Online English Level Test

English Level Test:

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1. ..... waiting any longer. They are clearly not coming.
   It is no point
   There is no use
   It is usefulness
   It is no use




2. She ...... very beautiful, because everybody said so.
   should have been
   was to be
   must have been
   should be




3. If you’d come to the theatre last night, you ..... the play.
   will enjoy
   would enjoy
   had enjoyed
   would have enjoyed




4. I wish I ..... paid more attention to my English teacher.
   would have
   have
   had had
   had




5. I'm just going out for an ice cream ...... get one for you too?. “That would be nice of you!”
   Shall I
   Will I
   Do I have
   Do I




6. What an amazing holiday! We should have done this .....
   since years
   years back
   for years
   in years




7. If you are in Madrid, you can come and visit me ..... you like.
   soon
   whatever
   whenever
   always




8. I wish I ..... a car, I’m tired of catching the bus.
   have
   had had
   would have
   had




9. I think the joke ..... very funny, because you're laughing a lot.
   should have been
   was to be
   must have been
   should be




10. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Are you what train taking?
   Taking train what you are?
   What train are you taking?
   What train taking are you?




11. “ ..... have you been waiting?” “Only a few minutes”
   For how long
   What time
   How long time
   How long




12. There ..... hooligans at the match, for a change.
   weren't no
   were any
   were no
   were not




13. I haven’t had lunch with my mother ..... a year ago.
   ____
   since
   for
   during




14. I'm catching an early flight tomorrow, so I ..... drink too much champagne!
   haven’t
   needn't
   have had to
   mustn't




15. It was so nice seeing Simon again! We should have called him ......
   months back
   for months
   in months
   since months




16. David is the boss, you need to speak to .....
   her
   him
   it
   them




17. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Where is Real Madrid playing?
   Where is playing Real Madrid?
   Where playing Real Madrid?
   Where playing is Real Madrid?




18. I have to go to the bank ..... some money.
   to getting
   to get
   for getting
   for to get




19. I'll never stop ..... you.
   to love
   love
   loved
   loving




20. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Always he arrives at 2:30
   He always arrives at 2:30
   He arrives at always 2:30
   He always at 2:30 arrives




21. I have to catch the 5.00am train tomorrow, so I ..... go to bed early.
   haven’t
   have to
   needn't
   have had to




22. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   How’s Paris?
   What’s Paris like?
   How Paris is?
   What’s like Paris?




23. The woman ..... by the table is his sister, not his mother.
   standing
   is standing
   whose
   stands




24. I wouldn’t mind ..... an early night, tonight .. I'm exhausted!
   to having
   have
   having
   to have




25. The room was empty. There ..... there.
   was somebody
   wasn’t nobody
   was anybody
   was nobody




26. Those shopping bags look really heavy. ...... carry one for you?
   Shall I
   Do I
   Do I have
   Will I




27. He’s looking forward ..... that film.
   seeing
   see
   to seeing
   to see




28. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Give the money at Joan
   Give the Joan money
   Give the money to Joan
   Give to Joan the money




29. By this time tomorrow we ..... the meeting.
   will have
   will had had
   are having
   will have had




30. Let’s go for a walk in the mountains, .....
   shall we?
   will we?
   don’t we?
   let us?




31. Did you really do it ..... or did someone help you?
   on your own
   by your ownership
   on yourself
   by your own




32. He works for the Bank, .....?
   does he
   doesn’t he
   isn’t he
   didn’t he




33. Have you phoned the restaurant about the booking? Yes, I’ve ..... done that.
   now
   already
   yet
   still




34. After his girlfriend left him, his boss was the ....... of his worries.
   fewer
   last
   least
   less




35. Have you ..... ?
   friends in Barcelona got
   in Barcelona any friends
   not got no friends in Barcelona
   got any friends in Barcelona




36. It would be lovely to go to Japan, but ...... thinking we can.
   It is usefulness
   There is no use
   It is no use
   It is no point




37. Those cases look heavy. “..... carry one for you?” “That’s very nice of you”
   Do I
   Will I
   Shall I
   Do I have




38. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   The bride wore a dark dress in cream velvet.
   The bride wore a dark cream velvet dress.
   The bride wore a dark velvet cream dress.
   The bride wore a cream dark velvet dress.




39. If I lived in the mountains, I ..... a dog.
   would have bought
   would buy
   will buy
   have bought




40. They ..... last night, but I’m not sure.
   might come
   may come
   may have come
   should come




41. If I won the lottery, I ..... a house in the country.
   have bought
   will buy
   would have bought
   would buy




42. I thought you .....
   have go to help me
   will going to help me
   go to help me
   were going to help me




43. The door can’t be broken! he .....
   has just fixed it
   have just fixed it
   just fix it
   is just fixed it




44. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Mary carefully drives usually
   Mary carefully usually drives
   Mary usually drives carefully
   Mary usually carefully drives




45. He ..... breakfast yesterday.
   no had
   didn’t have got
   hadn’t
   didn’t have




46. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Give the book to Sarah.
   Give the book at Sarah.
   Give to Sarah the book.
   Give the Sarah book.




47. He drove so fast ..... a mad man.
   like
   as if he were
   as if
   as




48. Have you sent that fax to Mr. Smyth? Yes, I’ve ..... done that.
   still
   yet
   now
   already




49. We'll never get to the airport! There is ..... time!
   too few
   few
   too little
   too much little




50. ..... is it from Dublin to Barcelona?
   How much distance
   How many
   How long
   How far




51. Tom ..... Elizabeth to go to the hospital.
   telling to
   said
   saying to
   told




52. In the beginning the street was noisy, but now I ....... it.
   am used to
   used
   would
   used to




53. He wrote the programme ..... , He really is very clever.
   by his own
   on himself
   on his own
   by his ownership




54. There ..... spectators at the match.
   were no
   were not
   weren't no
   were any




55. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   Ask the doctor when you will be able to travel.
   Ask the doctor you will be able to travel when.
   Ask the doctor when able to travel you will be.
   Ask the doctor when will you be able to travel.




56. That can't be Albert! I ......
   am just seen him
   have just seen him
   just see him
   has just seen him




57. We haven’t got ..... mineral water.
   too
   little
   much
   a lot




58. I wanted an orange car, but they only had .....
   a red.
   a one red.
   one red.
   a red one.




59. I ..... working at night nowadays.
   am used to
   would
   used
   used to




60. You live upstairs from me, ......
   do you?
   didn’t you?
   are you?
   don't you?




61. You can meet me ..... you like.
   whenever
   whatever
   always
   soon




62. She arrived ..... Victoria Station half an hour late.
   by
   on
   in
   at




63. George ..... fly to Stockholm tomorrow.
   to going
   go to
   is going to
   goes to




64. ..... sugar for my coffee!
   There is any
   There isn’t no
   There isn't any
   There aren't any




65. On a windy morning, I arrived ..... Chicago Airport.
   at
   in
   on
   by




66. I'll never forget ..... Rosa win the Eurovision
   to see
   seeing
   see
   seen




67. Which one of these sentences is more grammatically accurate?
   The brown quick fox jumped over the lazy dog.
   The brown fox quick jumped over the dog lazy.
   The fox quick and brown jumped over the lazy dog.
   The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.




68. That file belongs to Patricia, give it to .....
   them
   her
   it
   him