Тесты по английскому языку к модулям 1,3,7.Учебник Spotlight 11 класс

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Тесты к модулям 1,3,7 по английскому языку в 11 классе по темам "Взаимоотношения","Ответственность", "Наше будущее" к учебнику Spotlight. Представлены задания по лексике и грамматике по темам: времена группы Present, Past, Perfect, the-ing form, to-infinitive,infinitive without to, Conditionals.

Module 7 Test

1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.

  1. A: What do you think of the view from here?

B: It’s amazing. I just wish I ………….. (have) my digital camera with me.

  1. A: Johnny never stops playing those new video games.

B: I wish we …………….(not/buy) them.

  1. A: I wish I ………………(find) a job.

B: Why don’t you look in the newspaper?

  1. A: You were quite rude to Janet yesterday, you know.

B: You’re right. I wish I ………………(not/speak) to her like that.

  1. A: Ann’s very upset.

B: I know. If only I ……………….(not/speak) to her that rudely.

  1. A: I wish the weather ……………..(change).

B: Yes. Then we could go to the beach.

  1. A: Your Internet connection is so slow.

B: If only we ……………..(have) broadband out here.

  1. A: People are always ringing me on my mobile phone!

B: Tell me about it! Sometimes I wish mobile phones …………..(not/exist) at all!

  1. A: You look sick.

B: If only I ……………..(not/eat) so much.

  1. A: I wish I ………………(know) how to use a computer.

B: Don’t worry. I’ll show you.

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.

  1. If Brian …………..(leave) now, he won’t miss his flight.

  2. If I were you, I …………….(not/talk) to him again.

  3. If I had gone with them, I ……………(have) a great time.

  4. The plane ………………(not/take off) unless it stops snowing.

  5. If she …………….(listen) to the weather forecast, she wouldn’t have left.

  6. If Jenny had got up early, she ………………(not/be) late for school.

  7. If Timothy had some money, he ……………(buy) a new bicycle.

  8. We’ll go to the beach unless it ……………. (rain).

  9. If I …………(see) Richard, I’ll tell him about the dormer party on Friday.

  10. If Bridget is here by 6 o’clock, we ……….(go) to the cinema.

  11. If I ………. be you, I would recycle more.

  12. If Laura studies more she ………….(pass) her exams.

3. Use the words in the list to complete the exchanges.

change • overcome • wait • face • reject • make • come • achieve

  1. A: Pete helped me ……………… the problems I had at work.

B: He is a great guy, isn’t he?

  1. A: Lots of people want to …………the world.

B: That is very promising.

  1. A: Do you think it will be difficult to start my own business?

B: In the beginning, you may …………… many obstacles, but you mustn’t give up.

  1. A: We will never have the money to buy a car.

B: Yes, we will. Just …………..and see.

  1. A: When I set goals for myself, I make sure I ………….. them.

B: Good for you!

  1. A: If you ……………… up against any difficulties, give me a ring.

B: I’ll be fine. Don’t worry.

  1. A: I don’t think I would be a successful manager.

B: Don’t …………….the idea until you give it a try.

  1. A: Tracey likes helping people in need.

B: I know, she likes to ……………. a difference in people’s lives.

4. Circle the correct item.

  1. I am going to apply for the subject / position of senior manager at our company.

  2. You need to have the necessary quantities / qualifications to succeed in the job.

  3. My parents help me pay my tuition fees / money.

  4. I usually have a French lesson / subject twice a week.

  5. My student loan / funding amounts to £12,000.

  6. Most of my classmates / colleagues have been working for a minimum of six years.

5. Write a letter to your friend about your plans for the future. Ask 3 questions.

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Test 1 Variant 2

1. Complete the exchanges with the words in the list:

married • divorced • engaged • single • widowed • elderly

  1. A: I had no idea that Paul is ……………….. .

B: Unfortunately, his wife passed away last summer.

  1. A: Tom’s parents decided to get …………….. .

B: I know. They have been having problems for a while now.

  1. A: Does your sister live alone?

B: No, she lives with her husband. She’s been ………….. for two years now.

  1. A: They’ve been ……………. for three years.

B: When are they planning on getting married?

  1. A: Alice looks very tired. Does she ever rest;

B: I highly doubt, it. She is a …………….. parent and has no help from anyone.

  1. A: When my grandfather gets on a bus people always give him their seat.

B: That’s nice. It’s important to respect the ………………… .

2. Circle the correct word.

  1. Mrs. Evans is very active for an ………….. woman

a) elderly b) ancient

  1. Four ……………. of Millers were at the family reunion.

a) relations b) generations

  1. Katie was surprised to find out that one of her ………….. was a famous explorer in the 18thcentury.

a) ancestors b) relatives

  1. She has two sons from her first …………….. .

a) wedding b) marriage

3. Choose the correct answer.

  1. Do you remember Jane?”

Yes. She …………… to go to primary school with us.”

