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1. …. is a new secretary in our department.
It Their There They
2. He is … .
a clerk any clerk clerk one clerk
3. Are … customers happy?
that they this those
4. Give the letter … .
theirs them they to them
5. They can go to … canteen for lunch.
our ours us yours
6. Whose is that computer disk? It’s … .
for her her hers to her
7. I think Miss Miller has received … money.
a any none some
8. There aren’t … people at the meeting.
a lot lots many much
9. She’s got … faxes still to type.
a few a little little a number
10. … sent that letter to him?
Where Who Whom Why
11. … did you put the documents?
What Where Who Whose
12. … your father?“ „Fine, thanks“.
How’s Where’s Who’s Why’s
13. That car is not as old … this one is.
as how like than
14. Because of the last accident he works … .
more careful much careful very careful very carefully
15. Last month was the … sales result so far.
baddest most bad worse worst
16. My wife … coffee at the moment.
are making is making make makes
17. … he take the train at the same time every morning?
Has Is Do Does
18. … she going to visit the factory tomorrow?
Aren’t Isn’t Doesn’t Weren’t
19. The production manager … to travel to Paris soon.
had has have having
20. Did your colleague want … the annual report?
me see me to see that I see me seeing
21. We’d really like … to the show tonight.
you come you should come you will come you to come
22. You … the documents before going home.
ought file ought to file should filing should to file
23. Were you in Amsterdam last week? No I … .
don’t didn’t wasn’t weren’t
24. He … the ferry to Dover yesterday.
has missed missed misses was missing
25. … all the jobs last Friday?
Have you completed Did you complete Did you completed Were you completing
26. She’ll call you up when she … the details.
gets is getting will get will be getting
27. When he was a child, he … in Vienna for ten years.
has been living has lived had lived lived
28. Is the patient still here? He was here five minutes ago. Who … for then?
does he wait he waited has he waited was he waiting
29. If we … the examination, we’ll celebrate with champagne.
pass past will pass would pass
30. They’ve read about the film but they … it yet.
don’t see didn’t saw haven’t seen weren’t seeing
31. The Chairman is arriving … 10 a.m.
at in on to
32. This is a good piece … artwork. You’ve got the contract.
– of off with
33. It’s time to leave now. All the staff are coming … the office.
in out off out of
34. It is essential that the order is ready … time.
at by for on
35. Jane … the office after 9 o’clock.
arrived to entered at got to reached at
36. Is the tour party looking … the new building?
at of on to
37. Mary is listening … the latest news.
at of on to
38. What’s the matter … that customer today?
by from to with
39. The result depends … the marketing plan.
at by on to
40. They usually spend too much time … organisation.
at by on with
41. Why do you always insist … making decisions alone?
on over to with
42. The foreman told us to concentrate … the job.
at in on to
43. There is a big need … this component … the market.
for / at for / on on / at off / in
44. The product is constructed … our parts … that factory.
in / with from / on with / at over / by
45. The bank clerk asked … a raise … salary.
for / with to / for – / of for / in
46. Why didn’t he make them … the task?
complete completing completed to complete
47. They didn’t tell us the elevator … be repaired.
has going to had been going to was going to will be going to
48. The vehicle is … a lot of petrol, isn’t it?
employing having needing using
49. We were astonished when the interpreter asked us if we’d mind … a moment.
for waiting that we wait waiting to wait
50. I’d rather not … the authorities about it.
tell telling to tell you tell
51. That factory is in a bad condition. It … for years.
hasn’t been painting hasn’t been painted isn’t painted wasn’t been painted
52. When the bank … last year, the police were already waiting.
has been broken int had been broken into broke into was broken into
53. It got so late that, by the time I reached the docks at 10:30, the 10 o’clock boat … .
departed has departed had departed was departed
54. When we entered the office, John … on the computer so hard that he didn’t notice us.
has been working has worked was working worked
55. If I won a lot of money I … my job and retire.
gave up give up will give up would give up
56. If Mary hadn’t been so surprised, she … the car.
didn’t crash hadn’t crashed wouldn’t crash wouldn’t have crashed
57. When Cynthia saw the consultant, she explained where and how she … her arm.
has broken had been breaking had broken was breaking
58. While the presentation … place, the audience was distracted by low flying aircraft.
takes took has taken was taking
59. If you really wanted a car, it … a good idea to check the newspaper ads.
is was will be would be
60. When the goods … please make a bank transfer to the client.
are delivered will delivered will be delivered will have been delivered
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