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My dishwasher won't start 0 8 Right or wrong? I'm lildng this wine very much. L--J B. Of course I'm believing you! L--J C. I'm knowing her very well. Excuse me. How do I get to the station? First I take a bowl and break two eggs into it. First I'm taking a bowl and am breaking two eggs into it. How long do you know her? Remember to phone me when you arrive. Do you see those clouds? It'll rain. It's going to rain. His train will arrive at His train arrives at The summer term starts on April lOth.

The summer term will start on April lOth. The roads are icy. Be careful while you're driving home tomorrow. Be careful while you'll be driving home tomorrow.

I payed him in cash. I'm afraid I've hit your car. She learnt it. The hot water pipes burst last night. I've never rode a horse before. She's never flown in a helicopter before. The film begun ten minutes ago. I've forgot my keys.

She realised she had went the wrong way. The horse has fell at the first fence. They flew to Argentina on Sunday. He lied in his bed all morning. He was hopeing to leave school next year. They've been sailing and canoeing. She's been lying. I think he's been dying his hair. He was offerring to help with the gardening. The police were preventing people from entering the building. The horse was gallopping away from the field. Upper Intermediate.

Andy has won a big prize! My friends helped me a lot since I lost my job. My friends have helped me a lot since I lost my job. How long are you here for? How long were you here for? How long have you been here for? She's been working there I asked Anne to call me at Did she phone today? I haven't heard from Bill since yesterday. Has he phoned today? Why have not you booked your holiday yet? Why haven't you booked your holiday yet?

Why have you not booked your holiday yet? I've been playing a lot of tennis recently. L--I B. I've played tennis three times this week. How long did you know her? How long have you known her? How long have you been knowing her? Once upon a time, a beautiful young girl has lived in a forest with her grandmother. AJ1 A. I have to go now.

I've got to go now. L--I C. I must go now. You must do your homework before you watch TV, 0 B. You are to do your homework before you watch TV, 0 C. You must have tea with us before you go home. You are to have tea with us before you go home. I did never believe you were lying. She thinks I don't love her, but I love her. My wife loves dancing Are you having Has your sister got a car? Have you got a credit card? It's important travelling abroad. I'm going to A. J my hair cut this afternoon.

Can I have some more tea, please? Could I have some more tea, please? I help you? What shall we do tomorrow? She be at home. I'll phone home and find out. He could borrow my car if he'd asked. J 6 Which replies can be used? Has anyone seen Susan? I may be going to london tomorrow. I might be going to London tomorrow.

We don't know. D 8 Which expression s can end the sentence? She lives in France; that's why When I was young, people smoke in the office. L--J 2 A host is greeting his guests.

Which is the best way to complete the sentence? Thanks for coming, Mary. And you Mary's husband. I've heard a lot about you. Liverpool should win the cup this year. I think Liverpool will definitely win. I think Liverpool will very probably win.

You don't have to work tomorrow if you don't want to. Fred, you should go home now: L--l B. Fred should be home soon; he left the office at six. L--J 6 Right or wrong? If wrong, write the correct form. He oughts to understand. Do we ought to go now? She ought see a dentist. L--l 7 Right or wrong?

I ought to call you yesterday, but I'm afraid I forgot. I use to smoke 20 cigarettes a day but I really want to give up soon.

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I used to smoke 20 cigarettes a day but I gave up three years ago. You seem to work, working, to be working harder than usual this month. Why's she so late? She can't still I'm sorry not to come, have come, to have come on lhursday. You should told, have told, to have told me you were coming today. Try to not be late. Try not to be late. Try to don't be late. I watched her B.

In the end, she let me her bags from the baggage hall. Why not a holiday? She wanted that I write to her. She wanted I write to her. She wanted me to write to her. He's the oldest athlete who has ever won an Olympic gold medal. He's the oldest athlete ever to win an Olympic gold medal. I'd like something that wID stop my toothache. I'd like something to stop my toothache.

Did you tell her which pills she should take? Did you tell her which pills to take? I don't know what to say. I wonder who to ask. I can't decide whether to reply. What should we do if there's a fire? Whatto do if there's a fire? When it was my tum, I stood up to speak. To read documents carefully before signing them is very important. It is very important to read documents carefully before signing them.

