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LEVEL TEST UPPER ADVANCED C2



A. Choose the correct option
1.  A.   I think the show is about starting now
 B.   I think the show is about in start now
 C.   I think the show is about to start now

 
2.  A.   You would have heard the news yet
 B.   You won´t have heard the news yet
 C.   You will have heard the news yet

 
3. What do you think...
 A.   you´ll do
 B.   you´ll be doing
 C.   you are doing
... ten years from now?

 
4.  A.   That´s a small Victorian round wooden table
 B.   That´s a Victorian small round wooden table
 C.   That´s a Victorian round wooden small table

 
5.  A.   I was going to call you
 B.   I was thinking of call you
 C.   I was calling you
... but then I forgot

 
6.  A.   At the time
 B.   In time
 C.   By the time
... I got to the airport, the plane had left

 
7.  A.   Bicycles are widely used in Amsterdam
 B.   Bicycles use widely in Amsterdam
 C.   Bicycles are in use widely in Amsterdam

 
8.  A.   The children were looking after by my mother
 B.   The children looked after by my mother
 C.   The children were being looked after by my mother

 
9.  A.   I´ve just been done at the hairdressers
 B.   I´ve just cut my hair at the hairdressers
 C.   I´ve just been to the hairdressers
... what do you think?

 
10.  A.   Sarah got her handbag snatched
 B.   Sarah had her handbag snatched
 C.   Sarah´s handbag had snatched

 
11. If I had known you were coming...
 A.   I have bought a cake
 B.   I would have bought a cake
 C.   I will buy a cake

 
12.  A.   That letter should have arrived by now
 B.   That letter should to have arrived by now
 C.   That letter must be arrived by now

 
13.  A.   I think you might have told me!
 B.   I think you might tell me!
 C.   I think you might to have told me!

 
14.  A.   At any time, was I informed
 B.   At no time, was I informed
 C.   At no time was informed I

 
15.  A.   It´s just not worth to get involved
 B.   It´s just not worth getting involved
 C.   It´s just not worth to involve myself

 


11.  To
a taste
12.  To
the books
 
B. Fill in the missing verb below to complete the verbal expressions
1.  To
a party
2.  To
one´s suffering
3.  To
time
4.  To
a grudge
5.  To
a hard bargain
6.  To
heart
7.  To
suit
8.  To
music
9.  To
a tooth
10.  To
one´s thoughts
C. Replace the word in the sentence with a suitable phrasal verb
1.  We can´t meet you for dinner —Michael has
with a terrible case of flu! (become ill)
2.  We love the new house, but it is going to cost a lot of money to
.(refurbish, decorate)
3.  I hate cats. They
my terrible allergies. (cause)
4.  Because of the terrible flooding, they have decided to
their trip to India. (postpone)
5.  In all the hotels where I have stayed in America, they
floor number 13. They are very superstitious. (omit)
6.  He is working so hard! But I think it will be impossible for him to
the place. (maintain)
7.  I haven´t seen you in so long! We have to
a date for lunch! (arrange)
8.  The car was a total
after the accident, but luckily nobody was hurt. (destroyed)
9.  Elizabeth, I really don´t want to
with you about over this! (have an argument)
10.  So when do the children
for Christmas? (close for the holidays)







                                                   






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