Grade 7 Final Test - Use Of English (Variant 1)

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  • 1. 

    I really have to go now. My plane ___ (leave) at 10.30.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "leaves" because the sentence is in the present tense and the subject "plane" is singular. Therefore, the verb should also be in the present tense and agree with the subject, resulting in "leaves."

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  • 2. 

    Jules Verne ___ (write) “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea”.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "wrote". In this sentence, the verb "wrote" is the past tense form of the verb "write". It correctly matches the subject "Jules Verne" and indicates that he is the one who performed the action of writing the book "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea".

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  • 3. 

    It ___ (rain) for two days.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has been raining" because the sentence is in the present perfect continuous tense. This tense is used to talk about an action that started in the past and is still happening in the present. In this case, the action of raining started in the past and has continued for two days, indicating that it is still ongoing. Therefore, "has been raining" is the appropriate verb form to use in this sentence.

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  • 4. 

    If we buy a car, we ___ (not have to) travel by train.

    Explanation
    The correct answer for this question is "will not have to" and "won't have to" because both phrases convey the same meaning. They indicate that purchasing a car eliminates the need to travel by train.

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  • 5. 

    Jackie ___ (take) notes during the previous lesson.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "was taking" because it is the past continuous tense form of the verb "take". This tense is used to describe an ongoing action in the past. In this case, Jackie was in the process of taking notes during the previous lesson.

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  • 6. 

    They ___ (plan) their holidays for the last two weeks.

    Explanation
    The sentence is in the present perfect continuous tense, indicating an action that started in the past and is still ongoing in the present. The word "have been" is used to show that the subject has been engaged in the activity of planning their holidays for the last two weeks.

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  • 7. 

    I ___ (study) in my bedroom at the moment, but I can join you in the park later.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "am studying" because the sentence is in the present continuous tense, which is used to describe an action that is happening at the moment of speaking. In this case, the speaker is currently studying in their bedroom. The use of "am" as the helping verb indicates that the action is being performed by the first person singular pronoun "I".

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  • 8. 

    She ___ (write) a letter when the lights went out.

    Explanation
    The use of "was writing" in this sentence indicates that the action of writing the letter was already in progress when the lights suddenly went out. This suggests that the interruption caused by the power outage interrupted the ongoing activity of writing the letter.

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  • 9. 

    ___ (you/ever/see) the Matrix? It has a great soundtrack.

    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "have you ever seen." This is because the question is asking about whether the person has seen the movie "The Matrix." The phrase "have you ever seen" is the correct way to form a question in the present perfect tense, which is used to inquire about past experiences or actions that may still be relevant in the present.

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  • 10. 

    Yes, I ___ (see) “Titanic” last year.

    Explanation
    The sentence is in the past tense and requires the past form of the verb "see". The correct answer, "saw", is the past tense of "see" and correctly completes the sentence.

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  • 11. 

    Never/roller coaster/have/on/they/a/ridden/.

    Explanation
    The given sentence is a statement about someone's past experiences. It states that "they" (the subject) have never ridden on a roller coaster. The sentence is in the present perfect tense, which is used to talk about past actions or experiences that have a connection to the present. In this case, it suggests that the person has never had the experience of riding a roller coaster in their life.

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  • 12. 

    Italy/never/has/friend/been/my/best/to/.

    Explanation
    The given sentence is not structured correctly. The correct sentence should be "My best friend has never been to Italy." The original sentence is jumbled and does not follow the correct word order.

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  • 13. 

    Haunted/you/a/explored/have/ever/mansion/?

    Explanation
    The given correct answer is a question that asks if the person has ever explored a haunted mansion. It is formed by rearranging the words in the given jumbled sentence to create a grammatically correct and meaningful question.

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  • 14. 

    Ever/the Great Wall/China/visited/of/he/has/?

    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it follows the correct word order for a question in English. In a question, the auxiliary verb (in this case, "has") is placed before the subject ("he"), followed by the main verb ("visited"), and then the object ("the Great Wall of China"). The question is formed by inverting the subject and the auxiliary verb.

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  • 15. 

    Helicopter/flown/never/have/I/a/in/.

    Explanation
    The given answer correctly rearranges the words to form a grammatically correct sentence. It states that the person has never had the experience of flying in a helicopter.

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  • 16. 

    “Shrek” is ___ (funny) than “Home Alone”.

    Explanation
    "Shrek" is described as "funnier" than "Home Alone". This means that "Shrek" is more amusing or humorous compared to "Home Alone".

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  • 17. 

    Madonna is ___ (famous) than Beyonce.

    Explanation
    Madonna is described as "more famous" than Beyonce. This implies that Madonna has a higher level of fame or recognition compared to Beyonce. The phrase "more famous" indicates a comparative degree, suggesting that Madonna's fame surpasses that of Beyonce.

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  • 18. 

    I prefer classical music because it is ___ (relaxing) than rock music.

    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "more relaxing". In the sentence, the speaker is expressing a preference for classical music over rock music, stating that classical music is "more relaxing" than rock music. This implies that the speaker finds classical music to have a greater ability to induce a state of relaxation compared to rock music.

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  • 19. 

    In my opinion, people, who write songs, are often ___ (talented) than singers.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "more talented" because the sentence is comparing the level of talent between people who write songs and singers. By using the comparative form "more talented," it suggests that the level of talent possessed by songwriters is higher than that of singers.

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  • 20. 

    This film is the ___ (successful) film ever!

