1.).................... come to my party next Saturday?

Do you can

Can you to

Can you

Do you

2.)What .................... in London last weekend?

you were doing

did you do

you did

did you

3.)Is your English improving?

I hope it

Hoping

I hope so

I hope

4.)I’m going to Sainsbury’s .................... some food.

buy

for buy

to buy

for to buy

5.)Oxford is the most attractive city ......................

I’ve ever seen

that I see

I’ve never seen

that I saw already

6.)Oxford isn’t .................... Bath.

as beautiful than

so beautiful than

so beautiful that

as beautiful as

7.)He was mowing the lawn when I .................... him yesterday.

saw

had seen

was seeing

have seen

8.)Last Tuesday I .................... to the Passport Office.

must gone

must go

had to go

had go

9.)What were you doing at 7:30 on Wednesday evening? I .................... TV.

was watching

watched

was watched

watching

10.)What time .................... to bed during the week?

do you go

are you go

do you going

you’re going

11.)Do you like Oxford? Yes, .....................

I like

so I do

I does

I do

12.)I’m afraid I haven’t got .....................

any scissors

a scissors

some scissors

a scissor

13.)This book is mine and that book is .....................

yours

your

your’s

you’re

14.)Would you mind .................... me that pencil?

to pass

pass

passing

that you should pass

15.)I live in Oxford now. I .................... to France for a long time.

don’t been

don’t come

haven’t been

didn’t come

16.)I don’t understand. What language ....................?

speak you

you speak

you are speaking

are you speaking

17.)She came to Britain .....................

four days ago

at four days

before four days

since four days

18.)My mother never .................... out in the evenings.

goes

go

is going

going

19.).................... Oxford?

Since when you live in

How much time you are living in

How long have you been living in

How long time are you living in

20.).................... car is the red Ford?

Whose

To whom

Who’s

Of who

21.)I’m sorry. I haven’t done my report .....................

up to the now

already

until the present

yet

22.)My friend doesn’t speak Chinese. I don’t .....................

also

neither

either

too

23.)That’s the house .....................

in the which Mr Brown lives.

in which Mr Brown lives in that.

Mr Brown lives in.

Mr Brown lives in that.

24.)If ....................

you come to my office, I’d pay you

you shall come to my office I’ll pay you

you came to my office I would to pay you

you come to my office, I’ll pay you

25.)She asked how big ....................

is you house.

my house was.

was my house.

is my house.

26.)My friend let .................... his bike yesterday.

to borrow

me borrowing

me to borrow

me borrow

27.)...................., what would you spend it on?

When you had a lot of money

If you had a lot of money

If you would have a lot of money

If you shall a lot of money

28.)I .................... smoking last year, but I didn’t.

ought to give up

ought to have given up

ought given up

oughted to give up

29.)I’m .................... the film on Wednesday.

looking forward to see

looking forward to seeing

look forward to seeing

looking forward seeing

30.)I’m not .................... grammar.

interested to learn

interested in learning

interesting to learning

interesting in learning

31.)The film was very good. It’s .....................

worth seeing

worth to see

worthwhile to see

worthwhile see

32.)How much .................... where you live?

does houses cost

do houses cost

does cost houses

do cost houses

33.)When I lived in France, I .................... a lot of wine.

was use to drinking

was used to drink

used to drink

used to drinking

34.)I wish .................... Russian.

I could speak

I would speak

I can speak

I’ll be able to speak

35.)What will you do when .................... studying?

you’re finishing

you’ll have finished

you’ve finished

you are going to finish

36.)How many people .................... in your family?

are they

is it

are there

is

37.)I get up at 8 o’clock ....................... morning.

in

in the

the

at the

38.)No sooner .................... in through the door than the phone rang.

I had walked

was I walking

had I walked

I was walking

39.)What time is it? It’s .....................

ten and a quarter

ten minus the quarter

a quarter past ten

fifteen after ten o’clock

40.)If he hadn’t known the boss, he .................... the job.

wouldn’t get

hadn’t got

wouldn’t have got

wouldn’t had got

41.)Where are you going .................... Friday?

at

in

on

the

42.)I need to go to .................... toilet.

the

a

some

43.)It’s time .................... some work.

for to do

she would do

she did

she were to do

44.)It’s now nine o’ clock and the train .................... arrive at 8:15.

had to

must

was due to

is going to

45.)We regret .................... that the course has been cancelled.

to tell

telling

to have said

to say

46.)What kind of organisation would make this arrangement?
We are delighted to announce our Autumn Season, in which we will present seven shows prior to the West End, two of which are not only Yvonne Arnaud productions but also world premieres of new plays.

Sports

Theatre

School

University

47.)Where did the illness come from?
An E Coli outbreak which struck down nine fans at this year’s Glastonbury Festival was due to cattle grazing on the site, an enquiry found. An investigation was launched after revellers fell ill with stomach bug. Investigators initially feared the outbreak of E Coli 157 was caused by poorly cooked food sold to people at the festival. But the report yesterday by the Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre disclosed that the bacteria had found its way from cattle dung into mud on the site at Pilton, Somerset. All the victims – who included a two-year-old girl – made a complete recovery.

Festival revellers

Poorly cooked food

Cattle dung

A two-year-old girl

48.)What is the best title for the text?
In South Africa, spring begins in late August and early September. This is a country whose wild flowers are too beautiful to describe. Travelling from near the border with Namibia down towards Cape Town, we make frequent overnight stops, thus keeping journey times short and maximizing the time available for wildflower searches and walks. When combined with brilliant sunshine, magnificent scenery and flowers in great numbers and variety, this is a dream tour in a world of flowers.

South Africa’s attractive climate

Botanical holiday in South Africa

South Africa safari

Trekking in South Africa

49.)Complete the task by filling the gap.
The original cottage gardens were there for only one purpose. They were essential to feed the working man’s family. Until the plague in 1348, labourers worked for their masters in return for their cottages. Mostly they had to be self-sufficient, growing what they could and keeping animals.___________________________________________________.

Therefore, many of them were able to negotiate wages to buy some essentials.

Anything they “bought” was obtained by the age-old system of bartering.

The plague wiped out about a third of the population, so labour was hard to find.

Still, it wasn’t much and the cottage garden was always vital to their existence.

50.)What is the best title for this text?
Few corners in the world remain untainted by intrepid tourists, and their impact is often devastating. Too frequently they trample heedlessly on fragile environments, displacing wildlife and local populations in their insatiable quest for unexplored locations.

The future of tourism

The role of tourism

The price of tourism

The benefits of tourism