John was a very lazy pupil. During the school years he didn't learn his lessons and always played truant. When the examination time came he was also to take his exams. But, alas, he didn't pass them and he cried bitterly. A) Living dog is better than a dead man. B) The rotten apple injures its neighbors. C) The appetite comes with eating. D) A good beginning makes a good ending. E) You have made your bed and you must lie on it. 12. Promise little _____. A) who laughs last B) but do much C) that ends well D) while the sun shines E) never found again 13. Joe had a very big supper. When he asked for a piece of bread and butter at bedtime, his mother said, " I've never seen anyone eat so much. You are always as hungry as _____." A) a lark B) a wolf C) a bee D) a horse E) a mouse 14. The last drop makes _____. A) both ends meet B) the cat out of the bag C) a horse laugh D) the cup run over E) a cat laugh 15. _____ makes the world go round. A) love B) hatred C) gravity D) money E) poor mouse. 16. _____ repeats itself. A) children B) language C) everybody D) stories E) history 17. One of our classmates fell ill, and was taken to hospital. In three months he was out and about, but lagged behind the pupils with his studying. He asked many pupils to help him, nobody came to his rescue, but me. After that we became friends. A) Facts are stubborn things B) Experience is the mother of wisdom C) Live and learn D) Everything is good in its season E) A friend in need is a friend indeed 18. A man's best friend is his _____. A) shirt B) bag C) dog D) house E) money 19. Lost time is _____. A) known by its tree. B) never found again. C) not so black as he painted. D) never too late to learn. E) makes the cup run. 20. "Out of sight-out of _____. A) light B) fight C) guide D) might E) mind 21. Everything is _____. A) shooting without aim B) better than saying C) good in its season D) better to do well than to say well E) worth two tomorrow
Make up a dialogue.
What was the matter with you?
Hello! I haven’t seen you for a long time. Where have you been?
I have been ill.
Are you better now?
I had a bad cold.
Yes, I’m fine now.
Choose the synonym to the underlined word. Attendance is compulsory in our university.
Complete the dialogue.
D. – How do you feel today?
P. – …
D. – How long have you been feeling ill?
P. – …
D. – What is your health like normally?
P. – …
Not very well.
I feel well.
Two days ago.
About a week.
Very good. I’m usually quite fit and well.
Not well. I’m in poor health now.
Complete the following dialogues. 1. -We went to Berlin last weekend -_____. A) How did you get there? B) Yes, last weekend was rather rainy. C) And what about you? D) My father says he is always tired after work. E) Sure, your teachers are very good. 2. A: What is the best way to get to Broadway? B: By underground, I think. A: Is it the shortest way? B: _____. A) You can go as slowly as you like B) Take the double - decked buses C) The fastest one D) The shortest way is traveling by train E) I advise you to travel there by car 3. - Your dress is so nice. - _____. A) I'll buy another one B) She is so beautiful C) I have made it myself D) I like them too E) Your dress is too short 4. - I see you are talking again. What do the women always talk about? - _____. A) They usually discuss their family problems B) They are talking about their problems C) A woman always had something to tell D) She always talks much E) Some of the women prefer listening to men 5. - Why, Ann! Are you reading without light? Turn on the lamp, please. - _____. A) Oh. yes, it's far from here B) Oh, no, I'm too hungry C) Oil, yes, it's too light D) Oh. yes, it's getting dark E) Thank you, very well 6. - Look, Gill, the rain has stopped. - _____. - Let's play tennis. - _____. A) It's a pity / Soon B) Nice of you / O.K. C) It's fun / Long ago D) What for / A great idea E) So what / Not a bad idea 7. - Why did the team not win the game? - _____. A) I suppose it began late. B) He was very late. C) At that time they were very far from the D) I think Nick didn't take part in it. E) Because we were at a party. 8. A: I couldn't watch TV yesterday. B: Why couldn't you? A: _____. A) I don't like to watch TV. B) I must do my lesson. C) I'll stay at home and learn English. D) We both, my sister and I, were punished by my father. E) I could stay and watch TV with them.
Choose the correct variant.
How do you feel today, Lala?
Not so good. So, what’s wrong exactly?
