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1. In one of the … reported above, the development was something of a "transplant" of an existing study skills programme from another school.

            1) schools                              

       

 2

  The bigger houses have disappeared, to be replaced by '60s  … .     

 2) boxes

          

 

 3

 Yes, four  … were coming we were told.

4) babies

 

 4

 … are also provided for those with special needs — children, the elderly and physically or mentally disabled people.

 3) Classes    

 

 5

 Like Good King Wenceslas, Bres's  …  melted the snow when he walked.

    4) feet

 

 6

 I had to ask Mum to lend me the  …  — it was the most humiliating moment of my life.

          1) money

 

 7

 We also make curtains, upholstered  …  and carpets.

 4) furniture

 

 8

 … , of course, can lead to tooth decay (so that some foods, such as meat, become difficult to eat) and also to diabetes.

           1) Sugar

 

 9

 The sun was shining down outside, and the  … were all very warm and comfortable.

           3) mice 

 

  10

  John married three times and had a total of seventeen … .

           1) children

 

  11

 There are over 100 shops in the Quarter, selling a wide range of beautiful jewellery, clocks and … , often at very competitive prices.

          1) watches

 

  12

 We were entertained first by a pair of talented young men playing two grand … .

          1) pianos 

 

  13

 Trees and red hills and … buzzing.

         1) flies

 

  14

 …  have an important place in British history.

          1) Oxen

 

 

  15

 Money … always bring happiness.

        4) doesn’t

 

  16

 The latest news of  our children …  .

        2) was exciting

       

 

  17

 The police … to find the criminal.

       2) were unable

        

  18

 Stephen opened  a drawer and took out …  .

   2) some photos

 

  19

 I don’t want … or help.

          3) advice 

 

  20

 Can I borrow your scissors? Mine … not sharp enough.

  2) are

  

  21

 Mathematics … an exact science.

        1) is

 

  22

 The sunlit … look wonderful.

      2) roofs

 

  23

 …  is kept in the box.

        1)  My little brother’s tooth

 

  24

 … are not very high.

       3) My father’s wages

 

  25

 …  are very brave.

      1) This country’s people

 

  26

  … were locked in another room.

      1) His father’s instruments

 

  27

  … is the favourite song of my brother.

      2) My Granny’s geese

 

  28

 I like to play with … .

      1) my sister’s toys 

 

  29

 … are very naughty.

      1) My aunt’s children

 

  30

 … are beautiful.

      1) Kiev’s parks

 

  31

 Do you know … Browns? They live next to us.

     3) the   

 

  32

 There are some beautiful towns in … north of Italy.

        2)  the  

        

  33

  … Trafalgar Square is in London.

          3)   ø     

 

  34

 My sister plays … piano very well.

       3) the 

 

  35

 Carl is at … school. He will be home soon.

      3) ø     

 

  36

 Alison was … first person to arrive at the party.

        2) the  

         

 

  37

 The prisoner was taken to … court to stand trial.

             1) ø    

 

  38

 … Panama Canal divides North and South America.

      3)   The   

 

  39

 She went to … station to see Jim off.

             1)  the  

  40

 His father is a travel-writer. He has been all over … world and written books about China.

    2) the  

         

  41

 He published his articles in …Times.

      4) the

 

  42

 She is writing a book about …homeless.

       3) the 

 

  43

 Jack is a professional footballer. He has been playing … football since he was a child.

       3) ø  

 

  44

 …English language is spoken all over the world.

        4) The

  45

 Last week I had … accident in Paris.

                1) an   

 

  46

 I enjoy skiing in …Alps.

      2) the  

     

  47

 They visited … Grand Canyon last summer.

        3) the 

  48

 She lives in a castle near … River Rhine.

         2) the  

    

  49

 I went shopping at …Macy’s and bought an expensive coat.

              1) ø      

 

  50

 They are going for a walk near …London Zoo in Regent’s Park.

            4) ø 

 

  51

 There is a modern cinema in …Bridge Street.

     3) ø  

 

  52

 Anna comes from …Netherlands but she lives in Italy now.

        4) the

 

  53

 She has been working as … chemist since she graduated from the university.

            1) a

 

  54

 It is really … pleasure to see her smiling face.

            1) a

 

  55

 The Severn is …longest river in Great Britain.

       2) the  

           

 

  56

 My mother can read Italian books in …original.

       3) the 

 

  57

 Last summer I used to get up at …sunrise and walk in the forest for hours.

              1) ø

 

  58

 The teacher told us to learn this poem by … heart.

         4) ø

 

  59

 When we went to Paris we saw … Eiffel Tower.

    3) the 

 

  60

 He always comes home late at … night.

     3) ø 

 

  61

 … British Isles lie in the north-west of Europe.

         2) The 

   

  62

 Last winter she saw … Himalayas for the first time in her life.

