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Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple present or present progressive)
  1. Look! Sara (go) ---------------------- to the movies.
  2. On her right hand, Sara (carry) -------------------------- her handbag.
  3. The handbag (be) -------------------------- very beautiful.
  4. Sara usually (put) --------------------------- on black shoes but now she (wear) --------------------- white trainers.
  5. And look, she (take) ------------------------- an umbrella because it (rain) -----------------
Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or past perfect)
  1. When he (wake up) ---------------- , his mother (already /prepare) ------------------ breakfast
  2. We (go) --------------------- to London because our friends (invite) ----------------------- us
  3. He (hear) ----------------- the news, (go) ------------------ to the telephone and (call) ----------------- a friend.
  4. When she (start) ------------------ learning English she (already /learn) ------------------------ French.
  5. Jane (already / type) ------------------------ three pages when her computer (crash) ----------------------- .
  6. By the time the doctor (arrive) ------------------------- at the house the patient ( die) ---------------------.
  7. Before that day we (never / think) --------------------------  of traveling to Japan.
  8. I (know) ---------------------------  him a long time before I (meet) --------------------- his family.
  9. They (not / know) ------------------------  where to meet because nobody (tell) ---------------------- them.
  10. It (be) -------------------------- cloudy for days before it (begin) ---------------------------- to rain.
Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or present perfect).
  1. I (just / finish) ----------------------- my homework.
  2. Mary (already / write) --------------------------- five letters.
  3. Tom (move) -------------------------- to his home town in 1994.
  4. My friend (be) --------------------------- in Canada two years ago.
  5. I (not / be) --------------------------  to Canada so far.
  6. But I (already / travel) ------------------------------------ to London a couple of times.
  7. Last week, Mary and Paul (go) ---------------------------  to the cinema.
  8. I can't take any pictures because I (not /buy) ---------------------------  a new film yet.
  9. (they / spend) ---------------------------------  their holidays in Paris last summer?
  10. (you / ever / see ) ------------------------------  a whale?
Put the verbs into the correct tense (Simple Past or Past Progressive).
  1. The receptionist (welcome) ---------------------------- the guests and (ask) ---------------------- them to fill in the form
  2. The car (break) ----------------------------- down and we (have) ----------------------------  to walk home.
  3. The boys (swim) --------------------------- while the girls (sunbath) --------------------------------- .
  4. My father (come) ----------------------- in, (look) .............................  and (tell) --------------- me to tidy up my room.
  5. While one group (prepare) ---------------------- dinner the others (collect) -------------------  wood for the campfire.
  6. While the parents (have) ------------------- breakfast the children (run) ---------------------  about.
  7. Martha (turn) --------------------- off the light and (go) -------------------------- to bed.
Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple future or future perfect)
  1. Tomorrow I think I (start)  ------------------------  my new project.
  2. I (finish) ------------------------------- it by the end of this month.
  3. The teacher (probably/assign) ------------------------------ a test to his students next Monday.
  4. He (correct) -------------------------------  it by the end of next week.
  5. My friend (certainly/get) --------------------------  a good mark.
  6. By 9 o'clock, we (finish) ----------------------------  our homework.
  7. They (leave) ---------------------------  the classroom by the end of the hour.
  8. I think I (start) -------------------------------- my trip tomorrow
Put the sentences into past tense.
  1. She wins the money. She ----------- the money.
  2. They can eat. They ------------ eat.
  3. She must go. She ---------------- go.
  4. We go shopping. We -------------- shopping.
  5. She runs to school. She ----------- to school.
  6. I can walk. I ------------ walk.
  7. We buy a new car. We ------------- a new car.
  8. They leave the party. They ----------- the party.
  9. We collect coins. We -------------- coins.
  10. You are allowed to eat. You ------------- allowed to eat.
  11. Peter eats a hamburger. Peter ------------- a hamburger.
  12. She has to wash it. She -------------- to wash it.
  13. They want to go home. They ------------ to go home.
  14. I close the windows. I ----------- the windows.
  15. She studies for a test. She --------------- for a test.
  16. They can drive. They --------------- drive.
  17. Sam likes to laugh. Sam ------------- to laugh.
  18. Mary goes home. Mary ----------- home.
  19. We write a letter. We ------------- a letter.
  20. She opens the window. She -------------- the window.
Tell the story – fill in the blank with the correct form of Simple Past Tense !
On Friday, the children ------------ (talk) about a day out together in the country. The next morning, they ------------ (go) to the country with their two dogs and ---------(play) together. Ben and Dave ------------ (have) some kites. Sometime later the dogs ----------- (be) not there. So they ----------- (call) them and --------- (look) for them in the forest. After half an hour the children -------- (find) them and  --------- (take) them back. Charlie --------- (be) very happy to see them again. At lunch time Nick ----------- (go) to the bikes and -------- (fetch) the basket with some meat sandwiches. Then they ---------(play) football. Nick and Dave ----------(win). In the evening they ---------- (ride) home.

Complete the sentence with the correct verb of Simple Past Tense !
  1. He always goes to work by car. Yesterday he --------------- to work by bus.
  2. They always get up early. This morning they -------------- up late.
  3. Bill often loses his key. He -------------- one last Saturday.
  4. I write a letter to Jane every week. Last week I ------------- two letters.
  5. She meets her friends every evening. She --------------- them yesterday evening, too.
  6. I usually read two newspapers every day. I only ---------- a newspaper yesterday.
  7. They come to my house every Friday. Last Friday they ------------, too.
  8. We usually go to the cinema on Sunday. We -------------- to the cinema last Sunday, too.
  9. Tom always has a shower in the morning. Tom ------------ a shower this morning, too.
  10. They buy a new car every year. Last year they ----------- a new car, too.
  11. I eat an orange every day. Yesterday I ---------- two oranges.
  12. We usually do our shopping on Monday. We ---------- our shopping last Monday, too.
  13. Ann often takes photos. Last weekend she ---------- some photos.
  14. We leave at 8.30 every morning. But yesterday we ----------- at 8.00.