I’m sorry to hear that. But maybe I can help. Let’s see the dentist.
See you later.
I feel fine, thanks. What about you Amina?
I fell awful. And how are you?
I have a terrible toothache.
I feel down and hurt my back and elbow.
OK. I won’t eat any candy. Thank you for advice.
That’s great advice. Thanks!
A) Is you friend that pretty girl? B) Is that friend you’re pretty girl? C) Is that girl pretty your friend? D) Is that pretty girl your friend? 27. A) Is this your hat there? B) Are those your hats there? C) Are those your hats here? D) Is this your hats here? 28. There are ________ people on the street. A) any B) a little C) a lot of D) much 29. A) Do Gary live in Bristol now? B) Does Gary live in Bristol now? C) Is living in Bristol, now? D) Does now Gary live in Bristol? 30. Monday is the first day. A) Tuesday is the second. B) The second is Thursday. C) Tuesday is the fourth. D) The fourth is Thursday. 31. Mike is beside Pat. Pat is ________ Mike. A) behind B) between C) beside D) in front of 32. Tom is Mrs. Black’s son. A) She is his daughter. B) He is his son. C) She is her son. D) He is her son. 33. A) Go over there to they! B) Go over there to them! C) Come over there to me! D) Come to them over here! 34. A) Look my garden, Susan! B) Susan looks my garden. C) Susan is look at my garden. D) Look at my garden, Susan! 35. A) You know not the old man. B) You know a old man. C) An old man knows you. D) An old man don’t knows you. 36. Watch ________ . A) him and his dog! B) he and he’s dog! C) he and his dog! D) him and its dog! 37. Whose house is this? It’s ________ house. A) the Mr. Smith’s B) our C) Mrs.’ Smith D) she’s 38. A) Where are they going put the books? B) Where there are going to put the books? C) Where are they going to put the books? D) Where are there going put the books? 39. A) Jack’s English and Anne are two. B) Jack’s English and Anne is too English. C) Jack’s English and Anne’s, too. D) Jack’s English and Anne is, too. 40. Do pigs fly? A) No, and dogs don’t. B) No, and not dogs, too. C) No, and dogs not. D) No, and dog doesn’t fly. 41. Jack is standing beside ________ . A) us B) its C) they D) your 42. This car is ________ . A) of John B) to John C) John’s D) Johns’ 43. A) Betty has some flower. B) Betty’s has any flowers. C) Betty’s any flowers. D) Betty has some flowers. 44. A) These are the third lesson. B) This is the lesson two. C) This is a lesson, too. D) This is third lesson. 45. A) Tom cans have Joan’s bicycle. B) Tom can have Joan’s bicycle. C) Tom can to have Joan’s bicycle. D) Tom can has Joan’s bicycle. 46. It’s 11.30. A) Yes, it’s thirty past eleven. B) Yes, it’s half past eleven. C) Yes, its’ thirty to twelve. D) Yes, its half to twelve. 47. 439 is ________ . A) four hundred and thirty nine. B) four hundreds and thirty nine. C) four hundred thirty nine. D) four hundreds thirty and nine. 48. A) The teacher don’t like some book. B) The teacher doesn’t likes some book. C) The teacher don’t like his book. D) The teacher doesn’t like her book. 49. Mother washes the girls’ hair. Look, she ________ . A) is washing it now. B) washes it now. C) is washing them now. D) washes them now. Book 1 Part E Elementary test 2194 50. The cat has ________ . A) the long legs. B) long legs. C) the legs long. D) legs long. 51. I’m not looking ________ . A) at sun B) at a sky C) at the sun D) at some sky 52. Where ________ standing? A) is they B) are they C) do they D) does they 53. Mary and John ________ the house. A) is looking B) are looking at C) is looking at D) are looking 54. Anne and I ________ here. A) are B) we’re C) is D) am 55. Fred, what ________ doing? A) is B) are C) he’s D) are you 56. A) Charles in the street. B) Charles at the street. C) Charles is in the street. D) Charles is at the street. 57. How many books are there on the table? A) There is one on. B) There are three. C) There are three of books. D) There are any books. 