   4) the

 

  63

 Open … door, please. We are waiting.

2) the  

      

  64

 Look outside. …sky is getting very dark.

                1) The

 

  65

 Has Melanie got …garden? No, she doesn’t like gardening at all.

          3) a     

 

  66

 There was a programme on television about dangers to … environment.

             4) the

 

  67

 Pollution is having … effect on our climate.

                    1) an 

  68

 David is in …hospital. He has broken his hand.

                 2) ø

 

  69

 The train to Paris leaves from … Waterloo Station.

      4) ø

 

  70

 The space capsule came down in … Pacific.

                     2) the  

  71

 What …clever children you have!

           4) ø

 

  72

 I think that’s … awful thing to say.

                2) an  

        

  73

 Judy goes to work by … bus.

                3) ø            

 

  74

 I don’t know what to do. It’s quite …difficult problem.

                1) a  

 

  75

 We can finish the rest of the bread for …breakfast.

              3) ø  

 

  76

 I will meet you outside … National Gallery.

                1) the

 

  77

 I think Edinburgh is … beautiful city. I love going there.

                4) a

 

  78

 The guide advised us to take a walk around …Lake Windermere.

                1) ø  

 

  79

 We had an unforgettable holiday in …Bahamas.

         4) the

 

  80

 He has dreamt of climbing …Everest since his childhood.

            2) ø  

          

  81

 My neighbour is a photographer; let’s ask him for … advice about colour films.

       2) ø  

      

  82

 We had … fish and chips for lunch.

        3) ø    

 

  83

 My brother is in the navy. He is at … sea for months sometimes.

          2) ø   

        

  84

 I usually go to … bed at about 11 p.m. to get a good night’s sleep.

             1) ø  

 

  85

 The cat is sitting on …bed.

       3) the       

 

  86

 The Prime Minister visited … prison yesterday and talked to the prisoners.

             1) the

 

  87

 The men who robbed the bank are in … prison now.

           4) ø

 

  88

 The ambulance took the injured people to … hospital.

           3) ø   

 

  89

 I must go to … hospital to visit my aunt. She’s had an operation.

            2) the  

              

  90

 We saw the children in their classrooms as we walked past … school.

              1) the 

 

  91

 I want to go to university when I leave …school.

        2) ø  

 

  92

 Look at … cats! They are chasing a bird.

             1) the 

 

  93

 …children usually like playing games.

              4) ø

 

  94

 …villages in this part of the country are very beautiful.

             1) The  

 

  95

 …breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

                1)  ø      

 

  96

 Paul is … only person who remembered me.

           3) the  

 

  97

  In … Stone Age people lived in caves.

          2) the  

            

  98

 We travelled to London by … train.

         4) ø

 

  99

 He is learning to play …violin.

             1) the

 

 100

 Have you ever been to Copenhagen? – Yes. I think it’s … prettiest city in Europe.

     2) the  

 

 101

 What did you see on your tour today? – I saw Buckingham Palace and … Houses of Parliament.

      3)  the  

 

 102

 Do you buy a newspaper every day? – Yes. I usually buy …Independent and my wife reads fashion magazines.

          3) The 

 

 103

 Who is going to open the new shopping centre? – I heard that … Queen is going to do it.

              1) the    

 

 104

 Rome wasn’t built in … day.

 2) a  

       

 105

 …. apple a day keeps the doctor away.

      2) An  

   

 106

 When in Rome, do as … Romans do.

 4) the

 

 107

 You can’t get … blood out of a stone.

         3) ø   

 108

 Home is where … heart is.

     2) the  

      

 109

 You cannot make … omelette without breaking eggs.

             1) an

 

 110

 …panda is a large mammal which lives in China and eats bamboo shoots.

       2) The  

    

 111

  Although people say that … English are very reserved, I have an English girlfriend who is just the opposite!

        2) the

      

 112

The three musicians play on … stage.

                1) a new

 113

 She speaks in … voice than the last time.

    2) a louder

       

 114

 This was … film he had ever seen.

        3) the worst 

 

 115

 They leave … way they can.

              3) the quickest 

 

 116

 A whale is  … than a dolphin.

2) longer 

          

 117

 This coat is … of all.

     3) the least expensive

 

 118

 … supplies will soon be available.

    4) further

 

 119

 Happiness is … than money.

        2) more important 

       

 120

 Is it … to go there by car or by train?

    2) cheaper 

 121

 Do you know that the Dead Sea is … sea.

               1) a salty

 122

 I have never drunk … beer.

2) better 

             

 123

 Which instrument  makes  … music in the world?

          3) the most beautiful 

 124

 Gulian behaved very … at the party last night.

2) badly

             

 

 125

 This is … problem she has ever had.

     3) the greatest 

 

 126

 He is … than me.

