ЗНАЕТЕ ЛИ ВЫ?

E) wasn’t as far as I thought



Noun

$$$1A

a secretary

Choose the plural form of the following noun:

A) secretaries

 

$$$ 2D

Choose the plural form of the following nouns:

As presents their … got … .

D) wives / handkerchiefs

 

$$$3E.

Choose the plural form of the following noun:

Ship

E) Ships

 

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Choose the noun in a possessive case in singular form:

B) Mother’s

 

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Choose the correct answer.

There are a lot of … in the farm.

C) Sheep

 

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Choose the plural form of the following noun:

Child

B) Children

 

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Choose the correct answer.

… name was “Titanic”.

B) The ship’s

 

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Choose the noun in a possessive case in singular form:

E) brother’s

 

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Finish the sentence with a noun in possessive case:

This is my …room

B) Parents’

 

 

$$$ 10А

Choose the plural form of the following nouns:

A leaf, a goose, a tooth

A) Leaves, geese, teeth

 

$$$ 11С

A noun in singular form:

C) notebook

 

$$$ 12С

Choose the plural form of the following noun:

“a man”:

C) Men

 

$$$13A

Choose the plural form of the following noun:

A goose

A) geese

 

$$$ 14В

Finish the sentence:

Where is the…?

B) manager’s office

 

$$$ 15B

Choose the plural form of the following noun:

A mouse

B) mice

 

$$$ 16D

Choose the plural form of the following noun:

A child

D) children

 

$$$ 17A

Find the noun having the same form in plural and singular:

A) a sheep

 

$$$18C

Find the noun having the same form in plural and singular:

C) swine

 

$$$19E

Find the noun having the same form in plural and singular:

E) deer

 

$$$ 20A

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

There is a car

A) There are cars

$$$ 21A

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

This stamp

A) These stamps

 

$$$ 22C

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

This man

C) These men

 

$$$ 23D

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

This foot.

D) These feet

 

$$$ 24E

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

This is a bird

E) These are birds

 

$$$25B

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

That is a cat

B) Those are cats

 

$$$26A

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

This is a spider

A) These are spiders

 

$$$27E

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

This is a boy

E) These are boys

 

$$$ 28C

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

Is the window open?

C) Are the windows open?

 

$$$ 29B

Choose the plural form of the following word combination:

I am a doctor.

B) We are doctors

 

$$$30D

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The ball of the dog

D) The dog’s ball

 

$$$ 31C

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The questions of my son.

C) My son’s questions

 

$$$ 32A

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The voice of this girl.

A) This girl’s voice

 

$$$ 33D

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The letter of Pete.

D) Pete’s letter

 

$$$34C

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The car of my parents

C) My parents’ car

 

$$$ 35B

Choose the plural form of the following nouns:

Tax, radio, dress.

B) Taxes, radios, dresses

$$$ 36С

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

They were friends of my aunt. They were my ... friends.
C) aunt’s

 

$$$ 37A

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The mobile telephone of my mother. My ... mobile telephone.
A) mother’s

 

$$$ 38A

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The hen of my neighbours. My ... hen.
A) neighbours’

 

$$$ 39C

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The pills of our grandmother. Our ... pills.
C) grandmother’s

 

$$$ 40A

Paraphrase the following sentence using the possessive case:

The computer of my cousins. My ... computer.
A) cousins’

 

@@@ The Article

$$$ 1C

Put the right variant of the article:

... Moon was shining brightly and ... Thames was seen opposite the building

C) the, the

 

$$$ 2B

Put the right variant of the article:

Do you have … brother or … sister?

B) a / a

 

$$$ 3A

Put the right variant of the article:

… weather was fine in … May.

A) the/-.

 

$$$ 4A

Put the right variant of the article:

I think … Texas is the richest state of America.

A) - .

 

$$$5C

Put the right variant of the article:

How much are … apples?

C) - .

 

$$$ 6A

Put the right variant of the article:

It will be … great pleasure for me if she writes me … letter from … America.

A) A / a / -.

 

$$$7D

Put the right variant of the article:

He goes to ... school in .. afternoon.

