Choose the best answer: - Could you tell Tom to ring me, please?- Yes, ……… him when I meet him tomorrow.
I am telling
I tell
I won’t telling
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Choose the best answer: A few may have understood that …………… a culture, or the people from that culture, you must first speak the language.
as to
in order that
so as to understand
to that
Choose the best answer: Don’t touch the dog. It ………….. hurt you if you don’t get close to it.
doesn’t hurt
is not hurting
will hurt
won’t hurt
Choose the best answer: For a while, I was …………… unhappy.
believably
believingly
unbelievably
unbelievingly
Choose the best answer: He should think positively …………….. miss any opportunities.
as so not to
in order not to
not as to
that in order to
Choose the best answer: Here’s my report. ……………… it at last.
I finished
I has finished
I’ve finished
I’ve finishing
Choose the best answer: I ………. after the children while they are staying here. I know my duty.
going to look
I will going to look
I’ll be looking
I’m looking
Choose the best answer: I didn’t hear the phone because when it rang, I …….. a shower in the bathroom.
had
have had
having
was having
Choose the best answer: I haven’t seen that coat before. How …….. you had it?
ever have
just have
long have
much have
Choose the best answer: I’m very tired. …………….. over hundred miles today.
I drove
I was driving
I’m been driven
I’ve driven
Choose the best answer: Lan is going to study harder …………… fail the exam.
as so not to
in not order to
so as not to
that so not to
Choose the best answer: No, we ……… . Philip and I were in Portugal in the summer.
did were there
didn’t be there
not be there
weren’t there
Choose the best answer: Some students want to learn English …………….. get a job abroad.
for
for that they
for to
in order to
Choose the best answer: Sure, ……….. the windows this afternoon before I the guests arrive
I am going to clean
I clean
I will be cleaning
I’ll clean
Choose the best answer: The Prime Minister …….. Lutin University. He spoke to the students there ealier today.
has visited
have visited
was visited
was visiting
Choose the best answer: They …… in the country.
bought a big old house
bought an old big house
buyed a big old house
buyed an old big house
Choose the best answer: They are going to Spain …………… Spanish.
for learning
for that they learn
so to learn
to learn
Choose the best answer: This program must be new. I ……… seen it before.
have ever
have never
have since
have yet
Choose the best answer: Well, if you are having another, I ………… one too.
’ll
am going to have
am having
will be having
Choose the best answer: What …… doing at nine o’clock yesterday evening?
did Peter
Peter was
Peter were
was Peter
Choose the best answer:   I ………. after the children while they are staying here. I know my duty.
I’ll be looking
I’m looking
am going to look
I will going to look
Choose the best answer:   Mark …… smoking last month, and he started playing tennis again last week.
is stopped
is stopping
stopped
stops
Choose the best answer: Well, if you are having another, I ………… have one too.
’ll
am going to have
am having
will be having
Choose the best answer:But if you stay calm and deal with the situation ………… and sensibly, things will not get out of hand.
illogically
logicality
logically
logicly
Choose the best answer:How do you know about this? ………….. you?
Who did tell
Who has told
Who have told
Who told
Choose the best answer:I’m sorry. You have to wait for some time.Mrs Johnson …………… .
hasn’t arrived yet
have already arrived
have jusst arrived
haven’t arrvived already
Choose the best answer:Mark …… smoking last month, and he started palying tennis again last week.
is stopped
is stopping
stopped
stops
Choose the best answer:Peter always feels …………. unhappy at school because he cannot find a good way to communicate with his classmates.
absolutely
exactly
extremely
seriously
Choose the best answer:Though he did work hard, he .............. found the content of his boss.
hard
hardest
hardily
hardly
Choose the best answer:When we arrived the airport, we ……….. the taxi to the city centre.
are took
taked
took
were taking
Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences: 1. boiling in Athens2. it was3. last week4. absolutely
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Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:just in time the thunderstormswe arrived at the hotel so as to avoid
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Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:Rob and Sophia Craven but they are going to live in Englandmove to California
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Put the phrases in the correct order to make complete sentences:the staff not to delay the project any furtherare working at weekendsso as
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Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘Have you ever been to Japan?’ he asked me.
check_box He wanted to know whether I had been to Japan.
He asked me if Japan was visited by me.
He told me if I had gone to Japan.
He asked me if I had ever been to Japan.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘How beautiful is the dress you have just bought!’ Peter said to Mary.
Peter asked Mry how she had just bought her beautiful dress.
Peter promised to buy Mary a beautiful dress.