   4) older

 

 127

 The youngest of the family was ….

           2) the most successful 

         

 128

 These trousers are too small. I need … size.

       2) a larger 

          

 129

 This is … beer that I have ever drunk.

              3)the best  

 

 130

 China has got … population in the world.

       3) the largest  

 

 131

 Of the three girls, this one is the ….

        3) prettiest  

 

 132

 Which is …: five, fifteen or fifty?

        3) the least  

 

 133

 Susan is … person in the whole band.

       3) the most wonderful  

 

 134

 The weather is getting  … and colder.

         2) colder 

    

 135

 I think dogs are … than cats.

       2) more intelligent

 136

 My case isn’t very ….

            1) heavy 

 137

 Money is important, but isn’t … thing in life.

    3) the most important 

 

 138

 This room is not so  ... as that one on the first floor.

           1) comfortable 

 139

 I am not so ... as a horse.

            1) strong

 140

 That painting is ... than the one in your living room.

     2) less impressive 

 141

 Betty is less hard-working than Jane, but Kate is ... of all.

   3) the least hard-working  

 142

 I suppose you know him well – probably ... than anybody else.

          1) better 

 143

 He spoke English badly -- ... than expected.

             1) worse 

 144

 I can’t understand what you are saying. Could you speak a bit ...?

        2) more slowly 

  

 145

 My mother was feeling  tired last night so she went to bed ... than usual.

            1) earlier 

 146

 June in not so ... as July.

             1) hot 

 147

 She has ... job of all.

        3) the most difficult  

 

 148

 You are quite ... at playing the piano, aren’t you?

       3) good   

 

 149

 Think about it ... before you make a decision.

       2) carefully 

 150

 He is also ... person than Paul.

  2) a more polite 

 151

 I like my bedroom because it’s so ....

              1) cosy

 152

 It makes me feel ... to think of you living alone.

      2) sad 

    

 153

 Your perfume smells ....

           1) beautiful 

 154

 This was ... concession he would make.

    2) the furthest 

 

 155

 He is ... than I am.

       3) older  

 

 156

Your coffee is so ... as the coffee my brother makes.

   4) good

 

 157

 The new tower blocks are much ... than the old buildings.

     2) higher 

 158

 Don’t talk about them. Let’s talk about something ....

         2) more interesting 

 159

 He makes ... mistakes than you do.

           1) fewer 

 160

 I didn’t expect him to be so ....

    3) strong 

 161

  I’d like to change cars ....

                 1)  more often  

 162

 I didn’t think it would be so ....

                 1) expensive     

 163

 Emma’s tooth ached … .

  3) terribly       

 164

 Henry shouted … for hours.

                 1) angrily

 

 165

 The machine switches itself off … .

              4) automatically

 166

 We need to debate the problem … .

           3) publicly  

 167

 Claire doesn’t want to marry Henry. She thinks he’s … .

     3) too old            

 

 168

 The water isn’t … .  It needs to be boiling.

           2) hot enough  

     

 169

 No wonder you’re tired. You’ve been going to …  parties.

               1) too many     

 170

 The journey took a long time because the train travelled so … .

         3) slowly 

 171

 It was hot and the sun shone … from a clear sky.

          2) brightly  

 

 172

 He can’t wait … for the journey to end.

               3) patiently    

 

 173

 The puzzles are … difficult for children.

       2) too  

        

 174

 She always arrives … at nine.

        4) punctually

 175

 It was important for them to meet …  .

    3) secretly       

 

 176

 I had a terrible journey, but the pilot managed to land … .

               1) safely       

 177

 Her English is good, and she speaks very … .

       2) fluently  

 

 178

 She plays the piano very …

          3) well             

 

 179

 The train went quite …

            4) fast

 

 180

 I tried … , but I didn’t succeed.

                1) hard   

 181

 I’ve been very busy … .

 2) lately  

   

 182

 I slept … last night.

         2) badly 

  

 183

 I was too nervous to go … than halfway up the tower.

        2) higher  

 

 184

 You can find the place … with a map.

 1) more easily  

 185

 My new job is great. I like it …  than my old one.

    2) much better  

  

 186

 You must try and get to the lesson … .

 4) earlier

 

 187

 I use the car … often than I used to.

               1) less                

 188

 She ran to the station as … as she could.

        4) quickly

 189

 Try to get here … you can.

       3) as soon as  

 190

 The person who runs … will win first prize.

           1) the quickest      

 

 191

 Bill ran … of all and came last.

    2) the slowest  

     

 192

 The caravan was rolling … down the hill.

      3) faster and faster  

 193

 He came … in the race.

          2) last

 

 194

 Uncle Tom told us the story ....

            2) himself      

   

 195

We give our cat the same food as we have ....

           1) ourselves   

 196

 Now, Ann, you must translate this text....

