English Levels Test
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Имя
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1. Make questions.
Match the two halves of the questions.
1.1.
... usually visit your city?
... an airport?
... your city?
... in the centre?
... they visit the city?
When do tourists ...
Does the city have ...
Where exactly is ...
Do you live ...
Why do ...
1.2.
... 's your job?
... student or do you work?
... study?
... live with?
... in your city?
What ...
Are you a ...
What do you ...
Who do you ...
Is there a university ...
2. What are the mistakes in the sentences?
Write the whole correct sentence. There is only one mistake in each sentence.
2.1. Are there any museum in Madrid?
1 point
Your answer
2.2. My father is a accountant.
1 point
Your answer
2.3. Peter and John fly planes. They're lawyers.
1 point
Your answer
3. Choose the correct word.
LIFE IN THE FAST LINE

There aren't very [3.1.] ... good reasons to watch this film. Yes, it has [3.2.] ... beautiful people, but it has [3.3.] ... bad story, and how [3.4.] ... time does a film need for fast cars and explosions?

[3.1.] ...
1 point
[3.2.] ...
1 point
[3.3.] ...
1 point
[3.4.] ...
1 point
5. Delete the extra word in sentences.
Write the whole correct sentence. There is only one extra word in each sentence.
5.1. The two boys in Machuca live in the Chile.
1 point
Your answer
5.2. Can you to ride a horse?
1 point
Your answer
5.3. You borrow books from a library shop.
1 point
Your answer
5.4. Planes are the faster than trains or cars.
1 point
Your answer
5.5. A broccoli is high in vitamins.
1 point
Your answer
5.6. We haven't got a lot of much money.
1 point
Your answer
5.7. I'd like to 20 bottles of water, please.
1 point
Your answer
5.8. You should to keep your purse in your bag.
1 point
Your answer
5.9. Will they to speak good English at the end of the course?
1 point
Your answer
5.10. Have you ever have lived abroad?
1 point
Your answer
5.11. I haven't never been to Australia.
1 point
Your answer
6. Read the email. Choose the best word, a), b) or c), for gaps 1-9.
Dear Susie,

[6.1.] ... are things? I'm emailing you from a petrol station. The petrol, or what Americans call [6.2.] ... , is really cheap here. I can fill the car for about $20 and drive across California! The [6.3.] ... are like our motorways but a lot [6.4.] ... and ten times longer. I'm driving a big American car - it's so big that yesterday, I couldn't drive it out of the parking [6.5.] ... (that's car park for you!).

It's Mum's birthday next week. I think she'd like a [6.6.] ... camera. Are they expensive? In the United States everything is so cheap compared with the UK. I found trainers for about £5 at a shop called The Big Shoe [6.7.] ... , so I bought two pairs. And I also got some gold [6.8.] ... heels. I can't walk in them but they look wonderful!

[6.9.] ... for now.

Camilla

[6.1.] ...
1 point
[6.2.] ...
1 point
[6.3.] ...
1 point
[6.4.] ...
1 point
[6.5.] ...
1 point
[6.6.] ...
1 point
[6.7.] ...
1 point
[6.8.] ...
1 point
[6.9.] ...
1 point
7. Write in the missing preposition in each sentence.
Write the whole correct sentence.
7.1. How much did you pay these books?
1 point
Your answer
7.2. A lot of companies are doing business the Internet.
1 point
Your answer
7.3. First all, it's an interesting place to visit.
1 point
Your answer
7.4. We saw that film the day yesterday.
1 point
Your answer
7.5. She married three different men her life.
1 point
Your answer
8. Read the text about Iceland.
More dramatic than the Canary Islands, more peaceful than European cities, but only the same distance away – that’s Iceland!

This island in the North Atlantic is larger than England and Wales, but few people live here – only about 290,000, with over half in the capital city, Reykjavik. Iceland has been independent from Denmark since 1944 and the capital comes alive on Independence Day (June 16) when Reykjavik feels more crowded than London.

But people don’t usually visit Iceland for the city life. This is a country of amazing landscapes – blue lakes and lagoons, fast rivers and waterfalls, mountains and volcanoes that erupt frequently. Mount Hekla, in the south of the country, has erupted sixteen times in the last 1,000 years, and, in one of the most violent eruptions of recent times, the volcano on the island of Heimaey almost destroyed the town in 1973.