Peter said thanks to Mary for her beautiful dress.
Peter complimented Mary on her beautiful dress.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘How old is your little boy?’ said the nurse to Mrs Bingley.
check_box The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old her little boy was.
The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old her little boy is.
The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how old was her little boy.
The nurse asked Mrs Bingley how age her little boy was.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘I was not there at the time’ he said.
check_box He denied being there at the time.
He denied that he wasn’t there at the time.
He denied not being there at the time.
He denied that there at the time.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘I will pay back the money, Gloria’, said Ivan.
check_box Ivan promised to pay back Gloria’s money.
Ivan apologized to Gloria for borrowing her money.
Ivan offered to pay Gloria the money back.
Ivan suggested paying back the money to Gloria.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘If I were you, I would get in touch with the boss’.
check_box He suggested keeping in touch with the boss.
He wished he were me so that he could get in touch with the boss.
He recommended that I should get in touch with the boss.
He suggested that I would get in touch with the boss.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘If I were you, I would take a break’, Tom said to Daisy.
Tom wanted to take a break, and so did Daisy.
Tom advised Daisy to take a break.
Tom wanted to take a break with Daisy.
Tom suggested not taking a break.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘If I were you, I wouldn’t go’ he said.
check_box He advised me against going.
He asked me not to go.
He told me to stay with me.
He advised me never to go.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘Leave my house now or I’ll call the police’ shouted the lady to the man.
check_box The lady threatened to call the police if the man didn’t leave the house.
The lady told the man that should would call the police if he didn’t leave her house.
The lady said that she would call the police if the man didn’t leave her house.
The lady informed the man that she would call the police if he didn’t leave her house.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘Let’s go for a walk in the park’ said Andrew.
Andrew suggested that they would go for a walk in the park.
Andrew suggested that they should go for a walk in the park.
Andrew suggested going for a walk in the park.
Andrew suggested that they went for a walk in the park.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘Where are you spending your holidays?’ Janet asked us.
check_box Janet asked us where we were spending our holidays.
Janet asked us that where we were spending our holidays.
Janet asked us where we was spening our holidays.
Janet asked us where you were spending your holidays.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘Why didn’t I get a computer before?’ thought the office manager.
check_box The office manager wondered why he hadn’t got a computer before.
The office manager wondered why hadn’t he got a computer before.
The office manager wondered why he didn’t get a computer before.
The office manager wondered why didn’t he got a computer before.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘Would you like to stay for dinner?’ she asked me.
check_box She invited me to stay for dinner.
She offered me dinner.
She asked me if I liked to stay for dinner.
She was very kind to offer me dinner.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘You had better not lend him any more money, Elizabeth’ said John.
check_box John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any more money.
John advised Elizabeth not lending him any more money.
John advised Elizabeth not to lend him any money.
John advised Elizabeth not lend him any more money.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘You should have finished the report by now’ – John told his secretary.
check_box John reproached his secretary for not having finishsed the report.
John said that his secretary had not finished the report.
John scolded his secretary for not having finished the report.
John reminded his secretary of finishing the report on time.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: ‘You stole the jewels!’ the inspector said to him.
The inspector accused of stealing the jewels.
The inspector accused him stole the jewels.
The inspector accused him of stealing the jewels.
The inspector said you stole the jewels.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Although he didn’t speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam.
check_box In spite of being unable to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam.
In spite of unable to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam.
In spite of not to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam.
In spite being unable to speak Dutch, Bod decided to settle in Amsterdam.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: As soon as I receive my result, I will phone you.
check_box I will ring you the moment I receive my result.
Sooner or later after I receive my result, I will give you a ring.
I will make you a phone call while I get my result.
After receiving my result, I will call you.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Athough old-age pensions have risen considerably, they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living.
check_box Despite the fact that old-age pensions have risen considerably, they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living.
The cost of living is so high that they couldn’t keep with it.
Old-age pensions may have risen considerably, but they haven’t kept pace with the cost of living.
The cost of living hasn’t been kept with no matter how high the old age pensions are.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Bad habits can do harm to our health.
Bad habits cannot be harmful to our health.
Bad habits can be harmless to our health.
Bad habits can be harmful to our health.
Bad habits can be harmful with our health.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Barry continued to smoke even though we had advised him to quit.
If we had advised Barry, he would have quit smoking.
Barry took our advice so he stopped smoking.
Barry did not quit smoking because of our advice.
Despite being told not to smoke, Barry continued to do.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Because it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it.
I stayed up all night to finish the novel, therefore, it was interesting.
Though it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it.
