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LANGUAGE PRACTICE 1LANGUAGE PRACTICEMICHAEL VINCE 2003 MACMILLANTEACHERS TEST CD PDF VERSIONPLACEMENT AND LEVEL TESTSWELCOMEGRAMMAR TESTSVOCABULARY TESTSFINAL TESTSUSING THE PLACEMENT TESTPLACEMENT TEST CONVERSION TABLEUSING THE TESTSPLACEMENT TEST ANSWER KEYELEMENTARY GRAMMAR VOCABULARY FINALKEY KEY KEYINTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR VOCABULARY FINALKEY KEY KEYFIRST CERTIFICATE GRAMMAR VOCABULARY FINALKEY KEY KEYADVANCED GRAMMAR VOCABULARY FINALKEY KEY KEYLANGUAGE PRACTICE 2WELCOMEWelcome to the Language Practice Teachers Test CD TESTS.The tests have all been written to reflect the content of the four books in the Language Practice series.This TAGGED, CLICKABLE PDF FILE (based on the CD) contains an extensive placement test with ananswer key. This can be used to determine the most appropriate Language Practice book for individual students atthe beginning of their course of study.For each level of the Language Practice series (Elementary, Intermediate, First Certificate and Advanced)there are a number of grammar practice tests, vocabulary tests and a final test.GRAMMAR TESTSThe grammar tests contain a range of exercise types, giving students an opportunity to practise the grammar theyhave studied in their book. Each test covers approximately five book units and the unit numbers covered by the testare clearly indicated.In addition, each grammar test has an A and B version, so that students sitting next to each other can be tested onthe same grammar points, but have to answer slightly different questions. Alternatively, the second test can begiven at a later date to act as further revision or for students who performed badly in the first test.VOCABULARY TESTSThere are four vocabulary tests for each level in the series, each containing a variety of exercise types, and revisingthe vocabulary covered in the vocabulary units of the books.FINAL TESTSThe final test for each level is a more extensive test of both grammar and vocabulary and could be used as a finalassessment at the end of a course of study.There is an answer key with a mark scheme for all the tests.There is enough space in all the tests for students to write their answers on the page.However, students could also be emailed the tests and fill them in using a pdf-convertor / a word processor.Completed tests could be then either printed out and marked or emailed back for marking on-screen.USING THE PLACEMENT TESTThe test is graded to test items that are progressively more difficult.Therefore, students with no previous knowledge of English would not normally be required to take the test.Each answer in the PLACEMENT TEST is worth one point.PLACEMENT TEST CONVERSION TABLETOTAL SCORE BOOK0 15 Elementary Language Practice16 30 Intermediate Language Practice31 45 First Certificate Language Practice46 60 Advanced Language PracticeUSING THE TESTSThe tests in the tagged / clickable PDF file are straightforward to use.Click on the name of the appropriate Language Practice level.Choose GRAMMAR TESTS, VOCABULARY TESTS or the FINAL TEST. Simply choose the test youwant to use and double click to open. The test will open and can then be printed (or emailed) as required.The answer keys are combined in a single file. They can be found within the same level as the tests. Again,(double) click ANSWER KEYS to open and print out (double-page A4 format) as required.The final test for each level, along with its key, can be found within the same level as the tests.The PLACEMENT TEST and its KEY are in the same file.We hope you find the Language Practice Teachers Test CD PDF TESTS a useful addition tothe series of books, and that you enjoy using it.2010LANGUAGE PRACTICE 3DATE: NAME:PLACEMENT TESTFOR ELEMENTARY, INTERMEDIATE, FIRST CERTIFICATE AND ADVANCED LANGUAGE PRACTICEUnderline the answer which best answers the question or fits the space.0. Where are you from?A Im France. B Im from France. C French. D Im French.1. How old are you?A I have 16. B I am 16 C I have 16 years. D I am 16 years.2. Are you having a nice time?A Yes, Im nice. B Yes, Im having it. C Yes, I am. D Yes, it is.3. Could you pass the salt please?A Over there. B I dont know. C Help yourself. D Here you are.4. Yesterday I went ........... bus to the National Museum.A on B in C by D with5. Sue and Mike ........... to go camping.A wanted B said C made D talked6. Whos calling, please?A Just a moment. B Its David Parker. C Ill call you back. D Speaking.7. They were ........... after the long journey, so they went to bed.A hungry B hot C lazy D tired8. Can you tell me the ........... to the bus station?A road B way C direction D street9. ........... you remember to buy some milk?A Have B Do C Should D Did10. - Dont forget to put the rubbish out.- Ive ........... done it!A yet B still C already D even11. You dont need to bring ........... to eat.A some B a food C many D anything12. What about going to the cinema?A Good idea! B Twice a month. C Its Star Wars. D I think so.13. - What would you like, Sue?