Add the correct form of the verb in brackets.
  1. Miranda stopped  _______________ the horror film as it was getting too scary. (watch)
  2. I was late for work because I stopped _______________  to some friends. (talk)
  3. We regret _______________  you that our hotel is fully booked until the end of August.  (inform)
  4. Max regrets _______________  to the meeting. It was a waste of time. (go)
  5. I clearly remember _______________  Grace at the party. She was talking to Charlotte and Amy. (see)
  6. Remember _______________  your grandmother tomorrow. It's her birthday. (phone)
  7. Don't forget _______________ your swimsuits!  There's a lovely pool at the hotel. (pack)
  8. Amanda will never forget _______________  George Michael in concert. What a great night out! (see)
  9. Real Madrid tried very hard _______________  an equalising goal but they just couldn't get through Barcelona's defence. (score)
10.     For a delicious alternative try _______________  grilled halloumi cheese instead of feta to a Greek salad. (add)
Subject: Conditional Sentences: Type 1, 2, 3, and Mixed Conditional
Type of Test: Multiple Choice
Level: Intermediate
No. of Test Items: 25 items.
  1. If she had come to the meeting yesterday afternoon, she ... involved in decision making.
    1. were
    2. would be
    3. had been
    4. would have been
    5. was.
  1. The truth implied by the sentence in problem no. 1 is ....
    1. She isn't coming to the meeting.
    2. She came to the meeting.
    3. She didn't come to the meeting.
    4. She had come to the meeting.
    5. She comes to the meeting.
  2. If you had invited her to your party, I ... with her.
    1. had come
    2. would come
    3. would have come
    4. will come
    5. came
  3. The truth implied by the sentence in problem no. 3 is ....
    1. She came to the party to your party.
    2. You invited her to your party.
    3. You didn't invite her to your party.
    4. You had invited her to your party.
    5. You don't invite her to your party.
  4. There would be a risk of accident if you ... that cable on the floor.
    1. would leave
    2. left
    3. were left
    4. would have left
    5. leave
  5. Annie ... you if she had had your phone number.
    1. had called
    2. would call
    3. calls
    4. would have called
    5. will call
  6. The truth implied by the sentence in problem no. 6 is ....
    1. Annie doesn’t have your phone number.
    2. Annie had your phone number.
    3. Annie wouldn’t have your phone number.
    4. Annie didn’t have your phone number.
    5. Annie called you.
  7. We would have met Mr. Woodhead, the famous speaker, if we ... earlier to the hall.
    1. would come
    2. will come
    3. came
    4. had come
    5. come
  8. The truth implied by the sentence in problem no. 8 is ....
    1. We would come earlier so we could meet Mr. Woodhead.
    2. We came earlier, so we met Mr. Woodhead.
    3. We didn't come earlier but we met Mr. Woodhead.
    4. We didn't came earlier, so we didn't met Mr. Woodhead.
    5. We met Mr. Woodhead although we didn't come earlier.
  9. If it rains this afternoon, I ... at home.
    1. will stay
    2. would stay
    3. would have stayed
    4. had stayed
    5. am staying
  10. If our team ... for the match more intensively, we would have won it.
    1. prepare
    2. had prepared
    3. have prepared
    4. prepared
    5. would have prepared
  11. The sentence in problem no. 11 implies that ....
    1. We didn’t prepare intensively but we won the match.
    2. We had prepared intensively and, therefore, we won the match
    3. We prepared intensively, but we lost the match.
    4. We prepared intensively in order to win the match.
    5. We didn’t prepare intensively and lost the match.
  12. If the EXIT doors ... locked, those people would have escaped easily from the burning hall.
    1. had not been
    2. would not be
    3. have not been
    4. were not
    5. wouldn't have been
  13. The sentence in problem no. 13 implies that ....
    1. The people could not escape easily because the EXIT doors were locked.
    2. The people could not escape easily although the EXIT doors were not locked.
    3. The people cannot escape easily because the EXIT doors are locked.
    4. The people cannot escape easily because the EXIT doors aren't locked.
    5. The people could escape easily because the EXIT doors weren't locked.
  14. Had she known about the story, she ... us about it.
    1. told
    2. has told
    3. would tell
    4. would have told
    5. had told
  15. The truth implied by the sentence in no. 15 is ....
    1. She knew about the story so she told us about it.
    2. She told us the story because she knew about it.
    3. She didn't tell us the story because she didn't know about it.
    4. She told us the story although she didn't know much about it.
    5. She didn't tell us the story although she knew about it.
  16. If the delivery is late, we ... the shipping.
    1. are paying
    2. paid
    3. would have paid
    4. would pay
    5. will pay
  17. If this school had a complete multi-media laboratory, learning ... more enjoyable.
    1. was
    2. will be
    3. would be
    4. were
    5. would have been
  18. The sentence in no. 18 tells us that ....
    1. The school had a complete multi-media laboratory.
    2. The school will have a complete multi-media laboratory.
    3. The school doesn't have a complete multi-media laboratory.
    4. The school has a complete multi-media laboratory.
    5. The school didn't have a complete multi-media laboratory.
  19. Things could have been different if we ... the tires before leaving.
    1. didn't check
    2. checked
    3. had not checked
    4. would have checked
    5. wouldn't check
  20. Choose the best conditional sentence for: "He didn’t take care of his health, so he fell sick"
    1. If he took care of his health, he wouldn't be sick.
    2. If he had taken care of his health, he wouldn't have been sick.
    3. If he didn’t take care of his health, he would be sick.
    4. If he takes care of his health, he won't be sick.
    5. If he doesn't take care of his health, he will be sick.
  21. Choose the best conditional sentence for: "Medical expense is not cheap. Poor people can’t afford it."
    1. If medical expense hadn't been cheap, poor people wouldn't have been able to afford it.
    2. If medical expense were cheap, poor people would be able to afford it.
    3. If medical expense is cheap, poor people will be able to afford it.
    4. If medical expense weren't cheap, poor people wouldn't be able to afford it.
    5. If medical expense had been cheap, poor people would have been able to afford it.
  22. Choose the best conditional sentence for: "The device is broken now because you didn’t use it properly last night." (mixed conditional)
    1. The device won't be broken now if you had used it properly last night.
    2. The device wouldn't be broken now if you had used it properly last night.
    3. The device wouldn't be broken now if you used it properly last night.
    4. The device will be broken now if you didn’t use it properly last night.
    5. The device would be broken now if you hadn't used it properly last night.
  23. Choose the best conditional sentence for: "I didn’t read the instructions carefully, so I made a lot of mistakes"
    1. If I didn’t read the instructions carefully, I would have made a lot of mistakes
    2. If I read the instructions carefully, I wouldn't make a lot of mistakes.
    3. Had I read the instructions carefully, I wouldn't have made a lot of mistakes.
    4. If I didn’t read the instructions carefully, I would make a lot of mistakes
    5. Had I not read the instructions carefully, I would have made a lot of mistakes
  24. Choose the best conditional sentence for: "She doesn’t live here, so she doesn’t know this area very well"
    1. If she hadn’t lived here, she wouldn’t have known this area very well
    2. If she lives here, she will know this area very well
    3. If she lived here, she would know this area very well.
    4. If she didn’t live here, she wouldn’t know this area very well
    5. If she had lived here, she would have known this area very well