         2) yourself             

 

 197

 This is a car that goes by ... .

4) itself

 

 198

 I made that chair all by ... .

         2) myself  

     199

 Tom and Ann looked at... .

         3) each other   

 

 200

 During the break we spoke to ... .

            4) one another

 201

 It was 1810. In ... days there were no railways in our country,

 4) those

 202

 Which apples do you want? I want... ones.

       2) those    

 203

 …  lines are straight.

 4) These

 204

 …  man was her cousin.

   3)That   

 205

 ... pupils are easy to teach.

              1) Such  

 

 206

 ... was her answer.

    4) Such

 

 207

 Please, give me ... book.

              1) that  

 

 208

... are our teachers.

       3) These      

 

 209

 ... did the committee appoint?

                   2)Whom             

  

 210

 ... car broke down?

     3) Whose   

 

 211

 .. did you go with?

             1) Whom 

 212

 ... were you speaking to?

   3) Who                            

 

 213

 ...  country do you come from?

 4) What

 

 214

 ... was the exam like?

   3) What 

 

 215

 …  address did you send it to?

 3) Which  

 

 216

 ... of them is the eldest?

           1) Which  

 

 217

 ... does it cost to get to Scotland?

 3) What 

 

 218

 We esteem people ... are brave.

             1) who

 219

 This is the pupil ... we've elected a monitor.

     2) whom

 

 220

 The boy ... composition you find so good hasn't come yet.

   2) whose   

    

 221

 We saw the writer about... everybody talks so much.

             1) whom

 

 222

 Spot, ... was a clever dog, looked at us and seemed to understand,

             3) which 

 

 223

 The mice ... ran there at night are quiet now.

             4) which

 

 224

 Where is the book ... you have read?

            2) which              

            

 225

 There's a man here ... wants to talk to you.

  3) who 

 

 226

 The noise ... he made woke everybody up.

      2) that

 

 227

 They saw ... in the room.

        2) somebody     

             

 228

 She is going to tell us ... important.

     2) something      

      

 229

 Is ... listening?

             1) anybody    

 

 230

 She knows … .

2) nothing

   

 231

 ... work was done.

         2) No     

 232

 …  saw Tom go out.

     2) No one 

 233

 He had some apples last year but he has ... this year.

         4) none

 234

  ... has come.

     2) Nobody   

 235

 There was ... interesting there.

2) nothing

 236

 By doing ... we learn to do idle.

            3) nothing   

 237

 I tried both keys but... worked.

          3) neither    

 

 238

 ... of them knew the way.

     2) Neither 

 

 239

 ... has ever given me a free ticket for anything.

             1) Nobody

 

 240

 There was ... time for consultation as the teacher was busy.

            3) little    

 

 241

 I have quite ... books on art.

         3) a few   

 

 242

 ... is known about this fact.

         4) Little

 

 243

 It rained ... during the night.

     4) a little

 

 244

 Tourists come here but... stay overnight.

            1) few     

 245

 Owls usually hunt … night.

             1) at   

 

 246

 I’ve put on nearly three kilos. I think I’d better go … a diet.

           2)  on

 

 247

 Both my dogs are very fond … ice cream.

         3) of     

 

 248

  Costa Rica is famous … its beautiful scenery.

            1) for 

 

 249

 Could I phone you later, Alan? I’m a bit short … time.

            3)  of 

 

 250

 I like ballet but I’m not very keen … opera.

      4) on

 

 251

 Australia is rich … natural resources.

               4) in

 

 252

 There’s no pleasing our teacher. He’s never satisfied … our work!

         4)  with

 

 253

 I’ve always been afraid … water ever since I nearly drowned as a child.

            3)  of  

 

 254

 Our daughter has just graduated as a doctor. We are very proud … her.

             4)  of

 

 255

Mark has been absent … school for over a month. He’ll have a lot of catching up to do when he comes back.

              1) from        

 

 256

 For the last time, who is responsible … this mess?

              1) for        

 

 257

 We are all grateful … you for all you’ve done for us.

               1) to           

 

 258

 My cousin is very good … music and can play four or five instruments.

               3) at  

 

 259

 Julie’s my oldest friend. We’ve been friendly … one another since we were at Primary school.

                2) with

 

 260

 I’m afraid only single people under age of thirty are eligible … membership of this club.

               2) for 

 

 261

 Michael was jealous … his sister’s success, even though he pretended to be happy for her.

             3)  of    

 262

She is similar … her sister in character.

              1) to     

 

 263

 He was so absorbed … what he was doing that he didn’t notice me.

          4)  in

 

 264

 Small children are often cruel … animals without realizing it. They don’t mean to hurt them.

        2) to

 

 265

 You are not serious … leaving this country and going to live in China, are you?

      2) about  

 

 266

 Hamlet was written … Shakespeare.