- Id like the same ........... Michael please.A that B as C for D had14. ........... people know the answer to that question.A Few B Little C Least D A little15. Its not ........... to walk home by yourself in the dark.A sure B certain C safe D problem16. ........... sure all the windows are locked.A Take B Have C Wait D Make17. Ill go and ........... if I can find him.A see B look C try D tellLANGUAGE PRACTICE 418. Whats the difference ................. football and rugby?A from B with C for D between19. My car needs .................... .A repairing B to repair C to be repair D repair20. Tim was too .................... to ask Monika for a dance.A worried B shy C selfish D polite21. I havent had so much fun ........... I was a young boy!A when B for C during D since22. Sorry, I dont know ........... youre talking about.A that B what C which D why23. Im afraid you .................... smoke in here.A could not B dont have to C are not allowed to D cant be24. Everyone wanted to go out .................. John.A apart B unless C however D except25. Honestly! I saw a ghost! Im not ............... it up!A having B laughing C making D joking26. Eat everything up! I dont want to see anything ............... on your plate!A left B missing C put D staying27. Take the A20 ........... the roundabout, then turn left.A right B as far as C along D heading north28. I really hope you can find a ........... to this problem.A result B way C conclusion D solution29. Could you watch my bag while I go and get a cup of tea?A Of course! B Never mind. C If you dont mind. D It doesnt matter.30. In my country, it is . the law to watch an X-rated film if you are under 18.A under B against C over D beyond31. Rebecca had to the invitation, as she was busy studying for her exams.A take off B put back C turn down D get away32. Police ................ that a terrorist group might be behind the kidnapping.A suppose B fancy C suspect D accuse33. When Christopher smiles, he ............... me of his grandfather.A remembers B recalls C rethinks D reminds34. The wonderful smell of freshly ............. coffee hit us as we entered the store.A crushed B smashed C ground D pressed35. Mikes dad wouldnt .............. him go to school with a red streak in his hair.A allow B permit C accept D let36. If only I ...................... made that phone call!A wasnt B didnt C hadnt D havent37. I like Mary for her friendly smile and her ..................... of humour.A sense B manner C way D impression38. These shoes are very .................... for walking in the mountains.A practical B functional C realistic D activeLANGUAGE PRACTICE 539. .............. of the credit for our success has to go to the Chairman, Peter Lewis.A Several B Much C Enough D Sufficient40. We were surprised that over 500 people ................... for the job.A wrote B applied C enquired D requested41. The children watched in excitement as she ............. a match and lit the candles.A scratched B struck C rubbed D scraped42. Sorry about her strange behaviour, shes not used to ...... lots of people around her.A had B have C having D has43. He kept running very hard ....... none of the other runners could possibly catch him.A even though B however C despite D as44. I did this painting all ........................ my own, Dad, said Milly.A by B with C for D on45. You ................... better check all the details are correct before we send it off.A would B had C should D did46. This game is ......... to be for five year-olds, but I think a two year-old could do it!A expected B required C obliged D supposed47. Just put this powder down, and it should ........... any more ants from getting in.A prevent B avoid C refuse D forbid48. When Joni ........... to do something, you can be sure shell do it, and do it well.A gets on B takes up C sets out D brings about49. ........... we get to the top of this hill, the path gets much easier.A At the time B Eventually C Once D Finally50. Fifty-seven? No, that ................ be the right answer!A cant B mustnt C wouldnt D neednt51. ................... happens, Ill always be there for you!A However B What C Whatever D No matter52 Can you .......................... to it that no one uses this entrance?A see B deal C ensure D get53. A ................... debate ensued, with neither side prepared to give way to the other.A warm B heated C hot D boiling54. Ive drunk milk every ............... day of my life, and its never done me any harm!A particular B individual C single D one55. The version of the film I saw had been ................................ censored.A strongly B deeply C great D heavily56. He promised to phone me at 9 oclock exactly, and he was as .......... as his word.A true B good C right D honest57. There has been so much media of the wedding that Im fed up with it.A circulation B attention C broadcasting D coverage58. If I were you I would ................ clear of the area around the station late at night.A stick B steer C stop D stand59. Turni

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