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Duet received great applause.



1) Margaret and Robert’s

2) Margaret’s and Robert’s

3) The Margaret and Robert’s

4) Margaret and Robert

 

53. After ____ delay he suggested ____ another key.

1) moment’s, they try

2) a moments, try

3) a moment’s, to try

4) a moment’s, using

 

54. He said he wanted ____ badly. If he ____ a job he would have to commit suicide.

1) some work, doesn’t get

2) a work, couldn’t get

3) a job, didn’t get

4) job, hadn’t got

 

55. For thirty years now I have been studying my ____ . I ____ very much about them.

1) fellow-mens, can’t know

2) fellow-men, do not know

3) fellows-man, won’t know

4) fellow-men, am not knowing

 

56. Here are ____ morning newspapers.

1) gentlemen’s

2) the gentlemen

3) the gentlemen’s

4) gentleman’s

 

57. From the depot he was sent to ____ training camp after ____ leave.

1) officers, a two-day

2) the officers’, two days’

3) an officer’s, a two-days

4) an officers’, two day’s

 

58. I could see now that he had changed. He had been drinking ____ and he looked like ____ man.

1) very much, old

2) more than usually, a 50 year’s

3) too much, a 50-years-old

4) more than usual, a 50-year-old

 

59. I couldn’t get a grant unless I had ____ teaching experience.

1) five years

2) five year’s

3) five years’

4) a five years

 

60. My ____ ambitions are not clear to me.

1) sons-in-law

2) son-in-law’s

3) son’s-in-law

4) sons’-in-law

 

61. The plant, with its ____ equipment, was to be modernized in the next three years.

1) 50-year-old

2) 50-years-old

3) 50-year’s-old

4) 50 years

62. The boys returned before 12 o’clock in the afternoon, ate ____ huge lunch and after ____ lunch went to the lake.

1) - , -

2) a, -

3) an, a

4) the, the

63. It was ____ early winter and the trees along the path leading to ____ Astoria Hotel were covered with snow.

1) an, the

2) - , -

3) the, an

4) - , the

 

64. Her hands were shaking. He leaned over and took ____ lighter from her hands,

steadily held ____ flame to her cigarette

1) the, the

2) a, a

3) a, -

4) her, her

65. We had ____ dinner at ____ Alfredo’s. It wasn’t ____ bad dinner, but I cannot say I remember what we ate.

1) - , - , -

2) the, the, a

3) - , - , a

4) a,the, -

 

66. We decided to hire a motor-car just after ____ breakfast and take____ Mother for a beautiful drive away into ____ country.

1) the, - , the

2) - , the, a

3) a, the, -

4) - , - , the

 

67. On 19-th March I left ____ King George Hotel to cross ____ Atlantic on____ Queen Mary.

1) the, the, the

2) - , - , -

3) - , the, the

4) the, - , -

 

68. ____ Openshaw and his friend were standing on the steps outside ____ where both had had ____ that morning.

1) Professor, the hotel, breakfast

2) The professor, that hotel, breakfast

3) A professor, a hotel, the breakfast

4) - , hotel, a breakfast

 

69. The three men came to the crossroads at the corner of ____ Grosvenor Hotel. ____ very busy at the moment.

1) the, There were

2) - , It is

3) the, It was

4) a, There was

 

70. ____ Professor Jones has been here for ages. He ____ his seventieth birthday years ago.

1) The, passed

2) - , must have passed

3) A , can have passed

4) - , has passed

 

71. She asked me ____ I would give her a little luncheon at ____ Foyot’s.

1) when, the

2) that, -

3) if, -

4) whether, a

 

72. One afternoon I was sitting in the lounge of ____ Grand Hotel. From the windows I had an excellent view of the harbour with ____ crowded traffic.

1) - , its

2) the, it’s

3) a, their

4) the, its

 

73. Tom Maitland was ____ big strong fellow, ____ very good-looking, and ____ fine athlete.

1) - , - , -

2) a, - , a

3) - , a, a

4) a, a, a

74. The three of us had had ____ dinner, and walked down past the theatre to ____ edge.

1) the, the river

2) - , a river’s

3) a, the rivers’

4) - , the river’s

 

75. ____ telephone ____ in the 19th century.

1) A, is invented

2) The, was invented

3) - , had been invented

4) The, has been invented

 

76. Presently ____ arrived. They brought with them ____ small child, ____ governess

and ____ dog.

1) the Browns, a, a, a

2) the Browns family, the, the, the

3) Browns, their, their, their

4) the Brown, - , - , -

 

77. He could not bear ____ thought of leaving her in ____ dreadful state.

1) a, so

2) that, such

3) the, such a

4) - , that

 

78. He was a tall, elderly man, bronzed after his summer on ____ Mediterranean. ____ ease in his bearing, and elegance.

1) - , There was

2) the, There was

3) the, It was

4) a, There were

 

79. Her one aim in life is to go to ____ university and become ____ teacher of Literature.

1) the, -

2) - , a

3) a, the

4) - , -

 

80. ____ number of people involved in the action reached two ____ .

