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Test. Variant 1
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Fill in: selfish, aggressive, cash, waste, applied, shifts.
Don’t ... your money on silly little things!
He has ... for the position of secretary.
John works in a factory. He works ... .
Lee ca be very ... at times. I thought he was going to hit you.
She is so ... . She only thinks of herself!
That new supermarket is really cheap, but they only accept ... .
Fill in: all-time, shopping, credit, pocket, extreme, public, boarding, flight, managing,
pay.
1. ... card
6. ... director
2. ... school
7. ... transport
3. ... favourite
8. ... money
4. ... rise
9. ...attendant
5. ... sports
10....centres
III. Put the verbs in the correct tense.
1. A: ... (she/study) all day?
B: Yes, she ... (sit) exams tomorrow.
2. A: ... (you/play) this computer game before?
B: Yes, I ... (play) it every day for the past week.
3. I think I ... go out tonight.
4. I ... get a taxi. I’m too tired to walk.
IV. Put the verbs into the correct (to) –infinitive or –ing form.
1. He hates ... (watch) football on TV.
2. I’m not crazy about ... (play) sport. I prefer quieter activities.
3. We’d love ... (come) and ... (see) your new house some time!
V.
Complete the gaps with a word derived from the word in brackets.
1. I won’t lend him my car – he’s too ... (care).
2. Don’t be ... (self)! There’s enough for everyone!
3. Have a look at my ... (collect).
4. ... (relax) techniques are taught here.
VI. Fill in: at, about, on, for.
1. Are you good ... sports?
2. Tina is very excited ... going shopping later.
3. John is really keen ... football.
4. He works ... a small company.
Test. Variant 2
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Fill in: jealous, moody, borrow, earn, experience, runs.
Bill always says unkind things to me. He’s so ... .
Can I ... £ 10 to go to the cinema, Dad?
Do you have any ... as a waitress?
He really enjoys his Saturday’s job, but he doesn’t ... very much.
John is happy one minute and sad the next. He’s so ... .
Mr Smith ... his own business.
Fill in: window, the great, extreme, household, text, thank-you, bank, host, student,
top.
... shopping
6. ... designers
...clerk
7. ... sports
... outdoors
8. ... family
...loan
9. ... chores
... message
10. ... note
III. Put the verbs in the correct tense.
1. A: What ... (you/do) all summer since you got here?
B: I ... (swim) and ... (cycle) mostly.
2. A: How long ... (Patrick/work) there?
B: He ... (be) at that company for five years.
3. Look at the clouds. It’s ... rain.
4. I promise I ... do it tomorrow.
IV. Put the verbs into the correct (to) –infinitive or –ing form.
1. Will you ... (help) me find a part-time job? I’m totally broke!
2. I can’t stand ... (write) compositions. I find them really difficult.
3. He can’t wait ... (go) on holiday.
V.
Complete the gaps with a word derived from the word in brackets.
1. Andrea is a ... (beauty) little girl.
2. He is a ... (talent) teacher.
3. I don’t really agree with your ... (suggest).
4. They looked at him in ... (amaze).
VI. Fill in: on, with, in, for.
1. I’m not keen ... watching TV.
2. Be careful ... your money. Don’t spend it all at once.
3. He isn’t interested ... Maths.
4. Did you apply ... that job?
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