             1) by   

 

 267

 This book has been translated … five languages.

           3)  into

 

 268

 The man was arrested and charged … murder.

          3)  with   

 

 269

 After three attempts she finally succeeded … breaking the world record.

            4)  in

 

 270

 Does Mark really believe … flying saucers?

             1) in        

 

 271

 Does Peter remind you … Michael Jackson?

            3) of 

 

 272

 May I compliment you … your wonderful garden?

           1) on      

 

 273

 It was largely my fault that we lost … tennis. I played so badly.

     2) at 

 

 274

 We left Heathrow airport at 16.45 and arrived … Copenhagen at 19.30.

           4)  in

 

 275

 Don’t forget to wear a scarf. It will protect you … the cold.

             2) from

 

 276

 You should always insure your home … fire.

           1) against  

 

 277

 The mother told the group of children to share the sweets … themselves.

               2) among

 

 278

 We arrived … Zurich airport.

            1) at     

 

 279

 The cat loved to sleep … the sofa.

                2) on

 

 280

 I have to go … the doctor’s for a check-up.

              2) to

 

 281

 We’ve been waiting … three o’clock.

  2) since

 282

 In this photo I’m standing … my two best friends.

          3) between     

 283

 The bill must be paid … 30 days.

                  2) within

 

 284

 If you are … eighteen, they won’t let you see that film.

      2) under 

 

 285

 I’m not used … getting up early.

            1) to    

 

 286

 Would you care … a drink?

            1) for    

 

 287

 A car collided … a bus this morning.

          2) with

 

 288,1,1,1,0,0

 My cousin borrowed some money … me.

           2) from

 289

 The fence is to prevent children … falling in the pond.

              1) from       

 

 290

 My sister suffers … hay fever every summer.

                2) from

 291

 I really feel sorry … people who are tone deaf.

            1) for      

 

 292

 She made the children apologize … their bad behaviour.

        4)  for

 

 293

 Most young people prefer pop music … classical music.

               2) to

 294

 Ask Mike to do it. You can rely … him. He never lets you down.

            3) on   

 

 295

 I have a poor memory so I have to write everything … in this little book.

           3)  down     

 

 296

 She is undergoing treatment … a serious illness.

            4)  for

 

 297

 Congratulations … your Wedding Anniversary!

             1) on    

 

 298

 Scientists conduct research … the causes of ageing.

          3) into  

 

 299

 He has fallen in love … the girl next door.

           1) with  

 

 300

 The Princess is heir … the Dutch throne.

          1) to  

 301

 Coffee drinkers have a choice … black and white.

        3) between   

 

 302

Do you remember that scene … the end of the movie?

               1) at  

 

 303

 Kenya is a country rich … wildlife.

       4)  in

 

 304

 It is time for the children to pay a visit … their grandparents.

           2) to

 305

 The Italian chef gave me a recipe … spaghetti carbonara.

       4)  for

 306

 Working constantly at a computer puts a strain … your arms and shoulders.

             1) on 

 307

 The problem … the chewing gum is that it loses its flavour too quickly.

      4)  with

 308

 If you had a choice … marrying for love or marrying for money, which would you do?

       3) between

 

 309

 I know you have a cold, but that’s no excuse … not doing your homework.

           1) for 

 

 310

 If you have to deal with overseas clients, a knowledge … foreign languages is very useful.

           1) of 

 311

 Do you have any objections … my parking the car in front of your house?

    2) to

 312

 Perhaps the three most important human rights are freedom … hunger, fear and prosecution.

       2) from

 313

 Einstein hated school and often missed classes, but he was a real genius … mathematics.

          1) at    

 

 314

 In our class we can do as we like; our teacher has no control … us at all.

           1) over  

 

 315

 Overweight people should not jog because it puts a great strain … their hearts.

       2) on

 

 316

 With reference … your advertisement in today’s Guardian, I wish to apply for the position of Sales Manager.

        3) to     

 317

 We have a good working relationship … the local authority.

            2) with

 

 318

 Do you take pride … your appearance, or are you just vain?

       4)  in

 

 319

 John’s got very strange taste … clothes, hasn’t he?

           2) in

 320

 There has been a considerable improvement … the flow of traffic since they opened the extra lanes on the motorway.

        3)  in  

 

 321

 Please give my regards … your mother when you see her.

            1) to 

 

 322

 Do you know a cure … hiccups?

            1) for  

 

 323

 The public is taking a lot of interest … the new courses.

              1) in     

 

 324

 The attendance … Saturday’s match was very poor.

         2) at

 

 325

 Did he give you any reason … his awful behaviour?

              1) for     

 326

 Take advantage … this special offer!

         4)  of

 

 327

At school today we had a long discussion … the best way to learn a foreign language.

