Тесты по английскому языку — английская грамматика
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Test yourself: basic points
Choose the correct answer(s). One or more answers may be correct.
1 She’s … university teacher.
A a B an C the D one
2 I like … small animals.
A the B —(= nothing) C every D all
3 Is this coat… ?
A yours B your C the yours
4 Is Diana … ?
A a friend of yours B a your friend C your friend
5 Who are … people over there?
A that B the C these D those
6 … is your phone number?
A Which B What C How
7 Could I have … drink?
A other B an other C another
8 There aren’t… for everybody.
A chairs enough B enough chairs C enough of chairs
9 They’re … young to get married.
A too much B too C very too
10 Most… like travelling.
A of people B of the people C people
11 Ann and Peter phone … every day.
A them B themself C themselves D each other
12 It’s… weather.
A terrible B a terrible C the terrible
13 Множественным числом от слова car будет cars. Какие из данных форм множественного числа образованы правильно?
A journeys B ladys C minuts D sandwlchs E babies
14 Which of these is/are correct?
A happier B more happier C unhappier D beautifuller
15 This is … winter for 20 years.
A the more bad B worse C the worse D worst E the worst
16 She’s much taller… me.
A than B as C that
17 He lives in the same street… me.
A that B like C as D than
18 Her eyes… a very tight blue.
A are B have C has
19 …help me?
A Can you to B Do you can C Can you
20 You… worry about it.
A not must B don’t must C must not D mustn’t
21 It… again. It… all the time here in the winter.
A ’s raining, ‘s raining B rains, rains C rains, ’s raining D ’s raining, rains
22 I… she… you.
A think, likes B am thinking, is liking C think, is liking D am thinking, likes
23 Who… the window?
A open B opened C did opened
A those men are laughing B are laughing those men C are those men laughing
A does she want B does she wants C she wants
26 I didn’t… he was at home.
A to think B think C thinking D thought
27 …a hole in my sock.
A There’s B There is C It’s D It is E Is
28 I’ll see you … Tuesday afternoon.
A at B on C in
29 What time did you arrive… the station?
A at B to C —
30 We’re going… the opera tomorrow night.
A at B — C in D to
Тесты по английскому языку
Test yourself: intermediate points
31 I went out without… money.
A some B any
32 He’s got… money.
A much B many C a lot of D lots of
33 ‘Who’s there?’ «…»
A It’s me B It is I C Me D I
34 Although he felt very …. he smiled … .
A angrily, friendly B angry, friendly C angry, in a friendly way
3 5 I… to America.
A have often been B often have been C have been often
36 My mother… my birthday.
A always forgets B always is forgetting C forgets always
37 You look … a teacher.
A like B as C the same like
38 How many brothers and sisters … ?
A have you got B do you have C are you having
39 Good! I… work tomorrow.
A mustn’t B don’t have to C haven’t got to
40 I … smoke.
A —(= nothing) B use to C used to
41 Andrew … to see us this evening.
A will come B comes C is coming
42 Alice… have a baby.
A will B shall C is going to
43 I knew that he… waiting for somebody.
A is B was C would
44 … Gloria last week?
A Have you seen B Did you see C Were you seeing
4 5 She’s an old friend — I… her… years.
A ’ve known, for B know, for C ’ve known, since D know, since
46 We met when we… in France.
A studied B were studying C had studied
47 As soon as she came in I knew I… her before.
A have seen B saw C had seen
48 This picture… by a friend of ray mother’s.
A is painting B is painted C was painting D was painted
49 Can you… ?
A make me some tea B make some tea for me C make for me some tea
50 Try… be late.
A not to B to not
51 I went to London… clothes.
A for buy B for to buy C for buying D to buy
52 You can’t live very long without….
A to eat B eat C eating D you eat
53 I enjoy… , but I wouldn’t like… it all my life.
A to teach, to do B teaching, doing C to teach, doing D teaching, to do
54 Her parents don’t want… married.
A her to get B her get C that she get D that she gets
55 I’m not sure what…
A do they want? B do they want. C they want.
