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Ángela Muñoz DelgadoLEVEL 11. The children in that class are nine years old.• has• are• have2. How do you go to work?• you go• go you• do you go3. Do you like watching TV? Yes, I do.• like• like watching• do4. Is he coming to dinner tonight?• Does he come• Will he come• Is he coming5. I like listening to music.• listen• to listening• listening6. He can see something flying in the sky! Why dont we have a look?• flying• fly• to fly7. Would you like to come to dinner with us? (invitation)• Do you like• Would you like• Like you8. What film shall we see? (asking for a suggestion)• want• will• shall
Ángela Muñoz Delgado9. Do you want to come to dinner tomorrow?• come• to come• coming10. Hes got some interesting stories.• any• some• a lot11. I think the first painting was better than the other one.• better• gooder• goodder12. I went to the butchers to buy some bread.• for to• in order• to13. This book is his.• him• hes• his14. We have our English lesson on Fridays.• in• at• on15. Lets meet at four oclock this afternoon.• on• at• in16. My car was more expensive than his.• as• so• than
Ángela Muñoz Delgado17. When did you talk to her?• you talked• talked you• did you talk18. She said she wanted to come.• told• said• meant19. We had a wonderful dinner yesterday evening.• have had• haved• had20. I was watching TV when the telephone rang.• watched• was watching• have watched21. Have you finished your homework yet?• Have you finished• Did you finish• Did you finished22. Im hungry! Just a moment, I’ll make you a sandwich.• ll make• m making• make23. I enjoy his books because he writes so well.• good• better• well24. It won’t rain tomorrow.• isnt going to• not• wont
Ángela Muñoz Delgado25. What does he look like? He is quite tall and handsome.• does he look• does he look like• does he seem26. She asked him to help her.• help• helping• to help27. We have to leave by seven oclock every evening.• have to• must• must to28. If you want to be healthy, you shouldn’t smoke.• have not to• must not to• shouldnt29. Hes bored by politics.• boring by• interested by• bored by30. What will you do if he doesn’t come?• wont• isnt going to• doesnt31. Would you mind giving me a hand?• giving• give• to give32. I tried my best but I couldn’t do the exercise.• cant to• couldnt• am not able
Ángela Muñoz Delgado33. I missed the train, so I had to take the one after.• musted• must to• had to34. I have known since we were children.• know• have known• did know35. Hes already eaten.• yet• still• already36. Theyve been to France, haven’t they?• arent they• have they• havent they•LEVEL 21. I was watching TV when the telephone rang.• watched• was watching• are watching2. Im afraid Im not hungry. Ive already eaten lunch.• yet• still• already3. My mother let me stay out late when I was a child.• stay out• to stay out• staying out4. Would you like some chicken?• any• one
Ángela Muñoz Delgado• some5. He has few friends in Chicago.• few of• much• few6. She had finished lunch by the time we arrived.• finished• is finished• had finished7. What shall we do tonight? How about seeing a film?• to see• seeing• see8. Have you ever gone Hollywood?• Did you ever go• Have you ever gone• Are you ever gone9. Have you finished your homework yet?• already• yet• still10. Jack is really interested in history, especially Japanese history.• interesting in• interested on• interested in11. These images were photographed by an artist named Phil Thomsen.• were photographed• photographed• photographs12. If I were you, I would wait a while to begin investing.• was• are• were
Ángela Muñoz Delgado13. Hell give you a call as soon as he arrives.• will arrive• is going to arrive• arrives14. He found his watch among his papers on his desk.• among• between• in15. Would you mind giving me a hand this morning?• give• giving• to give16. I think San Francisco is as exciting as New York.• as .... as• as .... than• than ... as17. If she had known he was coming, she would have prepared the guest room.• knew• had known• have known18. She told me she wanted to come.• said• says• told19. What do you have to do at work?• must you• have you to• do you have to20. I wonder if the letter has arrived yet.• has the letter arrived• the letter has arrived• has arrived the letter
