English. Вопросы ответы. Тест с ответами

“_____ her name Eliza?”

“No, _____ .”

Is / it isn’t

Is your surname Anderson?

Yes, it is

“Is she American?”

“No, _____ .”

she is not

“____ their names Jack & Benny?”

“Yes, _____ .”

Are / they are

“Is your dog 2 years old?”

“Yes, _____ .”

it is

“Is your elder brother married?”

“No, _____ .”

he isn’t

“Are you from Senegal?”

“No, _____ .”

I’m not

“_____ Martha English?”

“Yes, she _____ .”

Is / is

“_____ her surname Smith?”

“No, it _____ .”

Is / isn’t

“Are you a student?”

“Yes, I _____


“_____ you from Barcelona?”

“No, I’m not.”


“_____ you married?”

“No, I _____ .”

Are / ’m not

“_____ is Brenda?”

“She’s Patrick’s wife.”


My teacher’s name _____ John.


Marcus and Carlos _____ my brothers.


My mother and father _____ at work.


This is the photo _____ my family.


It’s good practice _____ you.


I’m _____ home.


I’m _____ La Guardia Community College.


I’m _____ New York.


I’m _____ a class _____ eight other students.

in / with

I live _____ an apartment _____ two American boys.

in / with

Central Park is lovely _____ the snow.


<question>“_____ is his job?”

“He _____ a policeman.”

What / is

He _____ from Argentina. He is _____ Mexico.

isn’t / from

“_____ _____ is a hamburger and chips?”

“Three pounds fifty.”

How much

easy - ______


lovely - ______


fast - ______


expensive - ______


hot - ______


big - ______


young - ______


“Are you married?”

“No, _____ .”

I’m not

<question>Brazil ____ in Asia. ____ in South America.

isn’t / It’s

Snow is _____ .


<question>A: _____ Greek?

B: Yes, I am.

Are you

We _____ in a Russian class.

We _____ in an English class.

<variant>aren’t / are

<question>Rolls-Royce cars are _____ .


<question>“_____ your teachers married?”

“Yes, _____ .”

<variant>Are / they are

<question>“Is it hot today?”

“No, _____ .”

<variant>it isn’t

<question>“Are _____ your parents?”

“Yes, _____ .”

<variant>they-they are

<question>Eliza _____ from Greece. _____ from Poland.

<variant>isn’t / She’s

<question>Ann is _____ wife.


<question>This is not just my computer. It is 4 _____ computer.


<question>A: What is _____ ?

B: She is a bank manager.

<variant>her job

<question>“How old is your brother?”

“_____ 29.”

<variant>He is

<question>“How old _____ Mr. & Mrs. White?”

“_____ 50 and 48.”

<variant>are / They’re

<question>“How old ___, Andrew?”

“_____ 21 years old.”

<variant>is / He is

<question>“_____ you now?”

“I’m at the school.”


<question>“Where _____ now?”

“In her office.”

<variant>is she

<question>“_____ is his father’s job?”

“He’s a teacher.”


<question>This is those _____ toy.


<question>They are not my _____ books.


<question>They’re not his _____ mistakes.


<question>She _____ a uniform.


<question>He _____ his car every weekend.


<question>Rosemary _____ three languages.


<question>My dad _____ at 7 o’clock every day.

<variant>gets up

<question>Isabel is a flight attendant. She _____ passengers.


<question>Their son _____ in this hospital.


<question>Jim’s a postman. He _____ letters to people.


<question>Jane’s a doctor. She _____ ill people.


<question>Bern _____ in a flat in Birmingham.


<question>Nancy’s uncle is a pilot. He _____ all over the world.


<question>In winter Sheila _____ skiing and in summer _____ tennis.

<variant>goes / plays

<question>My friend’s son _____ Turkish and English at university.


<question>Most of the people _____ work at 8 o’clock every morning.


<question>A: _____ does Tony Blair live?

B: In Great Britain.


<question> _____ does your father do in his free time?


<question>_____ does Andy’s little brother play with?


<question>_____ does Natalie’s nephew do?

B: He’s an architect.


<question>A: _____ does it rain here?

B: Mostly in summer and winter.

A: _____ snow?

B: In winter.

<variant>When / What about

<question>A: _____ does Anthony go to work?

B: _____ bus.

<variant>How / By

<question>She _____ from England.


<question>_____ she _____ French?

<variant>Does / speak

<question>She _____ _____ from America.

<variant>doesn’t come

<question>Every time he _____ a glass of lemonade before breakfast.


<question>_____ he _____ three children?

<variant>Does / have

<question>_____ a shower.


<question>_____ the phone.


<question>She _____ a white coat.


<question>_____ a magazine.


<question>Our teacher gives _____ a lot of homework.


<question>He _____ television every evening.


<question>At ten we go _____ bed.


<question>He picks up the apples _____ the tree.


<question>Get _____ the bus.


<question>She lives _____ Switzerland.


<question>A nurse looks _____ people in hospital.


<question>There’s a letter _____ you.


<question>Tourists come _____ boat.