58. Anne works, but ________ . A) does Peter? B) Peter does? C) works Peter? D) Peter works? 59. Mike is looking at ________ . A) they B) she C) my D) us 60. Who’s that man? A) He’s teacher. B) It’s John. C) Is Peter. D) That’s a man. 61. Where’s the chair? A) The chair near the table. B) Its there. C) It’s in the room. D) There’s near the door. 62. Are you writing? A) No, I aren’t. B) Yes, I am. C) Yes, I’m. D) No, I not. 63. What’s her name? A) There’s Mary. B) She name Mary. C) Her name’s Mary. D) She’s name is Mary. 64. Do you sing or dance? A) I’m sing but not dance. B) I singing and dancing. C) I do sing and dance. D) I sing and I dance. 65. Is that a dog? A) Yes, it is. B) Yes, that’s. C) Yes, it’s that dog. D) Yes, there is. 66. Is this book red? A) No, is this book green B) No, this is green book. C) No, it’s a green. D) No, it’s green. 67. What’s his mother doing? A) He’s shopping. B) His shopping. C) Her shopping. D) Shopping. 68. How many books are there? A) Five. B) They’re five. C) There are five. D) There’s a book. 69. A) Is this big red chair? B) Is this a big chair red? C) Is red this big chair? D) Is this big chair red? 70. Bill ________ play tomorrow. A) going to B) can C) is going D) can to 71. The knife is ________ the bottle. A) at B) next C) near D) between 72. The bicycle is ________ the house. A) near of B) front of C) next D) behind 73. What’s that woman? A) She’s a doctor. B) She calls Jane. C) Her name Jane. D) It’s Jane. 74. Do you know Peter? A) Yes, I know. B) No, I’m not. C) Yes, I do. D) No, I don’t know. 75. A) They’re live near you and I. B) You live near them and me. C) They and I’m live near you. D) They lives near you and me. 76. Are ________ brothers? A) those big boys some B) some
Complete the dialogue.
Hey, Sanan. How are you?
Why? What’s the matter?
That’s too bad. Maybe you have the flu. Rest in bed and drink tea with lemon.
I feel fine, thanks.
Oh, I’m not so good, actually.
I don’t know. I just can’t sleep at night.
Well. I have a headache. And a backache.
You are right. That’s a great idea. Thanks.
Thanks. I won’t stay up late.
Which of the followings is not a transport? A) helicopter B) ship C) train D) wheel 51. Continue the logic list. Day, week, month, year ______, century. A) decade B) minute C) time D) period 52. Which of the followings is not sports? A) rugby B) baseball C) hockey D) cards 53. -What is the ______ of your car? - Sapphire. A) height B) date C) color D) speed 54. The meal is awful! Who is the ______? A) cooker B) cook C) cock D) cocky 55. Choose the antonym of the underlined word. This game is really exciting. A) terrible B) difficult C) different D) boring 56. I ______ play cards. I hate it. A) always B) often C) never D) nothing 57. Mars is a/an _______. A) place B) space C) planet D) universe 58. Deserts are often ______ regions. A) dry B) wet C) cold D) small 59. The pain was ______. A) necessary B) unbearable C) large D) incredible 60. Water is ______ for life. A) harmful B) necessary C) problem D) matter 61. Gold is a ______ . A) metal B) liquid C) gas D) mixture 62. The lung is a(an) _______. A) part B) tool B) instrument D) organ 63. The machine is out of ______. A) work B) order C) place D) condition 64. He was ill last week, but now he is in good ______. A) health B) place C) area D) position 65. Hats are out of ______. A) modern B) public C) fashion D) mode 66. When children saw him, they were all in deep ______. A) horror B) afraid C) terror D) shock 67. The firm is in ______ difficulty. A) natural B) oral C) financial D) mental 68. He is on a student grant. What does this sentence mean? A) He is on duty. B) He takes money for his tuition. C) He will be a university student. D) He is undergraduate student. 69. The heart is about the size of a ______. A) head B) leg C) arm D) fist
Complete the dialogue.
Mehmet: - Look, when I told my parents that I’d like to become a doctor they advised me to go to Azerbaijan. Are foreign students admitted to your University?
