English Level 6

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English Level 6 - Quiz

This is a sample quiz. It will give you an idea of your English. When you begin your course with Emerald we will give you a loner test and an oral test before deciding your level.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the plural of 'you'

    • A.

      You

    • B.

      Yis

    • C.

      Ye

    • D.

      You lot

    • E.

      Yous

    Correct Answer
    E. Yous
    Explanation
    The plural of 'you' can vary depending on dialect and region. In some dialects, 'yous' is used as the plural form of 'you'. This is commonly found in certain parts of Ireland, Scotland, and some areas in the United States. While it may not be the most widely recognized plural form, it is still used by certain communities as a way to address or refer to a group of people.

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  • 2. 

    My wife ________ ________ to France (present perfect)

    Correct Answer
    has been
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has been." This is because the phrase "has been" is in the present perfect tense, which is used to describe an action that started in the past and is still ongoing or has just been completed. In this case, it suggests that the speaker's wife has recently returned from a trip to France.

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  • 3. 

    What time is this sentence about?'I seem to have lost my keys.'

    • A.

      Past

    • B.

      Present

    • C.

      Future

    • D.

      Past and present

    • E.

      All time

    Correct Answer
    D. Past and present
    Explanation
    The sentence "I seem to have lost my keys" implies that the speaker has lost their keys in the past, and they are currently experiencing the consequences of that loss in the present. The use of the phrase "seem to have" suggests uncertainty or a recent event, indicating that the action of losing the keys has occurred in the past but is still relevant in the present. Therefore, the sentence refers to both the past and present time.

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  • 4. 

    What part of speech is 'brown'? (Article, preposition, etc)

    • A.

      Noun

    • B.

      Verb

    • C.

      Adjective

    • D.

      All the above

    • E.

      None of the above

    Correct Answer
    D. All the above
    Explanation
    The word 'brown' can function as a noun, a verb, and an adjective. As a noun, it refers to a color or a type of animal, like a brown bear. As a verb, it means to become brown or to make something brown, like when food is cooked. As an adjective, it describes something that is of the color brown. Therefore, 'brown' can be used as all of the above parts of speech.

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  • 5. 

    What is the best ending for this sentence?'If I walked to work, ...

    • A.

      ... I will be healthier'

    • B.

      ... I would be healthier.'

    • C.

      ... I will have been healthier.'

    • D.

      .... I would have been healthier.'

    • E.

      ... I will have not driven.'

    Correct Answer
    B. ... I would be healthier.'
    Explanation
    The best ending for this sentence is "... I would be healthier." This is the correct answer because it uses the conditional form "would" to show a hypothetical situation. The sentence is discussing the potential outcome of walking to work, and using "would" indicates that the speaker is imagining a different reality where they choose to walk.

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