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1 Placement Test Date / / Name Nationality This placement test contains 50 multiple-choice questions for you to answer, and 3 writing questions. Please write a few sentences for each writing question. It is designed to enable us to place you in a class at the right level for you. Please do not refer to a dictionary or grammar book and don t spend too long on any single question. How to complete this test: 1. Please read all the information carefully before you start. 2. Complete the test by typing in the spaces given. To move to the next question use the tab key. In the multiple choice questions please use the space bar or the mouse to mark your answers with an x. 3. Save your test as a word document and send it to us as an attachment by Alternatively, you can print out the test, complete it and return it to us by fax at:

2 Multiple-choice Example Please mark your answers with an X in the box as in this example: I. a student. a) am b) are c) be d) is a b c d 1) My mother comes from Paris. French. a) He is b) She is c) It is d) They are 1) 2) I am studying English. fifteen students in my class. a) Have b) Are c) There are d) There is 2) 3) Your English is very good. American? a) You re b) Are you c) Do you d) You 3) 4) I work in a bank. My wife in a school. a) working b) works c) work d) is work 4) 5) I live in London. Where? a) you live b) you do live c) live you d) do you live 5) 6) John likes coffee, but he like tea. a) no b) not c) don t d) doesn t 6) 7) I m hungry!. you like something to eat? a) May b) Could c) Would d) Do 7) 8) I don t understand. What about? a) are you talking b) you talk c) you talking d) do you talk 8) 9) Is that your pen, or is it? a) my b) mine c) the mine d) of me 9) 10) My brother is two years me. a) more old as b) more older than c) elder as d) older than 10) 11) We have a son and a daughter. Do you have children? a) the b) any c) some of d) any of 11) 12) I didn t see you at the party. there? a) You were b) You went c) Did you d) Were you 12) 13) I a great movie last night! a) saw b) had seen c) was seeing d) did see 13) 14) We had a lovely holiday last year! Really? Where? a) did you go b) were you going c) went you d) have you gone 14) 15) Don t be late tomorrow! You be at the station at nine o clock. a) must b) can c) may d) had to 15) 16) My Spanish is not very good, but I speak Italian very. a) good b) fluent c) easy d) well 16) 17) Is Tokyo a nice city? I there. a) have never been b) did never go c) was never d) never have gone 17) 18) I can t come to the cinema tonight. I have work to do. a) enough b) a lot c) too much d) so many 18) 19) Let s go inside. It rain. a) will b) is going to c) shall d) will be 19) 20) He a bath when the phone rang. a) has b) was having c) has had d) has been having 20) 21) My parents for my 21st birthday. a) gave me a car b) gave to me a car c) gave a car me d) me gave a car 21) 22) The man lives in that house is a famous writer. a) who b) he c) which d) what 22) 23) How long does it take you to school? a) for getting b) get c) to get d) getting 23) 24) She English since she was twelve years old.

3 a) was studying b) studies c) has been studying d) studied 24) 25) My parents study law. a) want that I b) want for me c) want me to d) want I should 25) a b c d 26) Please will you stop that noise? It s very annoying! a) to make b) make c) for making d) making 26) 27) If the weather nice tomorrow, why don t we go to the beach? a) is b) was c) would be d) will be 27) 28) My new car is not my old one. a) less fast as b) so fast than c) as fast as d) so much faster 28) 29) They live in the city now, but they in a small village. a) used to live b) used to living c) still live d) would live 29) 30) The teacher asked the students the answer. a) did they know b) that they knew c) to know d) if they knew 30) 31) When she heard the news, she. a) surprised b) was surprising c) had been surprised d) was surprised 31) 32) I can lend you some money, but only. a) little b) a little c) few d) a few 32) 33) If you want to pass the exam, you d better some studying. a) do b) to do c) doing d) done 33) 34) I will send you an when I back in my country. a) will be b) am c) have been d) should be 34) 35) If I knew the answer, I you. a) will tell b) tell c) would tell d) had told 35) 36) By the time we arrived at the station, our train. a) left b) had left c) had been leaving d) was left 36) 37) It was film that we left before the end. a) such a boring b) so boring c) the most boring d) a so boring 37) 38) David s mother made him his bedroom. a) to clean b) cleaning c) clean d) cleaned 38) 39) Would you mind. the window? It s very hot in here. a) open b) opening c) to open d) opened 39) 40) He s not interested politics. a) for b) of c) with d) in 40) 41) If you don t hurry up, the concert by the time we get there! a) has started b) had started c) will have started d) would start 41) 42) I wish I to help you, but I can t. a) can b) could c) were able d) would be able 42) 43) It s my fault that I failed the exam. I harder. a) must have worked b) would have worked c) had to work d) should have worked 43) 44) I would have flown business class if I enough money. a) have b) would have c) was having d) had had 44) 45) She enjoyed her university course it was very difficult. a) despite b) however c) whereas d) even though 45) 46) I can t find my glasses. I them in the car. a) must have left b) should have left c) had to leave d) may leave 46) 47) He needs to take his car to the garage a) to have repaired it b) for repairing it c) to have it repaired d) to be repairing 47) 48) Do you mind if I smoke? I d rather you. a) don t b) won t c) didn t d) wouldn t 48) 49) We met lots of different people, were very nice. a) some of which b) some of whom c) some of them d) some of those 49) 50) I m really looking forward you next week!

4 a) to see b) to seeing c) to have seen d) to be seeing 50)

5 Composition Time limit: 30 minutes maximum Please fill in: Start time Finish Time Click on the grey box and write words on each of the following: 1. My home town 2. My last holiday 3. My future plans TEST SCORE: ASSESSED LEVEL:

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