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New Opportunities -Intermediate (Test and Key)

New Opportunities -Intermediate (Test and Key)

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1 Write the correct form of the Present Simple,the Present Continuous or the Present Perfect.
My friend Mike
1
(live) in Cambridge but each winterhe
2
(go) to Spain. He
3
(attend) severalSpanish language courses since he started going thereand now he
4
(speak) Spanish quite well. While heis in Spain, he
5
(go) mountain climbing and he
6
(climb) all the important mountains at least once.Unfortunately, he broke his leg last month so at themoment he
7
(read) and
8
(watch) a lot oftelevision. Usually he
9
(not watch) muchtelevision, but since his accident he
10
(see) atleast two films every day.
(Score 10)
2 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form
of
the Present Simple or the Present Continuous.
1 He can't come with us because he (have) abroken arm.2 (your friend/know) how to sky surf?3 A: (you/enjoy) the trip?B: Yes, thanks. It's great.4 A: Where's Tim?B: He .... (look) at the view from the bridge.
5 I (love) bungee jumping.
6 We (realise) it´s quite a dangerous sport.7 He (not/learn) to snowboard.8 They (hate) all extreme sports..9 They (not/understand) why we gomountaineering.10 He (think) about his sister. She's taking herdriving test today.
(Score 10)
3 Mark these sentences Right (R) or Wrong (W).Correct the wrong sentences.
1 I'd quite like to going skiing2 They love trying new sports3 I'd hate to do a bungee jump4 I can't stand extreme sports5 I'd prefer to playing tennis(Score 5)4
Write
has 
or
is 
next to each sentence to showwhat the
's 
in each sentence means.
1 Neil's an interesting man2 He's walked across the Libyan Desert3 He's making a film about his latest expedition4 He's almost finished writing a book about
mountaineering
5 His brother's a keen traveller, too(Score 5)
5 Complete the sentences with the correct formof these verbs. One of the verbs is used twice.
explore, go, go on, visit1 You should Paris while you are in Europe.2 I'd like to the Sahara Desert..3 Why don't we canoeing at the weekend?4 I'd hate to a cruise. I'd be bored.5 We didn't have time to the Science Museum.(Score 5)
6 Complete the dialogue with adjectives,adverbs or verbs formed from the nouns inbrackets.
Tom: Why did Helena want to cycle across the United
States?
Ann: Well she's always been an
1
(ambition) cyclistbut I don't think she knew how
2
(difficulty)and
3
(challenge) it would be.Tom: What happened?Ann: Well, although Helena usually
4
(organisation) things very well, she didn't planher route
5
(care) enough. She chose an
6
(excitement) but
7
(exhaustion) route.Unfortunately, she had an accident in Denverand after that she was
8
(desperation)tired. However, she eventually
9
(success)in finishing. She later described it as 'a valuable
10
(education) experience'!
(Score 10)
7 Complete the sentences with these multi-parverbs. There is one extra multi-part verb.
get across, go through with, set up, put on,take up, turn up1 I don't think I can the parachute jump - I'm tJfrightened.2 Please arrive early and the gym equipment.3 She always first.4 I want to horse-riding.5 Nobody understands what he is trying to(Score 5)
Total score: 50
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Test 1 (Module 1)
 
1 Complete the text with the verbs in bracketsin the Past Simple, the Past Continuous
or
thePast
Perfect.Last Saturday, Maria went with three friends to thecinema. She arrived first and
1
(decide) to buy somepopcorn. She
2
(look) in her bag for her moneywhen she
3
(realise) that she
4
(leave) herpurse at home. Her friends met her as she
5
(walk)back home. Fortunately, one of them
6
(lend) hersome money. By the time they got into the cinema, thefilm
7
(start) and they
8
(miss) the first sceneso they never
9
(find out) why all the people in thevillage were extremely tall and
10
(have) green hair.
(Score 10)
2
Put the verbs in brackets in the Past Perfectand put the adverbs in the correct position inthe sentences.
1 She was so upset because he (write/never) toher.2 She knew the town well because she (stay/often)there with her parents when she was a child.3 (she steal/ever) any money before?4 They (live/always) in the country before movingto Chicago in 1990.5 He (not tell/already) you the news, had he?
(Score 5)
3 Complete the table with the affirmative,negative and question forms of
used to 
and
would.
Affirmative Negative Question
(used to)
He
1
used to 
He
2 3
helike westerns, like musicals, like war films?
(would)
They
4
go They
5 6
theyto the cinema go to the go dancing atevery week. theatre. the weekend?(Score 5)
4 Cross out
would 
in sentences where it is notappropriate.
1 My father used to /would work as a bus driver.2 My grandparents used to / would visit us at theweekend.3 They used to / would give me some pocket money.4 We used to / would live in a flat in London.5 I used to / would buy my favourite sweets every
Saturday.
(Score 5)
5 Complete the sentences with
would 
or
had 
andthe appropriate form of the verb.
1 He (write) his book ten years before the filmwas made.2 Ann (look after) her sister in the evenings whileher mother was at work.3 Paul wasn't at work when I phoned because he(go) home early.4 When Clare was younger, she (dance) all night.5 His friends phoned the lawyer immediately after thepolice (arrest) him.(Score 5)
6 Circle the most
appropriate
modifier.
1 She's an incredibly / absolutely wealthy woman. Theysay she's a multi-millionaire.2 Whas the matter with Sue? She doesn't lookquite / very happy.3 His acting was superb - he was completely / ratherconvincing in his role.4 I think she drives a bit / extremely too fast.5 The story is about a totally / really poor family in the1930s.(Score 5)7 Complete the multi-part
verbs.
Tony fell
1
Lynda when he saw her in the collegeproduction of
Romeo and Juliet.
She's a really niceperson as well as being very pretty so it was easy to seewhat he saw
2
her. She went
3
him a fewtimes but then she broke
4
him. She said hehad fallen
5
love Juliet, not with her!(Score 5)
8 Circle the most
appropriate linking
words.
1
By the time / After Pete and Sue left the party, thelast bus had gone,
2
then / so they derided to walkhome. They were crossing the High Street
3
when / whilethere was a power cut. All the lights in the streets andshops went out.
4
Luckily / Just then. Sue had a torch.They had almost reached their flat when the lights
5
immediately / suddenly came on again.(Score 5)
9 Complete the sentences with these words.
There
is one extra word.
actor, historical, part, situation, plot, scenesIn the film
Gladiator,
the
1
Russell Crow plays the
2
.... of the gladiator. The
3
is based on the truestory of a Roman soldier. The
4
of old Rome areamazing. If you like
5
films, you'll enjoy
Gladiator.
(Score 5)
Total score: 50
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Test 2 (Module 2)
 
