Quick Test 8
Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
Example: My sister _____ Italian.
A speak B speaks
C do speak
1 If the pool is open, we _____ for a swim.
A go B ’ll go C ’d go
2 She _____ speak to you again if you do that.
A doesn’t B wouldn’t C won’t
3 If you _____ time, will you come round for a coffee?
A have B will have C had
4 You’ve got an exam tomorrow. You _____ go out tonight.
A don’t should B shouldn’t to C shouldn’t
5 A Is this _____?
B No, it’s Maria’s.
A yours book B book yours C your
6 That’s not your mobile phone! It’s _____.
A my B my one C mine
7 You’ll love this film _____ you like mystery stories.
A then B if C when
8 You _____ walk home at night. It’s dangerous.
A should B shouldn’t C shouldn’t to
9 I think they _____ buy a new car. Their old one looks terrible.
A should B should to C mustn’t
10 Nina couldn’t come to my birthday party, but I went to _____.
A her B she’s C hers
11 If we _____ queues, the other queue will move quicker.
A changed B change C will change
12 She’ll be really happy if we _____ her to our party.
A invited B invite C would invite
13 If they _____ arrive in five minutes, we’ll go.
A didn’t B won’t C don’t
14 I don’t think you _____ tell your parents about this.
A shouldn’t B should C should to
15 A _____ go soon?
B Yes, we should. It’s very late.
A Should we B We should C Don’t we should
16 You _____ spend so much money on clothes.
A ought not B didn’t ought C ought not to
17 A _____ car is this?
B It’s ours.
A Who’s B Whose C Who
18 Oh, sorry! I picked up _____ jacket.
A yours B your’s C your
19 You shouldn’t _____ a lot of coffee. It’s bad for you.
A drink B to drink C drinking
20 I don’t think you _____ go out tonight. You’re very tired.
A may B shouldn’t C should
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a Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with the correct verb.
Example: I always _____ a suit to work.
A carry B wear C try
1 We should hurry or we’ll _____ the bus.
A miss B lose C catch
2 A party is a good place to _____ people.
A know B look like C meet
3 Don’t forget to _____ your homework.
A do B make C write
4 My sister _____ my mother.
A looks B like C looks like
5 He _____ the photograph.
A watched B looked at C looked
6 We _____ for the bus for an hour before it arrived.
A hoped B expected C waited
7 Rico doesn’t _____ much money as a waiter.
A win B earn C spend
8 You _____ very young in this photo.
A look B look at C look like
9 I can _____ you £10 until tomorrow, if you like.
A borrow B lend C take
10 Marco _____ his girlfriend lots of lies.
A said B told to C told
b Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
Example: Frank works very _____. He spent four hours on his homework!
A fast B slowly C slow
11 Our French teacher speaks too _____ for me to understand.
A quick B fast C fastly
12 Your room is very _____ at the moment.
A tidy B tidily C tidying
13 Our team played really _____, and we won the match.
A good B well C excellent
14 The children were playing _____ outside.
A happy B happyly C happily
15 They played a lovely _____ song.
A sadly B sadness C sad
c Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
Example: I get _____ at 7.30 every day.
A up B down C on
16 He studies a lot and his English is getting _____.
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A best B better C the best
17 My sister and her boyfriend are getting _____ next year.
A married B marry C marrying
18 She got _____ the bus and walked home.
A on B to C off
19 I get _____ well with my brothers and sisters.
A on B to C off
20 He left work at six and got _____ at 6.30.
A to home B the home C home
a Which word has a different sound? Tick ( ) A, B, or C.
Example: A van B tram C lane
should B food C good
enough B would C just
must B foot C love
could B put C but
boot B look C push
b Which letter isn’t pronounced? Tick ( ) A, B, or C.
B would C would
A mustn’t B mustn’t C mustn’t
A science B science C science
A girlfriend B girlfriend C girlfriend
A couldn’t B couldn’t C couldn’t
A yesterday B yesterday C yesterday
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total