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The Article

1.   Great  Britain  consists of … parts. ( the three; three; a three)

2.   It is washed by the waters of …( an Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic Ocean; the Atlantic Ocean)

3.   The Queen of Great Britain is not …(the absolute; absolute; an absolute)

4.   …is the main modern art museum in London ( Tate Gallery; a Tate Gallery; the Tate Gallery)

5.   … drive on the left - hand  side in their country (the British; British; a British)

6.      It is evident that … want peace (a people; the people; people)

7.      The acting was poor, but we enjoyed …(music; a music; the music)

8.      …is the universal language of the world. (music; a music; the music)

9.      …had never possessed a standing army or a police force (Tudors; a Tudors; the Tudors)

10.  Pushkin, the great Russian poet, was born in … (a 1799; 1799; the 1799)

The  Noun

11.  Draughts … not a complicated game ( are; is; be)

12.  Scissors … a small tool with two sharp blades screwed together (am; is; are)

13.  What … his politics? - He supports the Labour Party (are; is; be)

14.  We’ll take …holiday (four-days; a four-day; a four-days)

15.  Ill news …fast (travels; travel; are travelling)

16.  Bright … should start school as early as possible (childrens; children; childs)

17.  All the available… show that the revolution started in the East (datum; data; dates)

18.  They became successful …(businessman; businessmen; businessmans)

19.  This is …room (Jane and Mary’s; Jane’s and Mary’s; Jane’s and Mary)

The Numeral

20.  …delegates took part in the conference (two hundreds; the two hundred; two hundred)

21.  Spaceships, aeroplanes, computers and even an Egyptian mummy are among the many … of objects in the Science Museum’s world famous collections (thousands; thousand; the thousand)

The Conjunction

22.  A man is …old … he feels (so …as; as…as; as…that)

23.  The fellow that agrees with everything you say is …a fool …he is getting to skin you (both…and; not only…but; either …or)

24.  Nothing …needs reforming …other people’s habits (so…as; as…that; as…as)

25.  …your daughter …your niece have made great progress ( as…as; so…as; both…and)

26.  Her eyes were …large…small. (either …or; neither…nor; nor…or)

The Preposition

27.  The Prime Minister arrived …the capital on Monday (to; in; at)

28.  He came … a two-day official visit at the invitation of the Government (with; for; on)

29.  I heard it …the radio. (in; on; by)

30.  I was busy and couldn’t listen …the radio (to; on; for)

31.  I congratulate you …the event (on; with; for)

32.  The conference began …October 18 (at; in; on)

33.  You will find the news …the bottom of the newspaper (at; in; on)

34.  The most important thing… the present time is to get rid of the prejudice that only special officials can carry on the administration of the State (in; for; at)

35.  A glass vase is made…glass (from; out of; with)

36.  Paper is made…wood-pulp (from; with; out of)

37.  What is the name of the sea …England and France ? ( among; between; of)

38.  Two Italians were … the plane when it crashed (on; in; by)

39.  They were …business in London (with; for; on)

40.  We’ll go to Rome …bus (by; on; in)

 

 

 

 

Degrees of Comparison

41.  Honesty is …policy (the best; better; more better)

42.  …men declare war. But it is youth that fight and die. ( oldest; older; elder)

43.  Of two evils    choose the …(less; little; least)

44.  What’s the …news of today ? (later; latest; last)

45.  If you require … information or assistance, ask at your local station. (further; farther; furthest)

46.  Actions speak …than words (more louder; the loudest; louder)

47.  Hotels are becoming …nowadays (more expensive; the most expensive; expensiver)

48.  The damage to the car could be …, that we expected (bad; worse; the worst)

49.  That was …case in his practice (the least difficult; the less difficult; the less difficulter)

50.  The sea is … unknown part of our world (the most large; the largest; the most largest)

Quantitative Pronoun

51.  …people sell their souls and live with a good conscience on the proceeds (the most; most; much)

52.  …the traffic goes by the main road (the most; most; most of)

53.  Is there …work for you to do every day (many; little; few)

54.  Does this car use …petrol ? ( much; many; a few)

55.  There are …parties that have nice music and pretty decorations (a few; few; little)

Indefinite Pronoun

56.  …people are early risers (any; some; no)