I'm very happy Is there anybody for Louise to play with in the village? Knowing not what to do, I went home. J 2 Right or wrong? Fred's smoking really annoyed her. He smoking really annoyed her. His smoking really annoyed her. J 3 Which word s can complete the question correctly? Do you mind them, their, they smoking?

It was so nice you. At last I've managed to stop Upper Intermediate. I've finished reading, to read the book you recommended. I've given up C. Ihope smoking, to smoke.

I like the idea to the seaside. Before starting, to start your car, always check the mirrors. He's talking about. You mustn't drive your car without to insure it first. Can I give you a lift? Did you drive to work? As she walked out, she was smiling. She walked out smiling. I was really interesting, interested in the film I saw yesterday, but the complicated plot made me conjusing, conjused. People have written too many books about the Second World War.

Too many books have been written about the Second World War. I have not yet analysed the results of the experiment.

The results of the experiment have not yet been analysed. My husband is preparing lunch now. Lunch is prepared now. Lunch is being prepared now.

Lunch is preparing now. The company has promoted Bill. Bill is promoted by the company. Bill has promoted by the company. Bill has been promoted by the company. We were questioning by the police for several hours.

We were put in the police cells overnight. In the morning, we have released. J 7 Change the sentences into passive sentences with the same meaning. We pay them a lot of money for doing very little. They will never tell us the real truth.

I was told to wait outside the station at six o'clock. I was told to be waiting outside the station at six o'clock. She is expected to be released today. He is thought to have escaped last night. L-J 9 Somebody has paid for your meal in a restaurant. Which passive sentence is right: Has been paid for your meal.

Your meal has been paid. Your meal has been paid for. Choose the right word to complete these sentences. This cheese tastes B. This cheese goes C. Bungee jumping looks D. She always looks buys it. The forecast says it will colder tomorrow.

Who was it sent? Who was it sent to? Who did you give it? Who did you give it to? I gave John the keys. I explained Laura the problem. Make me a cup of coffee, please. Can you teach me the guitar next year? Can you describe me the man who attacked you? She sent some flowers to the nurse. She sent to the nurse some flowers. She sent the nurse some flowers.

What are you thinking about? About what are you thinking? Listen to! Listen me! Listen to me! You never listen me. You never listen to me. If they're wrong, correct them. The children rode donkeys on the beach. I love going to parties and hate staying at home. A cat is said to have nine llfes. Are we having sandwlchs for lunch? The rooves of the buildings were covered in snow.

They all wore football scarfs with their team colours. Male Female heroine nun widow A. A lot of social problems Is caused by unemployment. Half of his students don't understand a word he says. Some of these people are members of the club and the rest are guests. I have some important.. They are buying fumituresj for their new flat. Did you bring all your gardening tool, tools with you?

We've made some important progress, progresses with the building work. You need breathing equipment, equipments if you're going diving. My been lost. A pair of Let's talk: Let's have a talk: MrHarris'scar L She's a cousin of Iohn's, 0 B.

She's a John's cousin. She's one of Iohn's cousins. Is this the boss's car? Is this the John's car? A kind of milk. A kind of chocolate. OJ o, o,:: Is there a shoes shop near here? Are there any shoe shops near here? Are there any shoes shops near here? Is there a ticket office near here? Is there a tickets office near here? Are there any tickets offices near here? The town holds a horses race every month. The town holds horse races every month.

The town holds horses races every month. Who said that? J 2 Are these sentences right or wrong? He hated ties because reminded him of his school uniform. I picked up the coins and put in my pocket. Have some olives. I don't like. J page 22 Upper Intermediate. TEST Who's that over there? My sister's nearly as tall as me. My sister's nearly as tall as I am.

My brother can run faster than me. My brother can run faster than I can. D 5 Which is the more polite option in each case? Dad, He said I could go out. No, I didn't! This lady, She needs an ambulance. No, really. I'm all right. Would you, she like anything else? No, that's all, thank you. I burnt me on the hot pan. I burnt myself on the hot pan. Here's ten dollars. Get you something to eat.

Get yourself something to eat. He gave me money for lunch. He gave myself money for lunch. D 7 When Mary sent a letter of complaint to the company, the company president wrote to her herself. The company president is a woman. The sentence could also be written: I like to spend time B.

