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Choose the correct answer.
1. He has been traveling a lot since he … to work for us.
A. began B. was beginning C. has begun D.
2. Tom suggested we … those mistakes.
A. should correct B. should corrected C. correcting D. to
3. If they … us they would have enjoyed it.
A. did join B. had joined C. has joined
4. Tom … down after he had returned.
A. laid B. was laying C. lied
5. Susan … her mother at the station tonight.
A. has met B. is meeting C. shall meet
6. Susan denied … anything to do with the missing money.
A. having B. have C. to have D. to
7. They … him for that accident.
A. denied B. blamed C. accused D.
8. My brother was made … the money he had borrowed from that man.
A. return B. to return C. returning D. to
9. It is time she … to believe in our words.
A. started B. start C. have started D.
10. He prefers to stay in that flat alone … share it with another person.
A. than B. to C. rather than
11. Take a coat in case it … cold
A. get B. gets C. would get
D. will get
12. He is used … difficult situations.
A. to deal with B. dealing with C. deal with D. to
13. I will have Susan … these essays.
A. to correct B. to correcting C. to have corrected D.
14. By the end of this year Meg … her new novel.
A. will have completed B. will be completing C. will complete D. will has
15. Very … people came to see my performance, so I feel really down.
A. a few B. many C. few D.
16. When she goes swimming she is always afraid … by jellyfish.
A. to be stung B. of being stung C. to be stang
D. of being stang
17. My neighbors made … much noise that I called the police.
A. too B. so C. such a
18. The thief is reported … the house at 8 am last night.
A. to have left B. leave C. left
D. to leaving
19. We see Browns more than we … .
A. use B. use to C. used to D.
20. He was knocked … by a car and they took him to hospital.
A. through B. over C. out
21. I love … on my back. Please, do it one more time!
A. to scratch B. being scratched C. been scratched D.
22. I’ll phone you as soon as Jim … me what’s happened.
A. told B. tells C. will tell
D. have told
23. On Monday the newspaper report contained … essential information.
A. many B. another C. an D.
a lot of
24. I’m sure she is at home. She can’t … to school – it’s Saturday.
A. have gone B. has gone C. will go
D. would go
25. If only they … left earlier! They would have been at school by now.
A. did B. have C. had
26. We heard him … the whole symphony.
A. play B. to playing C. to play
D. have played
27. I wish he … at last. I’ve been waiting for an hour now.
A. were to come B. will come C. has come D.
Put the verbs into the correct form.
I was on my way to the shoemaker where I had my shoes (repair) when I first (meet) the
little old man with the yellow face, with whom my life has now become so entangled. He
(stand) on the pavement, and (stare) at the number on the door in a doubtful way, as I
opened it. Finally he (smile). “You (come), “ he said, “at exactly the right moment. I had
forgotten the number of your house. How (you do), Mr Eden?” I (astonished) at his (call)
me by name, for I (never look) at the man before. I (hesitate). “Wonder who I am, eh? A
friend, let me (assure) you. You may not believe it but I (see) you before. (be) there
anywhere we can talk? I (get) a message for you.”
This is the story of the greatest sea tragedy that (ever occur). The steamship Titanic (be)
on her maiden voyage. More than two thousand people (travel) aboard on their way to the
United States from England. Some of them (book) their tickets many months before. On
the night of April 14, 1912, the weather was beautiful. People (dance) in the spacious
salons. Music, laughter and singing could (hear) everywhere, so nobody (think) of
danger. Suddenly, just before midnight, the sailor on guard (cry) out, “An iceberg!”
Before the ship could (change) her course, the iceberg (tear) a huge hole in the bottom of
the ship. Nothing could (do) to save her. The new ship (sink) immediately. More than
fifteen hundred people (lose) their lives, as the ship (not take) enough lifeboats. It (say)
that the myth of the Titanic’s unsinkability was only incredible combination of human
1. I wonder if you could tell me how long John (know) Dr Leech.
2. As we don’t agree about politics we avoid (discuss) the subject.
3. He’s asked (transfer0 to another branch of the company.
4. The plants wouldn’t have died if you (remember) to water them.
5. I wish you and Sam (quarrel) about that girl last week.
6. I’d rather you (type) these letters instead.
7. If only I (read) the book then.
8. If you (listen) to my advice then, you would have the job now.
9. It’s the first time you (have) a haircut.
10. It’s high time you (have) a haircut.
11. They may (see) their friends last week. I don’t know.
12. You can’t use the typewriter. It (repair) at the moment.
13. It (rain) yesterday when I had that accident.
14. At this time tomorrow, I (plant) apple trees in my garden.
15. When you are abroad, you get used to (speak) a foreign language pretty soon.
16. I must have this text (translate) into English.
17. Don’t ring her up at six; she (put) the children to bed.
18. I (not forget) your rudeness till you apologize.
19. We’ve arranged (meet) outside the school at 4:30.
20. Women (believe) to live longer than men.
21. I told the children (not make) so much noise.
22. I (dig) the garden. That’s why I’m so dirty.
23. If I (be) on time, I wouldn’t have missed the plane.
24. Dogs must (keep) on a leash at all times.
25. Do you know that your car (break into) last night?
26. If I were you, I (tell ) her everything.
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