М. М. Ахрамович, С. С. Дроздова, О. В. Евдокимова, Л. М. Ушакова



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TEST 4. POSESSIVE PRONOUNS

Choose the correct form.

  1. Whose book is it? – It’s … .

A my

B mine


C our

  1. Something is wrong with mu umbrella. May I take … ?

A yours

B your


C our

  1. That car isn’t … .

A ours

B her


C our

  1. May I use … phone to ring for a taxi?

A you

B your


C yours

  1. Tom was invited to … friends birthday party yesterday.

A his

B hers


C ours

  1. Whose spectacles are these? - … are on the table and these are my spectacles.

A Ours

B Their


C Yours

  1. Ask the woman on front of you to take off … hat.

A her

B hers


C their

  1. Our city is famous for … ancient buildings.

A it

B its


C his

  1. These beautiful flowers were presented to her by … friends.

A hers

B him


C her

  1. They did not reply to … letters.

A ours

B theirs


C our

  1. Who doesn’t eat this ice-cream. Oh, it’s … . I’m just going to eat it.

A his

B mine


C my

  1. They went on holydays with a friend of … .

A theirs

B them


C their

13.”… mother was more intelligent and less naïve than you” – my grand mother used to say.

A their

B yours


C your

  1. Do you know that lady who has just left the shop. Is she a customer of …?

A yours

B you


C our

  1. We are waiting for … answer to our request.

A theirs

B their


C them

  1. We enjoy … life here. We have a few friends and we meet quite often.

A ours

B their


C our

  1. The case is too heavy for me to lift it on … own.

A my

B me


C mine

  1. His composition is much more interesting than … .

A me

B my


C mine

  1. Have you got many friends here? – Alex is … best friend.

A mine

B my


C me

  1. Is it … book? Yes, it’s mine.

A you

B yours


C your

  1. She said that she was trying to ring up … mother several times.

A her

B hers


C yours

  1. Your Italian is much better than … .

A my

B me


C mine

  1. She makes all … clothes herself.

A hers

B her


C ours

  1. There is … book on it.

A my

B mine


C hers

  1. I’ve got a lot of stamps in my collection and my brother has few in … .

A her

B his


C him

  1. The cat drank … milk.

A it

B it’s


C its

  1. … was the last train.

A our

B ours


C their

  1. She folded the letter and replaced it in … envelope.

A its

B it


C his

TEST 5. ADJECTIVES

Choose the correct form.

  1. That was great! It was … meal you have ever cooked.

A better

B best


C the best

  1. Small shops are not … as supermarkets.

A as convenient

B convenient

C more convenient


  1. This is … film I’ve ever seen.

A more interesting

B most interesting

C the most interesting


  1. We moved last week and now we have a much … flat.

A good

B better


C the best

  1. My … brother studies at college.

A older

B elder


C the oldest

  1. The Mediterranean is not … as the Pacific Ocean.

A larger

B large


C largest

  1. This is … problem I have ever had in my life.

A difficult

B more difficult

C the most difficult


  1. I think … people look after their cars better than young people.

A elderly

B older


C oldest

  1. The book was … then the film I saw last week.

A exciting

B most exciting

C more exciting


  1. … house is three miles away.

A Near

B The nearest

C the near


  1. This wine is … I ever tasted

A the best

B good


C better

  1. We were disappointed as the film was … than we expected.

A more entertaining

B less entertaining

C most entertaining


  1. You live so far away. I wish you lived … .

A near

B nearer


C the nearest

  1. The British Queen is certainly one of … women in the world.

A rich

B richer


C the richest

  1. You can apply for … a job when you have more experience.

A best

B better


C the best

  1. This café used to be much … before they opened the new one next door.

A popular

B most popular

C more popular


  1. The journey to Paris had taken much … before they built the Channel Tunnel.

A longer

B long


C the longest

  1. He was the … man to come.

A later

B late


C last

  1. Being a nurse is not … as being a doctor.

A more interesting

B most interesting

C as interesting


  1. In Japan the first bow of the day should be … than when you meet these after.

A the lowest

B low


C lower

  1. Do you know that the sea is … at the bottom than in any part nearer its surface?

A calmer

B much calmer

C the calmest


  1. Agatha Christie is possibly the world’s … writer.

A less famous

B most famous

C more famous


  1. This is … book I have ever read.

A the best

B better


C good

  1. Africa’s economy is the … of any continent after Antarctica.

A last developing

B last developed

C least developed


  1. Apples are not … as oranges.

A less expensive

B expensive

C so expensive


  1. You are late. I expected you to be here … .

A early

B the earliest

C earlier


  1. You speak English a lot … than you did when we last met.

A fluently

B more fluently

C most fluently


  1. There were a lot of people in the bus. It was … than usual.

A crowded

B less crowded

C more crowded
TEST 6. ADVERBS

Choose the correct form.


