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ENGLISH PLACEMENT TEST

Answer the questions below by selecting an answer from the list.
Your score can be seen at the end of the test.




GRAMMAR

 

  1. How many people in your family?  

  2. What time is it?

  3. I get up at 8 o'clock morning. 

  4. How much where you live? 

  5. Where are you going Friday?

  6. come to my party next Saturday?

  7. What in London last weekend?

  8. Is your English improving?

  9. I'm going to Sainsbury's some food.

  10. Oxford is the most attractive city .

  11. Oxford isn't Bath.

  12. He was mowing the lawn when I him yesterday.

  13. Last Tuesday I to the Passport Office.

  14. What were you doing at 7:30 on Wednesday evening? I TV.

  15. What time to bed during the week?

  16. Do you like Oxford? Yes, .

  17. I'm afraid I haven't got .

  18. This book is mine and that book is .

  19. Would you mind me that pencil?

  20. I live in Oxford now. I to France for a long time.

  21. I don't understand. What language

  22. She came to Britain .

  23. My mother never out in the evenings.

  24. Oxford?

  25. car is the red Ford?

  26. I'm sorry. I haven't done my report

  27. My friend doesn't speak Chinese. I don't

  28. That's the house

  29. If

  30. She asked me how big .

  31. My friend let his bike yesterday.

  32. , what would you spend it on?

  33. I smoking last year, but I didn't.

  34. I'm the film on Wednesday.

  35. I'm not grammar.

  36. The film was very good. It's .

  37. I have difficulty English.

  38. When I lived in France, I a lot of wine.

  39. I wish Russian.

  40. What will you do when studying?

  41. The Chancellor the new wing yesterday, but it still isn't finished.

  42. I'd rather English than Swedish.

  43. No sooner in through the door than the phone rang.

  44. We're having the party at .

  45. If he hadn't known the boss, he the job.

  46. I'd sooner a car than a motorbike.

  47. I need to go to toilet.

  48. It's time some work.

  49. It's now 9 o'clock and the train arrive at 8:15.

  50. We regret that the course has been cancelled.




  51. VOCABULARY



  52. People like flying this in the sky on a windy day.

  53. You find this in the kitchen. It's cold inside.

  54. These are made of metal. You cut food like bread and fruit with them.

  55. These usually have shelves inside and doors on the front. They are often made of wood.

  56. They look like lemons but they are smaller and they are green.

  57. Many people live in this kind of home. All the rooms are usually on the same floor.

  58. You play this game in a team. You throw a ball in the air and hit it with yours hands and arms.

  59. You can grow these in the ground. Beans, peppers and carrots are some examples.

  60. People have these every day. Breakfast is one of them.

  61. Where do you come from?

  62. I'm sorry we don't have your size.

  63. How long are you going to stay in Bangkok?

  64. See you tomorrow.


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  66. Adrian and Martin school last week.

  67. They to go camping for their holiday.

  68. They wanted to somewhere near the sea.

  69. It three hours to drive to the campsite.

  70. They put their tent in a of the field.


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  72. Deep sleep is important for .

  73. The actual of sleep you need ...

  74. ... depends your age.

  75. A young child to sleep 10 to 12 hours.

  76. Adults differ a lot in their sleeping .

  77. For most of them, 7 to 8 hours a night is .

  78. For a good night, having a comfortable to sleep is very important.

  79. Also, there should be of fresh air in the room.

  80. A warm drink sometimes helps people to sleep, it is not a good idea to drink coffee immediately before going to bed.


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  82. For Nigel Portman, a love of travelling began with what’s to as a ‘gap year’.

  83. He chose to take a year out before to study for his degree.

  84. After doing various jobs to some money, he left home to gain some experience of life.

  85. The more adventurous the young person, the the challenge they are ...

  86. … likely to themselves for the gap year.

  87. For some, like Nigel, it can in a thirst for adventure.

  88. Nigel is just about to leave on a three-year trip that will take him around the world.

  89. He plans to make the whole journey using only means of transport which are by natural energy.

  90. In other words, he’ll be mostly on bicycles and his own legs.


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  92. Work on the human brain has how different parts are centres of activity for different skills, feelings, perceptions and so on.

  93. It has also been shown that the left and right halves, or hemispheres, of the brain are for different functions.

  94. of music like tone, pitch and melody are all probably processed in different parts of the brain.

  95. Some of musical experience are processed not just in the auditory parts of the brain, but in the visual ones.

  96. We don’t yet fully understand the of this.

  97. The tempo of music seems to be related to its emotional impact, ...

  98. … with fast music often as happier and slower music as sadder.

  99. It is the same with the major biological rhythm of the body: our heart quickens when we’re happy, but slows when we’re sad.

  100. Military music may have from attempts to get us ...

  101. … ready for by using ...

  102. … fast drumming to our hearts into beating faster.

  103. Music is perhaps one of the most complex experiences the brain with ...

  104. … and it has become an absolutely part of our rituals and ceremonies.

  105. It has power beyond language to mood and co-ordinate our emotional states.

 

Your Score is:

Based on the score above, please check your corresponding level in the table below:

 Score / Level  Suggested Course(s)
0-10 Beginner's Course
Complete Beginner
11-25 Beginner's Course / Elementary (ALTE Breakthrough / CEFR A1)
False Beginner
26-40 Elementary / KET (ALTE Level 1 / CEFR A2)
Elementary
41-55 PET / BEC Preliminary (ALTE Level 2 / CEFR B1)
Lower Intermediate
56-72 FCE / BEC Vantage (ALTE Level 3 / CEFR B2)
Intermediate
73-90 CAE / BEC Higher (ALTE Level 4 / CEFR C1)
Upper-Intermediate
91-100 CPE (ALTE Level 5 / CEFR C2)
Advanced