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School competition test 1

I Choose the correct answer and circle the letter in front of it:

1.        “What _____________________?”   “She works in a bank.”

      has she done               does she do                    is she doing                     she does

2.       Neither of them knew the answer, ___________?

      did they?                       didn’t they?                    they did?                          had they?

3.       A: “Can I have ____________more coffee, please?” B: “Yes, of course.”

      no                                     any                                     some                                 /

4.       What _________________? He’s tall with black hair and moustache.

      is he like                         he is like                           does he look like           he looks like

5.       He ___________ be the hacker the police are looking for. He is computer - ______ literate.

     can / un-                        might / non-                   can’t / il-                           mustn’t / dis-

6.       “Do you know that man?” “Yes. He’s the man ___________ sister lives next door to me.”

      who                                 which                                 that                                    whose

7.       If you had studied more, you ____________ the exam .

      would pass                   would have passed         will pass                            will have passed

8.       Can you tell me why ______________ the police?

     did she call                    didn’t she call                she called                          she call

9.       If I won the lottery, I _________________ whatever I liked.

      will buy                           can buy                             could buy                         could have bought

10.   The dog ______________ on the ground and waited.

      lies                                   lied                                     lain                                      lay

II Read the text below and think of the word which best fits each space. Use only one word in each space.

Tuscany has much to offer the visitor as it has both beautiful countryside (1) a number of historic towns. One of its (2) famous cities is Florence. (3) is known for its cathedral and the beautiful bridge, Ponte Vecchio. There are some colourful markets, which are quite cheap considering (4) expensive Italy can be. Another city most people will have heard (5) is Pisa, famous (6) its Leaning Tower. Bargo, on the other (7) , is a town that may not (8) known to the average visitor. Nevertheless, it should not be missed by (9) who is interested (10) seeing the best of Tuscany.


III Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do not change the word given. Use between 3 and 7 words.   

1.       It’s more than a month since she last saw her grandparents.  NOT

She  more than a month.

2.       My neighbours hired a famous architect to design their house. HAD

My neighbours by a famous architect.


IV In each sentence there is only ONE mistake. Find it and rewrite the corrected sentence.

1.       No news are good news.                              

2.       I’m looking forward to meet you.                  

3.       She told that she liked you.                        

4.       Laura is afraid from the dog.                      

5.       There was a fight among two boys.              


V Read this article about the history of the mobile phone. Decide if the verbs need to be active or passive and put them in the right form.

The first public telephone call on a portable radiotelephone (1) (make) on April 3rd, 1973 by Martin Cooper, one of a team of engineers in Motorola’s Communications Systems Division. Previously, people could only phone someone from a building or a car. Martin Cooper says, ”As I (2) (walk) down the street talking on the phone, New Yorkers (3) (look) amazed at the sight of someone actually moving around while making a phone call.”

In 1983 the world’s first commercial handheld cellular phone, (4) (introduce) by Motorola. Each phone (5) (cost) $3500.

Today there (6) (be) more mobile subscribers than landline phone subscribers in the world, and mobiles (7) (can buy) for as little as $35. They (8) (use) to send photos and receive e-mails as well as for making phone calls and text messaging. In the future, who knows what else people (9)(use) mobile phones for. Certainly, most people don’t seem to be able to leave home without one.


VI Make questions for the underlined words or phrases:

Tim  hit  the nail  with  a hammer   five  times.

 (1)          (2)             (3)              (4)