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Tambov 2010

  1. Lesson 7. Tambov.
  2. Task 22. Answer the question. What new information have you learnt about the history of Tambov.

рецензенти:

доктор філологічних наук, професор І. М. Попова

доктор педагогічних наук, доцент М. В. Воропаєв

Ільїна І. Е., Копельнік В. І., Лябина О. Г. Improve Your English Grammar: Навчальний посібник. - Тамбов 2010. - 138 с.

Навчальний посібник дозволяє визначити рівень знань студентів з англійської мови, а також може бути використано для проміжного тестування учнів у міру вивчення ними розділів англійської граматики: іменник, артикль, прикметник, прислівник, займенник, дієслово дійсного і пасивного застав, модальнідієслова і неособисті форми дієслова (інфінітив, причастя і герундій). Навчальний посібник складається з тестів, які передбачають вибір з кількох варіантів відповідей є лише один.

Даний навчальний посібник призначений для студентів і аспірантів немовних вузів, а також осіб, що вивчають англійську мову.


СУЩЕСТВИТЕЛЬНОЕ (THE NOUN)

Множини іменників
 (THE NUMBER)

1 Toe

a) toes; b) tos; c) toe; d) toez

2 City

a) citys; b) cities; c) cityes; d) cityz

3 Hero

a) heros; b) heroz; c) herois; d) heroes

4 Piano

a) pianos; b) pianoes; c) piano; d) pianoz

5 Calf

a) calves; b) calfs; c) calvs; d) calfes

6 Cliff

a) cliffes; b) cliffs; c) clifves; d) clivves

7 Proof

a) proofs; b) proofes; c) prooves; d) proovs

8 Chief

a) chiefes; b) chiefs; c) chieves; d) chievs

9 Stitch

a) stitches; b) stitchs; c) stitch; d) stitchez

10 Bath

a) baths; b) bathes; c) bathez; d) bathz

11 Belief

a) beliefs; b) believes; c) beliefes; d) believs

12 Berry

a) berrys; b) berryes; c) berries; d) berryz

13 Roof

a) roofs; b) rooves; c) roovs; d) roofes

14 Valley

a) valleys; b) valleyz; c) valley; d) valleies

15 Foot

a) foots; b) foot; c) feet; d) feets

16 Boot

a) boots; b) boot; c) beet; d) beets

17 Ox

a) oxs; b) oxen; c) oxens; d) oxes

18 Sheep

a) sheeps; b) sheepes; c) sheep; d) sheepez

19 Man

a) mans; b) manes; c) men; d) mens

20 Fox

a) foxen; b) foxs; c) foxes; d) foxens

21 German

a) Germans; b) Germen; c) Germens; d) German

22 Woman

a) womans; b) womens; c) women; d) woman

23 Mouth

a) mouths; b) mouthes; c) mouth; d) mouthez

24 Mouse

a) mouses; b) mice; c) mices; d) mouse

25 Deer

a) deer; b) deers; c) doors; d) deeres

26 Child

a) childs; b) childes; c) children; d) childrens

27 Ship

a) ships; b) shipes; c) ship; d) shipez

28 Goose

a) gooses; b) geese; c) geeses; d) goose

29 Noose

a) nooses; b) neese; c) neeses; d) noose

30 Cheese

a) cheeses; b) chooses; c) choosen; d) cheesen

31 Crisis

a) crises; b) crisises; c) crisisez; d) crisis

32 Phenomenon

a) phenomenons; b) phenomena; c) phenomenones; d) phenomenonen

33 Datum

a) datumes; b) datums; c) datas; d) data

34 Analysis

a) analyses; b) analysises; c) analysis; d) analysisen

35 Room-mate

a) rooms-mates; b) rooms-mate; c) room-mates; d) roomes-mates

36 Man-of-war

a) men-of-wars; b) mens-ofs-wars; c) mans-of-wars; d) men-of-war

37 Passer-by

a) passers-by; b) passer-bys; c) passer-bies; d) passers-bys

38 Sister-in-law

a) sister-in-laws; b) sisters-in-law; c) sisters-ins-laws; d) sister-ins-law

39 Man driver

a) mans drivers; b) man drivers; c) men drivers; d) mens drivers

40 Brethren

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

41 Means

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

42 Scissors

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

43 School-inspector

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

44 Frenchman

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

45 Roman

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

46 Automata

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

47 Trout

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

48 Photo

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

49 Axes

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

50 Physics

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

51 Mechanics

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

52 Cloth

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

53 Commander-in-chief

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

54 Works

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

55 Forget-me-not

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

56 Swine

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

57 Sleeves

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

58 Grief

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

59 Mice

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

60 Species

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

61 Governor-general

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

62 Contents

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

63 Sledges

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

64 Business

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

65 Knowledge

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

66 Clothes

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

67 Bases

a) однина; b) множина; c) од. і мн.ч.

68 Kindness ... a good quality.

a) is; b) are

69 What time ... the news on television?

a) is; b) are

70 All my family ... fond of theatre.

a) is; b) are

71 Mathematics ... my favourite subject.

a) is; b) are

72 The piece of information that received yesterday ... very important.

a) was; b) were

73 A pair of jeans ... in the washing machine.

a) is; b) are

74 His trousers ... not ironed.

a) was; b) were

75 His clothes ... always of the best quality.

a) was; b) were

76 Her scissors ... not sharp.

a) is; b) are

77 There ... some money in my pocket.

a) is; b) are

78 Mumps ... a dangerous disease.

a) is; b) are

79 His advice ... always good.

a) is; b) are

80 Phonetics ... a branch of linguistics.

a) is; b) are

81 The money ... hers.

a) is; b) are

82 His hair ... dark.

a) is; b) are

83 Our winter vacation ... two weeks.

a) last; b) lasts

84 Your glasses ... on the desk last night.

a) was; b) were

85 Their goods ... on display.

a) is; b) are

86 The contents of the letter ... not been changed.

a) has; b) have

87 The arms in the ammunition depot ... old.

a) was; b) were

88 The crowd at the basketball game ... wild with excitement.

a) was; b) were

89 Spanish onions ... sweet.

a) is; b) are

90 There ... many people in the conference hall.

a) was; b) were

91 The jury ... trying to reach a decision.

a) is; b) are

92 The police ... to interview two men about the robbery last week.

a) want; b) wants

93 I can not find my binoculars. Do you know where ...?

a) it is; b) they are

94 ... the police know how the accident happened?

