тест по практической грамматике 2-курс


What do you say to your friend in these situations? Use the words given in brackets. Use the present continuous, going to or will.

1. You have already arranged to have lunch with Sue tomorrow.

FRIFND: Are you free at lunchtime tomorrow?

YOU: No, I am having lunch with Sue (have lunch)

2. You are in a restaurant. You and your friend are looking at the menu. Maybe your friend has decided what to have. You ask her/him.

YOU: What are you going to have? (you/have)

FRIEND: I don’t know. I can’t make up my mind.

3. You and a friend are reading. It’s getting a bit dark and your friend is having trouble reading. You decide to turn on the light.

FRIEND: It’s getting a bit dark, isn’t it? It’s difficult to read.

YOU: Yes I’ll turn on the light (I / turn on)

4. You and a friend are reading. It’s getting a bit dark and you decide to turn on the light. You stand up and walk towards the light switch.

friend: What are you doing?

YOU: I’m going to turn on the light (I / turn on)

Put in the missing preposition

‘When you paid the hotel bill, did you pay cash?’ ‘No, I paid by credit card.’

‘How did you get here? On the bus?’ ‘No, by car.’

A: I wonder what’s on television this evening. Have you got a newspaper?

B: Yes, the TV programmes are on the back page.

Helen works for a telecommunications company. She works in the customer services

department.

Anna spent two years working in London before returning to Italy.

‘Did you enjoy your trip to the beach?’ ‘Yes, it was great.’

Put the verb into the correct form (-ing or infinitive)

I like to think carefully about things before making a decision. (think, make)

I had a flat in the centre of town but I didn’t like living there, so I decided

to move (live, move)

Steve used to be a footballer. He had to stop playing because of an injury. (be, play)

After being stopped by the police, the man admitted stealing the car but denied driving at 100 miles an hour . (stop, steal, drive)

Put the verb into the most suitable passive form.

The tower is the oldest part of the church. It is believed (believe) to be over 600 years old.

If I didn’t do my job properly, I would be sacked (would / sack).

A: I left a newspaper on the desk last night and it isn’t there now.

B: It might have been thrown away (might / throw) away.

I learnt to swim when I was very young. I was taught (teach) by my mother.

After being arrested (arrest), I was taken to the police station.

Complete the sentences.

1. Liz is tired all the time. She shouldn’t go to bed so late.

If Liz didn’t go to bed so late, she wouldn’t be tired all the time

2. It’s rather late. I don’t think Sarah will come to see us now.

I’d be surprised if Sarah came to see us now.

3. I’m sorry I disturbed you. I didn’t know you were busy.

If I’d known you were busy, I wouldn’t have disturbed you.

4. I don’t want them to be upset, so I’ve decided not to tell them what happened.

They’d be upset if I told them what happened.

5. The dog attacked you, but only because you frightened it.

If you hadn’t frightened the dog, it wouldn’t have attacked you.

Put the verb into the correct Form: present simple, present continuous, past simple or past continuous.

We can go out now. It isn’t raining (not / rain) any more.

Catherine was waiting (wait) for me when I arrived (arrive).

I’m getting (get) hungry. Let’s go and have something to eat.

The weather was horrible when we arrived (arrive). It was cold and it

Was raining (rain) hard.

A: When I last saw you, you were thinking (think) of moving to a new flat.

B: That’s right, but in the end I decided (decide) to stay where I was.

The phone rang (ring) three times while we were having (have) dinner last night.

Linda was busy when we went (go) to see her yesterday. She had an

exam today and she was preparing (prepare) for it. We didn’t want

(not / want) to disturb her, so we didn’t stay (not / stay) very long.

Use your own ideas to complete B’s sentences.

A: What’s the new restaurant like? Is it good?

B: I’ve no idea. I’ve never been there.

A: How well do you know Bill?

B: Very well. We’ve known each other since we were children.

A: Did you enjoy your holiday?

B: Yes, it was really good. It’s the best holiday I’ve ever had.