A. is used B. used C. was used

  1. Was is difficult for you to live on your own?”

It was at first but I soon ………… to it.”

A. get used B. be used C. got used

  1. You look so tired today.”

Well. I …………… to staying up late at night.”

Dependent prepositions

4. Fill in: for, about, to, of

  1. I’ve always felt very close ………… my older sister.

  2. He has great respect …………….his grandparents.

  3. You should be ashamed …………… your behave our.

  4. She is very attached …………….. him.

  5. What are you arguing ……………. this time, you two?

Phrasal Verbs (come)

5. Fill in: down with, across, up with, into, over

  1. We came ………… a beautiful antique table at the flea market.

  2. Why don’t you come .................tonight? We’re having pizza.

  3. The symptoms show that you’re coming …………… the flu.

  4. They come ……………. at least once a week for a visit.

  5. The class came …………..some great games for the party.

  6. She came ……………. a large inheritance and bought a house.

6. Write in one of Present Tenses

  1. A: What ……………….(do)? Your face is all red and you took really upset!

B: I …………….(just/have) another fight with Tom because he used my laptop without asking me again.

  1. A: Adam …………… (always/want) to be part of a large family.

B: What ……………. (you/talk) about? I know for a fact that he loved being an only child!

  1. A: Don't you think that Patty ………………..(get) to be more and more of a busybody these days?

B: Yes, I do. Someone ………………….(need) to tell her to stop interfering in things that aren’t her concern!

7. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct past tense.

  1. A: How ……………. (you/find out) about the cruise?

B: I ……………..(look) through a magazine when I ……………(see) the advertisement.

  1. A: Have you typed the contract yet?

B: Actually, I ……………. (just/start) it before you ……………..(walk) in.

  1. A: We …………….(go) to the flea market yesterday.

B: Really! ……………….(you/buy) anything?

  1. A: Tonia performed really well yesterday.

B: Yes. She ……………… (practise) for months before the recital.

  1. A: ……………… (you/enjoy) your flight?

B: Yes, although in the beginning I was a little nervous as I ……………. (never/fly) before.

  1. A: Where ……………. (your sister/stay) when she ……………(go) to London?

B: In a cheap youth hostel.

  1. A: When ……………. (your dad/retire)?

B: Last month. He …………… (work) for the same company for 25 years.

8. Complete the gaps with will or be going to in the correct form.

  1. A: Your shirt is dirty.

B: I know. I ………………wash it later.

  1. A: I’m a bit hungry.

B: I ……………….make you a sandwich.

  1. A: What are your plans for Saturday night?

B: We ………………. invite some friends over for dinner. Would you like to come?

  1. A: The doorbell is ringing.

B: I ………………get it.

  1. A: What are your plans for summer holidays?

B: We …………… travel to Spain. We’ve already booked our tickets.

  1. A: Try not to be late.

B: Don’t worry. I ……………… be back by 7:00.

9. Fill in: tradition, policy, stroll, concept, support, honour, priority, child

  1. My schoolwork is my top ……………… .

  2. We like to exchange gifts on New Year’s Day.

It's a family ………….. .

  1. I can’t understand the ……………. behind this machine. What is it supposed to do?

  2. It is a great ……………… for me to be part of your research team.

  3. Without my husband’s ………………, I wouldn’t have made it in the fashion business.

  4. We’re sorry! You cannot use the Internet during work hours. It’s our company’s ……………….. .

  5. My husband is an only ……………. He has no brothers or sisters.

  6. After we did the washing up, we went for a …………….. in the park.

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Test 3 Variant 1

1. Fill in the gaps with the following verbs in the appropriate form: contact, pay, shoplift, threaten, find, confess.

  1. If you are caught running a red light, you have to ……………….. a big fine.

  2. As soon as I realised that my house had been broken into, I ……………….. the police.

  3. The woman they arrested to the crime late last night.

  4. The judge ………………… the three boys guilty of vandalising school property.

  5. My mum …………………… to take away my MP3 player if I don’t do well on my exams.

  6. Mike was caught ……………………. yesterday. He had stolen some batteries and a pair of gloves.

2. Complete the exchanges with the phrases in the correct form:

have no right • have the right to

have the responsibility to • do one’s bit

take responsibility for

stand up for one’s rights

  1. A: The police officer informed him that he …………………….. a lawyer.

B: That’s only fair.

  1. A: You ………………….. to be here! Get out now!

B: Please, just listen to what I have to say.

  1. A: Why do you work so late every day?

B: As the team leader of our project, I feel that I ……………………… do so.

  1. A: Who’s going to …………………….. sending out the wedding invitations?

B: I think Mary started sending some out already.

