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1  Quick Test Intermediate

GRAMMAR 17 I’m not ____ speak to Jason any more.


A will ■  B going ■  C  going to  ■
Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
18 She _____ eats meat or fish. She’s a strict vegetarian.
Example: My parents _____ in China. A often ■  B never ■  C sometimes ■
A  are born  ■  B  were born  ■ ✓ 
19 How many cups of coffee _____ a day?
C  was born  ■
A  do you drink  ■  B  are you drinking  ■ 
1 Anna’s in the kitchen. She _____ dinner. C  you drink  ■
A cooks ■  B  ’s cooking  ■  C  will cook  ■ 20 What _____ when he finishes university?
2 I _____ to eat fresh vegetables – I don’t like frozen. A  is he going to do  ■  B  does he do  ■ 
A prefers ■  B  ’m preferring  ■  C prefer ■ C  he does  ■
3 Today most people _____ on junk food. 20
A  cuts down  ■  B  are cutting down  ■ 
C  is cutting down  ■ VOCABULARY
4 It’s hot in here! _____ open the window?
a Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with
A  Will I  ■  B  Shall I  ■  C  Do I  ■ food words.
5 He _____ swimming on Tuesdays.
Example: We had _____ chicken and vegetables for
A  always goes  ■  B  is always going  ■  dinner last night.
C  goes always  ■
A grilled ■ ✓   B grill ■  C grills ■
6 A Is there anything on TV tonight?
B I don’t know. _____ in the paper. 1 Beetroot and cabbage are types of _____.
A  I’ll look  ■  B  I’m going to look  ■  A vegetables ■  B fruit ■  C meat ■
C  I look  ■ 2 I love seafood, especially _____.
7 We _____ the cinema on Saturday. Would you like to A chicken ■  B duck ■  C prawns ■
come? 3 Food that isn’t cooked is _____.
A  will go to  ■  B  go to  ■  C  are going to  ■ A boiled ■  B raw ■  C fried ■
8 My brother _____ a job at the moment. 4 Can you pass me the _____ of milk, please?
A  isn’t having  ■  B  won’t have  ■  A jar ■  B carton ■  C tin ■
C  doesn’t have  ■ 5 This curry is really _____. It has lots of chillies in it.
9 I predict that you _____ marry someone rich and A fresh ■  B raw ■  C spicy ■
famous! 6 We don’t like that restaurant because the service
A  are going  ■  B shall ■  C should ■ isn’t _____.
10 We’re _____ about you at the moment, and we hope A fast ■  B healthy ■  C delicious ■
you’ll be home soon. 7 I don’t want to cook tonight. Let’s get a _____ from
A believing ■  B knowing ■  C thinking ■ the Chinese restaurant.
11 The traffic’s terrible. I _____ miss my train. A diet ■  B takeaway ■  C food ■
A  will to  ■  B  ’m going to  ■  C  go to  ■
A _____ we order some salad?
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B Good idea.
A Must ■  B Will ■  C Shall ■
13 Tom _____ arrives on time. He’s always late.
A never ■  B sometimes ■  C often ■
14 Where _____ you going on holiday this year?
A will ■  B are ■  C do ■
15 People’s characters _______ on their family
background.
A  are depending  ■  B depends ■  C depend ■
16 What _____ next weekend?
A  do you do  ■  B  will do you  ■ 
C  are you doing  ■

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1  Quick Test Intermediate

b Tick (✓) the correct word(s) for the definitions, PRONUNCIATION


A, B, or C.
a Which word has a different sound? Tick (✓) A, B,
Example: a woman who marries someone with or C.
children
Example: A van  ■  B tram  ■  C lane  ■

A  stepdaughter  ■  B mother-in-law ■ 
C stepmother ■
✓ 1 A crab  ■  B salmon  ■  C prawn  ■
8 your grandfather’s / grandmother’s mother 2 A chicken  ■  B diet  ■  C fish  ■
A great-grandfather ■  3 A fried  ■  B grilled  ■  C spicy  ■
B great-grandmother ■  C grandmother ■ 4 A beef  ■  B beans  ■  C pear  ■
9 the number of people born every year 5 A lamb  ■  B grape  ■  C baked  ■
A  birth number  ■  B  birth amount  ■ 
C  birth rate  ■ b Which is the stressed syllable? Tick (✓) A, B, or C.
10 description of a family who keep in touch and help Example: A  exciting  ■
✓  B exciting  ■ 
each other C exciting  ■
A close ■  B near ■  C open ■
6 A delicious  ■  B delicious  ■  C delicious  ■
11 competition between two people, e.g. a brother and
7 A relative  ■  B relative 
■ C relative  ■
a sister
A attitude ■  B rivalry ■  C rebellion ■ 8 A stepfather  ■  B stepfather  ■ 
C stepfather  ■
12 relatives who aren’t immediate family
9 A vegetable  ■  B vegetable  ■ 
A  close family  ■  B stepfamily ■ 
C vegetable  ■
C  extended family  ■
10 A grandparents  ■ B  grandparents  ■ 
13 a child without brothers and sisters
C grandparents  ■
A  an only child  ■  B  a single child  ■ 
C  a one child  ■ 10

14 your sister’s / brother’s daughter Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50


A nephew ■  B cousin ■  C niece ■

c Tick (✓) the opposite adjective, A, B, or C.


Example: generous
A bossy ■  B mean ■
✓   C spoilt ■
15 stupid
A clever ■  B reliable ■  C sensible ■
16 talkative
A quiet ■  B bossy ■  C moody ■
17 self-confident
A selfish ■  B shy ■  C jealous ■
18 honest
A inhonest ■  B unhonest ■ 
C dishonest ■
19 hard-working
A moody ■  B lazy ■  C sociable ■
20 patient
A inpatient ■  B unpatient ■ 
C impatient ■
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