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    Choose the correct item. _________________________________
    1. 'I'm freezing.'
    'You more warmly.'

    2. 'Oh, this looks familiar.'
    'I it to you before.'

    3. Louisa is still in Palma, so you her at the library.

    4. 'Whose are these keys?'
    'Oh they are Mary's; she them.'

    5. 'Do you think Sally will be offered a place at the University?'
    'Definitely; in fact, she's very likely the scholarship.'

    6. 'Kelly's late; that's not like her.'
    'She might about your date.'

    From: Evans, V. (2002) CPE Use of English 1 for the Revised Cambridge Proficiency Exam: Student's Book. Express Publishing.
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    Choose which word is spelled correctly. Check our article on the most common misspelled words .

    1. Thank you for your compliments about my photos, but I feel I am still an photographer.

    2. Are you sure we need all these things for our kitchen? .

    3. I am very at my test results.

    4. Oh stop that, you're me!

    5. These will help you with your spelling.

    6. It was very difficult for me to the car during the rain.

    7. I'm so for the present you gave me!

    8. How was that movie last night!

    9. The machine was out of order.

    10. I hope you a high score in this test.

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    Hi guys, I prepared for you another test. I hope everything will be okay...:-). If there is problem in that test, let me know.

    1) They broke the window while they football.

    2) I couldn't take her to school by car because when I stopped at her house, she .

    3) I finally met the girl who I so much about.

    4) It's ten years since I my job.

    5) I along the street when I heard an explosion.

    Best Regards JCD
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    Hi there. There is a quiz from book "Grammar and vocabulary for First Certificate", preparing for the ESOL First Certificate in English (FCE) (Cambridge University) . It's extracted from one module, devoted to Modals. It implies ...
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    Hi there. There is a quiz from book "Grammar and vocabulary for First Certificate", preparing for the ESOL First Certificate in English (FCE) (Cambridge University) . It's extracted from one module, devoted to Link words : purpose and reason. It ...
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    Hi there. There is a quiz from book "Grammar and vocabulary for First Certificate", preparing for the ESOL First Certificate in English (FCE) (Cambridge University) . It's extracted from one module, devoted to Phrasal Verbs : take. It implies ...
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    Hi there. There is a part from CPE handbook, Sample Papers presenting some examples for ESOL Certificate in Proficiency English (CPE) (Cambridge University), Paper 1: Reading. Read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C,or D) best fits ...
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    This quiz is given by the University of Cambridge as a free sample of Paper 3 (Use of English), Part 1 (Selective cloze) of the ESOL First Certificate in English (FCE), taken approximately at the upper-intermediate level. This exam is easier than the CAE (I posted an ...
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    This is an example of Paper 1 (Reading), Part 4 of ESOL Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), the most difficult among the exams designed by the University of Cambridge for students of English as a foreign/second language. This part is designed to assess the ...
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    Choose which goes with which, Emotion: smile
    1. teeth

    2. passport

    3. limbs

    4. alarm

    5. light

    6. flowers

    7. hair

    8. pearls

    9. note

    10. tears

    11. impression

    12. additives

    From: Evans, V. (2002) CPE Use of English 1 for the Revised Cambridge Proficiency Exam: Student's Book. Express Publishing.

Creating a test of your own:


Simply start a new thread in the ESL Software, Online Learning & Games section and start by adding [test] at the beginning of the test and [/test] at the end.

For the multiple choice part you have to add the quotations and | symbol between your options like this example: "I supposed it was "perfectly|purely|starkly|solidly" possible to spend all of your life in..."

Example:

[test]I supposed it was "perfectly|purely|starkly|solidly" possible to spend all of your life in Phoenix at 18 centrigrade, with only brief "bursts|gales|torrents|fits" of extra heat as you transferred from air-conditioned house to air-conditioned car to air-conditioned-office.[/test]

The larger the tag, the more commonly used it is. You can also search for things like images. Click 'Tags' to return to the beginning.