<question>He drives the children _____ school.


<question>He speaks to people _____ his radio.


<question>She likes going _____ walks _____ summer.

<variant>for / in

<question>She goes skiing _____ her free time.


<question>He works _____ an undertaker.


<question>“Does she live in Australia?”

“No, she _____.”


<question>We _____ _____ watching television.

<variant>don’t like

<question>He _____ to help people.


<question>_____ _____ languages does she speak?

<variant>How many

<question>_____ sells things.

<variant>A shopkeeper

<question>A barman _____.

<variant>serves drinks

<question> _____ _____ looks after money.

<variant>An accountant

<question> __________ designs buildings.

<variant>An architect

<question>He lives ____ an island _____ the west of Scotland

<variant>on / in

<question>She’s married _____ an American man.


<question>He _____ listening _____ music.

<variant>likes / to

<question>“How _____ he _____ to work?”

“By car.”

<variant>does / go

<question>Anna likes Joanna, but Maria doesn’t like _____.


<question>That’s my dictionary. Can I have ___ back please?


<question>Philippe _____ in London.


<question>“_____ he married?”

“No, he _____.”

<variant>Is / isn’t

<question>“What _____ she do?”

“She is an interpreter.”


<question>_____ he sleep well?


<question>What _____ you _____ at the weekend?

<variant> do / do

<question>What _____ Dick and Tom like _____?

<variant>do / doing

<question>Do boys like _____ jeans?


<question>My classmates _____ on picnic every month.


<question>Mary _____ face every morning.

<variant>washes her

<question>I _____ a cigarette, but my teacher _____ smoke.

<variant>smoke / doesn’t

<question>They _____ wash _____ car every day.

<variant>don’t / their

<question>My parents _____ eat meat.


<question>Summer holidays _____ in June.


<question>We _____ tennis on Monday evenings, but my little sister _____ on


<variant>play / plays

<question>You _____ a lot of things in _____ free time.

<variant>do / your

<question>My cat licks _____ tail every evening. But my dogs never lick _____


<variant>its / their

<question>I like _____ football, but my brother doesn’t.


<question>She likes _____ TV, but her husband doesn’t.


<question>Her sister doesn’t _____ eating a hamburger.


<question>Do you like _____ in your free time?


<question>I like _____ but I _____ like swimming.

<variant>sailing / don’t

<question>Tom _____ her but she doesn’t like _____ .

<variant>likes / him

<question>Andrew buys a newspaper everyday. _____ reads _____ at home.

<variant>He / it

<question>Mike eats cheeseburgers because _____ likes _____ .

<variant>he / them

<question> “What time is it?”


<variant>It is quarter to four.

<question>It is half past eight.


<question>It is quarter past eight.


<question>It is five to nine.


<question>It is five past nine.


<question>A friend of mine likes _____ on picnic at weekends.


<question>I _____ my teeth every morning.


<question>_____ Kate live near Jane?


<question>His father _____ , but Bill’s father _____ smoke.

<variant>smokes / doesn’t

<question>My father _____ driving.

<variant>doesn’t like

<question>She _____ a bus to university.

<variant>always takes

<question>I _____ to a football match every Sunday but my father _____ .

<variant>go / doesn’t

<question>Every year millions of people _____ The London Museum.


<question>The Buckingham Palace _____ lots of rooms.


<question>Visitors _____ to India ‘s Independence Day from all over the world.


<question>I _____ English, Russian, and Romanian, but I _____ Chinese.

<variant>speak / don’t speak

<question>Many foreigners in our country _____ to the Golden Bazaar.

<variant>go shopping

<question>A: What _____ you _____ ?

B: An architect.

<variant>do / do

<question>A:What _____ your niece _____ ?

B: A nurse.

<variant>does / do

<question>A: Where _____ your parents _____ ?

B: In the Ministry of Education.

<variant>do / work

<question>A: _____ languages do they speak?

B: Just one.

<variant>How many

<question>A: Do you _____ Afghani?

B: No, _____ .

<variant>speak / I don’t

<question>A: _____ does Margaret start work?

B: At 7 in the morning.

<variant>What time

<question>A: _____ do your brothers like working in this factory?

B: Because they earn much money.


<question>_____ he like his job?


<question>I _____ an accountant.


<question>_____ New York exciting?


<question>Where _____ they live?


<question>Why _____ you want to learn English?


<question>We _____ Algerians.


<question>What _____ he do at weekends?


<question>He plays football _____ Friday mornings.


<question>Do you relax _____ weekends?


<question>Where do you go _____ holiday?


<question>I like _____ .


<question>She gets up early _____ the morning.


<question>She gets up early _____ the weekdays.


<question>He takes photos only _____ spring.


<question>He hates _____ football _____ television.

<variant>watching / on

<question>They like _____ very much.


<question>My brother’s birthday is _____ March.


<question>The train leaves Paris _____ 4 p.m.


<question>Vancouver is very cold _____ winter.


<question>Sometimes we _____ cards.


<question>She never _____ meat.


<question>We always _____ lemonade in the evenings.


