Test your English
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A1
1. Hello, what _____ your name?
2. Is Jane _____ sister?
3. _____ he like his job?
4. _____ does Margaret start work?
A2
5. There is only ______ water in the glass. Please give me some more.
6. All the businessmen ______ staying at the hotel.
7. A bicycle moves ______ than a car.
8. Are you ______ or do you want me to switch on the heating?
B1
9. Sofia is ___ capital of ___ Bulgaria.
10. If you ___ Oxford you ___ some interesting old buildings.
11. ___ your mother wouldn’t be angry with you.
12. Who is ______ important person in the history of your country?
B2
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15. You`re a computer expert, Jane. Could I __________ a minute?
16. David`s just broken __________ with his girlfriend and he`s feeling a bit low.
C1
The tallest buildings - SKYSCRAPERS

Nowadays, skyscrapers can be found in most major cities of the world. A building which was many stores high was first called a skyscraper in the United States at the end of the 19th century, and New York has perhaps the (17) top-class / first-rate / well-built / best-known skyscraper of them all, the Empire State Building. The (18) dirt / field / ground / soil beneath
the streets of New York is rock, (19) hard / stiff / forceful / powerful enough to take the heaviest load without sinking, and is therefore well-suited to bearing the (20) weight / height / size / scale of tall buildings.
Choose the correct option
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