T7 Mid Course Exam Practice

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T7 Mid Course Exam Practice - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Jack ____ ____ _________ (do) exams all morning so he was very tired.

    We use Past Perfect Continuous when we want to emphasise an action that causes a result in the past.
    ACTION = had been doing exams
    RESULT = was tired.

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  • 2. 

    PassiveThey will give you your exam results at the end of February.BEThe results of the exam __________________________ to you at the end of February.

    Passive future will + be + past participle

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  • 3. 

    What a lovely day.  I____ ____ (think) about going to the park.  Do you want to come?

    Remember - verbs like "think" can be used for two different meanings. "I think it is cold today" is an opinion (a state) so we use simple tenses. "I'm thinking about my dinner tonight" is something you are doing (an action) so we can use the continuous. You should read the context carefully to decide if it is a "state" or an "action".

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  • 4. 

    PassiveThey are opening the new sports centre tomorrow.OPENEDThe new sports centre _________________________________ tomorrow.

    Present continuous for a fixed future event.
    Passive future will + be + past participle

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  • 5. 

    PassiveYou can use your mobile phone in class.BEMobile phones _______________________________ in class.

    Passive modal verb + be + past participle.

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  • 6. 

    I'm 30 years old and I met Louisa 25 years ago.

    • A.

      I've known her since I was 5 years old.

    • B.

      I know her since I was 5 years old.

    • C.

      I'm knowing her since I was five years old.

    • D.

      I knew her since I was 5 years old.

    Correct Answer
    A. I've known her since I was 5 years old.
    (1) When we talk about how long we have known somebody, we use the present perfect. We do NOT use the present simple because we are talking about the past and the present at the same time.
    (2) To know somebody is a state, so we do not use continuous tenses.
    (3) The state started in the past and continues to now so it is linked to the present.

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  • 7. 

    A few years ago I ______ _____ ____ (go) to Greece on holiday every year.

    Correct Answer
    used to go
    We can use "used to" or past simple to talk about states and actions that occurred more than once in the past.

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  • 8. 

    PassiveThey haven't heard from Jack for six months.BEENJack _______________________________ from for 6 months.

    Correct Answer
    hasn't been heard
    Present Perfect Passive in negative hasn't + been + past participle.

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  • 9. 

    PassiveThey announced the competition last week.WASThe competition ________________________ last week.

    Correct Answer
    was announced
    Past Simple Passive was + past participle

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  • 10. 

    I wish I / play / football now and not studying English!

    Correct Answer
    I wish I was playing football now and not studying English!
    (1) We use past tenses in hypothetical or imaginary situations.
    (2) We use past continuous in this sentence because we are talking about this moment.

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  • 11. 

    While / we / watch / the film, my uncle / start / snoring.

    Correct Answer
    While we were watching the film, my uncle started snoring.
    (1) We use past continuous to describe an action in progress in the past.
    (2) We use the past simple to describe an action that interrupts another action in the past.
    (3) Short actions (start) are always in the simple tense

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  • 12. 

    I / not go / to Egypt.  Have you?

    Correct Answer
    I've never been to Egypt. Have you?
    I haven't been to Egypt. Have you?
    I've not been to Egypt. Have you?
    (1) The answer is B because the question is in present perfect.
    (2) Have been and have gone:
    Have been = I went then I returned
    Have gone = I went (but I haven't returned)
    (3) We would not usually say "I've gone to London" because that means "I'm in London".

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  • 13. 

    What / you / think / this quiz?

    Correct Answer
    What do you think about this quiz?
    What do you think of this quiz?
    (1) We use the simple tenses when asking for an opinion.
    (2) "think about" or "think of"

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