Choose the correct answer.

 The man … his son for the broken window.

a) blamed

b) denied

c) accused

 She wondered … her uncle looked like now.

a) whose

b) what

c) how

 They say they’ve been to … restaurant in town.

a) all

b) every

c) most

 It’s … to walk.

a) rather a long way

b) a quite long way

c) longer way

 He’s … holiday in Spain.

a) for

b) at

c) on

 When I was on holiday, I spent … money.

a) too much

b) much

c) a lot of

 The girl screamed while the dentist … one of her teeth.

a) was pulling out

b) had pulled out

c) had been pulling out

 Joana hasn’t written to me … .

a) never

b) yet

c) already

 I’ll be in Madrid next month. I hope to see her … there.

a) while I will be

b) while I am

c) while having been

10   … a problem in most big  cities.

a) Crime is

b) The crime is

c) The crimes are

11   She has been working here … .

a) six months ago

b) for six month

c) for six months

12   What time did they … the hotel?

a) arrive to

b) get at

c) arrive at

13   Mary wasn’t offered the job because of her untidy … .

a) sight

b) appearance

c) presence

14   She treats me … her own son.

a) as if I were

b) as if I am

c) as if I was

15   She put … speaking to him as long as possible.

a) off

b) back

c) over

16   They used the aircraft to save several people from the … floor of the blazing building.

a) low

b) high

c) top

17   The light went out. My father … a match to find the candles.

a) rubbed

b) struck

c) scratched

18   I wonder who ate all the food. It … have been Mike because he was out all day.

a) must

b) can’t

c) could

19   There’s plenty of time. You … hurry.

a) don’t have to

b) needn’t

c) mustn’t

20   I’m exhausted. I’d rather … out this evening.

a) not go

b) not going

c) not to go

21   She was used to … late.

a) working

b) work

c) have worked

22   He likes … the flat as often as possible.

a) clean

b) to clean

c) cleaned

23   I haven’t got … on holiday at the moment.

a) money enough to go

b) money enough for going

c) enough money to go

24   Unexpectedly, the lights … out.

a) gave

b) went

c) turned

25   She is still … control of all that is happening.

a) over

b) with

c) in

26   I couldn’t buy anything as … of the shops were open.

a) no one

b) none

c) all

27   The opening … of the play took place in an office.

a) scene

b) sight

c) piece

28   The coins are … to be over fifty years old.

a) spoken

b) said

c) described

29   Every day … starts at 9 and finishes at 3.

a) school

b) the school

c) a school

30   Few people … to the wedding party can’t come.

a) inviting

b) who invited

c) invited


1 a   2 b   3 b   4 a   5 c   6 a   7 a   8 b   9 b   10 a

11 c   12 c   13 b   14 a   15 a   16 c   17 b   18 b   19 b   20 a

21 a   22 b   23 c   24 b   25 c   26 b   27 a   28 b   29 a   30 c

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