$$$ 1 ... always go abroad during their summer holidays.
A) they; B) he; C) she; D) us; E) her.
$$$ 2 Give ... the book, please.
A) I; B) she; C) we; D) me; E) their.
$$$ 3 He is an old friend of ... .
A) my; B) your; C) ours; D) her; E) their.
$$$ 4 He washed and dressed ... .
A) he; B) herself; C) himself; D) ourselves; E) his.
$$$ 5 ... is that man?- Klimov Ivan Petrovich.
A) What; B) Who; C) Where; D) How; E) When.
$$$ 6... ... pupils are there in your class?
A) How many; B) How much; C) How old; D) What; E) Which.
$$$ 7 ... is that man?- He is a doctor.
A) Who; B) What; C) Which; D) How; E) When.
$$$ 8 ... friend made some mistakes in his dictation.
A) My; B) He; C) Mine; D) Them; E) Yours.
$$$ 9 Is ... absent today?
A) somebody; B) anybody; C) nobody; D) anywhere; E) some.
$$$ 10 I can’t do it today. I have ... free time.
A) much; B) many; C) little; D) few; E) a lot of.
$$$ 11 If you ever have ... problems, let me know.
A) any; B) some; C) no; D) every; E) something.
$$$ 12 Did ... see this film yersterday?
A) somebody; B) anybody; C) nobody; D) everybody; E) anything.
$$$ 13 How ... English words do you know?
A) many; B) much; C) little; D) few; E) more.
$$$ 14 Don’t worry. We have ... time before the train comes in.
A) little; B) few; C) much; D) many; E) more.
$$$ 15 These pencils are ... , take ... if you want.
A) my / it; B) our / them; C) mine / it; D) her / them; E) mine / them.
$$$ 16 I have lost ... pen, may I take ... ?
A) mine / your; B) your / your; C) my / yours; D) her / your; E) yours / my.
$$$ 17 ... often meet here.
A) We ;B) He;C) She; D) Our;E) Them.
$$$ 18 She’ll go there with ... husband and ... daughter.
A) her / her; B) hers / her; C) her / hers; D) my / mine; E) mine / my.
$$$ 19 My elder brother looks like ... mother .
A) hers; B) my; C) yours; D) this; E) her.
$$$ 20 ... of you knows his address?
A) Who; B) Which; C) What; D) How; E) How many.
$$$ 21 We have very many relatives in ... native town.
A) my; B) our; C) ours; D) theirs; E) them.
$$$ 22 They can do it ... .
A) ourself; B) myself; C) themselves; D) theirself; E) theirs.
$$$ 23 She took off ... coat and begun to work.
A) she; B) her; C) hers; D) herself; E) mine.
$$$ 24 I’ve got no pen to write with. I’ll ask Mary to give me ... .
A) her; B) hers; C) herself; D) mine; E) my.
$$$ 25 First of all we shall listen to ... suggestions, then we shall put forward ... .
A) their / our; B) theirs / our; C) their / ours; D) theirs / ours; E) they / our.
$$$ 26 There are more than ... books in the library.
A) 2 million; B) 2 millions; C) 2nd million; D) the 2 million; E) 2th millions.
$$$ 27 The first of June nineteen hundred
A) первое июня 1900; В) первое июля 1900;
С) первое июня 9010; D) первое июня 19100; Е) первое июня 1990.
$$$ 28 His birthday on ... of October.
A) the four; B) four; C) the fourth; D) fourth; E) the fours.
$$$ 29 He moved there some years ago, in 1950.
A) ninety fifty; B) nineteen fifty; C) ninety fifteen; D) nineteen fifteen; E) ninty fifty.
$$$ 30 This famous poet was born on ... of October.
A) the twenty three; B) twenty threeth; C) the twenty third; D) twentieth third; E) twenty third .
$$$ 31 Are you a student?-Yes, ... .
A) I’m; B) I do; C) I have; D) I’m not; E) he is.
$$$ 32 Does he spend his holidays by the sea?
A) Yes, I do; B) No, he does; C) Yes, he does; D) Yes, I am; E) No, I am not.
$$$ 33 Have the workers done their work?-Yes, ... .
A) I have; B) they have not; C) they do; D) they have; E) they are.
$$$ 34 She is very pretty, ... ?
A) is she; B) does she; C) isn’t she; D) doesn’t she; E) has she.
$$$ 35 He is rich and famous.-... .
A) So do I; B) So am I; C) So I am; D) Neither do I; E) Neither I am.
$$$ 36 Ann knew it, ... ?
A) didn’t she; B) does she; C) doesn’t she; D) did she; E) is she.
$$$ 37 There is no bread at home, ... ?
A) is there; B) isn’t there; C) there is; D) are there; E) is here.
$$$ 38 There are many students at the meeting, ... ?
