EGC9 – Quiz 1 (U9-10)
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Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs. Write your answers in full forms.
Example If she had left earlier, she (not be) would not have been late.
- I would have finished the job if I (start) sooner.
- I’ll give you a lift if you (come) now.
- I (not stop) working if I won a lot of money.
- If you (tell) him the truth, would you still have argued?
- You (can be) happy together if you hadn’t been so jealous.
- If you break the machine again, I (not be) able to fix it.
- (take) you the course again if you failed?
- If you were born again, what (do) you differently?
- He (not ring) you if you don’t give him your number.
- I would buy a new flat if I (have) the money.
Match A with B to create conditional sentences.
1. If you saw me walking down the street,
2. She wouldn’t have become a physicist
3. I would have rung you,
4. Would you marry me
5. What would you buy
6. If you hadn’t rented this flat,
7. If you were lonely,
8. What would you have done
9. If she’d asked us to help,
10. If someone scratched your car,
11. I would go
a. if I asked you to?
b. would you say hello?
c. you should have called me.
d we might have been able
e. if she hadn’t come from a scientific
f. we wouldn’t have
g. if you’d seen the man lying on the pavement?
h. what would you do?
i. if they asked
j. but I’d lost your
k. if you had a million euros?
Choose the correct modal verb.
- If I have enough time, I can’t / might see them in the party.
- John’s not usually He must / can’t be stuck in traffic.
- Colin and Brian look totally They can’t / should be identical twins.
- He can’t / might be He can’t speak a word of English.
- If the car breaks down, we might not / must be able to drive to meeting.
- Look, there’s Tim’s That means he must / can’t be here already.
- Zoe can’t / could be in Buenos Aires I saw her in London this morning.
- This must / can’t be a It doesn’t look like a hat!
- Jenna and Jade look quite They might / should be sisters.
- That bird looks and sounds like a crow – it can’t / must be a crow.
- It might / must be true – I’m not really sure.
Complete the sentences with an appropriate modal verb in the past.
- Rachel is quite lazy, but she (complete) might have completed the report this time.
- They (go) out. All the lights in the house are turned off.
- I think you should check this number again. You (hear) it correctly!
- They (sell) their They’ve always loved living there.
- Don (solve) that maths There is no solution to it!
- Deborah’s looking very She (pass) her exam.
- I (lose) my It isn’t in my pocket.
- Everybody knows The You (hear) of them, surely.
- You (forgot) ! I reminded you this.
- They (live) in a Spanish-speaking country. Their Spanish is really good.
- I’m afraid there’s no Mrs Peters You (call) the wrong number.
Complete each sentence with the correct form of one of the words in
- The job was too big so we hired a (to hire / to rent)
- Moya’s aunt her. Moya drives her to the shops every week. (rely on / trust)
- How many are currently staying at the hotel? (visitor / guest)
- Most boarding schools have very high . (fees / prices)
- I can’t decide which colour to paint the living It’s a decision! (challenging / difficult)
- Jack and I a software company when we were in our twenties. (set up / start)
Complete the sentences with a verb in the correct form from A, and a preposition from B
A B come
- Lianne got out of the taxi and thanked the
- Sarah needed somewhere to stay last I her in my spare room.
- I why Vincent was dismissed from his He argued with a customer.
- You’ll need to a better plan. Plan A didn’t
- George and Jerry a friendship while they were still at
- George Jerry after they disagreed about housework in their
Complete the sentences with the correct form of work out or make up.
- Can you what this means? I don’t understand.
- He a ridiculous story about being robbed.
- You and George should . There’s no point in still being angry at each other.
- I’ve that if we save £200 a month, we can buy a car next year.
- Today the English more than 80% of the UK’s spoken languages.
- You look really fit. Do you ?