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Lt;question>Complete the sentence with the verb: I _________my homework yesterday.






<variant>did

<variant>played

<variant>drove

<variant>lived

<variant>listened

 

<question>Choose the right variant: Do...know the young man, ... name is Patrick?

<variant>you/whose

<variant>she/whose

<variant>you/that

<variant>he/which

<variant>they/whom

 

<question>Complete the sentence with appropriate auxiliary verb: _____they play tennis after school yesterday?

<variant>Did

<variant>Does

<variant>Have

<variant>Has

<variant>Are

 

<question>Choose the right variant: She likes to go shopping ... Sunday mornings.

<variant>on

<variant>at

<variant>in

<variant>to

<variant>from

 

<question>Choose the right preposition: My father has lived in Japan ... 5 years.

<variant>for

<variant>since

<variant>ago

<variant>between

<variant>at

 

<question>Choose the correct preposition: Nick has gone, but he will return an hour.

<variant>in

<variant>near

<variant>to

<variant>by

<variant>after

 

<question>Choose the right answer: He has () been to London.

<variant>never

<variant>often

<variant>sometimes

<variant>seldom

<variant>always

 

<question>Find the antonym: midnight-

<variant>midday

<variant>soon

<variant>moon

<variant>midmoon

<variant>sun

 

<question>Put the sentence into the Future Simple: I go for a walk after supper.

<variant>I shall go for a walk after supper.

<variant>I was going for a walk after supper.

<variant>I am going for a walk after supper.

<variant>I went for a walk after supper.

<variant>I have gone for a walk after supper.

 

<question>Put the sentence into the Future Simple: Mr. Patrick is in the office.



<variant>Mr. Patrick will be in the office.

<variant>Mr. Patrick was in the office.

<variant>Mr. Patrick has been in the office.

<variant>Mr. Patrick is been in the office.

<variant>Mr. Patrick be in the office.

 

<question>Put the sentence into the Future Simple: She passes her exams successfully.

<variant>She will pass her exams successfully.

<variant>She passed her exams successfully.

<variant>She has passed her exams successfully.

<variant>She is passing her exams successfully.

<variant>She was passing her exams successfully.

 

<question>Choose the right variant: sixteen + twenty is .

<variant>thirty-six

<variant>thirteen-six

<variant>thirty-one

<variant>three

<variant>threety

 

<question>Choose the right verb for the sentence: I invited Sue to the party, but I dont

think she .

<variant>will come

<variant>will pass

<variant>will look

<variant>will get wet

<variant>will live

 

<question>Choose the right tense form for the sentence: By the time she comes, he dinner.

<variant>will have cooked

<variant>have cooked

<variant>cooked

<variant>is cooking

<variant>cooks

 

<question>Choose the right tense form for the sentence: When we get there, the film .

<variant>will have started

<variant>will started

<variant>have started

<variant>started

<variant>starts

 

<question>Choose the right variant: It hasnt rained September

<variant>since

<variant>for

<variant>ago

<variant>already

<variant>yet

 

<question>Choose the right synonym: to be located -

<variant>to be situated

<variant>to be elected

<variant>to be adopted



<variant>to be separated

<variant>to be strengthened

 

<question>Choose the right synonym: different -

<variant>various

<variant>executive

<variant>droughty

<variant>cosy

<variant>independent

 

<question>Choose the right tense form: I was watching TV, when she .

<variant>called

<variant>call

<variant>calls

<variant>is calling

<variant>will call

 

<question>Choose the right tense form: When the phone rang, she a letter.

<variant>was writing

<variant>will write

<variant>wrote

<variant>writes

<variant>write

 

<question>Choose the right variant: I was born September.

<variant>in

<variant>on

<variant>at

<variant>during

<variant>for

 

<question>Choose the right variant: I was born the 1st of September.

<variant>on

<variant>in

<variant>at

<variant>during

<variant>for

 

<question>Choose the right form of the Past Perfect: Before she went to London, she never such a nice beach.

<variant>had/seen

<variant>has/seen

<variant>is/seen

<variant>sees

<variant>will see

 

<question>Choose the right tense form: They working at the project now.

