Lexical-grammatical test

21. Great Britain consists of parts.

a) the three

b) three

c) a three

22. It is washed by the waters of

a) an Atlantic Ocean

b) Atlantic Ocean

c) the Atlantic Ocean

23. The Queen of Great Britain is not

a) the absolute

b) absolute

c) an absolute

24. is the main modern art museum in London.

a) Tate Gallery

b) A Tate Gallery

c) The Tate Gallery

25. drive on the left-hand side in their country.

a) The British

b) British

c) A British

26. It is evident that want peace.

a) a people

b) the people

c) people

27. The acting was poor, but we enjoyed

a) music

b) a music

c) the music

28. is the universal language of the world.

a) Music

b) A music

c) The music

29. had never possessed a standing army or a police force.

a) Tudors

b) A Tudors

c) The Tudors

30. Pushkin, the great Russian poet, was born in .

a) a 1799

b) 1799

c) The 1799

31. Draughts not a complicated game.

a) are

b) is

c) be

32. Scissors a small tool with two sharp blades screwed together.

a) am

b) are

c) is

33. What his politics? He supports the Labour party.

a) are

b) is

c) be

34. Well take holiday.

a) four-days

b) a four-day

c) a four-days

35. Ill news fast.

a) travels

b) travel

c) are travelling

36. Bright should start school as early as possible.


b) children

c) childs

37. All the available show that the revolution started in the East.

a) datum

b) data

c) dates

38. They became successful .

a) businessman

b) businessmen

c) businessmans

39. This is room.

a) Jane and Marys

b) Janes and Marys

c) Janes and Mary

40. delegates took part in the conference.

a) Two hundreds

b) The two hundred

c) Two hundred

41. Spaceships, aeroplanes, computers and even an Egyptian mummy are among the many of objects in the Science Museums world famous collections.

a) thousands

b) thousand

c) the thousand

42. A man is old he feels.

a) so as

b) asas

c) as that

43. The fellow that agrees with everything you say is a fool he is getting to skin you.

a) both and

b) not only but

c) either or

44. Nothing needs reforming other peoples habits.

a) so as

b) as that

c) as as

45. your daughter your niece have made great progress.

a) As as

b) So as

c) Both as

46. Her eyes were large small.

a) either or

b) neither or

c) nor or

47. The Prime Minister arrived the capital on Monday.

a) to

b) in

c) at

48. He came a two-day official at the invitation of the Government.

a) with

b) for

c) on

49. I heard it the radio.

a) in

b) on

c) by

50. I was busy and couldnt listen the radio.

a) to

b) on

c) for

51. I congratulate you the event.

a) on

b) with

c) for

52. You conference began October 18.

a) at

b) in

c) on

53. You will find the news the bottom of the newspaper page.

a) at

b) in

c) on

54. The most important thing the present time is to get rid of the prejudice that only special officials can on the administration of the State.

a) in

b) for

c) at

55. A glass vase is made glass.

a) from

b) out of

c) with

56. Paper is made wood-pulp.

a) from

b) with

c) out of

57. What is the name of the sea England and France?

a) among

b) between

c) of

58. Two Italian were the plane when it crashed.

a) on

b) in

c) by

59. They were business in London.

a) with

b) for

c) on

60. Well go to Rome bus.

a) by

b) on

c) in

61. Honesty is policy.

a) the best

b) better

c) more better

62. men declare war. But it is the youth that fight and die.

a) Oldest.

b) Older.

c) Elder.

63. Of two evils choose the .

a) less

b) little

c) least

64. Whats the news of today?

a) later

b) latest

c) last

65. If you require information or assistance, ask at your local station.

a) further

b) father

c) furthest

66. Actions speak than words.

a) more louder

b) the loudest

c) louder

67. Hotels are becoming nowadays.

a) more expensive

b) the most expensive

c) expensive

68. The damage to the car could be, that we expected.

a) bad

b) worse

c) the worse

69. That was case in his practice.

a) the least difficult

b) the less difficult

c) the less difficulter

70. The sea is unknown part of our world.

a) the most large

b) the largest

c) the most largest

71. people sell their souls and live with a good conscience on the proceeds.

a) the most

b) most

c) much

72. the traffic goes by the main road.

a) the most

b) most

c) most of

73. Is there work for you to do every day?

a) many

b) little

c) few

74. Does this car use petrol?

a) much

b) many

c) a few

75. There are parties that have nice music and pretty decorations.

a) a few

b) few

c) little

76. people are early risers.

a) any

b) some

c) no

77. Have you got objections?

a) no

b) some

c) any

78. You can buy stamps at post office.

a) any

b) some

c) no


79. I dont know about it; ask else.

a) nobody

b) anybody

c) somebody

80. I got the book without difficulty.

a. some

b. any

c. no

81. There is new under the sun.

a. no thing

b. nothing

c. anything

82. greatest gain is to be a loser.

a. sometimes

b. some time

c. any time

83. Ill post the letter .

a. by me

b. oneself

c. myself

84. Everybody should be able to defend

a. him

b. himself

c. his own

85. Selfish people think mainly of

a. one another

b. themselves

c. each other

86. If we hadnt taken the same plane, we might have never met .

a. each other

b. one another

c. themselves

87. There are places of interest you can visit and enjoy in London.

a. the other

b. another

c. other

88. I dont like jokes.

a. hers

b. her

c. hers

89. There is uniform school organization or curriculum in the USA.

a. not

b. no

c. none

90. are so fond of secrets as those who do not mean to keep them.

a. none

b. not anybody

c. no one




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