D) -- / the

 

$$$ 8C

Put the right variant of the article:

... books and ... notebooks are on ... desk.

C) the / the / the

 

$$$ 9D

Put the right variant of the article:

This is … exercise-book. This is … English exercise-book.

D) An, an.

 

 

$$$ 10A

Put the right variant of the article:

This is … book. It is my … book.

A) a, -

 

$$$11C

Put the right variant of the article:

I have … sister. My … sister is … engineer.

C) a, - , an

 

$$$12E

Put the right variant of the article:

This … pen is good, and that … pen is bad.

E) - , -

 

$$$13D

Put the right variant of the article:

This is … tree. … tree is green.

D) a, the

 

 

$$$14B

Put the right variant of the article:

I can see three … boys. … boys are playing.

B) -, the

 

$$$15A

Put the right variant of the article:

She has two … daughters and one … son.

A) -, -

$$$16C

Put the right variant of the article:

I got … letter from my … friend yesterday. … letter was interesting.

C) a, - , the

 

$$$17A

Put the right variant of the article:

These are … pencils. …pencils are black.

A) -, the

 

$$$18E

Put the right variant of the article:

This is … soup. … soup is tasty.

E) -, the

 

$$$19D

Put the right variant of the article:

In the morning I eat … sandwich and drink … tea.

D) a, -

 

$$$ 20A

Put the right variant of the article:

She gave me … coffee and … cake.

A) -, a

 

$$$ 21E

Put the right variant of the article:

Do you like … ice cream? – Yes, I like … ice cream.

E) an, an

 

$$$22D

Put the right variant of the article:

My brother is not at … home, he is at … school.

D) -, -

 

 

$$$ 23B

Put the right variant of the article:

My … mother is at … work. She is … doctor.

B) -, - a

 

$$$24E

Put the right variant of the article:

What’s … weather like today? - … weather is fine.

E) the, the

 

$$$25A

Put the right variant of the article:

… Earth is … planet.

A) the, a

 

$$$26E

Put the right variant of the article:

We had … English lesson yesterday. … teacher asked me many … questions.

E) an, the, -

 

$$$27C

Put the right variant of the article:

There is … big tree in … garden.

C) a, the

 

$$$28D

Put the right variant of the article:

I can see … nice little bird. … bird is sitting in … big tree.

D) a, the , a

 

$$$29A

Put the right variant of the article:

My brother is … pupil. He goes to … school. He goes to … school in … morning.

A) a, -, - ,the

 

$$$ 30C

Put the right variant of the article:

He usually goes to … bed at … half past ten. At … night he sleeps.

C) -, - , -

$$$ 31E

Put the right variant of the article:

What do you do after … breakfast? – After … breakfast I go to … school.

 

E) -, -, -

 

$$$32B

Put the right variant of the article:

… People usually have … breakfast in … morning.

B) -, - the

 

$$$ 33B

Put the right variant of the article:

What … colour is your new … hat?- It’s … red.

B) - , - ? - .

 

$$$34A

Put the right variant of the article:

… English is … world language.

A) -, a

 

$$$ 35B

Put the right variant of the article:

Who is …owner of this car?

B) the

 

$$$36B

Put the right variant of the article:

I gave her …bunch of flowers when she opened the door

B) a

 

$$$37B

Put the right variant of the article:

On our trip to ... Australia we crossed ... Pacific Ocean.

B) -, the

 

$$$38B

Put the right variant of the article:

... Urals are in ... Russia.

B) the, -

 

$$$39C

Put the right variant of the article:

Elena is a very good pianist. She plays ... piano very well.

C) the

 

 

$$$ 40C

Put the right variant of the article:

Sportsmen arrived in ... Moscow on ... twenty first of September.

C) -, the

@@@ Verb «to be», «to have»

$$$1A

Choose the right variant:

My brother … an engineer last year.

A) was

 

$$$2E

Choose the right variant:

There … a sports center in Moscow.

E) Is

 

$$$ 3A

Choose the right variant:

Mag and her sister … in Rome last summer.

