Vocabulary And Grammar Practice Test! Trivia Quiz

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. The English language is not so difficult to understand, but this does not mean it is not okay to have some issue when it comes to different vocabularies as full-time English speakers have a hard time too. In this vocabulary and grammar practice test, you will get a chance to sharpen your skills, how about you try it out.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Complete the text with the correct form of these words. Jenny was having a bad day. She had got up late, missed the bus and arrived late for school. Her friend, Claire, was angry with her because she had promised to be there early. ‘You’re so unreliable!’ she said. The two of them were giving a science presentation later and they needed to practise it. In the end, the presentation went badly and Claire blamed her. Jenny decided that she would send her a text message to say sorry, but she didn’t think she would reply. ‘If I hadn’t got up late, I (1) …………………………..…...  the bus and been late for school,’ Jenny thought as she walked home alone. ‘Claire wouldn’t be angry with me now if I (2) …………………………..…...  more reliable. The presentation would have gone well if we (3) …………………………..…...  more time to practise it and we would (4) …………………………..…...  home together now. If I (5) …………………………..…... her a text message to say sorry, she probably won’t even reply.’ Jenny was wrong. Her phone buzzed immediately. ‘It’s OK!’ the message said. ‘It wasn’t all your fault. Next time we’ll both be better prepared.’ •    be                •   send                •   miss              •   walk                •    have
  • 2. 
    It is very important to use pesticides on crops to protect us from (1) …………………………..…...that could be (2) …………………………..…... by pests and parasites. However, some crops are altered genetically to make them look nicer or grow bigger. Some people are worried that genetic (3) …………………………..…... will go too far and we will accidentally create a (4) …………………………..…... that will become (5) …………………………..…... to the very pesticides that we use on it.
  • 3. 
    Paul:    If it’s a nice day tomorrow do you fancy going running, Pete?  Liam:   Mmm, OK, (1) as long as/unless I can find my trainers. Paul:    Well, (2) if only/supposing you find them, shall we meet at the park at 7 am? Liam:   Mmm. OK. Yes, (3) unless/providing my alarm clock doesn’t go off. Paul:    Well, (4) unless/providing you set it, it will go off!   Liam:   Haha, I know, but sometimes I forget to set it, and I'm not very good at getting up early in the mornings.  Paul:    Me too. (5) Supposing/I wish I was one of those people who could jump out of bed early.  Liam:   OK, come on. Let's set ourselves the challenge to get up and go!
  • 4. 
    There were strange scenes at a school football match last night which stemmed (1) …………………………..…... a cheese sandwich being thrown between rival supporters. The incident was sparked (2) …………………………..…... when the local team took a surprise lead. This prompted the opposing school’s fans (3) …………………………..…... start singing, which (4) …………………………..…... turn led to the local supporters throwing sandwiches at the opposition’s fans. However, instead of reacting, the opposition’s fans started eating the sandwiches. This gave rise (5) …………………………..…... laughter in the crowd and the matched finished in a 1–1 draw. •  at              •   from            •    in                •   off                •   to (x2)                    •   with
  • 5. 
    Choose the correct alternatives to complete the dialogue. Paul:    If it’s a nice day tomorrow do you fancy going running, Pete? Liam:   Mmm, OK, (1) ______________I can find my trainers.
    • A. 

      As long as

    • B. 

      Unless

  • 6. 
    Liam:   Mmm. OK. Yes, (3)  ___________ my alarm clock doesn’t go off.
    • A. 

      Unless

    • B. 

      Providing

  • 7. 
    Paul:    Me too. (5) ________  I was one of those people who could jump out of bed early.
    • A. 

      Supposing

    • B. 

      I wish

  • 8. 
    ‘If I hadn’t got up late, I (1) [Blank]   the bus and been late for school,’ Jenny thought as she walked home alone.  
  • 9. 
    ‘Claire wouldn’t be angry with me now if I (2) [Blank]  more reliable. 
  • 10. 
    The presentation would have gone well if we (3)  [Blank]  more time to practice it and we would (4) …………………………..…...  home together now.       
  • 11. 
    If I (5) [Blank]  her a text message to say sorry, she probably won’t even reply.’
  • 12. 
    Paul:    Well, (2) ____________ you find them, shall we meet at the park at 7 am?
    • A. 

      If only

    • B. 

      Supposing

  • 13. 
    Complete the text with these words. There are three extra words. It is very important to use pesticides on crops to protect us from (1) …………………………..…...that could be ....
    • A. 

      Contracted

    • B. 

      Diseases

    • C. 

      Engineering

    • D. 

      Modifying

    • E. 

      Remedies

    • F. 

      Resistant

    • G. 

      Species

    • H. 

      Transmitted

  • 14. 
    Complete the news report with these words. There are two extra words. There were strange scenes at a school football match last night which stemmed (1) [Blank] a cheese sandwich being thrown between rival supporters.
  • 15. 
    The incident was sparked (2) [Blank] when the local team took a surprise lead.    
  • 16. 
    This prompted the opposing school’s fans (3)  [Blank]  start singing, which ...   
  • 17. 
    ... which (4) [Blank]  turn led to the local supporters throwing sandwiches at the opposition’s fans.
  • 18. 
    This gave rise (5) [Blank]  laughter in the crowd and the matched finished in a 1–1 draw.
  • 19. 
    The presentation would have gone well if we (3) …………………………..…...   more time to practice it and we would (4) [Blank]   home together now.       
  • 20. 
    Paul:    Well, (4)  ___________  you set it, it will go off!
    • A. 

      Unless

    • B. 

      Providing

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