  1. A: Anna’s husband is very obsessive and controlling.

B: That’s terrible! She should ……………………… .

  1. A: We should all……………………… to protect the environment.

B: You’re right! We should take responsibility immediately.

3. Circle the correct item.

  1. The young man shivered / pointed in the cold.

  2. The two dogs were laying / growling from behind the gate.

  3. The burglar pleaded / muttered with the police officer to set him free.

  4. I threw out the old steeples / rags that I found in the basement.

4. Choose the correct answer.

  1. Do you mind …………………… outside, please?

A. wait B. to wait C. waiting

  1. He’s looking forward …………………. abroad.

A. travelling B. to travel C. to travelling

  1. We’ve always wanted …………………… on a safari.

A. go B. to go C. going

  1. I’d love …………………. you again.

A. see B. to see C. seeing

  1. How about ……………………. us for a skiing holiday?

A. join B. to join C. joining

  1. There’s no point in ………………… . He won’t forgive me.

A. apologise B. to apologise C. apologizing

5. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct form

(-ing form, to -infinitive or infinitive without to).

  1. You should avoid ……… (have) an argument.

  2. Let me (stay) up a little longer. The film hasn’t finished yet.

  3. The bathroom needs (paint).

  4. They didn’t let us (pay) for the meal.

  5. He’s old enough (drive) a car.

  6. Lie down and take a deep breath ……………..(feel) better.

  7. I can’t stand (watch) horror films.

  8. My parents made me (stay) at home.

  9. Will you help me (repair) my bike?

  10. It’s not worth (try) to convince him.

  11. You should (be) very careful when you walk in dark streets at night.

  12. She was advised (report) the crime to the police.

  13. I can’t wait (tell) Tina the good news.

  14. I can’t stand (be/told) lies.

  15. He doesn’t mind (help) with the housework.

6. Complete the phrasal verbs with the correct particle.

  1. If you don’t keep the noise , I’ll call the police!

  2. Keep……………..from unlit areas at night!

  3. Tell me everything, don’t keep anything……………… .

  4. If you keep …………………driving like that, you’ll have an accident.

  5. Paul couldn’t keep ………………. the workload, so he got an assistant.

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Test 1 Variant 1

1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present form.

e.g. A: What time does the film start (film/start)?

B: I think it has already started (already/start), let me check.

  1. A: (you/know) if there’s a problem between Cynthia and Kelly?

B: No, but I (think) of asking Cynthia about it.

  1. A: I (not/call) Helen for ages, I wonder how she is.

B: Well, I know she……………………… (stay) in town this week, so maybe you two can meet while she’s here.

Underline the correct item.

  1. Jeremy hasn’t got used to living/didn’t used to live away from home yet, as he’s only been studying abroad for two months.

  2. When James was younger, he used to like/would like listening to rock music, but now he isn’t really interested in it.

  3. Jonathan gets used to getting up/is used to getting up early, so he doesn’t mind that' his new job starts at 7:00 am.

  4. When he was little, John would always ask/was, always used to asking his parents to get him a dog for his birthday, but they never did.

Underline the correct verb form.

  1. By the time we arrive at the theatre, the play will start/will have started.

  2. I’m sure Harry is going to forgive/will forgive you when he nears your side of the story.

  3. Watch out! You are crashing/are going to crash into that tree!

  4. Although Tracy and Stephen aren’t speaking to each other these days, they’re due to/bound to become friends again; they’ve known one another too long to ruin their friendship.

  5. This time next Monday John will be driving/is about to drive his brand-new car.

Put the verbs in brackets into the past simple, past continuous, past perfect or past perfect continuous.

  1. Linda …………………(try) to find a present for her mum for over an hour before she………………..(finally/see) something nice to buy her.