A) were

$$$4B

Choose the right variant:

Once upon a time there … three little pigs.

B) Were

 

$$$ 5B

Choose the right variant:

She … in the fifth form.

B) is

 

$$$6C

Choose the right variant:

Here ... money.

C) Is

 

$$$7E

Choose the right variant:

There … nobody in the room.

E) Is

 

 

$$$8D

Choose the right variant:

You ... soup for breakfast last week.

D) had

 

 

$$$9B

Choose the right variant:

The children … sometimes absolutely naughty.

B) are

 

$$$ 10C

Choose the right variant:

There … some big trees in the garden.

C) Are

 

$$$11A

Choose the right variant:

... the pupіls playіng when you came?

A) Were

$$$ 12D

Choose the right variant:

Тhese books ... interesting.

D) Are

 

$$$13E

Choose the right variant:

There … three lamps in the room.

E) Are

 

$$$ 14B

Choose the right variant:

This pair of shoes ... not good.

B) Is

 

$$$ 15E

Choose the right variant:

There … someone at the door.

E) Is

 

$$$ 16D

Choose the right variant:

Knowledge … power.

D) Is

 

$$$ 17D

Choose the right variant:

There … telephones in every room.

D) Are

 

$$$18A

Choose the right variant:

My glasses ... on the table.

A) Are

 

$$$19D

Choose the right variant:

There … some oranges and apples on the table.

D) Are

 

$$$20B

Choose the right variant:

My sister ... a clever girl.

B) Is

 

$$$ 21E

Choose the right variant:

There … a lot of sugar on the floor.

E) Is

 

$$$ 22A

Choose the right variant:

There … several beautiful parks in this city.

A) Are

 

$$$ 23D

Choose the right variant:

There … a comfortable chair in the room.

D) Is

 

$$$24B

Choose the right variant:

I … at home yesterday.

B. was

 

$$$ 25C

Choose the right variant:

We … at the theatre now.

C. are

$$$ 26 B

Choose the right variant:

My grandmother … a pianist.

B. was

$$$ 27 A

Choose the right variant:

… you at work yesterday?

A. were

 

$$$28 C

Choose the right variant:

Where … he last month?

C. was

 

$$$ 29 B

Choose the right variant:

We … … at school yesterday.

B. were not

 

$$$ 30 A

Choose the right variant:

… they late?

A. were

 

$$$ 31C

Choose the right variant:

Mary … … a piano.

C. has not

$$$32A

Choose the right variant:

… they any relatives?

A. have

 

$$$33 B

Choose the right variant:

… we an English lesson yesterday?

B. had

 

$$$34C

Choose the right variant:

They … a comfortable flat last year.

C. had

 

$$$ 35 B

Choose the right variant:

He … a good library.

B. has

 

$$$ 36 B

Choose the right variant:

Vera … a cat

B. has

 

$$$37A

Choose the right variant:

The students … new dictionaries.

A. have

 

$$$ 38 B

Choose the right variant:

I … many stamps.

B. have

 

$$$ 39B

Choose the right variant:

You … a bicycle.

B. have

 

$$$40A

Choose the right variant:

Misha … … a brother.

A. has not

@@@ The Pronoun

$$$ 1B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

I always take some money with … .

B) Me.

 

$$$2 A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

There is … in the bag.

A) Nothing

 

$$$ 3A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

Іt іs your guіtar. Іt іs ... .

A) yours

 

$$$ 4E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

By … is this book written?

E) Whom

 

$$$ 5C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

My dog hurt … when it tried to get out of the box yesterday.

C) Himself

 

$$$ 6C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

They dіd not pіck ... flowers.

C) any

 

$$$ 7B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

Іt іs her vіolіn. Іt іs ... .

B) hers

 

$$$ 8B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

We couldn`t find the cat … .

B) Anywhere

 

$$$ 9C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

І’m sorry І forgot to phone you. -... all rіght.

C) That іs

$$$ 10A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

There’s ... noіse. І’m goіng home.

A) too much

 

$$$11C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

…was a really nice meal. Thank you.

