Grammar Quiz

Grammar & Vocab Quiz


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Tom said ‘I’m going to London tomorrow’

A. Tom said he was going to London the following day.

B. Tom said he is going to London the following day.

C. Tom said he was going to London tomorrow.


Where can we put relative pronoun in (brackets) = skip it ?

A. Titanic is a film which/that I’ve seen about ten times.

B. There is a nice cafe where we can go.

C. My cousin knows lots of websites where you can play online games.

D. Tina is a great sportswoman who never gives up.


You ______ be here. It’s staff only!

A. can’t

B. need to

C. don’t have to


My sister ______ buy a new dress for the party. She’s got none at the moment.

A. needs to

B. have to

C. is allowed


‘I can swim really fast’

A. He told me that he could swim really fast.

B. He said that he could swim really fast.

C. He said me that he could swim really fast.


If I _____ (speak) perfect English, I ______ (have) a good job.

A. would speak – had

B. spoke – would have


‘I’ve done it!’

I told you that I _____________.
_
A. had done it

B. did it

C. have done it


If my brother ______ (go) abroad, I ____________ (be) very worried.

A. goes / will be

B. go / will be

C. will go / be

D. will goes / will be


You _____ do your homework weekly.

A. need

B. have to

C. can


If you sleep well,

A. you will concentrate more easily.

B. you will sleep in the afternoon.

C. you will be hungry.

D. you will be angry.


‘There was an accident outside the supermarket’

A. He said there has been an accident outside the supermarket.

B. He said there were an accident outside the supermarket.

C. He said there had been an accident outside the supermarket.


Before she had dinner, she …… in the garden.

A. had worked

B. worked

C. was working

D. has worked


Kids ______ forget a mask when coming to school.

A. can

B. must

C. mustn’t


I ______ study hard in order to pass this exam.

A. must

B. can

C. don’t need to


… to the National Museum before we went last month?

A. Have you been

B. Had you been

C. Had you be

D. Hadn’t you been


Which sentence needs the word who?

A. Is that the woman ___ lives next door to your grandmother?

B. Is that the woman ___ you work with?

C. Is that the woman ___ Dan was talking about?


Hannah: ‘I want to go to the football match, but I don’t have enough money’

Hannah said that she ______ to go to the football match, but she didn’t have enough money.
_
A. wanted

B. wants

C. didn’t want


She needed help because someone ………. her money.

A. steal

B. stole

C. had stolen

D. has stolen




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