a) does; b) do

95 Fortunately the news ... as bad as we expected.

a) was not; b) were not

96 The staff at the school ... not happy with their new working conditions.

a) is; b) are

97 A number of people ... complained of the noise.

a) has; b) have

98 Do you think three pounds ... a big enough tip?

a) is; b) are

99 Hamburger and chips ... not a very healthy lunch.

a) is; b) are

100 Two kilos ... pretty small for a newborn baby.

a) is; b) are

101 Our teenage son thinks there ... a number of good reasons for staying up late and having a good time.

a) is; b) are

102 More than one house in our street ... been redecorated recently.

a) has; b) have

103 A couple of dangerous-looking men ... waiting for you outside.

a) is; b) are

104 Six weeks ... a long time to wait for the news from him.

a) is; b) are

105 The majority of the children's parents ... unemployed.

a) is; b) are

106 A lot of shops ... opened on Sundays.

a) is; b) are

107 The Philippines ... signed the new human rights agreement.

a) has; b) have

108 The police think that more than one person ... in the stolen car.

a) was; b) were

109 Tom and Rosie ... late, but the rest of us ... on time.

a) was; b) were

110 ... bacon and eggs what you usually have for breakfast?

a) is; b) are

111 We've just learnt that a couple of our club members ... been chosen for the national team.

a) has; b) have

112 I do not like very hot weather. Thirty degrees ... too hot for me.

a) is; b) are

113 I need more money than that. Ten pounds ... not enough.

a) is; b) are

114 Three years ... a long time to be without a job.

a) is; b) are

115 The majority ....

a) disagrees; b) disagree

116 We were at the head of the valley and below us we saw an old house. «This is where my family ...,» he said.

a) lives; b) live

117 Con's family ... in the process of having tea when we arrived.

a) was; b) were

118 All the family ... gathered to see the dog.

a) was; b) were

119 My family who ... occupied each with their particular guest did not notice anything.

a) was; b) were

120 When the family ... alone she often read to them before going to bed.

a) was; b) were

121 Do you know what the family ... into their heads about this business?

a) has got; b) have got

122 The police ... about him for years.

a) has known; b) have known

123 Everybody says the Swiss police ... great at finding people.

a) is; b) are

124 The police ... not fools. That man did not believe a word of what I said.

a) is; b) are

125 The police ... and a sergeant and a constable arrived.

a) was called; b) were called

126 The public ... so.

a) does not think; b) do not think

127 The public ... not to leave litter in these woods.

a) is requested; b) are requested

128 As Alan appeared, the crew had quit their loading and ... assembled along the rail.

a) was; b) were

129 There ... two fish in his basket.

a) was; b) were

130 «Surely I have caught all the fish that ...,» he said to himself and laughed.

a) swims; b) swim

131 When he came the baseball team ... on the school field.

a) was practising; b) were practising

132 The team ... baths at the moment and then ... back here for tea.

a) is having, is coming; b) are having, are coming

133 The team ... tomorrow morning.

a) is playing; b) are playing

134 The summons ... already overdue.

a) was; b) were

135 My trousers ... now.

a) is being cleaned; b) are being cleaned

136 Do you know what the news ...?

a) is; b) are

137 The ashes ... still hot.

a) is; b) are

138 The job is unpaid, but a number of persons ... willing to undertake it.

a) is; b) are

139 There ... important information in the letter.

a) is; b) are

140 The clergy ... generally dressed in black.

a) is; b) are

141 The Government ... the matter for a long time but they have shown no signs of reaching agreement.

a) has discussed; b) have discussed

142 The Government ... to pass the bill.

a) has decided; b) have decided

143 He was reserved concerning himself but a fluent talker when politics ... under discussion.

a) was; b) were

144 Politics ... always ... me.

a) has interested; b) have interested

145 Ethics ... a difficult study.

a) is; b) are

146 The company ... shelter from the rain in the village inn. They are going to have lunch there.

a) has found; b) have found

147 In the meantime the young couple ... to live in the old house.

a) was; b) were

148 That day people ... to meet at her friend's house.

a) was; b) were

149 I had to find out whether the committee ... competent enough to consider the project.

a) was; b) were

150 The committee ... of the opinion that the matter should be dealt with at once.

a) was; b) were

151 Close by, a group of men .... They kept the waiter busy with their orders.

a) was sitting; b) were sitting

152 A group of students ... on a tour to London in summer.

a) is going; b) are going

153 The board ... extraordinarily kind to you.

a) is; b) are

154 The board ... going to consider your application at the next sitting.

a) is; b) are

155 There ... a few little craft anchored in the harbour.

a) was; b) were

156 The staff ... all gathered in the main office when I came.

a) was; b) were

157 His staff ... very small. I do not know how he managed to do any business at all.

a) was; b) were

158 You've bought a nice car. Your money ... well spent.

a) is; b) are

159 His advice ... always ... useful to me.

a) has been; b) have been

160 Out on the airfield tonight, all aircraft ... to long delays.

a) is being subjected; b) are being subjected

161 Official news ... brief.

a) is; b) are

162 Have some bread and butter. The bread and butter ... on the counter.

a) is; b) are

163 A box as well as a book ....

a) is stolen; b) are stolen

164 The wedding party ... to abandon their cars and literally to fight their way into the Old Town Hall on foot.

a) is forced; b) are forced

165 The cattle ..., probably driven off.

a) is all gone; b) are all gone

166 It utterly spoils an excursion if you have folk in the boat who ... all the time a good deal more of their dress than of the trip.

a) is thinking; b) are thinking

167 His yacht struck a reef and sank somewhere off the North of Scotland; and he managed to swim to an uninhabited island. All the rest of the passengers ....

