Time to Talk 1 - Grammar Test 1

11/8/2021 8:18:15 AM

Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of 'be' or 'have got'.

1. They Vietnamese. They're from Chinese.

2. This is my sister. Her name Sam.

3. He a car, but he's got a motorbike.

4. No, I don't work. I a student.

5. We some bread and cheese. Would you like a sandwich?

6. Sarah can't come with us. She  busy.

7. They a small garden. It's lovely.

Complete the sentence. Use the correct form of be or "have got".

They a small house in the country. It's lovely.

Complete the conversation. Use "have got".

A: you a cold?

B: Yes, I . you any aspirin?

A: No, I . Sorry. Lucy any?

B: I don't know. Maybe.

_____ John usually watch TV at the weekend?
  • Will
  • Is
  • Does
  • Has

Every day I _____ up at 6 o’clock, _____ breakfast at 7 o’clock and _____ for work at 8 o’clock.

  • get / eat / leave
  • have got / eating / leaving
  • got / ate / left
  • will get / have eaten / left

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

What is he often do when it’s hot?

  • What
  • is
  • when
  • it’s

Use the words given to write a full sentence.

My brother/ engineer/ and/ work/ factory/ suburb/ Hanoi

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My mother gets up usually early to prepare breakfast for the whole family.

  • gets up usually
  • to prepare
  • for
  • whole

I have five cousins but I _____ see them because they live so far away.

  • now and again
  • hardly ever
  • occasionally
I like playing badminton very much. I _____ play badminton in my free time.
  • seldom
  • rarely
  • never
  • always
It is _____ too late to say "sorry" for what you did wrong.
  • never
  • sometimes
  • usually
  • often
Right now, Jim _____ the newspaper and Kathy _____ dinner.
  • reads / has cooked
  • is reading / is cooking
  • has read / was cooking
  • read / will be cooking

Don't make a noise. My mother _____ with her friends.

  • is talking
  • talks
  • was talking
  • talked

Give the correct form of the verb given.

Sit down! A strange dog (run) to you.

Frank always _____ hard all day but he _____ at the moment.

  • works/ isn't working
  • worked/ wasn't working
  • doesn't work/ working
  • works/ doesn't work

Give the correct form of the verb in the bracket.

A: My dad isn't at work today, so now he (help) me with my computer project.

B: Lucky you! My dad (not know) anything about computers, so he never (help) me!

Complete the sentences. Use prepositions.

On a plane, I like sitting the window. I hate sitting two strangers.

Look at the picture and complete the sentences with 'in/on/at'.

Example: There's a big bowl on the table.

1. There are some oranges the bowl.

2. There are a few pictures the wall.

3. Jessica's sitting the table. 

4. Her bag's the chair.

5. Her books are her bag. 

6. Ben's standing the window. 

7. Jessica and Ben are the kitchen. 

8. There is a vase of flowers is the table. 

 

They live on the other side of the street. That's ____ house, the red one.

  • they
  • theirs
  • their

_____ best friend lives in London so I only see her about once every two years.

  • Her
  • My
  • Me
  • She

My father and I always go to the cinema on Saturdays; ____ favourite movie is Scream.

  • our
  • ours
  • yours

Choose the correct answer.

A: Is this your CD?

B: Yes. It's nice, isn't it?

A: Yes. My CD are awful! They like really horrible music!

B: Well, your CDs are very good.

A: Yes, but he never lets me borrow them!

Would you like _____ out for ice cream?

  • going
  • to have
  • to go
  • having

Would you like _____ to the party?

  • to go
  • going
  • go
  • goes

"_____ your new job?" - "Yes, I'm enjoying it."

 
  • Do you like
  • Would you like
"_____ something to eat?" - "No, thanks. I'm not hungry."
  • Do you like
  • Would you like

"_____ to go out for a walk?" - "Not now. Maybe later."

 
  • Do you like
  • Would you like

Please Mum, _____ I watch the film tonight? I have finished all my homework.

  • would
  • may
  • do
  • should

_____ I ask you a personal question?

  • Must
  • Could
  • Will
  • Shall

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence. 

Is it possible for me to come to your house at about 7 pm?

  • Must I come over to your house at about 7 pm?
  • Would I be come to your house at about 7 pm?
  • Can I come to your house at about 7 pm?
  • Will I come to your house at about 7 pm?