Test (V term)


  1. Bob always adds much salt to his food.

A. enough                   B. very                                   C. too


  1. That dress Marie perfectly.

A. fits                         B. fitting                     C. is fitting


  1. My best friend, parents come from Mexico, is a film director.

A. whom                    B. whose                    C. which


  1. I have got three pairs of shoes, none of are black.

A. which                     B. all                           C. whom


  1. Tommy his toys on the stairs; hes very naughty.

A. is always leaving               B. had always left

C. has always left


  1. By the time she has finished doing her homework, it dark outside.

A. was                        B. was being               C. is


  1. My grandparents have living in the same neighbourhood for fifty years.

A. being                      B. be                           C. been


  1. We plans for our trip to Australia when you called last night.

A. had made               B. were making          C. made


  1. The children flowers for two hours before they realised the time.

A. pick                                   B. had been picking   C. were picking


  1. Was the water warm for the children to swim in?

A. too                         B. very                                   C. enough


  1. Mary me that she was moving to Cornwall the following year.

A. said                                    B. told                        C. asked


  1. He to drive me into the city centre.

A. agreed                    B. threatened              C. ordered


  1. The teacher told us that water at 0ºC

A. frozen                    B. freezes                   C. had frozen


  1. Julie going shopping at the new Fairfax centre.

A. demanded             B. warned                   C. suggested.


  1. Victoria said that she was going to the circus the week.

A. last                         B. that                        C. following


  1. They said that they early the next morning.

A. had been leaving   B. would leave           C. had left     



  1. You very happy now Yes, I ... about the letter.

A. arent seeming am thinking

B. dont seem think                     

C. dont seem am thinking           


  1. Dont put the dictionary away. I it.

A. am using                B. use                         C. wont use


  1. Margaret to work, she well.

A. didnt go wasnt feeling

B. hasnt gone didnt feel

C. wasnt going wasnt feeling


  1. She asked me .

A. did I remember her                       B. if did I remember her

C. whether I remembered her