Trivia Quiz: Adam's Multiple Choice English Test

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This is a multiple choice English test that gradually gets more difficult. Only one answer will be scored as correct. There are a total of 60 questions.
For some questions you may think there is more than one possible answer - Just choose the answer that you think goes well with the question.
Please put your name in the box below as your results and score will be shown at the end of the test.
Good luck!_______________________________________________________________________ ____ Voici un teste d'anglais de type « choix -multiple » qui devient graduellement plus difficile. Seulement Read moreune réponse sera correcte. Il y a un total de 60 questions.
Pour certaines questions plusieurs réponses pourront vous paraître correctes - Juste choisissez la réponse qui correspond le mieux à la question.
Veuillez mettre votre nom dans la boîte ci-dessous. Vos résultats et des points seront montrés à le fin de teste.
Bon chance !


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    How ......  X  ...... is it from Luxembourg to Paris?X = ?

    • A.

      Long

    • B.

      Far

    • C.

      Wide

    • D.

      Near

    • E.

      Deep

    Correct Answer
    B. Far
    Explanation
    The word "far" is the correct answer because it indicates a significant distance between Luxembourg and Paris. This implies that the two locations are not close to each other and require a considerable amount of travel.

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  • 2. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      I like an apple please.

    • B.

      I'm liking some apples please.

    • C.

      I'd like a apple please.

    • D.

      I'd like some apples please.

    • E.

      I would like a apple please.

    Correct Answer
    D. I'd like some apples please.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I'd like some apples please." This sentence is grammatically correct because it uses the appropriate verb form "I'd like" (short for "I would like") to express a polite request. Additionally, the use of "some" before "apples" indicates an unspecified quantity, which is appropriate in this context.

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  • 3. 

    Listen!  .... X .... in the bathroomX = ?

    • A.

      Somebody sing

    • B.

      Somebody is singing

    • C.

      Someone are singing

    • D.

      Someone does sing

    • E.

      Somebody are singing

    Correct Answer
    B. Somebody is singing
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Somebody is singing" because the sentence is in present continuous tense, indicating an action happening at the moment of speaking. Since "somebody" is a singular pronoun, the correct verb form to use is "is singing" instead of "are singing" which is used for plural subjects.

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  • 4. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      Please to sit down Mrs Smith.

    • B.

      Sitting down please Mrs Brown.

    • C.

      Sit not down please Mrs White.

    • D.

      Please don’t sit down Mr Black.

    • E.

      Doesn’t sit down please Mr Green.

    Correct Answer
    D. Please don’t sit down Mr Black.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Please don't sit down Mr Black." This sentence is grammatically correct because it uses the imperative form ("Please don't") to give a polite command or request, followed by the action ("sit down") and the recipient of the request ("Mr Black"). The other options either have incorrect word order or use incorrect verb forms.

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  • 5. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      When have you married?

    • B.

      When you do marry?

    • C.

      How long are you married?

    • D.

      How long are you married?

    • E.

      How long have you been married?

    Correct Answer
    E. How long have you been married?
    Explanation
    The correct sentence is "How long have you been married?" because it is the only option that correctly uses the present perfect tense to ask about the duration of a current state or action. The other options either use the wrong verb tense or ask about a specific point in time rather than the duration.

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  • 6. 

    X ...... the phone please?

    • A.

      May you answer ....

    • B.

      Are you answer ....

    • C.

      Are you answering ....

    • D.

      Will you answer ....

    • E.

      Do you answer ....

    Correct Answer
    D. Will you answer ....
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Will you answer ...." because it is a polite way to ask someone if they will respond to a phone call. The other options are grammatically incorrect or not as polite in tone.

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  • 7. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      I don’t know that boy very well.

    • B.

      I don’t know very well that girl.

    • C.

      I don’t know very much that lady.

    • D.

      I don’t know that woman that good.

    • E.

      I know not well that man.