Reading Section
I. Incomplete Dialogues
Questions 16 to 30, choose the most appropriate answer.
  1. Operator: "Good morning. May I help you?"
    Man: "Good morning. May I speak with Mr. Jones, the Personnel Manager?"
    Operator: "I’m sorry, he has a meeting until twelve. ...?"
    Man: "Alright. Please tell him Mr. Ferry from PT. Abadi called."
    1. May I leave a message?
    2. May I take a message?
    3. Would you like to take my message?
    4. Would you tell him my message?
  2. Eko: "I need to type this document. ...?"
    Yesi: "Yes, of course. I just have 2 more pages to print."
    1. Am I able to use the computer?
    2. Would I use the computer?
    3. Will I use the computer?
    4. May I use the computer?
  3. Deni: "You speak English very well. ...?"
    Lia: "I’ve been studying English since Junior high school. It’s my favorite subject."
    1. How long will you be learning English?
    2. When did you learn English?
    3. What was your favorite subject in junior high school?
    4. How long have you been learning English?
  4. Receptionist: "Good morning. Can I help you?"
    Caller: "Yes, .... Is that possible to get two double rooms for next month?"
    Receptionist: "Of course, Sir. May I have your name and address, please?"
    1. I’d like to make a reservation.
    2. I’d like you to check my room.
    3. I’d like to reserve a table
    4. I want to cancel my reservation.
  5. Poppy: "Can the government eliminate corruption in the next five years?"
    Mirna : ".... Law enforcement must be strictly applied."
    1. I think it’s impossible.
    2. I don’t think so.
    3. I think it’s possible.
    4. I disagree with you.
  6. Dewi: "Do you think we can get there on time?"
    Anto: "Yes. If the traffic is smooth, ... before three o’clock."
    1. we would arrive
    2. we will arrive
    3. we would have arrived
    4. we are arriving
  7. Shop assistant: "May I help you, Sir?"
    Customer: "Yes. I bought this pair of trousers this morning, but there is no button hole. ...?"
    Shop assistant: "Do you have the receipt with you, Sir? We’ll replace it."
    1. May I return it?
    2. Do you like it?
    3. May I have a bigger size?
    4. Is there another color available?
  8. Hani: "This printer doesn’t seem to be working."
    Rika: ".... It may have been unplugged."
    Hani: "You’re right. Maybe someone used it with a laptop computer."
    1. Cut the cable.
    2. Check the cord.
    3. Unplug the cord.
    4. Use it for printing.
  9. Man: "Excuse me. Could you tell me how to get to the post office, please?"
    Woman: "...."
    1. It’s next to the police station.
    2. Go straight ahead and turn right at the first crossroad.
    3. It’s around the corner from the station.
    4. It is located across from the shopping center.
  10. Boim: "It’s very hot in this room."
    Inna: "Yes, I know. If we had more windows, ...."
    1. we will have more fresh air.
    2. we would have more fresh air.
    3. we will have had more fresh air.
    4. we would have had more fresh air.
  11. Tini: "My friends and I are going on a picnic this weekend. ...?"
    Tina: "I’d love to, but I have to go to Surabaya this weekend."
    1. Are you going to Surabaya this weekend?
    2. Did you go with us?
    3. Will you go with us?
    4. Do you like going on a picnic?
  12. Yeni: "Do you have any plans for the weekend?"
    Lusi: "Yes. ...."
    1. I will visit my uncle in Situbondo.
    2. I won’t do anything.
    3. I went to Surabaya on business for 3 days.
    4. I have been typing the document for an hour.
  13. Olga: "Have you heard the bad news about Novi?"
    Julia: "What happened to her?"
    Olga: "She had a motorcycle accident yesterday."
    Julia: "...."
    1. I feel very sorry for you.
    2. I’m really sad now.
    3. I’m glad to hear that.
    4. I’m sorry to hear that.
  14. Rudi: "I am looking for a job. Do you have any information?"
    Aini: "... to BKK? They have the latest job-vacancy information."
    Rudi: "Good idea. I’ll go there tomorrow."
    1. Should I go
    2. May I go
    3. Why didn’t you go
    4. Why don’t you go
  15. Wiwit: "What did you usually do after school as a kid?"
    Yana: "...."
    1. I am used to playing football in the afternoon.
    2. I wanted to play games.
    3. I used to play with my friends in the neighborhood.
    4. I was going to do my homework when my friend arrived.

II. Error Recognition
Questions 31 to 36, choose the inappropriate structure in the sentences below.
  1. Rima: "The speaker’s pronunciation is excellent. (A) Do you think so?"
    Eddy: "I’m not (B) surprised. She (C) is born in Singapore and (D) lived there until she was fifteen."
    1. Did
    2. surprising
    3. was
    4. live
  2. Malang (A) are a fascinating city where you can (B) go shopping and sightseeing. You can shop all year round in our elegant shops, go for a walk in our (C) beautiful city park, or visit our wonderful museum. Plan your next (D) travel adventure in Malang.
    1. is
    2. going
    3. beauty
    4. traveling
  3. Sita: "(A) What is your hobby?"
    Jaya: "I like many (B) things. I enjoy to (C) fish, especially on Sundays."
    Sita: "Oh, that (D) sounds interesting."
    1. Which
    2. thing
    3. fishing
    4. sounded
  4. Eni: "You look pale. (A) Are you sick?"
    Cici: "Yes. I (B) have a bad headache. If it gets (C) worse, I think I (D) would have gone home earlier."
    1. Were
    2. had
    3. worst
    4. will go
  5. Bima: "(A) Who do you think (B) will be the winner in the next 100 meter Olympics race?"
    Made: "I (C) can say that East Java sprinters have (D) the most good chance to win."
    1. Whom
    2. will have been
    3. could
    4. the best
  6. Operator: "Dringu Jaya transportation. (A) May I help you?"
    Caller: "I want to (B) reserve 4 seats to Bromo for next Saturday at 9 a.m."
    Operator: "Certainly, Sir. Please (C) coming here an hour before (D) departure."
    1. Might
    2. reserving
    3. come
    4. departed
III. Reading Comprehension
In questions 37 – 50, choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to each question.

