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1 Exercise 1: Tick (P) the suitable answer. - ENGLISH TEST - 1. My brother... a flat in London. A have B has C haves you live with your boyfriend? A Do B Does C Is 3. Elizabeth is.... A Philip's wife B wife's Philip C Philip's husband 4. He... very hungry now. A is B has C are 5. My birthday is... May. A on B in C at 6. He doesn't love.... A she B her C hers 7. I didn't... anything, it was too dark. A saw B see C seen 8. There aren't... glasses on the kitchen table. A some B any C much 9. Look! Tower bridge...! A is opening B opens C opening coffee do you drink? A How much B How many C How Exercise 2: Prepositions. Tick (P) the suitable answer. 11. I'm a student. I'm... Cambridge University. A to B at

2 12. Do you sometimes listen... the radio. A to B on 13. Every Saturday evening I go... the cinema. A to B at - ENGLISH TEST My brother and I live... a flat in the centre of Bristol. A to B in 15. Look... me when I talk to you. A to B at Exercise 3: Irregular verbs. Complete the chart. INFINITIVE SIMPLE PAST PAST PARTICIPLE 16 BROKE 17 TO COME 18 TO COST 19 BUILT 20 ATE 21 TO FIND 22 TAKEN 23 SENT 24 SEEN 25 TO PUT Exercise 4: Vocabulary. Match the verbs and phrases. TO PLAY / TO TURN ON TO RIDE / TO TAKE / TO USE 26. the TV. 27. a horse.

3 - ENGLISH TEST a computer. 29. photos. 30. football. Exercise 5: Grammar. Choose the best answer. 31. I love...!. A cars fast B fast cars C fasts cars 32. Our English lesson is... Thursday morning. A on B in C the 33. My father is.... A engineer B an engineer C a engineer 34. She.... A don't cook B doesn't cook C doesn't cooks 35. What time... to bed last night? A did you went B did you go C went you Exercise 6: Vocabulary. Write the Next word. 36 Thirty, forty,..., 37 Sunday, Monday,..., 38 First, Second,..., 39 February, March,..., 40 Summer, Autumn,...,

4 - ENGLISH TEST - Exercise 7: Pronunciation. Find the odd one out. 41 KEY MEET THEY TREE 42 EAT MEAT STEAK TEA 43 TEA BREAD BREAKFAST EGG 44 FOOD DO ZOO GO 45 SQUARE STAIRS NEAR THERE Exercise 8: Possessive Pronouns. Choose the correct word. 46. Can I use... car this evening? A your B mine C yours 47. Don't drink that coffee, it's.... A her B she C hers 48. Is this book...? A yours B you C you'll 49. This gift isn't for us. It's.... A their B them C theirs 50. You can take one of the pencils, they're.... A ours B our C us Exercise 9: Much Many / Some and Any. Choose the best answer. 51. I'd like... cheese, please. A some B any

5 meat do you eat every day? - ENGLISH TEST - A How many B How much 53. Is there... milk in the fridge? A any B some bathrooms are there in this house? A How many B How much 55. I can't talk to you now. I haven't got... time. I'm sorry! A any B some Exercise 10: Past Simple form of Regular Verbs. CARRY / CHANGE / CLOSE / DECIDE / FINISH / JOG / WORK LOOK / LIVE / MARRY / MOVE / PLAN / START / STOP / WANT ED + -D - -Y + -IED + CONSONANT +-ED

6 syllable. - ENGLISH TEST - Exercise 11: Pronunciation. For each word CIRCLE the stressed 61. O PPO SITE 62. BE TWEEN 63. BE HIND 64. CUP BOARD 65. MU SE UM Exercise 12: Present Perfect. Tick (P) the correct sentences. Cross (X) the incorrect ones and write the correct Past Participle. Ex: Have you visited Madame Tussaud's in London? R Ex: She has saw a very good film. Q seen 66. We've spended a lot of money. 67. I've never bought a new computer. 68. Has she ever took the plane? 69. They've never play golf. 70. The players haven't arrived yet. 71. Paul Auster has wrote over 25 books. 72. I've never been to Scotland.

7 - ENGLISH TEST - Exercise 13: Comprehension. Read the text and choose A, B or C. FOOD CAN BE DANGEROUS FOR YOUR HEALTH! When you go to a restaurant you often think that the food you are ordering is good for you. But many restaurants serve healthy food, like fish or salad, with a sauce or dressing that uses a lot of oil, fat, or sugar. The British Food Standards Agency wants all restaurants to say in their menus exactly what is in each dish, how many calories, how much fat, and what additives. They think that restaurants don't give their customers enough information, and that this new plan could help people to have a healthier diet. But chefs are not happy with the Agency's plan. One top chef said, 'people are not stupid. They know that many sauces have butter and cream in them. But if we put on a menu that a dish has 1,000 calories, nobody is going to order it!'. However, many doctors agree with the plan. Bruce Ward, Professor of Medicine, said, 'people know that cigarettes are bad for them, because it tells you on the packet. But when they go to a restaurant they often have no idea if the food is healthy or not. Food products that have a lot of calories, fat, and sugar need a health warning, exactly like cigarettes.' 73. Many restaurants. A serve healthy food. B only serve fish and salad. C serve healthy food but with unhealthy sauces.

8 74. The British Food Standards Agency wants restaurants... - ENGLISH TEST - A to serve healthy food. B to give more information about their dishes. C not to use fat and additives. 75. Chefs think that... A people are not going to order their dishes. B people are stupid. C cream and butter are good for you. 76. Doctors think that people... A need more information about cigarettes. B need more information about food. C need to stop eating in restaurants. Exercise 14: Vocabulary. Put the letters in order to find the FOOD words. Ex: nseyaimaon Mayonnaise 77. tnau eabrd 78. ckechin ilmk 79. crie taoetsop 80. lasad febe Exercise 15: Telling the time. What time is it? (2 ways!!)

9 - ENGLISH TEST Exercise 16: Comparative Superlative. Complete the table. ADJECTIVES COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE 85. BAD 86. NOISY 87. BEAUTIFUL 88. CRAZY 89. SMALL 90. COMFORTABLE

10 - ENGLISH TEST - Exercise 17: Complete the sentences with an adverb of frequency. NEVER / ALWAYS / HARDLY EVER / SOMETIMES / USUALLY 91. I... drink Champagne only at Christmas! 92. She... eats meat. She's a vegetarian. 93. He doesn't have a watch so he's... late. 94. We... get up at 7.00, except at weekends. 95. I don't do a lot of exercise but I... go swimming. Exercise 18: Prepositions of time. Fill in the blanks. IN / ON / AT the evening Tuesday morning the 1 st of May the winter. My score :... / 100.

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