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  1. 1. NAME CLASS ENGLISH FILE 10  Quick Test Pre-intermediate GRAMMAR Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences. Example: My sister _____ Italian. A  speak  ■  B  speaks  ■  C  do speak  ■ ✓ 19 Who _____ the zip? A  is invented  ■  B  was invented  C invented ■ ■  20 Janet isn’t answering her phone. She _____ be out. A can ■  B would ■  C might ■ 1 Take a sandwich because you _____ get hungry. A might ■  B  might not  ■  C should ■ 20 VOCABULARY 2 You might _____ like the film. It’s very long. A  to not  ■  B  not to  ■  C not ■ a Tick (✓) the correct school subject, A, B, or C. 3 He _____ play football when he was young. A  used to  ■  B  use to  ■  C used ■ Example: All insects have six legs. A  chemistry  ■  B physics ■  C biology ■ ✓ 4 I _____ like public speaking. Now I love it. A  don’t use to  ■  B  didn’t use to  ■  C  didn’t used to  ■ 1 The capital of Norway is Oslo. A geography ■  B history ■  C maths ■ 5 A lot of novels _____ into other languages. A  are translate  ■  B  are translated  ■  C  is translated  ■ 2 There is oxygen and nitrogen in the air. A science ■  B technology ■  C geography ■ 6 8 million disposable nappies _____ every day in the UK. A  are used  ■  B used ■  C  are use  ■ 7 When was this museum _____? A build ■  B built ■  C  be built  3 Abraham Lincoln was a US president. A geography ■  B history ■  C maths ■ 4 32 – 27 = 5 A geography ■  B history ■  C maths ■ ■ 5 Shakespeare wrote, ‘To be or not to be …’ A technology ■  B science ■  C literature ■ 8 We aren’t sure but we _____ go away this weekend. A  might to  ■  B will ■  C might ■ 9 She _____ at home. Her car isn’t there. A  may not be  ■  B  may not to be  ■  C  might to be  ■ b Tick (✓) A , B, or C to form the correct noun. Example: imagin_____ A -asion ■  B -etion ■  C -ation ■ ✓ 10 Did you use _____ glasses? A wore ■  B  to wear  ■  C wear ■ 11 Fiat cars _____ in Italy. A  are make  ■  B  be made  ■  C  are made  6 cho_____ A -se ■  B -ise ■  C -ice ■ ■ 12 What time do you _____ go to work? A usually ■  B  use to  ■  C used ■ 7 organiz_____ A -asion ■  B -ation ■  C -ate ■ 13 The film was directed _____ Quentin Tarantino. A for ■  B from ■  C by ■ 8 d_____ A -yed ■  B -eath ■  C -ied ■ 14 When _____ iPods invented? A are ■  B was ■  C were ■ 9 op_____ A -sion ■  B -tion ■  C -ted ■ 10 succ_____ 15 A Did they use to be married? B Yes, they _____. A are ■  B did ■  C was ■ 16 How _____? A  it’s made cheese  ■  B  is cheese made  C  cheese is made  ■ A -asion ■  B -essness ■  C -ess ■ 11 educ_____ 17 All of the children _____ a prize for entering the competition. A  were given  ■  B  did given  ■  C  were gave  18 When did you _____ to know Alex? A used ■  B were ■  C use ■ A -asion ■  B -ation ■  C -ate ■ ■ 12 elect_____ A -ion ■  B -ision ■  C -icion ■ ■ 13 inform_____ A -asion ■  B -ent ■  C -ation ■ 14 confus_____ A -ion ■  B -ement ■  C -ation ■ English File Pre-intermediate Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2012 1
  2. 2. NAME CLASS ENGLISH FILE 10  Quick Test Pre-intermediate PRONUNCIATION 15 invit_____ A -esion ■  B -ation ■  C -ision ■ c Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with past participles. a Which word has the correct sound? Tick (✓) A, B, or C. Example: /ɔɪ/ A chose  ■  B  choose  ■  C  choice  ■ ✓ Example: Harry Potter was _____ by J.K. Rowling. A written ■  B wrote ■  C write ■ ✓ 1 /ɪə/ A bear  ■  B near  16 Sherlock Holmes was _____ on a real person. A base ■  B basing ■  C based ■ ■  C were  ■ 2 /eɪ/ A might  ■  B education  ■  C meet  ■ 17 The dishwasher was _____ by a woman. A invented ■  B invention ■  C invent ■ 3 /aɪ/ A decide  ■  B afraid  ■  C car  ■ 18 Penicillin was first _____ by Alexander Fleming. A discover ■  B discovered ■  C discovering ■ 4 /eə/ A idea  19 Avatar was _____ by James Cameron. A directing ■  B direct ■  C directed ■ ■  B here  ■  C hair  ■ 5 /aʊ/ A famous  ■  B sound  ■  C know  20 This dress was _____ by Vivienne Westwood. A designing ■  B design ■  C designed ■ ■ b Which -ed past simple ending adds an extra syllable /ɪd/? Tick (✓) A, B, or C. Example: A  wanted  ■  B discovered ■  ✓ C designed ■ 20 6 A started ■  B produced ■  C used ■ 7 A fixed ■  B decided ■  C asked ■ 8 A directed ■  B called ■  C showed ■ 9 A invented ■  B played ■  C smiled ■ 10 A loved ■  B hoped ■  C created ■ 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total English File Pre-intermediate Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2012 50 2

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