Test 3 (Module 3)
1 Complete the sentences with the PresentPerfect Continuous form of the verbs inbrackets.
1 Sorry I'm late (you/wait) long?
2 A: You look tired. B: Yes, I (not/sleep) very well.3 He (work) harder this term and his marks are
better.
4 You're very wet (it/rain)?5 They (not/learn) Spanish very long.(Score 5)
2 Complete the sentences
with either
thePresent Perfect Simple or the Present
Perfect
Continuous form of the verbs in brackets.
1 He's late because he (help) his father.2 You can borrow my bike now that I (repair) it.3 She passed her driving test in 1953 so she(drive) for over fifty years.4 My legs hurt because I (run).5 They (decide) to walk into town.6 I don't want to see that film. I (see) it twice.7 They (build) the new bypass since 2000 - Idon't think they'll ever finish it.8 This phone bill is enormous! (you/phone) yourfriends in Australia?9 Here's Susan. She (arrive) at last. Now we canstart.10 She (go) to judo classes recently and she reallylikes it.(Score 10)
3 Circle the correct word.
1 Did you paint this picture vou / yourself?2 The College Principal her / herself thanked eachstudent for their help.3 They asked me to give the money to them / themselves.4 He worked too hard and made him / himself ill.5 I don't think they like me / myself.6 We email each other / ourselves almost everyday.7 They are very good friends and phone themselves / one another two or three times a week.8 We never buy us / each other birthday presents.9 Cats are clean animals and are always washingthem / themselves.10 Although they hadn't met for years, they recognisedeach other / themselves at once.
(Score 10)
4
Complete the sentences with these linking
words.
There is one extra linking
word.although, in addition, as well as, but, however, plus1 We left home in plenty of time we got stuck in atraffic jam and missed our flight.2 he's always worked in London, he doesn't reallylike cities.3 Our hotel was new and comfortable , it was on anoisy road and we couldn't get to sleep.4 Traffic is becoming more congested on our roads., it is causing more pollution.5 I can recommend this restaurant - the food isexcellent, the prices are reasonable the waitersare helpful.(Score 5)
5 Complete the multi-part verbs in thesentences.
After checking
1
their luggage, they went
2
Customs. Their flight went
3
Gate 23. The planetook
4
on time and they got
5
Paris two hours
later.
(Score 5)
6 Complete the sentences with
the
correct verb.
1 She was late for work because she the bus.2 A: Can I traveller's cheques in the hotel?B: Yes sir, at Reception.3 It was a good meeting. John several very helpfulsuggestions.4 What time do you usually lunch?5 We'll a lot of time if we go by taxi instead ofwalking.(Score 5)7
Complete the sentences
with
appropriate'travel'
words. There
are three extra words.
accident, aisle, baggage, belt, card, carriage, jam, lockerpassport, pedestrian, platform, roadworks, seat
On a plane 
1 When I travel by plane, I prefer to have an seatrather than a window seat.2 I usually put my hand luggage in the overheadin the plane.3 Don't lose your boarding - you'll need it to geton the plane.
In
ca
4 Remember to fasten your seat before we driveoff.5 We were stuck for over an hour in a traffic onthe motorway.6 We could see two ambulances on the road in front ofus so we knew there had been an7 They've been repairing this road for weeks and theare causing a lot of delays.8 Don't cross the road here. It's safer to cross on thecrossing over there.
On a train 
9 Hurry up. Our train's waiting at 5. It goes inthree minutes.10 We've reserved our seats on the train. They're seatnumbers 13 and 14 in D.
(Score 10)
Total score: 50
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