Grammar Test Intermediate

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1. Order the words to make questions:

Example: yesterday why come didn’t you ? Why didn’t you come yesterday?

I her why help should ?

2. Order the words to make questions:

Example: yesterday why come didn’t you ? Why didn’t you come yesterday?

tell when you train next leaves the Could me ?

3. Order the words to make questions:

Example: yesterday why come didn’t you ? Why didn’t you come yesterday?

music to does What Jane kind like what listening of ?

4. Order the words to make questions:

Example: yesterday why come didn’t you ? Why didn’t you come yesterday?

school students Monday to many on came How?

5. Order the words to make questions:

Example: yesterday why come didn’t you ? Why didn’t you come yesterday?

you the cinema remember closes Do what time ?

6. Complete the question with the words in the brackets:

Example: How often year do a you go on holiday? (you/go)

How often do you go on holiday a year?

I wonder where … my keys last night. (I/leave)

7. Complete the question with the words in the brackets:

Example: How often year do a you go on holiday? (you/go)

How often do you go on holiday a year?

Who … you? (call, Simple Past)

8. Complete the question with the words in the brackets:

Example: How often year do a you go on holiday? (you/go)

How often do you go on holiday a year?

 … turn up the volume? I can’t focus on my project. (you/have to)

9. Complete the question with the words in the brackets:

Example: How often year do a you go on holiday? (you/go)

How often do you go on holiday a year?

Could you tell me how much … ? (this book/cost)

10. Complete the dialogues with an auxiliary (helping) verb:

Example: A: You’re tired, … you? B: Yes, very tired.

You’re tired, aren’t you?

A: I’m afraid John doesn’t like parties.

B: He …, but he doesn’t have any free time these days.

11. Complete the dialogues with an auxiliary (helping) verb:

Example: A: You’re tired, … you? B: Yes, very tired.

You’re tired, aren’t you?

A: Is your sister a manager?

B: Yes, she is and so … I.

12. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in the brackets:

I … him for years. (see)

13. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in the brackets:

Are you sure this is the right way? We … for hours. (walk)

14. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in the brackets:

You look tired. … well last night? (sleep)

15. Re-write the phrase in italics using the + adjective:

Example: People from China need a visa to travel in Europe. The Chinese

Doctors take care of the people who do not feel well.

16. Re-write the phrase in italics using the + adjective:

Example: People from China need a visa to travel in Europe. The Chinese

Free meals are given to the people who do not have money.

17. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in the brackets in either active or passive form:

She was crying because … the smallest piece of cake. (give)

18. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in the brackets in either active or passive form:

When I got home, my roommates … . (argue)

19. Complete the sentence with the correct form of the verb in the brackets in either active or passive form:

I don’t think you … any problems with the new computer. (have)

20. Choose the right form of the verb in the brackets:

Five years from now, I … in a huge multinational company. (work)

 
 
 

21. Put the adverb(s) in the brackets in the normal position in the sentence:

Example: The player was injured. (badly/last week)

The player was badly injured last week.

The soldier was wounded in the battlefield. (seriously)

22. Put the adverb(s) in the brackets in the normal position in the sentence:

Example: The player was injured. (badly/last week)

The player was badly injured last week.

I write letters. (nowadays/rarely)

23. Put the adverb(s) in the brackets in the normal position in the sentence:

Example: The player was injured. (badly/last week)

The player was badly injured last week.

I’ve bought a expensive computer. (really/just)

24. Choose the right form of the verb in the brackets:

By this time tomorrow I … this report. (send)

 
 
 

25. Choose the right form of the verb in the brackets:

I don’t think there will be traffic on this route tomorrow. By then all road work  … . (complete)

 
 
 

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