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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #85810: Placement test (beginners)
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    Placement test (beginners)


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    1.

    a)





    Write each number in full.
    14
    6
    40
    18
    9
    15
    7
    30


    b)




    Listen to the numbers and write them in figures.

    Patrick

    1st number
    2)
    3)
    4)
    5)
    6)





    2.



    Write the name of the animals; mind the plural.
    two

    two
    two
    two

    two
    two
    two
    two




    3.




    Suzan tells 6 words.Fill in the blanks with the number of the stressed syllable.

    Suzan
    1st word = Stress on the syllable:
    2) =
    3) =
    4) =
    5) =
    6) =




    4.




    Complete with the right word.




    She has black
    and a blue

    She has a pink
    and a red

    She has blue
    and green

    She has a yellow
    and a white




    5.



    David says 2 series of 3 words. Write the number of the word that has a different pronunciation from the others (1, 2 or 3).
    David

    1st words = word number

    2) =




    6.



    Peter says 4 sentences.Write the number of the corresponding sentence for each picture.There is a useless picture; write 0 in the case.
    Peter





    Sentence n






    7.




    Complete with the right preposition:on,in,under,above,behind,between,in front of (some may not be used).






    The stick is the box.
    The ball is the box.
    The ball is the box.
    The ball is the boxes.
    The ball is the box.




    8.



    Jack says 4 sentences.Write whether the sentence is affirmative,negative or interrogative, using A,N or I.
    Jack
    1st sentence:
    2)
    3)
    4)




    9.



    Below each clock write the number of the right answer (1, 2 or 3).
    3.It's two past eleven.



    1. It's eight o'clock.
    2. It's half past eight.
    3. It's eight to eight.


    1. It's a quarter to eight.
    2. It's a quarter to nine.
    3. It's a quarter to ten.


    1. It's a quarter past nine.
    2. It's a quarter to nine.
    3. It's a quarter past three.


    1. It's eleven past ten.
    2. It's a quarter to eleven.
    3. It's ten past eleven.




    10.



    Here are 2 lists of 3 words.Phoebe spells one word of each list.Write the number of the word that is spelt in its list (1,2 or 3)
    Phoebe

    1st list:: bride, bread, break . => Word n

    2): here, heir, hair . =>




    11.



    Write the missing word in each question:are,is,this,you, your (one of the words is used twice).
    What's name?
    My name is Bob.
    How old you?
    I'm ten years old.
    What's ?
    It's my dog.
    What colour it?
    It's purple.
    Do like carrots?
    No, I don't.
    How you?
    I'm fine, thanks.









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