Practise your English at Intermediate level
English language intermediate level test
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John went to the shops without .... money
Question 1 Explanation:
"without" has a negative sense, so we use "any"
Mary has got ..... money
a lot of
Question 2 Explanation:
much and many are not used in this type of affirmative sentences
I ....... to Paris
have often gone
have often been
have been often
often have been
Question 3 Explanation:
adverbs like "often" go before the principle verb, in this case "been"
John ...... his keys
is forgetting always
always is forgetting
Question 4 Explanation:
Forget is not usual in the continuous form. The adverb goes before the principle verb
Despite feeling ..1.. , Mary spoke ..2.. .
-sad -in a friendly way
Question 5 Explanation:
"friendly" is not an adverb, it is an adjective.
Anna ..... a baby next month.
is going to have
- Tomorrow is a bank holiday. - Great! Daddy ..... work tomorrow.
hasn't got to
don't have to
Question 7 Explanation:
It is not necessary for him to work. An alternative would be: He doesn't have to work.
....... Mr. Brown last Monday?
Did you meet
Were you meeting
Have you met
Florence is a colleague from work. I .... her .... a long time
-'ve known -since
-'ve known -for
Question 9 Explanation:
PresentPerfect for a time that started in the past and continues to the present. "for" is used for a period of time
I looked at her when she came into the office, I knew that I ...... her before
Question 10 Explanation:
Past perfect to talk about an event that happened before another past time (she came into the office)
Would you like me .... ?
make coffee for you
to make you some coffee
make for you coffee
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