a) was drowned; b) were drowned

168 Nobody ... to get against me.

a) is going; b) are going

169 The Himalayas ... the eastern end of a great series of folded mountains.

a) is; b) are

170 The only works in our town ... to be closed.

a) is; b) are

171 It is I who ... this house.

a) is buying; b) are buying

172 The ten years he had lived in the North ... him greatly.

a) has changed; b) have changed

173 The Merry Wives of Windsor ... one of the best comedies in English literature.

a) is; b) are

174 I do not care what your family .... It's all their doing. I am going to live a new life.

a) says; b) say

175 Forty guineas for a room each week ... not an uncommon figure at that time.

a) was; b) were

176 My brother as well as I ... ready to accompany you to the station.

a) is; b) are

177 Three metres ... not enough for this dress.

a) is; b) are

178 It ... his stories that amused me so much.

a) was; b) were

179 Who ... these people?

a) is; b) are

180 I've never seen anything quite like that meeting; a great number of men, women, and children in the city ... there.

a) was; b) were

181 Harry and I ... pals all our lives.

a) is; b) are

182 The majority of the people ... their minds made up.

a) has; b) have

183 Mathematics ... the basis of many science.

a) forms; b) form

184 Her hair ... fair.

a) is; b) are

185 The money ... to John.

a) belong; b) belongs

186 Where ... my glasses?

a) is; b) are

187 The contents of the book ... at the end.

a) is; b) are

188 Spaghetti ... delicious and nutritious.

a) are; b) is

189 The trousers you bought for me ... fit me.

a) does not; b) do not

190 Fortunately the news ... as bad as we had expected.

a) was not; b) were not

191 The police ... to interview Mr. Black about the robbery.

a) want; b) wants

192 Can I borrow your scissors? Mine ... sharp enough.

a) is not; b) are not


Відмінки іменників (POSSESSIVE CASE)

1 The order of the commander-in-chief

a) the commander's-in-chief order; b) the commander-in-chiefs 'order; c) the commander-in-chief's order; d) the commander-in-chief's order's

2 The house of Mr. Rochester

a) Mr.'s Rochester house; b) Mr. Rochester's house; c) Mr. Rochester house's; d) Mr. Rochester houses '

3 The novels of Dickens

a) Dickens's novels; b) Dickens 'novels; c) Dickens novels 'd) Dickens's novels'

4 The ball of the boys

a) the boy's ball; b) the boys's ball; c) the boys 'ball; d) the boys 'ball's

5 The life of a bachelor

a) the bachelors 'life b) the bachelors' life's; c) the bachelor's life's; d) the bachelor's life

6 A dress of a lady

a) the lady's dress; b) the ladys 'dress; c) the lady's dress's; d) the lady dresses '

7 A distance of two miles

a) two mile's distance; b) two miles 'distance; c) two mile's distance's; d) two mile's distances

8 The crew of the ship

a) the ships 'crew; b) the ships 'crew's; c) the ship's crew; d) the ship's crew's

9 The theatres of Moscow

a) Moscows 'theatres; b) Moscow's theatres '; c) Moscow's theatres; d) Moscows 'theatres'

10 The mother of Mary and Ann

a) Mary's and Ann's mother; b) Mary and Ann's mother; c) Mary's and Ann mother; d) Mary's and Ann's mother's

11 The fathers of Peter and John

a) Peter's and John's fathers; b) Peter's and John fathers; c) Peter and John's fathers; d) Peter's and John's fathers '

12 The children of my sister Irene

a) my sister's Irene children; b) my sister Irene's children; c) my sisters 'Irene children; d) my sister's Irene's children

13 The times of Peter the Great

a) Peter's the Great times; b) Peter's the Great's times; c) Peter the Great's times; d) Peters 'the Great times

14 This is a new edition of Esenin ... poems ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

15 That man was Vera ... and Nelly ... old teacher ... of music.

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

16 Those were Nick ... and Kate ... parent ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

17 We spent a week ... holiday at the Barton ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

18 We spent two week ... holiday with the Barton ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

19 The book is neither John ... nor Mary ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

20 It was neither John ... nor Mary ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

21 I have not heard anything of John ... lately.

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

22 I have not touched a single book of John ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

23 Father took some money from his pocket and put it into my younger brother ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

24 His eyes narrowed like a cat ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

25 He moved around softly like a cat ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

26 Vakhtangov ... life was short but bright.

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

27 The Bolshoi ... theatre is one of the leading Moscow ... theatre ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

28 The Queen ... of Belgium ... visit to Moscow was timed to the Tchaikovsky ... World Competition of Violinists and Pianists.

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

29 Tchaikovsky ... house in Klin is now a museum.

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

30 The wall ... in the hunting club were decorated with mountain goat ... and wild deer ... horn ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

31 A great many scientist ... took part in the First International Geophysical Year.

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -

32 Many a time did he rewrite some of his novel ... chapter ... before submitting it to the reader ... judgment ....

a) -s; b) 's; c) s '; d) -


АРТИКЛЬ (THE ARTICLE)

1 Can you play ... violin?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

2 Translate these sentences into ... English.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

3 Have you been to ... United States of America?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

4 Where are ... Alps situated?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

5 Are you fond of travelling by ... air?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

6 ... Atlantic Ocean washes the coasts of many countries.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

7 She is ... tallest girl in the group.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

8 My day off is ... Sunday.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

9 What is ... English for «дівчинка»?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

10 ... sun was getting warmer.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

11 ... door is locked.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

12 Have you got ... telephone?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

13 ... telephone is out of order.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

14 It is dark on ... landing.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

15 Do you like ... dogs?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

16 Do not tease ... dog.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

17 Never try to stroke ... dog if you do not know it.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

18 ... fountain-pen will not write.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

19 Have you got ... fountain-pens on sale?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

20 Where can I have ... coat made to order?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

21 Where did you have ... coat made?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

22 In this store they always have a wide choice in ... coats and ... suits.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

23 ... suits are ready-made.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