Questions 37-39 refer to the following text.
From: Industrial Relations Office
To: All Regular Staff
Date: July 3rd, 2012
Sub: Introduction of hourly-rate employees
Effective July 10th, thirty new employees will begin working in our production plant on an hourly-rate basis. This is an experiment to determine whether hourly employment would give better results for all aspects of our enterprise.
The new employees know that they are part of an experiment. Management encourages regular staff to discuss the program among themselves and with the new employees. After six months, we will assess the program to learn any lessons it may have for us. Meanwhile, we welcome staff comment.
  1. When did the tsunami happen in Pangandaran beach?
    1. Wednesday
    2. Monday
    3. In 2004
    4. On Monday and Wednesday
  2. How many people were finally reported dead?
    1. 270
    2. 531
    3. 550
    4. More than 1000
  3. “...,destroying scores of houses, restaurants, and hotels.” (Paragraph 3).
    The synonym of the underlined word is ....
    1. flooding
    2. watering
    3. constructing
    4. damaging
Questions 40-42 refer to the following advertisement.

Fernando Alcuaz
Famed International Pianist
Recently arrived from the Philippines
Jazz, modern, and classical pieces
Surrey Room, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Admission gratis for hotel guests
  1. Who is Mr. Alcuaz?
    1. A poet.
    2. A singer
    3. A comedian.
    4. A musician.
  2. Where is Mr. Alcuaz performing?
    1. In Surrey
    2. At a hotel
    3. In the Philippines
    4. At a jazz festival
  3. The word “admission” is closest in meaning to ....
    1. Call
    2. Room rate
    3. Seats
    4. Entrance money
Questions 43-45 refer to the following letter
To: "The Shoe People"
From: "John Trimbald"
Subject: Customer Complaint

To Whom It May Concern,
I have trusted the Shoe People to protect the feet of my employees for over ten years now. I recently purchased a few pairs of boots from your company for my crew. Though my men were initially satisfied with the boots, the soles began to fall apart on them after just twelve weeks. This was extremely surprising considering they came with a six year warranty. The boots are unsafe to wear because my men are pouring hot concrete. Please respond as soon as possible with instructions on how I can return the boots and receive a refund.
Thank you,

John Trimbald
Foreman, JT Construction

  1. What product was purchased?
    1. Boots
    2. Crew
    3. Shoe-soles
    4. Feet
  2. What is the purpose of the letter?
    1. To express gratitude
    2. To order a product
    3. To notify a payment
    4. To complain
  3. What was the problem?
    1. The price was too high
    2. The soles fell apart
    3. The delivery was late
    4. The product was too hot
Questions 46-47 refer to the following chart.
The Growth of People Who Went to Their Hometowns during the Lebaran Holidays
(Click to see actual size)

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  1. The table shows that the number of people who went to their hometown during Lebaran holidays ... every year.
    1. increased
    2. decreased
    3. counted
    4. maximized
  2. What means of transportation is mostly used by people every year?
    1. Private car
    2. Public transport
    3. Motorcycle
    4. Rent car
Questions 48-50 refer to the following notification.
Enclosed you will find your new “First Bank” Automatic Bank Card.
Follow these simple instructions to activate it.
  • Call the telephone number on the back of the card and press #1.
  • State your full name as it appears on the card. You will then be asked for your city of birth for identification purposes.
  • Upon answering, you will be prompted to enter a four-digit secret identification password. You are encouraged to select a non-obvious password. You will then be asked to repeat it.
  • A representative will confirm your account number. Now, you’re ready to use our bank card.
  • Please keep the card in a secure place and do not give your password to anyone. At any time, you can call the telephone number if you lose your card or want to change your password.

  1. For whom are these instructions written?
    1. Bank representatives
    2. New bank customers
    3. A security company
    4. Credit card holders
  2. What information will not be asked?
    1. Your birth date
    2. Your account number
    3. Your birthplace
    4. A personal ID number
  3. If your birthday is 09/14, what would be the best password for you?
    1. 0914
    2. 013948
    3. Your telephone number
    4. 6952

