We’re Swedish. [.........] names are Tomas and Karl.

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1

Our

2

We

3

Us

Choose the correct phrase:

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1

He no can speak Spanish.

2

He can’t speak Spanish.

3

He can’t to speak Spanish.

[.........]on the right in Britain.

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1

You not must drive

2

You mustn’t driving

3

You mustn’t drive

We can’t go out now [.........]

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1

It rains.

2

It’s raining.

3

It rain.

Do you go [.........] school by bus?

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1

at

2

on

3

to

Choose the correct phrase:

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1

What you are doing?

2

What’s you doing?

3

What are you doing?

I haven’t got [.........] money.

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1

any

2

some

3

a

There is [.........] sugar in this coffee.

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1

a lot of

2

much

3

many

Was she at school yesterday?

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1

No, she weren’t.

2

No, she wasn’t.

3

No, she not.

How long[.........]?

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1

did he waited

2

he waited

3

did he wait

I came to England [.........] English.

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1

for learning

2

for to learn

3

to learn

He’s [.........] at tennis than football.

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1

more good

2

better

3

best

I [.........] television this evening.

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1

am going to watch

2

watching

3

watch

If  you don’t feel well, you [.........] see a doctor.

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1

can

2

should

3

have

He [.........] school last June.

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1

left

2

has left

3

did leave

I [.........] in England since 20th May.

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1

was

2

been

3

have been

I spoke to a girl [.........] was  from Singapore.

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1

which

2

who

3

whose

When I looked out of the window, [.........].

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1

it was raining.

2

it were raining.

3

it rained.

He left without [.........] goodbye.

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1

to say

2

saying

3

say

He speaks English [.........]

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1

well but slow.

2

good but slowly.

3

well but slowly.

Choose the correct phrase:

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1

I come if you pay for me.

2

I’ll come if you pay for me.

3

I’ll come if you paid for me.

I don’t want to go.

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1

Neither he does.

2

Neither does he want.

3

Neither does he.

They went to London, [.........] ?

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1

weren’t they.

2

didn’t they

3

aren’t they.

You [.........] speak perfect English to get the job.

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1

don’t have to

2

mustn’t

3

don’t have

Choose the correct phrase:

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1

Where was this make?

2

Where were these made?

3

Where these were made?

My bike [.........]

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1

have been stolen

2

has been stole

3

has been stolen

The match [.........] on Saturday.

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1

is going to play

2

is going to be played

3

is playing

Choose the correct phrase:

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1

You’d pass the exam, if you will work harder.

2

You’d pass the exam, if you worked harder.

3

You’ll pass the exam, if you would work harder.

Do you think she will she pass the exam?

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1

Yes, I think so.

2

Yes, I don’t think it.

3

Yes, I think.

[.........] this letter for me as soon as possible.

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1

I want that you post

2

I want you to post

3

I want you post

Look! We have just [.........] petrol. Let’s stop soon.

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1

run out of

2

exhaust

3

ran out

I’d rather [.........] the meeting until next week.

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1

call in

2

call off

3

call out

Mary asked me if I knew what time [.........].

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1

the match started.

2

started the match.

3

did the match start.

It was the first time they [.........], so they were excited.

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1

visited the city.

2

have visited the city.

3

had visited the city.

There is no [.........] how long the job will take.

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1

saying

2

telling

3

guessing

Power napping is  intense sleep which dramatically improves [.........]

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1

execution.

2

alertness.

3

effectiveness.

However, the conditions must be right and practice is required to [.........] the effects.

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1

maximize

2

increase

3

benefit

To prevent [.........] on awakening, power naps should last 25 minutes.

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1

fatigue

2

disorientation

3

surprise

Power napping is not a good idea if you find it difficult to wake up at the [.........] time.

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1

given

2

exact

3

designed

Finally, power napping should not be confused  with the kind of dozing that can [.........] a sensation of overwhelming sleepiness during the day.

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1

accompany

2

compare

3

find