Arakin 2 Unit 1 Test


Apakin-2 Unit 1 (part 1)
Lexical aid grammar test
Put in the necessary prepositions.
You should keep an eye … that boy. a) in b) into c) for d) on e) at
I dislike the idea of staying at home ... such a fine day. a) in b) into c) for d) on e) at
If it were not... the medicine, the child would die. a) in b) into c)for d)on e)at
He stared ... me vacantly. a) in b) into c) for d) on e) at.
She stood with her eyes staring ... the distance. a) in b) into c) for d) on e) at
He didn't answer my question deep ... his thoughts. a) in b) into c) for d) on e) at
They stood gazing ... each other's eyes. a) in b) into c) for d) on e) at
I have no time to look ... the papers. a) about b) after c) forward d) through e) for
The child looked … to find his mother. a) about b) after c) forward d) through e)for
The gardener looks ... the flowers and trees carefully. a) about b) after c) forward d) through e)for
The doctor has been looking ... you since the very morning. a) about b) after c) forward d) through e) for
Students always look … to their holidays. a) about b) after c) forward d) through e) for
Put in the necessary phrases
... Somebody is crying in the next room. a) Look here! b) Look ahead! c) Listen! d) Sorry! e) Look!
... Wouldn’t it be better to go there tomorrow? a) Look here! B) Look ahead! c) Listen! d) Sorry! e) Look!
… I didn't want to interrupt you. a) Look here! b) Look ahead! c) Listen! d) Sorry! e) Look!
… In the shop there is the dress I have been looking for. a) Look here! b) Look ahead! c) Listen! d) Sorry! E) Looк!
… The train is starting off. a) Look here! b) Look ahead! c) Listen! d) Sorry! e) Look!
Use the verb seem instead of look where it is possible.
a) He looks sad. b) It looks like rain. c) He looks like an actor. d) She looks a child e) He looks well educated.
Use the verb look instead of underlined words and phrases where it is possible.
a) What's your point of view? b) I don't know his views on the subject c) My opinion differs from hers, d) A view of pleasure came to his face. e) Don't you have ideas on the matter.
Fill in the gaps.
If I were hungry, I’d go to the cafe and have a... a) supper b) bite c) coffee d) dinner e) some soup
The synonym of the verb to watch is ... a) to look at b) to look for c) to keep an eye on d) to stare at e) to gaze at
“to fix one’s eye on smb” means …a) to look at smb b) to look swiftly at smb c) to watch smb closely d) to stare at smb e)a & c
The synonym of the word “watery” is … . a) pale b) white c) colorless d) colorful e)a & c
"to be like smb” means "to ... resemblance to smb" a) take b) bear c) have d) get e) do
Fill in the gaps. baron-baroness, liоn-lioness, waiter-waitress, headmaster- ... a) headmasteress b) headmistress c) headmiss d) headmissis e) headmister
Awful, fearful, horrible, ... (a synonym) a) wistful b) wonderful c) dreadful d) willful e) sorrowful
To speak in a low voice means to … в) to utter b) to murmur c) to talk d) to spell e) to shout
Put in the necessary prepositions. May I have a look … your passport? a) upon b) from c)for d)at e)on
I want to know my sister's view... this subject a) upon b) from c) for d) at e) on
I differ ... you ... this matter. a) upon b) from, c) for d) at e) on
You are lucky to have such a girl... your friend. a) upon b) from с) for d) at e) on
He depends ... his sister... his living. a) upon b) from c) fee d) at e) on
You can depend ... this time table. a) upon b) from c) for d) at e) on
"занять кого-либо работой” means … a) to keep smb work b) to keep smb busy c) to make smb busy d) to make smb work e) to busy smb
"to be crestfallen” means...a) to be upset b) to be in high spirits c) to be in low spirits d) to be in gloomy state e) с & d
"Bewilderment" is not a synonym to … a) amazement b) wonder c) astonishment d) marvel e) surprise
“to wag " means to … a) to chat b) to speak in low voice c) to talk seriously d) to speak in a loud voice e) to be silent
“not to change one's mind, to be steady” means ...a) to hold one's ground b) to stand one's ground c) to hold one's grounds d) a & b e) to keep one" ground
"для того чтобы" cannot be translated as ... a) for that b) in order to c) for the sake of d) so that e) in order that
“abandon hope" means ... a)to have hope b) to give up hoping c) not to have hope d) to be hopeful e) to be hopeless
Fill in the gaps. If I ... you, I .. lose no time. a) am, shall b) is, will c) were, should d) had been, would have c) am, would
If Ann... at home yesterday, she ... invite us to her place. a) am, shall b) is, will c) were, should d)had been, would have e)am, would
If the dress ... .ready in three days, the girl ... take it to the south. a) am, shall b) is, will с) were, should d) had been, would have e) am, would
If Jane … well, she ... spent this evening with us. a) am, shall b) is, will c) were, should d) had been, would nave e) am, would
If you … the letter now, we... read it together. a) had, wouldn't b) had, wouldn't have c) had, could d) has, will e) had, shouldn't
If he ... an umbrella yesterday, he ... caught cold. a) had, wouldn't b) had, wouldn't have c) had, could d) has, will e) had, shouldn't
If Mike ... a car, he ... be late for his work so often. a) had, wouldn't b) had, wouldn't have c) had, could d) has, will e) had, shouldn’t
If I … a calculator, I ... do the sum myself. a) had, wouldn't b) had, wouldn't have c) had, could d) has, will e) had, shouldn’t
I dislike the idea of... the day off out of town. a) staying b) arranging c) spending d) having; e) punishing
Don't you like the idea of … dinner at my place? a) staying b) arranging c) spending d) having; e) punishing
The idea of... indoors all daylong is not good. a) staying b) аrrаnging c) spending d) having; e) punishing
Do you like his idea of... a party at the end of the week? a) staying b) аrrаnging c) spending d) having; e) punishing
I dislike the idea of … the child for the broken vase. a) staying b) аrrаnging c) spending d) having; e) punishing
"Пусть каждый останется при своём мнении" means "Let's agree … a) our views b) to differ с) to leave it d) to stay on our places е) our ideas
Which of the underlined words is used in the wrong way? a) I want another piece of cake. This cake is very tasty. b) I want a different piece of cake. This cake is not sweet enough. c) Let's try another variant. We still have some time. d) Give me a different book of this author. I like him e) Give me another hat. I want to buy two hats.
Use the verb have instead of rest where it is necessary. a) Let's the matter rests, b) I have only 10 tenges rest c) He sat with his elbows resting on the table. d) The clouds rest on the top of the mountain e) The roof rests on eight columns.
"удобно устраиваться” means ... a) to make smb comfortable b) to make oneself comfortable c) to make smb comfort d) to make comfort for oneself e) to make comfort for smb
Use the verb streach instead of run where it m necessary. а) Buses run every five minutes. b) The forest runs to the South for many miles. c) The road runs across a field. d) Water runs down the street e) You have a cold your nose runs.
The story runs ... two brothers. a) into b) across c)over d) — e) about
The other day I ran ... a friend of mine on my way home. a) into b) across c) over d) -- e) about
I ran ... a very old book in the library. a) into b) across c) over d) — e) about
Our car ran ... a bus. a) info b) across c) over d) — e) about
So the legend runs … a) into b) across c) over d) — e) about
Be careful in order not to be run ... by bus a) into b) across c) over d) — e) about
Use the verb unite instead join where it к necessary. a) I cannot join the pieces of the broken cup. b) We need to join our forces to defeat the enemy. c) This is the place where two streams join. d) Will you join us? e) You should join this club.

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