1) A, million

2) The, millions

3) The, million

4) A, millions

 

81. Conan Doyle is ____ master of ____ detective story.

1) a, the

2) the, a

3) - , -

4) the, -

 

82. You’re not ____ Andrew Morgan I ____ a few years ago.

1) - , married

2) that, have married

3) the, married

4) an, was married to

83. Mr. Dorrit was put into ____ prison for debt. His family lived in ____ prison too.

1) - , -

2) a, the

3) - , the

4) the, -

 

84. She bought herself ____ iron, as she felt she couldn’t keep borrowing ____ .

1) - , that of Anne

2) an, Anne

3) an, Anne’s

4) the, from Anne’s

 

85. Robinson Crusoe found his servant on ____ Friday, ____ he called him ____ Friday.

1) - , so, a

2) the, that was why, -

3) a, therefore, -

4) - , because, the

86. After ____ dinner his mother played ____ piano; she seemed to play all the things he liked best.

1) the, the

2) - , -

3) a, a

4) - , the

87. A woman and two children got off the train. He could see ____ smaller child ____ with weariness, his eyes sleepy.

1) a, stagger

2) the, staggering

3) - , being staggering

4) the, to stagger

88. Stretching from ____ dawn to ____ darkness their life was hard and strenuous but it had meaning and regularity and permanence.

1) the, the

2) a, a

3) - , -

4) the, -

 

 

1. Complete each sentence with a/an, some or by leaving the space blank.

1. Let me give you ....... advice.

2. I can't come out tonight. I have ....... homework to do.

3. My friends bought me ....... coffee maker for my birthday.

4. There is ....... very beautiful countryside near here.

5. The inside is strengthened with....... steel frame

6. Sue received ....... excellent education.

7. When the play ended, there was ..... lengthy applause.

8. My trousers need pressing. Can you lend me ....... iron?

9. David has just bought....... new furniture.

10. What shall we do tomorrow evening? How about.......

 

 

Choose the most suitable word underlined.

1. I can't come to work today. I have a bad cold/flu.

2. I would love to go on a long journey/ travel by train.

3. I want to know about trains to Leeds. Can you give me a/an information/timetable ?

4. I'm going out tonight with a few of my company/friends.

5. Don't forget to buy a sliced bread/loaf.

6. Why don't we leave the car in this car park/parking?

7. What's the latest news ? Can I look at your paper/journal?

8. Here's your ticket. Do you have any luggage/suitcase ?

9. Excuse me sir, but do you have a license/permission for this gun?

10. Brighton has quite a good beach/seaside.

 

Put one suitable word in each space.

1. I can't do this on my own. Could you give me some ............................ ?

2. I'm looking for ………..? Do you know anywhere I can stay?

3. Can you lend me some............................ ? I want to type a letter.

4. Take my............................, don't go out alone after dark.

5. Could I have some ............................ ? Those apples and oranges look nice.

6. If you can't undo the knot, cut the string with some .............................

7. I need some............................ about language schools. Can you help me?

8. Richard is unemployed, and he is looking for a.............................

9. I used to have long ............................, but I had it cut.

10. The government plans to improve ............................ by paying teachers more.

 

 

Complete each sentence with the most suitable word or phrase.

1. I like your new trousers. Where did you buy …….... ?

1) it 2) them 3) them both 4) them all

2. There is always a very large....... at the church I go to

1) congregation 2) audience 3) spectator 4) company

3. The local....... has agreed to repair the road outside our house.

1) government 2)people 3) council 4) jury

4. When the police arrived, we were pleased to see........

1) him 2) him or her 3) it 4) them

5. The car turned over, but luckily it didn't suffer serious........

1) damage 2) injury 3) damages 4) injuries

 

Supply the missing words.

1. I'm so pleased you got into university!............................. on your success!

2. The goods you ordered ......……………. arrived.

3. All their belongings .……………....... been destroyed in a fire.

4. How much .................………..a good pair of trousers cost these days?

5. I know he's clever, but............................. aren't the only thing in life.

6. If your clothes ............................. dirty, please put them in the laundry basket.

7. My jeans (not)........................ faded much even though I keep washing ...........

8. I'm looking for the pliers. - You'll find ............................. on that shelf.

9. My earnings (not).................... high, but at least they .......................... regular.

10. These shorts ............................. fit me at all!

11. Sorry, I'm late, but I had a lot of....... to do.

12. Julie bought herself a complete new....... for winter.

13. Thanks for a great weekend! We really had a/an........

14. In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some........

15. Where ............................. the scissors? - ............................. are in the first drawer on the left.

 

 

6. Complete each sentence with a/an, some, the or by leaving the space blank.

1. As someone said, ___ life is becoming more and more difficult these days.

2. I don't know much about ___ life of ___ Salvador Dali.

3. ___ running is supposed to be good for you

4. I ought to be fit with all ___ running I do, but I don't feel fit.

5. Which is your favourite colour? - ___ Red.

6. I think ___ red one will suit you best. ___ Red is more your colour.

7. We learnt ___ English at school, but ___ English we learnt was useless.

8. ___ London is safe today, but___London in the 18th century was pretty rough.

9. ___ indoor plants require a lot of effort and attention.

10. What has been the longest period of ___ peace in ___ history?

11. If you study ___ history, you've got to read a lot.

12. ____ journeys to unknown places require a lot of preparation.

13. ___ lives of ___ poets and ____ musicians have often been unbearably difficult.

14. I'm not interested in the price of ___ silver or the price of ___ gold.

15. ____ time is ___ money.

 



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