Final Test Pre- Intermediate Level

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Final Test Pre- Intermediate Level

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    1 Choose the correct answers. 1 I try to avoid ______ lunch in the school cafeteria. The food is awful.
    • A. 

      Eat

    • B. 

      To eat

    • C. 

      Eating

    • D. 

      Eaten

  • 2. 
    2 There have been ______ burglaries in this area recently.
    • A. 

      Much

    • B. 

      Any

    • C. 

      A little

    • D. 

      A few

  • 3. 
    Many tourists who come to Britain visit ______ capital city because London is so famous.
    • A. 

      A

    • B. 

      -

    • C. 

      The

    • D. 

      At

  • 4. 
    Jamie is not as intelligent ______ his brother.
    • A. 

      Than

    • B. 

      Of

    • C. 

      As

    • D. 

      To

  • 5. 
    This is ______ entertaining film I have ever seen.
    • A. 

      The most

    • B. 

      The more

    • C. 

      The better

    • D. 

      Too

  • 6. 
    ‘Has Dad ______ to the supermarket?’ ‘Yes, we’ve run out of bread.’
    • A. 

      Went

    • B. 

      Gone

    • C. 

      Been

    • D. 

      Was

  • 7. 
    Listen! Someone __________ the violin upstairs. Can you hear it?(play)  
  • 8. 
    The Berlin Wall _______________ (come) down in 1989.
  • 9. 
    My brother played a practical joke on me while I _______________ (sleep).
  • 10. 
    I hope to see Jane this weekend. I _______________ (not see) her since last Christmas!
  • 11. 
    In the future, the energy people use in their homes _______________ (not come) from oil.
  • 12. 
    Ice cubes melt if you _______________ (put) them in warm water.
  • 13. 
    If you listen to your MP3 player so loud, you _______________ (damage) your ears.
  • 14. 
    TASK 3 Rewrite the sentences. 1 I have made plans to go to the cinema with Toby on Friday. I am ___________________________________________________________________.
  • 15. 
    2 It isn’t necessary to give that book back. You ___________________________________________________________________.
  • 16. 
    3 People don’t switch their lights off, so they waste energy. If people ________________________________________________________________.
  • 17. 
    4 I like dogs a lot, but I don’t have one. I wish __________________________________________________________________.
  • 18. 
    5 Monica left the café and I arrived a minute later. When I arrived ___________________________________________________________.
  • 19. 
    6 ‘I can’t see my car,’ said Diana. Diana said _______________________________________________________________.
  • 20. 
    7 They will send the invitations tomorrow. The invitations ____________________________________________________________.
  • 21. 
    4 Read the notice and complete the words. School trip to France The school exchange trip is to a small 1 v_ _ _ _ge[Blank]. There is a 2 b_ _ _ _’s[Blank] selling bread and snacks, and a newsagent’s for things like 3 n_ _ _p_ _ _ _s[Blank] and magazines, but there isn’t a 4 c_ _ _ _ _ _’s[Blank], so please make sure you take any medicine you need with you. Students will stay with French families. Be 5 p_ _ _ _e[Blank] and 6 q_ _e_[Blank], and help around the house. Remember: in France it is normal to greet someone by 7 k_ _ _ing[Blank] them on the cheek. Please make sure you have a French 8 d_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _y[Blank] with you so that you can look up words you don’t know. The village is near the sea, so there will be a chance to do water sports like 9 s_ _f_ _ _[Blank] and 10 r_ _ing[Blank]. Please bring suitable clothes and shoes.
  • 22. 
    5 Complete the dialogue with the words/phrases below. There are five words/phrases you do not need. audience    audition    buskers     camcorder     digital radio     jazz      MP3 player receipt        refund      return          shoplifter       thief       updates      uploads      wallet Boy: Hi. I’m looking for a present for my sister’s birthday. She’s really into music. Assistant:OK, what about this 1[Blank]? It receives hundreds of stations. Boy:Hmm. I think she’d prefer to record her own music. She loves 2[Blank]. She sings and she  3[Blank] her own songs to the Internet. Assistant:Well, how about this 4[Blank]? She can save hundreds of songs and share them with her friends. Boy:That sounds great. Can I 5[Blank] it if she doesn’t like it? Assistant:Of course. Just keep your 6[Blank]. Boy:OK, brilliant. I’ll take it. Oh no! I can’t find my 7[Blank]. Assistant: Where did you last have it? Boy:At the market. I was watching some 8[Blank]. There was probably a(n) 9[Blank] in the 10[Blank]. Assistant: I’ll call the police.
  • 23. 
    Use of English 6 Complete the text. Choose the correct options, A, B, C or D. Ronnie Biggs is probably one of the most famous 1[Blank] in Britain. In August 1963, with 14 other gang members he stole 2.6 million pounds from a mail train travelling 2[Blank]Glasgow and London. This was an 3[Blank] large amount of money at the time. However, the police caught him in September and he 4[Blank]to prison for 30 years. But Biggs only stayed in prison 5[Blank] July 1965, when he escaped and eventually ran away to Australia with his wife and sons. They 6[Blank] there for 3 years when the police found out that they were in the country. So Biggs had to run away again, this time to Brazil, but without his family. Biggs lived a relatively 7[Blank] life in Brazil for over 30 years but returned, voluntarily, to the UK in 2001. The police 8[Blank] him as soon as he got off the plane and sent him back to jail. Since then he 9[Blank] various health problems and, as a result, he 10[Blank] from prison in 2009.   1 A arsonists            B burglars            C murderers         D robbers 2 A between              B from                  C in                        D at 3 A absolutely           B definitely          C deliberately       D extremely 4 A has been sent    B had sent           C sent                    D was sent 5 A for                        B from                   C since                 D until 6 A had been living  B have lived          C lived                  D were living 7 A enjoy                   B enjoyable            C enjoying          D enjoyment 8 A arrested             B asked                   C flew                  D invited 9 A had                     B had had               C has                   D has had 10 A has been released  B has released   C released     D was released
  • 24. 
    Listen to the people talking about where they live. Complete the sentences with the correct speaker, A, B, C, D or E. There is one extra sentence you do not need.
  • 25. 
    Writing 9 Your American friend is coming with you to a special family occasion. Write him/her an email to tell him/her what to expect. - Say that you are happy he/she can come to the event and tell him/her when and where it is. - Briefly explain who will be there and what will happen. - Recommend what to wear/not to wear and explain why. - Mention one other custom or tradition that he/she should be aware of.
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