    Correct Answer
    A. I don’t know that boy very well.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I don’t know that boy very well." This sentence is grammatically correct and conveys the meaning that the speaker does not have a strong acquaintance with the boy in question.

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  • 8. 

    He doesn't sing ......  X  ...... he didX = ?

    • A.

      As much than

    • B.

      As much as

    • C.

      As good as

    • D.

      Better as

    • E.

      How well as

    Correct Answer
    B. As much as
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "as much as". This is because the sentence is comparing someone's singing ability to someone else's, indicating that they sing the same amount or to the same extent. The phrase "as much as" is used to make comparisons of equality.

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  • 9. 

    One of these days ...... X ...... find a jobX = ?

    • A.

      I had to

    • B.

      I'll have to

    • C.

      I've been able to

    • D.

      I'm able to

    • E.

      I should to

    Correct Answer
    B. I'll have to
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I'll have to". This is because the phrase "one of these days" implies a future event or action. Therefore, the speaker is saying that in the future, they will have to find a job.

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  • 10. 

    I was tired yesterday evening because I ......

    • A.

      .... has swam.

    • B.

      .... have swum.

    • C.

      .... would be swimming.

    • D.

      .... have been swimming.

    • E.

      .... had been swimming.

    Correct Answer
    E. .... had been swimming.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... had been swimming." This answer is in the past perfect continuous tense, which is used to describe an action that started in the past and continued up until another point in the past. In this case, the speaker was tired yesterday evening because they had been swimming for a period of time before that.

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  • 11. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      I haven't taken my breakfast yet.

    • B.

      I haven't had my lunch yet.

    • C.

      I didn't have my lunch already.

    • D.

      I already haven't had my lunch.

    • E.

      I didn't already have my dinner.

    Correct Answer
    B. I haven't had my lunch yet.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I haven't had my lunch yet." This sentence is grammatically correct and conveys the intended meaning that the person has not yet eaten their lunch. The other options either have incorrect verb tenses or use incorrect word order, making them grammatically incorrect.

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  • 12. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      Did you work when I was coming in?

    • B.

      Did you work while I came in?

    • C.

      Were you working when I came in?

    • D.

      Have you worked when I came in?

    • E.

      Have you been working when I was coming in?

    Correct Answer
    C. Were you working when I came in?
    Explanation
    This sentence is correct because it uses the past continuous tense ("were you working") to describe an action that was happening at a specific point in the past ("when I came in"). The other options either use the wrong tense or do not properly convey the intended meaning.

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  • 13. 

    Why are you so late? What ......

    • A.

      .... have you been doing?

    • B.

      .... had you done?

    • C.

      .... had you been doing?

    • D.

      .... have you done?

    • E.

      .... did you do?

    Correct Answer
    A. .... have you been doing?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "What have you been doing?" This is the most appropriate question to ask when someone is late because it implies that the person has been doing something for a period of time leading up to their lateness. It suggests that their actions or activities are the reason for their delay.

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  • 14. 

    The Eiffel Tower ......

    • A.

      .... is built in 1889.

    • B.

      .... has been built in 1889.

    • C.

      .... was builded in 1889.

    • D.

      .... was building in 1889.

    • E.

      .... was built in 1889.

    Correct Answer
    E. .... was built in 1889.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... was built in 1889." This is because the Eiffel Tower is a completed structure, so the past tense "was built" is appropriate. The word "built" is the correct past participle form of the verb "build" in this context.

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  • 15. 

    "I think this is very easy"

    • A.

      "I am agreed".

    • B.

      "I am agree".

    • C.

      "I agree".

    • D.

      "I'm agreeing".

    • E.

      "I'm not agree".

    Correct Answer
    C. "I agree".
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I agree" because it is the only grammatically correct and commonly used phrase to express agreement. The other options contain errors such as incorrect verb forms ("am agreed", "am agree", "I'm agreeing") or negation ("I'm not agree"). Therefore, "I agree" is the only appropriate response in this context.