24 Where is ... key?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

25 How many flats are there in ... house?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

26 How much are ... dinner-sets? How many articles are there in ... set?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

27 I'd like to have ... hamburger for ... breakfast.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

28 Pushkin is ... outstanding Russian poet.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

29 Can you play ... piano?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

30 Will you play ... chess with me?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

31 At ... night I had ... terrible headache after I had drunk ... lot of coffee in ... evening.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

32 There is ... bend in the road.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

33 Thomas Banks is ... last person I want to see.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

34 My favourite subject at school was ... History.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

35 He knows ... history of the French Revolution well.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

36 Tom's going to take ... his fishing-rod.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

37 Could you phone later, please? Jane's having ... shower.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

38 The rent is 50 dollars ... week.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

39 We often go to ... theatre and to ... cinema.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

40 Yesterday Dad came home at 8 o'clock, we had ... dinner and then watched ... TV. We went to ... bed at 11 p.m.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

41 What ... pity they have not come!

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

42 I can not find ... letter which I received this morning.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

43 - By ... way, have you heard anything from Tim lately? ... Last year he entered ... Oxford University.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

44 ... President is going to open ... new hospital in ... capital ... next month.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

45 Are you going to ... country on ... Saturday?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

46 They usually go ... shopping on ... Mondays, but ... last Monday they did not do ... shopping.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

47 Dad came to ... school to see my teacher.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

48 «Do this exercise at ... school and that one at ... home», said our teacher in ... loud voice.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

49 Could you tell me ... time, please? - It's ... quarter past four.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

50 We are busy today, but we have ... little time to spare tomorrow.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

51 The sweater was cheap. It cost only ... few pound.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

52 To tell ... truth, I did not expect to see him.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

53 It's ... high time you stopped being so lazy.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

54 ... earth goes round ... sun.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

55 ... life is hard in that climate.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

56 What ... lovely song!

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

57 It took me one and ... half hours to get there.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

58 ... half ... dozen eggs, please.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

59 I went to ... France last year, but I have not been to ... Netherlands yet.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

60 I live in ... Sovetskaya Street.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

61 ... Thames flows through ... London.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

62 ... United Kingdom includes ... Great Britain and ... Northern Ireland.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

63 My train leaves from ... Waterloo Station at 7.10 p.m.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

64 St. Bernard dogs are named after a monastery high up in ... Alps.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

65 ... Queen Elizabeth II will not speak on ... TV tomorrow.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

66 ... USA is ... fourth largest country in ... world after ... Russia, ... Canada and ... Republic of ... China.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

67 ... English Channel is between ... Great Britain and ... France.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

68 ... Trafalgar Square is the geographical centre of ... London.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

69 ... student Tom spent two years in ... Africa.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

70 ... Houses of Parliament has over 1,000 rooms, and 2 miles of corridors.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

71 Would you like to go to ... Kremlin?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

72 ... Everest is the highest mountain in ... world.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

73 ... West End is ... symbol of ... wealthy and luxurious life.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

74 Where's ... John's raincoat?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

75 ... Pacific is ... largest ocean on ... our planet.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

76 Have you ever been to ... Bolshoi Theatre?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

77 Does ... Mark speak ... Spanish?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

78 Show me ... Canary Islands on this map, please.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

79 How much does it cost to stay at ... Grand Hotel?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

80 Although the north of ... Scotland is called ... Highlands. ... Mountains are not high there - ... Ben Nevis (1343 m) is ... highest peak.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

81 I've made up my mind to go to ... Black Sea ... next summer.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

82 Two of my classmates entered ... Moscow State University last year.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

83 ... Lake Baikal is ... deepest one in ... world.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

84 ... Urals are old and not very high.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

85 ... Volga is ... longest river in ... Europe; it flows from ... Valdai Hills to ... Caspian Sea.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

86 ... Riviera in ... Caucasus is ... most popular place in summer.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

88 ... Elbrus is ... highest peak in ... Europe.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

89 ... Hague, ... city in ... Western Netherlands near ... North Sea, is ... seat of ... Dutch government.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

90 ... Strand opens into ... Trafalgar Square, with its fountains, ... Nelson's Column, ... Admiralty Arch and ... National Gallery.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

91 Government offices line ... Whitehall, and on the right is ... famous Downing Street.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

92 ... Sahara is ... great desert in ... North Africa, extending from ... Atlantic Ocean to ... Nile.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

93 ... Philippines is ... archipelago which consists of thousands of islands.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

94 ... West Indies is ... chain of islands between ... North and ... South America.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

95 ... turquoise surface of ... Mediterranean is never so blue as that of ... Adriatic.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

96 The travellers stared hard at ... distant and blue masses of ... Pyrenees.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

97 ... Lake Ontario is one of ... five Great Lake in ... North America.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

98 On ... Wednesday ... Moscow Times published an article about Marcus Webb.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

99 Every morning during breakfast bagpipes are played outside ... Queen's dining-room in ... Buckingham Palace.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

100 ... Statue of Liberty was ... gift of friendship from ... France to ... United States.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

101 ... judge asked ... witness to tell ... truth.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

102 ... big books on ... table are for my history class.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

103 There are only ... few seats left for ... tonight's musical at ... theatre.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

104 ... Queen Elizabeth II is ... monarch of ... UK.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

105 What did you eat for ... lunch yesterday?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

106 I'm having ... few friends in for ... coffee tomorrow evening.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

107 She lives on ... top floor of ... old house.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

108 Michael attended ... London University.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

109 There is ... good Italian restaurant nearby.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

110 Smiths bought ... new house.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

111 My daughter is at ... doctor's.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

112 Rome is ... old city.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

113 Have you ever visited ... Hermitage?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

114 There is always ... hope.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

115 Odeon is ... largest cinema in the city.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

116 ... price of ... gold is going up.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

117 I am going to ... Paris tonight.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

118 How much are ... dinner sets nowadays?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

119 ... chorus of young voices repeating ... lesson came from ... class-room.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

120 ... echo of her footsteps died away.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

121 Across the yard walked ... young men in ... black robes and ... four-cornered hats.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