56 The policeman… me not to park there.
A asked B said C told D advised
57 I… you if you… that again.
A hit, say B ’ll hit, ’II say C hit, ’ll say D ’II hit, say
58 It would be nice if we… a bit more room.
A would have B had C have
59 If you… me, I… in real trouble last year.
A didn’t help, would have been
B hadn’t helped, would have been C hadn’t helped, would be D didn’t help, would be
60 There’s the man… took your coat.
A which B who C that D —
Тесты по английскому языку
Test yourself: advanced points
61 My family… thinking of moving to Birmingham.
A is B are
62 We watched a … on TV last night.
A war film B war’s film C film of war
63 He was wearing… riding boots.
A red old Spanish leather B old leather red Spanish C old red Spanish leather D Spanish red old leather
64 … he gets, … .
A The richer, the more friends he has B Richer, more he has friends C Richer, more friends he has D The richer, the more he has friends
65 It’s… if you take the train.
A quicker B the quicker C quickest D the quickest
66 He… very annoying.
A ’s B ’s being
67 That… be Roger at the door — it’s too early.
A can’t B mustn’t C couldn’t
68 At last, after three days, they… get to the top of the mountain.
A could B managed to C succeeded to D were able to
69 It was crazy to drive like that. You… killed somebody.
A may have B might have C could have D can have
70 I wonder if John … this evening.
A will phone B phones
71 Who … you that ring?
A ’s given B gave
72 He… quite different since he… married.
A is, has got B has been, has got C is, got D has been, got
73 This is the first time I… a sports car.
A ’ve driven B ’m driving C drive
74 On her birthday … .
A she was given a new car B a new car was given to her
75 We can’t use the sports hall yet because it… .
A is still built B is still building C is still being built
76 I look forward… you soon.
A seeing B to seeing C to see
77 If you have trouble going to sleep, try… a glass of milk before bedtime. A drinking B to drink C drink
78 This is my friend Joe. I… met, have you?
A don’t think you’ve B think you haven’t
79 How… I
A he works hard B hard he works
80 Which of these sentences are correct in spoken English?
A Car’s running badly. B Seen Peter?
C Can’t come in here, sorry. D Careful what you say.
E Lost my glasses. F Have heard of her.
81 Nobody phoned, did… ?
A he B she C they D it E he or she F anybody
82 If you were ever in trouble, I would give you all the help you … .
A will need B would need C need D needed
83 My wife will be upset… .
A if I don’t get back tomorrow B unless I get back tomorrow
84 Tell me at once… Margaret arrives.
A If B when C in case
85 It’s time you… home, but I’d rather you… here.
A go, stay B went, stayed C go, stayed D went, stay
86 I wish I… more time.
A had B have C would have D will have
87 John Hastings, … , has just come to live in our street.
A that I was at scbool with B I was at school with
C with who I was at school D with whom I was at school
88 She keeps tapping her fingers, … gets on my nerves.
A which B what C that which
89 Can you finish the job … Friday?
A till B until C by D for
90 There’s a supermarket … our house.
A in front of B opposite C facing
Тесты по английскому языку — ответы
Test yourself: answers
33 А, С
4 A, C
5 B, D
65 А, С
66 А, В
67 А, С
38 А, В
68 В. D
3 9 В, С
69 В, С
40 А. С
41 А, С
13 A. E
49 А, В
80 А, В, С, D, Е
84 А, В
27 A. B
60 В, С
Тесты по английскому языку — пояснения
determiners: articles, possessives and demonstratives
17 a and an
17 a/an and one
18 a/an: main uses
20 a/an in descriptions
21 the = ‘you know which one(s)’
22 generalisations without the
24 the and no article: special cases
26 articles: revision
28 possessives (my and mine etc)
30 this and that
31 which? and what?