<variant>are

<variant>is

<variant>have

<variant>shall

<variant>were

 

<question>Choose the right tag question: Mark wont be late,he?

<variant>will

<variant>shall

<variant>is

<variant>was

<variant>were

 

<question>Choose the appropriate formula of the Present Perfect Tense:

<variant>have/has + V3

<variant>V2

<variant>had + V-3

<variant>am/is/are + V-ing

<variant>shall/will + V

 

<question>Choose the appropriate formula of the Present Continuous Tense:

<variant>am/is/are + V-ing

<variant>V2

<variant>had + V-3

<variant>have/has + V3

<variant>shall/will + V

 

<question>Choose the appropriate formula of the Present Simple Tense:

<variant>V, V-s,es

<variant>V2

<variant>had + V-3

<variant>have/has + V3

<variant>shall/will + V

 

<question>Choose the appropriate formula of the Future Simple Tense:

<variant>shall/will + V

<variant>V2

<variant>had + V-3

<variant>have/has + V3

<variant>V, V-s,es

 

<question>What tense form is the given sentence related to: He has already written eight books.

<variant>Present Perfect

<variant>Past Simple

<variant>Past Perfect

<variant>Past Continuous

<variant>Present Simple

 

<question>What tense form is the given sentence related to: She always helps her mother about the house.

<variant>Present Simple

<variant>Present Continuous

<variant>Past Perfect

<variant>Past Continuous

<variant>Present Perfect

 

 

<question>What tense form is the given sentence related to: They are cooking dinner now.

<variant>Present Continuous

<variant>Present Simple

<variant>Past Perfect

<variant>Past Continuous

<variant>Present Perfect

 

<question>Change the sentence from affirmative into negative: My uncle built a new house last year.

<variant>My uncle didnt build a new house last year.

<variant>My uncle doesnt build a new house last year.

<variant>My uncle isnt built a new house last year.

<variant>My uncle hasnt built a new house last year.

<variant>My uncle hadnt built a new house last year.

 

<question>Change the sentence from affirmative into negative: At the end of the term the students pass exams.

<variant>The students dont pass exams at the end of the year.

<variant>The students didnt pass exams at the end of the year.

<variant>The students wont pass exams at the end of the year.

<variant>The students arent pass exams at the end of the year.

<variant>The students havent pass exams at the end of the year.

 

<question>Choose the right word: He is ____. He d like something to eat.

<variant>hungry

<variant>thirsty

<variant>hot

<variant>angry

<variant>cold

 

<question>Choose the right preposition of movement: Go _____the bridge!!!

<variant>across

<variant>up

<variant>down

<variant>through

<variant>out of

 

<question>Choose the right indefinite pronoun: There is __________in the box.

<variant>something

<variant>anything

<variant>anybody

<variant>some

<variant>nothing

 

<question>Choose the right indefinite pronoun: Is ______clear?

<variant>anything

<variant>something

<variant>anybody

<variant>some

<variant>nothing

 

<question>Choose the right indefinite pronoun: What is happened?- _______.

<variant>nothing

<variant>some

<variant>any

<variant>no

<variant>everybody

 

<question>Choose the right indefinite pronoun: _______is all right.

<variant>everything

<variant>anything

<variant>anybody

<variant>some

<variant>nothing

 

<question>Choose the right answer: In front of the house there is a nice______.

<variant>garden

<variant>picture

<variant>TV

<variant>furniture

<variant>carpet

 

<question>Choose the right preposition of movement: Im walking ____the street.

<variant>along

<variant>up

<variant>down

<variant>through

<variant>out of

 

<question>Choose the right variant: I have just my sister`s sun glasses.

<variant>broken

<variant>break

<variant>ate

<variant>broke

<variant>done

 

<question>Choose the right variant: There is a sofa (/) two armchairs.

<variant>between

<variant>under

<variant>on

<variant>behind

<variant>down

<question>Choose the right form of to have: We____ our diploma in 4 years.

<variant>shall have

<variant>having

<variant>have

<variant>had

<variant>has

 

<question>Find the right variant: ice-cream is made of milk and sugar.

