a. take, the
b. takes, us
c. takes, our
d. took, a
a. Who is he?
b. What’s his name?
c. What is he?
d. What is him?
a. Are there dogs and cats in your city?
b. Where are the dogs and cats?
c. What is there in your city?
d. What are there in your city?
a. Who is George’s brother?
b. Whose is Kristina and Grace’s brother?
c. Who are Kristina’s and Grace’s brother?
d. Whose brother is George?
a. When does she study English
b. Does she studies English?
c. Do she study English at night?
d. Does she study English at night?
a. How often does he work?
b. When does he at the bar?
c. Does he work at the bar once a week?
d. Is he working at the bar once a week?
a. What aren`t any clean?
b. Are there any clean cups?
c. Where are the clean cups?
d. There are some clean cups?
b. is reading
a. Does they hope to see you in the evening?
b. Do they hope to see you in the evening?
c. Where do they hope to see you in the evening?
d. What do they hope to see in the evening?
d. is choosing
a. How much women is there at the show?
b. How many women are there at the show?
c. How many women is there at the show?
d. How much women are there at the show?
a. How much information does he receive?
b. Does he receive many information often?
c. How many information does he receive often?
d. Does he receive much information often?
a. Did you go to play last holiday?
b. Where did you go last holiday?
c. When you go to play soccer?
d. Where did you play last holiday?
a. are starting
c. is going
a. a shower
b. the bus
d. a secret
a. was studied
b. is studying
c. was studying
d. were studying
a. accustomed to
d. used to
a. is going to look for
b. look for
c. will look for
d. had looked for
a. will talk
b. are going to talk
d. are talking
b. the better
d. the best
a. Would you mind if I asked for a drink?
b. Would you mind getting me a drink?
c. Would you like to get me a drink?
d. Would you like getting a drink?
a. did you do
b. has you been doing
c. have you been doing
d. you have done
a. George has been making a speech,
b. George has made a speech.
c. George has just made a speech.
d. George has already made a speech.
a. Jonas has studied for the exam.
b. Jonas has already studied for the exam.
c. Jonas has been studying for the exam.
d. Jonas studied for the exam.
a. has been working
b. had worked
a. She dislikes onions, even though, she kept eating.
b. She dislikes onions, therefore, she kept eating.
c. She dislikes onions, besides that, she kept eating.
d. She dislikes onions, above all, she kept eating.
a. Our English teacher helps a lot difficult students.
b. Our English teacher helped a lot difficult students.
c. Our English teacher withstood a lot difficult students.
d. Our English teacher withstands a lot difficult students.
a. The store manager had escaped from a co-worker.
b. The store manager had meet a co-worker.
c. The store manager had avoided a co-worker.
d. The store manager had met a co-worker.
a. will not have had
b. wouldn’t have
c. wouldn’t have had
d. haven’t had
a. must have
b. would have
c. will have
d. should have
a. will have entered
b. has entered
c. had entered