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11 grade. UNITS 13-14. TEST

You will have 16 minutes to complete the tasks.

1. Several people were # in the accident.
prescription, , ,
2. Criticism mainly concerns past behaviour and is expressed with the help of SHOULD/OUGHT TO %2b Infinitive
recipe, , e-learning ,
3. a set of instructions for cooking or preparing food - a #.
remedy, , ,
4. Tobacco addicts often suffer # lung diseases.
fever, , ,
5. I was asked lift my shirt so that the doctor could # my chest.
come round, come to, web page, ,
6. You # make such a mountain out of a molehill!
give up, online activities , ,
7. The instruction said the recommended # was 2 teaspons twice a day.
wear off, , ,
8. emphasis - # (выразительный, экспрессивный, adj.)
cut down on, , interactive ,
9. My dentist told me to # (My dentist told me to take care of my teeth).
break out, , ,
10. My grannie uses an old-fashioned # for her arthritis.
get over, distance learning , ,
11. The doctor gave me a lovely # for spaghetti carbonara.
surgeon, , ,
12. recovery - to # (выздоравливать, v.)
cooperation, , ,
13. Which words admit of a prefix %22un-%22? (there might be more than one answer):
allergic , , ,
14. Sean suddenly # (Sean suddenly became unconscious).
beneficial, , ,
15. I don%27 really # tonight (i don%27t really have the energy to go out tonight).
unaware, , ,
16. Bruce # (is able to) finish most crosswords in under 10 minutes.
recover, , ,
17. to recover from (an illness etc) = to #
poisonous, , ,
18. You will surely benefit # taking medicine exactly as prescribed.
strength, , ,
19. I%27m gettng really tired of telling you to #. (I%27m getting really tired of telling you to quit smoking).
emphatic, , ,
20. allergy - # (аллергический, имеющий аллергию, adj.)
injection, , ,
21. You # (had an obligation to write) two essays for today!
inject, benefit, operate, recover,
22. Which of the following are modals? (there may be more than one answer)
aware, comfortable, ill, fit,
23. to do less of (smoking etc.); to reduce the amount of = to #
prescription, remedy, recipe, advice,
24. I hope he won%27t become addicted # slot machines.
cure, remedy, recipe activity , prescription,
25. Which words admit of a suffix %22-tion%22? (there might be more than one answer):
investigate, hurt, look after, examine,
26. Dan # the flu, which meant he coulnd%27t work (Dan couldn%27t work because he caught the flue).
damaged, operated, infected, injured,
27. I # the GPS. We wouldn%27t have lost.
dose, fix, remedy, prescription,
28. I hope we # find Richard%27s place easily.
sore, pain, hurt, ache,
29. If you are hot you # (are permitted to) open the window.
to, without class page , on, out of,
30. All modals ... (there may be more than one answer).
do, make, break, form,
31. We # (had the chance/opportunity to join) the trek but then we decided to stay at the seaside.
get, make, do results , have,
32. MUSTN%27T and DON%27T HAVE TO have no difference in meaning.
about, by, tool for teachers , ,
33. MAY is more polite than COULD.
with, crossword maker , ,
34. The woman asked the vet to # to stop him from suffering any longer (The woman asked the vet to kill the dog to stop him from suffering any longer).
from, , ,
35. inject - # (прививка, укол, n.)
from, , ,
36. My feet are # because my new shoes are tight.
to, , ,
37. to become conscious = to #
came down with, , ,
38. Carl was now # danger.
feel up to going, , online learning games ,
39. a medical condition in which the temperature of one%27s body is very high - a #
passed out, , ,
40. Jack # (was made to) apologise to the teacher for being late.
put down the dog, put the dog down, print quizzes , ,
41. The teacher said we # wear short skirts at school.
look after my teeth., , ,
42. poison - # (ядовитый, adj.)
give up smoking, , ,
43. Eating before going to bed won%27t # you good.
have only one form., can change their form depending on person and tense, are followed by the bare infinitive, are followed by the infinitive,
44. strong - # (сила, n.)
have to, might distant learning , should, ought to,
45. Many people are worried # drugs today.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
46. aware - # (неосведомленный, adj.)
TRUE, FALSE, ESL ,
47. I beleive he is able to cope # his problems himself.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
48. We use COULD to talk about past permission in reported speech.
TRUE, FALSE, ,
49. We # wear short skirts at school.
can, , ,
50. a piece of paper that doctor gives a patient that says what type of medicine s/he needs - a #.
could have joined, , ,
51. benefit - # (выгодный, adj.)
had to, teacher , ,
52. I%27d love to # afford to fly to Canada with you.
should have written, , ,
53. a large room in a hospital with beds for people to stay in - a #.
may, can, , ,
54. to stop being effective (for a drug etc.) = to #
may, can, could, must,
55. to start suddenly (for a war, fire etc) = to #
couldn%27t, weren%27t allowed to, Answer_3_(optional),
56. Why don%27t you # an appointment with the doctor tomorrow?
couldn%27t, weren%27t allowed to, Answer_3_(optional),
57. surgery - # (хирург, n.)
can, have to, be able multiple choice questions , be able to,
58. a cure for pain or for a minor illness - a #
should take, have to take, should have taken, shoudn%27t have taken,
59. operate - # (сотрудничество, n.)
shouldn%27t, won%27t, can%27t, mightn%27t,