Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the verb in brackets.
I’ve known (know) Nathan since I was child.
1. Take a map with you in case you (get) lost.
2. Where have you been? I (wait) for you for ages!
3. It’s very noisy here at the moment because the flat next door (redecorate).
4. She would have been happier if she (not get married) so young.
5. You shouldn’t (say) that to her yesterday. She’ll never forgive you.
6. My little brother has promised (not talk) in class.
7. I arrived at the cinema half an hour late and the film (start).
8. The man that the police are looking for (say) to be in his 30s.
9. By the end of the year we (save) enough to buy a house.
10. This time tomorrow I (sit) on the plane to Hawaii.
11. When it started raining we (play) for about half an hour.
12. I’ll phone you as soon as I (speak) to Tim.
13. Ouch! I (cut) my finger – have we got any plasters in the house?
14. The thief admitted (steal) the bracelet.
15. I wish I (not tell) the truth when my friend asked me if I liked her boyfriend.
Complete the sentences with one word.
A I loved the film.
B So did I.
1. It sounds as the people next door are having a party.
2. Julian didn’t to be very sociable, but now he goes out much more often.
3. We’re the living room painted at the moment.
4. I don’t speak German, but my husband
5. There’s milk. We’ve finished it all.
6. Sam went to France for his holiday last year, he?
7. The man with I used to share an office has just set up his own company.
8. Neither Ben Liz can come to my party.
9. The café, is on the corner of Green Street, sells great coffee.
10. I can’t used to driving this car. It’s really different from my old one.
11. having a lot of work, the lawyer agreed to take on a new client.
12. earlier we leave tomorrow morning, the less traffic there will be.
13. You can’t left your keys at the restaurant. You used them to open the door.
14. It was a windy day that we decided not to go to the beach.
15. I don’t feel well. I’d go to the doctor’s.
Complete the sentences with the correct word(s).
Who made this cake?
Who made Who did make Who make
1. Do you know what time ?
the film ends / ends the film / does end the film
2. She has .
dark beautiful long / beautiful long dark / long beautiful dark
3. I watch British and American TV programmes forget my English.
to not / not to / so as not to
4. the fact that the exam was difficult, everybody passed.
Although / In spite / Despite
5. Her father is in hospital. He’s having an operation tomorrow.
the / a / (–)
6. are famous for their cooking.
French / The French / The French people
7. The climbers have reached the summit of Mount Everest.
(–) / a / the
8. of us passed the exam. We all failed.
Neither / None / Some
9. I love in their house.
some furnitures / the furnitures / the furniture
10. On the weather forecast they said that it’s to snow tomorrow.
likely / probable / probably
Complete the words in the sentences.
very angry = furious
1. extremely pleased = d
2. when you open your mouth very wide because you are tired = y
3. acting without thinking = i
4. the opposite of tight (trousers) = l
5. a person who sees a crime = w
6. a snow storm with very strong winds = b
7. you use these to breathe = l
8. the person who plays the drums = d
9. a person who writes about the good and bad qualities of a book, film, or play = c
10. a group of people who sing together = c
11. a person who works with you in a company = c
12. another word for luggage = b
13. A person who speaks two languages is b
14. an illness where you usually have a cold and a temperature = f
15. you put your head on this when you sleep = p
Complete the sentences with the correct word.
It’s quite chilly today and I’ve heard it’s going to get even colder.
warm / chilly / damp
1. I’ve got a terrible in my shoulder.
ache / pain / hurt
2. Watch ! You nearly hit that car.
up / to / out
3. Their business a huge profit last year.
did / made / had
4. The man tried to chat a woman who was waiting for a train.
off / up / over
5. I find it really when people park right outside my house.
irritate / irritated / irritating
6. I burnt myself when I touched the iron, and now I’ve got a large on my finger.
bruise / blister / rash
7. That’s a very deep cut. I think you’ll need to have .
stitches / scan / a needle
8. That jumper really you. It makes you look ten years younger.
fits / matches / suits
9. I was really relieved when I passed my driving test because I had been to fail.
expecting / hoping / waiting
10. You can’t believe anything you read in that newspaper. It’s very .
objective / accurate / biased
11.The criminal was guilty by the court.
charged / found / sentenced
12. You look hot! You’re .
sweating / shivering / melting
13. What’s the matter? You look a bit in the dumps today.
sad / low / down
14. Don’t your voice! I can’t bear it when people shout.
rise / raise / put up
15. You need to learn the new vocabulary by .
heart / memory / mind
Complete the sentences with one word made from the word in brackets.
I mispronounced the word so nobody understood me. (pronounce)
1. There is still too much in the third world. (poor)
2. He behaves like a child. He’s very .(mature)
3. Be careful you don’t fall. The pavement is very . (slip)
4. He loved his birthday presents, the new laptop. (special)
5. His first novel was very . I’m sure it’ll be a success. (impress)
6. Microsoft is a company. (nation)
7. Isaac Newton was a very famous . (science)
8. Chicago is a large city in the USA. (industry)
9. The hotel was great but the weather was terrible. (fortunate)
10. I felt very when I couldn’t remember her name. (embarrass)