Angol szintfelmérő 2018.01.24. | By admin 0 Kérjük töltsd ki a következő feleletválasztós tesztet. Név Életkor Email Mobilszám 1. My father ... a journalist.isaredodoes2. English ... are red.busbus’sbusesbusy3. Jean Pierre is ... he is from ...French — FrenchFrance — FrenchFrance — FranceFrench — France4. There are ... cups in the cupboard.anysomeonea5. ... she like cooking?isdodoesisn't6. Susan ... read when she was six.canwas ablewas allowedcould7. Sheila didn’t buy the flowers ... she didn’t like them.andbecausebutalthough8. My sister is ... tall ... my mother is.as — asas — thanthan — asso — as9. You can always ... black shoes.pulls onweartakes ondresses10. ”Do you have anything to say?” ”Yes, I ... ”don’tdohavehaven’t11. The students are in class now. They are ... English.teachinglearningthinkinghaving12. There are a lot of clouds in the sky. It ... rain.iswillwasis going to13. He was very happy. He smiled ...happy wayhapplyhappilythe happy14. Peter hasn’t finished his work ...stillany moreyetalready15. My father has never met him, but ...I haveI metI didn’tI didn’t meet16. Too ... wine is not good for your health.manyfewmuchlittle17. We are talking about the car ......... has a red roof.thatthat’swhowhom18. George ... to a girl when I saw him.was talkingtalktalkedtalks19. He began ... his preparations for the lecture.to doto taketo makedoing20. We haven’t had such a rainy October ... years.foragoduringsince21. My uncle is a rich man. He is ...poorwealthwell to makewealthy22. Laura has a lot of things to do. She ... work very hard.needshas towantlike23. ... I arrive, I will ring you.As soon asThenYetStill24. ...I bring my umbrella, but today I forgot it.NeverSeldomUsuallyYesterday25. My Granny ... me fairy tales when I was a child.used to tellhad toldhave toldhave been telling26. The ball point pen ... by Parker.is inventedare inventedwas inventedhave invented27. Where were you? She asked ...where I waswhere did I goif I was therewhere I had been28. If I see him, I ... him everything.will taketellwill tellgoing to telling29. We’ve run ......... sugar. Could you please buy some more?down onout ofon withaway from30. If I ....... you, I wouldn’t risk it.had beenamwould bewere31. Can I help you? Yes I’d like ...any informationsome informationsome informationsan information32. I don’t want to go sailing. I ... swim instead.am going for awould rather apreferthink I33. ... are fond of sports.EnglishThe EnglishAn EnglishEnglishes34. She doesn’t like beer, means she ... it.wouldn’t likehatesdislikesdoesn’t want35. Sheila likes modern art, means she is ...in it.interestinginterestedinterestsexciting36. What is your new secretary like? She ...is good to typeis good at typingis liking worklike chocolate37. All these houses ....... neglected for decades.will beare beinghas beenhave been38. Sheila has a ... baby.two-months oldtwo-months’ oldtwo-month oldtwo month’s old39. Oh no! We have no gas. Murat ...... to fill the tank.could have forgottenshould have forgottenis supposed to have forgottenmust have forgotten40. If I ... that you were in hospital I ... you.have known — would visithad know — have visitedhad known — would have visitedknew — would visit41. ... Physics, I enjoy my school subjects.ExceptExcept forApartBeside42. Let’s have a game of bridge, ...do wecan weshall wewill we43. After ... I often go to sleep.to eateatingeatto eating44. I have eaten much and now I feel sick. I wish...I hadn’t eaten so much.I have eaten so much.you shouldn’t have eat.you haven’t had have eaten so much.45. Who was the woman ... ?spoke to youthat you spokethat you were speaked tothat you were speaking to46. By the time you get this letter I .... .will have leftam going to leavewould leavewill left47. It’s no use .... to him. He doesn’t listen.to speakspokespeakingto speaking48. Karla was offered the job .... having poor qualifications.althougheven thoughbutdespite49. Because of her behaviour she now has... friends than before.lessfewerlittlemore50. My parents had their sitting room ... .paintpaintingpaintedhave painted51. Even if I ... a wet-suit, I wouldn’t go scuba-diving.would havehavewould have hadhad52. He speaks neither English .. French.ornoreithernot53. She has just finished reading ... chapters of the book.the first twothe two firstfirst twothe two54. They don’t need any help. They can do it ... .theirselfthemselvestheirselvestheir own55. We’re looking for the lady ... handbag was stolen yesterday.of whomwhosewhichthe which56. He’s the best dancer. He dances ... than anyone else.very beautifulmore beautifullymore beautifulmuch more beautiful57. Even though he was tired, he ... going.brought outfell overtake overkept on58. You haven’t been studying much recently and you’d better ......... if you want to pass the language exam.thread your way throughmeet your Waterloopull your socks upchange your spots59. She asked me whether ... a school uniform when I was at infant school.I must weardid I have to wearI had to weardo I had to wear60. Sue’s ... , she speaks English and German equally well.bilingualbilinqualbilanguagedbillinguaged61. You had better ... the tourist information office.inqiuring atinquire toinquire atinquiring at62. Many excited women could ... at the department store sale.be seenseenbe seeingbe see63. It is already 3 o’clock. Can you ... time to catch the bus?make it inhave enoughhave it inmake in64. They decided to spend a romantic night sleeping on the beach and ... at the stars.glimpsinggotinggazinggocusing65. After this has been accomplished, the next ... is their supply-chain partners.hurdleglogsnagtreadle66. I told him time and ... not to do it but he takes no notice.oftenalreadyfrequentlyagain67. ... for his age and he is after all only 12, I think his achievement is remarkable.PermittingAllowingDiscerningRegarding68. Mark and Jane broke up last month. ”Oh, no! They ... out together for years.”had been goinghave gonehad goneare going69. Frank ... promoted soon. After all, his mother is chief executive.is bounding to getis bound to gettingis bound to getis meaning to70. The accident is thought ... by leaves on the railway line.to have been causedto have causedto be causeto have been causing71. Your boss is always criticising your work. I don’t know why you ... .put up it withput it up withput up with itit put up with72. We’re late. By the time we get to the cinema, the film ... .have startedwill startwill have been startingwill have started73. Travelling by coach is cheap. ... ,it can be slow in rush hour traffic.WhereasAlthoughNeverthelessWhile74. Mary isn’t home yet. She ... late at the office again.must have got to workmust have had to workmust’ve to workmust work75. Fabian was a doormat. No wonder his classmates were always giving him a hard time.snobgeekchubby boycowardKöszönjük a válaszadásra szánt időt. Time is Up!