  2. William (already/hear) the news when I ………………. (call) to tell him.

  1. While Emma (do) her homework, her brother …………………. (play) music loudly, and she couldn't concentrate.

  2. Nathan ………………….. (come) across a photo of his great-grandfather as he ………………….(look) through some old things.

  3. Helen ……………………. (be) exhausted because she ……………………… (jog) for two hours.

2. Fill in: foster, stroll, engaged, widow, reputation, priority, divorced, in-laws.

  1. The people of the island have a ………………….. for being kind and polite.

  2. We are going to spend the summer holidays with my ………………………. .

  3. Young Jeremy was placed in a home.

  4. The recently ……………………. couple are planning a summer wedding.

  5. Jim’s first ………………………. is to find a job.

  6. They got ……………………. after only one year of marriage.

  7. Mrs. Adams has been a …………………… for fifteen years.

  8. The whole family went for a ……………………….. in the park.

3. Underline the correct item.

  1. My brother is very sensitive/stubborn. He never listens to anybody.

  2. I wanted to become a lawyer but I am too moody/shy.

  3. She has beautiful almond-shaped/shoulder length eyes.

  4. Mrs. Thompson always has her hair up in a bun/perm.

  5. Clara likes to wear formal/casual clothes, like jeans and T-shirts.

  6. I have very dry/freckled skin, especially in winter.

  7. Lisa used to be very overweight/skinny. Now that she has put on some weight, she looks much better.

  8. Don’t be so aggressive/pessimistic! Everything will turn out just fine in the end.

  9. Our boss is confident/impatient that we will have completed the project on time.

4. Complete the sentences with the correct word derived from the words in bold.

  1. Motor vehicles emit many …………………… into the air. POLLUTE

  2. In the Victorian era it was not uncommon for a rich family to

have their own ……….. SERVE

  1. We were raised in a small ………….. outside the city. NEIGHBOUR

  2. What do people do for …………….. in this town? ENTERTAIN

It’s so quiet!

  1. A large Pakistani ………………… lives in the city of Birmingham. COMMUNE

  2. ………………… continues to be a serious problem around the world. RACE

Dependent prepositions

5. Complete the sentences with the following prepositions.

about to of for

  1. Margaret feels very close ………………… her sister-in-law.

  2. Aren’t you ashamed ……………….. treating her that way?

  3. Frank has a great deal of respect ………………… his teachers.

  4. William is very attached ………………….. his friends at school.

  5. Couples often argue ………………. money.

Phrasal verbs

6. Fill in: across, into, over, up with, down with.

  1. Dan came ……………………. some great ideas for his grandparents anniversary celebration.

  2. The workers came ………………. some ancient ruins while digging at the construction site.

  3. We would like to come ………………. tonight if that’s alright with you.

  4. My body aches and I feet hot. I think I’m coming ……………….. the flu.

  5. She came …………………. a lot of money when her uncle died.

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Test 3 Variant 2

1. Choose the correct item.

  1. I love swim/swimming in the sea.

  2. We decided to go/going ice skating.

  3. You’d better not go/going snow biking until you learn how to ski.

  4. I enjoy to try/trying new and exciting sports.

  5. Tony didn’t expect to like/liking the new video game.

  6. We would love seeing/to see you next weekend.

  7. It’s worth paying/to pay a little more money to get a good seat.

  8. Jane can snowboard/to snowboard quite well.

  9. I would rather go/going horse riding than kitesurfing.

  10. We’d better stay/staying in tonight.

  11. I’d rather not study/studying on a Saturday evening.

  12. I promise trying/to try my best.

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct

infinitive or -ing form.

  1. A: Is it easy (learn) gymnastics?

B: It’s not too difficult.

  1. A: I’m tired of (play) computer games!

B: Let’s go out, then!

  1. A: Let me (help) you carry the equipment.

B: That’s very kind of you. Thanks.

  1. A: Sue suggested (go) skiing on Sunday. Do you want to come?

B: I’d love to.

  1. A: You had better (not/play) tennis until your arm is better.

B: You’re right. I’ll wait.

  1. A: I am looking forward to (watch) the Olympics on TV.

B: So am I.

  1. A: The shop assistant refuses (give) me a refund.

B: You should talk to the manager, then.

  1. A: Do you fancy (go) to the cinema with us?

B: Thanks, but I’d rather (stay) at home tonight.

3. Complete the exchanges with the verbs below in the correct tense/form.

arrest • appear • confess • chase • pay • get

let • find • make • sentence • convict • break

  1. A: Have you ever the law?

B: Well, I once had to …………….. a fine for speeding!

  1. A: Did the man ………….to the burglary?

B: Yes, the police have him and he’s in court on Thursday.

  1. A: So the thieves didn’t away with the robbery then?

B: No, they didn’t. The security guards after them, so they didn’t manage to ………. off with the money.

  1. A: Did the judge ………. the man guilty of dangerous driving?

B: Yes, but he ………… him off with just a heavy fine.

  1. A: Is it true that your neighbour has just been ……………. of fraud?

  2. B: Yes, he has been to ten years in prison.

4. Choose the correct words.

  1. Adam has got to go to court for a driving offence/crime.

  2. The burglars were arrested and taken/driven to court.

  3. It’s unlawful/illegal to trespass on private property.

  4. The judge announced/found him guilty of murder.

  5. The murderer received a life sentence/ imprisonment.

  6. There were no witnesses/suspects to the accident.

5. Fill in the gaps with the correct preposition.

  1. Speeding is the law and if caught, you will get a fine.

  2. The boy was charged ………… shoplifting.

  3. She tricked her little brother …………. giving her his chocolate.

  4. Maggie is responsible ………….. looking after three small children.

  5. The main requirements ……………. the job are honesty and punctuality.

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