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Школа 11 класс Английский язык Final Test 2

Школа 11 класс Английский язык Final Test 2

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1 Complete using the correct form of the verb in brackets

  1. It's the first time ... (I / ever / eat) sushi.

  2. Mary ... (not / see) her brother since she went to university.

  3. They ... (go) on holiday to Norway and won't be back until the end of the month.

  4. Linda ... (write) that essay for hours now and she still hasn't finished!

  5. (you / already / decide) ... where you're going this summer?

  6. Ann ... (wait) for me when I arrived.

  7. When I last saw you, you ... (think) of moving to a new flat.

  8. It’s usually dry here at this time of the year. It ... (not/rain) much.

  9. Ann has gone out.” “Oh, has she? What time ... (she/go)?”

  10. I’d like to see Tom again. It’s a long time since ... (I/saw) him.

  11. When ... (she/get) there, ... (Paul/wait) for her. His train ... (arrive) earlier.

  12. We were surprised when Jenny and Mary got married last year. They ... (only/know) each other for a few weeks.

  13. I wasn’t hungry at lunchtime so I didn’t have anything to eat. ... (I/have) a big breakfast.

  14. I’ve decided to learn a new language?”

Have you? Which language ... (you/learn)?”


I see. And ... (you/do) a course?”

Yes. I hope ... (I/enjoy) it.”


2 Rewrite the sentences using the words given in brackets.

  1. Sam locked the door. He went to bed. (having) ...

  2. My sister and I always stayed on our grandparents' farm during the summer holidays, (would)...

  3. Anna finished her studies. Then she worked abroad for five years, (after)...

  4. My uncle was in a lot of pain after his accident. He was always cheerful when we visited him. (despite)...

  5. Sally worked as a sales assistant in the computer shop for two years. Then she became the manager, (after) ...


3 Join the sentences using suitable relative pronouns to form defining and non-defining clauses.

  1. The children stared at the man. He had rings in his nose.

  2. Mrs Wilkins is celebrating her eightieth birthday today. She lives near us.

  3. Sue's car is quite old but reliable. She drives it almost every day.

  4. Joe bought a really expensive leather jacket. It was made in Italy.

  5. Chris is having flying lessons. His father is a pilot.


4 Change the verb in brackets into the passive infinitive, passive perfect infinitive or passive gerund.

  1. She hates (laugh at) ...

  2. These bills should (pay) ... last week.

  3. His music tends (criticise) ... for being monotonous.

  4. I don't like (ask) ... a lot of questions.

  5. The children shouldn't (allowed) ... to swim there.


5 Write the verb in the brackets in the correct passive or active form.

  1. Could he tell me where his passport ... (issue)?

  2. When the winning actress ... (finally/ announce), a big cheer went up.

  3. Your business trip to New York next week ... (confirm) by the USA office?

  4. Everyone who ... (invite) to the wedding came.

  5. The issue ... (discuss) in the Chamber yesterday, but no decisions ... (take).

  6. By the time we got there, the problem ... (sort) out.

  7. The party ... (plan) months in advance, but we still ... (have) problems last week.

  8. After ... (treat), I ... (allow) to leave the hospital.

  9. We ... (board) the ship and ... (show) to our cabin by a steward.

  10. The new exhibition should ... (open) by an actress from a soap opera, but he didn’t come.


6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of these multi-part verbs. There is one extra multi-part verb.


check in; get at; get by; get on with; put up with; take off

  1. Their plane ... at 8 p.m. last night.

  2. Sam's mother is always ... him because of his untidiness.

  3. How do you ... Fiona? - Really well. We're good friends.

  4. We have to ... at the airport two hours before our flight.

  5. They haven't got a lot of money but they ...

7 Complete the sentences with personality words.

  1. She never thinks about other people's feelings and often upsets her friends by her i... remarks.

  2. He's completely r...... and always keeps a promise.

  3. Pete can be a bit m... I never know if he's going to be happy, miserable or angry!

  4. She's got lots of friends and is one of the most p... girls in the school.

  5. Ann doesn't find it easy to express her feelings or opinions. She's always been rather r...

8 Put the words in brackets into the correct form.

Sue is a (1 practice) ... person and usually does things (2 logic) ... and (3 sense) ... . Her brother, Tom, says she can be a bit (4 bore) ... because she isn't very (5 imagination) ... . He's (6 create) ... and (7 ideal) ... but he's not very (8 tolerate) ... or (9 sympathy) ... . Sue says he often behaves (10 selfish) ... .

9 Underline the correct word in the sentences.

  1. Our new neighbours moved in /into/ to last week.

  2. I hope you'll back me out/over/up when I tell them it wasn't my fault.

  3. They burst into/out/with laughing when they saw her new hairstyle.

  4. She's thrown out/through/up all her old music magazines.

  5. I feel bad about/for/with forgetting your birthday.

  6. It was getting dark so we headed back/for/in to our hotel.

  7. He walked away/from/out on his family three years ago.

  8. She went to the cinema to take her mind away/from/off her problems.

  9. It was late when they got at/back/to home.

  10. The children fell about/into/up laughing when they saw the clowns.