1. Close … of Queen Elizabeth make up the royal family.

A) children                 

B) husband                 

C) friends                   

D) relatives

 

2. The oldest surviving university in the English-speaking world is
located in:

A) London                 

B) Boston                   

C) Cambridge             

D) Oxford

 

3. Elizabeth II … the Prime minister.

A) makes                    

B) announces              

C) applies                   

D) assumes

 

4. The largest city of New England is Boston. The city is located in …

A) England              

B) Canada             

C) the United States          

D) the United Kingdom

5. They were sure that the boy … the purse.

A) loses                      

B) had lost                  

C) has lost                  

D) had been lost

 

6. She gave him money so that he … this book.

A) had bought            

B) could buy              

C) bought                   

D) buys

 

7. If  we weren’t so tired, we …
to see you.

A) will go                   

B) went                    

C) go                          

D) would go    

 

8. They knew he … the novel by the end of May.

A) had written            

B) would do               

C) would have written           

D) will do

 

 

Use the proper form of the Infinitive,
Participle or Gerund in the following sentences.

 9. When we came home, we found the door …

A) lock

B) locked

C) locking

D) is locked

 
10. The day … fine, we decided … a rest in the country.

A) being; to have

B) to be ; to have

C) to be ; having

D) being; having

 

11. The head master objected to our … calls on his phone.

A) to make

B) made

C) make

D) making

 

12. Is there anything worth… in your town library?

A) to read

B) reading

C) read

D) to be read

 

13.  I enjoy … to music,
but I don’t like … to somebody … about it.

A) to listen; to
listen; to talk

B) listening; to
listen; talking

C) to listen;  listen; talking

D) listening; to
listen; to talk

 

14. My dad thinks I am not able of … my own living, but I am going … that
he is wrong.

A) earning;  prove

B) earning;  proving

C) earning; to
prove

D) earn; to prove

 

15. Do you feel like … out or would you rather … at home?

A) going; to stay

B) going; stay 

C) going; staying

D) to go; stay

  • 1. Close … of Queen Elizabeth make up the royal family. D) relatives
    2. The oldest surviving university in the English-speaking world is located in: D) Oxford
    3. Elizabeth II … the Prime minister. B) announces              
    4. The largest city of New England is Boston. The city is located in C) the United States 
    5. They were sure that the boy … the purse. B) had lost                  
    6. She gave him money so that he … this book. B) could buy              
    7. If  we weren’t so tired, we … to see you. D) would go    
    8. They knew he … the novel by the end of May. C) would have written           
    9. When we came home, we found the door …B) locked
    10. The day … fine, we decided … a rest in the country. A) being; to have
    11. The head master objected to our … calls on his phone. D) making
    12. Is there anything worth… in your town library? B) reading
    13.  I enjoy … to music, but I don’t like … to somebody … about it. B) listening; to listen; talking 
    14. My dad thinks I am not able of … my own living, but I am going … that he is wrong. C) earning; to prove
    15. Do you feel like … out or would you rather … at home? B) going; stay




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