         2) about

 

 328

 Because of a lack … interest, tomorrow’s meeting has been cancelled.

             2) of

 329

 There has been a sharp increase … house prices in recent month.

              1) in                 

 

 330

 Professor Newt is a specialist … marine biology.

               4)  in

 

 331

 Mum must be … a bad mood.

           4)  in

 

 332

 Do sit down. Ms Brown will join you … a moment.

          3)  in      

 

 333

 The Street Lawyer is a novel … John Grisham.

      2) by

 334

 The car went over the brow of the hill and was soon … sight.

    2) out of

335

 Mr. Williams is … lunch at the moment.

        3)  at     

 

 336

 After the war several people were tried for crimes … humanity.

              2) against

 337

 What I’m telling you is not official, it’s … the record.

         3)  off  

 

 338

  … no circumstances should you leave you luggage unattended.

                 2) under

 339

 I always keep a dictionary … hand in case I come across a word I don’t know.

              1) at    

 340

 The technicians have checked the sound equipment and report that everything is … order.

             4)  in

 

 341

 I tried to find someone to type my essay, but … the end I had to do it myself.

           4)  in

 

 342

 I came across a great newsgroup devoted to ice hockey … chance when I was surfing the Web.

            3)  by       

 343

 There’s a big picture of you … the front page of the paper.

                      2) on

 344

 I’ve taken this watch … pieces, and now I can’t put it together again.

                 1) into 

 345

  … all, you must learn to listen more and speak less.

                 1) above                 

 346

 Do you agree? … point, but I don’t think you are completely right.

    2) up to a

 

 347

 I know … experience that I do my best work early in the morning.

            2) from 

 

 348

 I forgot to pack any food so we’ll get something to eat … the way back.

                 1) on   

 

 349

 The grass is always greener … the other side.

                  4)  on

 

 350

 My cousin is related to the Governor … marriage. Her husband is the Governor’s brother.

             3)  by 

 351

 He was reluctant to do it … first, but in the end he agreed.

               1) at      

 352

 I’ m going to be very busy … the next three months.

            3)  over    

 353

 I know them both … sight, but I’ve no idea what their names are.

                2)  by

 

 354

 Do you remember that scene … the end of the movie?

               1) at 

 

 355

 When I was a teacher I knew all my pupils … name.

               2)  by 

 

 356

 We were just … time to see the Queen arrive at the theatre.

               2)  in

 

 357

 He may seem tough and ruthless, but … heart he’s a kind and gentle man.

              2) at

 

 

 358

 He never traveled abroad … fear of becoming ill through eating foreign food.

            1) for 

 

 

 359

 The car may be old, but it’s still … very good condition.

            2) in

 

 360

 I’m not in the habit … giving lifts to hitch-hikers.

             2) of

 

 361

 We decided to stay here … good.

             2) for

 

 362

 I pressed the ‘eject’ button … mistake.

            4)  by

 

 363

 We didn’t know …certain whether they would come or not.

             2) for 

 

 364

 I’m sorry, but I’m not … liberty to tell you any more.

             1) at        

 

 365

  … careful consideration, the government has decided not to put up the price of ice cream.

             2) after 

 

 366

 Don’t worry, they only come out … night.

 

3)  at

 

 367

 I didn’t do it … purpose, honestly!             

 

 4)  on

 

 368

 Dad, there’s a man … the door with a bald head.

2)  at

         

 369

 Marianne is the sort of person who makes you feel immediately … ease.

               1) at

 

 370

 I was angry … him, because he made me unhappy.

  3)  with    

 

 371

 I used to own a car similar … yours.

                1) to 

 

 372

 He is incapable … telling lies.

              1) of 

 

 373

 I am grateful … you for your help.

             2) to

 

 374

 We were doubtful … her passing the exam.

             1) about 

 

 375

 Sarah was very quick … figures, so she became a successful accountant.

            3)  at

 

 376

 That’s not the way to behave. You ought to be ashamed … yourself.

             1) of 

 

 377

 Some plants are sensitive … pollution that they can only survive in a perfectly clean environment.

 

4)  to

 

 378

 Most people are unaware … the difference between Eskimo and Inuit.

               1) of 

 

 379

 Susan is disabled but she likes to do things for herself. She hates to be dependent … others.              

 

4)  on

 

 380

 Don’t you get annoyed … people who push past you?

               4)  at

 

 381

 That remark was not worthy … you.

              3)  of      

 

 382

 I was so absorbed … my book, I didn’t realize what time it was.

               1) in 

 

 383

 We are very short … money.

               2) of 

 

 384

 Smoking is contrary … the Health and Safety Act.

             2)  to

 

 385

 Polar bears are peculiar … the Arctic region.

              1) to 

 

 386

 Jack was delighted … his new DVD player.