122 The yacht, ... large and luxurious craft, lay at anchor in ... bay.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

123 ... man, who had preceded her to ... entrance, opened ... door.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

124 He was evidently ... man who had never in his life had ... slightest doubt as to his abilities.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

125 Francis had made it a point in knowing ... right people who would write about her.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

126 When I begin to feel drowsy, I change ... heavy book I am reading for ... lighter one.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

127 She shook her head trifle - just ... trifle that was meant for «no».

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

128 The door was opened after some delay by ... very dirty child with ... nose that needed attention.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

129 ... book that reads well gets soon dog-eared.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

130 ... boy was casting frightened glances at ... dentist who was getting ready.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

131 The man poured himself another glass of wine with ... hand that shook with irritable anger.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

132 ... cover of ... book attracts ... attention of ... children at once.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

133 ... head of the expedition was ... man who had travelled a lot.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

134 Every morning he would come to ... top of ... hill to drink in the beauty of ... pastures of which he felt himself ... owner.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

135 He could not forget ... face of ... girl with ... fine profile of ... Greek statue.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

136 Mr. Drum was ... large man with ... head full of grey hair, rather unkempt.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

137 When the sprinter came to ... finish ... blood was pounding in his head and ears.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

138 ... earth shook with ... roar of ... guns.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

139 When ... race was over ... winner made ... traditional round of ... track, carrying ... wreath of victory.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

140 Tziolkovsky was ... son of ... forester.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

141 He was ... single child.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

142 He was ... only boy of ... five children.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

143 What's that place? - Mako's Kraal. They have ... school there. Young Mako is ... teacher.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

144 I think I can give you ... piece of ... good advice.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

145 I am satisfied with ... news I managed to get.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

146 ... Napoleon had landed in ... Cannes, and such ... fatal news had ruined Amelia's father.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

147 Where have you got such ... important information from?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

148 He tried to piece together ... information he got from different sources.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

149 How did you manage to stumble upon such ... fine piece of ... information while we were still in the dark?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

150 He received ... evasive answer to his request for ... work.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

151 He put away ... work, assuring me that he had nothing to do that could not wait till the next day.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

152 I intended to do ... little work before going to ... bed.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

153 Look at the necklace. What ... fine piece of ... work!

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

154 ... water is precious in this area and must be paid for.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

155 Do not drink from this pond, ... water is stale.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

156 ... coal of Newcastle is rich in carbon.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

157 ... coal gas is formed by burning ... coal; it is ... gas used for heating and illuminating.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

158 ... hot coal fell from ... fire and burned ... hole in the carpet.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

159 According to ... Greek myth Prometheus stole ... fire from Olympus to give it to ... men.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

160 They built ... fire to mark the place for ... plane to land.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

161 ... air was filled with ... odour of flowers.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

162 There was ... air of importance about him.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

163 ... tide was out and ... children were digging in ... wet sand.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

164 This is ... tea I am particularly fond of. I do not think there is ... better tea than this.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

165 ... tea is cultivated in ... south of ... our country.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

166 «Two teas and ... coffee, please, and some milk, too.»

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

167 «What will you have for breakfast?» «... Egg and ... cup of ... coffee.»

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

168 A sandwich consists of two slices of ... buttered bread with ... meat, ... fish, ... egg, ... cheese or something of the kind between them.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

169 I will not eat ... fish. It's not fresh.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

170 The shark is ... fish which is destructive to other fishes and dangerous to the man.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

171 Dishes, piled with ... fruit, stood at either end of the table.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

172 In ... week or two ... fruit in our garden will be ripe.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

173 The old man's head shook from side to side like ... ripe fruit in the wind ready to drop.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

174 Andrew was ... first to break ... silence.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

175 We usually have ... dinner at four.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

176 What shall we buy for ... supper?

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

177 They had ... breakfast of ... bread-and-butter and ... omelette.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

178 ... dinner has been served.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

179 After this splendid performance they sat down to ... supper.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

180 They had ... filling but not-too-nourishing breakfast.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

181 They decided on ... light supper.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

182 ... supper was fish and chips.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

183 At last ... dinner came to an end, but the three went on sitting for a while over their coffee.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

184 I made his acquaintance at ... official dinner.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

185 The consul gave ... luncheon in honour of our delegation.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

186 He invited me to ... restaurant and treated me to ... expensive supper.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

187 ... room 215 is on ... fifth floor.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

188 ... car stopped at ... corner of ... Fifth Avenue and ... 112th Street.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

189 I was very thirsty and took ... second cup of tea, then ... third and only after ... fourth I felt that I had enough.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

190 We have made ... first step, but it should be regarded only as ... first step, as the beginning.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

191 We had better get on ... 24. ... route No. 9 will take us much more time.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

192 «Conductor, where do I get off to change to ... bus 5?»

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

193 They went by ... seven o'clock train.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

194 I want two tickets for ... two-fifteen.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

195 The train for Odessa leaves from ... platform 1, ... track 3.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

196 Many famous people were frequent visitors at Abramtsevo, among them ... writer Gogol, ... poet Shevchenko and ... actor Shchepkin.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

197 Once upon ... time there lived ... doctor Aibolit who was ... great friend of all animals.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

198 ... captain Barlow was what was called an «old sea dog».

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

199 «Who operated on your son?» «... Certain surgeon Kryukov.»