<variant>--

<variant>An

<variant>A

<variant>The

<variant>At

 

<question>Choose the right answer: This is book.

<variant>a

<variant>-

<variant>some

<variant>an

<variant>are

 

<question>Choose the right answer: Look at. picture.

<variant>the

<variant>an

<variant>in

<variant>some

<variant>these

 

<question> Ishym is the longest river in our country.

<variant>The

<variant>An

<variant>A

<variant>Of

<variant>-

 

<question>Choose the right answer: Barbara thinks the shops . . . expensive.

<variant>are

<variant>is

<variant>will

<variant>shall

<variant>a

 

<question>Choose the right variant: My friends . . . to school by bus.

<variant>go

<variant>study

<variant>love

<variant>watch

<variant>listen

 

<question>Choose the right variant: My parents . . . at 7:30 a.m.

<variant>get up

<variant>study

<variant>love

<variant>watch

<variant>listen

 

<question>Choose the right variant: My cousin lives in France and he French.

<variant>speaks

<variant>works

<variant>loves

<variant>watches

<variant>listens

 

<question>Choose the right variant: In . . . we learn about the past.

<variant>history

<variant>geography

<variant>music

<variant>biology

<variant>physical training

 

<question>Choose the right variant: In . . . we learn different sports.

<variant>physical training

<variant>geography

<variant>music

<variant>biology

<variant>history

 

<question>Choose the right variant: In . . . we learn about different countries.

<variant>geography

<variant>physical training

<variant>music

<variant>biology

<variant>history

 

<question>Choose the right variant: Is there . . . sugar in the bowl?

<variant>any

<variant>some

<variant>no

<variant>every

<variant>none

 

 

<question>Choose the right variant: I havent got . . . books about Africa.

<variant>any

<variant>some

<variant>no

<variant>every

<variant>none

 

<question>Choose the right variant: Please buy . . . apples when you go shopping.

<variant>some

<variant>any

<variant>no

<variant>every

<variant>none

 

<question>Choose the right article: new restaurant opened in High Street.

<variant>a

<variant>an

<variant>-

<variant>the

<variant>this

 

<question>Choose the right article: The restaurant has . . . interesting menu.

<variant>an

<variant>a

<variant>-

<variant>the

<variant>this

 

<question>Choose the right article: In my opinion, its . . . best place to eat vegetarian food in town.

<variant>the

<variant>a

<variant>-

<variant>an

<variant>this

 

<question>Choose the right indefinite pronoun: How . . . money did you spend on the new car?

<variant>much

<variant>many

<variant>a few

<variant>few

<variant>a lot of

 

<question>Choose the right indefinite pronoun: How . . . people were there in the party?

<variant>many

<variant>much

<variant>a few

<variant>few

<variant>a lot of

 

<question>Choose the right variant: My mother has a lot of work to do about the . . . .

<variant>house

<variant>job

<variant>study

<variant>lesson

<variant>roof

 

<question>Choose the right variant: By . . . my father is a modest, cheerful and well-bred man.

<variant>character

<variant>appearance

<variant>face

<variant>type

<variant>gender

 

<question>Choose the right variant: My parents have different . . . on music, film, sport.

<variant>views

<variant>characters

<variant>faces

<variant>types

<variant>genders

 

<question>Choose the right variant: Our flat is on the third . . . .

<variant>floor

<variant>flat

<variant>house

<variant>garden

<variant>street

 

<question>Choose the right degree of comparison: You are . . . person in our class.

<variant>the tallest

<variant>taller

<variant>tall

<variant>more tallest

<variant>more taller

 

<question>Choose the right article: I am . . . English teacher.

<variant>an

<variant>a

<variant>the

<variant>so

<variant>-

 

<question>Choose the right pronoun: Your brother is so rude. I dont like . . . .

<variant>him

<variant>her

<variant>he

<variant>his

<variant>himself

 

<question>Choose the right pronoun: May I take . . . umbrella?

<variant>your

<variant>yours

<variant>you are

<variant>you

<variant>yourself

 

<question>Choose the right pronoun: Whose car is this?- This car is . . . .