              3)  with  

 

 387

 The delay to our flight was due … bad weather over the Atlantic.

              1) to       

 

 388

 Their customs are different … ours.

            2) from

 

 389

 A number of books are missing … the library.

 4)  from

 

 390

 Some people become so addicted … the Internet that they spend all night surfing the Web.

                4)  to

 

 391

 She’s a farmer’s daughter, so she’s accustomed … working with animals.

                 1) to 

 

 392

 The examination wasn’t difficult, but I’m nervous … the results.

                4)  about

 

 393

 I don’t like rap music, but I’m keen … salsa.

                  1) on 

 

 394

 He knows his good points, but he’s blind … his weaknesses.

                 2) to

 

 395

 For dinner we had grilled vegetables and fish, followed … a huge serving of strawberries and cream.

                 1) by   

 

 396

 It … … in this part of the world.

                2) often rains

 

 397

 Take your umbrella.  It … … cats and dogs.

                  2) is raining

                 

 398

 Granny is in the kitchen. She … … a plum-cake.

                   1) is making  

 

 399

 My wife … … a plum-cake.

                 2) often makes

                   

 400

 Can you phone a bit later, please? Jane … …  .

                    1)is having a bath        

 

 401

 Run downstairs. Your sister … … for you.

             1) is waiting                         

 

 402

 I don’t know Spanish, but I … … it now.

             1) am learning                     

 

 403

 John … … in the garden.

             1) is still working       

 

 404

 Dad  … … on Saturdays.

2) usually works

 

 405

 Usually I … … coffee in the morning, but now I prefer tea.

         2) have

        

 

 

 406

 We … … to the cinema.

         2) sometimes go

 

 407

  – What  … … ? – She is a secretary at our college.

3) does she do   

 

 408

 Why … … at my desk? Could you take your place, please?

            1) are you sitting   

 

 409

 We have got tickets, and tomorrow evening we … … to the cinema.

          2) are going

      

 410

 −… … anything tomorrow afternoon?

           1) Are you doing      

 

 411

 – Tim has broken his leg and stays at home.

– Sorry to hear that. I … … him tomorrow.

           2) will visit     

 

 412

 The match … … at half past nine, so I will be at home by 10 o’clock.

           2) finishes

 

 413

 My elder sister … … school in June.

       2) finishes

       

 

 

 414

 It’s Julia’s birthday today. She’s bought much food.  She … … a lot.

          2) is going to cook

         

 415

  –My bags are terribly heavy today.

−Really? I … … you a lift.

          1) will give 

 

 416

 – Do you know Kate’s phone number?

− I’ve bad memory for phone number numbers, but I … … for it in my note-book.

        1) will look            

 

 417

 My uncle has bought bricks. He … … a house in the country.

        2) is going to build

 

 418

  −Has he decided how to spend the money?

−Yes, he … … a car.

          1)  is going to buy         

 

 419

 What time … … for Bristol?

           1) does the next bus leave           

 

 420

  –Haven’t you taken my key? I can’t find it.

   − Just a minute. I … … for it.

           1) will look              

 

 421

 – Jack didn’t pass his exam yesterday.

 − Oh, what … … ?

          2) is he going to do

         

 

 422

  – There is somebody at the door.

         − I … … open.

           1) will                  

 

 423

 The population of our city … … one million by 2000.

           2) will reach

 

 424

 Our next lesson … … on Monday.

       3) is                            

 

 425

 The phone is ringing. I … … answer.

          1) will                   

 

 426

 I think I … … it.

           1) will do               

 

 427

 Tomorrow … … Friday.

2) is

 

 428

 Sam’s plane … … at midnight.

3) arrives                

 

 

 

 

 429

 I … from Warsaw.

          3) am               

 

 430

 He … from Athens.

         1) is            

 

 431

You … great!

         2) are

 

 432

 I … … Italian.

           2) am not             

 

 433

 Why have you bought your guitar?  … … at the party?

2) Are you going to sing

 

 434

 – I’m sure we … … our visit to the Zoo.

            1) will enjoy                  

 

 435

 We … … a holiday last year.

           1) didn’t have              

 

 436

 My parents … … to the USA many times.

           1) have been                

 

 

 

 

 437

 I … … a new dress last week.

            2)bought

 

 438

 … … raining yet?

         

3) Has it stopped                

 

 439

 Don’t worry about your letter. I … … it the day before yesterday.

3) sent                          

 

 440

 I … … my glasses. I can not find them.

           2) have lost             

          

 

 441

When … … school?

3) did Jill finish        

 

 442

 When I was a child, I … … late for school.

              2) was always

 

 443

 I can’t find my umbrella. I think somebody … … it by mistake.               

3) has taken                

 

 444

 –Are you tired?

       −Yes, a  little. I … … the  ceiling today.

                1) have painted           

 

 445

 We … … Peter this week.

