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Тесты по грамматике английского языка

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Тесты по грамматике.

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Предлагаемая работа имеет своей целью оказание помощи выпускникам средних школ, лицеев и гимназий в подготовке к выполнению лексико-грамматичеческих письменных тестов. Она также может быть полезным для учителей английского языка при проведении промежуточного и итогового тестирования в старших классах и способствовать постепенной подготовке учащихся к последующему единому централизованному тестированию. К работе прилагаются ключи.

Использованная литература.

Павлова И.И. Английский язык: тесты по грамматике : типичные ошибки7е издание – изд. Минск : Аверсэв, 2011

Веселова Ю.С. Тематический тренажёр по грамматике Москва « Интеллект – Центр» 2012



































Test 1

I. Use the correct tense- forms of verbs in brackets.

Our first fishing trip of the summer was a memorable affair. My brother Peter and I(get) up at down and (pack) our fishing equipment. The sun (shine) up and the sea was calm when we climbed into our little motor boat. We knew that we (not/be) able to go back until evening, so we (prepare) a picnic and (take) some bottles of drink. We forgot all we (discover) that we ( run) out of petrol. We felt really worried when we realized that wind (blow) and the sea (get) quite rough. We rowed towards the nearest beach.

II. Put in articles where necessary.

……… stamp-collecting is……… interesting pastime. Many people begin collecting …………. Stamps when they are ……….children. Some of ………… world’s most famous people have collected …….. stamps. Bill Clinton built up ………… collection in his youth, and ……… Queen Elizabeth has …….. world’s largest collection. In fact, making your own collection of stamps is……… rewarding experience.

III. Fill in the gaps with the appropriate pronouns.

  1. The children have …………. appetite. They hardly eat……….

  2. So ………… amusing incidents occurred on our way to Berlin.

  3. I need a car …………. Car will do.

  4. We need ………… secretary in the office. One isn’t enough.

  5. So ………… people came to the meeting that we had to put it off till next week.

IV. Complete the sentences with the appropriate prepositions.

  1. This photograph was taken when I was ………….. secondary school. It was our annual sports day. I was twelve then and very keen…………. sports. I came second …………. That race and won a silver medal. The photograph was taken ………. someone …….. the local newspaper. I was very excited to see my picture in the paper. That’s me……….. right.

  2. 1. He arrived………… the morning of Monday, April 24…………. Precisely 10 a.m.

2. The ground was covered……………. leaves.

3. You look very pleased …………yourself! Have you won some money?

4 The British Isles are separated ……… the continent by the English Channel.







V Complete these sentences using the correct form (- ed or -ing) of the adjectives in brackets.

1 I hate football. It’s so ………. (bore).

2 I am not……….. (interest) in fishing.

3 it was ………….. (surprise) how well China did in the Olympic Games.

4. His exam results were very…………. (disappoint).

5 What a great basketball game! It was so ……………. (excite).

6 The spectators made a lot of noise. They were very ………( excite).



VI. match the adjectives in list A with their opposites in list B.



A

1)stupid

2) impatient

3 )cheap

4)large

5) interesting

6) dangerous

7) useful

8) fast

9) beautiful

10) noisy

11) tall

B

a)safe

b) useless

c)boring

d) expensive

e)small

f)quiet

g)short

h)slow

i)patient

j)clever

k)ugly













Keys

Test1

  1. Got; packed, was shining, would not be able, had prepared, had taken, discovered, had run, was blowing, got/ had got

  2. -, a ,- ,-, the ,­- a,- the, a

  3. 1. No, anything

2 many

3 any

4 another

5 few

IV A at, on, in, by, from, on

B 1 on, at 2 with 3 with 4 from

V 1 boring; 2. Interested; 3 surprised; 4 disappointing; 5 exciting ; 6 excited.

VI 1 j; 2i; 3 d;4e; 5c; 6 a; 7b; 8h; 9k; 10 f;11g



























Test2



I Use the correct tense-forms of the verbs on brackets.