A) isn’t it; B) aren’t there; C) are there; D) is there; E) are they.
$$$ 39 You can’t swim, ... ?
A) can she; B) can’t you; C) can you; D) may I; E) can.
$$$ 40 Where ... my glasses? – I have just lost ... .
A) is / it ; B) are / it; C) is / them; D) are / them; E) was / it.
$$$ 41 Your advice ... very useful. I usually use your ... when I am in trouble.
A) is / advice; B) is / advices; C) are / advice; D) are / advices; E) were / advices.
$$$ 42 They say money ... the soul of business.
A) is; B) are; C) were; D) to be; E) have.
$$$ 43 Too ... knowledge ... the head bold.
A) much / make; B) many / makes; C) much / makes; D) many/ make; E) little / make.
$$$ 44 The book contains ... information. It’s very useful.
A) much; B) many; C) little; D) few; E) a few.
$$$ 45 He has ... friends in this town and he feels lonely.
A) much; B) many; C) little; D) few; E) a little.
$$$ 46 His clothes ... usually very cheap, but he is actually well-off.
A) are; B) is; C) was; D) were; E) to be.
$$$ 47 .. character my father is a quiet man. A) On; B) By; C) For; D) The; E) At.
$$$ 48 I’ve got good relations ... my mum. A) to; B) by; C) with; D) at; E) from.
$$$ 49 She is always interested ... what I do. A) at; B) in; C) by; D) on; E) of.
$$$ 50 My younger sister is very popular ... her friends at parties.
A) at; B) by; C) with; D) from; E) of.
$$$ 51 He is keen ... ancient languages. A) in; B) on; C) at; D) with; E) by.
$$$ 52 My mother’s sister is my ... . A) niece; B) aunt; C) sister; D) sister-in-law; E) nephew.
$$$ 53 Parents of my father are my ... .
A) grandparents; B) relatives; C) distant relatives; D) parents-in-law; E) stepparents.
$$$ 54 My sister’s husband is my ... .
A) son-in-law; B) brother-in-law; C) relatives; D) father-in-law; E) stepbrother.
$$$ 55 Son of my brother is my ... . A) cousin; B) brother-in-law; C) niece; D) nephew; E) brother.
$$$ 56 The mother of my husband is my ... .
A) mother; B) mother-in-law; C) grandmother; D) sister; E) stepmother.
$$$ 57 Children of aunt are my ... .
A) sisters; B) brothers; C) cousins; D) nephews; E) nieces.
$$$ 58 My children are my parents’ ... .
A) children-in-law; B) grandsons; C) granddaughters; D) grandchildren; E) grandnephews.
$$$ 59 Our large family consists ... 8 people.
A) at; B) on; C) of; D) with; E) by.
$$$ 60 We ... fond ... reading fairy-tales when we were children.
A) are / at; B) are / of; C) were / with; D) was / by; E) were / of.
$$$ 61 ... appearance he is an impressive figure.
A) At; B) By; C) In; D) On; E) To.
$$$ 62 We ... friends with Oleg in childhood.
A) did; B) took; C) made; D) called; E) began.
$$$ 63He is going ... for sports.
A) at; B) on; C) in; D) with; E) by.
$$$ 64 Nursery school , kindergarten , ... , institute.
A) university; B) college; C) secondary school; D) work; E) pension.
$$$ 65 I’m quite ... and easy to deal with. So I have a lot of friends with whom we spend much time together.
A) kind; B) industrial; C) sociable; D) energetic; E) calm.
$$$ 66 He usually gets up ... half past seven. A) in; B) at; C) on; D) a; E) into.
$$$ 67 My working day ... 6 hours.
A) begins; B) starts; C) lasts; D) finishes; E) continues.
$$$ 68 He tries to do ... morning exercises every morning.
A) his; B) her; C) hers; D) our; E) my.
$$$ 69 Shame on you. Why you don’t ... classes.
A) miss; B) go; C) attend; D) visit; E) show.
$$$ 70 All our students have dinner in their University’s ... .
A) library; B) cloakroom; C) canteen; D) Dean’s Room; E) labs.
$$$ 71 Students often read up for lessons in the ... .
A) library; B) cloakroom; C) Dean’s Room; D) canteen; E) labs.
$$$ 72 On week-ends we like to go ... a walk with our friends.
A) at; B) on; C) for; D) with; E) to.
$$$ 73 As ... rule we have little free time on my week-days.
A) the; B) an; C) a; D) - ; E) to.
$$$ 74 Sometimes I have ... breakfast scrammled eggs.
A) on; B) for; C) at; D) - ; E) by.
$$$ 75 After ... I put on my coat, take my bag, and go to the University.