              3) haven’t seen          

 

 446

 –Have you got any money?

        −Yes, I … … it from my brother.

              2) have  borrowed

 

 447

 −Where is Jane?

         −She … … the shops. She’ll be back soon

2) has gone to

 

 448

 My husband … … in the bank for three years since 1990 to 1993.

3) worked                              

 

 449

 Mom … … her car keys, so we have to open the door by force .

               1) has lost                             

 

 450

 One of the passengers … … in that accident.

               2) died

 

 451

 My sister and her husband … … since last Christmas.

              3)have been married              

 

 452

  … … today?

             2) Has the post come

 

 

 453

 I saw a light in your window as I … … by.

              2) was passing

 

 454

 Yesterday as I was walking down Cherry Lane, I … … Thomas, an old friend of mine.

              1) met                            

 

 455

 His elder brother said that he … … to enter Leeds University.

            2) was going

 

 456

 While my son … … for my call, somebody knocked at the door.

             2) was waiting

 

 457

 We  … … about him when he suddenly came  in.

              2) were just talking

 

 458

 Yesterday while Dad … …, he cut  himself.

                    2) was shaving                  

          

 459

They were  quarrelling while they … … their car.

             2) were washing

 

 460

 I … … early and got out of bed.

            1) woke up                      

 

 461

I got out of bed an hour later I … … .

             2) had woken up

            

 

 462

 We were late. The meeting … … an hour before.

2) had started

           

 463

She was the most delightful person I… …  .

           2)had ever met

          

 464

 That morning she dressed ,  … somebody, and went out.

            1) phoned                            

 

 465

 That morning she went out after she … … somebody.

           1) phoned                              

 

 466

 He was tired because he  … … hard in the garden all day.

3) had been working              

 

 467

 The sun … … , it got dark, and we went home.

2) sat

     

 

 468

 The Hills were in a hurry, but they … … a taxi and managed to arrive on time.

             1) took                                   

 

 469

 The Hills managed to arrive exactly on time because they … … a taxi.

2) had taken

            

 

 470

 He said he … … the lamp post.

2) had broken

         

 

 471

 I saw a nice kitten when I … … the basket.

             1) opened              

 

 472

 After I … … all my letters, I went to the kitchen to make coffee.

2) had written

 

 473

 Aunt Polly punished Tom Soyer because he… … naughty.

2) had been

 

 474

 Why are you looking so unhappy? I … … my purse.

             1) have lost                           

 

 475

 Sam was upset because Judy … … .

2) hadn’t come

 

 476

 I … … some photos to be developed.  Are they ready?

            1) have left                               

 

 477

 Tell Tommy about these islands. He … … about them.

           1) has never heard                  

 

 

 478

 I’m so happy to see you again. I  … … you since I left London.

              1) haven’t seen                      

 

 479

I … … over the phone when they brought me the letter.

               4) was talking

 

 480

 They … … in the room when the taxi arrived.

4) were sitting

 

 481

 He quickly forgot everything he … … at school.

           2) had learnt

 

 482

 I visited Brasil in May. I … … at a nice hotel for a fortnight.

              1) stayed                             

 

 483

 I  … … at the hotel for a fortnight when I received your letter.

              3) had been staying                

 

 484

 The pianist … … the piano for a whole hour when we came in.

       

3) had been playing                

 

 485

  A man … … unconscious for a few minutes when an ambulance arrived.

2) had been

              

 

 

 486

 John … … for IBM since 1972.

         3) has worked                           

 

 487

 Elizabeth broke her leg while she ... … down a mountain.

             1) was skiing                                 

 

 488

 The children … … into the house when it began to rain.

              2) ran  

 

 489

 Every time Nancy … … some money, she asks her father.

               1) needs                                         

 

 490

 Kevin … … very happy at his job until he got a new supervisor.

              2) had been

          

 

 491

 Jill … … her family to Disneyland on vacation twelve times.

            1) has taken                                 

 

 492

 Olga will give her report to her boss as soon as she … … a few figures.

3) checks                                       

 

 493,1,1,1,0,0

 By the time Matthew finishes medical school, he … … over 60 000  loans. 

           1) will have borrowed                         

 

 

 

 494

They … … at the Park Hotel at present.

2) are staying         

         

 

 495

 Before the guests arrived, Philip … … most of the peanuts.

2) had already eaten

         

 

 496

 The last time I … … to Paris, I took a boat cruise on the Seine.

          1) went                                             

 

 497

 My parents are renting a car this time because ours usually breaks down on long journeys – it ... … very old.

          2) is getting

 

 498

 Pete and I ... … Kate at four.

     

3) are meeting                                  

 

 499

   How long ... … here?

        

3) have you lived                              

 

 500

 ... … I help you with the cooking?

         

3) Shall                           

 


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