Test ingles

Bienvenido al Test ingles

Email (*)
Nombre (*)
Telefono
Direccion
1.

Whether she’s a good actress or not is a .................... of opinion.

2.

The teacher encouraged her students .................... to an English pen-friend.

3.

A lot of the views put forward in the documentary were open to .................... .

4.

Roger’s manager ................... to make him stay late if he hadn’t finished the work.

5.

If you make a mistake when you are writing, just .................... it out with your pen.

6.

Price per night:

£10 a tent
£5 a person

7.

Scotland






Scotland is the north part of the island of Great Britain. The Atlantic Ocean is on the west and the
North Sea on the east. Some people (6).................. Scotland speak a different language called Gaelic.
There are (7) .................. five million people in Scotland, and Edinburgh is (8) .................. most
famous city.
Scotland has many mountains; the highest one is called ‘Ben Nevis’. In the south of Scotland, there are
a lot of sheep. A long time ago, there (9) .................. many forests, but now there are only a
(10) ................... .
Scotland is only a small country, but it is quite beautiful.

8.

UFOs – do they exist?






UFO is short for ‘unidentified flying object’. UFOs are popularly known as flying saucers,
(16) ................. that is often the (17) ................. they are reported to be. The (18) ..................
"flying saucers" were seen in 1947 by an American pilot, but experts who studied his claim
decided it had been a trick of the light.
Even people experienced at watching the sky, (19) ................. as pilots, report seeing UFOs. In
1978 a pilot reported a collection of UFOs off the coast of New Zealand. A television
(20) ................. went up with the pilot and filmed the UFOs. Scientists studying this
phenomenon later discovered that in this case they were simply lights on boats out fishing.

9.

He’s still getting .................... the shock of losing his job.

10.

Alice Guy Blaché






Alice Guy Blaché was the first female film director. She first became involved in cinema whilst
working for the Gaumont Film Company in the late 1890s. This was a period of great change in
the cinema and Alice was the first to use many new inventions, (11) .................. sound and colour.

In 1907 Alice (12) ................... to New York where she started her own film company. She was
(13) .................. successful, but, when Hollywood became the centre of the film world, the best
days of the independent New York film companies were (14) ................... . When Alice died in
1968, hardly anybody (15) .................. her name.

11.

This form .................... be handed in until the end of the week.

12.

The newspaper report contained .................... important information.

13.

The tallest buildings - SKYSCRAPERS






Nowadays, skyscrapers can be found in most major cities of the world. A building which was many
(41) ……………….. high was first called a skyscraper in the United States at the end of the 19th
century, and New York has perhaps the (42) ……………….. skyscraper of them all, the Empire
State Building. The (43) ……………….. beneath the streets of New York is rock,
(44) ……………….. enough to take the heaviest load without sinking, and is therefore well-suited
to bearing the (45) ……………….. of tall buildings.

14.

This product must be eaten .................... two days of purchase.

15.

I thought there was a ..................... of jealousy in his reaction to my good fortune.

16.

It can be a good idea for people who lead an active life to increase their .................... of vitamins.

17.

Scotland






Scotland is the north part of the island of Great Britain. The Atlantic Ocean is on the west and the
North Sea on the east. Some people (6).................. Scotland speak a different language called Gaelic.
There are (7) .................. five million people in Scotland, and Edinburgh is (8) .................. most
famous city.
Scotland has many mountains; the highest one is called ‘Ben Nevis’. In the south of Scotland, there are
a lot of sheep. A long time ago, there (9) .................. many forests, but now there are only a
(10) ................... .
Scotland is only a small country, but it is quite beautiful.

18.

The tallest buildings - SKYSCRAPERS






Nowadays, skyscrapers can be found in most major cities of the world. A building which was many
(41) ……………….. high was first called a skyscraper in the United States at the end of the 19th
century, and New York has perhaps the (42) ……………….. skyscraper of them all, the Empire
State Building. The (43) ……………….. beneath the streets of New York is rock,
(44) ……………….. enough to take the heaviest load without sinking, and is therefore well-suited
to bearing the (45) ……………….. of tall buildings.

19.

The new college .................... for the needs of students with a variety of learning backgrounds.

20.

Scotland






Scotland is the north part of the island of Great Britain. The Atlantic Ocean is on the west and the
North Sea on the east. Some people (6).................. Scotland speak a different language called Gaelic.
There are (7) .................. five million people in Scotland, and Edinburgh is (8) .................. most
famous city.
Scotland has many mountains; the highest one is called ‘Ben Nevis’. In the south of Scotland, there are
a lot of sheep. A long time ago, there (9) .................. many forests, but now there are only a
(10) ................... .
Scotland is only a small country, but it is quite beautiful.

21.

They spent a lot of time .................... at the pictures in the museum.

22.

The tallest buildings - SKYSCRAPERS






Nowadays, skyscrapers can be found in most major cities of the world. A building which was many
(41) ……………….. high was first called a skyscraper in the United States at the end of the 19th
century, and New York has perhaps the (42) ……………….. skyscraper of them all, the Empire
State Building. The (43) ……………….. beneath the streets of New York is rock,
(44) ……………….. enough to take the heaviest load without sinking, and is therefore well-suited
to bearing the (45) ……………….. of tall buildings.

