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Start of Year Review (Standard)
1 Circle the correct alternatives.
1 Louise wear/wears jeans at the weekend.
2 Thomas does...
8 Which game / she / play?
___________________________________________________________
9 I / not come / with you.
________...
5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 Simone _________________ (walk) home from schoo...
7 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 Tim _________________ (just / ride) his bicycle...
9 Complete the sentences with words from 8.
1 The Empire State Building in New York is one of ________________ buildings i...
11 Match the sentence halves.
A
___ 1 Amanda doesn’t own a any new shoes.
___ 2 Rebecca has bought b some trousers.
B
___ ...
13 Complete the table with subject, object and possessive pronouns.
subject pronoun object pronoun possessive pronoun
I me...
15 Correct the errors in the sentences.
1 Are they going see a movie?
____________________________________________________...
16 Complete the sentences in reported speech.
1 ‘We ’re going to play tennis later,’ they told us.
They told us that they ...
18 Circle the correct alternatives.
1 If you want to win, you have to/would have to enter the competition first.
2 If she ...
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  1. 1. Start of Year Review (Standard) 1 Circle the correct alternatives. 1 Louise wear/wears jeans at the weekend. 2 Thomas doesn’t enjoy/enjoys cycling to school on cold days. 3 Where you do/do you live? 4 I don’t/doesn’t have any money for new clothes. 5 My brother watch/watches horror films on DVD every evening. 6 Sam doesn’t wear/doesn’t wears school uniform at his school. 7 What time do/does it start? 8 The children live/lives near the city centre. 2 Write sentences in the present continuous using the prompts. 1 They / play tennis / at the moment. ___________________________________________________________ 2 George / not live / with his parents. ___________________________________________________________ 3 I / have lunch / in the city centre. ___________________________________________________________ 4 Wendy and Jack / not wear / any shoes. ___________________________________________________________ 5 She / sit / over there. ___________________________________________________________ 6 We / not work / at the moment. ___________________________________________________________ 7 you / do your homework? ___________________________________________________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  2. 2. 8 Which game / she / play? ___________________________________________________________ 9 I / not come / with you. ___________________________________________________________ 10 We / put up / shelves in the kitchen. ___________________________________________________________ 3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. sometimes always now often never 1 Jennifer _________________ sets her alarm for seven o’clock on weekdays. She likes getting up early. 2 Pamela is walking over to your house _________________ . She’ll be there in a minute. 3 _________________ Dan visits us on his way home. He comes once or twice a week. 4 I _________________ eat meat. I’m a vegetarian. 5 We _________________ go to the cinema on Fridays. In fact, I think we go on three Fridays every month. 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 Jenny _________________ (lose) her purse yesterday. 2 Amy _________________ (break) her leg badly in the bicycle accident. 3 Tim _________________ (give) my mum some flowers. 4 We _________________ (not know) what time it was. 5 Sally _________________ (leave) at half past three. 6 Dan _________________ (worry) about handing in his homework late. 7 I _________________ (not win) the match. 8 We _________________ (see) a really interesting programme on TV yesterday. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  3. 3. 5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 Simone _________________ (walk) home from school when it suddenly started to rain. 2 What _________________ (Susie / wear) when you saw her last Monday? 3 Josie was eating lunch when someone _________________ (steal) her handbag. 4 _________________ (you / meet) Dan when he got off the plane? 5 The sun was shining and the birds _________________ (sing) in the trees as I cycled down the lane. 6 Penny _________________ (not kiss) Tom on their first date. 7 We _________________ (win) a hundred euros on last week’s lottery. 6 Circle the correct alternatives. 1 Danny used to play/had played the piano when he was young, but he doesn’t play it anymore. 2 Wendy didn’t know/wasn’t knowing what time it was when I asked her. 3 I was cooking/had cooked lunch when you phoned. 4 When we were small children, we would get/had got up really early at weekends. 5 We saw/had seen a good film last night. 6 Jo lost/was losing her tennis match when I left. I don’t know whether she won or lost in the end. 7 How much did you understand/were you understanding of the play? 8 Once, I broke/used to break my arm while playing basketball for my school. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  4. 4. 7 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 Tim _________________ (just / ride) his bicycle across the Pyrenees. 2 Louise _________________ (buy) some new shoes last weekend. 3 Wendy _________________ (not eat) her breakfast yet. That’s why she’s so hungry. 4 Penny _________________ (already / visit) the most interesting monuments. 5 I _________________ (get) home about five minutes ago. 6 How long _________________ (you / live) in this lovely old house? 7 He _________________ (own) a yacht for over 20 years. 8 Henrietta _________________ (not speak) to Carrie at last night’s dance. 9 _________________ (you / hear) the news? Sophie and Ian are getting married. 10 Paul and I _________________ (meet) for the first time many years ago. 8 Complete the table with comparatives and superlatives. adjective comparative superlative high higher big the biggest busy the busiest exciting more exciting good the best bad worse © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  5. 5. 9 Complete the sentences with words from 8. 1 The Empire State Building in New York is one of ________________ buildings in the USA. 2 The shopping centre is ________________ today than it usually is on a Monday. 