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English Level Test

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This is a 30 question test and each test has new questions.

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Your English Level will be displayed on screen after the final question.

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Choose the correct expression to complete this sentence: Reports of hurricane winds and heavy rain are increasing. Many cities have issued _________.

2 / 30

Before making a decision, the Manager considered all …… of the argument.

3 / 30

Which sentence is correct?

4 / 30

Which sentence uses the articles ‘a/an/the’ correctly?

5 / 30

I’m sorry – I didn’t …… to disturb you.

6 / 30

Which phrasal verb best fits the space in this dialogue: A: When did you ______ up with your boyfriend? B: Oh, I told him last night. I didn’t think he would ______ down in tears when I told him.

7 / 30

The singer ended the concert …… her most popular song.

8 / 30

Which third conditional sentence is correct?

9 / 30

If ….. I’ll tell him you called

10 / 30

Shall we go to the gym now?

11 / 30

I would like to buy______nice car.

12 / 30

I wish you ….. all the time.

13 / 30

Look at the infinitive – past simple – past participle forms of the verb ‘break’: break – broke – broken. Which of the following verbs has the same rhyming pattern as ‘break’?

14 / 30

Would you mind …… me the newspaper please?

15 / 30

Choose the correct paragraph

16 / 30

I left my last job in London because I had no …… to travel to other countries.

17 / 30

The company needs to decide …… and for all what its position is on this point.

18 / 30

I can’t understand this email.

19 / 30

‘Let’ and ‘allow’ have similar meanings, but which sentence is correct?

20 / 30

It was only three days ago …… he started his new job.

21 / 30

The middle of an apple which we don’t eat is called the:

22 / 30

….. is bad for you.

23 / 30

In this spoken sentence, what does I‘d…I‘d represent? “If I’d seen the thief, I’d have called the police.”

24 / 30

Philip’s house is somewhere in the …… of the bank.

25 / 30

Where ….. when you met them?

26 / 30

Which expression can be used instead of ‘let’s go’, when you’re suggesting to leave somewhere together with others?

27 / 30

Whenever there was a visitor, the dog ….. to the door.

28 / 30

Which sentence uses ‘neither’ correctly?

29 / 30

Choose the correct sentence

30 / 30

The shop didn’t have the jacket I wanted, but they’ve …… a one specially for me.

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