Reading Section
I. Incomplete Dialogues
Questions 16 to 30; choose the most appropriate answer
  1. Dito: "Where would you like to put these plants, Nia?"
    Nia: "How about over here by the window?"
    Dito: ".... They need much light."
    1. That’s good news.
    2. What a surprise!
    3. You’re right.
    4. No, thanks.
  2. Receptionist: "...?"
    Guest: "Yes. I would like to meet the Headmaster.
    Receptionist: "Wait a minute, please."
    1. Would you meet the Headmaster tomorrow, Sir?
    2. Who do you want to meet, Sir?
    3. May I help you, Sir?
    4. May I introduce you to the Headmaster?
  3. Deni: "I can’t find the pharmacy. It must have moved somewhere."
    Sri: "Yes, .... But now it’s a barbershop."
    1. There was a barbershop here.
    2. Here’s the pharmacy.
    3. I know where the pharmacy is.
    4. There used to be a pharmacy here.
  4. Yuni: "I’ve joined an English club. Would you like to join us in our next meeting this weekend?"
    Gina: ".... I have nothing to do on Saturdays and Sundays."
    Yuni: "Great then. That way we can always practice our English."
    1. I’m very sorry but I can’t come with you.
    2. I think you should practice alone.
    3. That sounds interesting.
    4. How do you practice your English?
  5. Ita: "I’m sorry for being late, Sir. ...?"
    Teacher: "Well, you often come late, Ita. Why are you late again now?"
    Icha: "The traffic was busy and the bus was very slow."
    1. Shall I come to your classroom?
    2. Could you come earlier?
    3. How long have I been late?
    4. May I come in?
  6. Aldo: "The soup is much too salty. ...."
    Alya: "I’m surprised. The food here is usually very good."
    Aldo: "I know. I’ve brought clients here many times."
    1. Can you find it on the menu?
    2. I think I’ll send it back.
    3. The waiter always serves the food.
    4. I don’t know that this is a good restaurant.
  7. Ayu: "I can’t decide what to eat. ...?"
    Waiter: "Well, we have special Arabic chicken curry, Ma’am."
    Ayu: "Alright. I’ll have that with a plate of rice and a glass of orange juice, please."
    1. Would you have anything to eat?
    2. What do you recommend?
    3. Could you take my order?
    4. What would you like to eat?
  8. Heri: "When will my laundry be ready?"
    Assistant: "In an hour at the latest, Sir. You can wait in the waiting room.
    Heri: "I don’t think so. I have something to do. ...."
    1. I’ll make it ready soon.
    2. I’ll come back later.
    3. Could you wait with me?
    4. I sent my laundry here yesterday.
  9. Sigit: "Our school will not allow us to bring mobile phones to school. What do you think?"
    Lodi: ".... We may need to communicate with our parents."
    Sigit: "Yes, especially when we need our parents to pick us up."
    1. I completely disagree.
    2. I agree with it.
    3. That’s very true.
    4. I can’t agree more.
  10. Tukul: "How will you spend your vacation?"
    Gayus: "I’ll go to Bali. If I had a longer vacation, ...."
    1. I would have gone around the world.
    2. I will travel to Hawaii.
    3. I would visit Hawaii as well.
    4. I would spend my vacation at home.
  11. Tomo: "Excuse me. …?"
    Receptionist: "This way, Sir. It’s along this corridor, next to the lift."
    1. Where is the conference room?
    2. Where can I find the lift?
    3. Can you tell me where the lift is?
    4. Which way should you take?
  12. Wati: "Did you enjoy your trip?"
    Ida: "Yes, thank you. ...."
    1. The service of the airline was satisfying.
    2. I will surely enjoy it.
    3. I would like to take a trip.
    4. Have a great time.
  13. Aryapati: "Do you have any flights to Medan next Tuesday afternoon?"
    Clerk: ".... Yes, there's a flight at 6:45 a.m. and one at 9:00 a.m."
    Aryapati: "That’s fine. I’ll take that."
    1. How many flights do you need?
    2. Just a moment, please.
    3. When are you going to fly?
    4. Do you want a plane ticket or a bus ticket?
  14. Siti: "How long do you think the staff meeting will last?"
    Silvi: "The schedule says it will last for two hours. ...."
    Siti: "Let’s finish on time. I have a lunch appointment at twelve."
    1. We’ll probably finish at about eleven.
    2. We have just finished.
    3. What time would you like to finish?
    4. We’ll finish it after work tomorrow.
  15. Gita: "Can we use the conference room for a meeting tomorrow morning?"
    Clerk: ".... It’s free in the afternoon, though."
    Gita: "OK. We’ll reschedule for tomorrow at 2 p.m."
    1. Of course.
    2. No, we’re full until tomorrow afternoon.
    3. I guess there should be no problem with that.
    4. No, it’s already been reserved.

II. Error Recognition
Questions 31 to 35, choose the inappropriate structure in the sentences below.
  1. The Peninsula Hotel (A) where is located in New York City, is a place to see. Every room (B) is high-tech with remote controls for (C) lighting, music, TV, and air conditioning. As a matter of fact, the huge marble bathrooms may be the (D) most beautiful in New York City.
    1. which
    2. are
    3. light
    4. more
  2. Ardi: "I’m thinking about (A) getting a new monitor."
    Eddo: "Oh, yeah? What kind?"
    Ardi: "Everyone (B) says I (C) should get an LCD monitor."
    Eddo: "Yes. It’s more expensive but it saves (D) most energy."
    1. to get
    2. say
    3. will
    4. more
  3. Customer: "Excuse me. Where (A) could I find toothpaste?"
    Attendant: "Toothpaste? It’s in aisle two."
    Customer: "I know, but I (B) shouldn’t find any."
    Attendant: "I’m sorry. (C) Let me get you some from the back."
    Customer: "(D) Thank you very much."
    1. would
    2. couldn't
    3. Let's
    4. Thanks
  4. Man: "(A) Tell me something about your family."
    Woman: "Sure. What (B) do you want to know?"
    Man: "Well, (C) could you have any brothers or sisters?"
    Woman: "I (D) have two older brothers and a younger sister."
    1. Telling
    2. did
    3. do
    4. had
  5. Roni: "This printer’s driving me (A) crazy!"
    Agus: "What do you (B) mean?"
    Roni: "It’s not working again. It won’t print."
    Agus: "Oh, no. If we (C) didn’t fix it (D) soon, we’ll have to find another printer."
    1. crazily
    2. meaning
    3. don't
    4. sooner

III. Reading Comprehension
Questions 36 - 50 are based on a selection of reading materials. Choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to each question.

Questions 36-38 refer to the following letter
Ardmore Express Box 6467 Miami, FL 33399
Mr. Joseph Sung
2249 Oak St.
Champaign, IL. 60602

Account Number: 2736-8273888-09

Dear Account Holder

Thank you for contacting us with regard to the charge on your Ardmore Express Gold Card account. We have contacted Schroeder’s Department Store on your behalf and are awaiting a reply.

If we find that the charge was made to your account in error, we will make a credit adjustment within one business day.

We appreciate your patience as it may take six to eight weeks to complete the research needed to resolve your claim. If we can be of any further assistance, please call (888) 555-9870 to speak with a customer service representative.

S. Nagle
Customer Service Supervisor
  1. What does the letter talk about?
    1. A mistake in a credit card bill
    2. A change to an account number
    3. A complaint about customer service
    4. A charge for a late payment
  2. What is Mr. Sung asked to do?
    1. Contact the department store
    2. Wait six to eight weeks
    3. Adjust his account balance
    4. Pay his bill immediately
  3. What is suggested by Mr. Nagle if Mr.Sung needs more help?
    1. Sending an email to Mr. Nagle
    2. Sending a fax to the customer service representative
    3. Make a phone call to Mr. Nagle
    4. Make a phone call to the customer service representative
Questions 39-41 refer to the following schedule (Click to see actual size).
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  1. For which employees are these training sessions primarily intended?
    1. Receptionists
    2. Supervisors
    3. Maintenance Staff
    4. Office Assistants
  2. Which course is offered only in the evening?
    1. Issues Management
    2. Customer Service
    3. Workplace Safety
    4. Evaluating Employee
  3. According to the information, when are refunds provided?
    1. When cancellations are received a week in advance.
    2. When the employee’s supervisor cancels on the day of the session.
    3. When the instructor fails to attend the session.
    4. When the weather causes the session to be canceled.
Questions 42-44 refer to the following text.
Lorraine Kulasingam has worked in the fashion industry as stylist for ten years, choosing the clothing that models and movie stars wear for on-camera appearances. “I am the one who decides how the actors look,” she says. “I love it. Every day is different.”