Samir: - …
Mehmet: - What subjects do students study at your Medical School? Samir: - …
Mehmet: - Well, let’s say the second year of the Medical Faculty? Samir: - …
Mehmet: - And what about Latin and foreign languages?
Samir: - …
Mehmet: - Thank you. I find all this very interesting.
Oh, it depends on faculty and the year they are in.
Of course. You know, a lot of foreign students are studying at our University now. They come from Iran, Turkey, Irak and many other countries.
As for Latin, we study it in the first year. And we study one foreign language – English, French or German for two years.
Second year students study anatomy, physiology, histology, microbiology, biochemistry and philosophy.
Match the words to their definitions.
a person who studies one or more of the natural sciences
connected with science
knowledge about the structure and behavour of the natural and physical world, based on facts that you can prove
A) 1-c, 2-a, 3-b
B) 1-b, 2-a, 3-c
C) 1-a, 2-b, 3-c
D) 1-b, 2-c, 3-a
E) 1-a, 2-c, 3-b
Complete the dialogue.
D. – …
P. – It’s my stomach.
D. – …
P. – Yes, I can. It’s sharp pain. D. – … .
P. – No, none at all.
When do they start?
Can you tell me what the problem is?
Where does it hurt?
Can you describe the pain?
Does it go anywhere else?
Have you had any serious illnesses in the past?
Choose the right order to make up a story. 1. I. Upset and tired I came back home. II. But when I came to the store it was closed for some unknown reason. III. There was an exhibition of new fashionable goods at the Department Store. IV. My visit was a failure. V. I took some money and went there for I wanted to buy some things for myself. A) V,I,II,IV,III B) I,IV,II,III,V C) II,V,III,I,IV D) IV,II,V,III,I E) III,V,II,IV,I 2. 1. One day he met a very beautiful girl in London. 2. He took money from the rich and gave it to the poor. 3. Robin Hood is a legendary hero. 4. Her father wanted to marry her to a rich old man. 5. He lived in the 12th century. A) 5,4,2,1,3 B) 3,4,2,1,5 C) 1,4,2,5,1 D) 3,5,2,1,4 E) 2,1,3,4,5 3. 1. We ran to the car, but we had been wet before we reached it. 2. Yesterday our family went to the country for a picnic. 3. When we began to eat, a small black cloud appeared. 4. Mother and I took the food out of the picnic basket, and we all sat down on the grass. 5. Then suddenly it began raining very hard. A) V,IV,III,I,II B) IV,II,V,III,I C) I,V,III,IV,II D) II,IV,III,V,I E) III,V,I,IV,II 4. I. She said she was sorry to be late for class. II. The teacher said Alice should try not to be late any more. III. She asked the teacher if she might come in. IV. Alice was late for class. V. She said she had to take her sister to the nursery school. A) IV, II, III, I, V B) II, V, I, III, IV C) III, I, V, IV, II D) IV, III, I, V, II E) V, I, II, III, IV 5. 1. It is a fine old city. 2. From the station they can see the splendid view of Princess Street. 3. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. 4. The train bringing visitors to Edinburgh runs right into the heart of the city. 5. Half way along Princess Street is a tall monument to Sir Walter Scott, a well-known Scottish writer. 6. Then a little farther on is the Floral Clock, which is made of growing flowers. A) 1,3,2,4,6,5 B) 4,3,2,1,5,6 C) 3,1,4,5,6,2 D) 3,1,2,4,5,6 E) 3,1,4,2,5,6 6. 1. London is on the river Thames. 2. It has more than 9 million people. 3. London is the capital of England. 4. It is one of the largest cities in the world. 5. Great Britain is a densely populated country. A) 1,3,4,5,2 B) 3,4,2,5,1 C) 2,1,3,4,5 D) 5,3,4,1,2 E) 4,5,3,1,2 TEST 6 Making up a story 7. I. In the morning when he woke up, the train was in Paris. II. He asked the conductor to wake him up even if he would protest. III. Once Mark Twain was traveling in France by train. IV. Mark Twain was angry with the conductor who didn't wake him up at his station. But he said "you are not half angry as the man whom I made get off at your station". V. He had to get off at a small station at night. A) I,II,III,IV,V. B) III,V,II,I,IV. C) II,IV,V,III,I. D) IV,III,I,V,II. E) V,II,III,IV,I. 8. 