1 Complete the sentences with the -ing form or the infinitive of the verb.
1 out of 12
1. We’ve decided (get) to get married next summer.
2 Choose the correct word.
1. Mum ( decided / ’s finished / would ) like ironing my clothes.
2. We’re hoping _____ married next summer.
3. Bill is not very good at _____ friends.
4. She warned us not _____ swimming in the river.
5. Jake and I are _____ of visiting Japan next year.
6. Can you _____ someone to ring the doorbell?
7. Babies are good at _____ with the lights on.
9. Huw _____ to move to Brazil.
10. I don’t _____ tidying my room.
2 out of 12
11. Will you let me _____ this?
3 Complete the sentences with the -ing form or infinitive of the verb.
3 out of 12
1. They can’t stop me (do) doing what I want.
4 Choose the most likely answer.
1. I stopped to eat lunch at 12.15. Was I eating lunch at 12.30? Yes. / No.
2. I stopped working at 6 p.m. Was I working at 6.15?
3. I forgot visiting the park. Did I visit the park?
4. I forgot to visit the park. Did I visit the park?
5. I don’t remember calling her. Did I call her?
4 out of 12
6. I didn’t remember to invite him. Did I invite him?
5 Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Type down Correct on the three correct sentences.
5 out of 12
1. I find it difficult
going to bed early. to go
6 Complete the answers with a reduce infinitive of the verb in the correct tense.
1 Do you want to work abroad?
Yes. I (would like) would like to.
2 I thought Sally was coming to London with us.
3 Can you come and visit us on Sunday?
4 Did you buy the newspaper?
5 Is she going to buy the car?
6 out of 12
6 Why did you email the Glasgow office?
7 Match the words to make phrases or compound nouns.
7 out of 12
black bed ground voyage boat
8 Complete the sentences with the correct form of a word from the box.
8 out of 12
blow clap climb hug kick march point scratch stare whistle
1 My dad promised to blow up the balloons before the party.
9 Complete the idioms with the correct body part from the box.
eye hand head knees leg tooth
9 out of 12
Match the definitions with the idioms 1–6. Simply write down numbers in the blank.
a unable to stand because of emotions 5
10 Correct the wrong word in each sentence.
10 out of 12
1 You’re just pulling my
foot. You’re not David Beckham! leg
11 Complete the questions with the missing words.
11 out of 12
1 ‘What is the rate of VAT?’ ‘15%.’
12 out of 12
12 Translate the sentences into your language.