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

200 ... brother Peter was the preacher of the community of Stilleveld.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

201 They met in Moscow, ... Russian Oleg, ... Indian Rudj and ... Italian Antonio. And Moscow made them friends.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

202 Clyde thought that he, ... nephew of the wealthy Griffiths, should be admitted into high society.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

203 ... Curie, husband and wife, were jointly awarded ... Noble Prize for physics in 1903.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

204 Sir Christopher Wren, ... great British architect, is ... creator of St. Paul's Cathedral and many other wonderful buildings in London.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

205 Democritus, ... Greek philosopher, was known to his contemporaries as ... laughing philosopher.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

206 I still keep wondering if I'm doing ... right thing.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

207 You are ... only person whose opinion is of any value to me in ... present regrettable circumstances.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

208 He told her he hated ... doctors.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

209 ... second bell sounded, and Mr. March began to walk into ... theatre.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

210 They never read anything but ... local paper, and ... local papers report ... London affairs in one line.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

211 It was ... only birthday he had celebrated since he was ... child.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

212 He was ... most interesting man.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

213 ... young man listened to ... conversation with ... amused smile.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

214 She lives in ... doll's house at the back of the garden.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

215 They were promised ... four days 'rest.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

216 She is out visiting ... neighbour's daughter.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -

217 Thirty years before she taught at ... smart girls 'school.

a) the; b) a; c) an; d) -


Прикметник (THE ADJECTIVE)

Прислівники (THE ADVERB)

1 We had some ... soup for lunch.

a) hot delicious; b) delicious hot

2 She put her copybook in a ... bag.

a) brown small plastic; b) small brown plastic; c) small plastic brown; d) plastic small brown

3 She had ... eyes and friendly smile.

a) blue big warm; b) big warm blue; c) warm blue big; d) warm big blue

4 What a ... man he is!

a) pleasant young; b) young pleasant

5 He was a very good-looking man with ... hair.

a) dark long lovely; b) long dark lovely; c) lovely long dark; d) lovely dark long

6 Jane has just bought a ... dress.

a) pretty purple silk; b) silk pretty purple; c) silk purple pretty; d) purple pretty silk

7 He was looking for a ... flat.

a) cheap one-roomed modern; b) modern cheap one-roomed; c) one-roomed modern cheap

8 He has bought a ... sports car.

a) Japanese red new; b) red new Japanese; c) new red Japanese; d) new Japanese red

9 The only thing stolen was a (an) ... watch.

a) Swiss antique gold; b) antique gold Swiss; c) antique Swiss gold; d) gold Swiss antique

10 It's a ... day. Let's go to the beach.

a) sunny lovely bright; b) lovely sunny bright; c) lovely bright sunny; d) sunny bright lovely

11 dress

a) silk; b) white; c) long; d) expensive

12 wall

a) brick; b) red; c) high; d) wide

13 shoes

a) smart; b) those; c) brown; d) snake-skin

14 house

a) old; b) brick; c) ugly; d) urban

15 motorbike

a) Japanese; b) green; c) fantastic; d) expensive

16 spoon

a) plastic; b) nice; c) little; d) blue

17 coin

a) gold; b) round; c) tiny; d) Russian

18 armchair

a) new; b) wooden; c) black; d) huge

19 song

a) sentimental; b) Irish; c) old; d) beautiful

20 hair

a) fair; b) wavy; c) long; d) lovely

21 I met my ... friend yesterday.

a) goodest; b) better; c) best

22 Dorothy is ... in her family.

a) the youngest; b) the younger; c) young

23 Henry is not ... his elder brother Bob.

a) so strong as; b) strong as; c) stronger

24 It is not very warm today, is it? - No, it was ... yesterday.

a) more warm; b) warmer; c) the warmest

25 Your friend looked upset yesterday. I'm glad he looks ... today

a) more happy; b) happier; c) happy as

26 Where is ... post-office, please?

a) the nearest; b) the next; c) nearer

27 That's ... film I've ever seen.

a) a good; b) the goodest; c) the best

28 Public transport in London is ... in Europe.

a) the expensivest; b) the most expensive; c) more expensive

29 Do you think Americans are ... English people?

a) nicer than; b) the nicest; c) nice than

30 The 22nd of December is ... day in the year.

a) the short; b) the shorter; c) the shortest

31 This is ... theatre in London.

a) an older; b) the oldest; c) the eldest

32 Pluto is ... of all the planets.

a) the coldest; b) coldest; c) colder

33 My ... sister does not live with us.

a) older; b) elder

34 This house is ... of all the houses in the street.

a) as old as; b) older; c) the oldest

35 Go to the library if you need ... information.

a) farther; b) further; c) farer

36 Life is ... it used to be.

a) so easy as; b) more easy than; c) easier than

37 I'm getting ... and ....

a) the fattest and the fattest; b) fatter and fatter; c) fat and fat

38 The problem was ... we expected.

a) seriouser than; b) more serious than

39 Moscow is ... city in Russia.

a) the largest; b) largest; c) larger

40 Let's go by train. It's much ....

a) cheap; b) cheaper; c) the cheapest

41 Is Alan ... than Jim?

a) taller; b) tall; c) as tall as

42 I earn ... money than he does.

a) littler; b) more little; c) less

43 He has ... time than me.

a) bigger; b) much; c) more

44 Your cottage is not ... I thought.

a) farther; b) so far as; c) as farther as

45 ... I get, ... I am.

