Posted by: crisdiaz24 | April 24, 2011

QUICK TEST UNIT 5 ENGLISH FILE ADVANECD

GRAMMAR

Tick (√) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

Example:    We ________ go to bed early tonight. We’ve got to get up early tomorrow.

A  ought          B  should   √     C  got to

Example: We ________ go to bed early tonight. We’ve got to get up early tomorrow.

A  ought          B  should   ü     C  got to

1   She ________ hurry or she’ll be late.

A  better          B  ’d better          C  ’s better

2   I ________ finish my homework last night, so I did it on the bus this morning.

A  couldn’t          B  can’t          C  should

3   They ________ have phoned to tell us they would be late, but they didn’t.

A  must remember          B  better not          C  ought to

4   Pierre doesn’t ________ work next weekend, so we’re going to Barcelona.

A  have to          B  has to          C  must

5   I ________ buy a new coat.

A  didn’t need          B  will have          C  ’ve got to

6   You ________ prepared such a fancy meal, but it’s delicious!

A  ’d better not          B  needn’t have          C  mustn’t

7   We ________ meet you tomorrow because we’ll be on holiday.

A  ’re not permitted          B  won’t be able to          C  supposed

8   ________ a noise downstairs?

A  Are you hearing          B  Can you hearing          C  Can you hear

9   I ________ the tomatoes in this sauce.

A  ’m not tasting          B  can’t taste          C  taste not

10   I heard my neighbour ________ in the shower at four in the morning.

A  singing          B  to sing          C  was sing

11   He ________ his mother.

A  looks like          B  looks          C  looks as if

12   He ________ he’s been ill.

A  ’s as though          B  looks          C  looks as though

13   My manager ________ made a mistake.

A  seems as though          B  seems to have          C  seems like

14   I’m tired of ________ I’m lazy.

A  told          B  being told          C  to be told

15   ________ worked for the company for 20 years, my dad was shocked to be sacked.

A  Having          B  Having been          C  Being

16   He would ________ more local food when he visited Egypt.

A  have been liking to eat          B  like to eat          C  like to have eaten

17   He seems ________ very hard these days.

A  to be working          B  working          C  being working

18   This soup is disgusting. It ________ milk.

A  tastes          B  tastes like          C  ’s tasting like

19   There’s no point ________ his opinion as he never has one.

A  asking          B  ask          C  to ask

20   We hope ________ our own house next year.

A  building          B  build          C  to build

20

VOCABULARY

a   Tick (√) A, B, or C to complete the place and movement expressions.

Example: Turn right ________ the traffic lights and drive 100 metres.

A  on          B  at  √    C  to

1   I met Jorge ________ the café.

A  outside          B  out          C  out from

2   My flat is three floors ________ Alicia’s flat.

A  past          B  on top of          C  above

3   I phoned Suresh ________ his office.

A  to          B  at          C  in

4   When the rain came, we stayed ________ the umbrella and kept dry.

A  below          B  under          C  into

5   I was so happy when I saw Jane walking ________ me.

A  along          B  over          C  towards

6   If you go ________ the corner, you’ll see the post office.

A  round          B  at          C  under

7   As the car drove ________, I could see Pat waving from the back seat.

A  away          B  onto          C  out of

8   You should always keep your passport ________ a safe place.

A  into          B  inside          C  in

9   I left my keys ________ the table, but they’re not there now.

A  on top          B  on          C  over

10   As they walked ________ the dark tunnel, they held hands.

A  through          B  across          C  under

b   Tick (√) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

Example: After running 20 miles, I had a big, painful ________ on my foot because my shoe was too loose.

A  scan          B  blister   √    C  plaster

11   The van ________ outside the hotel and five men got out.

A  pulled          B  pulled up          C  pulled across

12   ________ the window and we’ll ask this man for directions.

A  Bring in          B  Put out          C  Wind down

13   Ahmet ________ out of the window and said goodbye.

A  stubbed          B  handed          C  leant

14   I heard that some countries have ________ working more than 60 hours per week.

A  overrated          B  outlawed          C  anti

15   In my office, the women ________ the men by two to one.

A  misrepresent          B  devalued          C  outnumber

16   I can’t eat this pie. I’m ________ my weight.

A  watching          B  seeing          C  doing

17   I have a headache. I was reading in poor light and I ________ my eyes.

A  strained          B  bruised          C  defended

18   Colds are caused by ________.

A  antibiotics          B  viruses          C  syndromes

19   Do you know a ________ remedy for insomnia?

A  real          B  useful          C  true

20   My brother’s depression was so ________ that he had to leave his job.

A  unproven          B  mild          C  severe

20

PRONUNCIATION

a   Which word has a different sound? Tick (√) A, B, or C.

Example:    A  skill          B  fired   √     C  sister

1   A  along          B  surgeon          C  top

2   A  heart attack          B  rash          C  bat

3   A  stub out          B  upon          C  stubborn

4   A  useless          B severe          C  bruise

5   A  rip-off          B  mild          C  wind down

b   Which is the correctly stressed syllable? Tick (√) A, B, or C.