True or false?
true
false
The Canary Islands are less dramatic than Iceland.
Not many people live in Iceland.
London never feels less crowded than Reykjavik.
Iceland has been independent for less than 50 years.
The volcano on Heimaey has erupted sixteen times.
9. Read the article about neuromarketing and complete gaps 1-11 with the words below.
NEUROMARKETING THE ADVERTISER’S DREAM!

I [9.1.] … before how much I liked one brand of cream cheese more than any other. But apparently my brain does! That was the conclusion of Dr Larry Farwell. He [9.2.] … electrodes on my head and, while I was looking at adverts of cheese, he [9.3.] … the ‘response’ of my brain. If he [9.4.] … me a special brand of cream cheese, my brain would ‘spike’.

This kind of information can be extremely useful for advertisers. For example, if you wanted to know what packaging attracts which type of customer, this test [9.5.] … you.

The good news for companies is that ‘neuromarketing’ [9.6.] … more and more available in the future. Advertising companies think it will be [9.7.] … than traditional market research. As one advertiser told me, ‘If you interview consumers, they [9.8.] … able to say why they buy a brand. So the results can be misleading. On the other hand, if you could get inside their brain, then it would be the [9.9.] … form of market research in the world!’

It would also be a [9.10.] … cheaper. The advertising industry currently spends around $10 billion a year on finding out if adverts are effective. Dr Farwell’s test could reduce that bill. But not everyone is [9.11.] … happy as the advertisers. Critics say that reading our brains is unethical and unsafe.

[9.1.] ...
2 points
[9.2.] ...
2 points
[9.3.] ...
2 points
[9.4.] ...
2 points
[9.5.] ...
2 points
[9.6.] ...
2 points
[9.7.] ...
2 points
[9.8.] ...
2 points
[9.9.] ...
2 points
[9.10.] ...
2 points
[9.11.] ...
2 points
10. There is one incorrect word in each sentence.
Find the mistakes and correct them. Write the whole correct sentence.
10.1. He did an own goal when he was late for the test.
3 points
Your answer
10.2. You should always think before you say.
3 points
Your answer
10.3. Are you sure or did you see it on the grapevine?
3 points
Your answer
10.4. Jane, would you like to start the topic rolling?
3 points
Your answer
10.5. This project is a whole modern ball game for me.
3 points
Your answer
10.6. Police officers can never put their eye off the ball.
3 points
Your answer
10.7. We will have combining all your results to find the average speed.
3 points
Your answer
10.8. A young man wearing jeans, who did been sitting in the seat, got up as the old lady entered the railway carriage.
3 points
Your answer
11. Read the text below and choose the correct answer.
BRAD PITT – ACTOR OR ARCHITECT?

Brad Pitt is currently one of the world’s biggest international [11.1.] … . Constantly chased by the [11.2.] … , he lives a life in which he is permanently in the limelight. But although acting has brought Pitt wealth and fame, it seems that his true passion is architecture.

His interest began in 2001 when he [11.3.] … a [11.4.] … mansion in Beverly Hills. He asked Frank Gehry, the Canadian architect who designed the [11.5.] … Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, to help him with the design and the two became good friends.

Now Gehry has received a [11.6.] … to build a $250 million seafront development in the English seaside town of Hove, and he has asked Pitt to help him with the project. This [11.7.] … between a film star and a famous architect is a new development in the world of design. The drawings produced so far show a very [11.8.] … structure covered in metal. Gehry’s designs are always [11.9.] … and [11.10.] … , and this scheme may not be popular with local residents who are more familiar with the [11.11.] … Victorian architecture of the area. But there are rumours that Pitt may buy one of the apartments in the development, which might well [11.12.] … the objections of the locals.

[11.1.] ...
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[11.2.] ...
1 point
[11.3.] ...
2 points
[11.4.] ...
3 points
[11.5.] ...
3 points
[11.6.] ...
2 points
[11.7.] ...
2 points
[11.8.] ...
3 points
[11.9.] ...
3 points
[11.10.] ...
3 points
[11.11.] ...
2 points
[11.12.] ...
3 points
12. Write a story.
Look at the photo.

Write what you see in the photo:
- Who do you see in the photo?
- Where are the people?
- What are they doing?
- Why are they doing it?
- What might happen later?

Write at least 100 words.

10 points
Your answer
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