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  • 16. 

    This is the hotel ......

    • A.

      .... at what I stayed.

    • B.

      .... at whom I stayed.

    • C.

      .... who i stayed.

    • D.

      .... I stayed at.

    • E.

      .... I stayed at it.

    Correct Answer
    D. .... I stayed at.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... I stayed at." This is the most grammatically correct and natural-sounding option. The phrase "I stayed at" is commonly used to indicate where someone stayed, and the word "it" is unnecessary in this context. The other options have grammatical errors or awkward phrasing.

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  • 17. 

    You ......  X  ...... I can carry itX = ?

    • A.

      Have not to help me thanks

    • B.

      Needn't to help me thanks

    • C.

      Mustn't help me thanks

    • D.

      Needn't help me thanks

    • E.

      Must not to help me thanks

    Correct Answer
    D. Needn't help me thanks
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "needn't help me thanks." This is because the phrase "needn't help" means that there is no obligation or necessity to provide assistance. The word "thanks" at the end is just a polite way of expressing gratitude for not needing to help.

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  • 18. 

    "Is that the end?"

    • A.

      "I hope it".

    • B.

      "I don't hope so".

    • C.

      "I don't think so".

    • D.

      "I know it".

    • E.

      "I'm not thinking so".

    Correct Answer
    C. "I don't think so".
    Explanation
    The answer "I don't think so" is the most appropriate response to the question "Is that the end?" because it suggests uncertainty or doubt about whether it is indeed the end. The other options either express hope, knowledge, or lack of thought, which do not directly address the question of whether it is the end or not. Therefore, "I don't think so" is the most suitable response in this context.

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  • 19. 

    I've no idea ......

    • A.

      .... what is his address.

    • B.

      .... what her address is.

    • C.

      .... if what is their address.

    • D.

      .... where is her address.

    • E.

      .... that it is her address.

    Correct Answer
    B. .... what her address is.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... what her address is." This is the correct option because it follows the correct structure of a question. In English, when asking about someone's address, we use the question word "what" followed by the verb "is" and then the subject "her address." Therefore, this option is grammatically correct and makes sense in the given context.

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  • 20. 

    Since I arrived here ......

    • A.

      .... I can relax.

    • B.

      .... I couldn't relax.

    • C.

      .... I've been able to relax.

    • D.

      .... I'm able to relax.

    • E.

      .... I am relaxing.

    Correct Answer
    C. .... I've been able to relax.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I've been able to relax." This answer suggests that the speaker has been able to relax since they arrived at the location. The use of "I've been able to" indicates a continuous state of being able to relax, implying that the speaker has had the opportunity to relax multiple times since their arrival.

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  • 21. 

    If I ......  X  ...... the money, I would visit Peru

    • A.

      Have

    • B.

      Had

    • C.

      Were having

    • D.

      Would have

    • E.

      Have had

    Correct Answer
    B. Had
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had" because it is used in the past unreal conditional form. The sentence is expressing a hypothetical situation in the past where the speaker did not actually have the money, but if they did have it, they would visit Peru.

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  • 22. 

    There were several storms ......  X  ...... the morningX = ?

    • A.

      At

    • B.

      For

    • C.

      During

    • D.

      On

    • E.

      Behind

    Correct Answer
    C. During
    Explanation
    The word "during" is the correct answer because it indicates that the storms occurred at some point within the morning. It implies that the storms took place while the morning was ongoing, suggesting a temporal relationship between the storms and the morning. The other options, such as "at," "for," "on," and "behind," do not convey the same sense of time and do not fit logically in the sentence.

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  • 23. 

    I'll phone you ......

    • A.

      .... when I will be ready.

    • B.

      .... as soon as I am ready.

    • C.

      .... once I will be ready.

    • D.

      .... by the time I'm ready.

    • E.

      .... until I've been ready.