  1. Mary usually (take) a bus to the office but today she (drive) because she is late. Last night her manager (telephone) her and (ask) her to be at the office at 8.30 a.m. for an important meeting. “I never (be) late for a meeting in my life. Why did my mother forget to wake me up this morning?”

  2. Last night Manchester United (win) the football league championship. The team (win) the championship three times now, the first time (be) in 1986. In their final game yesterday Bryan Rigors scored the winning goal. He (be) with the team since he (leave) school.

II .Complete the sentences with the correct forms of can, must and have to.

  1. Smoking …….. lead to serious illness.

  2. I think children ……………. Be allowed to watch violent cartoons.

  3. You …………turn off the electricity before you mend the socket.

  4. If you are not well you ……….ask Jane to go instead.

  5. She’s probably on holiday.-yes, you…….be right.

  6. Ann ………speak three languages before she was six.

  7. She …………..drink two cups of coffee in the morning before she feels really awake.

  8. I only lived a mile from the office and …………drive to work in less than an hour.

  1. Put in article where necessary.

I knew it was going to be………… bad day when, on the way to…………airport,……….taxi driver told me he was lost. I had booked my flight over………… telephone, so when we finally arrived, I had to rush to the reservation desk to play for my ticket…………. Woman at……….desk told me that my name was not on…………passenger list. It took fifteen minutes for to realize that she had spelled my name incorrectly. I was ……….last person to get on………. pane. I found my seat and discovered that I was sitting next to……….four-year-old boy who had a cold. I sat down and wondered if anything else could go wrong.

  1. Complete the sentences with the appropriate prepositions.

  1. I am really proud………….. my son. He has always been interested…………. Football and I supposed that’s why he’s rather good…………it. He is happy …………being selected to play for England. I know it’s English Schoolboys, not the national team, but it’s start. I’ll be as keen ……………. Watching them play as I will on watching any other team. Who knows, maybe one day I’ll be famous ……………. Being a professional father.

  2. 1it is sometimes difficult to distinguish …………… butter and margarine.

2. He enjoyed the peace and quiet as he walked …………. the forest.

3 I saw her this morning, but she was ……………. Her car so I couldn’t say hello.

4 You can reserve the tickets ………….phone

  1. Put the correct form of wear or dress in the spaces below.

  1. Students usually …………..very informally.

  2. They usually …………jeans and sweaters.

  3. What were they …………………?

  4. How were they……………….?

  5. He can’t wash. Shave and …………….in the minutes.

  6. The men were in evening………………….

  7. She often ……………..in black.

  8. She was ………………..an evening ………….

  1. Match each person on the left with the correct definition on the right.

  1. a secretary

  2. a vet

  3. a newsagent

  4. an architect

  5. a librarian

  6. a miner

  7. a surgeon

  8. a butcher

  9. a reporter

  1. designs buildings

  2. operates on sick people

  3. works in library

  4. deals with office correspondence and records

  5. treats sick animals

  6. writes for a newspaper

  7. sells newspapers and magazines from s shop

  8. gets coal from under the ground

  9. sells meat



Keys.

Test 2

I A. takes; is driving; telephoned; asked; have never been.

B won; has won; won; was; has been; left.

II. 1can; 2mustn’t; 3 must; 4 can; 5 must; 6 could; 7has to; 8 could.

  1. a, the, the, the, the, the, the, the, the, a.

  2. A of, in, at, about, on, for

B between, through, in, b

V 1 dress; 2 wear; 3 wearing; 4 dressed; 5 dress; 6 dress; 7 dresses; 8 wearing, dress

VI 1d;2e; 3g; 4a; 5c; 6h; 7b;8i;9f









Test 3.

I Use the correct tense-forms of the verbs in brackets.

Mrs. Smallburn is known as Mrs. Win-a-lot. She

(be) the “Queen of Competitions” for the last sixteen years. Since she (give) up her job as a geography teacher sixteen years ago. , Mrs. Smallburn (become) much more skilled at winning competitions. She (enter) about twelve competitions a month. At the moment she( complete) for a fax machine. In fact there is virtually nothing in Mrs. Smallburn’s entire house, apart from her dog, which she (not/win). She didn’t actually win the house the family live in, but seven years ago she (win) another one worth £50,000 which she (sell0 later for£100,000. Outside Mrs. Smallburn’s house there is a new blue Renault. It’s the fifth car she(win). She says she (expect) to win between twenty and forty percent of the competitions she enters.



