Test nivel adultos

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Water (1)… at the temperature of 100º C

1 is to boil is boiling boils

In some countries (2)… very hot most of the time

2 there is is it is

In very cold countries people wear thick clothes (3)… warm

3 for keeping to keep for to keep

In Great Britain people are always talking about (4)… .

4 a weather the weather weather

In some places (5)… nearly every day

5 it rains there rains it raining

In deserts there isn’t (6)… grass

6 the some any

Places close to the Equator have (7)… weather almost every day

7 a warm the warm warm

In the UK (8)… time of year is usually from December to February

8 coldest the coldest colder

(9)… people don’t know what it’s really like in other countries

9 The most Most of Most

Very (10)… people can travel abroad nowadays

10 less little few

Mohammed Ali (11)… his first boxing match in 1960

11 has won won is winning

After he (12)… an Olympic gold medal he became a professional

12 had won have won was winning

His religious beliefs (13)… change his name when he became world champion

13 have made him made him to made him

If he (14)… lost his fight against Sony Liston, no one would have been surprised

14 has would have had

He travelled a lot (15)… as a boxer and as a world-famous sports personality

15 both and or

He was very well known (16)… the world

16 all in all over in all

Many people (17)… he was the greatest boxer ever

17 is believing are believing believe

To be the best (18)… the world is not easy

18 from in of

Like any top sportsman Ali (19)… work very hard

19 had to must should

Such was his fame that people (20)… always remember him as a world champion

20 would will did

The history of (21)… is (22)… short one

21 aeroplane the aeroplane an aeroplane
22 quite a a quite quite

For centuries man (23)… to fly, but with (24)… success

23 are trying try had tried
24 little few a little

In the 19th century some people succeeded (25)… in balloons.

25 to fly in flying into flying

But it wasn’t until the beginning of (26)… century that anybody (27)… able to fly in a machine (28)… was heavier than air, in other words, in (29)… we now call ‘an aeroplane’.

26 this next the next
27 were is was
28 who which what
29 who which what

The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers. (30)… was the machine which was the forerunner of the jumbo jets that are (31)… common sight in the skies of today.

30 His Their Theirs
31 such such a so

They (32)… hardly have imagined that in 1969, (33)… more than half a century later, a man (34)… walking on the moons surface.

32 could should couldn't
33 not much not many no much
34 will be had been would be

Already (35)… is taking the first steps towards the stars.

35 a man man the man

Satellites have now been around (36)… over 50 years and we are dependent (37)… them for all kinds of (38)… .

36 since during for
37 from of on
38 informations information an information

Not only (39)… currently used for scientific research in space, but also to forecast what kind of weather (40)… .

39 are they they are there are
40 is coming comes coming

By 2050 there (41)… have been satellites in space for over 100 years and the ‘space superpowers’ will be (42)… huge space stations built.

41 would must will
42 having making letting

When these (43)… built it will be the first time (44)… astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers.

43 will be are will have been
44 when where that

(45)… all that, in many ways the most incredible flight (46)… all was (47)… of the flying bicycle, which the world saw on television, (48)… across the Channel from England to France, with nothing (49)… a man to power it.

45 Apart For Except
46 of above at
47 it that the one
48 flying to fly fly
49 apart but than

It’s the first time (50)… what hard work it must be to be a bird!

50 I realise I've realised I am realising

Many teachers (51)… their pupils should learn another language.

51 say to say tell

Learning a second language is not the same (52)… learning a first language

52 as like than

It takes (53)… to learn any second language.

53 long time long a long time

It is said that Chinese is one of the world’s (54)… language to master.

54 harder hardest more hard

English is also quite difficult language to learn because of all the exceptions (55)… have to be learnt.

55 who which what

The basic structures of a language can be learnt quite quickly, but only if you (56)… make an effort.

56 are wanting will to are willing to

Many people aren’t used (57)… grammar in their own language.

57 to the study to study to studying

Most adult students of English wish they (58)… their language studies earlier in life.

58 would start would have started had started

In some countries students have to spend a long time working (59)… their own.

59 on by in

There aren’t (60)… easy ways of learning a foreign language in your home country.

60 no any some

Some people try to improve their English by (61)… the BBC radio sevice.

61 hearing listening listening to

(62)… with a British family can be a good way to learn a English.

62 Live Life Living

It’s no use (63)… to learn a language just by studying a dictionary or vocabulary book.

63 to try trying in trying

Many students of English (64)… take level tests.

64 would rather not would rather prefer not would rather not to

Some people think it’s about time we all (65)… a single international language.

65 learn should learn learnt

Tom Jones is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Cardiff. He (66)… the School staff in 2009 and (67)… there ever since.

66 has joined joined joins
67 has been working worked works

Before (68)… to Cardiff, he taught in Italy and in Spain, and before that he (69)… a student at Cambridge University.

68 move to move moving
69 has been was was being

So far he (70)… in Cardiff for as long as he was in Spain, but he likes the city a lot and (71)… like to stay there for at least another two years, or (72)… he puts it, until his two children (73)… grown up a bit.

70 isn't wasn't hasn't been
71 should would could
72 how which as
73 have will have will be

He met his wife, Kate, in 2002 while he (74)… abroad for a while, and they got married in 2004.

74 was to live was living had been living

Their two children, Dylan and Jenny, (75)… both born in Cardiff.

75 are were have been

The Jones’ boy, (76)… is five, has just started at school, but (77)… sister (78)… at home for another couple of years because she is nearly two years (79)… than him.

76 who which he
77 his their her
78 shall stay stays will be staying
79 younger more young the younger

Tom and Kate Jones (80)… to live in the countryside, but now that they have children, they (81)… into the city centre.

80 are used use used
81 have moved move moved

Tom wanted a house (82)… the school (83)… get to work more easily.

82 next near close
83 in order for to

Unfortunately, (84)… one the two of them really wanted was far too expensive, so they (85)… buy one a little further away.

84 the a that
85 must should had to

By the time the children (86)… to secondary school, (87)… Tom and Kate hope will be in Cardiff, the Jonses (88)… living there for at least fifteen years.

86 go will go will have gone
87 that which what
88 will have been have been will be

They can’t be sure if they (89)… , but if they (90)… , their friends won’t be too surprised.

89 stay do stay will stay
90 don't didn't won't

Mike’s coming to visit you, … ?

91 hasn't he wasn't he isn't he

It’s been a long time since you’ve seen her, … ?

92 hasn't it isn't it haven't you

He’s due to get here tomorrow, … ?

93 won't he isn't he will he

He won’t be arriving till about 10.30, … ?

94 isn't he is he will he

You met him while you were in Bilbao, … ?

95 didn't you weren't you haven't you

I think I’m expected to pick him up from the airport, … ?

96 aren't I don't I are you

No doubt you’d rather he stayed in England now you’re not talking, … ‘

97 didn't you wouldn't you shouldn't you

Nobody else has been told the queen is coming, … ?

98 is he has he have they

We’d better not stay out too late tonight, … ?

99 didn't we have we had we

I suppose it’s time we went to bed, … ?

100 didn't we isn't it don't I