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Name ____________________________

Class ____________________________

Quicktest 3
GRAMMAR

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


Example: My name _____ David.
A am B is  C are
1 This is a _____.
A very house nice B house very nice C very nice house
2 Do you like my _____?
A new boots B news boots C boots new
3 A What’s the time?
B _____.
A It’s past half four B It’s half past four C It’s four past half
4 What time _____?
A get you home B you get home C do you get home
5 What time _____ Louisa get up in the morning?
A do B does C is
6 _____ to bed late.
A We usually go B We usually are C We go usually
7 The boss is angry with me. _____.
A I always late B I’m late always C I’m always late
8 He _____ on Saturdays.
A never works B doesn’t never work C works never
9 I never study _____the evening.
A in B on C at
10 All my family go home _____Christmas.
A on B in C at
11 What _____ the time?
A at B ’s C has
12 _____ eight o’clock.
A At B On C In
13 Our daughter always wakes up _____ half past five.
A on B in C at
14 _____ time do you get up in the morning?
A What B When C How
15 I have a shower. _____ I have breakfast.
A How B Then C When
16 He’s _____ late for class. He’s always on time.
A never B usually C sometimes
17 I’m very healthy. I’m hardly _____ ill.
A ever B never C always
18 I only drink coffee _____ the morning.
A at B in C on
19 I work in a bar _____ Saturday evenings.
A on B in C at
20 My wife is a doctor. She often works _____ night.
A in B on C at
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Name ____________________________
Class ____________________________

Quicktest 3
VOCABULARY

a Tick ( ) the opposite adjective, A, B, or C.


Example: big
A large B small  C pretty
1 difficult
A easy B expensive C slow
2 expensive
A new B cheap C white
3 clean
A dirty B old C high
4 beautiful
A cheap B tall C ugly
5 tall
A wet B short C empty

b Tick ( ) the next word A, B, or C.


Example: one, two, _____.
A four B three  C five
6 January, February, _____.
A March B June C April
7 June, July, _____.
A May B August C October
8 first, second, _____.
A fourth B fifth C third
9 fifth, sixth, _____.
A fourth B seventh C ninth
10 autumn, winter, _____.
A summer B Christmas C spring

c Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.


Example: My sister’s birthday is _____ 14th December.
A in B on  C at
11 It’s a good restaurant and it isn’t _____ expensive.
A not B very C much
12 A Do you want a sandwich?
B No, thanks. I’m not _____.
A hungry B thirsty C tired
13 I never _____ breakfast in the morning.
A do B take C have
14 _____ your homework before you go to bed.
A Have B Make C Do
15 He always wakes _____ two or three times at night.
A up B at C on
16 When the class finishes I ____ home.
A make B go C leave
17 My parents never _____ TV.
Name ____________________________
Class ____________________________

Quicktest 3
A start B do C watch
18 I get up early _____ day.
A every B all C once
19 They go on holiday three _____ a year.
A times B time C day
20 A What’s the _____ today?
B It’s the second of April.
A week B day C date
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PRONUNCIATION

a Which word has a different sound? Tick ( ) A, B, or C.


Example: A door B board C clock 
1 A don’t B got C go
2 A job B shopping C foot
3 A Thursday B throw C that
4 A this B thank C the
5 A son B worried C home

b Which is the stressed syllable? Tick ( ) A, B, or C.


Example: A afternoon  B afternoon C afternoon
6 A beautiful B beautiful C beautiful
7 A dangerous B dangerous C dangerous
8 A comfortable B comfortable C comfortable
9 A January B January C January
10 A September B September C September
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