Level Assessment Test Engels
Let's not dwell on past failures, ......?
    no
    shall we
    don't they
    OK
 
He's got a tatoo on his bum, ......?
    hasn't he
    is he
    no
    does he
 
Put this in the letterbox, ......?
    shall I
    eh
    no
    will you
 
I've never told you about my last girlfriend, ......?
    haven't I
    have I
    did I
    no
 
Choose the word that best completes each sentence.
U kunt kiezen uit: in order to - in case - so that - so as not to - for
I bought mosquito repellant keeping the bugs away while we're at camp.
you were wondering, English is not my native tongue.
I exercise keep fit. Plus I really like it.
He's learning karate self defense purposes.
He carried the knife carefully cut himself.
They ...... a cure for cancer by the end of the century.
    will not have found
    will not be finding
    aren't finding
 
When I get home tonight, I ...... for fourteen hours non-stop.
    drove
    have driven
    will have driven
    will driven
 
There's no point going to pick up John now. He ...... by the time we get there.
    leaves
    is leaving
    will leave
    will have left
 
Did you plant this garden yourself?
    No, we did not planted it.
    No, we had it planted.
 
Did you plaster the walls yourself?
    No, we had it done.
    No, we did it.
 
Read both sentences carefully.
Tick the correct sentence.
    Who wears the pants in your house?
    Who does wear the pants in your house?
 
Tick the correct sentence.
    Who ate all the sardines?
    Who did eat all the sardines?
 
Tick the correct sentence.
    Who does like to climb trees?
    Who likes to climb trees?
 
Tick the correct sentence.
    Where should I deposit old newspapers and glass?
    Where I should deposit old newspapers and glass?
 
Choose the word that best completes each sentence.
In this country, boys ...... do military service.
    don't have to
    must not
    should not
 
At what age ...... you get a driving license?
    might
    can
    would
 
It took a long time, but I ...... repair the car.
    managed to
    can
    would
 
I think you ...... try to relax more.
    would
    should
    shall
 
Choose the answer that best completes each sentence.
Kate could see that the child ...... for some time.
    cries
    was crying
    has cried
    had been crying
 
I wish I ...... this morning.
    never wake up
    never woke up
    had never woken up
    have never woken up
 
Choose correct or incorrect to indicate whether the sentence is punctuated correctly.
U kunt kiezen uit: correct - incorrect
A woman who my sister knows has just bought the house next door.
The job that he got wasn't very interesting.
Dorothy, who does my hair, has just had a baby.
She married a man from Belfast which she met on a bus.
I poured him a glass of wine what he drank at once.
Which question best reflects the meaning of the first question?
What time does the restaurant close?
    Can you tell me when the restaurant closes?
    Can you tell me what time the restaurant close?
 
What time does the film begin?
    Do you know what time the film begins?
    Do you know what time does the film begin?
 
Can I pay by credit card?
    Can you tell me if I can pay by credit card?
    Can you tell me can I pay by credit card?
 
Choose the sentence that most accurately reflects the initial sentence.
Three thousand years ago there were tigers in England.
    It said on this TV programme that there were tigers in England three thousand years ago.
    It said on this TV programme that there had been tigers in England three thousand years ago.
 
The ancient Romans suffered from lead poisoning.
    I read in a magazine that the ancient Romans suffered from lead poisoning.
    I read in a magazine that the ancient Romans had suffered from lead poisoning.
 
Shakespeare didn't speak French.
    The professor said Shakespeare had not spoken French.
    The professor said Shakespeare did not speak French.
 
Match the phrases to make complete sentences.
U kunt kiezen uit: If I win the lottery - If I had known - If they had been friendlier - If we think about it - If I had known - If they had reserved a table - If we had thought this through more carefully - If I had won the lottery - If they are friendlier
, we could have served them better.
, they might have had better service.
, I would have acted differently.
, I would have known exactly how to spend the money.
, we would never have encountered so many problems.
Complete each phrase by adding the correct preposition.
I was unable to take part ... the meeting yesterday.
    in
    with
    at
 
Anne graduated ... university with honours.
    at
    in
    from
 
He?s a PhD student ... the present time.
    at
    in
    on
 
Has John always ... the bookkeeping for their business?
    done
    made
 
Our profits fell ... by almost 15% last year.
    -
    over
    down
 
... my opinion, you?re wrong. I?d check the answers again if I were you.
    to
    in
    of
 
His demeanour was bereft ? emotion.
    of
    by
    with
 
The tank was full ... petrol just yesterday.
    with
    off
    of
 
Nobody may enter ... the room before the professor.
    -
    by
    to
 
Ryan was absent ... class yesterday.
    in
    at
    from
 
`a? or ?an? ? Decide which to use with the following words and phrases.
Voorbeeld: a situation / an exciting situation
NS pass
invitation
honourable discharge
read-only-file
X-ray
He?s ... the shopping.
    doing
    making
 
I am in the field of education. How do you ... your living?
    make
    do
 
Let?s ... a fire before it gets dark.
    make
    do
 
A little extra work won?t ... you any harm.
    do
    make
 
Are you familiar ... that author?
    to
    with
    at
 
Match the one-word verb form with its equivalent phrasal verb from the context provided in each of the sentences given below. Please note that the verb need not agree with the subject or be in the correct tense form.
Voorbeeld: Choose from the following: (a) use up ? (b) put up with (c) put off ? (d) read over ? (e) back down
Could you do me a favour and PERUSE my report?
If we do not start looking into other energy alternatives, we will EXHAUST our supply of fossil fuels by 2020.
Do you think Jacques will YIELD to their demands? He?s usually such a stubborn individual.
If I were you, I simply would not TOLERATE that behaviour in my classroom.
Maybe we should POSTPONE the meeting until our associate is back from holidays.
Match the phrasal verb with its equivalent one-word verb form from the context provided in each of the sentences given below. Please note that the verb need not agree with the subject or be in the correct tense form.
Voorbeeld: ?Choose from the following: (a) bring up ? (b) come around ? (c) think over ? (d) go with ? (e) make up
With such a life changing decision, I strongly advise that you PONDER your options and even sleep on it a few days! Doing a Ph.D. is a big step.
Do not listen to Pierre. He is always CONFABULATING such tales!
Now that you are MENTIONING the topic of wages and inflationary increases, I would like to discuss my salary.
Give him a bit of time to consider your offer. I am quite sure he will AGREE to the proposal.
Are you really sure those shoes MATCH that dress?
Choose the definition that most clearly reflects the CAPITALISED idiomatic expression.
Thank you but I really have ENOUGH ON MY PLATE already.
    I?ve already eaten.
    I couldn?t eat another bite. That means no room for dessert either, I?m afraid.
    I have so much work to do as it is.
 
She has been SHORT-LISTED for the position.
    Her profile was not good enough to be considered for selection for the job.
    She has made it to the next round of interviews.
    She was asked to fill the position on short notice.
 
Their department had to CUT A FEW CORNERS this past year.
    They made a lot of financial cuts.
    Their accountant made several ?changes? in the bookkeeping to make things look better than they actually were.
    They did not extend the contracts of any temp workers.
 
Choose the correct plural for each of the following words'.
city
    cities
    city's
    citys
 
child
    childs
    child's
    children
 
tomato
    tomatos
    tomatoes
    tomato's
 
museum
    museum
    museums
    museum's
 
tooth
    tooth's
    teeth
    toothes