So interesting was the novel that I stayed up all night to finish it.
Unless it were an interesting novel, I would stay up all night to finish it.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Because they made too many mistakes, they failed in the exam.
They made such many mistakes that they failed in the exam.
They made very many mistakes that they failed in the exam.
They made too many mistakes for them to fail in the exam.
They made so many mistakes that they failed in the exam.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Chuck denied breaking the window.
Chuck was determined not to break the window.
Chuck didn’t break the window.
Chuck refused to break the window.
Chuck said that he hadn’t broken the window.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Even though it was raining heavily, the explorers decided to contitnue their journey.
It rained so heavily that the explorers could not continue their journey.
The explorers put off their journey due to the heavy rain.
The heavy rain could not prevent the explorers from continueing their journey.
If It had rained heavily, the explorers would not have continued their journey.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Every student is required to write an essay on the topic.
Every student might write an essay on the topic.
Every student should write an essay on the topic.
Every student must write an essay on the topic.
They require every student write an essay on the topic.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Fewer people came to the meeting than we had expected.
Too many people came to the meeting.
There were not enough seats for all people as we had expected.
There were more people at the meeting than we had expected.
We had expected more people to come to the meeting.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Handicapped people find shopping in supermarkets difficult.
check_box It is difficult for handicapped people to shop in supermarkets.
It is difficult with handicapped people to shop in supermarkets.
It is difficult for handicapped people shopping in supermarkets.
It is difficult for handicapped people shop in supermarkets.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He cannot afford a new computer.
The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it.
So, he would buy a new computer.
The new computer is so expensive but he can buy it.
Therefore, he would buy a new computer.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He could not afford to buy the car.
He had enough money but he didn’t buy the car.
He bought the car because it was inexpensive.
He bought the car though it was expensive.
He couldn’t buy the car because it was too expensive.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He is sorry now that he didn’t invite Molly to his party.
He wishes he had invited Molly to his party.
He wishes he invited Molly to his party.
He wishes he will invite Molly to his party.
He wishes he would invite Molly to his party.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He never has enough money.
His money is always not enough.
He is always lack of money.
He usually needs money.
He is always short of money.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He never suspected that the money had been stolen.
At no time he suspected that the money had been stolen.
At no time did he suspect that the money was stolen.
At no time did he suspect that the money had been stolen.
At any time did he suspect that the money had been stolen.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He remembered, and so did she.
He didn’t forget and neither she did.
He didn’t forget and neither did she.
He didn’t forget and nor did she.
He didn’t forget and either did she.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He said he was anxious about the plight of the homeless.
check_box He showed concern for the plight of the homeless.
He shows concern for the plight of the homeless.
He showed concern with the plight of the homeless.
He showed concerns for the plight of the homeless.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He said he was not guilty of stealing the car.
check_box He denied that he had stolen the car.
He said he wouldn’t steal the car.
He refused to steal the car.
He denied be guilty of stealing the car.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He started learning French six years ago.
check_box He has learned French for six years.
He hasns’t learnt French for six years.
It was six years ago did he start learning French.
It is six years since he has learnt French.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: He was sentenced to six months in prison for his part in the robbery.
check_box He received a six-month sentence for his part in the robbery.
For his participation in the robbery, a prison had been given to him for six months
For his participation in the robbery, he had been in prison for six months.
He received a six months in prison for his part in the robbery.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Helen can play the piano better than Elizabeth.
Elizabeth cannot play the piano as good as Helen.
Elizabeth cannot play the piano as well than Helen.
Elizabeth cannot play the piano as well as Helen.
Elizabeth cannot play the piano better than Helen.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: His eel soup is better than any other soups I have ever eaten.
Of all the soups I have ever eaten, his eel soup is the best.
His eel soup is good but I have ever eaten many others better.
I have ever eaten many soups that are better than his eel soup.
His eel soup is the worst of all soups I have eaten.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: His second attempt on the world record was successful.
He broke the world record on his second attempt.
He broke the world record by his second attempt.
He broke the world record with his second attempt.
He breaks the world record on his second attempt.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Housewives do not have to spend a lot of time doing housework any more.
Housework will never be done by housewives any more.
Housewives have to spend more and more time to do housework.
Never have housewives spent as much time doing housework as they do now.
No longer do housewives have to spend a lot of time doing housework.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: How long have Catherine and Henry been engaged?
check_box When did Catherine and Henry get engaged?
When were Catherine and Henry get engaged?
When Catherine and Henry got engaged?
When have Catherine and Henry got engaged?
