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Test your knowledge and find out how good you know English Language. Can you answer these questions?
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I ______________ from Framce.
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This is my friend. _____________ name is Peter.
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Mike is ______________.
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My brother is ______________ artist.
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_______________ 20 desks in the classroom.
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Paul ________________ romantic films.
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Sorry, I can't talk. I _____________ right now.
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__________________ a piece of cake? No, thank you.
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The living room is ___________________ than the bedroom.
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The car is very old. We're going ____________________ a new car soon.
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Jane is a vegetarian. She ____________________ meat.
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There aren't ________________ buses late in the evening.
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The car park is _________________ to the restaurant.
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They _________________ in the park when it started to rain heavily.
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________________ seen fireworks before?
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We've been friends ____________________ many years.
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You _________________ pay for the tickets. They're free.
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Jeff was ill last week and he _________________ go out.
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These are the photos ________________ I took on holiday.
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We'll stay at home if it _______________ this afternoon.
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I promise I __________________ you as soon as I've finished this cleaning.
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This town ___________________ by lots of tourists during the summer.
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He said that his friends ____________ to speak to him after they lost the football match.
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I wasn't interested in the performance very much. ________________.
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Take a warm coat, _______________ you might get very cold outside.
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__________________ this great book and I can't wait to see how it ends.
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What I like more than anything else ___________________ at weekends.
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She ________________ for her cat for two days when she finally found it in the garage.
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We won't catch the plane _________________ we leave home now! Please hurry up!
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If I hadn't replied to your email, I___________________ here with you now.
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Do you think you ___________________ with my mobile phone soon? I need to make a call.
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I don't remember mentioning __________________ dinner together tonight.
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Was it Captain Cook ______________ New Zealand?
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Read the following passage and choose True or False.

Mr. Smith loves to read. He likes to read to his sister. He enjoys reading books that are funny. Mr. Smith gets his books at the library. He goes to the library on Mondays. He brings his books back on Fridays.
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Mr. Smith loves to read. He likes to read to his sister. He enjoys reading books that are funny. Mr. Smith gets his books at the library. He goes to the library on Mondays. He brings his books back on Fridays.
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Mr. Smith loves to read. He likes to read to his sister. He enjoys reading books that are funny. Mr. Smith gets his books at the library. He goes to the library on Mondays. He brings his books back on Fridays.
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Mr. Smith loves to read. He likes to read to his sister. He enjoys reading books that are funny. Mr. Smith gets his books at the library. He goes to the library on Mondays. He brings his books back on Fridays.
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Crystal Cruises - Luxury Every Day

Come and sail on a Crystal Cruise ship. We have three ships: The Crystal Queen, The Crystal Princess, The Crystal Palace.Come and sail in luxury on cruises around the Caribbean Sea for 7 or 14 days.Our seven-day cruise costs $2000 and our two-week cruise is $3500.

A typical one weekcruise

  • Day One – departure from Miami
  • Day Two - free day in Nassau, in The Bahamas
  • Day Three – near Haiti
  • Day Four - visit Puerto Rico and Antigua
  • Day Five - free day in Barbados
  • Day Six - free day in Port of Spain, Trinidad
  • Day Seven - travel to Caracas, Venezuela
  • Day Eight – fly home.
All food and drink is included in the price of your cruise (except for alcoholic drinks). Our cruise ships all have a casino, a cinema, a five-star restaurant, a theatre, a library and a fully equipped gymnasium.If you prefer to go on a cruise in another part of the world, we also organize cruises in the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean.

Our ships carry over 2000 passengers and we have nearly 600 crew members.So come on board today for the holiday of a lifetime!
Call immediately: 020-4455832
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Read the following passage and answer the questions.

During colonial times, most colonists had their clothes custom made by tailors. A tailor is a person who makes, alters, or repairs garments, including suits, coats, and trousers. Tailors worked in their shops to create clothing for colonists. The fabrics they used were made from linen, wool, or silk. Each garment was created specifically for each customer. Tailors used many tools when working with their fabrics to create garments. Pins were used to keep the fabric pieces together. Needles were used with thread to sew pieces of fabrics together. The tailor used a measuring tape to measure their customers to make sure their garments fit properly. A tailor was an essential trade of colonial times.

1) What is the main idea of this passage?

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Read the following passage and answer the questions.

During colonial times, most colonists had their clothes custom made by tailors. A tailor is a person who makes, alters, or repairs garments, including suits, coats, and trousers. Tailors worked in their shops to create clothing for colonists. The fabrics they used were made from linen, wool, or silk. Each garment was created specifically for each customer. Tailors used many tools when working with their fabrics to create garments. Pins were used to keep the fabric pieces together. Needles were used with thread to sew pieces of fabrics together. The tailor used a measuring tape to measure their customers to make sure their garments fit properly. A tailor was an essential trade of colonial times.

2) In the passage, what does the highlighted word garment mean?

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Read the following passage and answer the questions.

During colonial times, most colonists had their clothes custom made by tailors. A tailor is a person who makes, alters, or repairs garments, including suits, coats, and trousers. Tailors worked in their shops to create clothing for colonists. The fabrics they used were made from linen, wool, or silk. Each garment was created specifically for each customer. Tailors used many tools when working with their fabrics to create garments. Pins were used to keep the fabric pieces together. Needles were used with thread to sew pieces of fabrics together. The tailor used a measuring tape to measure their customers to make sure their garments fit properly. A tailor was an essential trade of colonial times.

2) Why did a tailor use a measuring tape during colonial times?

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Mother Tongue

First language, also known as mother tongue, is generally the language a person learns first. However, one can have two or more native languages thus being a native bilingual or indeed multilingual. The order in which these languages are learned is not necessarily the order of proficiency. Lacking in first language skills often make learning other languages difficult. Often a child learns the basics of his or her first language or languages from his or her family. The term mother tongue, however, should not be interpreted to mean that it is the language of one's mother. For instance, in some paternal societies, the wife moves in with the husband and thus may have a different first language or dialect than the local language of the husband. Yet their children usually only speak their local language.

1) According to the passage, first language skills

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Mother Tongue

First language, also known as mother tongue, is generally the language a person learns first. However, one can have two or more native languages thus being a native bilingual or indeed multilingual. The order in which these languages are learned is not necessarily the order of proficiency. Lacking in first language skills often make learning other languages difficult. Often a child learns the basics of his or her first language or languages from his or her family. The term mother tongue, however, should not be interpreted to mean that it is the language of one's mother. For instance, in some paternal societies, the wife moves in with the husband and thus may have a different first language or dialect than the local language of the husband. Yet their children usually only speak their local language.

2) We understand from the passage that
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Mother Tongue

First language, also known as mother tongue, is generally the language a person learns first. However, one can have two or more native languages thus being a native bilingual or indeed multilingual. The order in which these languages are learned is not necessarily the order of proficiency. Lacking in first language skills often make learning other languages difficult. Often a child learns the basics of his or her first language or languages from his or her family. The term mother tongue, however, should not be interpreted to mean that it is the language of one's mother. For instance, in some paternal societies, the wife moves in with the husband and thus may have a different first language or dialect than the local language of the husband. Yet their children usually only speak their local language.

3) One can infer from the reading that
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