Copy Of Gateway B1 Unit 5 Test Standard Grammar

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  • 1. 

    Complete the sentences with the correct comparative or superlative form of theseadjectives. In your answer write only the correct form of the adjective.bad • big • funny • important • intelligent

  • 2. 

    Correct the mistakes in the sentences.Example 1: For me dramas are the more interesting than comedies.Correct answer: are more interesting.Example 2:  The weather today is as cold than it was yesterday.                                                   Correct answer: as cold as 

  • 3. 

    Complete the text with too or enough.

  • 4. 

    A: Which actor has …………………………..……..………..……..………..……..………..……… house in Hollywood?B: I don’t know. Maybe it’s Ashton Kutcher.

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    My sister, Bea, is ………………………..……..………..……..………..……..………..………… member of our family. She can speakfive languages and she’s really good at maths.

    Explanation
    The given sentence states that Bea can speak five languages and is good at maths. This implies that she possesses a high level of intelligence, making her the most intelligent member of the family.

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    I love the new cartoon series. It’s much ……………..……..………..……..………..……..………..…………………… the last one.

    Explanation
    The given correct answer "funnier than" suggests that the new cartoon series is more humorous or entertaining compared to the last one.

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    A: Is it …………………..……..………..……..………..……..………..……………… to do my maths homework or my English?B: Your maths homework. We’ve got a test tomorrow.

    Explanation
    Based on the conversation between A and B, it can be inferred that B suggests doing the maths homework as it is more important. This is indicated by B mentioning that they have a test tomorrow, implying that studying for the test takes priority over doing the English homework.

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    My handwriting is a lot ………………..……..………..……..………..……..………..………………… it was in the past. It’s because I text all the time.

    Explanation
    The given correct answer "worse than" suggests that the person's handwriting is not as good as it used to be. This decline in handwriting quality is attributed to the fact that the person texts frequently. The constant use of texting may have led to a lack of practice and attention to handwriting, resulting in a deterioration of their writing skills.

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  • 9. 

    The film last night was the more interesting than I was expecting.

    Explanation
    The given sentence is comparing the level of interest in the film to the speaker's expectations. The correct answer, "was more interesting," is used to compare the film's level of interest to the speaker's expectations. The repetition of "more interesting" emphasizes the difference between the actual level of interest and the speaker's expectations. The word "than" indicates that the film was more interesting than what the speaker was expecting.

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  • 10. 

    For me, maths is less interesting as science.

    Explanation
    The given sentence is comparing the level of interest in maths and science and stating that maths is less interesting compared to science.

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  • 11. 

    My English essay is a lot worst than yours!

    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it correctly identifies the comparative form "worse than" which is used to compare two things. Additionally, it includes the word "worse" which is the comparative form of "bad" and the phrase "a lot worse" which emphasizes a greater degree of inferiority. All three expressions are used to compare the quality of the speaker's English essay to the other person's.

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  • 12. 

    Some people say that Chinese Mandarin is the more difficult language to learn in the world!

    Explanation
    Chinese Mandarin is considered the most difficult language to learn in the world according to some people. The use of "the most difficult" emphasizes that it is the language that presents the highest level of challenge for learners. Additionally, the repetition of "most" and "the most" further emphasizes the difficulty level, reinforcing the idea that Chinese Mandarin is exceptionally hard to master compared to other languages.

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  • 13. 

    Monica Cruz is not as famous than her sister Penelope.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "as famous as, famous as" because the sentence is comparing the fame of Monica Cruz to her sister Penelope. The correct comparative form to use in this case is "as...as," which indicates that both Monica Cruz and Penelope are equally famous. The incorrect phrase "not as famous than" suggests a comparison of lesser fame, which is not the intended meaning of the sentence.

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  • 14. 

    My dad has just bought a new TV. He said the old one was  ……………………… small and he couldn’t see the screen.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "too". This is because the sentence states that the old TV was small and the speaker's dad couldn't see the screen. "Too" is used to indicate that something is excessive or beyond a certain limit, in this case, the small size of the TV. Therefore, the dad couldn't see the screen because the TV was excessively small.

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    But the TV he has bought now is ……………………… big!

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "too" because it is used to indicate that the size of the TV he has bought is excessive or beyond what is desired or needed. The word "too" in this context suggests that the TV is larger than expected or desired.

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    My mum’s really angry and she says we haven’t got ……………………… space in the living room!

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "enough" because the sentence indicates that there is a lack of space in the living room. The word "enough" implies that there is an insufficient amount of space, causing the mother to be angry.

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  • 17. 

    She thinks it was (4) ……………………… expensive

    Explanation
    The word "too" is used to indicate that something is excessive or beyond what is desirable or necessary. In this context, the speaker believes that whatever they are referring to was excessively expensive. The word "too" emphasizes the high cost and suggests that it was more than expected or reasonable.

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    And she doesn’t think the programmes are good (5) ……………………… to buy a giant TV.

    Explanation
    The word "enough" is the correct answer because it fits grammatically in the sentence and completes the meaning. The sentence suggests that the person doesn't think the programmes are good, and this lack of satisfaction is connected to the decision of whether or not to buy a giant TV. The word "enough" implies that the person doesn't believe the programmes are good to the extent that it would justify purchasing a giant TV.

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