Testul pregătitor nr. 1, la limba engleză, pentru Şcoala de Agenţi de Poliţie Vasile Lascăr Câmpina

1. Which of the following words does not have the sound [i:]?:
a) beep;
b) cheek;
c) sick;
d) seek.

2. Generally, summer is a hot season. But ... summer of 2005 was rainy and preety cold.:
a) a;
b) the;
c) -;
d) this.

3. If my car had had good brakes I ... it on time.:
a) could have stopped;
b) could stop;
c) stopped;
d) had stopped.

4. "Where is the money?", John asked:
a) John asked where is the money;
b) John asked where the money is;
c) John asked where the money was;
d) John asked where was the money.

5. By the time we arrived at the airport, the plane ...:
a) has just taken off;
b) had just taken off;
c) took off;
d) had just take off.

6. I like both Alice and Claire, but I must admit that Alice is ...:
a) the prettier;
b) the prettiest;
c) the most prettiest;
d) the more prettier.

7. It is getting ...:
a) more and more cold;
b) more and more colder;
c) cold and cold;
d) colder and colder.

8. Which of the following words does not have the sound [a:]?:
a) farm;
b) charm;
c) barn;
d) barium.

9. When you came I ... the garden.:
a) watered;
b) have been watering;
c) was watering;
d) had watered.

10. She can't come right now. She ... on the project:
a) works;
b) is working;
c) worked;
d) work.

11. Six pounds ... a low price and everyone ... to it:
a) are, agree;
b) is, agrees;
c) are, agrees;
d) is, agree.

12. I still ... to ... in such a strange place!:
a) am not used, live;
b) haven't been used, live;
c) can't use, living;
d) haven't got used, living.

13. He said that he ... as soon as he ... working:
a) would come, would finish;
b) had come, was finishing;
c) would come, finished;
d) came, would have finished.

14. We ... in the shade an hour on that sunny afternoon:
a) had;
b) lay;
c) lied;
d) lain.

15. The police ... investigating a serious murder case for three weeks now:
a) are;
b) have been;
c) is;
d) has been.

16. He arrived ... London ... 7 a.m. ... a foggy November day. We often have fog ... November:
a) in, at, on, in;
b) at, at, on, during;
c) to, at, in, on;
d) by, on, in, in.

17. He ... since I ... home:
a) had read, came;
b) is reading, came;
c) read, have come;
d) has been reading, was.

18. It is high time he ... told to stop behaving like a child:
a) has been;
b) would be;
c) were;
d) was.

19. It is unlikely ... these intructions:
a) for them to understand;
b) for them to have understood;
c) that they should understand;
d) that they understood.

20. He can't tell which of the two girls is ...:
a) the most beautiful;
b) the most beautifulest;
c) the more beautifuler;
d) the more beautiful.

21. You hardly ever go to cinema, ...?:
a) isn't it;
b) don't you;
c) are you;
d) do you.

22. If I'd known we'd have to wait so long, I ... a book.:
a) would bring;
b) had brought;
c) brought;
d) would have brought.

23. Who has written this novel? It's good. Who ... written by?:
a) this novel has been;
b) has this novel been;
c) has been this novel;
d) was this novel.

24. "Which of the wto pens would you like?" "... will do .":
a) Any;
b) Either;
c) No one;
d) None.

25. No sooner ... home ... the phone rang:
a) hat I got, that;
b) had I got, when;
c) did I get, than;
d) had I got, than.

26. ... you wish to buy a new car, we'd offer free insurance:
a) Would;
b) Should;
c) Had;
d) Did.

27. It's a long time since I ... such a good article:
a) have read;
b) read;
c) have been reading;
d) had read.

28. You repeated it, ... was necessary:
a) that;
b) what;
c) who;
d) which.

29. Is there anything her worth ...?:
a) buying;
b) to buy;
c) to have bought;
d) to buying.

30. Nobody has to do that, ...?:
a) do they;
b) have they;
c) has he;
d) does he.

31. I'm not expecting any messages, but if someone ... ring while I am out could you say that I'll be back by 6 p.m.?:
a) would;
b) will;
c) should;
d) can.

32. ... again, we might consider her for the job:
a) Were she apply;
b) If she had applied;
c) Were she to apply;
d) She applied.

33. He insisted ... the documents:
a) to see;
b) that he sees;
c) in seeing;
d) on seeing.

34. Everyone ... quietly when suddenly the door ... open and a complete stranger ... in:
a) was reading, burst, rushed;
b) were reading, bursted, rushed;
c) was reading, bursted, rushed;
d) read, was bursting, has rushed.

35. "Shall we go to the cinema?" "Yes, ...!":
a) let's;
b) we are;
c) shall we;
d) shan't we.

36. I don't believe she has failed the French test again. ... the French test again:
a) She mustn't have failed;
b) She can't have failed;
c) I can't believe she could fail;
d) It's impossible she may fail.

37. I hope they ... this road by the time we ... back next summer:
a) had repaired, would come;
b) will have repaired, come;
c) will have repaired, will come;
d) would have repaired, had come.

38. At this time on Monday, the handball team of our school ... be training on the new sports ground:
a) will;
b) would;
c) should;
d) must.

39. My sister drives ... than my brother, but I must also admit that she drives ...:
a) faster ... worse;
b) fast ... badly;
c) faster ... worst;
d) fast ... worse.

40. If ..., I wouldn't be able to solve the problem:
a) it hadn't been for you;
b) you hadn't been;
c) you weren't;
d) it weren't for you.

41. When the whistle was blown, I felt as if my legs ... stuck to the ground:
a) was;
b) were;
c) are;
d) have been.

42. I had warned you to study more but you ... listen:
a) won't;
b) mustn't;
c) nnedn't;
d) wouldn't.

43. She has bought two beautiful ... :
a) scarfs;
b) scarves;
c) scarfes;
d) scarvs.

44. The receptionist gave him ... valuable ...:
a) a loaf of ... information;
b) a bar of ... information;
c) a piece of ... informations;
d) a piece of ... information.

45. Which judge ... the witness right now?:
a) hears;
b) is hearing;
c) will hear;
d) has heard.

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