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MAYFLOWER COLLEGE - PLACEMENT TEST

PERSONAL INFORMATION
PERSONAL INFORMATION
First name
Family name (surname)
Email address
Age
Date you will begin your course at Mayflower College (dd-mm-yy)
Course you will take at Mayflower College
SECTION 1: GRAMMAR Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
SECTION 1: GRAMMAR Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
Theresa _____ from Spain.
are
am
is
be
What’s _____ name?
_
his
him
he
My friend _____ in Plymouth.
living
live
lives
is live
Where _____?
works Luca
Luca works
Luca does work
does Luca work
I _____ tea.
no like
not like
like don't
don't like
‘_____ to France, Sara?’ ‘ 'Yes, last summer.'
Did you ever go
Do you ever go
Have you ever been
Are you ever going
Mexico is _____ city I’ve ever visited.
the most big
the bigger
the biggest
the more big
A botanist is someone _____ studies plants.
who
what
which
whose
_____ these days.
I never tennis play
I never play tennis
I play never tennis
Never I play tennis
I _____ meet my friends tonight.
am
going to
go to
am going to
I wish I _____ more time.
have
had
would have
was having
_____ live in England one day?
Would you like
Would you like to
Do you like
Do you like to
SECTION 2: VOCABULARY Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
SECTION 2: VOCABULARY Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
I begin college _____ Monday.
on
in
at
by
I _____ twenty one years old.
am
have
have got
_
I _____ a virus.
am
do
have
got
Do you _____ a uniform at work?
carry
wear
use
hold
‘Where is Susan?’ ‘I have no _____.’
idea
opinion
answer
time
The meal was very expensive. Look at the _____!
ticket
receipt
invoice
bill
How many _____ of shoes have you got?
items
pairs
sets
times
Mary came back from her holiday in Thailand looking really _____.
tanned
sunned
coloured
darkened
SECTION 3: GRAMMAR Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
SECTION 3: GRAMMAR Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
Juan can _____ English.
to speak
speaking
speak
speaks
I’m interested _____ cooking.
for
about
in
to
He likes _____ comfortable clothes.
wearing
to wearing
wear
is wearing
Peter _____ his dinner when his mother arrived.
was eating
eaten
had ate
has been eating
I was wondering _____ help me carry this package?
could you
can you
if you could
if could you
If I _____ to him, I would have told you, wouldn’t I?
speak
had spoken
have spoke
would you spoke
I like your suit. Where _____?
do you have it made
have you made it
did you have made it
did you have it made
I think Gina must _____ late tonight. Her bedroom light is still on.
have studied
study
be studying
to study
Steve tells me Sue’s going out with Marcin, _____ I find hard to believe.
which
who
whose
that
What _____ this evening, Mikhail?
will you doing
are you doing
will you have done
do you do
The weather has been lovely. We’ve had very _____ rain this summer.
little
a little
few
a few
Did you hear what happened to Graham? He _____.
is promoted
promoted
has been promoted
is being promoted
SECTION 4: VOCABULARY Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
SECTION 4: VOCABULARY Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
I usually _____ up at about 07.30h
go
be
do
get
I _____ swimming every week.
play
go
do
have
My father _____ the painting in our house.
does
makes
cooks
takes
Don’t forget to _____ the television when you go to bed.
turn up
turn in
turn off
turn under
She was in _____ when I told her about Owen’s accident.
crying
tears
cries
tearful
He _____ that he had finished his work, but no one believed him.
reassured
informed
insisted
persuaded
Could you _____ me some tools for a few days, please?
lend
owe
borrow
rent
Paula is _____ a lot of time at Juan’s house these days!
taking
spending
having
doing
SECTION 5: GRAMMAR Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
SECTION 5: GRAMMAR Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
How many people _____ in Plymouth?
does live
live
does lives
lives
Let me know when you _____ to work.
get
'll get
'll have got
're getting
If I _____ you, I would stay.
am
would be
were
have been
I don’t know where _____ on Saturday.
did Hector go
Hector did go
went Hector
Hector went
Sally is going to the party but I wish _____.
she won't
she hadn't
she didn't
she wasn't
I’m so thirsty. If only they _____ all the drinks.
wasn’t finishing
didn’t finish
hadn’t finished
hasn’t finished
I regret _____ my homework yesterday evening.
not doing
not to do
to not do
not have done
Surely he _____ you if he was unhappy with his class.
will tell
would have told
must have told
had told
Our lessons aren’t too long, and _____ boring!
neither they aren’t
either they aren’t
nor are they
neither did they be
We had expected that they _____ English at the airport, but they didn’t.
were speaking
would speak
had spoken
spoke
I’d rather I _____ in March, but I do.
don’t have to leave
didn't have to leave
wouldn’t leave
wasn’t leaving
Cristina is very clever. She can talk about _____ subject that comes up.
whatever
whenever
wherever
whoever
SECTION 6: VOCABULARY Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
SECTION 6: VOCABULARY Choose the best word or phrase to fill each blank.
I always _____ sugar in my tea.
have
drink
mix
make
I usually______ music on my way to college.
listen
listen to
hear
watch
Can you give me a _____ with this homework?
leg
back
hand
head
When you are in class, please bear in _____ that some of the other students might need more time than you.
thought
question
mind
opinion
They found some stolen clothes in her bag so the police arrested her for _____.
trespassing
mugging
speeding
shoplifting
The journey was _____ and very tiring.
time-wasting
time-consuming
time-using
out of time
After the elections, the main _____ point was what the government would do first.
discussion
speaking
conversation
talking
There have been a lot of______ against industrial pollution recently.
campaigns
issues
boycotts
strikes
SECTION 7: LISTENING COMPREHENSION    Listen to this recording and mark the sentences true or false.
 
 
SECTION 7: LISTENING COMPREHENSION    Listen to this recording and mark the sentences true or false.
 
 
English will replace other languages.
True
False
English will probably not replace other languages.
True
False
Speaking English is your life.
True
False
Speaking English will help you understand world problems.
True
False
The problems mentioned are climate change, poverty, employment and disease.
True
False
Mathematics is the language of science.
True
False
English is becoming a world language because America is pushing it.
True
False
English mania is a turning point.
True
False
English offers hope for the future.
True
False
English will not be a common language for the world.
True
False
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