C) that

 

$$$12 C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

I have a pet. We call … Murka.

C) Her

$$$13E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

There was ... on the pіg-farm, they were all at the meetіng.

E) nobody

$$$ 14E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

I taught … to play togyz-kumalack.

E) Myself

 

$$$15A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

… tells me anything .

A) Nobody

 

$$$ 16E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

I’ve got … to ask you.

E) Something

 

$$$ 17A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

The movie … we saw last night was very good.

A) Which

$$$ 18D

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

She is younger than … .

D) His

 

$$$ 19C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

That’s Kelly’s cousіn. І lіke ... .

C) her

 

$$$ 20E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

... has come to see you.

E) Somebody

 

$$$ 21 B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

They believed … it was true.

B) That

 

 

$$$ 22E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

І’ve bought the book. Shall І gіve ... to you?

E) іt

$$$ 23 E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

The road … led to the theatre was crowded.

E) Which

 

$$$24B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

My friend lives in Astana, … is the capital of Kazakhstan.

B) Which

 

$$$ 25 B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

We know a lot of people ... lіve іn London.

B) who

 

$$$26 B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

І have a car ... looks lіke yours.

B) whіch

$$$ 27E

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

There is … place like home.

E) No

 

$$$ 28D

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

What did that man want? - …asked … to help … .

D) He / me / him

 

$$$ 29B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

The pupils of our class ask ... questions at the lesson. They want to know everything.

B) many

 

 

$$$ 30D

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

I know very ... about this writer. It is the first book I am reading.

D) little

 

$$$31D

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

Walk quicker, please. We have very ... time.

D) little

 

$$$ 32C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

1. My brother is a young teacher. Every day he spends ... time preparing for his lessons.

C) much

 

$$$ 33D

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

… of the hotels in the city have a swimming-pool?

D) Which

 

$$$34B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

We have too ... petrol. We must have the car filled at the nearest service station.

B) little

 

$$$35A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

How ... does the book cost?

A) much

 

$$$ 36C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

Do you need ... milk for this recipe?

C) much

$$$ 37B

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

How ... water do you drink every day?

B) much

$$$ 38C

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

… has seen a new film?

C) Who

$$$ 39A

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

Thіs іs ... team.

A) my

$$$ 40D

Choose the correct form of the pronoun:

There are ... sheep іn the farm yard.

D) some

 

@@@ The Adjective.

$$$ 1C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

I don’t work particularly hard. Most people work as hard ______.

C) as me

$$$ 2B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Switzerland is _______ than Britain?

B) smaller

$$$ 3D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

She is not so old _______ I am.

D) as

$$$ 4E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Everest is _________ Mountain in the world. It is ______ than any other Mountain.

E) the highest, higher

$$$ 5C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

The USA is large but Canada is _________

C) the largest

$$$ 6C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Are you as ________ as your friend?

C) young

$$$ 7E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

The station was nearer than I thought. The station ________.

B) worse

$$$ 9C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

I can speak English ___________ than you.

C) better

$$$10E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

What is ________ sport in your country?

E) the most popular

$$$ 11A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

He is _______ intelligent than I am.

A) more

$$$ 12A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Ann is ______ person in her group.

A) the youngest

$$$ 13D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Asia is ____ than Australia.

D) larger

$$$ 14A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

He doesn’t know much. I know more _____.

A) than him

$$$ 15D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

I am … than my little sister.

D) busier

$$$ 16B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

London is … than New-York.

B) older

$$$ 17E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

It’s … pencil I have.

E) the sharpest

$$$ 18A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Do you know … way to the station?

A) the shortest

$$$ 19A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

This book is not so … as that one.

A) interesting

$$$ 20B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Health is … than wealth.

B) better

$$$ 21D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

It is one of … questions of our conference.

D) the most important

$$$ 22B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Hotels are becoming … nowadays.

B) more expensive

$$$ 23E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

The Volga is as …as the Thames.

E) long

$$$ 24B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

I have … job in the world.

B) the best

$$$ 25B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Yesterday was … day in my life.

B) the happiest

$$$ 26C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

I passed my driving test. It seemed much … this time.