57.  Have you got …objections? ( no; some; any)

58.  You can buy stamps at …post office. (any; some; no)

59.  I don’t know about it;  ask…else.  ( nobody; anybody; somebody)

60.  I got the book without …difficulty (some; any; no)

61.  There is …new under the sun ( no thing; nothing; anything)

62.  …the greatest gain is to be a loser. (sometimes; some time; any time)

63.  I’ll post the letter …(by me; oneself; myself)

Reflexive Pronoun

64.  Everybody should be able to defend …(him; himself; his own)

65.  Selfish people think mainly of …(one another; themselves; each other)

66.  If we hadn’t taken the same plane, we might have never met …(each other; one another; themselves)

67.  There are …places of interest you can visit and enjoy in London ( the other; another; other)

Possessive Pronoun

68.  I don’t like …jokes (hers; her; her’s)

Negative Pronoun

69.  There is …uniform school organization or curriculum in the USA (not; no; none)

70.  …are so fond of secrets as those who do not mean to keep them (none; not anybody; no one)

distributive Pronoun

71.  It was reported that …were present at the meeting (both; all; everybody)

72.  If the blind leads the blind …shall fall into the ditch (every; both; all)

73.  …man has his faults (both; both of; every)

adverbs expressing «еще», «даже»

74.  What …have you seen at the museum ? (still; more; else)

75.  Tom has …finished his work. (still; already; yet)

76.  - Don’t make such a noise ! - Are the children …sleeping ? (still; yet; more)

77.  Don’t worry. He is …on the danger list (no more; not longer; no longer)

78.  I want to go for a walk. Has it stopped snowing … ? (else; yet; still)

79.  Do you want …tea? (any; some; any more)

 

 

 

Indicative Mood

80.  We shall not begin the meeting until everybody … (comes; won’t come; come)

81.  I can come tomorrow if you … it   (will like; like; liked)

Imperative Mood

82.  …the world’s most renowned waxworks museum, and rub shoulders with famous and infamous (visiting; you visit; visit)

83.  Please, …be late for classes ! (not; don’t; no)

84.  You are going on a long journey. …care on the motorway. (to take; taking; take)

There is (was), there are (were)

85.  There …not a passion so strongly rooted in the human heart as envy (is; were; are)

86.  …there millions of stars within our galaxy ? (is; are; has …been)

87.  Civilization will never flow backward while there …youth in the world. (has been; are; is)

88.  There is … in the garden waiting for you (Pete; your friend; a man)

89.  There …ten pens and a magazine on the table. (is; are; was)

90.  …there…a lecture tomorrow ? (will …be; shall…be; would…be)

present Simple

91.  About 85 percent of American students …public schools, which are supported by state and local taxes (attended; have attended; attend)

92.  What …American public schools teach? (are; do; does)

93.  Wise kings generally …wise councillors. (to have; has; have)

94.  All historical places of London …in the West End. (had been; were; are)

95.  The city of Montreal …70 square miles. (covering; covers; is covered)

96.  Man …live by bread alone (do not; does not; is not)

Present Continuous

97.  I know you …an advanced geography course now (were taking; is taking; are taking)

98.  Now she …difficulty in putting facts in order (is having; has been having; had)

99.  The world sea surrounds the earth and …to us all. ( is belonging; belongs; has belonged)

100.          Scientists in many different countries …to explain its mystery (are working; have worked; worked)

101.          These are just a few of the questions to which they … their energies (are devoting; had devoted; is devoting)

Present Perfect

102.          …you ever a film in which a train crashed or a ship sank ? (did…see; have…seen; do…see)

103.          Recently BBC experts …a new system that lets the deaf understand TV programmes (have invented; invented; to envent)

104.          The nation’s income and productivity …enormously over the past 70 years ( rose; has risen; have risen)

105.          American schools for many years …federal aid for special purposes. ( have received; received; receive)

106.          Like it or not, television …the supreme holiday attraction ever since it upstaged the cinema by showing old films ( has been; is ; was)

107.          He … … everything except his last paper (did; have done; has done)

Present Perfect Continuous

108.          It … since early morning (rained; had rained; has been raining)

109.          You are a good football-player. Since when …you…football ? (have …been playing; did …play; had …been playing)

110.          My brother …music lessons for three years now (have taken; has been taking; took)

 

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