Although Lorraine routinely meets famous movie stars, there is a disadvantage to her job: she often works 18-hour days, and she has to accommodate everyone’s schedule. “It’s pretty tiring,” she admits. “But I wouldn’t change careers for anything.”
  1. What is indicated about Ms. Kulasingam’s job?
    1. She has recently changed her careers.
    2. She often works very long days.
    3. She gets tired of doing the same thing.
    4. She recently received a promotion.
  2. What does Ms. Kulasingam do in her job?
    1. Hires models who appear in advertisement.
    2. Selects clothing models and film stars.
    3. Organizes filming of televisions program.
    4. Takes picture for the fashion industry.
  3. What could be considered a benefit of her position?
    1. Meeting famous people.
    2. Receiving free accommodation.
    3. Being able to set her own work hours.
    4. Being in management-level position.
Questions 45-47 refer to the following advertisement.

  1. Female, attractive and representative appearance, age max. 30 years.
  2. A degree from a reputable Secretarial academy with min. 5 years of experience.
  3. Fluency in written and spoken English.
  4. Computer literacy, excellent communication skills.
Please send your application attached with Curriculum Vitae & recent photograph within 5 days of this advertisement to:
PO Box 1000 Jakarta 6824
  1. What is being advertised?
    1. An executive secretary
    2. A job opening
    3. A qualified representative
    4. an immediate execution
  2. You should send your resume by
    1. mail
    2. e-mail
    3. telex
    4. facsimile
  3. Which of the following is NOT required?
    1. work experience
    2. English skill
    3. ability to operate computer
    4. experience in a reputable academy
Questions 48-50 refer to the following text.
How to Find Unusual Gifts

Giving gifts is a well-known way to show our attention toward somebody else. Moreover, giving gifts may be important for certain special moments. Unusual or even weird gifts would leave a sweet memory for us and the recipient. So, try these tips to find something unusual as your gifts.

Look for gifts wherever you find yourself, especially when you were on a trip. From a bazaar in Bandung to a tag sale in Berlin. Use the Internet. Follow links until you find what you want. Track down items such as rare prints, out-of-print books or antiques in the auction. Give a welcome service. A massage, costume makeovers, a day at the spa, or romantic dinner will be a nice welcome gift.

Combine one or two things for a spectacular effect. The picture frame that you bought in Bali might provide the perfect background for showing off the portrait of the recipient.

Come to a handicrafts store and talk to the people that make unique pieces. Visit art supply stores, craft shops, art galleries and factory stores for ideas.
  1. The word well-known in the first line has the similar meaning with ....
    1. Great
    2. Weird
    3. Special
    4. Famous
  2. The following are suggestions given from the text above, EXCEPT….
    1. Browse the internet to search a special gift.
    2. Match one or two things for spectacular effect.
    3. Visit some museums to get some ideas.
    4. Come to a handicraft shops and have a talk to the people there.
  3. What are the welcome services which can be given?
    1. A massage, costume makeovers, a day at the spa, and romantic dinner.
    2. A message, hair makeovers, a day at the spa, and romantic dinner.
    3. A massage, costume make over, two days at the spa, and romantic dinner.
    4. A message, costume makeovers, a day at the spa, and romantic dinner.
This is the end of the test

