Posted by: crisdiaz24 | February 26, 2012

TEST UNIT 3 NEW ENGLISH FILE ADVANCED

TEST UNIT 3 NEW ENGLISH FILE ADVANCED

GRAMMAR

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

Example: Ben ________ have been home. His car was outside and I saw him go in the house!

A  can’t          B  must   ü     C  might

1   He left for work at 7.30. He ________ arrived at the office by now.

A  should have          B  could be          C  can’t

2   Do you think Barry ________ stolen the laptop?

A  can’t be          B  may          C  might have

3   Betty ________ very happy. Her new job sounds absolutely fantastic.

A  must          B  must have          C  must be

4   The business can’t ________ very well. They haven’t sold anything since last year.

A  do          B  be doing          C  to do

5   We’re sure ________ some live music when we go to the Summer Festival.

A  seeing          B  to see          C  have seen

6   Lisa ________ quit her job when she hears the news.

A  is likely to          B  likely to          C  likes to

7   Majid ________ email until he’s found a job.

A  won’t unlikely          B  definitely          C  probably won’t

8   ________ you work like a professional will we pay you like a professional.

A  Not until          B  Never have          C  Not only

9   No sooner ________ we arrived at that office than they told us to go back home.

A  did          B  had          C  were

10   Not only ________ get lost, but you forgot to bring money for parking!

A  did you          B  you did          C  you’d

11   Not until you ________ another country do you understand your own country.

A  got to know          B  ’re getting to know          C  get to know

12   Rarely ________ had a more enjoyable evening.

A  did I          B  I have          C  have I

13   ________ had we eaten our food when the waiter brought us the bill.

A  Only          B  Hardly          C  Rarely

14   Only when you write a poem do you ________ how difficult it can be.

A  understanding          B  to understand          C  understand

15   I wish that we ________ enough money to buy a new car.

A  had          B  have          C  were having

16   If only she ________ the map at home – we wouldn’t be lost!

A  hadn’t left          B  has left          C  leave

17   We’d ________ you didn’t eat at your desk.

A  wish          B  rather          C  were

18   I think ________ we said goodbye and went home.

A  the time          B  it were time          C  it’s time

19   Would she rather we ________ the date of the party?

A  were changed          B  change          C  changed

20   If ________ Aliye were here. She’d know what to do.

A  rather          B  only          C  it were

20

VOCABULARY

a   Tick (√) the correct adjective or idiom, A, B, or C.

Example: making somebody feel sad

A  gripping          B  depressing   ü     C  intriguing

1   intelligent and amusing

A  thought-provoking          B  moving          C  witty

2   not easy to believe

A  heavy-going          B  implausible          C  haunting

3   original, strange

A  quirky          B  staccato          C  bland

4   flat and even

A  faithful          B  smooth          C  vast

5   not generous with money

A  in the red          B  tight-fisted          C  wealthy

6   feeling very strongly that you want what another person has

A  sick with envy          B  refreshingly honest          C  reaching their teens

7   rich

A  loaded          B  poor          C  broke

8   having a loan or owing money

A  affluent          B  penniless          C  in debt

9   very expensive

A  good value          B  costs a fortune          C  makes ends meet

10   money freely given to help a charity

A  a loan          B  a deposit          C  a donation

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

Example: People making ________ phone calls at work drives me mad!

A  personal   ü     B  ‘hold’          C  ring

11   The ______ of my office mate’s fingers on his desk really bothers me.

A  making          B  hum          C  tapping

12   Leo ______ that there was a problem and said he would try to help.

A  acknowledged          B  approached          C  applied to

13   My friends ________ last Friday evening for dinner.

A  commuted          B  came round          C  nicknamed

14   Ken always ________ about how tough his job is, but he’s very well paid.

A  makes up          B  moans          C  puts a strain

15   The ________ of my alarm clock wakes me up at 6.30.

A  hiss          B  drip          C  buzz

16   Before the band began to play, the crowd let out a huge ________.

A  roar          B  tick          C  creak

17   The brakes on my bicycle make a loud ________ when I stop.

A  snore          B  slurp          C  screech

18   Lee told me a funny joke and made me ________.

A  stammer          B  giggle          C  sob

19   Lola breathed out a long ________ and showed she was disappointed.

A  yell          B  mumble          C  sigh

20   I’m working extra hours to ________ up for the time I took off last month.

A  make          B  take          C  have

20

PRONUNCIATION

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

Example:    A  fee          B  exchange   ü     C  neatly

1   A  implausible          B  enormous          C  breadwinners

2   A  fast-moving          B  overly          C  thought-provoking ■

3   A  absence          B  crash          C  penniless

4   A  inflation          B  living          C  society

5   A  savings          B  entertaining          C  vast

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

Example:    A  instalment          B  instalment   ü     C  instalment

6   A  affluent          B  affluent          C  affluent

7   A  donation          B  donation          C  donation

8   A  undisturbed          B  undisturbed          C  undisturbed

9   A  overly          B  overly          C  overly

10   A  intriguing          B  intriguing          C  intriguing

10

KEY

 

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

Example: Ben ________ have been home. His car was outside and I saw him go in the house!

