Ingilizce Seviye Belirleme Testi A1
SECOND TERM THE SECOND EXAM
1. Sally: — are your friends from?
Fred : — are from Canada.
A) What/They B) Where / You
C) Where/They D) Who / We
2. Tim: — is your girl friend's name?
Phill: She is Sue and she is from —.
A) What / Brazil B) What / Brazilian
C) Where / Brazil D) When / Brazil
3. Teacher: How — is your father?
William : He is —.
A) often / fortieth B) old / forty
C) many / a teacher D) much /fine
4. Martha : What — is your pen friend?
Albert: She's —.
A) from / France B) nationality / a nurse
C) old / sixteen D) nationality / Greek
5. Sammy : Hi, Julie.—–?
Julia: Thanks, I'm fine.
A) Is your sister a student B) How is she
C) How are you D) Where is she from
6. Tina: Where is your English teacher from?
Oliver : He — from —.
A) is / Turkey B) is / English
C) isn't/Turkish D) is / French
7. Timmy: —?
Lisa: She's 15 and she's from Argentina.
A) How is your sister
B) How old is your brother
C) Where is your father from
D) How old is your pen friend
8. Sally: How — is your little brother?
Freddy: He is six — old.
A) many / years B) old / —
C) old / months D) often / weeks
9. Lisa: — is your Maths teacher?
Samentha: She's —.
A) How / Turkish B) How old / fine
C) Where / Turkey D) How old / forty-three
10. Jill: What — are your classmates?
Mike: — are —.
A) nationality / They / Spanish B) country / They / Spanish
C) nationality / They / Spain D) from / They / Spain
11. My wife's daughter is my —.
A) son B) daughter
C) niece D)nephew
12. My — is my father's —.
A) uncle / brother B) uncle / sister
C) brother / uncle D) sister / son
13. Dennis: Is that — elephant?
Berta: No, it isn't. It's — giraffe.
A) — / a B)a/a
C) an / a D) — / an
14. Father: — have you — in your pocket?
A) Where / got B) What / has got
C) What / get D) What / got
15. Poter: — your sister got fair hair?
Jack: Yes, she—–.
A) Has / has B) Have / is
C) Have / has D) Has / have
16. Mr.Jackson : Are — plates or bowls in the cupboard?
Ms.Jackson: — are plates.
A) they/those B) these / They
C) They / those D) Them / their
17. Phace : — is this mobile phone?
Shila: It's —.
A) Where / mine B) What / yours
C) Whose / mine D) Whose / in my bag
18. Jaanie: — is your wedding ceremony?
Michael: — Saturday evening.
A) What / On B) When / In
C) When / On D) Where/At
19. Monday is the day —Tuesday.
A) on B) before
C) in D) after
20. Oliver: Are — parents officers?
Twain: No, — are doctors.
A) your / you B)your/they
C) you / we D)your/ we
21. My brother — got a bike but I — got one.
A) hasn't / hasn't B) has / has
C) have / haven't D) hasn't / have
22. Mum : Have we got — honey?
Dad: No, but we've got — jam.
A) any / any B) any / some
C) some / any D) some / some
23. This is — pencil, and that is — pencil.
A) my / mine B) my / your
C) your/yours D) mine / mine
24. Sabina: — one is your car?
Mike: The — one.
A) Whose / big B) Which / is
C) Which / red D) Whose / are
25. My father's — is my —.
A) wife / mother B) son / father
C) husband / father D) sister / uncle
26. Mrs. Bem : Where — the children?
Mr. Bem: — are in the garden.
A) is / She B) do / You
C) are / They D) can / We
27. Teacher: — is that over there?
Samuel : — a mouse.
A) Where / They are B) What/It is
C) Whose / It can D) Where / It does
Cathy: They're Jimmy's.
A) What is this on the bed B) Where is your pencil
C) When is the football match D) Whose are these socks
29. My — is — the third floor.
A) flat / on B) house / in
C) flat / in D) house / under
A) She/uncle B) She / aunt
C) You / father D) We / friend
31. We — a sofa and a fireplace in our —.
A) have / bathroom B) has / garden
C) has / garage D) have / living room
32. My younger brother isn't married. He is still —.
A) only B) friend
C) single D) male
33.I don't have — Turkish friend here in Kuala Lumpur.