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: How long haven’t you seen Peter?
When are you going to see Peter?
When haven’t you seen Peter?
When will you and Peter see each other again?
When did you last see Peter?
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I am very interested in the book you lent me last week.
check_box The book that you lent me last week interests me a lot.
The book which you lent me last week is too interesting to read.
It was the interested book which you lent me last week.
The book is interesting enough for you to lend me last week.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I applied for the job but was turned down.
check_box My application for the job was turned down.
My application of the job was turned down.
My application with the job was turned down.
My application for the job was accepted.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I did not understand what the lecturer was saying because I had not read his book.
What the lecturer wrote and said was too difficult for me to understand.
I would have understood what the lecturer was saying if I had read his book.
I found it very difficult to understand what the lecturer said in his book.
The lecturer’s book which I had not read was difficult to understand.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I didn’t spend as much money as my friend did.
My friend spent more money than I did.
My friend spent much money than me.
My friend spend more money than I do
My friend spent more money than I .
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I do apologize for my forgetting your birthday.
I never apologize for my forgetting birthday.
I am not sorry at all because I remember your birthday.
I did forget your birthday.
I am really sorry I forgot your birthday.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I find it impossible not to worry about Lan.
I can’t help feeling worried about Lan.
I can’t do nothing to help Lan although I feel worried about her.
I’m unable to worry about Lan.
I feel worried about Lan, but can’t do anything to help.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I have not met her for three years.
check_box The last time I met her was three years ago.
I did not meet her three years ago.
It is three years when I will meet her.
During three years, I met her once.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I haven’t been to a concert for over a year.
check_box The last time I went to a concert was over a year ago.
The last time I went to a concert over a year ago.
The last time I went to a concert since over a year ago.
I went to a concert for over a year ago.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I haven’t been to Bristol for three years.
The last time I have been to Bristol was three years ago.
The last time I went to Bristol would be three years ago.
The last time I was to Bristol was three years ago.
The last time I went to Bristol was three years ago.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I haven’t eaten this kind of food before.
check_box This is the first time I have eaten this kind of food.
This is the first time I ate this kind of food.
I never eat this food before.
This is the first time I eat this kind of food.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I started work for the company a year ago.
check_box I have been working for the company for a year.
I have been work for the company for a year.
I have been working for the company for a year ago.
I worked for the company last year.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I think it’s necessary to tell Tim about it at once.
Tim may be told about it at once.
Tim should be told about it at once.
Tim must be told about it at once.
Tim might be told about it at once.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I used to live alone.
check_box I lived by myself but I no longer do it now.
I was used to living by myself.
I am used to living alone.
I lived by myself and I was used to it.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I usually drive to work, but today I go by bus.
check_box Instead of driving to work, I go buy bus today.
Although I can go by bus, I drive to work today.
Although I can drive to work, I go by bus today.
Instead of going by bus, I drive to work today.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I was late for work because the bus broke down.
check_box Due to a bus break-down, I was late for work.
Due to the fact that the bus was broken, I was late for work.
As the bus was broken, I was late for work.
Since the bus broke into pieces, I was late for work.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I would prefer you not to smoke in here.
I’d rather you didn’t smoke in here.
I’d rather you not to smoke in here.
I’d rather you don’t smoke in here.
I’d rather you shouldn’t smoke in here.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I’m not very good at gardening, I’m afraid.
check_box I’m not much of a gardener, I’m afraid.
I am afraid of working in the garden.
I regret that I bad at gardening.
I’m scared to work in the garden.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I’m sorry I didn’t phone him yesterday.
check_box I wish I had phoned him yesterday.
I wish I would phone him yesterday.
I wish I have phoned him yesterday.
I wish I phoned him yesterday.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I’m sure he didn’t know that his brother was seriously ill.
He couldn’t possibly have knew that his brother was seriously ill.
He didn’t know that his brother was seriously ill.
He couldn’t possibly know that his brother was seriously ill.
He couldn’t possibly have known that his brother was seriously ill.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: I’m waiting for the bus. It is late.
The bus I’m waiting for is late.
The bus whom I’m waiting for is late.
The bus which I’m waiting is late.
The bus for that I’m waiting is late.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: If the homework is difficult, I will ask you for help.
check_box Unless the homework is easy, I will ask you for help.
Unless the homework isn’t difficult, I won’t ask you for help.
Unless the homework is easy, I won’t ask you for help.
Unless the homework is difficult, I will ask you for help.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: If you want my advice, I would forget about buying a new house.
If I were you, I will forget about buying a new house.