A: Is David still here?

B: No, I’m afraid he isn’t he went home about ten minutes ago.

Put the verb into the correct form: past simple, past continuous, past perfect or past perfect continuous.

1. Yesterday afternoon Sarah went (go) to the station to meet Paul. When she got (get) there, Paul was already waiting (already / wait) for her. His train had arrived (arrive) early.

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verb into the correct form.

Amanda is sitting on the ground. She’s out of breath.

(she / run) she has been running

Where’s my bag? I left it under this chair.

(somebody / take / it) somebody has taken it

We were all surprised when Jenny and Andy got married last year.

(they / only / know / each other / a few weeks)

They’d only known each other for a few weeks.

Put in the missing preposition.

I’d love to be able to visit every country in the world.

Jessica White is my favourite author. Have you read anything by her?

‘Is there a bank near here?’ ‘Yes, there’s one at the end of this road.»

Tim is away at the moment. He’s on holiday.

We live in the country, a long way from the nearest town.

I’ve got a stain on my jacket. I’ll have to have it cleaned.

Put the verb into the correct form (-ing or infinitive)

How old were you when you learnt to drive ? (drive)

I don’t mind walking home, but I’d rather get a taxi. (walk, get)

I can’t make a decision. I keep changing my mind. (change)

He had made his decision and refused to change his mind (change)

Put the verb into the most suitable passive form.

There’s somebody behind us. I think we are being followed (follow).

A mystery is something that can’t be explained (can’t / explain).

We didn’t play football yesterday. The match was cancelled (cancel).

The television has been repaired (repair). It’s working again now.

In the middle of the village there is a church which is being restored (restore)

at the moment. The work is almost finished.

Put the verb into the correct form.

If you found a wallet in the street, what would you do with it? (find)

I must hurry. My friend will be annoyed if I’m not on time. (not / be)

I didn’t realise that Gary was in hospital. If I had known he was in hospital, I would have gone to visit him. (know)

If the phone rings, can you answer it? (ring)

I can’t decide what to do. What would you do if you were in my

position? (be)

Use your own ideas to complete B’s sentences.

A: I like your suit. I haven’t seen it before.

B: It’s new. It’s the first time I’ve worn it.

A: How did you cut your knee?

B: I slipped and fell when I was playing tennis.

A: Do you ever go swimming?

B: Not these days. I haven’t been swimming for a long time.

A: How often do you go to the cinema?

B: Very rarely. It’s nearly a year since I’ve been to the cinema.

Put the verb into the correct form: past simple, past continuous, past perfect or past perfect continuous.

1/ Last night I’d just gone (just / go) to bed and was reading (read) a book when suddenly I heard (hear) a noise. I got (get) up to see what it was, but I didn’t see (not / see) anything, so I went (go) back to bed.

Put the verb into the most suitable form. 1.Who invented (invent) the bicycle?

‘Do you still have a headache?’ ‘No, it has gone (it / go). I’m all right now.’

2. I was the last to leave the office yesterday evening. Everybody else had gone (go) home when I left (leave).

3.What did you do (you / do) last weekend? Did you go (you / go) away?

4.I like your car. How long have you had (you / have) it?

Make sentences from the words in brackets. Put the verb into the correct form.

It’s still raining. I wish it would stop.

(it / rain / all day) It’s been raining all day

Suddenly I woke up. I was confused and didn’t know where I was.

(I / dream) I had been dreaming

I wasn’t hungry at lunchtime, so I didn’t have anything to eat.

(I / have / a big breakfast) I’d had a big breakfast

Every year Robert and Tina spend a few days at the same hotel by the sea. (they / go / there for years) They’ve been going there for years

I’ve got a headache. (I / have / it / since I got up) I’ve had it since I got up

Put in the missing preposition.

We went to a party at Linda’s house on Saturday.

Boston is on the east coast of the United States.

Look at the leaves on that tree. They’re a beautiful colour.

