Great English archived tests




In this book , you will find many English grammar incomplete sentences for different levels and for variant categories , we will show you some of the examples that were mentioned in this book .

Elementary level#1 ,
 *Q : I only ….. one mistake in last night’s test .
(a)made (b) done (c) did (d) make

*Q : He is looking …. A present to buy his wife.
(a)for (b) at (c) in (d)on

Elementary level#2 ,
Q: When your train arrives. I’ll ….you from the station
(a)take (b) bring (c) fetch (d)remove.

*Q: When you first meet someone, you usually shake them ….the hand.
(a) with (b) on (c) in (d)by

Elementary level#3 ,
*Q: I ….to the concert every Monday on the radio and i imagine I am there listening to it in person.
(a) listen (b) am listening (c) to hear (d) hearing

*Q: He sometimes pretends he can’t…. a single word you are saying but all the time he’s talking it all in.
(a) listen to (b) listening to (c) hear  (d)hearing

Elementary level#4 ,

*Q: It didn’t take long for the children to … off the cakes and pastries that had not been eaten at the party.
(a)end (b) ending (c)finish (d)finishing

*Q: To most people it seemed like a long and successful relationship and so it was a great surprise to learn that they had … with each other

(a) ends (b) ended (c) finishes  (d)finished

Elementary level#50 , Chit Chat : At the pub

*Q: Charles :it’s very good the way he sits at the table and eats his …. With a knife and fork.

(a)substance (b) content (c)sustenance (d)food

*Q: Deborah: Oh yes. He's very good. At home when he's ....... eating, he goes into the kitchen and washes up his plates.

(a) finished (b) ended (c) ends (d) finishes

Elementary level#53 ,

*Q :Alice: He was really good in that. Oh look, he's suddenly stopped and started ........

(a) glaring (b) glazing (c) glancing (d) glossing

*Q: Michael Dobson: I'm very ......., ladies you know who I am. Now can you stop talking so that we can get on with the play?

(a) certain (b) glad (c) clear (d) clever

Elementary level#56 ,

*Q: There are several holidays in Brazil. One is Independence Day and ....... are Children's Day and Teacher's Day.

(a) some others (b) another (c) the others (d) the other


Advanced level # 17 :State Secrets,

*Q: We often hear that such and such a piece of information cannot be released into the public ....... in the interest of national security.

(a) dominion (b) domination (c) domain (d) domestic

*Q: Sometimes a journalist will get hold of sensitive information knowing that he will get ....... by government agencies if he dares reveal it.

(a) wild (b) torn (c) savaged (d) ravaged


# High School Vocabulary

*Q: The result of the election didn't give either candidate a clear majority but in the end the leader of the opposition agreed to step down and ....... to the wishes of the electorate.

(a) accept (b) accent (c) accede (d) ascend

*Q: There was absolutely no call for him to criticise her so cruelly and in almost a ....... manner.

(a) malformed (b) malicious (c) maladroit (d) malcontent













In this book , you will find many English grammar incomplete sentences for different levels and for variant categories , we will show you some of the examples that were mentioned in this book .

Elementary level#1 ,
 *Q : I only ….. one mistake in last night’s test .
(a)made (b) done (c) did (d) make

*Q : He is looking …. A present to buy his wife.
(a)for (b) at (c) in (d)on

Elementary level#2 ,
Q: When your train arrives. I’ll ….you from the station
(a)take (b) bring (c) fetch (d)remove.

*Q: When you first meet someone, you usually shake them ….the hand.
(a) with (b) on (c) in (d)by

Elementary level#3 ,
*Q: I ….to the concert every Monday on the radio and i imagine I am there listening to it in person.
(a) listen (b) am listening (c) to hear (d) hearing

*Q: He sometimes pretends he can’t…. a single word you are saying but all the time he’s talking it all in.
(a) listen to (b) listening to (c) hear  (d)hearing

Elementary level#4 ,

*Q: It didn’t take long for the children to … off the cakes and pastries that had not been eaten at the party.
(a)end (b) ending (c)finish (d)finishing

*Q: To most people it seemed like a long and successful relationship and so it was a great surprise to learn that they had … with each other

(a) ends (b) ended (c) finishes  (d)finished

Elementary level#50 , Chit Chat : At the pub

*Q: Charles :it’s very good the way he sits at the table and eats his …. With a knife and fork.

(a)substance (b) content (c)sustenance (d)food

*Q: Deborah: Oh yes. He's very good. At home when he's ....... eating, he goes into the kitchen and washes up his plates.

(a) finished (b) ended (c) ends (d) finishes

Elementary level#53 ,

*Q :Alice: He was really good in that. Oh look, he's suddenly stopped and started ........

(a) glaring (b) glazing (c) glancing (d) glossing

*Q: Michael Dobson: I'm very ......., ladies you know who I am. Now can you stop talking so that we can get on with the play?

(a) certain (b) glad (c) clear (d) clever

Elementary level#56 ,

*Q: There are several holidays in Brazil. One is Independence Day and ....... are Children's Day and Teacher's Day.

(a) some others (b) another (c) the others (d) the other


Advanced level # 17 :State Secrets,

*Q: We often hear that such and such a piece of information cannot be released into the public ....... in the interest of national security.

(a) dominion (b) domination (c) domain (d) domestic

*Q: Sometimes a journalist will get hold of sensitive information knowing that he will get ....... by government agencies if he dares reveal it.

(a) wild (b) torn (c) savaged (d) ravaged


# High School Vocabulary

*Q: The result of the election didn't give either candidate a clear majority but in the end the leader of the opposition agreed to step down and ....... to the wishes of the electorate.

(a) accept (b) accent (c) accede (d) ascend

*Q: There was absolutely no call for him to criticise her so cruelly and in almost a ....... manner.

(a) malformed (b) malicious (c) maladroit (d) malcontent






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