a) The oldest, the happiest; b) Older, happier; c) The older, the happier

46 The grass is always ... on the other side.

a) greener; b) green

47 Dad often says that Mom is his ... half.

a) good; b) better; c) the better

48 The three musicians play on ... stage.

a) a new; b) a newer; c) the newest

49 She speaks in ... voice than the last time.

a) a loud; b) a louder; c) the loudest

50 They leave ... way they can.

a) a quick; b) a quicker; c) the quickest

51 A whale is ... than a dolphin.

a) long; b) longer; c) the longest

52 Is it ... to go there by car or by train?

a) cheap; b) cheaper; c) the cheapest

53 Do you know that the Dead Sea is ... sea?

a) the salty; b) a saltier; c) the saltiest

54 This is ... problem she has ever had.

a) a great; b) a greater; c) the greatest

55 My case is not .... Yours is ....

a) heavy; b) heavier; c) the most heavy

56 The weather was not very ... yesterday, but it's ... today.

a) good; b) better; c) the best

57 Of the two skirts, that one is the ....

a) smart; b) smarter; c) smartest

58 These trousers are too small. I need ... size.

a) a large; b) a larger; c) the largest

59 I'm not so ... as you.

a) strong; b) stronger; c) the strongest

60 China has got ... population in the world.

a) a large; b) a larger; c) the largest

61 Of the three girls, this one is the ....

a) pretty; b) prettier; c) prettiest

62 Which is ...: five, fifteen or fifty?

a) little; b) less; c) the least

63 Susan is ... person in the whole band.

a) a wonderful; b) a more wonderful; c) the most wonderful

64 He is also ... person than Paul.

a) a polite; b) a more polite; c) the most polite

65 She has ... job of all.

a) a difficult; b) a more difficult; c) the most difficult

66 I think dogs are ... than cats.

a) intelligent; b) more intelligent; c) the most intelligent

67 Do not talk about them. Let's talk about something ....

a) an interesting; b) more interesting; c) the most interesting

68 Money is ..., but is not ... thing in life.

a) important; b) more important; c) the most important

69 Which instrument makes ... music in the world?

a) a beautiful; b) more beautiful; c) the most beautiful

70 This room is not so ... as that one on the first floor.

a) comfortable; b) more comfortable; c) the most comfortable

71 Happiness is ... than money.

a) important; b) more important; c) the most important

72 This coat is ... of all.

a) an expensive; b) a less expensive; c) the least expensive

73 That painting is ... than the one in your living.

a) impressive; b) less impressive; c) the least impressive

74 Betty is ... than Jane, but Kate is ... of all.

a) a hard-working; b) less hard-working; c) the least hard-working

75 At first I could not say which stories in the collection were ...; they were all ..., but now I see that the last is ....

a) funny; b) the funniest; c) funniest; d) funnier

76 That was his ... step.

a) clever; b) the cleverest; c) cleverest; d) cleverer

77 The opera theatre is one of ... buildings in the city.

a) more beautiful; b) the most beautiful; c) most beautiful; d) beautifulest

78 My brother is much ... than me.

a) younger; b) young; c) the youngest; d) more young

79 The first edition of the dictionary is good, the new one is still ....

a) the best; b) better; c) more good; d) the most good

80 The 5th Symphony by Tchaikovsky is ... piece of music.

a) more beautiful; b) the most beautiful; c) most beautiful; d) beautifulest

81 It is my opinion that «The Swan Lake» is by far ... ballet we have. So far, we've ever had

a) the best; b) better; c) more good; d) the most good

82 I have been with good people, far ... than you.

a) the best; b) better; c) more good; d) the most good

83 Sure, it's difficult to go about in ... way possible.

a) wrong; b) wronger; c) the most wrong; d) the wrongest

84 The ... we go into the thing, the ... complex the matter becomes.

a) more; b) most; c) much; d) many

85 The ... the night, the ... the day.

a) longest, shortest; b) long, short; c) longer, shorter; d) most long, most short

86 Michael's remorse was all the ... because of the irony of his mistake.

a) painful; b) more painful; c) most painful; d) painfuler

87 I wonder what his ... move is going to be.

a) near; b) nearest; c) nearer; d) next

88 The ... future will see this part of the desert turned into a flourishing oasis.

a) near; b) nearest; c) nearer; d) next

89 I have no one ... than you.

a) near; b) nearest; c) nearer; d) next

90 And they got down to business without ... delay.

a) farther; b) further; c) farthest; d) furthest

91 In the ... end of the exhibition hall we saw a group of young people engaged in a hot discussion.

a) farther; b) further; c) farthest; d) furthest

92 Take this road. It is no ... and much more pleasant.

a) farther; b) further; c) farthest; d) furthest

93 The ... brother was twenty years ... than the youngest.

a) older; b) elder; c) oldest; d) eldest

94 I always admired my ... twin brother and looked up to him though he was only two hours my senior.

a) older; b) elder; c) oldest; d) eldest

95 Who are the ... members of the club?

a) older; b) elder; c) oldest; d) eldest

96 I've got a still ... edition of the book.

a) older; b) elder; c) oldest; d) eldest

97 Is there a ... train passing here?

a) later; b) latter; c) last; d) latest

98 It was the ... thing I had expected of him.

a) later; b) latter; c) last; d) latest

99 He was the ... lad you ever met.

a) most amusing; b) more amusing; c) amusinger; d) amusingest

100 He's a far ... person than my brother.

a) more intelligent; b) most intelligent; c) intelligenter; d) intelligentest

101 She was the ... of the family.

a) most practical; b) more practical; c) practicaler; d) practicalest

102 When they told me I was cured and could go, I can tell you I was ... than glad.

a) most afraid; b) more afraid; c) afraider; d) afraidest

103 I wanted to ask you both what you thought of my ... films if you saw them.

a) later; b) latter; c) last; d) latest

104 Today I'm no ... than yesterday.

a) most wise; b) more wise; c) wiser; d) wisest

105 This wine is the ... I have ever tasted.

a) best; b) better; c) more good; d) the most good

106 Jack is the ... of the three brothers.

a) clever; b) cleverest; c) most clever; d) cleverer

107 I do not think it matters in the ... which seat I choose.

a) least; b) less; c) more little; d) most little

108 He felt ... yesterday than the day before.

a) bader; b) badest; c) worse; d) worst

109 The ... house is three miles away.

a) near; b) nearest; c) nearer; d) next

110 Of the two evils let us choose the ....

a) least; b) less; c) more little; d) most little

111 He was the ... man to come.

a) later; b) latter; c) last; d) latest

112 The ... item on the program is a piano sonata.

a) near; b) nearest; c) nearer; d) next

113 He is the ... of the two.

a) tallest; b) taller; c) more tall; d) most tall

114 Uncle Nick was the ... son of the family.

a) older; b) elder; c) oldest; d) eldest

115 Martin was the ... of the two brothers.

a) more talented; b) most talented

116 Of the three shirts I like blue one ....

a) better; b) best

117 My dog ??is the ... of the two.

a) prettier; b) prettiest

118 This summary is the ... of the two presented.

a) better; b) best

119 There are nine planets in our solar system and Pluto is the ....

a) farther; b) farthest

120 Mary is the ... of the two girls.

a) tallest; b) taller

121 The boss likes my plan the ... of the two.

a) better; b) best

122 This is the ... of the four cases.

a) less difficult; b) least difficult

123 This knife is the ... of the two.

a) sharpest; b) sharper

124 Mother was the ... beautiful of seven daughters.

a) more; b) most

125 The ... you read the ... you enlarge your vocabulary.

a) more, sooner; b) most, soonest; c) less, more soon; d) least, most soon

126 Am I speaking loud enough or shall I speak ...?

a) loudest; b) louder; c) more louder; d) most louder

127 Yesterday he came home ... than usual.

a) later; b) last; c) latter; d) least

128 Becky Sharp said she had been treated ... than any servant in the kitchen.

a) badliest; b) badlier; c) worse; d) worst

129 Rebecca sang far ... than Amelia.

a) better; b) best; c) weller; d) wellest

130 We were far from our homes, but Mary suggested that we should go still ..., saying there were beautiful places in this neighbourhood.