I cando it ; I don't need any help. My mother and her sister are very close: Peter has a room and Julia has a room. The children both have rooms, A.

There's somebody outside who wants to speak to you. There are somebody outside who want to speak to you. L-J 12 Choose the right option s for each sentence. I hope my new boss is somebody nice. Would you like C. Which of these are your suitcases? If you haven't got a fresh chicken, I'll take a frozen. Jfyou haven't got a fresh chicken, I'll take a frozen one.

Jfyou haven't got fresh cream, I'll take tinned. Jfyou haven't got fresh cream, I'll take tinned one. Who are 'They'? J 2 Right Ie or wrong W? Doctor must like people. Doctors must like people. The doctors must like people. J 3 If necessary, take out alan from these sentences. They may not all need to be changed. It's a very hot day today. It's a very hot today. I'm so happy to have you as a friend. I'm so happy to have you as a my friend.

She's engineer working in the oil industry. Don't go out in the sun without hat. The factory uses energy supplied from solar power. Don't use your plate as ashtray. Our next-door neighbours are ,"" B. I was talking to "" at the party. The life has been hard for him since he came to this country. I'm writing a book on the life of Mozart. I didn't understand the nature of the problem. I love the nature, so I really don't like living in the city. Life would be much quieter without Iwalk my way c.

They sent her months. Her parents visited her. I work in a shop.. Europe's economic problems are serious. I met boss's wife yesterday. I metthe boss's wife yesterday. I want to learn how to play the guitar.

I want the guitar lessons. Both children are good at maths. Both the children are good at maths. I haven't seen her all week. I haven't seen her all the week. All three brothers were arrested. All the three brothers were arrested. I'll see you on Thursday. I'll see you next Thursday. I'll see you on the next Thursday.

I'll see you on the Thursday before New Year's Day. J 13 Right or wrong? The Queen welcomed the President. The Queen Elizabeth welcomed the President Kennedy. Write in The if necessary. Philippines B. California c.

Thames D. Oxford Street E. Oxford University F. British Museum 16 Which is better: The ball hit her on B.

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Katy broke C. She stood there, head. What's the dog doing? Put those old newspapers down - they're dirty. Put those down - they're dirty. Tell those people to go away. Tell those to go away. Can I get you anything else? OK, that's it! I'm leaving. It was nice knowing you. Is Ruth? I'll take all two shirts, please. I'll take all three shirts, please. I'll take all the three shirts, please. More than one may be possible for each sentence.

All D. Mary sent her love to all of them, them all. All, All o. Are you going to stay here all the night? Are you going to stay here all the time? Everybody stood up. Everyone stood up. All stood up. All people stood up. All the people stood up. D 5 Right or wrong? I like all music. I like every music.

I like all kinds of music. I like every kind of music. She works here except Sundays. She's drunk all the orange juice.

She's drunk the whole orange juice. She's eaten all a loaf of bread. She's eaten a whole loaf of bread. L- J 8 Which is the most natural continuation? Eating too much sugar is bad for you. Ask all dentists. Ask any dentist. Ask every dentist. Would you like some more meat? Would you like any more meat? She's eaten both chops.

She's eaten the both chops. She's eaten both the chops. She's eaten both of chops. She's eaten both of the chops. Both the children have gone to bed. The children have both gone to bed. The children have gone to bed both.

J 13 Which is more normal here: Each of us a serious problem. There's a meeting six weeks. The average politician has real power. Would you like D. Only languages. D Most keen: Least keen: If they are wrong, correct them. Lots of patience are needed to learn to teach small children. A lot of my friends wants to emigrate. I need rnore two loaves of bread.

I need two rnore loaves of bread. I need another two loaves of bread. J 19 Are these uses of most right or wrong? Most children like ice cream. The rnost children like ice cream. Most of children like ice cream. The Romans conquered rnost of Europe. The Romans conquered the most of Europe. Neither brother is married. Neither of brothers is married. Neither of her brothers is married.

D page 30 Upper Intermediate. He's so selfish: My sister Jill is two years elder; older than me. I think that fish you caught is still live, alive. Right An asleep baby. Wrong Which of these adjectives follow the same pattern?