32 some and any
34 some/any and no article
35 no = ‘not a/any’
36 any = ‘it doesn’t matter which’
37 some, any and no: revision
38 all, everybody and everything
39 whole and all
40 much, many, a lot (of), little, few
42 less and least, fewer and fewest
43 other(s) and another
44 enough, too and too much
46 of with determiners
pronouns and nouns
48 personal pronouns: I and me etc
50 reflexive pronouns (myself etc)
52 you, one and they
5 5 pronouns and possessives: revision
56 countable and uncountable nouns
57 uncountable nouns: special cases 58 plurals of nouns: spelling
5 9 plurals of nouns: special cases 60 mixed singular and plural
63 noun + noun structure
65 noun + noun and possessive ‘s
66 possessive ‘s or the of structure
adjectives and adverbs
68 adjectives and adverbs
70 confusing adjectives and adverbs
71 and with adjectives
72 adjectives without nouns
73 adjectives: order before nouns
74 word order: adverbs with the verb
76 focusing adverbs: even and only
77 adverbs at the end of a sentence
78 still, yet and already
79 comparatives and superlatives
80 irregular comparison
82 much etc with comparatives
83 comparative or superlative?
84 comparatives: other points 86 superlatives: other points
87 than, as and that 88 as… as
90 like and as
91 so and such
92 very and too
93 very (much) with past participles
be, do and have
94 be: progressive forms; do be
95 be: age. colour etc
96 do: emphatic auxiliary
98 do and make
100 have: actions
104 have: habitual and repeated actions
105 have + object + verb form
modal auxiliary verbs
106 modal auxiliary verbs: basic rules
108 must, can, may, might: how certain?
110 must, should etc: obligation
112 must and have (got) to: obligation
113 must not, do not have to etc
114 can (ability): special problems
116 can. could, may: permission etc
118 will: willingness etc
121 shall in questions
122 should have, could have etc
124 revision of modal verbs
127 had better
128 used to…
129 supposed to
130 future: will (and shall)
132 future: going to
134 future: present progressive
135 future: comparison of structures
136 future: simple present
137 future: tenses after if and when
138 future progressive
139 future perfect
140 future: l am to …
141 future in the past
142 the two present tenses
144 present tense stories etc
146 present progressive for changes
147 simple present: spelling
148 non-progressive verbs
149 he’s always borrowing money etc
150 revision of present tenses
tenses: perfect and past
151 simple present perfect: introduction
152 present perfect and past: news
154 present perfect and past: time words
156 present perfect: situations ‘up to now’
158 present perfect progressive
160 present perfect progressive or simple?
161 since and for
162 tenses with since and for
163 present perfect and past: revision
164 past progressive 166 past perfect
168 past perfect progressive
170 perfect tenses with this is the first etc
171 past and progressive in requests etc
172 revision of past and perfect tenses
176 passive structures
178 reasons for using passives
180 passives: verbs with two objects
181 passives : progressive, perfect etc
182 passives: complex structures
structures after verbs, adjectives, and nouns
183 verbs with two objects
184 verbs with prepositions and particles
186 structures with get
189 perfect infinitives (to have gone etc)
190 infinitive with and without to
191 I don’t want to etc
192 infinitive of purpose
193 interested and interesting etc
194 -ing forms as subjects, objects etc
196 preposition + -ing
197 preposition + -ing: special cases
198 to …ing
199 verb + infinitive or -ing form
200 go …ing
196 verb + object + infinitive
204 -ing form and infinitive both possible
206 adjective + infinitive or -ing form
207 noun + infinitive or -ing form
208 for… to… after adjective/noun
212 what… like, what time, what sort etc
213 negative structures
214 negative questions
216 not and no
217 negatives: I don’t think etc
222 there is
224 dropping sentence-beginnings
225 dropping words after auxiliaries
226 question tags: basic rules
227 question tags: advanced points
228 short answers and attention signals
229 I (don’t) think so etc
230 so am I etc
232 it: preparatory subject and object 234 emphasis with it, what etc
237 conjunctions and clauses: position
238 using conjunctions
240 conjunctions with -ing forms 241 -ing clauses without conjunctions
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