II. Complete the sentences with the correct forms of can, must and have to.

  1. Peter has a computer that …………… fit into his jacket pocket.

  2. If you smell until gas, you………….. phone the emergency from my sister.

  3. I …………..swim until I was five.

  4. To buy the tickets, I …………….borrow money from my sister.

  5. You …………keep medicines where children can get them.

  6. I only live a couple of minutes from the town centre.—It …………be convenient having shops nearby.

  7. He’s got a lung problem and he go to hospital every two weeks.

  8. This game …………be played by up to six people.



III Put in articles where necessary.

When I was at…………..school, I always wanted to do ………….job which was useful. I did ………….social work at the university, and when I graduated, I was out of work for a few months. But for………..last few years, I’ve been ……….social worker. …………..social worker is someone who helps ……….people at home who have different kinds of problems. It’s not ……….easy job. I also give…………talks in ………….schools and explain my work to the children.



IV Fill in the gaps with the appropriate pronouns.

1. I am awfully sorry but I can’t tell you………

2. After his injury he wasn’t able to dress……………

3. ………….. of his parents realized what was happening.

.4. Shall I give you ………….piece of cake, Bob?

5.I like watching films ………… have happy endings.

6. During the day hardly…………. lives here. They just come here to work.

  1. Complete the sentences with the appropriate prepositions.

  1. Next year I will be taking the second part…………… the university entrance exams. I hope to get good marks……………. the end…….this year because that will make the second part of the exams easier. ………… five years’ time, I hope I will get my degree and will be looking………….. a job.

  2. 1 When I got …………..the station I saw that it was crowded……….. people waiting……… trains.

2. I felt sorry………….. Susan, but what could do?

3. I was woken…………. the middle………. the night………… some strange noise.

VI Rewrite these two sentences to make one comparative sentence. There is example at the beginning.

Mary is 1 m 50 cm. Debbie is 1m55 cm (tall)

Debbie is taller than Mary.

  1. Rome is full of lovely old buildings. Coketown is full of factories.(beautiful)

  2. Sheila ran a mile in twelve minutes. Peter ran a mile in twenty minutes(fast)

  3. Today’s test is easy. Yesterday’s test was hard.(difficult)

  4. Albert always gets top marks in tests. Charles always comes bottom in teat.(intelligent)

  5. Jim tells really good jokes. Nobody laughs at Fred’s jokes.(funny)

  6. John likes to win at football. Bob doesn’t enjoy the game.(competitive)

VII match these items of clothing with each of the sentences.

a dressing-gown a uniform a hat overalls a jumper trainers

a jacket a tie



  1. You wear it on your head. _______________________________

  2. Some children have to wear it at school.________________________

  3. You wear this when you get up. __________________________________

  4. You wear this if you don’t want to get your clothes dirty.__________________

  5. Men can wear this round the necks of their shirts. ________________________

  6. You wear this over a shirt to look smart. _______________________________

  7. These are useful shoes to wear when you are doing sports. ___________________

  8. You wear this over a shirt to keep warm.______________________









Keys.

Test 3

I have never been; have loved; took; was; remember; had; was happening; was; wasn’t; was saying.

II.1 needn’t; 2 should; 3 mustn’t; 5 needn’t; 6 mustn’t; 7 needn’t;

III an, a, a, a, -, the, the, the, the, the

IV 1 any; 2 themselves; 3 Some; 4 many; 5 none; 6 few

V A with, in, in, for, of, of

B 1 in, with; 2 with; 3 at

VI 1 laid; 2 lay; 3 lain; 4 lay; 5 lie; 6 lying; 7 lay; 9 laid

VII 1d; 2b; 3h; 4f; 5c; 6g; 7e; 8i; 9a











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