If I were you, I would forget about buying a new house.
If I were you, I won’t buy a new house.
If I were you, I didn’t buy a new house.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: In spite of all our efforts, we failed in the final match.
check_box Although we tried very hard, we failed in the final match.
We made all our efforts so that we could gain success in the final match.
Whatever efforts we had made, we weren’t able to win in the final match.
We failed in the final match as a result of all our great efforts.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: In spite of heavy rain, my brother went to work.
Despite it rained heavily, my brother went to work.
Although of heavy rain, my brother went to work.
In spite it rained heavily, my brother went to work.
Although it rained heavily, my brother went to work.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: It is essential that we meet him at the airport.
He may be met at the airport.
He might be met at the airport.
He should be met at the airport.
He must be met at the airport.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: It is still cold but it was colder yesterday.
It isn’t cold as yesterday.
Yesterday was more cold than today.
It is colder than it was yesterday.
It isn’t as cold as it was yesterday.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: It wasn’t necessary for us to get a visa for Singapore.
We mustn’t get a visa for Singapore.
We shouln’t get a visa for Singapore.
We mayn’t get a visa for Singapore.
We needn’t get a visa for Singapore.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Jane is a better cook than Betty.
check_box Betty can’t cook as well as Jane.
Betty can cook as good as Jane.
Betty cooks less than Jane.
Betty can cook well as Jane.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: John Speke failed to find the source of the River Nile.
check_box John Speke didn’t succeed in finding the source of the River Nile.
John Speke didn’t succeed with finding the source of the River Nile.
John Speke didn’t succeed at finding the source of the River Nile.
John Speke didn’t succeed for finding the source of the River Nile.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Madeleine wears high heels to look taller.
check_box In order to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels.
Madelein wants high heels to make her taller.
So that to look taller, Madeleine wears high heels.
Madeleine buys high heels to look taller.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Many people think Steve stole the money.
The money is though to be stolen by Steve.
It was not Steve who stole the money.
Steve is thought to have stolen the money.
Many people think the money is stolen by Steve.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Maria didn’t apply for the job in the library and regret it now.
check_box Maria wishes she had applied for the job in the library.
Maria wishes she would apply for the job in the library.
Maria wishes she has applied for the job in the library.
Maria wishes she applied for the job in the library.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Mary tried to keep calm although she was very disappointed.
Feeling disappointed, Mary tried to keep calm, but she failed.
Mary lost her temper because of her disappointment.
Disappointed as she was, Mary tried to keep calm.
Mary was too disappointed to keep calm.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: My brother and I went to that school.
check_box I went to that school and so did my brother.
I went to that school and so my brother did, too.
I went to that school and so my brother did.
I go to that school and my brother, too.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: My career as a teacher began 14 years ago.
check_box I have been a teacher for 14 years now.
I have started teaching for 14 years now.
For 14 years have I been a teacher.
I was a teacher for 14 years.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: My husband didn’t leave the car key, so I couldn’t pick him up at the station.
Unless my husband had left the car key, I could have picked him up at the station.
If my husband left the car key, I could have picked him up at the station.
If my husband had left the car key, I could pick him up at the station.
If my husband had left the car key, I could have picked him up at the station.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Nancy isn’t used to walking so far.
Nancy doesn’t like to walk so far.
Nancy isn’t accustomed to walking very far.
Nancy used to walk farther.
Nancy needed help to walk so far.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: No one in our club can speak English as fluently as Mai.
Mai speaks English as fluently as other people in our club.
Mai is the worst English speaker in our club.
Mai speaks English the most fluently in our club.
Mai speaks English more fluently than no one in our club.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: No one in the class is taller than Dave.
Dave is the taller student in the class.
Dave is the tallest student in the class.
Dave is tallest student in the class.
Dave is taller student in the class.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: People believed he won a lot of money on the lottery.
check_box He is believed to have won a lot of money on the lottery.
He is believed that he won a lot of money on the lottery.
He was believed to win a lot of money on the lottery.
He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is believed.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: People must not leave bicycles in the hall.
check_box Bicycles must not be left in the hall.
Bicycles must been not left in the hall.
Bicycles in the hall must not left.
Bicycles in the hall must not being left.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: People should send their complaints to the office.
Their complaints to the office should be sent.
Complaints are sent to the office.
Complaints should be sent to the office.
Complaints should ben send to the office.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Please check for damage before signing the delivery note.
check_box Don’t sign the delivery note without checking.
Don’t sign the delivery note without being checked.
Don’t sign the delivery note but not checking.