  1. Actions speak … than words.

A loudly

B louder


C the loudest

  1. You live even … from the center than they.

A farther

B far


C the farthest

  1. It took her … to translate this text.

A long

B the longest

C much longer


  1. I sing … of all in my family.

A badly

B worst


C the worst

  1. You know much, but you know … than your teacher.

A little

B less


C least

  1. She studies … than most of her group mates.

A hard

B hardly


C harder

  1. It took me … to get there than I expected.

A long

B longest

C longer


  1. John said that no other car could go … his.

A as fast as

B faster


C fastest

  1. The people who arrive … get the best seats

A early

B earlier

C the earliest


  1. His eyebrows rose … than ever.

A high

B the highest

C higher


  1. She was the one who was being hurt … .

A deeply

B the most deeply

C more deeply


  1. He thought about it … before making a decision.

A careful

B the most carefully

C more carefully


  1. She was … educated than the others.

A better

B the best

C well


  1. In such situation he acted … .

A more sensibly

B sensibly

C the most sensibly


  1. Ann works … than most of her friends.

A hard

B the hardest

C harder


  1. Could you speak … ?

A more slowly

B slow


C slower

  1. She listened to him … than he had expected.

A respectively

B more respectively

C the most respectively


  1. He drives … than his brother.

A more cautiously

B more cautious

C cautiouslier


  1. Everybody in our team played … than the captain.

A badly

B worse


C the worst

  1. Of two evils choose … .

A less

B little


C the least

  1. He is … ill than he thought.

A seriously

B more seriously

C the most seriously


  1. It is necessary to work … to be successful in one’s carrier.

A Hardly

B harder


C the hardest

  1. It is becoming … to find a job.

A hard and hard

B the hardest and hardest

C harder and harder


  1. She understands Italian … than French.

A better

B well


C the best

  1. Our guide spoke English … than Spanish.

A fluent

B fluently

C more fluently


  1. … we leave, … we’ll arrive.

A The earlier, the sooner

B The early, the soon

C The earlier, sooner


  1. He usually drives … than his brother.

A careful

B carefully

C more carefully


  1. Have you seen her …?

A lately
B late
C later
TEST 7. VERBS

Choose the correct form.

  1. By the time we got to the cinema the film ….

A will begin

B began


C had begun

  1. Don’t make noise, the children … to sleep.

A are trying

B try


C will try

  1. When … you in the city again? – In a week.

A arrive

B arrived

C will arrive


  1. My train … in 2 hours. So I’ll leave the house in an hour.

A is leaving

B will be leaving

C leaves


  1. Have you ever visited other countries? – Yes, I … to Poland and Italy.

A was

B have been

C had been


  1. He spoke so quickly that we … what he was speaking about.

A don’t understand

B didn’t understand

C had not understood


  1. Where … you … when I saw you yesterday near the railway station?

A was hurrying

B had hurried

C were hurrying


  1. I thought that I … my key.

A lose

B lost


C had lost

  1. As soon as she arrives, I … you know.

A let

B have let

C will let


  1. Can you help me? I … for a railway station.

A look

B am looking

C was looking


  1. At the beginning of the film I realized that I … it before.

A see

B saw


C had seen

  1. We’ll … our dinner by 3p.m. Phone me.

A finish

B be finishing

C have finished


  1. This time last year she … along the country.

A travelled

B was travelling

C had traveled


  1. When you … in Minsk again, you must come and see us.

A will be

B are going

C are


  1. By the time we come they … .

A will go

B will be going

C will have gone


  1. Long ago they … most houses out of wood.

A built

B were building

C had built


  1. Usually she … pictures in the living room.

A is painting

B paints


C was painting

  1. … you … much fruit today?

