young men had just got out of a pub when they heard the cry. They saw and elderly woman who was lying on the pavement and was trying to get on her feet, and a man running away from her. The woman had been punched and kicked, but, fortunately she was not seriously hurt. Some passers-by had already gathered around the woman and were trying to help her get on her feet. Someone had already called the ambulance and its siren could be heard wailing in the distance.
Seeing that the woman was not badly hurt and that she was being taken care, the three men decided to chase the mugger. They ran after him as quickly as possible and when they were just about to catch him, the mugger went into the railway station. They speeded up and almost caught him but were turned back at the barrier since they had no tickets. That the incident happened as described above was stated at the Central Criminal Court records.
The three men were refused to use of a telephone to call the police, so they bought platform tickets, went into the station and caught the attacker. After having caught a youth of seventeen they had been after, one of the pursuers had to go outside in order to make a 999 call. The three pursuers were very much annoyed by this kind of treatment. However they were determined not to allow anything or anyone jeopardize the mission they had assigned themselves to. By the arrival of the police and the handover of the mugger to them their mission was successfully accomplished.
The case came to the court and the mugger, Steven Rogers was given a fair trial. After having examined the evidence, the jury found the defendant guilty as charged and, consequently, the mugger was sentenced to five years of imprisonment. The defendant earlier had admitted to have assaulted another woman, Abigail Wilkins, aged sixty-seven.
The reporters who had gathered outside the court asked Judge Perkins to comment on the case. The judge made a very brief comment. He said that this incident deserved to be brought to the attention of the railway authorities, as well as to the attention of the public.
The most suitable title for the text is _____.
A. London fog story
B. London pub story
C. London railway story
D. London crime story
Choose the most suitable alternative to complete the sentence:
Mrs Wilkins was attacked ____________.
A. at an unknown location
B. near a railway station
C. near the court
D. near the police station
Choose the most suitable alternative to complete the sentence:
Barriers at the railway station are used to ________.
A. prevent trains to pass
B. prevent crimes from happening
C. prevent people without a ticket
D. prevent people from Central Criminal Court
Pyetja 25Complete the sentence using the most suitable alternative:
According to the judge the railway authorities___________.
A. deserve more attention in emergencies
B. need to be aware of incident
C. need to take measure
D. need to close down the station
Pyetja 26The mugger is someone who __________.
A. robs banks
B. breaks into houses
C. picks pockets
D. robs people in the street
Pyetja 27You make a 999 call when _________.
A. you are in danger
B. you are having a party
C. the streets are crowded
D. you feel uncomfortable
Pyetja 28The expression to bring to attention in this text is closest in meaning to ________.
Pyetja 29There were few people in the street because _____.
A. the traffic was moving slowly
B. there was no transport
C. it was dark
D. it was foggy
Suddenly a cry broke the silence of the night. Suddenly someone was heard ______.
D. shedding tears