The wall is two metres high. My brother is ten years older than me.

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Your house is thousands of dollars worth more than mine. The path is two kilometres long. Let's go somewhere that is quiet. The most important thing is to be happy. He was tall and dark and handsome. He was tall, dark and handsome. He was tall, dark, handsome. He's collecting money for the blind. The tired went to bed and the rest of us sat up talking. The old deserve to be looked after when they need help. The French are usually very patriotic. A French is usually very patriotic. A Frenchman is usually very patriotic.

D 9 Is the word loaf necessary in this sentence: I'd like two large loaves and one small loaf. Stupidly, I forgot my keys. I stupidly forgot my keys. I forgot my keys stupidly. I never ask her about her marriage. Never I ask her about her marriage.

Never ask her about her marriage. Here comes your bus. Here your bus comes. Here it comes. Here comes it. Every day I have a shower. Daily I have a shower. Don't throw out of the window orange peel.

Don't throw orange peel out of the window. Put the butter in the fridge at once. Usually I take the train to work. I usually take the train to work. I take usually the train to work. Hardly it matters. Almost it was dark. It hardly matters. It was almost dark. It matters hardly. It was dark almost.

Comparative Superlative A. Today's hotter yesterday. Mary's of the three girls. I'm getting more and more fat. I'm getting fatter and fatter. We're going more and more slowly. We're going more slowly and more slowly. Your room is even untidier than your brother's. Your room is even more untidy than your brother's. He sings better than she.

He sings better than her. He sings better than she does. She doesn't sing as well as he. She doesn't sing as well as him. Could you all She's the fastest player Your new flat is nicer than mine. She went home without to say goodbye. She went home without saying goodbye. He asked for a loan. He asked to borrow some money. He asked for to borrow some money. Are you any good at, in, with tennis? Of course I'm believing you!

I'm knowing her very well. A, B or both? Excuse me. How do l get to the station? U 10 A TV chef is describing a recipe as she's cooking it. Which sentence s islare possible: First I take a bowl and break two eggs into it. First I'm taking a bowl and am breaking two eggs into it. U 11 Is this exchange right or wrong?

If it's wrong, correct it. How long do you know her? Remember to phone me when you arrive. U 13 Which is the best reply: Do you see those clouds? It'll rain. It's going to rain. U 14 Which of these sentences islare right? His train will arrive at His train arrives at U U U U 15 Which is the correct continuation: The roads are icy. Be careful while you're driving home tomorrow.

Be careful while you'll be driving home tomorrow. If any are wrong, correct them. I payed him in cash. I'm afraid I've hit your car. She leamt it. I've never rode a horse before. She's never flown in a helicopter before. I've forgot my keys. She realised she had went the wrong way. He lied in his bed all moming. If any are wrong. He was hopeing to leave school next year.

She's been lying. I think he's been dying his hair. He was offerring to help with the gardening. The police were preventing people from entering the building. Find the odd one out. Who did you phone? Who phoned?

Who phoned you? Who did phone? U 6 Right or wrong? I've decided to go to the party. Iohn and I have decided to go to the party. Iohn and I've decided to go to the party.

When l got up this morning A. I was having breakfast. I had breakfast. UUUU 8 Right or wrong? I rang the bell six times. I rtmg the bell six times. I was rlnging the bell six times. She realised I was joking. She said she realised I was joking. She said she was realising I was joking. Do you know Africa well? Andy has won a big prize! He's won , in the Euro Lottery. He won , in the Euro Lottery. U 12 Which of these islare right: My friends helped me a lot since I lost my job. My friends have helped me a lot since l lost my job.

How long are you here for? How long were you here for? How long have you been here for? She's been working there A. U Right or wrong? I asked Anne to call me at Did she phone today? Ihaven't heard from Bill since yesterday. Has he phoned today? Why have not you booked your holiday yet? Why haven't you booked your holiday yet? Why have you not booked your holiday yet? I've been playing a lot of tennis recently. I've played tennis three times this week.

How long did you know her? How long have you known her? How long have you been knowing her? U Is this opening sentence of a children's story right or wrong? Once upon a time, a beautiful young girl has lived in a forest with her grandrnother. I have to go now. I've got to go now. I must go now. You must do your homework before you watch TV. You are to do your homework before you watch TV.