C) easier

$$$ 27D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Jimmy is … boy in his class.

D) the shortest

$$$ 28D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Polly is two years … than her brother.

D) older

$$$ 29E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

This task is … than that one.

E) more difficult

$$$ 30A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Den’s dictation is … than mine.

A) much worse

$$$ 31B

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Where is … post-office, please?

B) the nearest

$$$ 32C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

The Nile is … river in the world.

C) the longest

$$$ 33D

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

This house is … of all in the street.

D) the oldest

$$$ 34C

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Tommy was one of ___ in his class.

C) The happiest children

$$$ 35A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Switzerland is ______ than Britain?

A) smaller

$$$ 36E

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

I need to get … flat than I have now.

E) A cheaper

$$$ 37A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

A tiger is as … as a lion.

A) Strong

$$$ 38A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

My sister knows English …. than my brother:

A) Better

$$$ 39E

Choose the right variant:

Shallow water is warmer than _________ water.

E) deep

$$$ 40A

Complete the sentence using suitable adjective from:

Everest is ___________mountain in the world. It is ____________ than any other mountain.

A) the highest, higher

@@@ The Adverb

$$$ 1 D

Which of the following adverbs has suffix -er in the comparative degree?

D) firm

$$$ 2 A

Choose the correct answer:

They started building the road two years ago and they haven’t ______ finished it.

A) still

$$$ 3 D

Which of the following adverbs has suffix -er in the comparative degree?

D) early

$$$ 4 D

Which of the following adverbs has suffix -er in the comparative degree?

D) high

$$$ 5 B

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

She _______ listens to the good music.

B) often

$$$ 6 D

Choose the correct answer.

I sent a letter two weeks ago and they haven’t received it _______

D) yet

$$$ 7 A

Choose the correct answer.

You don’t need to vacuum the carpet. I’ve _______ done it.

A) already

$$$ 8 B

Choose the correct answer.

This tea tastes a bit _______ .

B)strangely

$$$ 9 D

Choose the correct answer.

I always feel _____________ when the sun is shining.

D) happily

$$$ 10 D

Choose the correct answer.

The children were playing ___________ in the garden.

D) happily

$$$ 11 A

Choose the correct answer.

The man became _____________ when the manager of the restaurant asked him to leave .

A) violently

$$$ 12 D

Choose the correct answer.

You look _________! Are you all right?

D)terribly

$$$ 13 A

Choose the correct answer.

There’s no point in doing a job if you don’t do it _________.

A)properly

$$$ 14 E

Choose the correct answer.

This soup tastes ___________ .

E)well

$$$ 15 C

Choose the correct answer.

Hurry up! You’re always so ___________ .

C)slowly

$$$ 16 B

Choose the correct translation.

I work _________ . Я работаю усердно.\ Мен бар ынтамен жұмыс істеймін.

B)hard

$$$17 C

Choose the correct translation.

Henry runs ______. Генри быстро бегает. Генри жылдам жүгіреді.

C)quickly

$$$18 A

Choose the correct translation.

Why did you go ______? Почему ты пошел туда? Сен онда неге бардың?

A) there

$$$19 C

Choose the correct translation.

Mary ate her breakfast _____. Мария быстро позавтракала. \ Мария жылдам тамақтанды.

C)fast

$$$ 20 B

Choose the correct translation.

My mother ______ goes to the theatre. Моя мама часто ходит в театр.\ Менің анам театрға жиі барады.

B)often

$$$ 21B

Find the adverb:

B) much

$$$ 22D

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

She … listens to the good music.

D) often

$$$ 23E

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

Have you done the washing up …?

E yet

$$$ 24E

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

The train goes ---.

E) More fast

$$$ 25B

Choose the right variant:

He is the ...of the three brothers:

B) most intelligent

$$$ 26E

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

I have not seen the doctor ….

E yet

$$$ 27A

Choose the right variant:

Yesterday I was very tired and played ...than usual:

A) worse

$$$ 28C

Choose the right variant:

No one knows who erected this Stonehenge or … for what purpose.