Example:    A  prematurely          B  prematurely   √     C  prematurely

6   A  reawakening          B  reawakening          C  reawakening

7   A  prosocially          B  prosocially          C  prosocially

8   A  poisoning          B  poisoning          C  poisoning

9   A  specialist          B  specialist          C  specialist

10   A  alternative          B  alternative          C  alternative

10

KEY

GRAMMAR

Tick (√) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

Example: We ________ go to bed early tonight. We’ve got to get up early tomorrow.

A  ought          B  should   √     C  got to

1   She ________ hurry or she’ll be late.

A  better          B  ’d better          C  ’s better

2   I ________ finish my homework last night, so I did it on the bus this morning.

A  couldn’t          B  can’t          C  should

3   They ________ have phoned to tell us they would be late, but they didn’t.

A  must remember          B  better not          C  ought to

4   Pierre doesn’t ________ work next weekend, so we’re going to Barcelona.

A  have to          B  has to          C  must

5   I ________ buy a new coat.

A  didn’t need          B  will have          C  ’ve got to 

6   You ________ prepared such a fancy meal, but it’s delicious!

A  ’d better not          B  needn’t have          C  mustn’t

7   We ________ meet you tomorrow because we’ll be on holiday.

A  ’re not permitted          B  won’t be able to          C  supposed

8   ________ a noise downstairs?

A  Are you hearing          B  Can you hearing          C  Can you hear

9   I ________ the tomatoes in this sauce.

A  ’m not tasting          B  can’t taste          C  taste not

10   I heard my neighbour ________ in the shower at four in the morning.

A  singing          B  to sing          C  was sing

11   He ________ his mother.

A  looks like          B  looks          C  looks as if

12   He ________ he’s been ill.

A  ’s as though          B  looks          C  looks as though

13   My manager ________ made a mistake.

A  seems as though          B  seems to have          C  seems like

14   I’m tired of ________ I’m lazy.

A  told          B  being told          C  to be told

15   ________ worked for the company for 20 years, my dad was shocked to be sacked.

A  Having          B  Having been          C  Being

16   He would ________ more local food when he visited Egypt.

A  have been liking to eat          B  like to eat          C  like to have eaten

17   He seems ________ very hard these days.

A  to be working          B  working          C  being working

18   This soup is disgusting. It ________ milk.

A  tastes          B  tastes like          C  ’s tasting like

19   There’s no point ________ his opinion as he never has one.

A  asking          B  ask          C  to ask

20   We hope ________ our own house next year.

A  building          B  build          C  to build 

20

VOCABULARY

a   Tick (√) A, B, or C to complete the place and movement expressions.

Example: Turn right ________ the traffic lights and drive 100 metres.

A  on          B  at   √     C  to

1   I met Jorge ________ the café.

A  outside          B  out          C  out from

2   My flat is three floors ________ Alicia’s flat.

A  past          B  on top of          C  above

3   I phoned Suresh ________ his office.

A  to          B  at          C  in

4   When the rain came, we stayed ________ the umbrella and kept dry.

A  below          B  under          C  into

5   I was so happy when I saw Jane walking ________ me.

A  along          B  over          C  towards

6   If you go ________ the corner, you’ll see the post office.

A  round          B  at          C  under

7   As the car drove ________, I could see Pat waving from the back seat.

A  away          B  onto          C  out of

8   You should always keep your passport ________ a safe place.

A  into          B  inside          C  in 

9   I left my keys ________ the table, but they’re not there now.

A  on top          B  on          C  over

10   As they walked ________ the dark tunnel, they held hands.

A  through          B  across          C  under

b   Tick (√) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

Example: After running 20 miles, I had a big, painful ________ on my foot because my shoe was too loose.

A  scan          B  blister   √     C  plaster

11   The van ________ outside the hotel and five men got out.

A  pulled          B  pulled up          C  pulled across

12   ________ the window and we’ll ask this man for directions.

A  Bring in          B  Put out          C  Wind down 

13   Ahmet ________ out of the window and said goodbye.

A  stubbed          B  handed          C  leant 

14   I heard that some countries have ________ working more than 60 hours per week.

A  overrated          B  outlawed          C  anti

15   In my office, the women ________ the men by two to one.

A  misrepresent          B  devalued          C  outnumber

16   I can’t eat this pie. I’m ________ my weight.

A  watching          B  seeing          C  doing

17   I have a headache. I was reading in poor light and I ________ my eyes.

A  strained          B  bruised          C  defended

18   Colds are caused by ________.

A  antibiotics          B  viruses          C  syndromes

19   Do you know a ________ remedy for insomnia?

A  real          B  useful          C  true

20   My brother’s depression was so ________ that he had to leave his job.

A  unproven          B  mild          C  severe 

20

PRONUNCIATION

a   Which word has a different sound? Tick (√) A, B, or C.

Example:    A  skill          B  fired   √     C  sister

1   A  along          B  surgeon          C  top

2   A  heart attack          B  rash          C  bat

3   A  stub out          B  upon          C  stubborn

4   A  useless          B severe          C  bruise

5   A  rip-off          B  mild          C  wind down

b   Which is the correctly stressed syllable? Tick (√) A, B, or C.

Example:    A  prematurely          B  prematurely   √     C  prematurely

6   A  reawakening          B  reawakening          C  reawakening

7   A  prosocially          B  prosocially          C  prosocially

8   A  poisoning          B  poisoning         poisoning   

9   A  specialist         specialist          C  specialist

10   A  alternative          B  alternative          C  alternative

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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50

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