Reading Section
I. Incomplete Dialogues
Questions 16 to 30; choose the most appropriate answer
  1. Liza: "I’m not feeling very well."
    Danny: "You should see the doctor soon."
    Liza: ".... My dad will take me to the doctor this evening."
    1. Well, I’m not sure.
    2. You’re right.
    3. No, I can’t.
    4. That’s very kind of you.
  2. Ani: "This is Ani speaking. Can I help you?"
    Caller: "Can I speak to Ms. Diah, please?"
    Ani: "Sorry, .... Any messages?"
    1. Just a moment, please.
    2. Call her again later.
    3. She’s out now.
    4. Thank you for calling.
  3. Hanna: "Why didn’t you come to English class yesterday?"
    Ryan: "...."
    Hanna: "You should have a doctor’s letter for permission."
    1. I was sick.
    2. I am sick.
    3. I would be sick.
    4. I have been sick.
  4. Sam: "Dyta, are you free next Sunday? We will have a little reunion with our
    Junior High School friends in Bamboo Cafe."
    Dyta: "Sure, .... What time will it be?"
    Sam: "8 a.m. Make sure you won’t be late."
    1. I’m supposed to do something else.
    2. I don’t think so.
    3. I have a lot of work to do.
    4. I’d love to.
  5. Shanty: "Danu, .... I need to go to Surabaya to attend my cousin’s wedding party."
    Danu: "Sure. I’m not going anywhere tomorrow but don’t forget to fill up the tank."
    Shanty: "Don’t worry. Thank you very much. I appreciate it."
    1. Would you like to go with me tomorrow?
    2. Will it be possible for me to borrow your car tomorrow?
    3. Do you mind if I go with you tomorrow?
    4. Will you accompany me tomorrow?
  6. Carla: ".... I’ll have a test tomorrow. I’m trying to study now."
    Sisca: "I’m really sorry. I’ll turn it down right away."
    1. Could you turn the radio down?
    2. Would you turn the radio up?
    3. I think you’d better study now.
    4. Can you help me?
  7. Dewi: "You look so pale. Are you okay?"
    Marni: "I’ve got a stomachache. I haven’t had breakfast. There have been so many things to do this morning."
    Dewi: "It’s almost lunch time. Pay more attention to your health. ...."
    1. You have to finish your job now.
    2. You ought to tell your boss to eat.
    3. You should get something to eat.
    4. You’d better find another job
  8. Maya: "Lucky, I need my book for next week’s presentation."
    Lucky: "Oh, I have finished it, but I don’t bring it now. .... Is that OK?"
    Maya: "No problem. See you tomorrow."
    1. I’m still reading it.
    2. I will finish it soon.
    3. I also need it to do my homework.
    4. I’ll give it back at school tomorrow.
  9. Brian: "I’m in a rush. I only have 15 minutes to prepare or I’ll miss the train."
    Wildan: "You should have packed them all the day before."
    Brian: "I had too many things to do yesterday. If I had had more time, ...."
    1. I would have prepared everything earlier.
    2. I would have been ready by now.
    3. I would take you with me.
    4. I would like you to help me.
  10. Dona: "I think we should contribute a minimum of five thousand rupiahs to
    the flood victims."
    Amir: "..... They absolutely need our help."
    Dona: "Great. I’ll tell the others."
    1. I agree with you in principle but don’t you think it’s too much.
    2. I couldn’t agree more.
    3. I think other people will help them.
    4. I’m afraid I don’t agree with you.
  11. Daniel: "How can I get to the nearest BCA bank?"
Man: ".... You will find it easily."
Daniel: "I hope so. Thank you."
    1. Just go ahead and turn left. It’s on your left.
    2. It’s next to the bookshop .
    3. It’s behind the library.
    4. Sorry, I don’t live here.
  1. Keane: "I always wake up at 4.30 am."
    Saras: ".... I wake up at 5 o’clock in the morning."
    1. I wake up at the same time.
    2. I wake up earlier than you.
    3. It’s a bit too early for me.
    4. You wake up later than me.
  2. Receptionist: "Good morning. Can I help you, sir?"
    Gandi: ....
    Receptionist: "I’m really sorry but all rooms have already been reserved."
    1. I want to reserve a single room for tonight.
    2. Would you like to book a room?
    3. I need your help.
    4. Shall we reserve a room for tonight?
  3. Dea: "Risya told me that her refrigerator is broken."
    Rinda: ".... He is a mechanic."
    Dea: "I think you’re right."
    1. She should search for a repairman.
    2. Her father might be able to repair it.
    3. Oh, poor her. She must be very sad.
    4. She could fix it herself.
  4. Teacher: "We will have a long holiday next week. Where are you planning to go?"
    Beni: ".... I’m so excited."
    Salsa: "I will go to Jakarta visiting my sister. It’s going to be a lot of fun."
    1. I went to Jogjakarta with my family.
    2. I attend a summer camp in Batu.
    3. I have gone to Bali by bus.
    4. I am going to visit Jatim Park 2.
II. Error Recognition
Questions 31 to 35: choose the inappropriate structure in the sentences below.
  1. Silvia: "Look at (A) these two shirts. Which one do you think suits me (B) more good?"
    Gerard: "I think (C) the blue one will look great on you."
    Silvia: "Hmm, I think you’re right. I’ll (D) take this one."
    1. those
    2. better
    3. the blue ones
    4. be taking
  2. Some television programs often (A) broadcast violence (B) whose can cause bad effects for children. That’s why parents (C) should accompany their children (D) when watching TV.
    1. broadcasting
    2. which
    3. should be accompanied
    4. during
  3. Secretary: "Here’s the report that you (A) asked yesterday."
    Manager: "Ok, thank you. I need it for (B) today’s meeting."
    Secretary: "Is there anything else I (C) would do, sir?"
    Manager: "Yes, please (D) tell Mr. Budi to submit his report right away."
    1. ask
    2. today’s meetings
    3. could
    4. be told
  4. Riri and Rara are identical (A) twin. They love (B) wearing the same clothes. Their friends are often (C) confused about which one is who. Fortunately, Riri has just had her haircut. So, the one with (D) shorter haircut must be her.
    1. twins
    2. worn
    3. confusing
    4. shortest
  5. Dadang: "Do you (A) plan to go to your home town (B) in the next vacation?"
    Tya: "Well, I don’t know. The ticket fares (C) are very expensive today."
    Dadang: "I (D) will drive if I were you."
    1. planning
    2. on
    3. were
    4. would
  6. Riska: "San, why (A) didn’t you come to my party last week?"
    Sandy: "Well, actually I was (B) on the way to the party but suddenly a car hit me."
    Riska: "Oh. I’m really (C) happy to hear that. Were you OK?"
    Sandy: "I was fine but my car was (D) damaged. I had it repaired three days ago."
    1. don’t
    2. in the way
    3. sorry
    4. damaging
III. Reading Comprehension
Questions 37 - 50 are based on a selection of reading materials. Choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to each question.

Questions 37-38 refer to the following letter
THE WIEMAR’S SHOP - Jl. Citandui 98 Bandung. Tel. & Fax: (022) 5238234
December 12, 2011
Mr. Hardian Susetya
Bamboo Art & Handycraft
Jl. Adi Sutjipto 23

Dear Sir,
We are interested in becoming a distributor for your products. Would you please send your latest catalogues and brochures?
We have a handycraft shop and would like to add your products into our sales offerings. Our annual report is enclosed.
We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely yours,
Sahnaz Herawati
  1. What does the Wiemar’s Shop sell?
    1. Handycraft products
    2. Cakes
    3. Grocery
    4. Electronic
  2. What does Sahnaz ask Mr. Hardian to do?
    1. To be the distributor for the products.
    2. Send the latest catalogues and brochures.
    3. Add products into the sales offerings.
    4. Enclose the annual report.
  3. “... would like to add your products into...”
    What does the underlined word refer to?
    1. The Wiemar’s Shop
    2. Sahnaz Herawati
    3. Director
    4. Mr. Hardian Susetya
Questions 40-42 refer to the following schedule.
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  1. What kind of information does the table give?
    1. International flight schedule of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
    2. International flight departure of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
    3. Domestic flight schedule of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
    4. Regular flight schedule of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.
  2. Which statement is not true based on the table?
    1. You can only fly to Yogyakarta with Garuda Indonesia.
    2. You can choose one of two airlines to go to Surabaya.
    3. You can choose one of two airlines to go to Padang.
    4. You can fly to cities in Borneo with Sriwijaya Air.
  3. What is the synonym of the word “departed”?
    1. Came
    2. Started
    3. Left
    4. Arrived
Questions 43-45 refer to the following text.
How to Make Meatballs

