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8  Quick Test Intermediate

GRAMMAR 19 Can you ask the manager _____ and see us?
A come ■  B coming ■  C  to come  ■
Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
20 I went online _____ what’s on at the cinema tonight.
Example: My parents _____ in China. A  finding out  ■  B  for find out  ■ 
A  are born  ■  B  were born  ■ ✓  C  to find out  ■
C  was born  ■
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1 It’s very hot. Would you mind _____ the window?
A  you open  ■  B opening ■  C  to open  ■ VOCABULARY
2 ‘I’ve bought a new car.’ Joe said he _____ a new car.
a Tick (✓) the correct word(s) for the definitions,
A bought ■  B  has bought  ■  C  had bought  ■ A, B, or C.
3 In the UK, _____ is banned in all public places these days.
Example: when you can buy things more cheaply
A  to smoke  ■  B smoking ■  C smoke ■
A  sales  ■ ✓   B bargains ■ 
4 ‘You must make a complaint.’ She said I _____ make a C discounts ■
complaint.
A could ■  B  had to  ■  C  have to  ■ 1 to wear clothes in a shop before you buy them
A  put on  ■  B  try on  ■  C fit ■
5 ‘Do you like working here?’ He asked me _____
working there. 2 you can find books but not buy them at this place
A  if I liked  ■  B  if I did like  ■  C  if you liked  ■ A bookshop ■  B library ■ 
C  outlet store  ■
6 She’s really good at _____ names.
A remembering ■  B  to remember  ■  3 you need one of these if you want a refund for
C remember ■ something you’ve bought
A till ■  B receipt ■  C price ■
7 ‘When were you born?’ She asked him when _____.
A  was he born  ■  B  you were born  ■  4 when you look good in something you wear, it ____
C  he was born  ■ you
A suits ■  B fits ■  C  goes with  ■
8 I asked the shop assistant _____ me.
A  for help  ■  B  to help  ■  C help ■ 5 a building that’s full of many different shops
A  department store  ■  B  shopping mall  ■ 
9 The teacher told me _____ talking.
C  outlet store  ■
A  that I stop  ■  B  that I stopped  ■  C  to stop  ■
10 I hope your job interview goes well. Don’t forget _____ b Tick (✓) the correct ending, A, B, or C, to form the
lots of questions! noun.
A  to ask  ■  B asking ■  C ask ■ Example: attract_____
11 I hate _____ online – you can’t try anything on! A -ion ■ ✓   B -ment ■  C -ness ■
A  to shop  ■  B shop ■  C shopping ■
6 deliver_____
12 The policeman told me _____ drive so fast.
A -al ■  B -ment ■  C -y ■
A to ■  B  not to  ■  C not ■
7 argu_____
13 My boss doesn’t let me _____ coffee during meetings.
A -al ■  B -ment ■  C -ation ■
A drink ■  B  to drink  ■  C drinking ■
8 attach_____
14 She _____ me that she was French, but she lived in
A -ment ■  B -ing ■  C -ation ■
Berlin.
9 respons_____
A told ■  B said ■  C asked ■
A -ation ■  B -e ■  C -ment ■
15 ‘I’ll help you.’ He said he ______ me.
10 complain_____
A help ■  B  would help  ■  C helped ■
A -ation ■  B -ment ■  C -t ■
16 ‘I spoke to my boss.’ He said that he _____ to his boss.
11 achieve_____
A  would speak  ■  B  had spoken  ■ 
C speaks ■ A -ment ■  B -ation ■  C -al ■
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‘Are you good at maths?’ She _____ if I was good at maths. 12 explan_____
A told ■  B said ■  C asked ■ A -ation ■  B -ity ■  C -tion ■
18 I’m saving up _____ a new laptop. 13 compens_____
A  to buy  ■  B  for buying  ■  C  so I buy  A -ment ■  B -ation ■  C -e ■

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8  Quick Test Intermediate

c Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with PRONUNCIATION


work words.
a Which word has a different sound? Tick (✓) A, B,
Example: You need good _____ to get that job. or C.
A  qualifications  ■ ✓   B qualities ■ 
Example: A van  ■  B tram  ■  C lane  ■

C qualification ■
14 Tina’s just had a _____! She’s a senior manager now.
1 A paid  ■  B repair  ■  C fair  ■
A resignation ■  B qualification ■  2 A obtain  ■  B painting  ■  C mountain  ■
C promotion ■ 3 A email  ■  B said  ■  C complain  ■
15 My current job is temporary. I’m looking for a _____ 4 A obtain  ■ B airline  ■  C repair  ■
job. 5 A complain  ■  B bargain  ■  C certain  ■
A permanent ■  B full-time ■ 
C part-time ■ b Which is the stressed syllable? Tick (✓) A, B, or C.
16 That new company looks great. I’m going to _____ Example: A  exciting  ■
✓  B exciting  ■ 
for a job there. C exciting  ■
A work ■  B apply ■  C resign ■
6 A overtime  ■  B overtime  ■ C 
overtime  ■
17 It’s a _____ job. I only work three hours a day.
7 A experience  ■  B experience  ■ 
A full-time ■  B part-time ■  C experience  ■
C temporary ■
8 A permanent  ■  B permanent  ■ 
18 In the UK most men _____ when they are 65. C permanent  ■
A retire ■  B resign ■ 
9 A qualifications  ■ B qualifications  ■ 
C  are self-employed  ■
C qualifications  ■
19 Juan was unhappy in his job so he _____ and found
10 A redundant  ■ B redundant  ■ 
another one.
C redundant  ■
A retired ■  B  was sacked  ■  C resigned ■
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20 Diana’s company was doing badly and she was made
_____. Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50
A retired ■  B redundant ■  C resigned ■

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