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Name: Date: Grammar Test 2nd bat.

Complete the sentence with the verbs in brackets. Use the past simple or the past continuous.
When the alarm bell (a) , I (b) on the 10th floor, so I shut down my computer and headed for the stairs. (ring, work)
Complete the text. Use the past simple or past continuous and the verbs below. not come go wait send
I (a) to the train station yesterday afternoon to collect Jenny, but while I (b) for the train to arrive, she (c)
me a text to say that she (d) after all because of some problem at home.

Rewrite the sentence without changing the meaning.


The plane left before we got to the airport. When we got to the airport,
.
Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets and the correct form of the past simple or past perfect. Only one of the verbs is correct.
My brother a house in the village a few months ago. (buy, move)

One of the sentences is incorrect. Identify the incorrect sentence and write it correctly.
A. We would go to the coast for a month every summer.
B. They used to visit France five times last year.
C. Did she use to take the train there?

Use the words and used to to answer the question.


'Where was the factory before?' it / be / in the centre of town / when / I / be / younger
Rewrite the sentence. Use will, be going to or the present continuous.
We promise not to make a mess. We a mess.

Complete the text. Use will, be going to or the present continuous and the verbs below. you / stay fly visit go you / do
Mary (a) Paris next month, but I (b) there this Sunday. I bought a cheap ticket last week! What (c)
this summer, Charlotte? (d) with your sister in Manchester as usual? I think I (e) with you next time.

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets and the future continuous or the future perfect. Only one of the verbs is correct.
Mr Townsend at the same school for thirty years when he retires. (learn, teach)

Write the correct negative short answer.


Will Katie and Hussain have completed their exams by Monday?

Write the correct affirmative short answer.


Could I borrow the car tonight? Yes, .
Rewrite the sentence in the negative.
He must be happy about the way things have turned out.
Rewrite the sentence in the negative.
I might be able to come with you in September.

Complete the sentence using one of the verbs in brackets and the correct form of the present simple or present continuous. Only one of the verbs is correct.
Sorry I'm late - I got here as fast as I . (can, shall)
One of the sentences is incorrect. Identify the incorrect sentence and rewrite it.
A. We should have left earlier.
B. In the end, we didn't need have rushed because the plane was delayed.
C. Even so, we could have missed the flight.

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets in the correct form. Only one of the verbs is correct.
I went to Annie's for lunch but she wasn't there. She must . (forget, miss)
Complete the sentence with the verbs in brackets. Use the first conditional.
(a) (you / come) to the party on Saturday if I (b) (not invite) my friend Melanie?
Complete the sentence with the verbs in brackets. Use the first conditional.
If Kayleigh (a) (not leave) the house now, she (b) (not catch) the bus and then she'll be late.

Complete the sentence using the verbs in brackets and the second conditional.
(a) (your parents / buy) you a new car if (b) (you / ask) them to?
One of the sentences is incorrect. Identify the incorrect sentence and write it correctly.
A. We go to the park if it wasn't raining so hard.
B. Would Helen listen to Kevin if he wasn't so boring?
C. If they had time for a holiday, they'd fly to Spain.

Rewrite the sentence using the words provided.


Katie bought the chocolate because Tim lent her the money. If Tim

One of the sentences is incorrect. Identify the incorrect sentence and write it correctly.
A. If she had turned left at the station, she hadn't lost her way.
B. If they'd scored another goal, they would have won the match.
C. Do you think she would have come back if you hadn't been so angry with her?