A  can’t          B  must   ü     C  might

1   He left for work at 7.30. He ________ arrived at the office by now.

A  should have          B  could be          C  can’t

2   Do you think Barry ________ stolen the laptop?

A  can’t be          B  may          C  might have

3   Betty ________ very happy. Her new job sounds absolutely fantastic.

A  must          B  must have          C  must be

4   The business can’t ________ very well. They haven’t sold anything since last year.

A  do          B  be doing          C  to do

5   We’re sure ________ some live music when we go to the Summer Festival.

A  seeing          B  to see          C  have seen

6   Lisa ________ quit her job when she hears the news.

A  is likely to          B  likely to          C  likes to

7   Majid ________ email until he’s found a job.

A  won’t unlikely          B  definitely          C  probably won’t

8   ________ you work like a professional will we pay you like a professional.

A  Not until          B  Never have          C  Not only

9   No sooner ________ we arrived at that office than they told us to go back home.

A  did          B  had          C  were

10   Not only ________ get lost, but you forgot to bring money for parking!

A  did you          B  you did          C  you’d

11   Not until you ________ another country do you understand your own country.

A  got to know          B  ’re getting to know          C  get to know

12   Rarely ________ had a more enjoyable evening.

A  did I          B  I have          C  have I

13   ________ had we eaten our food when the waiter brought us the bill.

A  Only          B  Hardly          C  Rarely

14   Only when you write a poem do you ________ how difficult it can be.

A  understanding          B  to understand          C  understand

15   I wish that we ________ enough money to buy a new car.

A  had          B  have          C  were having

16   If only she ________ the map at home – we wouldn’t be lost!

A  hadn’t left          B  has left          C  leave

17   We’d ________ you didn’t eat at your desk.

A  wish          B  rather          C  were

18   I think ________ we said goodbye and went home.

A  the time          B  it were time          C  it’s time

19   Would she rather we ________ the date of the party?

A  were changed          B  change          C  changed

20   If ________ Aliye were here. She’d know what to do.

A  rather          B  only          C  it were

20

VOCABULARY

a   Tick (√) the correct adjective or idiom, A, B, or C.

Example: making somebody feel sad

A  gripping          B  depressing   ü     C  intriguing

1   intelligent and amusing

A  thought-provoking          B  moving          C  witty

2   not easy to believe

A  heavy-going          B  implausible          C  haunting

3   original, strange

A  quirky          B  staccato          C  bland

4   flat and even

A  faithful          B  smooth          C  vast

5   not generous with money

A  in the red          B  tight-fisted          C  wealthy

6   feeling very strongly that you want what another person has

A  sick with envy          B  refreshingly honest          C  reaching their teens

7   rich

A  loaded          B  poor          C  broke

8   having a loan or owing money

A  affluent          B  penniless          C  in debt

9   very expensive

A  good value          B  costs a fortune          C  makes ends meet

10   money freely given to help a charity

A  a loan          B  a deposit          C  a donation

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

Example: People making ________ phone calls at work drives me mad!

A  personal   ü     B  ‘hold’          C  ring

11   The ______ of my office mate’s fingers on his desk really bothers me.

A  making          B  hum          C  tapping

12   Leo ______ that there was a problem and said he would try to help.

A  acknowledged          B  approached          C  applied to

13   My friends ________ last Friday evening for dinner.

A  commuted          B  came round          C  nicknamed

14   Ken always ________ about how tough his job is, but he’s very well paid.

A  makes up          B  moans          C  puts a strain

15   The ________ of my alarm clock wakes me up at 6.30.

A  hiss          B  drip          C  buzz

16   Before the band began to play, the crowd let out a huge ________.

A  roar          B  tick          C  creak

17   The brakes on my bicycle make a loud ________ when I stop.

A  snore          B  slurp          C  screech

18   Lee told me a funny joke and made me ________.

A  stammer          B  giggle          C  sob

19   Lola breathed out a long ________ and showed she was disappointed.

A  yell          B  mumble          C  sigh

20   I’m working extra hours to ________ up for the time I took off last month.

A  make          B  take          C  have

20

PRONUNCIATION

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

Example:    A  fee          B  exchange   ü     C  neatly

1   A  implausible          B  enormous          C  breadwinners

  A  fast-moving          B  overly          C  thought-provoking ■

3   A  absence          B  crash          C  penniless

4   A  inflation          B  living          C  society

5   A  savings          B  entertaining          C  vast

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

Example:    A  instalment          B  instalment   ü     C  instalment

6   A  affluent          affluent          C  affluent

7   A  donation          B  donation          C  donation

8   A  undisturbed          B  undisturbed          C  undisturbed

9   A  overly          B  overly          overly

10   A  intriguing          B  intriguing          C  intriguing

10

 

 

Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50

Responses

  1. Hi, I need the key of the Test Unit 3 of New English File Advanced. Can you send me to my e-mail?
    aurora.ubina@outlook.com
    Thanks in advance,

    Aurora

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