C) precisely

$$$ 29A

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

They started building the road two years ago and they haven’t ______ finished it.

A) still

$$$ 30D

Which of the following adverbs has suffix -er in the comparative degree?

D) early

$$$31D

Which of the following adverbs has suffix -er in the comparative degree?

D) high

$$$32B

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

She _______ listens to the good music.

B) often

$$$33D

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

I sent a letter two weeks ago and they haven’t received it ______.

D) yet

$$$34E

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

They have come round to the British Museum … .

E recently

$$$35C

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

The man became _____________ when the manager of the restaurant asked him to leave .

C) violent

$$$36D

Choose the best variant:

Let’s go somewhere else. There is ______ noise in this room.

D) too much

$$$ 37A

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

She sings extremely….

A) well

$$$ 38D

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

Her grandmother is … 70.

D) nearly

$$$ 39E

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

He has worked at school …1978.

E) since

$$$ 40E

Fill in the suitable adverb in the sentence:

… he had passed his driving test, he bought a car.

E) as soon as

@@@ The Numeral

$$$1D

Choose the correct variant.

“25/10”

D) The twenty-fifth of October

$$$2 A

Find the numeral:

A) fourty

$$$3B

Choose the ordinal number:

B) Ninth

$$$4D

Choose the correct variant.

We go to school at a quarter to eight.

D) 7.45.

$$$5A

Choose the correct variant.

“The 72nd”

A) The seventy second

$$$ 6C

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“255”

C) Two hundred and fifty-five

$$$7E

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From the years 1941 to 1945.

E) One hundred and one

$$$9B

Choose the correct variant.

Date: September 30?

B) The thirtieth of September

$$$10A

Choose the cadinal number:

A) thirteen

$$$11A

Choose the correct variant.

A) Eight thousand five hundred and seventy nine

$$$12C

Choose the correct variant.

There were (300) visitors in this museum yesterday.

C) three hundred

$$$13C

Choose the correct variant.

How much is it? 23448 tenge.

C) twenty three thousand four hundred and forty eight

$$$14B

Choose the ordinal number:

B) the fourteenth

$$$15C

Choose the correct variant.

There are 584 students at the department:

C) Five hundred and eighty-four

$$$16D

Choose the correct variant.

There are English books on (2) shelf of my bookcase.

D) the second

$$$ 17E

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My watch is … minutes fast

E. Five

$$$ 18 D

Choose the correct variant.

There are 584 students at the department.

A. Twenty oh two

$$$ 20 A

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John lives in the flat number …

A. Five

$$$ 21A

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Date: September 30?
A. The thirtieth of September

$$$ 22 A

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He left his land in 1950.

A. Nineteen fifty

$$$ 23 B

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The house was constructed in the_______ century.

B. Nineteenth

$$$ 24D

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Elizabeth II?

D. Elizabeth the Second

$$$ 25B

Choose the correct variant.

One hundred and sixty three:

B. 163

$$$ 26 C

Choose the fractional number

С.three point forty-five

$$$ 27 B

Choose the cardinal number

B. five

$$$ 28 A

Choose the ordinal number:

A. the twelfth

$$$ 29 E

Choose the cardinal number

Е.five

$$$ 30B

Choose the ordinal number:

В.the third

$$$31C

Choose the ordinal number:

С.the thirtieth

$$$ 32 C

Choose the correct variant.

C. Twenty three

$$$ 33 C

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Our lessons begin on … of January

C. the twelfth

$$$ 34 D

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100 000

D) one hundred thousand

$$$ 35 D

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2000 year

D) two thousand

$$$ 36 A

Choose the correct variant.

1 245

A) one thousand two hundred and forty five

$$$ 37D

Choose the correct variant.

He left his land in 1985.

D.nineteen eighty five

$$$ 38E

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September, 16

B) Five million

$$$ 40A

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“The 35th”

A) The thirty fifth.