You must have tea with us before you go home. You are to have tea with us before you go home. Upper Int 3 Is this sentence right or wrong? I did never believe you were lying. She thinks I don't love her, but I love her. My wife loves dancing A. Are you having A. Has your sister got a car? Have you got a credit card? I'm going to my hair cut this afternoon.

Can I have some more tea, please? Could I have some more tea, please? What shall we do tomorrow? She be at home. I'll phone home and find out. He could borrow my car if he'd asked. Has anyone seen Susan? U 7 Who is more likely to be going to London tomorrow? I may be going to London tomorrow. I might be going to London tomorrow. We don't know. U 8 Which expression s can end the sentence?

She lives in France; that's why. U 9 Could, might or both? When l was young, people U smoke in the office.

Upper Int 6 modal verbs 2: Which is the best way to complete the sentence? Thanks for coming, Mary. And you I've heard a lot about you. Liverpool should win the cup this year. I think Liverpool will definitely win. I think Liverpool will very probably win. U 4 Which verb means the same as don't have to here? You don't have to work tomorrow if you don't want to. Fred, you should go home now: Fred should be home soon; he left the office at six.

If wrong. He oughts to understand. Do we oughtto go now? She 'oughtsee a dentist. I ought to call you yesterday, but I'm afraid I forgot.

There isn't much time; A. UUUU 9 Which is more usual: You hadn't better get home late from the party tonight. You'd better not get home late from the party tonight. U 10 Right or wrong? I use to smoke 20 cigarettes a day but I really want to give up soon. I used to smoke 20 cigarettes a day but I gave up three years ago. Why's she so late? She can't still be working to be working. You should me you were coming today. Try to not be late.

Try not to be late. Try to don't be late. Why not A. She wanted that I write to her. She wanted I write to her. She wanted me to write to her. He's the oldest athlete who has ever won an Olympic gold medal. He's the oldest athlete ever to win an Olympic gold medal. I'd like something that wlll stop my toothache. I'd like something to stop my toothache. Did you tell her which pills she should take?

Did you tell her which pills to take? I don't know what to B. I wonder who to ask. I can't decide whether to reply. What should we do if there's a fire? What to do if there's a fire? Upper lnt A.

T0 read documents carefully before signing them is very important. It is very important to read documents carefully before signing them. D 14 Which expression s can end the sentence correctly? I'm very happy A. D 15 Is this sentence right or wrong? Is there anybody for Louise to play with in the village? Knowing not what to do, I went home.

Fred's smoking really armoyed her. He smoking really armoyed her. His smoking really annoyed her. Do you mind g them, their; they smoking? Upper Int 7 Choose the right verb form s to complete the sentences: Both options may be possible. I've given up smoking to smoke. I like the idea to the seaside. Before starting, to start your car, always check the mirrors.

Can I give you a lift? Did you drive to work? As she walked out, she was smiling. She walked out smiling. I was really interesting interested in the film I saw yesterday, but the complicated plot made me confusing, conjizsed. Are the windows still dirty? D 2 Which of these sentences would work better in an academic article? People have written too many books about the Second World War.

Too many books have been written about the Second World War. I have not yet analysed the results of the experiment. My husband is preparing lunch now. Lunch is prepared now. Lunch is being prepared now. Lunch is preparing now. J 5 Are the passive forms right or wrong? The company has promoted Bill.

Bill is promoted by the company. Bill has promoted by the company. Bill has been promoted by the company. We were questloning by the police for several hours. We were put in the police cells overnight. In the morning, we have released. She gave her sister the car. We pay them a lot of money for doingvery little. I was told to wait outside the station at six o'clock. I was told to be waiting outside the station at six o'clock.

She is expected to be released today. He is thought to have escaped last night. Which passive sentence is right: Has been paid for your meal. Your meal has been paid. Your meal has been paid for. D 'i0 verbs: Choose the right word to complete these sentences.

Bungee jumping looks dangerous, dangerously to me. She always looks careful, carefully at fruit before she buys it. Who was it sent? Who was it sent to? Who did you give it? Who did you give it to? D 4 Right Q or wrong w? I gave John the keys. Make me a cup of coffee, please. Can you teach me the guitar next year? Can you describe me. She switched off the light.

