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GRAMMAR 16 Which singer _____ the competition?


A did win B was won Cwon
Tick () A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
17 You wont forget to lock the door, _____ you?
Example: _____ you go for a meal last night? Ado Bwill Cwont
ADo BDid CDoes
18 I really _____ you can come to my party.
1 Why _____ to come to the concert? A do hope B did hope C can hope
A dont you want B you dont want 19 The _____ it costs, the fewer people will buy it.
C you not want Aamount Bmore Cbetter
2 Can you remember when _____? A I finished the test in five minutes.
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A starts the film B does the film start B _____ you really?!
C the film starts
ADid BDo CHave
3 _____ all the orange juice?
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A Who did drink B Which drink
C Who drank
VOCABULARY
4 Could you tell us what time _____?
A the bank opens B opens the bank a Tick () the correct adjective, A, B, or C.
C does the bank open Example: a person who is fairly relaxed
5 I dont like jazz, but my sister _____. Aopen-minded Beasy-going
Adoes Bis Clikes Cabsent-minded
6 A We didnt think the food was very good. 1 someone who doesnt go to emotional extremes
B _____ did we. Abad-tempered Btight-fisted
ASo BNeither CNo Cwell-balanced
7 A Sally got the job she wanted. 2 the kind of person who gets angry easily
B _____ she? Thats fantastic. Aeasy-going Bbad-tempered
ADo BHave CDid Cstrong-willed
8 _____? He sounds American. 3 a person who is arrogant about their own abilities
A From where comes he? Abig-headed Bself-confident
B Where does he come from? Cwell-balanced
C From where does he come? 4 someone who expresses on opinion to you and then
9 I wonder how long _____? the opposite to other people
A will the talk last B does the talk last Aopen-minded Bwell-balanced
C the talk will last Ctwo-faced
10 Does anyone know where _____? 5 someone who doesnt like spending money and tries
A Mike works B does Mike work to avoid it
C Mike does work Astrong-willed Btight-fisted
11 Your dad can play the piano, _____ he? Cbad-tempered
Acan Bcant Cdoesnt 6 someone who often forgets things
12 The _____ you finish this job, the sooner you can leave. Aeasy-going Babsent-minded
Aquick B more quickly Cquicker Claid-back
A Do you think Jack is going to come?
13 7 someone who has a limited way of thinking about
B Yes, I _____. He promised he would. things
Aam Bdo Cthink Astrong-willed Babsent-minded
Cnarrow-minded
14 Rob works as a waiter, _____ he?
Aisnt Bdoesnt Cis 8 someone who thinks only about their own needs,
not other peoples
A You forgot to text me Andys phone number
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Aself-confident Bself-centred
yesterday.
Cbig-headed
B Thats not true, I _____ it! I remember perfectly.
A did send B didnt send
C was sending

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b Tick () A, B, or C to complete the sentences. PRONUNCIATION


Example: Frank never remembers things. Hes _____ a Which word has a different sound? Tick () A, B,
absent-minded. or C.
Abit Bextremely Cquite
Example: Acough Bcheerful

9 My boss is always interested in new ideas hes Cstomach
_____ open-minded.
1 Aillegible Bbandage Ccolleague
A a bit Bquite Cvery
2 Asucceed Baccurate Caccent
10 Will is _____ laid-back. Nothing can make him
angry. 3 Abizarre Bsignature Csign
A a bit Bincredibly Cquite 4 Aexplanation Bfurniture
11 Ed is _____ big-headed he thinks hes brilliant at Cfortune
everything he does. 5 Aoutskirts Bdisheartened
A a bit Bextremely Cpretty C earliest
12 Hes _____ easy-going so hell probably agree with b Which is the correctly stressed syllable? Tick ()
your plan. A, B, or C.
Arather B a bit Cvery
Example: Apossessive Bpossessive

13 Ann never ever thinks about other peoples feelings. Cpossessive
Shes _____ self-centred.
Arather Bincredibly C a bit 6 Apersonality Bpersonality
Cpersonality
14 Peter doesnt get angry ever hes _____
good-tempered. 7 Apioneer Bpioneer Cpioneer
Aextremely Brather C a bit 8 Asignature Bsignature
Csignature
c Tick () A, B, or C to complete the sentences. 9 Aincredibly Bincredibly
Example: When I have too much work to do, I get Cincredibly
_____. 10 Afurniture Bfurniture
Aflapped Bflustered Cfurniture
Ccrushed 10
15 There were over a hundred _____ for the job.
Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50
Aapplicants Binterviewers
Cheadhunters
16 If someone asks you a difficult question, you have to
think on your _____.
Ahead Btoes Cfeet
17 I think shes the best _____ for the job.
Acandidate Bapplicant
Cjob-seeker
18 The interviewer asked some strange questions
some of them were _____!
Aboring Bself-confident
Cbizarre
19 Someone from a _____ agency phoned today and
offered me a better job.
Aheadhunter Brecruitment
Cjob-seeker
20 You need to be self-confident _____ arrogant.
A rather than B as well as
C less than
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