Ángela Muñoz Delgado21. Do you really want to put off that meeting until tomorrow?• put off• put until• put on22. Im hungry! Just a moment, I’ll make you a sandwich.• ll make• m going to make• m making23. Unless he comes, we wont have much to talk about.• If not he comes• Unless he comes• Since he comes24. Oh, look at those clouds! It’s going to rain.• will rain• is• s going to25. How is he? - Frank, oh hes fine.• fine• quite handsome• interesting26. Jack told her that he was going to come the next day.• is coming• is going to come• was going to come27. He will meet you in front of the station at seven oclock.• front of• next• in front of28. If you want to be healthy, you shouldn’t smoke.• must not to• dont have to• shouldnt
Ángela Muñoz Delgado29. Hes bored by politics.• boring by• interested by• bored by30. Where was Jack yesterday? - I dont know. He might have been seeing the doctor.• might have been• might was• would have been31. Yes, that is the woman whose horse almost trampled her!• that• who• whose32. Would you like me to look after the children next week?• look into• look at• look after33. I missed the train., so I had to take the one after.• musted• had to• must34. Why are your hands so dirty? - Well, I have been working in the garden for the lasttwo hours.• have been working• worked• have worked35. Fiestas have been made in Cologne, Germany for many years now.• have been made• have been making• are made36. Let me explain! I didnt really want to eat all the cookies, I just couldnt helpmyself.• Let me to explain!
Ángela Muñoz Delgado• Let me explain!• I explain!LEVEL 31. If she had known about his financial situation, she would have helped him out.• had known• knew• would have known2. Ill be looking after their cat while they are away on holiday.• looking into• looking at• looking after3. He made his children do their homework every afternoon.• to do• doing• do4. The test was so difficult she had problems finishing it on time.• such• so• as5. By the time she arrives, we will have finished our homework.• finish• will finish• will have finished6. She had finished lunch by the time we arrived.• finished• had finished• was finished7. The sun set at 9 last night.• sat• setted• set
Ángela Muñoz Delgado8. When I stopped speaking to Mary, she was picking some flowers in her garden.• speaking• to speak• speak9. Despite studying hard, he failed the exam.• he studied• studied• studying10. That room is being used for a meeting this afternoon.• is used• is being used• uses11. We would play tennis every day when we were young.• used• would to• would12. If I were you, I would get a better job.• was• are• were13. Hell give you a call as soon as he arrives.• arrives• will arrive• is going to arrive14. I really didnt want to come last night. Neither did I.• So did I.• Neither I did.• Neither did I.15. Do you think he knows what he wants?• he wants• does he want• wants he16. I think San Francisco is as exciting as New York.
Ángela Muñoz Delgado• as ... than• as .... so• as ... as17. Why are your hands so dirty? - Well, I have been working in the garden.• have worked• have been working• worked18. Did you remember to lock the door?• locking• lock• to lock19. Which model goes 250 k.p.h.?• Which model does go• Which does model go• Which model goes20. That is the man whose grandfather founded Kentucky Root Beer.• who• whose• that21. I could hardly see out the ship in the distance.• see out• make through• make out22. Look at those clouds! It will rain.• s going to• will• shall23. unless he comes, we wont have much to talk about.• If not he comes• Unless he comes• Since he comes24. He has any interest in continuing the project.• any
Ángela Muñoz Delgado• not any• no25. Where do you think Jane was yesterday? - She must have been at home.• must be• must have been• must go26. Jack told me he was going to come the next day.• is going to• will• was going to27. He drove the car out of the garage and left for work.• out of• out• into28. Jack came into a fortune when his great uncle passed on.• came along• came into• came through29. Unfortunately, Peter has few friends in Tacoma.• a few• a lot• few30. I will finish that project soon. - Ken said he would finish that project soon.• were• would• will31. In his position as managing director, he is responsible for more than 300employees.• like• as• so32. She wished she had bought the new car.• bought
Ángela Muñoz Delgado• would buy• had bought33. Fiestas have been made in Cologne, Germany for many years now.• have been made• have been making• have made34. I think you should better to see a doctor.• should better to• ought• had better35. Youll be leaving for Tokyo soon, won’t you?• arent you• will you• wont you36. During the last market session the Dow Jones dropped 67 points.• During• While• For