Vocabulary Level Test
About The Vocabulary Test
There are 40 questions in the test
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Vocabulary Level Test
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I don't like my job very much. I'm going to ________ and look for another one
Question 1 Explanation:
'Resign' = quit, leave your job.
'Retire' = stop working, usually at an older age (60+)
They never argue and they enjoy spending time together = They ________
relationship very good
like themselves very much
get on very well
relate very well
Question 2 Explanation:
'Get on (well) with sb' = have a good relationship with sb
I love all fruit, but ________ strawberries
Question 3 Explanation:
'Specially' = for a particular purpose:
'I bought this book specially for you'
'Especially' = more than others
Every time I wear something white, I ________ coffee or orange juice or something on it
Question 4 Explanation:
'Spill' is like 'pour', but if you spill something, it's usually by accident. 'Pour' means you are in control and you decide to do it.
I've got all the data. Now I just need to ________ the answer
Your father's brother's daughter is your ________
Question 6 Explanation:
Your cousins are your uncle/aunt's children. Cousins can be boys or girls.
The weather was great - it was really ________
Let's go to a restaurant for dinner tonight = Let's ________ tonight
Question 8 Explanation:
'Eat out' = eat in a restaurant
'Eat outside' = eat in the open air, for example on a balcony, not necessarily in public
It's a good idea, but it's ________ that the boss will agree with you
Question 9 Explanation:
'Likely'/'unlikely' are adjectives, even though they end in -ly and look like adverbs.
Argh! This noise is giving me a ________
Excuse me, I think you've ________ a mistake in our bill
What time do you go to ________ every day?
Do you live in a house or a(n) ________?
Are you planning to go ________ for the weekend?
Question 14 Explanation:
'Go away' = leave your city/town and stay away for at least one night.
What time is it? It's 6.15 - a ________ past six
Question 15 Explanation:
A quarter = fifteen minutes
We don't say "fifteen past..." or "fifteen to..."
Do you want a ________ or a return ticket?
It's the ________ building in the city
Question 17 Explanation:
Buildings and people can be tall, most other things are high (planes, mountains, ceilings, etc.)
He studies maths at university. He's a ________
I ________ swimming every Saturday morning
You can't smoke here - please ________ your cigarette
put up with
Question 20 Explanation:
'Put out' = extinguish
If I were you, I'd leave earlier, so you can avoid the ________
"Fruit and vegetables are healthy" = Fruit and vegetables are ________
benefit for you
good for health
good for you
She doesn't have brothers or sisters - she's a(n) ________
These are pairs of adjectives with similar meanings, where one adjective has a 'regular' meaning and the other has a 'strong' meaning.
So 'exhausted' is the strong form of 'tired'. 'Furious' is the strong form of 'angry'.
Happy is the ________ of sad
I've been so busy all week. I don't want to do anything at the weekend - I'll just stay at home and ________
have a relax
take it easy
make a rest
make it easy
We nearly missed the plane—we were only just ________
in time for
Question 30 Explanation:
'On time' = punctual
'In time' = with enough time before something happens
It's very easy to confuse these two phrases!
Our teacher doesn't ________ us use mobile phones in class
He's so ________! I'm not ________ in anything he says
Question 32 Explanation:
'Interested' and 'interesting' are both adjectives.
'Interested' is how you feel.
'Interesting' is how something or someone makes you feel.
There are many pairs of adjectives like this, one with an -ed ending, and one with an -ing ending.
At the weekend I ________ with some friends
went for fun
Question 33 Explanation:
'Go out' can mean 'leave the house', but it is often used to mean 'do something with friends'.
Different prefixes are used to make opposites of adjectives: 'un-', 'in-', 'im-', 'dis-' etc.
The most common prefix is 'un-', but there aren't clear rules for which prefix to use. You'll need to learn the right opposite prefix for each adjective!
She's a police officer, so she has to wear a ________ at work
I don't ________ going out tonight
have mood to
Question 40 Explanation:
'Feel like' = want to
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Beginner - CEF Level A1
Pre-Intermediate - CEF Level A2
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Advanced - CEF Level C1/C2
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