@@@ The Preposition.

$$$ 1C Choose a suitable preposition The driver stopped just ... time to avoid an accident. C) in   $$$ 2A Choose a suitable preposition Are you interested … working for us? A) in    

$$$ 3B

Choose a suitable preposition:

My elder sister works --- school.
B) at

$$$ 4A

Choose a suitable preposition:

She is afraid ___ everything.

A) Of

$$$ 5A

Choose a suitable preposition:

Are you good …foreign languages?

A) at

$$$ 6B

Choose a suitable preposition:

I’ll be on vacation …next week.

B) -

$$$ 7B

Choose a suitable preposition:

I prefer to do my homework…night. I am always tired…the afternoon.

B) at/in

$$$ 8C

Choose a suitable preposition:

English children start school … the age of 5.

C) at

$$$ 9E

Choose a suitable preposition:

Their school day usually finishes…4 o’clock

E) at

$$$ 10C

Choose a suitable preposition:

The train leaves ___five minutes, hurry up.
C. in

$$$11 C

Choose a suitable preposition:

I'm going to America ___April.
C. in

$$$ 12 B

Choose a suitable preposition:

He doesn't work___Sundays or Mondays.
B. on

$$$ 13 A

Choose a suitable preposition:

In England the shops shut___5:30.

A. at

$$$ 14C

Choose a suitable preposition:

She never feels very good___the morning.
C. in

$$$ 15 C

Choose a suitable preposition:

What do you do___the evenings?
C. in

$$$ 16 A

Choose a suitable preposition:

I can't sleep___night these days.

A. at

$$$ 17C

Choose a suitable preposition:

Where are you going___ summer?
C. in

$$$ 18C

Choose a suitable preposition:

I was born___1966.
C. in

$$$ 19A

Choose a suitable preposition:

Sally is___the garden.

A. in

$$$ 20B

Choose a suitable preposition:

She is___the bus stop waiting for a bus.
B. at

$$$21B

Choose a suitable preposition:

The headline is___the top of the page.
B. at

$$$ 22A

Choose a suitable preposition:

The boys are playing football___the street.

A. in

$$$ 23 B

Choose a suitable preposition:

She had a toothache so she's ___the dentist office.
B. at

$$$ 24 B

Choose a suitable preposition:

I am___home all day on Friday.
B. at

$$$ 25 A

Choose a suitable preposition:

There are many different languages ___the world.

A. in

$$$ 26 A

Choose a suitable preposition:

My apartment building is___the corner.

A. in

$$$ 27 B

Choose a suitable preposition:

My apartment is___the fifth floor.
B. on

$$$ 28A

Choose a suitable preposition:

It's___San Francisco.

A. in

$$$ 29 B

Choose a suitable preposition:

I live___the top floor.
B. on

$$$ 30 C

Choose a suitable preposition:

I need to study ___home.
C. at

$$$ 31

Choose a suitable preposition:

His mother is very ill and is ___bed.

A. on
B. in
C. at

D. from

E. into

 

$$$ 32 C

Choose a suitable preposition:

He said he'd meet me___8 o'clock.
C. at

$$$ 33 A

Choose a suitable preposition:

I'm cold so I am going to put __ a sweater.

A. on

$$$ 34D

Choose a suitable preposition:

I’ll meet you at the cinema … 8.30.

D) at

$$$ 35D

Choose a suitable preposition:

I have got a doctor’s appointment … Friday morning.

D) on

$$$ 36A

Choose a suitable preposition:

My grandmother was born … 1939.

A) in

$$$ 37D

Choose a suitable preposition:

We are going to leave … a quarter … ten.

D) at/ to

$$$ 38C

Choose a suitable preposition:

It is half … two.

C) past

$$$ 39A

Choose a suitable preposition:

It is a quarter … ten. (09.50)

A) to

$$$ 40A

Choose a suitable preposition:

It is twenty minutes … eleven. (10.40)

A) to

@@@ Indefinite Tenses.

$$$ 1C

Choose the right form of the verb:

We . . . by train very often.

C) don’t travel

$$$ 2B

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

Father (to go) to work every day.

B) goes

$$$ 3E

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

My working day (to begin) at seven o’clock.

E) begins

$$$ 4D

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

My sister (to get) up at eight o’clock.