What you need for the ingredients
  • 1 kilo of very fine minced meat (preferably beef)
  • 2 eggs
  • 300 grams of tapioca-flour
  • 4-8 cloves of garlic
  • 1 red onion
  • 1 teaspoon of white pepper
  • 2 teaspoons of salt
The steps to make meatballs
These steps are instruction on how to make meatballs, just meatball, the soup is made separately.
  • First of all,mix garlic, red onion, salt, and white pepper in a mortar or mixer.
  • Second step, mix the spice-mixture with the eggs, the tapioca-flour and the minced meat.
  • After that, use your fingers, add a cup of water, and keep on working until the mixture feels soft and smooth./li>
  • Then, boil some water in a rather large pot, at least about 2 liters.
  • Next step, start rolling the mixture into small meatballs.
  • Finally, lower the meatballs into the boiling water. When they float up to the surface the meatball are ready to serve.
  1. Which of the statement is true according to the text?
    1. Mix all the ingredients at once in a mixer.
    2. Soften the mixture before rolling it into small meatballs.
    3. Add boiled water after mixing all the ingredients.
    4. Serve the meatball after you make it into small size.
  2. These words have the closest meaning to “minced”, EXCEPT...
    1. Torn
    2. Chopped
    3. Cut
    4. Sliced
  3. “When they float up to the surface ....”
    The underlined word refers to ....
    1. Mixture
    2. Water
    3. Meatballs
    4. Ingredients
Questions 46-48 refer to the following text.
Adele Laurie Blue Adkins was born in Tottenham, England in 1988. She started singing when she was only four. She moved to several cities during her childhood, including Brighton at the age of nine, Brixton at the age of eleven, and finally West Norwood which is the subject of her first single “Hometown Glory”.
She went to BRIT School for Performing Arts & Technology and graduated in 2006. It was the beginning of her career. She made her rule in 2008 after releasing her single “Chasing Pavements”.She received many awards and even got a signed deal with Columbia Records and XL Recordings to break into the US.
  1. What is the text about?
    1. The award nomination of the best singer in British.
    2. The successful story of a British singer.
    3. The steps to get an International contract deal.
    4. The happiness of a British singer.
  2. Where did she get the inspiration for her first record?
    1. Tottenham
    2. Brighton
    3. Brixton
    4. West Norwood
  3. The synonym of the word “award” is...
    1. Reward
    2. Punishment
    3. Contribution
    4. Approve
Questions 48-50 refer to the following text.
PT. Rajawali Anugerah Resources

Job Descriptions:
  1. Administration and support services.
  2. Handle information check request.
  3. Perform database search
  4. Analyze search result.
  5. Communicate and interact with engagement team

  1. University degree min D3, preferably with minimum 5 years working experiences in relevant area.
  2. Fluent in English – speaking and writing.
  3. Good computer skill – familiar with Microsoft office and computer search engine.
  4. Must be analytical, detailed and systematic.
  5. Good communication and interpersonal skill.
  6. Quick learner and interested in back office job.
  7. Diligence, attentive and responsible.
  8. Ability to work independently and manage multiple task assignments.

If you are interested, please send your CV and photo to:
To. rar.database@yahoo.co.id
Cc. recruitment@rar.co.id
with the email subject “DCCS ADM”
  1. What is the text about?
    1. Job description
    2. Curriculum vitae
    3. Aplication letter
    4. Job vacancy
  2. What is not required in the vacancy above?
    1. Having experiences in administration.
    2. Having good English skill.
    3. Having S1 degree in administration
    4. Having good communication and interpersonal skill.
Choose the correct form of the verbs (infinitive or gerund)
  1. I am keen on  ( to work / working ) in the computer industry.
  2. Amy decided  (to see / seeing ) a doctor.
  3. Leila enjoys  ( to work /  working ) love stories.
  4. Do you intend  (to learn / learning ) Italian or English?
  5. Do you mind  ( to help / helping ) me wash the dishes?
  6. Alan askezd  ( to talk / talking ) to the boss
  7. I can't help  ( to laugh / laughing ) when I watch Mr Been.
  8. If Sara keeps  ( to come / coming ) to work late, she'll have problems with the boss.
  9. Liza hates  ( to study / studying ) Maths.
  10. Are you interested in  ( to live / living ) in Africa ?
Put the verbs into the simple past:
  1. Last year I (go) -------------------------- to England on holiday.
  2. It (be) -------------------- fantastic.
  3. I (visit) ---------------------  lots of interesting places. I (be) ----------------- with two friends of mine .
  4. In the mornings we (walk) ---------------------- in the streets of London.
  5. In the evenings we (go) --------------------------  to pubs.
  6. The weather (be) ------------------------- strangely fine.
  7. It (not / rain) -------------------------  a lot.
  8. But we (see) ------------------------  some beautiful rainbows.
  9. Where (spend / you) -------------------  your last holiday?
Write the past forms of the irregular verbs.
Simple Past










Complete the table in simple past.
He wrote a book.

He did not sing

Was she pretty?
Put the sentences into simple past.
  1. We move to a new house. →--------------------------------------------
  2. They bring a sandwich. → ----------------------------------------------
  3. He doesn't do the homework. → ---------------------------------------
  4. They sell cars. → -------------------------------------------
  5. Does he visit his friends? → --------------------------------------
Write sentences in simple past.
  1. Janet / miss / the bus → -------------------------------------
  2. she / tidy / her room → -------------------------------
  3. Nancy / watch / not / television→ ---------------------------
  4. she / read / a book → -------------------------------------
Choose "Was“ or "Were“:
  1. The teacher -------------- nice.
  2. The students -----------------  very clever.
  3. But one student -------------------  in trouble.
  4. We ------------------ sorry for him.
  5. He --------------------  nice though

Fill in with the correct question words (WH-Question)
  1. ------------  do you live? - I live in London.
  2. ------------ 's that girl? - She's my sister.
  3.  ------------ do you go to school? - By bus.
  4. ------------- do banks open? - At eight O'clock.
  5. ------------- are you wearing that coat? - Because it's hot!
Write question about the words in bold.
He drank juice. - What did he drink?
  1. They went to Spain.
  2. He writes novels.
  3. Lacy likes soccer
  4. The girls watched a serial.
  5. He discovered the truth.
Choose the correct form of the following verbs:
wake(s) up - open(s) - speak(s) - take(s) - do(es) - cause(s) - live(s) - play(s) - close(s) - live(s)
  1. Ann ---------------- hand ball very well.
  2. I never ----------------  coffee.
  3. The swimming pool  -----------------  at 7:00 in the morning.
  4. It ----------------  at 9:00 in the evening.
  5. Bad driving ---------------  many accidents.
  6. My parents ------------------  in a very small flat.
  7. The Olympic Games -------------  place every four years.
  8. They are good students. They always ------------- their homework.
  9. My students ---------------  a little English.
  10. I always -------------  early in the morning.
Put the verbs between brackets in the correct form:
  1. Jane (not/drink) -----------------  tea very often.
  2. What time (the banks/open) -----------------------  in Britain?
  3. Where (John/come) --------------------- from?
  4. It (take) --------------------- me an hour to get to work.
  5. She (not/wake) ------------------------- up early on Sundays.
Choose the right verbs to complete the sentences. Sometimes you need the negative:
write - turn - eat - tell - rise
  1. The earth -------------- around the sun.
  2. The sun ----------------- in the east.
  3. Vegetarians -------------------- meat.
  4. A liar is someone who --------------  the truth.
  5. A novelist -------------------- novels.

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