    Correct Answer
    B. .... as soon as I am ready.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... as soon as I am ready." This is the most appropriate phrase to use when indicating that the speaker will call the person immediately after they are ready. The other options either do not convey the same sense of immediacy or use incorrect grammar.

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  • 24. 

    I'll answer the door.  It .....

    • A.

      .... would be for me.

    • B.

      .... can be for me.

    • C.

      .... may be for me.

    • D.

      .... going to be for me.

    • E.

      .... be for me.

    Correct Answer
    C. .... may be for me.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... may be for me." This suggests that the speaker is uncertain about who the doorbell might be for. The use of "may" indicates a possibility, indicating that the speaker is open to the idea that the person at the door could be looking for them.

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  • 25. 

    I think that man......

    • A.

      Gets angry.

    • B.

      Becomes angry.

    • C.

      Is being angry.

    • D.

      Is becoming angry.

    • E.

      Is having it angry.

    Correct Answer
    D. Is becoming angry.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "is becoming angry." This suggests that the man is in the process of becoming angry, indicating a gradual change in his emotional state. The use of the present continuous tense implies that the anger is not yet fully formed but is developing.

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  • 26. 

    We'd like ......  X  ...... at home hereX = ?

    • A.

      You feel

    • B.

      You feeling

    • C.

      That you feel

    • D.

      You should feel

    • E.

      You to feel

    Correct Answer
    E. You to feel
    Explanation
    The phrase "We'd like you to feel at home here" is a complete sentence that expresses a desire for someone to feel comfortable and at ease in a certain place. The correct answer, "you to feel," is grammatically correct and fits seamlessly into the sentence, conveying the intended meaning.

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  • 27. 

    This evening my parents ...... X ...... to see me

    • A.

      Are coming

    • B.

      Shall comes

    • C.

      To come

    • D.

      Are come

    • E.

      Would come

    Correct Answer
    A. Are coming
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "are coming". This is because the sentence is in the present continuous tense, indicating an action that is happening in the future. "Are coming" is the correct form of the verb "to come" in the present continuous tense when referring to multiple people (parents).

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  • 28. 

    I'll pick you up when ......  X  ...... my dinnerX = ?

    • A.

      I have had

    • B.

      I'm having

    • C.

      I had

    • D.

      I will have

    • E.

      I will have had

    Correct Answer
    A. I have had
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I have had." This is because the phrase "I'll pick you up when" indicates a future action, and the verb tense used should be present perfect to show that the action of having dinner is completed before the future action of picking someone up. Therefore, "I have had" is the correct verb tense to use in this context.

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  • 29. 

    Go to the dentist!  If I were you, ......

    • A.

      .... I would get taken out the tooth.

    • B.

      .... I would have taken out the tooth.

    • C.

      .... I would let the tooth taken out.

    • D.

      .... I would have the tooth taken out.

    • E.

      .... I would make take out the tooth.

    Correct Answer
    D. .... I would have the tooth taken out.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I would have the tooth taken out." This answer is grammatically correct and conveys the intended meaning. It suggests that the speaker would arrange for someone else to remove the tooth, indicating a proactive approach to addressing the dental issue.

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  • 30. 

    If I ......  X  ...... you were ill, I wouldn't have comeX = ?

    • A.

      Would know

    • B.

      Have known

    • C.

      Would have know

    • D.

      Know

    • E.

      Had known

    Correct Answer
    E. Had known
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "had known" because it is the correct past perfect tense form of the verb "know". In the conditional sentence structure, "If I had known" is used to express a hypothetical situation in the past. It implies that if the speaker had known about the illness, they would not have come.

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  • 31. 

    It was ......  X  ...... that half the audience walked outX = ?

    • A.

      A so awful film

    • B.

      A such awful film

    • C.

      Such an awful film

    • D.

      So awful film

    • E.