A) a B) an
C)any D) some
34. She's got — terrible headache.
A) the B)any
35. Robert is — engineer and his sister is — hairdresser.
A) an / an B) — / a
C) an / a D)an/ —
36. Can you turn — the radio in — living room, please?
A) on / the B) off / a
C) off / an D) on/ —
37. Laura: Have you got — dictionary?
Karen: Yes, I have — in my bag.
A) an / an B)a/a
C) an / one D) a/one
38. Terry: — theatres are there in your town?
Larry: There is only —.
A) How much / two B) How many / one
C) How often / twice D) How much / once
39. Teacher: Where—–your family?
Martha : — Manchester.
A) is / In B) are / To
C) do / From D) does / At
40. Farmer: — there — eggs in the basket?
George: No, there —.
A) Is /any/aren't B) Are / some / aren't
C) Is / some / isn't D) Are / any / aren't
41. Tim: How often do you buy tabloid magazines?
A) No, sometimes B) At ten o'clock
C) Tonight D) Every Sunday
42. Officer: — is your — and where — you —?
Garcia: I'm Garcia and I'm from Spain.
A) What / name / are / from B) Where / name / are / from
C) What / city / do / in D) Where / name / do / in
43. My sister hasn't got — friends in Paris. She's —.
A) an / single B) any / married
C) any / lonely D) some / accountant
44. Headmaster: How many students — there in the classroom?
Teacher: There — only one.
A) are / is B) are / are
C) is / are D) is/is
45. My wife never smokes. She — smoking.
A) hates B) hate
C) like D) loves
46. Mr. Turner lives — the second — and we live on the — floor.
A) at / floor / first B) on/floor/third
C) in / floor / first D) on / flat / third
47. My son — play the flute, but he — play the piano.
A) can / can't B) is / can
C) can't / can't D) can / is
Paul: No, she can't.
A) Can your brother play the guitar
B) Can your friend and you climb a tree
C) Can your parents speak Spanish
D) Can your niece drive a car
49. Every year millions of tourists—–the — theatre in Ephesus.
A) is visiting / large B) visits / historical
C) visit / ancient D) can visit / fast
50. My son and daughter—–.
A) studies very hard
B) watches cartoons on TV every night
C) can speak three foreign languages
D) is a student in a primary school
51. The shopping mall — at 6.00 in the morning and — at 10.00 in the evening.
A) is opening / close B) opens / closes
C) open / is closing D) open / close
52. Shall we turn — the heating? The room is rather hot.
A) on B)off
53. David: How — your sister go to school everyday? Susan: On—–.
A) do / bus B) does / foot
C) does / taxi D) is / feet
54. Tom: What would you like — drink?
Jack: — I have lemonade, please?
A) — / Can B) to / Can
C) to / Would D) with / May
55. My parents — going to — a holiday in Prague.
A) are / have B) is / have
C) can / having D) do / having
56. My father usually — up early, but he — still in bed today.
A) is getting / does B) can get / doesn't
C) get/can D) gets / is
57. Mary: Where — your mother work?
Peter: She — in a hospital.
A) is / is working B) do / work
C) can / is working D) does / works
58. My family and I — home at 8.00 in the morning and — home at 6.00 pm.
A) are leaving / arriving B) leaves / arrives
C) leave / arrive D) am leaving / arrive
59. On Sundays, my mother usually — a book and my father —TV.
A) reads / are watching B) reads / watches
C) is reading / can watch D) reads / is watching
60. Tim: What—–you going to—–for lunch?
Sue: I am — eat spaghetti with cheese.
A) are / have / going to B) do / have / going to
C) are / has / not going to D) can / have / not going to
61. There — be an old mansion opposite the fountain, but now there—–.
A) didn't use to / are B) used to / wasn't
C) didn't use to / are D) used to / isn't
62. Kate: — does your father go abroad?
Jane: Twice a —.