<question>A: I’m sorry. I’m late.

B: _____ Come and sit down.

<variant>Don’t worry!

<question>A- _____ your wife _____ English?

B- Yes, she does.

<variant>Does / speak

<question>“How many languages _____ you _____ ?”

“Three: English, German and Spanish.”

<variant>do / speak

<question>Why _____ you like _____ in the hotel?

<variant>do / working

<question>They never go out _____ Friday evenings .


<question>She loves _____ to music.


<question>They often eat in a restaurant ___ Tuesdays.


<question>_____ summer I play tennis _____ Sundays.

<variant>In / on

<question>“Do Mr. Adams and his daughter like going _____ ?”

“No, they _____ .”

<variant>skiing / don’t

<question>“_____ they _____ a winter holiday?”

“Yes, they do.”

<variant>Do / want

<question>What time ____ you go to bed?


<question>“_____ do you do your homework?”

“After dinner.”


<question>“_____ you go out on Friday evenings?”

“Yes, I do sometimes.”


<question>“_____ do you like your job?”

“Because it’s interesting.”


<question>“_____ do you travel to school?”

“By bus.”


<question>“_____ do you _____ on Sundays?”

“I always relax.”

<variant>What / do

<question>“____ ____ you live with?”

“With my mother and sisters.”

<variant>Who / do

<question>“_____ do you _____ on holiday?”

“To Rome or Paris.”

<variant>Where / go

<question>A- _____ there _____ desk?

B- Yes, _____ is.

<variant>Is / a / there

<question>A- _____ there three stereos in the living room?

B- No, there _____ .

<variant>Are / aren’t

<question>Is there _____ apple in the bag?


<question>There _____ 4 _____ on the sofa?

<variant>are / women

<question>There _____ one bag. There _____ 3 bags.

<variant>isn’t / are

<question>There _____ 3 telephones, but _____ isn’t a cooker.

<variant>are / there

<question>____ any men in the hall?

<variant>Are there

<question>A: _____ there many mice in the house?

B: No, there _____ .

<variant>Are / aren’t

<question>_____ there _____ chairs in the class?

<variant>Are / any

<question>Yes, there are _____ chairs, but there are not _____ desks.

<variant>some / any

<question>A: _____ is there in the bedroom?

B: There _____ 2 beds, 3 televisions, and 2 cupboards.

<variant>What / are

<question>A- _____ books _____ there under your desk?

B- There _____ one.

<variant>How many / are / is

<question>There are _____ sandwiches, but there _____ any chips.

<variant>some / aren’t

<question>A: Do you have any _____ ?

B: No, I don’t. But I have _____ grammar books.

<variant>dictionaries / some

<question>There is _____ photo of _____ teachers.

<variant>a / some

<question>How many _____ are there in the cupboard.


<question>In our garden there is _____ huge pine tree, and there are _____


<variant>a / a lot of

<question>Is there _____ garden?


<question>There’s _____ open-fire in the living room?


<question>There are _____ big cupboards in the kitchen.


<question>Are there _____ trees and flowers in the garden?


<question>There’s _____ electric cooker.


<question>There are _____ good restaurants nearby.


<question>Upstairs there’s _____ big bathroom.


<question>Does the cottage have _____ dining room?


<question>The village of the Kingmore has _____ post office and _____ shop.

<variant>some / a

<question>Are there _____ good beaches near the cottage?


<question>“_____ there any cups?”

“Yes, ______ are.”

<variant>Are / there

<question>“Is _____ a television?”

“Yes, there ____.”

<variant>there / is

<question>There _____ any flowers.


<question>It’s the best home _____ the world.


<question>The front door is _____ the top of the steps.


<question>There _____ a photo _____ the television.

<variant>is / on

<question>There are two pictures _____ the wall.


<question>The cinema is _____ the left.


<question>_____ there a table? Yes, there _____.

<variant>Is / is

<question>There _____ an armchair.


<question> “_____ there any photos?”

“No, there _____.”

<variant>Are / aren’t

<question>There _____ magazines under the table.


<question>There _____ a post box in front of the chemist’s.


<question>How much are _____ glasses?


<question>“Is _____ book John’s?”

“Yes, _____ is.”

<variant>this / it

<question>Take _____ bags into the kitchen.


<question>I don’t like _____ music.


<question>Bob, _____ is my mother.


<question>“Is _____ exercise very easy?”

“No, _____ isn’t.”

<variant>that / it

<question>I like Tom, _____ I don’t like his wife.


<question>I like living here _____ it’s near the shops.


<question>We both like sailing, _____ we live near the sea.


<question>Our flat is small, _____ it’s comfortable.


<question>New York is expensive, _____ I like it.


<question>I like New York, _____ it’s very exciting.


<question>I like Judy, _____ I often visit her.


<question>I like Chinese food, _____ my husband doesn’t like it at all.


<question>We live in a flat on the top floor, _____ we don’t have a garden.


<question>I like my job _____ it’s interesting.


<question>In my bedroom there’s a bed _____ a wardrobe.


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