Complete the text. Use wish and the verbs below. we / visit we / stay we / not go I / leave we / buy
Last summer we stayed in a hotel in Scotland. I (a) to Scotland, because it rained all the time. I (b) my sister in France, but my husband
(c) at home and saved the money. He (d) a new car with the money we spent. But I really (e) him at home
and gone on my own!
One of the sentences is incorrect. Identify the incorrect sentence and write it correctly.
A. Do you wish you wouldn't have told her the answer?
B. I wish I didn't work with Sam - he's really annoying.
C. Do you ever wish you were older?
Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in the present continuous passive. Only one of the verbs is correct.
At the moment the village hall for a local art exhibition. (hold, use)

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in the present continuous passive. Only one of the verbs is correct.
At the moment, quite a lot of new houses in the village. (build, go on)

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in the past perfect passive. Only one of the verbs is correct.
The court dramatic evidence of the accused man's hoard of counterfeit notes. (observe, show)

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in the present perfect passive. Only one of the verbs is correct.
Could you do me a print-out of all the emails that we by everyone in the last two days? (send, receive)

Complete the sentence with have something done. Use the noun and one of the verbs in brackets. Only one of the verbs is correct.
When she opened her bag, she realised that she . (all her money / rob, steal)

Complete the sentence with get something done. Use the pronoun and one of the verbs in brackets. Only one of the verbs is correct.
There's a small crack in the windscreen - you really need to sooner rather than later. (it / see to, alter)

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets and a relative pronoun. Only one of the verbs is correct.
I asked John about , but he said it was nothing. (be worried, wait)

One of the sentences is incorrect. Identify the incorrect sentence and write it correctly.
A. The boy whom leg was broken went to the hospital.
B. She was the same woman whom I'd met yesterday.
C. Tom hasn't told me what the problem is yet.
Complete the sentence using one of the verbs in brackets and a relative pronoun if necessary. Only one of the verbs is correct.
Don stayed at the Grand Hotel in Marbella, to him. (Jon / advise, Jon /recommend)
Rewrite the sentences as one sentence. Use commas and relative pronouns where necessary.
Tania has four sisters. Her mother died five years ago.

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets and the correct form of the past simple or past perfect. Only one of the verbs is correct.
In my interview they asked me if I for a bank before. (ever work, ever place)

Complete the text. Use the past simple or past perfect and the verbs below. be stay just come can meet
I had some problems at immigration the last time I came to England. The officer asked me where I (a) from, and I said I (b)
to New York on business. He then asked all sorts of things such as what hotel I (c) at, who I (d) and so on, before finally telling me
that I (e) go.
Write the correct affirmative short answer.
'Has anyone else asked if they can have the day off?'
' .'
Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets in the past tense. Only one of the verbs is correct.
The guide the tourists against wandering off into the jungle on their own. (recommend, warn)

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets in the correct form. Only one of the verbs is correct.
Howard told me that he any money, but I found out later that he was a millionaire. (not have, not own)

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets in the correct form. Only one of the verbs is correct.
I had to cancel my holiday last year because my boss said he me in the office all through August. (need, must)

Write the correct affirmative short answer.


Will you remember to post my letter?

Complete the sentence. Use one of the verbs in brackets in the infinitive or gerund form. Only one of the verbs is correct.
Mum remembered great holidays here when she was a child. (do / have)

Complete the sentence. Use the verbs in brackets and the correct object.
The hotel owner (a) (warn / we / not swim) in the sea, and he (b) (persuade / we / use) the hotel pool.

Rewrite the sentence using the words provided.


My friends said I shouldn't tell the police. My friends advised
.
Rewrite the sentence using the words provided.
I don't mind sleeping in a tent - I often do it. I'm _____________________
Complete the text using the verbs below and be / get used to. not use not cook live do
Matt left home last year and at first he couldn't (a) on his own. He (b) his own meals, and he (c)
the oven or the washing machine. However, now he (d) everything for himself.
Complete the sentence using one of the words in brackets.
Did you remember to buy new umbrella, Helen? (a / the / an)
Complete the sentence using the words in brackets. If you think an article is not needed, leave the space blank.
I need (a) information about (b) best places to visit in (c) Lisbon.

Complete the sentence.


I didn’t enjoy the party. Neither ________________
.
Write the correct negative tag question.
Most of the people have arrived now, ___________ they?