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Wybierz oddział

I a) Choose the correct word or words. / Wybierz właściwe słowo lub słowa.

Example: What is your address?

1) Hello. My is Peter Pan.

2) Where he from?

3) He Italy.

4) I am engineer.

I b) Fill in „s“, „es“, „’s“ or nothing. / Wstaw "s", "es", "'s" lub pozostaw puste.

Example: These cars are very expensive.

5) There are three apple on the table.

6) How old are these women ?

7) Elizabeth is Paul boss.

I c) Write a sentence. Use all of the words. / Ułóż zdanie. Użyj wszystkich słów.

Example: does, where, she, work……? Where does she work?

8) Japan, come, we, from

9) don’t, they, classical, like, music?

10) tell, the, time, me, can, you?

11) have, a, wine, please, I, can, white, of, glass?

I d) Fill in words with opposite meaning. / Wstaw słowa o przeciwnym znaczeniu.

Example: interesting – boring

12) white -

13) big -

14) question -

15) old -

I e) Choose the correct expressions. / Wstaw właściwe wyrażenia.

Example: I don’t have any money.

16) there cups in the kitchen? No, there .

17) Can I have more tea, please?

18) How is that camera?

I f) Choose the correct expressions. / Wstaw właściwe wyrażenia.

Example: Is this your jacket? No, it’s not mine.

19) aren’t my magazines. They’re Barry’s.

20) Whose idea is this? It was idea.

21) Your books have arrived. Please collect today.

II a) Choose the correct comparative or superlative forms of adjectives. / Wybierz właściwą formę przymiotnika.

Example: Who is the most attractive person in the world?

22) She is than her brother.

23) Was it homework in the class?

24) My car was than yours.

25) You are man in the world.

II b) Choose the correct options. / Wybierz właściwą opcję.

Example: Do you watch / Are you watching TV at the moment?

26) football on Saturdays.

27) Where is Paul? – to the bank.

28) She usually home alone.

29) When meet yesterday?

II c) Choose the word that does not belong in the group. / Wybierz słowo niepasujące do pozostałych.

Example: Cambridge, London, Oxford, Rome





II d) Use one of the prepositions to fill in the blanks. / Wybierz właściwy przyimek.

Example: Peter isn’t at home now.

34) I usually get up 7 o’clock.

35) I have been learning English three years.

36) I usually go to work car.

37) Can we meet Thursday?

38) Are you interested politics?

II e) Match the verbs with correct expressions. / Połącz czasowniki z właściwymi wyrażeniami.

39) wear -

40) make -

41) tell -

42) lose -

III a) Choose the correct expressions. / Wstaw właściwe wyrażenia.

Example: It’s a great film. You must see it.

43) It’s late. I think you go now.

44) I  go to the bank to get some money yesterday.

45) some tea or coffee?

III b) Choose the correct auxiliary verb.

Example:am listening to music.

46) Look at those children! They smoking cigarettes!

47) your daughter speak French well?

48) you learn German when you were at school?

49) Ben ever been to India?

III c) Put the words into the correct order.

Example: bath, I, when, home, will, get, have, a, I – When I get home, I will have a bath.

50) working, been, here, six, Sally, has, for, months

51) world, is, English, the, all, spoken, over

52) you, feel, stop, better, if, will, you, smoking

III d) Choose the opposite adjective.

53) ugly

54) dirty

55) noisy

56) mean

57) wealthy

III e) Choose the sentence which is grammatically correct.

Example: I saw her five minutes ago. – I’ve seen her five minutes ago.




III f) Complete the sentences with the given words. Use each word only once.

61) If you’re with beaches, but you aren’t or adventurous enough to through the Himalayas or the Sahara desert, try Alaska.

62) Our to America’s largest and most northerly state was one of the greatest of my life.

63) First of all we to Vancouver, in Canada.

64) We spent two days in this very city, before we started our seven-day along Alaskan coast.

65) The scenery with its mountains and volcanoes was , particularly the dramatic Columbia Glacier, over 80 metres .

IV a) Look at the letter from Alberto to his friend Paul. Alberto is staying in Bristol, England. Choose the correct form of words.

Dear Paul,

My stay in England is coming to an end. In ten days’ time I  back in Italy. I can hardly believe that I  in Bristol for three months. The time has gone so quickly! Yesterday I  my final exams. As soon as I  the results, I will let you know.

I for lots of jobs recently. Yesterday I  for one with the EU in Brussels. It great if I  it, but I haven’t got a very good chance. They want someone with fluent English and French, and my French isn’t very good any more.

Anyway, I haven’t booked my plane ticket so I must go into town now and do that. See you next week. I’ll give you a ring I arrive home.

Take care. Best wishes,

IV b) Match the phrasal verbs in column A with their definitions in column B.

76) break down -

77) make up -

78) get by -

79) sort out -

IV c) Choose the best preposition to complete the sentences.

Example: I often listen to the radio.

80) I may go to the match, it really depends the weather.

81) He got married a girl he met in France.

82) Her parents don’t approve what she has done.

83) Don’t worry your exam, it’ll be OK.

IV d) Look at these comments about smoking. Complete them with can / can’t, must / mustn't, or should / shouldn’t.

Example: Can you tell me the time, please?

84) I  understand why people smoke. It tastes horrible.

85) If people get ill from smoking, they pay for the treatment.

86) The government ban smoking completely so that we all breathe clean air.

87) “I’m sorry, sir, but you put the cigarette out.”

V a) Choose the correct sentence.






V b) Choose the correct words

Example: How did you stop biting / to bite / bite your nails?

93) We get up early tomorrow because it’s Sunday.

94) She’s not at all used to the housework.

95) You be feeling really excited about your holiday.

96) I’ll never forget you. It was the most important day of my life!

97) The house doesn’t need decorated.

98) My father give you a lift.

V c) Complete the sentences with the correct form of the word.

Example: His speech was unfortunately INCOMPREHENSIBLE. (COMPREHEND)

99) What I appreciate most about my grandfather is his wisdom. His advice is always and .

100) My aunt isn’t fond of today’s children. She thinks that they are all and .

101) We’d been walking along the railway track for hours before we realized that the map was out-of-date and .

102) I think that boxing is a  sport. What is the point of trying to hit another person until they are .

V d) Complete the sentences. Choose the correct expression.

103) I  understand your problem.

104) This steak is really I can’t eat it.

105) With my salary it’s difficult to make ends

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