23.

Foreign money changed here

24.

Have you considered .................... to London?

25.

Please leave your room key at Reception.

26.

SCRABBLE






Scrabble is the world’s most popular word game. For its origins, we have to go back to the 1930s in
the USA, when Alfred Butts, an architect, found himself out of (46) ……………….. . He decided
that there was a (47) ………………. for a board game based on words and (48) ………………. to
design one. Eventually he made a (49) ………………. from it, in spite of the fact that his original
(50) ………………. was only three cents a game.

27.

The tallest buildings - SKYSCRAPERS






Nowadays, skyscrapers can be found in most major cities of the world. A building which was many
(41) ……………….. high was first called a skyscraper in the United States at the end of the 19th
century, and New York has perhaps the (42) ……………….. skyscraper of them all, the Empire
State Building. The (43) ……………….. beneath the streets of New York is rock,
(44) ……………….. enough to take the heaviest load without sinking, and is therefore well-suited
to bearing the (45) ……………….. of tall buildings.

28.

AFTERNOON SHOW BEGINS AT 2PM

29.

Alice Guy Blaché






Alice Guy Blaché was the first female film director. She first became involved in cinema whilst
working for the Gaumont Film Company in the late 1890s. This was a period of great change in
the cinema and Alice was the first to use many new inventions, (11) .................. sound and colour.

In 1907 Alice (12) ................... to New York where she started her own film company. She was
(13) .................. successful, but, when Hollywood became the centre of the film world, the best
days of the independent New York film companies were (14) ................... . When Alice died in
1968, hardly anybody (15) .................. her name.

30.

Why didn’t you ..................... that you were feeling ill?

31.

Scotland






Scotland is the north part of the island of Great Britain. The Atlantic Ocean is on the west and the
North Sea on the east. Some people (6).................. Scotland speak a different language called Gaelic.
There are (7) .................. five million people in Scotland, and Edinburgh is (8) .................. most
famous city.
Scotland has many mountains; the highest one is called ‘Ben Nevis’. In the south of Scotland, there are
a lot of sheep. A long time ago, there (9) .................. many forests, but now there are only a
(10) ................... .
Scotland is only a small country, but it is quite beautiful.

32.

James was not sure exactly where his best interests ..................... .

33.

Scotland






Scotland is the north part of the island of Great Britain. The Atlantic Ocean is on the west and the
North Sea on the east. Some people (6).................. Scotland speak a different language called Gaelic.
There are (7) .................. five million people in Scotland, and Edinburgh is (8) .................. most
famous city.
Scotland has many mountains; the highest one is called ‘Ben Nevis’. In the south of Scotland, there are
a lot of sheep. A long time ago, there (9) .................. many forests, but now there are only a
(10) ................... .
Scotland is only a small country, but it is quite beautiful.

34.

UFOs – do they exist?






UFO is short for ‘unidentified flying object’. UFOs are popularly known as flying saucers,
(16) ................. that is often the (17) ................. they are reported to be. The (18) ..................
"flying saucers" were seen in 1947 by an American pilot, but experts who studied his claim
decided it had been a trick of the light.
Even people experienced at watching the sky, (19) ................. as pilots, report seeing UFOs. In
1978 a pilot reported a collection of UFOs off the coast of New Zealand. A television
(20) ................. went up with the pilot and filmed the UFOs. Scientists studying this
phenomenon later discovered that in this case they were simply lights on boats out fishing.

35.

Andrew’s attempts to get into the swimming team have not .................... with much success.

36.

I find the times of English meals very strange – I’m not used ..................... dinner at 6pm.

37.

UFOs – do they exist?






UFO is short for ‘unidentified flying object’. UFOs are popularly known as flying saucers,
(16) ................. that is often the (17) ................. they are reported to be. The (18) ..................
"flying saucers" were seen in 1947 by an American pilot, but experts who studied his claim
decided it had been a trick of the light.
Even people experienced at watching the sky, (19) ................. as pilots, report seeing UFOs. In
1978 a pilot reported a collection of UFOs off the coast of New Zealand. A television
(20) ................. went up with the pilot and filmed the UFOs. Scientists studying this
phenomenon later discovered that in this case they were simply lights on boats out fishing.

38.

SCRABBLE






Scrabble is the world’s most popular word game. For its origins, we have to go back to the 1930s in
the USA, when Alfred Butts, an architect, found himself out of (46) ……………….. . He decided
that there was a (47) ………………. for a board game based on words and (48) ………………. to
design one. Eventually he made a (49) ………………. from it, in spite of the fact that his original
(50) ………………. was only three cents a game.

39.

I .................... to other people borrowing my books: they always forget to return them.

40.

.................... from Michael, all the group arrived on time.

41.

Alice Guy Blaché






Alice Guy Blaché was the first female film director. She first became involved in cinema whilst
working for the Gaumont Film Company in the late 1890s. This was a period of great change in
the cinema and Alice was the first to use many new inventions, (11) .................. sound and colour.