    Explanation
    This answer is correct because it correctly fills in the blank with the superlative form of the adjective "successful." The phrase "most successful" is used to compare the film to all other films and indicate that it is the highest in terms of success.

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  • 21. 

    I ran … an old friend of mine in the supermarket yesterday.

    • A.

      After

    • B.

      Into

    • C.

      Of

    Correct Answer
    B. Into
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "into". In this sentence, the phrase "ran into" means to unexpectedly meet or encounter someone. Therefore, the correct preposition to use in this context is "into".

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  • 22. 

    A: I feel really sick. B: You … play outside.

    • A.

      Shouldn't

    • B.

      Should

    • C.

      Should to

    Correct Answer
    A. Shouldn't
    Explanation
    Based on the context of the conversation, person A is expressing that they feel sick. Person B's response implies that playing outside is not a good idea for person A in their current condition. The word "shouldn't" is used to indicate that it is not advisable for person A to play outside.

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  • 23. 

    Henry … to Ireland last week.

    • A.

      Used to go

    • B.

      Went

    • C.

      Has gone

    Correct Answer
    B. Went
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "went" because the sentence is in the past tense and "went" is the past simple form of the verb "to go."

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  • 24. 

    The cat ran away … it saw a dog.

    • A.

      Until

    • B.

      As soon as

    • C.

      Then

    Correct Answer
    B. As soon as
    Explanation
    The phrase "as soon as" is the correct answer because it indicates that the cat ran away immediately after seeing the dog. "As soon as" implies a cause-and-effect relationship, suggesting that the sight of the dog prompted the cat to run away.

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  • 25. 

    My hair is …

    • A.

      Shoulder-lenth

    • B.

      Tall

    • C.

      Small

    Correct Answer
    A. Shoulder-lenth
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "shoulder-length" because it is a common term used to describe the length of hair that reaches the shoulders. It is a valid and understandable way to describe the length of someone's hair.

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  • 26. 

    I found the book really …

    • A.

      Bore

    • B.

      Boring

    • C.

      Bored

    Correct Answer
    B. Boring
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "boring." In this sentence, the speaker is expressing their opinion about the book. They are describing it as "boring," indicating that they did not find it interesting or engaging.

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  • 27. 

    John gave … boxing two years ago because of a bad injury.

    • A.

      Up

    • B.

      Back

    • C.

      Away

    Correct Answer
    A. Up
    Explanation
    John gave up boxing two years ago because of a bad injury.

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  • 28. 

    I promise, I … feed the cat.

    • A.

      Will

    • B.

      Am going to

    • C.

      Would

    Correct Answer
    A. Will
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "will." In this sentence, the speaker is making a promise about a future action of feeding the cat. The use of "will" indicates a future intention or plan to perform the action.

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  • 29. 

    She came … a letter from an old friend.

    • A.

      Back

    • B.

      Round

    • C.

      Across

    Correct Answer
    C. Across
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "across." This is because when someone comes "across" a letter, it implies that they have encountered or found it unexpectedly. The word "across" suggests movement from one side to another, indicating that the person stumbled upon the letter while going about their day.

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  • 30. 

    Have you done your homework? – No, not …

    • A.

      Yet

    • B.

      Just

    • C.

      Ever

    Correct Answer
    A. Yet
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "yet". In this context, "yet" is used to indicate that the person has not completed their homework at the present moment. It implies that they may still do it in the future, but as of now, it remains unfinished.

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  • 31. 

    I’ve been a fan of Harry Potter … 2001.

    • A.

      Yet

    • B.

      For

    • C.

      Since

    Correct Answer
    C. Since
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "since". The word "since" is used to indicate a specific point in time when an action or event started. In this case, the speaker has been a fan of Harry Potter since the year 2001. The word "yet" would imply that the speaker is still a fan, but it doesn't provide any information about when their fandom began. The word "for" is used to indicate a duration of time, but it doesn't specify when the fandom started.

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  • 32. 

    Have you heard his new song …?

    • A.

      Always

    • B.

      Ago

    • C.

      Yet

    Correct Answer
    C. Yet
    Explanation
    The word "yet" is the correct answer because it is commonly used to ask if someone has done something or experienced something up until the present moment. In this question, the phrase "Have you heard his new song" implies that the action of hearing the song may not have occurred yet, and the word "yet" is used to inquire about it.

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  • 33. 

    Don’t turn … the radio. I love this song!

    • A.

      In

    • B.

      Into

    • C.

      Off

    Correct Answer
    C. Off
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "off" because the sentence is expressing a desire to stop or cease the action of turning the radio. The speaker wants the radio to be turned off so that they can fully enjoy the song they love.

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  • 34. 

    Camels live in the desert, …?

    • A.

      Do they

    • B.

      Don't they

    • C.

      Can they

    Correct Answer
    B. Don't they
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "don't they". This is because the question is asking for a negative confirmation about camels living in the desert. The phrase "don't they" is a tag question that is used to confirm a negative statement. In this case, it is implying that camels do not live in the desert.

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  • 35. 

    We haven’t got … time.

    • A.

      Much

    • B.

      Few

    • C.

      Some

    Correct Answer
    A. Much
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "much" because the phrase "We haven't got much time" indicates that there is a small amount of time available. "Few" is incorrect because it is used for countable nouns, while "time" is uncountable. "Some" is also incorrect because it implies an indefinite quantity, whereas the sentence suggests a limited amount of time.

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