Beginning ESL Test 3


Choose the appropriate options to complete the sentences.

1. She's just bought a brand new car so she ---- be able to drive.

can't
must
won't
probably


2. You ---- show your passport at the frontier if you want to get across

have to
aren't supposed to
are able to
are allowed to


3. I feel fine this morning but I ---- very tired last night.

was
is
am
were


4. It was hot in the room, so I ---- the window.

open
am opening
opened
opens


5. ---- you ---- TV last night?

Do / watch
Does / watch
Did / watch
was / watching


6. Carol ---- her arm last week.

was breaking
broke
breaks
is breaking


7. I ---- my passport. I can't find it.

have lost
was losing
were lost
lose


8. Are Diana and Paul here? No, they ---- yet.

has arrived
were arrived
have arrived
haven't arrived


9. ---- you ever ---- to New York? Yes, twice.

Has, been
Have, been
Have, be
Were, been


10. My aunt has lived in Canada ---- 15 years.

since
by
for
until


11. He ---- to his teacher at the moment.

is speaking
speaks
spoke
speak


12. My dog always ---- with me on the beach.

run
is running
runs
runned


13. We ---- to learn English last month.

begin
begins
is beginning
began


14. They bought a new t-shirt ----.

now
every day
last week
tomorrow


15. I'm going to ---- trees in the garden.

make
plant
do
give


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