A) How much / year B) How often / month
C) How many / week D) How / day
63. My students and the headmaster —.
A) wants to go swimming now
B) gets up at six in the morning
C) is playing football in the garden
D) are watching 'Dead Poets Society' at the moment
64. Twenty-five years ago, I — a teacher. I — a student.
A) wasn't / was B) wasn't / am
C) am/wasn't D) was / were
Paul: No, thanks.
A) Could you open the door, Madam
B) Can we eat pizza for lunch, dad
C) Would you like a piece of cake
D) Do you have dinner at 8.00 everyday
66. My son can —.
A) studying English everyday
B) plays the violin twice a day
C) not swim in the river
D) listening to classical music
67. My friends always — a picnic by the river on Saturdays. Today is Saturday, and now they — a picnic by the river.
A) are having / are going B) is having / are going to
C) have / are having D) have / have
68. Our next meeting is — Friday, — 2.30, — the afternoon.
A) at / in / on B) on / at / in
C) at / on / in D) on / in / at
69. Mark: How — do you have a bath?
Terry: Three — a week.
A) often / times B) much / minutes
C) many / days D) tall / hours
70. My father — goes to bed late. He — goes to bed early.
A) always / usually B) never / never
C) sometimes / always D) always / never
71. My parents and I generally have — cheese, fried eggs and — olives for breakfast.
A) some / a lot of B) a few / a lot of
C) a little / a little D) a few / a little
Tom: I have my breakfast at 07.15.
A) Do you like breakfast
B) Why don't you have breakfast
C) What do you have for breakfast
D) What time do you have breakfast
73.I would like — a strong coffee, please.
A) to B) drink
C) to drink D) to drinking
74. My husband — reading articles in his free time.
A) likes B) would like to
C) would like D) like
75. We can't — a summer holiday. We're broke.
A) sell B) afford
C) save D) solve
76.I am going to call the —. The tap in the kitchen doesn't work.
A) police B) plumber
C) mechanic D) dentist
77. Can you see the blocks of — over there? We're going to move there next month.
A) homes B) flats
C) parks D) centres
78. Sue: Is that man rich?
Joe: Yes, very rich. He — two mansions, three cars and a factory.
A) owns B) gives
C) buys D)chooses
79. There isn't much — in my room, so I keep my books in my sister's room.
A) air B)space
C) cupboards D) places
80. My father is going to pick me — after school so I can't come with you.
A) on B)up
C) down D)in
81. My uncles always — me when I'm in trouble.
A) use B) mind
C) give D) support
82. He always looks very — at work, but at home he always has a smile on his face.
A) serious B) funny
C) happy D) nice
83. Please, don't — any noise. The boy's —-
A) go / studying
B) make / sleeping
C) do /jumping
D) run / crying
84. There's a(n) — fountain — to our shop.
A) old / near
B) big / behind
C) large / in front
D) ancient / next
85. Teacher: What does a — do?
Tim : He — us.
A) barber / plants
B) doctor / flies
C) shopkeeper / tells
D) policeman / protects
86. We can't see the play because there are no tickets —.
87. Your younger brother is always making a lot of noise while you're studying. You get angry and say:
A) You're a couch potato!
B) You're a real pain!
C) You're funny!
D) You're playful!
88. You see an injured bird lying on the road. What would you say:
A) What is it after
B) Here you are
C) No problem
D) Poor thing
89. Your best friend wants to buy a CD but he hasn't got enough money. He asks you for some money but you haven't got any money, so you say:
A) I'm broke
B) I'm lucky
C) I'm safe
D) I'm helpful
90.I like surfing on the net in my — time.
91. Ruth: What does "porter" — in Turkish?
A) repeat B) sell
C) mean D) use
92. Can you walk slowly, please?
I can't catch up — you.
93.I want to — English and go to England to study there.
94. — in the blanks using the words in the box.
95. We are going to Adana at the weekend We will — by bus.
A) think .
96. Is there any cold water in the —?
97. This hamburger is —. Would you like to have a piece?
98. Can you — me your dictionary for a second, please?
99. His sister can't — her uniform by herself. My mother always helps her.
100. Dennis: Can you — up that tree?
Jane: No, I can't.
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