D) gets

$$$ 5D

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

They (not work) at the factory.

D) don’t work

$$$ 6D

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

I (to take) her to school every day.

D) takes

$$$ 7D

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

She (not to drink) coffee after lunch.

D) doesn’t drink

$$$ 8A

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

We (not to watch) TV in the morning every day.

A) don’t watch

$$$ 9A

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

What you (to do) every morning.

A) do

$$$ 10B

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

What language they usually (to speak).

B) speak

$$$ 11D

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

They (to eat) at school every day.

D) eat

$$$ 12B

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

I (not to sleep) in daytime.

B) don’t sleep

$$$ 13B

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

My sister (to play) the piano well.

B) plays

$$$ 14C

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

He (to work) in the center of Chicago.

C) works

$$$ 15D

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

My friend (not to like) to play football.

D) doesn’t like

$$$ 16C

Open the brackets using the Present Simple Tense:

They (to do) their homework in the afternoon.

C) do

$$$ 17D

Choose the right form of the verb:

He … Astana last year.

D) Visited

$$$ 18E

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

He (to turn) on the television to watch cartoons yesterday morning.

E) turned

$$$ 19A

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

Yesterday he (not to go) to work.

A) didn’t go

$$$ 20D

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

Kate (to cook) dinner yesterday.

D) cooked

$$$ 21A

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

I (not to eat) ice cream yesterday.

A) didn’t eat

$$$ 22E

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

He (to spend) last summer in the country.

E) spent

$$$ 23A

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

Our football team (to win) many games last year.

A) won

$$$ 24B

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

I (to miss) the match yesterday.

B) missed

$$$ 25C

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

He (not to go) to the country yesterday.

C) didn’t go

$$$ 26D

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

The flowers (to grow) very well last year.

D) grew

$$$ 27E

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

I (to pass) the exam.

E) passed

$$$ 28A

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

His relatives (not to invite) them.

A) did not invite

$$$ 29D

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

Kate (to work) last year.

D) worked

$$$ 30A

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

He (not to forgive) us.

A) did not forgive

$$$ 31C

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

He (to buy) a car last week.

C) bought

$$$32A

Open the brackets using the Past Simple Tense:

Mike (to like) the concert.

A) liked

$$$ 33A

Choose the right form of the verb:

We … football after school yesterday.

A)Played.

$$$ 34A

Open the brackets using the Future Simple Tense:

I (to go) to my doctor tomorrow.

A) shall go

$$$ 35C

Open the brackets using the Future Simple Tense:

I (to play) chess tomorrow.

C) shall play

$$$ 36B

Open the brackets using the Future Simple Tense:

You (to come) to my place next Sunday?

B) will …come

$$$ 37A

Open the brackets using the Future Simple Tense:

What your friend (to do) tomorrow?

A)will … do

$$$ 38C

Choose the right form of the verb:

They (not to take) care of the garden next summer.

C) will not

$$$ 39A

Choose the right form of the verb:

They (to buy) a new flat next year.

A) will buy

$$$ 40C

Choose the right form of the verb:

Mary (to translate) the text at the next lesson.

C) will translate

$$$ 41D

Choose the right form of the verb:

It (to rain) soon.

D) will rain

$$$ 42A

Choose the right form of the verb:

(to finish) …we … the work in a week?

A)shall … finish

$$$ 43B

Choose the right form of the verb:

His parents (not to go) to the Black sea next summer.

B) will not go

$$$ 44A

Choose the right form of the verb:

I (to think) about it.

A) shall think

$$$ 45E

Choose the right form of the verb:

He (not to stay) here tomorrow.

E) will not stay

$$$ 46B

Choose the right form of the verb:

(to prepare) … she … to her examination?

B) will … prepare

$$$ 47A

Choose the right form of the verb:

What (to say)… they …?

A) will … say

$$$ 48E

Choose the right form of the verb:

Ben (not to answer) their questions.

E) will not answer

$$$ 49E

Choose the right form of the verb:

He … his work tomorrow.

E) Will finish

$$$ 50 D





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