She switched the light off. She switched it off. She switched off it. Can you lend your bike to my brother? Can you lend my brother your bike?

D 7 Right or wrong? She sent some flowers to the nurse. She sent to the nurse some flowers. She sent the nurse some flowers. What are you thinldng about? About what are you thinking? D 9 Right or wrong? Listen to! Listen me! Listen to me! You never listen me. You never listen to me. If they're wrong. Ilove going to parties and hate staying at home. A cat is said to have nine lifes. Are we having sandwichs for lunch? Male host Female bridegroom waiter policeman heroine nun widow 5 Right or wrong?

A lot of social problems is caused by unemployment. We've made some important progress, progresses with the building work.

You need breathing g equipments if you're going diving. My been lost. A pair of A. Let's talk about your plans. Let's have a talk about your plans. D 10 Is the use of apostrophes ' right Q or wrong w? She's a cousin of Iohn's.

She's a ]ohn's cousin. She's one of Iohn's cousins. Is this the boss's car? Is this the Iohn's car? A ldnd of milk. A ldnd of chocolate. Upper Int 13 Which of these questions islare possible? Is there a shoes shop near here? Are there any shoe shops near here? Are there any shoes shops near here?

Is there a ticket office near here? Is there a tickets oflice near here? Are there any tickets oflices near here? Who said that? Lil ; I li] L; 2 Are these sentences right or wrong? If they're wrong, correct them. He hated ties because reminded him of his school uniform. Who's that over there? D Upper Int 4 Which of these sentences islare right? My sister's nearly as tall as me. My sister's nearly as tall as I am. My brother can run faster than me.

My brother can run faster than I can. D 5 Which is the more polite option in each case? No, l didn't! No, really. I'm all right. No, that's all, thank you. I bumt me on the hot pan. Here's ten dollars. Get you something to eat.

Get yourself something to eat. He gave me money for lunch.

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He gave myself money for lunch. Are these statements true T. I can do it ; I don't need any help. My mother and her sister are very close: Peter has a room and Julia has a room. The children both have rooms. There's somebody outside who wants to speak to you. Would you like else, something else to eat? Which of these are your suitcases? D 14 Right or wrong? Ifyou haven't got a fresh chicken, I'll take a frozen. If you haven't got a fresh chicken, I'll take a frozen one. If you haven't got fresh cream, I'll take tinned.

If you haven't got fresh cream, I'll take tlnned one. Which would you like? Which one would you like? Which ones would you like? This one looks the best. This small one looks the nicest. Who are 'T hey'? Can this sentence mean the same: I hope your children aren't scared of the dogs. A doctor must like people.

Doctor must like people. Doctors must like people. They may not all need to be changed. It's a very hot day today. It's avery hot today. I'm so happy to have you as afriend. I'm so happy to have you as a my friend. I haven't got a money for the taxi. Can you lend me some? She's engineer working in the oil industry. Don't go out without hat. Don't use as ashtray. Upper Int 6 If necessary. I'm writing a book on the life of Mozart. I didn't understand the nature of the problem.

I love the nature, so I really don't like living in the city. Life would be much quieter without A. D mobile phones. D the mobile phone. D 8 Choose the right options in each sentence. Europe's economic problems are serious.

The economic problems of Europe are serious. I met boss's wife yesterday. I met the boss's wife yesterday. I want to leam how to play the guitar. I want the guitar lessons. Q Q 11 Which of these sentences islare right?

Ihaven't seen her all the week. Both children are good at maths. Both the children are good at maths. I haven't seen her all week. All three brothers were arrested. All the three brothers were arrested. I'll see you on Thursday. I'll see you next Thursday. I'll see you on the next Thursday. I'll see you on the Thursday before New Year-'s Day.

The Queen Elizabeth welcomed the President Kennedy. Write in The if necessary. Thames D. Katy broke arm mountain climbing. What's the dog doing? Put those old newspapers down - they're dirty. Put those down - they're dirty.

Tell those people to go away. Tell those to go away. Upper Int 19 Right or wrong? Can I get you anything else? OK, that's it! I'm leaving. It was nice knowing you.