a) farther; b) further; c) farthest; d) furthest

131 We envied John, for he lived ... of all; it took him the least time to get to the office.

a) near; b) nearest; c) nearer; d) next

132 I like this picture ... of all.

a) better; b) best; c) weller; d) wellest

133 Then Oskey approached the fence ..., and dropped his voice to the confidential.

a) closer; b) closest; c) more close; d) most close

134 ... eclipses help in observing the sun.

a) sunny; b) sun

135 ... weather is always welcome after rain.

a) sunny; b) sun

136 A wave of ... hair was streaming down her shoulders.

a) silver; b) silvery

137 On his twenty-third birthday he was made a present of a ... box.

a) silver; b) silvery

138 Alaska is rich in ... ore.

a) gold; b) golden; c) gilded

139 The beauty of the ... sunset!

a) gold; b) golden; c) gilded

140 This watch is really a ... one, although the chain is only.

a) gold; b) golden; c) gilded

141 The bit of ... candle he had could not light up the room.

a) wax; b) waxen

142 She could not conceal the sudden ... pallor of her face in the grey of the dawn.

a) wax; b) waxen

143 The ... rustling of the leaves and the cheerful twittering of birds blended into a new delicious melody of life.

a) silk; b) silken

144 ... thread of fine quality can be now produced synthetical.

a) silk; b) silken

145 Nothing could be seen in the bright ... distance.

a) snow; b) snowy

146 The discovery of the atomic energy will make it possible to convert the ... fields of the North into orchards.

a) snow; b) snowy

147 The professor insists that the ... weapon which was recently found belongs to the ... Age.

a) stone; b) stony

148 The ... road prevented us from moving faster.

a) stone; b) stony

149 Even the stern captain's ... face smiled at the boy.

a) stone; b) stony

150 Bob plays the guitar ....

a) good; b) well

151 That is an ... novel.

a) intense; b) intensely

152 Her ring is shining ....

a) bright; b) brightly

153 Lucy speaks English ....

a) fluent; b) fluently

154 The door was ... painted.

a) bad; b) badly

155 The bench has a ... surface.

a) smooth; b) smoothly

156 We must figure our income tax returns ....

a) accurate; b) accurately

157 I do not like drinking ... coffee.

a) bitter; b) bitterly

158 George will come ....

a) soon; b) soonly

159 He is a careless driver. He drives so ....

a) fast; b) fastly

160 His heart was ... moved.

a) deep; b) deeply

161 The tunnels of the Moscow Metro are dug ... below the surface of the earth.

a) deep; b) deeply

162 The idea seemed ... improbable to everybody.

a) high; b) highly

163 You will have to work real ... to get everything done as planned.

a) hard; b) hardly

164 The mechanic ... examined the machine.

a) close; b) closely

165 He approached me ... to hear me well.

a) closer; b) more closely

166 He was ... run over by the car.

a) near; b) nearly

167 He lives quite ....

a) near; b) nearly

168 I have seen very little of him ....

a) late; b) lately

169 You've come too ....

a) late; b) lately

170 She always came ... dressed.

a) pretty; b) prettily

171 It is ... difficult to speak to her.

a) pretty; b) prettily

172 The train passed by whistling ....

a) loud; b) loudly

173 Do I speak ... enough?

a) loud; b) loudly

174 You paid too ... for this radio set.

a) dear; b) dearly

175 The father loved his ... daughter.

a) dear; b) dearly

176 Through a space in the trees I could see the house door; it was ... open.

a) wide; b) widely

177 Gorky's works are ... known throughout the world.

a) wide; b) widely

, 184 He ... seized the rail.

a) nearly; b) near

185 I used to work ... to get everything I have got now.

a) hardly; b) hard

186 His suggestion seemed ... improbable to us.

a) highly; b) high

187 Her house stood ... to the river.

a) closely; b) close

188 The wind was blowing so ... that I could ... walk.

a) hardly; b) hard

189 The actress ... deserved the prize.

a) justly; b) just

190 ... after graduating I moved to the capital.

a) Shortly; b) Short

191 I could see the house door which was ... open.

a) widely; b) wide

192 In spite of the coming danger he remained ....

a) calm; b) calmly

193 Though the dish smelt ..., he refused to eat saying he was not hungry.

a) good; b) well

194 She looked at me ... and told me to leave the room.

a) angry; b) angrily

195 She spends a lot of money on her clothes but they always look ....

a) cheap; b) cheaply

196 Have you seen him? - Yes, he looks ... but he says he feels bad.

a) good; b) well

197 His cough sounds .... He should see a doctor.

a) terrible; b) terribly

198 Be .... Stop talking, behave yourselves.

a) quiet; b) quietly

199 The situation looks .... We must do something.

a) bad; b) badly

200 He seemed to me a bit ... today.

a) strange; b) strangely

201 The fish tastes .... I will not eat it.

a) awful; b) awfully

202 He looked ... in his new suit.

a) good; b) well

203 His head is full of ... ideas.

a) high; b) highly

204 They always speak ... of him.

a) high; b) highly

205 We ... appreciate your kindness.

a) high; b) highly

206 All was settled ... between us.

a) fair; b) fairly

207 You do not play ....

a) fair; b) fairly



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