III. Choose the correct form.

1. I like to watch/watching football very much.

2. We’d like to buy/buying a tour to New Zealand.

3. I hope to pass/pass my driving test.

4. Old comedies always make me to laugh/laugh.

5. My sister hates read/reading detective stories.

6. We went to the hospital to visit/visit our aunt. She was glad to see/seeing us.

7. We couldn’t stop to talk/talking to her.

IV. Choose the correct form of the verb in Active or Passive Voice.

1. The roof of the house broke/was broken by the storm.

2. Have you booked/have you been booked the tickets?

3. Rubens painted/was painted his “perfect” ladies in the seventeenth century.

4. Thieves stole/were stolen a world-famous painting last night.

5. German and English speak/are spoken here.

6. This book will publish/will be published next month.

7. He hasn’t seen/hasn’t been seen anywhere.

8. The student is listening/is being listened now.

V. Choose the correct preposition.

1. She has always been interested at/on/in Maths.

2. He is good at/on/in English.

3. Have you ever been at/on/to London?

4. The conference starts at/on/in Monday.

5. They will come at/on/in the evening.

6. Usually they come at/on/in 7.

7. The laboratory is situated at/in/of the center at/in/of the town.

VI. Put an article or an expression of quantity where necessary.

1. A/the/– longest mountain range in a/the/– world is a/thе/ – Andes in a/the/–

South America.

2. Would you like a/the/some coffee? – I’d prefer a/the/some glass of a/the/– juice.

3. There is a lot of/many/much pollution in this region.

4. Nick lives far from a/the/– city center. There isn’t a lot of/many/much noise.

5. She’s made a lot of/a few/a little mistakes. Just one or two.

6. How many/much/a lot of work have you written? – Just a lot of/a few/a little.

7. He lives in a/the/ – Cowan street. He goes to a/the/ – work by a/the/– bus.

VII. Choose the correct form of an adjective or an adverb.

1. He is old/older/ the oldest than he looks.

2. She is as bright/brighter/the brightest as her sister.

3. It’s the high/the most high/the highest mountain.

4. You live far/farer/farther than me.

5. It’s crowdeder/more crowded/the most crowded street than that one.

6. It’s the comfortablest/the more comfortable/ the most comfortable hotel

in the town.

7. You’ve made the bad/the baddest/the worst report I’ve ever heard.

8. Beautiful/more beautiful/the most beautiful pictures make you feel fine.

Test B.

I. Put the verbs in the correct form. Present Simple, Present Continuous,

Present Perfect.

1. All people in Australia (share) its national passion – surfing.

2. We (go) to my sister’s wedding next month.

3. What you (be) busy with? – I just (write) the report and now I (read) my e-mail.

4. What she (do)? – She (be) an artist. She just (finish) the college and (think) of changing the place of work now.

5. You still (cook)? – No, I already (cook) dinner.

6. I (envy) you. You (cook) so quickly.

7. Where you (go)? – We (go) for a run.

8. When I (go) home, I (take) you.

II. Put the verbs in the correct form. Past Simple, Past Continuous, Past Perfect, Future–in–the Past.

1. What the first vending machine (sell)?

2. If he (win) 1000$, he (buy) a beautiful yacht.

3. When we (arrive) at the party, Laura already (leave).

4. When Sarah (come) home, her mother (cook) dinner and (ask) Sarah to help her.

5. If I (be) the president of my country, I (support) the development of high technologies.

6. When Tim (come) to the airport, he (remember) that he (forget) his documents.

7. When I (drive) home, I (see) an accident.

III. Fill in the gaps using articles where necessary.

1. I want to become ____ manager.

2. We’ll be there in ____ couple of hours.

3. She goes to the university by ____ train.

4. This lake is in ____ United States.

5. ____ river Rhine flows through ____ Switzerland.

6. ____ Kiev is ____ capital of ____ Ukraine.

7. She lives in ____ city centre.

IV. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form. Infinitive, to – infinitive, Gerund.

1. I don’t really like (sunbathe).

2. The doctor told me (do) more exercises.

3. I hate (get stuck) in traffic jam.

4. The film made me (laugh).

5. He really enjoys (buy) presents. When he starts (go) round the souvenir shops, it’s difficult for him (stop).

6. Let me (think). I’d like (be left) alone.

7. We went to Moscow (enter) the university.

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