I'll take all two shirts, please. I'll take all three shirts, please. More than one may be possible for each sentence. Are you going to stay here all the night? LD Are you going to stay here all the time? Everybody stood up. D Everyone stood up. D All stood up. All people stood up. D All the people stood up.

D 5 Right or wrong? I like every music. She's drunk all the orange juice. She's drunk the whole orange juice.

She's eaten all a loaf of bread. She's eaten a whole loai of bread. Eating too much sugar is bad for you. Ask all dentists. Ask any dentist. Ask every dentist. D 9 Which replies are possible? Did you get the oil? DDDD 10 Which host sounds more polite: Would you like some more meat? Would you like any more meat? D 11 Right or wrong? She's eaten both chops. She's eaten the both chops. She's eaten both the chops.

She's eaten both of chops. She's eaten both of the chops. Both the children have gone to bed. The children have both gone to bed. The children have gone to bed both. Each of us a serious problem. There's a meeting six weeks. The average politician has real power. Would you like soup?

Only students in my class are studying two foreign languages. D Most keen: Least keen: Are these sentences right or wrong? If they are wrong, correct them. Lots of patience are needed to learn to teach small children. A lot of my friends wants to emigrate. Right or wrong? I need more two loaves of bread. I need two more loaves of bread. Most children like ice cream. Most of children like ice cream. The Romans conquered most of Europe. N either brother is married.

Neither of brothers is married. N either of her brothers is married. You're so beautiful. You're so much beautiful. You're so much more beautiful than me. Could you please give me advice? Which word s can end this sentence correctly?

He's so selfish: D 15 adjectives and adverbs 1 Upper Intermediate o TEST 15 - adjectives and adverbs Choose the right option to complete each sentence correctly. Right A Wrong Which of these adjectives follow the same pattern? The wall is two metres high. My brother is ten years older than me. Your house is thousands of dollars worth more than mine. Let's go somewhere that is quiet. The most important thing is to be happy.

I Upper Int 5 Which adjectives are in the right order? He was tall and dark and handsome. He was tall, dark and handsome. He was tall, dark, handsome. The French are usually very patriotic. A French is usually very patriotic. A Frenchman is usually very patriotic. D 9 Is the word loaf necessary in this sentence: I'd like two large loaves and one small loaf.

Stupidly, l forgot my keys. I forgot my keys stupidly. D 1 1 Which of these sentences islare right? I never ask her about her marriage. Never i ask her about her marriage. Never ask her about her marriage. D 12 Right or wrong? Here comes your bus. Here your bus comes. Here it comes. Here comes it.

Every day I have a shower. DailyI have a shower. Don't throw out of the window orange peel. Don't throw orange peel out of the window.

Put the butter in the fridge at once. Usuallyl take the train to work.

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I usually take the train to work. I take usually the train to work. Hardly it matters. Almost it was dark. It hardly matters. It was almost dark. It matters hardly. It was dark almost. D 16 comparison 1 Write in the comparatives and superlatives of these adjectives. Adjective Comparative Superlative fat tbin large small good bad happy. Today's hotter yesterday. I Upper int 3 Which word s can complete the sentence correctly?

I'm getting more and more fat. I'm getting fatter and fatter. We're going more and more slowly. We're going more slowly and more slowly. Your room is even untidier than your brothers. Your room is even more untldy than your brother's. I; [m4 6 Which of these sentences islare normally right? He sings better than she. He sings better than her.

He sings better than she does. She doesn't sing as well as he. She doesn't sing as well as him. She doesn't sing as well as he does. D 7 Which expression s can end the request correctly? Could you all A. D 8 Which expression s can end the sentence correctly? She's the fastest player A. D 9 Which word s can complete the sentence? Your new flat is nicer than mine. She went home without to say goodbye. She went home without saying goodbye. He asked for a loan.

He asked to borrow some money. He asked for to borrow some money. Excuse me, sir. Be polite g t ". Be nice I your sister. Be kind g your children.

I got into the car. I got onto the bus.

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Igotoffthe car. I got off the bus. Upper Int A. Her marriage. Upper Int oo Choose the right preposition for each sentence. She looks much younger from, in, an her Wedding photos.

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