1. Our director's speech was very interesting. 2. He said that our younger generation had to study hard. 3. He spoke about the most important tasks of our school. 4. Last week we held a meeting at our school. 5. Our meeting was addressed by our director and some of the teachers. A) 5,1,2,4,3 B) 4,5,1,3,2 C) 4,5,3,2,1 D) 1,4,2,3,5 E) 1,5,2,4,3 9. I. The lesson was over before the due time. II. Suddenly a bird flew in through the open window. III. It was a math lesson. IV. The pupils jumped up on their feet and started to catch the bird. V. All the class was doing sums. A) I,III,V,II,IV B) V,I,III,IV,II C) IV,II,V,I,III D) III,VI,II,V,I E) III,V,II,IV,I 10. 1. Much of them are exported. 2. In the Middle West very much grain is grown. 3. American agriculture produces more food products than any other capitalist country. 4. Poultry - farming and vegetable - growing are concentrated in the country-side near all the big cities. 5. Fresh fruit and vegetables come all the year round from the southern regions, especially Florida, from California and south - western States. 6. The highlands in the west of the country are famous for their cattle-farming. A) 1,3,2,4,6,5 B) 6,5,4,1,2,3 C) 3,1,2,5,4,6 D) 1,2,6,5,4,3 E) 4,6,5,2,1,3 11. I. Soon the puppy cured of its disease. II. After a week it fell ill. III. We were presented with a puppy that was only two months old. IV. The vet prescribed some medicine and a special "dog nurse" came to give the puppy injections. V. We took the puppy to the vet. A) I,II,V,III,IV B) IV,I,II,V,III C) II,V,I,IV,III D) III,II,V,IV,I E) V,III,IV,I,II 12. 1. They have porridge, eggs, bread and butter, tea or coffee for breakfast. 2. Afternoon tea is between 4 and 5. 3. Lunch comes at 1 o'clock. 4. In many English homes people eat 4 meals a day: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner. 5. Some families have their dinner in the evening. A) 1,3,4,2,5 B) 4,1,3,2,5 C) 2,4,5,1,3 D) 1,5,4,2,3 E) 4,1,5,3,2
John was a very lazy pupil. During the school years he didn't learn his lessons and always played truant. When the examination time came he was also to take his exams. But, alas, he didn't pass them and he cried bitterly. A) Living dog is better than a dead man. B) The rotten apple injures its neighbors. C) The appetite comes with eating. D) A good beginning makes a good ending. E) You have made your bed and you must lie on it.
2. Promise little _____. A) who laughs last B) but do much C) that ends well D) while the sun shines E) never found again
3. Joe had a very big supper. When he asked for a piece of bread and butter at bedtime, his mother said, " I've never seen anyone eat so much. You are always as hungry as _____." A) a lark B) a wolf C) a bee D) a horse E) a mouse 14. The last drop makes _____. A) both ends meet B) the cat out of the bag C) a horse laugh D) the cup run over E) a cat laugh
5. _____ makes the world go round. A) love B) hatred C) gravity D) money E) poor mouse. 16. _____ repeats itself. A) children B) language C) everybody D) stories E) history 17. One of our classmates fell ill, and was taken to hospital. In three months he was out and about, but lagged behind the pupils with his studying. He asked many pupils to help him, nobody came to his rescue, but me. After that we became friends. A) Facts are stubborn things B) Experience is the mother of wisdom C) Live and learn D) Everything is good in its season E) A friend in need is a friend indeed 18. A man's best friend is his _____. A) shirt B) bag C) dog D) house E) money 19. Lost time is _____. A) known by its tree. B) never found again. C) not so black as he painted. D) never too late to learn. E) makes the cup run.
20. "Out of sight-out of _____. A) light B) fight C) guide D) might E) mind
21. Everything is _____. A) shooting without aim B) better than saying C) good in its season D) better to do well than to say well E) worth two tomorrow