In 1907 Alice (12) ................... to New York where she started her own film company. She was
(13) .................. successful, but, when Hollywood became the centre of the film world, the best
days of the independent New York film companies were (14) ................... . When Alice died in
1968, hardly anybody (15) .................. her name.

42.

UFOs – do they exist?






UFO is short for ‘unidentified flying object’. UFOs are popularly known as flying saucers,
(16) ................. that is often the (17) ................. they are reported to be. The (18) ..................
"flying saucers" were seen in 1947 by an American pilot, but experts who studied his claim
decided it had been a trick of the light.
Even people experienced at watching the sky, (19) ................. as pilots, report seeing UFOs. In
1978 a pilot reported a collection of UFOs off the coast of New Zealand. A television
(20) ................. went up with the pilot and filmed the UFOs. Scientists studying this
phenomenon later discovered that in this case they were simply lights on boats out fishing.

43.

Would it .................... you if we came on Thursday?

44.

Although our opinions on many things .................... , we’re good friends.

45.

Alice Guy Blaché






Alice Guy Blaché was the first female film director. She first became involved in cinema whilst
working for the Gaumont Film Company in the late 1890s. This was a period of great change in
the cinema and Alice was the first to use many new inventions, (11) .................. sound and colour.

In 1907 Alice (12) ................... to New York where she started her own film company. She was
(13) .................. successful, but, when Hollywood became the centre of the film world, the best
days of the independent New York film companies were (14) ................... . When Alice died in
1968, hardly anybody (15) .................. her name.

46.

CLOSED FOR HOLIDAYS

Lessons start again on the 8 th January

47.

SCRABBLE






Scrabble is the world’s most popular word game. For its origins, we have to go back to the 1930s in
the USA, when Alfred Butts, an architect, found himself out of (46) ……………….. . He decided
that there was a (47) ………………. for a board game based on words and (48) ………………. to
design one. Eventually he made a (49) ………………. from it, in spite of the fact that his original
(50) ………………. was only three cents a game.

48.

Shirley enjoys science lessons, but all her experiments seem to .................... wrong.

49.

The decorated roof of the ancient palace was .................... up by four thin columns.

50.

As I had missed the history lesson, my friend went ...................... the homework with me.

51.

UFOs – do they exist?






UFO is short for ‘unidentified flying object’. UFOs are popularly known as flying saucers,
(16) ................. that is often the (17) ................. they are reported to be. The (18) ..................
"flying saucers" were seen in 1947 by an American pilot, but experts who studied his claim
decided it had been a trick of the light.
Even people experienced at watching the sky, (19) ................. as pilots, report seeing UFOs. In
1978 a pilot reported a collection of UFOs off the coast of New Zealand. A television
(20) ................. went up with the pilot and filmed the UFOs. Scientists studying this
phenomenon later discovered that in this case they were simply lights on boats out fishing.

52.

By the time he has finished his week’s work, John has hardly ................... energy left for the weekend.

53.

SCRABBLE






Scrabble is the world’s most popular word game. For its origins, we have to go back to the 1930s in
the USA, when Alfred Butts, an architect, found himself out of (46) ……………….. . He decided
that there was a (47) ………………. for a board game based on words and (48) ………………. to
design one. Eventually he made a (49) ………………. from it, in spite of the fact that his original
(50) ………………. was only three cents a game.

54.

I don’t remember .................... the front door when I left home this morning.

55.

SCRABBLE






Scrabble is the world’s most popular word game. For its origins, we have to go back to the 1930s in
the USA, when Alfred Butts, an architect, found himself out of (46) ……………….. . He decided
that there was a (47) ………………. for a board game based on words and (48) ………………. to
design one. Eventually he made a (49) ………………. from it, in spite of the fact that his original
(50) ………………. was only three cents a game.

56.

As the game .................... to a close, disappointed spectators started to leave.

57.

The tallest buildings - SKYSCRAPERS






Nowadays, skyscrapers can be found in most major cities of the world. A building which was many
(41) ……………….. high was first called a skyscraper in the United States at the end of the 19th
century, and New York has perhaps the (42) ……………….. skyscraper of them all, the Empire
State Building. The (43) ……………….. beneath the streets of New York is rock,
(44) ……………….. enough to take the heaviest load without sinking, and is therefore well-suited
to bearing the (45) ……………….. of tall buildings.

58.

She .................... her neighbour’s children for the broken window.

59.

Although Harry had obviously read the newspaper article carefully, he didn’t seem to have .................... the main point.

60.

Alice Guy Blaché






Alice Guy Blaché was the first female film director. She first became involved in cinema whilst
working for the Gaumont Film Company in the late 1890s. This was a period of great change in
the cinema and Alice was the first to use many new inventions, (11) .................. sound and colour.

In 1907 Alice (12) ................... to New York where she started her own film company. She was
(13) .................. successful, but, when Hollywood became the centre of the film world, the best
days of the independent New York film companies were (14) ................... . When Alice died in
1968, hardly anybody (15) .................. her name.