Don’t sign the delivery note after checking.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Quang is very good at drawing. His father is a famous painter.
Quang whose father is a famous painter is very good at drawing.
Quang, whose father is a famous painter, is very good at drawing.
Quang, whose father is a famous painter is very good at drawing.
Quang’s father, who is a famous painter, is very good at drawing.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Roses can’t possibly grow in such poor ground.
check_box It is impossible to grow roses in such poor ground.
It is impossible to grow roses in a poor ground.
It is impossible not to grow roses in such poor ground.
It is impossible to grow roses in poor ground.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Sarah wore dark glasses so that no one would recognize her.
Sarah wore dark glasses to avoid being recognized.
Sarah wore dark glasses so that not to be recognized.
Sarah wore dark glasses so as everyone would not recognize her.
Sarah wore dark glasses in order no one would recognize her.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: She knows a lot more about it than I do.
check_box I don’t know as much about it as she does.
I don’t know much about it as she does.
I don’t know as much as she does.
I know less than she does.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: She locked the door so as not to be disturbed.
check_box She locked the door in order that she wouldn’t be disturbed.
She locked the door for her not to be disturbed.
She locked the door so that not to be disturbed
She locked the door to be not disturbed.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: She says she would like to have been put in a higher class.
She wishes she will be put in higher class.
She wishes she is put in higher class.
She wishes she was put in higher class.
She wishes she had been put in higher class.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: She started work three months ago.
check_box It is three months since she started work.
She had been working for three months.
She is working here for three months now.
It’s three months that she worked.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Somebody might have stolen your car.
check_box Your car might have been stolen.
Your car might be stolen.
Your car might have been stolen by somebody.
Somebody might have been stolen your car.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Stop talking or you won’t understand the lesson.
check_box If you don’t stop talking, you won’t understand the lesson.
If you hadn’t stopped talking, you wouldn’t have understood the lesson.
If you don’t stop talking, you wouldn’t understand the lesson.
If you hadn’t sotpped talking, you wouldn’t understand the lesson.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Susan felt sick, because she ate four cream cakes.
check_box If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt sick.
If Susan hasn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt sick.
If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t have felt ill.
If Susan hadn’t eaten four cream cakes, she wouldn’t feel sick.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The accident happened because the train driver ignored a warning light.
check_box If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t have happened.
If the train driver hasn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t have happened.
If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident will not happen.
If the train driver hadn’t ignored a warning light, the accident wouldn’t happen.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The bridge was so low that the bus couldn’t go under it.
It was such a low bridge that the bus can’t go under it.
It was a such low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it.
It was such a low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it.
It was so a low bridge that the bus couldn’t go under it.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The children coulnd’t go swimming because the sea was very rough.
check_box The sea was too rough for the children to go swimming.
The sea was too rough for the children not to go swimming.
The sea was too rough for the children go swimming.
The sea was too rough for the children to go swim.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The crowd became increasingly angry at the long delay.
The longer the delay was, the angrier the crowd became.
The more the crowd became angry at the delay, the longer they feel.
The crowd became very angry because the delay was so long.
The more increasingly the crowd became, the longer the delay was.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The doctor suggested that I should rest.
The doctor advised me to rest.
The doctor advised me should rest.
The doctor advised I to rest.
The doctor advised me resting.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The furniture was so expensive that I didn’t buy.
The furniture was not cheap enough that I didn’t buy.
The furniture was too expensive that I didn’t buy.
The furniture was too expensive for me to buy.
The furniture was such expensive that I didn’t buy.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The girl just said hello. She is Tom’s youngest sister.
The girl, who just said hello, is Tom’s youngest sister.
The girl is saying hello is Tom’s youngest sister.
The girl just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister.
The girl who just said hello is Tom’s youngest sister.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The jumper you knitted for my daughter no longer fits her.
check_box My daughter has grown out of that jumper you knitted for her.
My daughter has grown out that jumper you knitted for her.
My daughter grew out of that jumper you knitted for her.
My daughter will grow out of that jumper you knitted for her.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The last time I went to the museum was a year ago.
A year ago, I often went to the museum.
I have not been to the museum for a year.
My going to the museum lasted a year.
At last I went to the museum after a year.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The meeting was put off because of pressure of time.
People wanted to get away, so the meeting began early.
The meeting was planned to start in a short time.
There was not enough time to hold the meeting.
The meeting lasted much longer than usual.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The noise next door did not stop until after midnight.
It was not until after midnight while the noise next door stopped.
It was not until after midnight that the noise next door stopped.
