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I CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER:

1. "Margaret speaks English and French. What language ___________�?"
����you speak
� ���speak you
�� �do you speak
��� �does you speak
2. Mark is vegetarian. He ___________meat.
��� �never eat
��� don't eat
�����didn't eat
�����doesn't eat
3. " _______is my sister Helen." "How do you do?"
��� �that
��� �this
�����there
��� �these
4. This is a secret. You _______ tell anybody.
��� �must
��� �have to
�����mustn't
�����needn't
5. If I ___________well tomorrow, I'll stay at home.
��� �won't feel
�����don't feel
��� �feel
��� �will feel
6. When he was young he _____________ very fast.
��� �can run
��� �might run
�����could run
�����could to run
7. Hurry up! The train leaves ______ five minutes.
��� �about
��� �for
��� �at
��� �in
8. I've lost my key. I've looked ______ for it.
���� �everywhere
���� �everyone
���� �everything
���� �every day
9. My brother isn't interested ____languages. He is very good at _____ sport.

���� �with...in

���� �in...at

������at...in

������in...with

10. Can I have_______in my coffee, please?

���� �milk

���� �any milk

���� �some milk

������no milk

11. " _______________well last night?"

���� �Do you sleep

������Did you sleep

���� �Were sleeping

���� �Have you slept

12. " What ______________?"� "She works in a bank."

���� �has she done

���� �does she do

���� �is she doing

���� �she does

13. Your English has improved. You speak _______ last year.

���� �very fluently

���� �a lot fluently

���� �more fluently than

���� �much fluently

14. A: Someone broke into our house last night.������� B: Oh, dear! ________________?

����� Was anything taken?

������Was something taken?

���� �Did anything take?

������Did something take?

15. Can you read this for me? My eyes aren't ________________yours.

������better

���� �as good as
������as better as
���� �more good�����
��������
II� WRITE DIALOGUES USING THE GIVEN WORDS:
1. you try the new Italian restaurant / eat there yesterday evening���
���� A:
���� B : Yes,

�2. you see the Eiffel Tower / I be in Paris three years ago

���� A:�
���� B:� Yes,
III� REWRITE THE TEXT. INSTEAD OF EVERY YEAR ... BEGIN WITH LAST YEAR... AND MAKE ALL THE NECESSARY CHANGES:
�������������������������������������������������
Every year Frank and Sally spend their holiday in the mountains.
There they go in for sports.
They swim, play tennis and climb the mountains.
Their grandparents give them some pocket money.
They usually travel by bus.
They live in a small hotel.
They don't get up early.
They have breakfast at nine.
In the evening they listen to music or go to a discotheque.
IV REWRITE THE SENTENCES WITHOUT CHANGING THE MEANING:
1. "Don't worry about me, mother." David said.
��� David mother
2. An armchair is more comfortable than a chair.
��� A chair is not
3. Kelly is not old enough to drive a car. She is only 14.
��� Kelly is �She is only 14.
4. I think cats are not as intelligent as dogs.
��� I think dogs are
5. Someone used a hammer to break the window.
��� The window
V COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE MISSING WORDS:
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Receptionist: Good evening, sir.
Mr Davis : Good evening. Do you have a reservation in the �of Davis, please?
Receptionist: Yes, here we are. Mr Daniel Davis.� �you like�a single room or a double , Mr Davis?
Mr Davis: I'd prefer a single.
Receptionist: And nights are you staying?
Mr Davis: Four.
Receptionist: Fine. And could you this registration form, please?