Q1 : Choose the sentence with the right word order
Explanation : There is a certain word order in statements: Subject – Auxiliary – Object. ‘The Great Wall of China’ is a subject, ‘is’ – an auxiliary verb, ‘2,500 kilometers long’ – an object.
Q2 : We are going to travel around _ Europe next year.
Explanation : The’ is not used before names of continents.
Q3 : I can bring Tom’s umbrella back now. He ___________ (to return) from France recently.
Explanation : The action in this sentence has been completed recently and we see the result of it in the present. In this case we should use the present Perfect Tense: ?has/have + Verb (-ed/Past Participle)
Q4 : Bob was reading a book while the children ____________ (to sleep).
Explanation : We use the Past Continuous Tense when we talk about two or more simultaneous actions in the past. We use the auxiliary verb ‘were’ for plural forms of nouns.
Q5 : I’m too tired to do something today. I ____________ (to stay) at home and watch TV.
Explanation : If we have a plan, ambition or intention to do something in the future we use ‘be going to’.
Q6 : I’m very nervous _______ the competition.
Explanation : We should remember that some adjectives are used with specific prepositions after them: ‘nervous about’
Q7 : We saw nine _________ (a wolf) in the zoo.
Explanation : Some nouns have spelling changes in plural. A WOLF – TWO WOLVES
Q8 : We have ________ black pepper left for cooking supper.
Explanation : A little’ is used before uncountable nouns. ‘Many’, ‘a few’ and ‘few’ – before countable
Q9 : If you ________ (to be) attentive you _______ (to pass) the exam.
Explanation : When we speak about probable situations in the present or future we use Conditional 1: If-clause (if + Present Simple) – Main Clause (future/modal + present without ‘to’) or If-clause (if + Present Simple) – Main Clause (future + HAVE TO, OUGHT TO, BE TO + present without ‘to’).
Q10 : Teresa: He has done everything wrong again.
Explanation : We change the Present Perfect to the Past Perfect in Reported Speech.
Q11 : I wouldn’t trust Jeremy. I think he’s ________ .
Explanation : We should remember that the adjective ‘reliable’ is used with the prefix ‘un-‘
Q12 : Richard works ________.
Explanation : We use adverbs to describe time, degree, manner, etc. In other words adverbs help us get more information about the action or the place (where, when, how, how often, etc.) Many adverbs are formed from adding ‘-ly’ or ‘-ily’ to the adjective.
Q13 : Peter played with a boy ______ studied with him.
Explanation : We use ‘that’ and ‘who’ for people in relative clauses. ?’Whose’ and ‘whom’ are used as objects.
Q14 : This website provides many recipes _____ dinner that you can prepare in 30 minutes.
Explanation : We should remember that some nouns are used with specific prepositions after them: ‘recipe for‘
Q15 : I’m stuck in a traffic jam. I need to get ______ the bus or otherwise I’ll be late.
Explanation : It is correct to say ‘get off the bus’ when we mean ‘to leave the bus’
Q16 : The theatre _______________ (to build) next year.
Explanation : When we don’t know who carries out the action, or it is obvious or unimportant to us, we use the Passive voice. In this sentence we speak about the action which will be completed in the future: Will Be + Past Participle.
Q17 : I’m very busy today. I ____________________ stay at work till night.
Explanation : We use the modal verb ‘have to’ when it is not our idea to do something, when we are forced to do something by somebody or by circumstances.
Q18 : I __________ (to be friendly to each other)Type Image with my younger sister very well. We are like close friends.
Explanation : Phrasal verb ‘to get along with’ means ‘to be friendly to each other’.
Q19 : Choose two forms of the verb ‘to fall’ according to the order: Past Simple – Past Participle
Explanation : TO FALL – FELL – FALLEN
Q20 : Hey, Carl! Do you see _____ ? I’m standing in front of the monument.
Explanation : Here the pronoun should be used in its objective form. ‘Me’ is the right form of the personal pronoun ‘I’.
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