A Have … eaten

B Did … eat

C Are … eating


  1. At 10 o’clock tomorrow she … .

A will work

B will be working

C will have worked


  1. Next week he … to Moscow on business.

A is going

B goes


C is going to go

  1. I think, it … a difficult match.

A is going to be

B will be

C have been


  1. By the end of the next week we … know the results of our test.

A will know

B will be knowing

C will have known


  1. I … by train in the future.

A shall travel

B shall be travelling

C am traveling


  1. I … the title of the article.

A have forgotten

B forgot


C had forgotten

  1. How much money … you … for your journey?

A have saved

B do save

C are saving


  1. I think I … the same job all my life.

A will be doing

B will do

C will have done


  1. … you … for me after your lectures?

A Will wait

B Will have waited

C Will be waiting


  1. While I was waiting for my friend, it … to rain.

A has started

B started



C starts
FINAL TEST

  1. I never (read) a story that (interest) me so much as the one I (read) last night.

  2. Where (be) my glasses? – On your nose.

  3. The house was small and there (be) not (much, many, little, a little) in it.

  4. For (far) information, please, write to the above address.

  5. When (be) the (late) news on TV? (It, they) (be) at 9p.m.

  6. Would you like (some, any) coffee?

  7. The flat (look) very cozy.

  8. He is much (old) than his wife, but they are (happy) couple I ever (meet).

  9. A group of foreigners (visit) our university tomorrow.

  10. I think the American version of “War and Peace” was (little) interesting than (our).

  11. As soon as I (finish) my work the phone (ring).

  12. My (old) sister is an economist.

  13. Oh, measles (be) quite a serious illness.

  14. Television (inform) about the (last) news and also (provide) entertainment at home.

  15. When we (meet) them on Saturday, they (go) to the cinema.

  16. I hope you (discuss) this (serious) problem tomorrow.

  17. My (sister-in-law) family is large.

  18. Cambridge University was exclusively for (man).

  19. What you (do)? – I (look) for (I) keys.

  20. (Old) she gets, the (forgetful) she becomes.

  21. My both (brother-in-law) work in a bank.

  22. The Japanese live (long) than Europeans.

  23. By the end of this week they (return) from their trip.

  24. When mother came into the room, he (watch) TV.

  25. The first (woman) college was opened in Britain in 1871.

  26. Their family belonged to (high) social class of the country.

  27. Is it (you) book? – Yes, it’s (I).

  28. (They) firm is situated on the (outskirt) of the town.


KEYS to Tests 1-7

Test 1

Test 2

Test 3

Test 4

Test 5

Test 6

Test 7

1-B

1-B

1-A

1-B

1-C

1-B

1-C

2-A

2-C

2-C

2-A

2-A

2-A

2-A

3-A

3-B

3-B

3-A

3-C

3-C

3-C

4-B

4-A

4-C

4-B

4-B

4-B

4-C

5-B

5-C

5-A

5-A

5-B

5-B

5-B

6-A

6-A

6-B

6-C

6-B

6-C

6-B

7-B

7-B

7-A

7-A

7-C

7-C

7-C

8-A

8-B

8-C

8-B

8-A

8-A

8-C

9-A

9-A

9-B

9-C

9-C

9-C

9-C

10-B

10-C

10-C

10-C

10-B

10-C

10-B

11-A

11-C

11-A

11-B

11-A

11-B

11-C

12-B

12-B

12-B

12-A

12-B

12-B

12-C

13-A

13-A

13-C

13-C

13-B

13-A

13-B

14-B

14-B

14-B

14-A

14-C

14-C

14-C

15-B

15-C

15-B

15-B

15-B

15-C

15-C

16-A

16-B

16-C

16-C

16-C

16-A

16-A

17-B

17-A

17-B

17-A

17-A

17-B

17-B

18-A

18-C

18-A

18-C

18-C

18-A

18-A

19-A

19-C

19-C

19-B

19-C

19-B

19-B

20-B

20-A

20-A

20-C

20-A

20-C

20-A

21-B

21-B

21-B

21-A

21-B

21-B

21-B

22-A

22-A

22-C

22-C

22-B

22-C

22-C

23-B

23-A

23-A

23-B

23-A

23-C

23-B

24-A

24-B

24-C

24-A

24-B

24-A

24-B

25-B

25-B

25-A

25-B

25-C

25-C

25-A

26-A

26-C

26-A

26-C

26-C

26-A

26-A

27-B

27-A

27-C

27-B

27-B

27-C

27-C

28-B

28-C

28-B

28-A

28-C

28-A

28-B


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