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Grammar Test (Intermediate)

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Grammar test (Intermediate)

I. Rewrite the following sentences so they express the same meaning.
1.The journalist reported that the victim knew the murderer.
The victim ........................................................
2. Someone is going to paint our house.
We are ............................................................
3. I'd prefer to drink a cup of coffee.
I'd ..................................................................
4. Robert didn't make a lot of friends when he was younger. That's why he is so lonely now.
If he ................................................................
5. He and his wife don't know Mr. Brown.
Neither ............................................................
6. He probably left his umbrella at work.
He may ............................................................
7. It is nothing new to him to get up early in the morning.
He is used .........................................................
8. People expect that he will win an award.
He ..................................................................
9. I don't want to watch TV.
I don't feel .........................................................
10. I bought a new English dictionary . It was not necessary.
I ......................................................................
11. I'm sure they were at home last night.
They must ...........................................................
12. You shouldn't go to bed so late every night.
You'd ................................................................
13. I have never seen such a beautiful garden.
Never ................................................................
14. Someone repaired her car yesterday.
She ...................................................................
15. They must have closed the shop earlier.
The shop .............................................................

II. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form.
1. I heard her ........(sing) in the garden.
2. If I ........(be) you, I ..........(marry) Philip.
3. She is not used to ..........(drive) on the left side of the road.
4. Don't let him ........(smoke) so many cigarettes.
5. She always ..........(lose) her keys.
6. I .........(finish) this project by the end of this week.
7. I'd rather she .........(not/go) to bed so late.
8. If he .........(study) hard at school, he .......(be) at university now.
9. I would like to .........(can) drive a car.
10. She should ........(apologize) foe spilling the milk.
11. I wish I .........(be) more careful when I was driving my car yesterday.
12. He ...........(think) to have been very rich.
13. It's high time you .........(buy) some new trousers.
14. She can't help .........(cry)
15. Mark .......(live) in Spain for five years when we first met.

III. Fill in the blanks with appropriate words(one or more).
1. I .......... you wouldn't talk all the time. It disturbs me.
2. .......... she did the homework, she had cleaned the kitchen.
3. He studied law from 1990 to 1995, so ...... Peter.
4. She avoids ......... to nervous people.
5. I am good at Math's ........?
6. I wish he ........ here now.
7. I decided to ......... my car serviced.
8. He doesn't like reading. ......... does Peter.
9. Let's go for a walk, ........?
10. Peter, Jim and Tom work at the bank but ...... of then can speak at least one foreign languages.
11. Turn of the light, ........?
12. Would you mind if I ........ a cigarette in here.
13. Mark was accused ........... stealing the car.
14. She ......... cooking dinner for an hour.
15. I hoped I ........ meet him again soon.

Answer key

I. 1. The victim was reported to have known the murderer. 2. We are going to have our house painted. 3. I'd rather drink a cup of coffee. 4. If he had made a lot of friends when he was younger, he wouldn't be so lonely now. 5. Neither he nor his wife knows/know Mr. Brown. 6. He may have left his umbrella at work. 7. He is used to getting up early in the morning. 8. He is expected to win an award. 9. I don't feel like watching TV. 10. I needn't have bought a new English dictionary. 11. They must have been at home last night. 12. You'd better not go to bed so late every night. 13. Never have I seen such a beautiful garden. 14. She had her car repaired yesterday. 15. The shop must have been closed earlier.

II. 1. singing; 2. were, would marry; 3. driving; 4. smoke; 5. is always losing/loses; 6. will have finished; 7. didn't go; 8. had studied, would be; 9. be able to; 10. have apologized; 11. had been; 12. is thought; 13. bought; 14. crying; 15. had been living.

III. 1. wish; 2. Before; 3. did; 4. talking; 5. aren't I; 6. were; 7. have; 8. Nor/Neither; 9. shell we; 10. none; 11. will you; 12. smoked; 13.of; 14. has been; 15. would.

Opracowanie: mgr Barbara Wojdyła

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