‘Have you ever been toTokyo?’ ‘No, I’ve never been to Japan.’

Mozart died in Vienna in 1791 at the age of 35.

‘Are you in this photograph?’ ‘Yes, that’s me, on the left.’

Put the verb into the correct form (-ing or infinitive)

Why did you change your decision? What made you change your mind? (change)

It was a really good holiday. I really enjoyed being by the sea again. (be)

Did I really tell you I was unhappy? I don’t remember saying that/ (say)

‘Remember to phone Tom tomorrow.’ ‘OK. I won’t forget.’ (phone)

Put the verb into the most suitable passive form.

1. The tower is the oldest part of the church. It is believed (believe) to be over 600 years old.

2. If I didn’t do my job properly, I would be sacked (would / sack).

3.A: I left a newspaper on the desk last night and it isn’t there now.

B: It might have been thrown away (might / throw) away.

4.I learnt to swim when I was very young. I was taught (teach) by my mother.

5.After being arrested (arrest), I was taken to the police station.

Put the verb into the correct form.

1. A: What shall we do tomorrow?

B: Well, if it is a nice day, we can go to the beach. (be)

2. A: Let’s go to the beach.

B: No, it’s too cold. If it was warmer, I wouldn’t mind going. (be)

3. A: Did you go to the beach yesterday?

B: No, it was too cold. If it had been warmer, we might have gone. (be)

If you had enough money to go anywhere in the world, where would you go? (have)

I’m glad we had a map. I’m sure we would have got lost if we hadn’t had one. (not / have)

Put the verb into the correct form: past simple, past continuous, past perfect or past perfect continuous.

1/ Lisa had to go to New York last week, but she almost missed (miss) the plane. She was standing (stand) in the queue at the check-in desk when she suddenly realized (realise) that she had left (leave) her

passport at home. Fortunately she lives near the airport, so she had (have) time to take a taxi home to get it. She got (get) back to the airport just in time for her flight.

Put the verb into the most suitable form.

It’s a pity the trip was cancelled. I was looking (look) forward to it.

Jane is an experienced teacher. She has been teaching (she / teach) for 15 years.

I bought (I / buy) a new jacket last week, but I haven’t worn (I / not / wear) it yet.

A few days ago I saw (I / see) a man at a party whose face was (be)

very familiar. At first I couldn’t think where I’d seen (I / see) him before.

Then suddenly I remembered (I / remember) who it was (it / be).

5. Have you heard (you / hear) of Agatha Christie? She was (she / be) a writer who died (die) in 1976. She wrote (she/write) more than 70 detective novels. Have you read (you/read) any of them?

Complete the sentences using the past continuous or used to. Use the verbs in brackets.

I haven’t been to the cinema for ages now. We used to go a lot. (go)

Ann didn’t see me wave to her. She was looking in the other direction. (look)

I used to drive a lot but, I don’t use my car very much these days. (drive)

I asked the taxi driver to slow down. She was driving too fast. (drive)

Rosemary and Jonathan met for the first time when they were working in the

same bank. (work)

What do you say to your friend in these situations? Use the words given in brackets. Use the present continuous, going to or will.

1. You have made all your holiday arrangements. Your destination is Jamaica.

FRIEND: Have you decided where to go for your holiday yet?

YOU: I am going to Jamaica (I / go)

2. You have made an appointment with the dentist for Friday morning.

FRIEND: Shall we meet on Friday morning?

YOU: I can’t on Friday. I’m going to the dentist (I / go)

3. You and some friends are planning a holiday in Britain. You have decided to hire a car, but you haven’t arranged this yet.

FRIEND: How do you plan to travel round Britain? By train?

YOU: No, we’re going to hire a car (we / hire)

4. Your friend has two young children. She wants to go out tomorrow evening. You offer to look after the children.

FRIEND: I want to go out tomorrow evening, but I haven’t got a babysitter.

YOU: That’s no problem I’ll look after the children (I / look after)

Put in the missing preposition.



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