3 John’s grade in the test was ________________ than his sister’s. He got 40%. She got 63%. 4 Elephants are ________________ than rhinos. 5 Sally Jenkins won an award as ________________ young actress in a comedy play in 2010. 6 We went paragliding on holiday. It was fantastic! It’s ________________ sport I’ve ever tried. 7 It was freezing and the wind was blowing and the rain was falling! It was ________________ weather I’ve ever experienced! 8 Monday is ________________ day of the week for me! I have so much to do then. 10 Circle the correct alternatives. 1 Sue likes listening to a/the radio. 2 What do you usually do at a/the weekend? 3 Jo enjoys working as a/(–) doctor in a large hospital. 4 Could you bring me a/the glass of water, please? 5 Amanda would like to study the/(–) chemistry at university. 6 Do you think there used to be life on the/(–) moon? 7 It’s important to try to help animals survive in the/(–) wild. 8 I’ll be there in a/the minute. 9 We got up early in a/the morning. 10 Would you like another cup of a/(–) coffee or tea? © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  6. 6. 11 Match the sentence halves. A ___ 1 Amanda doesn’t own a any new shoes. ___ 2 Rebecca has bought b some trousers. B ___ 3 Tim hasn’t got many c time. ___ 4 Bob doesn’t have much d friends. C ___ 5 I’ve learnt a few e German. ___ 6 Sue speaks a little f words. 12 Complete the sentences with in, at or on. 1 Jack lives _________________ France. 2 The film starts _________________ six o’clock. 3 I spent the weekend _________________ home. 4 The bus is _________________ time. 5 It’s five o’clock _________________ the morning. 6 I put it _________________ the cupboard. 7 My birthday is _________________ October. 8 What was _________________ TV last night? 9 Claire was waiting _________________ the bus stop. 10 Sue lives _________________ the countryside. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  7. 7. 13 Complete the table with subject, object and possessive pronouns. subject pronoun object pronoun possessive pronoun I me yours he him hers it its us them 14 Complete the sentences with words from 13. 1 Robert enjoys horror movies but I don’t like _________________ very much. They’re too scary. 2 My two brothers are tall but _________________ aren’t well-built. 3 Both these bags belong to us. And the backpack over there is_________________, too. 4 I’m sorry, but these shoes aren’t _________________. I have a black pair, not a brown pair. Do you think someone has taken them by mistake? 5 Give _________________ the ticket. He loves opera so he’ll really appreciate a free ticket. 6 I’m sorry. I didn’t know it was _________________. I wouldn’t have used it if you’d said something earlier. © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  8. 8. 15 Correct the errors in the sentences. 1 Are they going see a movie? ___________________________________________________________ 2 What will she to say if Emma phones? ___________________________________________________________ 3 Who you are meeting tonight? ___________________________________________________________ 4 What will you buying Robert? ___________________________________________________________ 5 He’s going to visit his aunt at the weekend? ___________________________________________________________ 6 At this time tomorrow, I’ll sitting on a beach. ___________________________________________________________ 7 Barry is no going to wait. ___________________________________________________________ 8 Jenny won’t have eating before her friends arrive. ___________________________________________________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  9. 9. 16 Complete the sentences in reported speech. 1 ‘We ’re going to play tennis later,’ they told us. They told us that they _________________ play tennis later. 2 ‘I rang Jill two days ago,’ he said. He said that he _________________ Jill two days before. 3 ‘How much money do you have?’ he asked. He asked me how much money I _________________ . 4 ‘She has broken her leg,’ he said. He said that she _________________ her leg. 5 ‘Do you enjoy eating out?’ she asked. She asked if I _________________ eating out. 6 ‘Tom isn’t doing anything at the moment,’ she said. She said that Tom _________________ anything at that moment. 17 Put the words in the correct order. 1 published / Magazines / by / are / our company / . ___________________________________________________________ 2 tomorrow / The / shown / be / will / documentary / . ___________________________________________________________ 3 has / A / arrested / burglar / been / just / . ___________________________________________________________ 4 in the 1970s / houses / Were / the / built / ? ___________________________________________________________ 5 been / can’t / The / announced / winner / have / yet / . ___________________________________________________________ 6 later / be / isn’t / allowed / James / going / into / to / the club / . ___________________________________________________________ © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010
  10. 10. 18 Circle the correct alternatives. 1 If you want to win, you have to/would have to enter the competition first. 2 If she went/had gone to the party she would have probably had a good time. 3 I don’t/won’t lend you any more money if you keep spending it in the way you do. 4 We might go to the beach if it stays/stayed sunny. 5 If you had/you’d have more free time, would you take up a new hobby? 6 If Paul ate less food, he won’t/wouldn’t put on so much weight. 7 If you were calling/had called, I would have come and picked you up. 8 Where did you/would you work if you could change your job? 19 Choose the best option to complete the sentences. 1 We’ll watch TV _________________ you have a better idea. a if b unless c than 2 I’ve _________________ been to Scotland. I went there last year. a ever b just c already 3 We’ll leave _________________ Jack has put his coat on. So just wait a minute. a before b as soon as c while 4 Amy hasn’t tried windsurfing _________________. a yet b just c never 5 _________________ Tom was cooking lunch, I set the table. a Yet b While c On 6 I’ve worked here _________________ four months. a for b since c during © Macmillan Publishers Ltd, 2010

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