The noise next door stopped at midnight.
It was until after midnight that the noise next door stopped.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The people watched the game. None of them will ever forget it.
None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it & Nobody that wached the game will ever forget it
None of the people that watched the game will ever forget it.
Nobody that wached the game will ever forget it.
The people watched the game none of whom will ever forget it.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The Prime Minister was determined to remain in office.
check_box The Prime Minister had no intention of giving up office.
The Prime Minister had not intention of giving up office.
The Prime Minister had any intention of giving up office.
The Prime Minister had intention of giving up office.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The result of the match was never in doubt.
check_box At no time was the result of the match never in doubt.
At any time the result of the match was never in doubt.
At not time the result of the match was never in doubt.
At no time the result of the match was never in doubt.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The roads were slippery because it snowed heavily.
The heavy snow made the roads slippery.
Thanks to the slip of the roads, it snowed heavily.
It snowed too heavily to make the roads sippery.
The heavy snow prevented the roads from being slippery.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The sooner you stop smoking cigarettes the better you’ll feel.
When you stop smoking, you’ll begin to feel better.
You feel so much better since he stopped smoking.
As soon as you feel better, you’ll try to stop smoking.
Though you feel better, you still smoke.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The students’ bad behavior should have been severely punished.
check_box The students deserved severe punishement for their bad behavior.
The students deserved severe punishement because their bad behavior.
The students deserved severe punish for their bad behavior.
The students deserved severe punishement thanks for their bad behavior.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The value of sterling has fallen considerably in the past week.
There was a considerable fall in the value of sterling in the past week.
There has been a considerable fall in the value of sterling past week.
There has been a considerable fall in the value of sterling in the past week.
There has been a considerable fall in value of sterling in the past week.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: The woman was too weak to lift the basket.
check_box She was so weak that she couldn’t lift the basket.
The woman lifted the basket, so she wans’t very weak.
Although she was weak, she could lift the basket.
The woman shouldn’t have lifted the basket because she was so weak.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Their dog was so fierce that nobody would visit them.
They had such a fierce dog that nobody would visit them.
They had such fierce dog that nobody would visit them.
They had a such fierce dog that nobody would visit them.
Their dog was too fierce that nobody would visit them.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Their teacher is making them study hard.
They are being made to study hard by their teacher.
They are being made study hard by their teacher.
They are made to study hard by their teacher.
They are made study hard by their teacher.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: There is always trouble when he comes to visit us.
check_box Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.
check_box Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.
check_box Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.
check_box Whenever he comes to visit us, there is trouble.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: They are building a new high way around the city.
check_box A new high way is being built around the city.
A new high way around the city is being built.
Around the city a new high way is being built.
A new high way is been built around the city.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: They are not allowed to go out in the evening by their parents.
Their parents do not want them to go out in the evening.
Although their parents do not allow, they still go out in the evening.
Their parents never let them to go out in the evening.
Going out in the evening is permitted by their parents.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: They cancelled all flights because of fog.
check_box All flights were cancelled because of fog.
All flights were cancelled by them because of foggy.
All flights were because of fog cancelled.
All flights because of fog were cancelled.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: They did not let me in because I was not a member of the club.
They did not allow me to enter because I was not a member of the club.
They invited me although I was not a member of the club.
They asked me to get out of the club because I was not a member.
They invited me to the club as if I had been a member.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: They don’t mind which film they go to.
They don’t mind watching any film.
They don’t like any films that they will go to see.
It doesn’t matter to them which film they go to.
Which film they go to isn’t minded.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: They got success since they took my advice.
If they did not take my advice, they would not get success.
My advice stopped them from getting success.
But for taking my advice, they would not have got success.
They took my advice, and failed.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: This house was built years ago. It is still in very good shape.
This house, which was built years ago, is still in very good shape.
This house, building years ago, is still in very good shape.
This house which was built years ago is still in very good shape.
This house, which built years ago, is still in very good shape.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: This is the first time I attend such an enjoyable wedding party.
My attendance at the first wedding party was enjoyable.
I have never attended an enjoyable wedding party before.
The first wedding party I attended was enjoyable.
I had the first enjoyable wedding party.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: This will be the orchestra’s first performance outside London.
This will be the first time the orchestra performed outside London.
This will be the first time the orchestra will play outside London.
This will be the first time the orchestra has played outside London.
This will be the first time the orchestra played outside London.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Tom is younger than he looks.
check_box Tom isn’t as old as he looks.
Tom isn’t as young as he looks.
Tom is as old as he looks.
