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9  Quick Test Intermediate

GRAMMAR 17 Do you include _____ meat in your diet?


A much ■  B many ■  C  a lot  ■
Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
18 I’m not _____ to vote. I’m only 16.
Example: My parents _____ in China. A  enough old  ■  B  old enough  ■  C  too old  ■
A  are born  ■  B  were born  ■ ✓ 
19 If you’d told me you were leaving, I _____ you a lift.
C  was born  ■
A  could give  ■  B  had given  ■ 
1 If you _____ me, I would have been in serious trouble. C  could have given  ■
A  didn’t help  ■  B  hadn’t helped  ■  20 I would never _____ bought this computer if I’d known
C  haven’t helped  ■ how slow it was.
2 She _____ have asked him for help if she’d known he A had ■  B would ■  C have ■
would be late. 20
A hadn’t ■  B didn’t ■  C wouldn’t ■
3 We don’t have _____ shops in our village. VOCABULARY
A no ■  B none ■  C any ■
a Tick (✓) A, B, or C for the positive  +   or
4 There’s more crime because there are very _____
negative  --   adjectives or adverbs.
policemen on the streets these days.
A little ■  B few ■  C enough ■ Example: luck  --   adverb = _____
5 We would have got here earlier if we _____ got lost. A  unluckily  ■ ✓   B unlucky ■ 
C luckily ■
A hadn’t ■  B had ■  C haven’t ■
6 If my husband had taken that job, we _____ moved to 1 patience  +   adverb = _____
London. A patient ■  B patiently ■ 
A would ■  B had ■  C  would have  ■ C impatiently ■
7 We must finish this job quickly. We don’t have _____ 2 fortune  --   adjective = _____
time left. A unfortunately ■  B unfortunate ■ 
A much ■  B many ■  C  a lot  ■ C fortunate ■
8 There are only _____ parks in this city – just two or 3 luck  +   adverb = _____
three. A luckily ■  B lucky ■  C unluckily ■
A few ■  B  a few  ■  C  a little  ■ 4 care  --   adverb = _____
9 She wouldn’t have eaten the cake if she _____ it had A careless ■  B carelessly ■  C carefully ■
nuts in it. 5 comfort  +   adjective = _____
A  ’d known  ■  B  ’d knew  ■  C  ’s known  ■ A comfortably ■  B uncomfortable ■ 
10 There were _____ people in the supermarket so we left C comfortable ■
without buying anything.
A  too much  ■  B  too many  ■  C too ■ b Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with
nouns, adjectives or adverbs.
11 If I _____ known your number, I would have called you.
A had ■  B have ■  C  would have  ■ Example: We were really ______ to miss the train.
A  unlucky  ■ ✓   B unluckily ■ 
12 You spend too _____ time playing those computer
C lucky ■
games!
A many ■  B  plenty of  ■  C much ■ 6 Josh can be very ______ with people when he’s in a
13 If I hadn’t missed that train, we _____ never have met! bad mood.
A will ■  B should ■  C might ■ A impatience ■  B impatient ■ 
C impatiently ■
14 We don’t have _____ to take a taxi. We’ll have to walk.
7 These shoes are really _____.
A  enough money  ■  B  money enough  ■
C  plenty of money  ■ A uncomfortably ■  B uncomfortable ■ 
C comfortably ■
15 He has a _____ of friends. He’s very sociable.
8 Do this exercise very _____ – it’s difficult!
A lots ■  B lot ■  C plenty ■
A careful ■  B carefully ■  C carelessly ■
16 I would have gone to the party if I _____ been ill.
A hadn’t ■  B had ■  C haven’t ■

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9  Quick Test Intermediate

9 We had a lot of _____ with the traffic and got there PRONUNCIATION
early.
A luck ■  B lucky ■  C luckily ■
a Which word has a different sound? Tick (✓) A, B,
or C.
10 I dropped my glass on the carpet, but _____ it was
empty. Example: A van  ■  B tram ■  C lane  ■

A fortune ■  B fortunate ■  1 A bought  ■  B daughter  ■  C laugh  ■
C fortunately ■ 2 A thought  ■  B through  ■  C caught  ■
c Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with 3 A cough  ■  B enough  ■  C tough  ■
words about electronic devices. 4 A brought  ■  B thought  ■  C although  ■
Example: Your music is too loud! Use your ______. 5 A tough  ■  B daughter  ■  C thought  ■
A  headphones  ■ ✓   B speakers ■ 
C keyboard ■
b Which is the stressed syllable? Tick (✓) A, B, or C.
Example: A  exciting  ■
✓  B exciting  ■ 
11 Where’s the ______ control for the TV?
C exciting  ■
A socket ■  B remote ■  C keyboard ■
12 This memory _____ has all my work on it. 6 A adaptor  ■ B adaptor  ■  C adaptor  ■
A stick ■  B socket ■  C switch ■ 7 A experiment  ■  B experiment  ■ 
C  experiment  ■
13 We need a longer USB _____.
A socket ■  B mouse ■  C cable ■ 8 A comfortably  ■  B comfortably  ■ 
C  comfortably  ■
14 You need an adaptor because the _____ are different
in this country. 9 A impatient  ■  B impatient  ■ 
A sockets ■  B cables ■  C switches ■ C impatient  ■
15 Where is the off _____ on this DVD player? 10 A disconnect  ■  B disconnect  ■ 
C disconnect  ■
A plug ■  B button ■  C cable ■
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d Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with
phrasal verbs. Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50

16 It’s time for bed. Can you _____ the TV?


A  switch on  ■  B  switch over  ■ 
C  switch off  ■
17 Could you _____ this hairdryer in for me, please?
A unplug ■  B plug ■  C switch ■
18 I’m trying to sleep! Turn that radio _____!
A down ■  B up ■  C on ■
19 I’ve finished using this laptop. Shall I _____?
A  switch it off  ■  B  switch off it  ■ 
C  switch it on  ■
20 I was late because I forgot to _____ the alarm on my
phone.
A turn ■  B switch ■  C set ■
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