<variant>ours

<variant>ourselves

<variant>we

<variant>him

<variant>you

 

<question>Choose the right pronoun: Who are these people? I dont remember . . . .

<variant>them

<variant>they

<variant>their

<variant>themselves

<variant>us

 

<question>Choose the right preposition: I go to work . . . car every morning.

<variant>by

<variant>at

<variant>in

<variant>on

<variant>to

 

<question>Choose the right preposition: John gets up . . . 9 oclock every day.

<variant>at

<variant>in

<variant>on

<variant>for

<variant>ago

 

<question>Choose the right preposition: Many animals are . . . danger.

<variant>in

<variant>by

<variant>at

<variant>on

<variant>to

 

<question>Choose the sentence with the right word order:

<variant>Tom plays the guitar very well.

<variant>Tom the guitar plays very well.

<variant>Tom very well the guitar plays

<variant>Tom the plays guitar very well.

<variant>Tom guitar very well the plays.

 

<question>Choose the sentence with the right word order:

<variant>I study at the University.

<variant>I study the University at.

<variant>I at the University study.

<variant>I the study at University.

<variant>Study I at the University

 

<question>Choose the sentence with the right word order:

<variant>What is your favourite color?

<variant>What favourite color is your?

<variant>What is your color favourite?

<variant>What your is favourite color?

<variant>What your favourite color is?

 

<question>Choose the right article: Have you got . . . pen?

<variant>a

<variant>an

<variant>the

<variant>-

<variant>so

 

<question>Choose the right variant: Tom . . . reading a newspaper now.

<variant>is

<variant>are

<variant>am

<variant>were

<variant>shall

 

<question>Choose the right Present Perfect: I . . . my car keys 2 days ago.

<variant>have lost

<variant>has lost

<variant>was loosing

<variant>will lose

<variant>shall lose

 

 

<question>Choose the right plural form of the noun: bus-

<variant>buses

<variant>buss

<variant>bus

<variant>busys

<variant>busies

 

<question>Choose the right plural form of the noun: family-

<variant>families

<variant>familys

<variant>familyes

<variant>familyies

<variant>family

 

<question>Choose the right plural form of noun: book-

<variant>books

<variant>bookes

<variant>bookses

<variant>book

<variant>bookies

 

<question>Choose the right plural form of noun: baby-

<variant>babies

<variant>babys

<variant>babyes

<variant>baby

<variant>babyeses

 

<question>Choose the right plural form of noun: man-

<variant>men

<variant>mans

<variant>mens

<variant>man

<variant>menes

 

<question>Choose the right possessive case of noun: . . . is Mike.

<variant>My friends name

<variant>My names friend

<variant>My friend names

<variant>My friends names

<variant>My friends names

 

<question>Choose the right variant: . . . is warm and light.

<variant>Her sons room

<variant>Her sons pen

<variant>Her sons bag

<variant>Her sons desk

<variant>Her sons camera

 

<question>Choose the right variant: This . . . husband is a worker.

<variant>womans

<variant>womens

<variant>womans

<variant>womens

<variant>women

 

<question>Choose the Past Perfect Tense: Why did he feel so upset?- Because he . . . his job.

<variant>had lost

<variant>have lost

<variant>will have lost

<variant>has lost

<variant>shall have lost

 

<question>Choose the Past Continuous Tense: Yesterday at 8 o clock she . . . supper.

<variant>was having

<variant>were having

<variant>is having

<variant>will be having

<variant>are having

 

<question>Choose the right preposition for the tense form: I haven't spoken to Mary . . . Christmas.

<variant>since

<variant>ago

<variant>for

<variant>while

<variant>during

<variant>Ive finished

Ishym is the longest river in our country.<variant>The

Change the sentence from affirmative into negative :

He writes books every year.<variant>He doesnt write books every year.

Change the sentence from affirmative into negative: My uncle built a new house last year.<variant>My uncle didnt build a new house last year.

Change the sentence from affirmative into negative: At the end of the term the students pass exams.<variant>The students dont pass exams at the end of the year.



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