Tom isn’t as older as he looks..
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Tom went to Scotland last Friday and is still there.
check_box Tom has been in Scotland since last Friday.
Tom went to Scotland since last Friday.
Tom has been in Scotland last Friday.
Tom has been in Scotland for lat Friday.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: We didn’t have enough money, so we didn’t go on holiday.
check_box If we had had enough money, we could have gone on a holiday.
If we had had enough money, we could go on a holiday.
If we had had enough money, we would go on holiday.
If we had enough money, we could have gone on a holiday.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: What a pity you failed your driving test!
check_box I wish you had passed your driving test.
I wish you passed your driving test.
I wish you will pass your driving test.
I wished you didn’t fail your driving test.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: What particular impressed me was her excellent command of English.
I particularly impressed by her excellent command of English.
I was particularly impressed with her excellent command of English.
I was particularly impressed by her excellent command of English.
I was particularly impressed when her excellent command of English.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: When did you last ride a bike?
check_box How long is it since you rode a bike?
How long ago have you riden a bike?
How long is it when you rode a bike?
How long is it since you ride a bike?
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: When I was young, chocolate was one of my favorites.
check_box Chocolate used to be a favorite of mine when I was a young girl.
My favorite was chocolate as was a little girl.
Being a little girl, I like chocolate.
When very young, I like eating chocolate cakes.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: When they arrived, the good seats were already taken.
We couldn’t get good seats although we arrived early.
They arrived late enough to get good seats.
They had to stand for the whole show.
They didn’t get good seats because they arrived too late.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Why don’t you meet to discuss the pay offer?
check_box I suggest you should meet.
I suggest you would meet.
I suggest you had a meeting.
I suggest you need to meet.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Without this treatment, the patient would have died.
check_box If he hadn’t followed this treatment, the patient would have died.
If he doens’t follow this treatment, the patient would have died.
If he hadn’t followed this treatment, the patient would die.
If he didn’t follow this treatment, the patient would have died.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: Would you mind not smoking here?
I’d rather you not to smoke in here.
I’d rather you didn’t smoke in here.
I’d rather you don’t smoke in here.
I’d rather you not smoke in here.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: You haven’t tided up this room for weeks.
check_box It’s weeks since you tided up this room.
Its weeks when you tide up this room.
It’s weeks since you tide up this room.
Its’ weeks when you tided up this room.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: You should clean this room every day.
check_box This room should be cleaned every day.
This room should been cleaned everyday.
This room should be clean everyday.
This room should clean every day.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence: You’d better take a taxi; it was raining hard outside.
She advised us to take a taxi because it was raining.
You’d better take a taxi in case it was raining.
She didn’t lend us any raincoats but a taxi.
She gave us a lift because it was raining heavily.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:Although his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car.
Despite his leg broken, he managed to get out of the car.
In spite of his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car.
Despite his broken leg, he managed to get out of the car.
Despite his leg was broken, he managed to get out of the car.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:I had better get back to work.
I would rather got to work.
It’s high time I got back to work.
It’s high time I get back to work.
I would like to go back to work.
Select the best choice that has similar meaning to the following sentence:This furniture is so old that it’s not worth keeping.
check_box This is such old furniture that it’s not worth keeping.
This is such an old furniture that it’s not worth keeping.
This is a such old furniture that it’s not worth keeping.
This is such old furniture that it’s not worth be kept.
Select the best choice to complete the following sentence: Having been served lunch, …
A discussion of the problem was made by the members of the committee.
the problem was discussed by the members of the committee.
It was discussed by the committee members the problem.
The committee members discussed the problem.
Select the best choice to complete the following sentence: It’s impossible to cross the road because of the traffic.
The traffic makes people to cross the road.
The traffic makes everyone impossible to cross the road.
The traffic makes it be impossible to cross the road.
The traffic makes it impossible to cross the road.
Select the best choice to complete the following sentence: The chairman requested that…
The members study the problem more carefully.
The problem was more carefulness studied.
With more carefulness the problem would be studied.
The members studied more carefully the program.
Select the best choice to complete the following sentence: The doctor recommended …
That my father eating more fish and no drinking wine.
That my father eat more fish and not drinks wine.
My father that eating more fish and no drinking wine.
My father that to eat more fish and not to drink wine.
What is a negative adverb
abnormally
ilnormally
imnormally
innormally
What is a negative adverb
inhappily
unhappiestly
unhappily
unhappinessly
What kind of word is it? UNLIKELY
a negative adjective
a negative adverb
a positive adjective
a positive adverb

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