      A film awful

    Correct Answer
    C. Such an awful film
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "such an awful film". This is because the phrase "such an" is used to emphasize the degree or extent of something, in this case, the awfulness of the film. The use of "such" before the adjective "awful" indicates that the film was of a particularly bad quality, which is why half the audience walked out.

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  • 32. 

    You'll be able to get tickets ......

    • A.

      .... for whenever evening you like.

    • B.

      .... that evening which you like.

    • C.

      .... for whichever evening you will like.

    • D.

      .... for whichever evening you like.

    • E.

      .... the evening what you like.

    Correct Answer
    D. .... for whichever evening you like.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "... for whichever evening you like." This option correctly uses the word "whichever" to indicate that you have the freedom to choose any evening you prefer. The other options do not convey the same meaning or use appropriate grammar.

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  • 33. 

    He managed ......

    • A.

      .... persuading me to go.

    • B.

      .... to persuade me to go.

    • C.

      .... persuading me going.

    • D.

      .... to persuade me going.

    • E.

      .... to persuade me go.

    Correct Answer
    B. .... to persuade me to go.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... to persuade me to go." The verb "managed" is followed by the infinitive form of the verb "to persuade," indicating that the person was successful in their attempt to convince or influence the speaker to go somewhere.

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  • 34. 

    Why did you come by taxi? ......  X  ...... some money!X = ?

    • A.

      You had better saved ....

    • B.

      You could have saved ....

    • C.

      You needn't have saved ....

    • D.

      You can have saved ....

    • E.

      You needed to have saved ....

    Correct Answer
    B. You could have saved ....
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "You could have saved ...." This is because the question implies that the person took a taxi and spent money unnecessarily. The phrase "You could have saved ...." suggests that the person had the option to save money by not taking a taxi and using alternative means of transportation instead.

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  • 35. 

    Which sentence is correct?

    • A.

      Bill's thinking to meet her again soon.

    • B.

      Sam suggesting to meet her again soon.

    • C.

      John's hoping to meet her again soon.

    • D.

      Fred's interested to meet her again soon.

    • E.

      Alan's interesting to meet her again soon.

    Correct Answer
    C. John's hoping to meet her again soon.
    Explanation
    The correct sentence is "John's hoping to meet her again soon." This sentence is grammatically correct and conveys the idea that John has a hope or desire to meet her again in the future. The other sentences have various grammatical errors or incorrect word choices.

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  • 36. 

    This guitar needs ......

    • A.

      .... to tune.

    • B.

      .... the tune.

    • C.

      .... tune.

    • D.

      .... tuning.

    • E.

      .... to be tune.

    Correct Answer
    D. .... tuning.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "tuning." In order to make the guitar sound in the correct pitch, it needs to undergo the process of tuning. This involves adjusting the tension of the strings to achieve the desired musical notes.

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  • 37. 

    I don't know the score.  I've ......

    • A.

      .... even turned the radio on.

    • B.

      .... just switched the radio on.

    • C.

      .... still switched the radio on.

    • D.

      .... already turned the radio on.

    • E.

      .... yet switched the radio on.

    Correct Answer
    B. .... just switched the radio on.
    Explanation
    The phrase "just switched the radio on" implies that the speaker has recently turned on the radio. The word "just" indicates that this action was done very recently, possibly in response to not knowing the score. The other options do not convey the same sense of immediacy or timing.

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  • 38. 

    I really wish I ......

    • A.

      .... hadn't had to answer so many questions.

    • B.

      .... wouldn't have done such a long test.

    • C.

      .... didn't do so many mistakes on the test.

    • D.

      .... wouldn't have to do this test.

    • E.

      .... can start again.

    Correct Answer
    A. .... hadn't had to answer so many questions.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is ".... hadn't had to answer so many questions." This answer expresses a wish that the person did not have to answer a large number of questions. The use of "hadn't had" implies that the person has already answered the questions and is reflecting on the experience. The phrase "so many questions" emphasizes the feeling of being overwhelmed or burdened by the task.

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