English Quiz Grammar 3 – multiple-choice questions

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English quiz grammar 3

English Grammar Quiz 3 - multiple-choice questions

English quiz grammar 3
English quiz grammar 3

English Grammar Quiz 3

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1. Twenty-two cents ________ kilo is now the market rate for unroasted coffee beans.
a) the
b) a
c) –
d) an

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2. Once Freddie Mercury said that he was not married to ________ music, he was married to love.
a) the
b) a
c) an
d) –

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3. The advantage of girls’ voices is that they don’t break in ________ way as boys’.
a) same
b) a same
c) the same
d) similar

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4. ________ people take the view that law is a normative system.
a) no
b) any
c) not any
d) some

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5. It was like any other hotel in some ways: ________ a reception desk, a white piano and a restaurant.
a) there was
b) there were
c) there is
d) there are

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6. People are ________ winners nor losers.
a) either
b) neither
c) both
d) –

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7. Traffic congestion in central London is ________ bad as it was a decade ago.
a) not as
b) no as
c) not so
d) no

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8. A woman says she endured a ‘living nightmare’ when her newborn boy was given to ________ woman in the hospital.
a) other
b) another
c) the other
d) different

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9. Wales saw the biggest jump in the number of people declaring ________ bankrupt in 2008.
a) them
b) their
c) oneself
d) themselves

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10. Young people do not want to listen to their ________ music even if it is quite listenable.
a) parent
b) parent’s
c) parents’
d) parents

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11. In many ways poverty is now so much worse ________ its surrounding circumstances.
d) because of
b) because
c) thanks to
d) because of

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12. The shock 12 per cent rise in the cost ________ a typical shopping basket in the UK hurts everybody.
a) of
b) for
c) on
d) to

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13. ________ various political parties are never likely to agree on the details, it’s possible they might agree on an approach.
a) in spite of
b) contrary to
c) besides
d) although

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14. The political situation in the UK is potentially ________ serious than it was in the past.
a) much
b) much more
c) more much
d) more less

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15. As the consumers get ________ the greedy banks keep getting richer.
a) more poor
b) more poorer
c) poorer
d) the poorer

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16. Who ________ you calling barbaric?
a) is
b) are
c) do
d) does

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17. How many law lords ________ to decide a case?
a) it takes
b) do it take
c) takes
d) does it take

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18. Once upon a time ‘Britishness’ was something the British had and foreigners ________ .
a) didn’t
b) hadn’t
c) wasn’t
d) haven’t

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19. In 1986 the UK chose ________ in human space missions.
a) to participate not
b) to not participate
c) not to participate
d) not participating

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20. People in their 50s and 60s have more important things to do than worry about ________ .
a) be cool
b) to be cool
c) will be cool
d) being cool

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21. Audiences expect their idols ________ young forever.
a) remain
b) to remain
c) remaining
d) will remain

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22. Alexa ________ a model, but not any more.
a) used to being
b) used be
c) used to be
d) used being

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23. For most of her life Janet Jackson ________ as an actress, a singer and a younger sister of her famous brother.
a) is famous
b) has been famous
c) was famous
d) had been famous

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24. In India, wine ________ now as never before.
a) is drunk
b) is being drunk
c) has been drunk
d) was drunk

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25. Bournemouth beach ________ best in Britain for water quality.
a) has been voted
b) had been voted
c) voted
d) was voted

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26. Looking glamorous the actress spoke of her fears the photographers ________ her home.
a) follow
b) will follow
c) would follow
d) are following

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27. This artist hadn’t been interested in the commercial art world until a gallery unexpectedly ________ him.
a) didn’t approach
b) approached
c) has approached
d) hasn’t approached

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28. As it ________ many times in press, one of the main problems in the UK is the huge parasitic organism that the public sector has become.
a) has been mentioned
b) is mentioned
c) had been mentioned
d) was mentioned

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29. Lord Fellowes told the High Court in London that he ________ any part in arranging the car crash that killed Diana and Doddi Fayed.
a) could play
b) couldn’t play
c) could have played
d) couldn’t have played

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30. Asked if he ________ in Paris that night, Lord Fellowes answered: ‘No.’
a) has been
b) was
c) had been
d) was going

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Instructions to answer the Quiz

IELTS Game introduces a new English exam to test your language and prepare for IELTS test.

The above multiple choice English quiz grammar contains 30 questions.

You should choose the best answer which is suitable for the sentence.

The quiz is a good choice to practice English language in an easy way and enhance your English level, particularly for students who speak English as a second language.

Start to answer all questions of this English online test for competitive exam and try to score above 80%.

At the end of the quiz, you will see your score and how many questions you answered right.

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