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GRAMMAR 19 Your apartment is smaller _____ mine.


A than ■  B then ■  C as ■
Check (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.
20 He’s speaking _____ quietly for me to hear him.
Example: My sister _____ Italian.
A so ■  B too ■  C enough ■
A  speak  ■  B  speaks  ■ ✓   C  do speak  ■
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1 You’re _____ at work than I am.
A busy ■  B busier ■  C  more busy  ■ VOCABULARY
2 I’m not very hungry, so I don’t want to eat _____ food.
a Check (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences
A  too much  ■  B  too many  ■  C too ■
with a word to describe towns and cities.
3 My new boss isn’t _____ nice as my old one.
Example: We live on the _____. I love being by the
A more ■  B as ■  C the ■
ocean.
4 It’s the _____ city in the world.
A south ■  B river ■  C coast ■ ✓
A crowded ■  B  most crowded  ■ 
C  more crowded  ■ 1 This city is too _____. We’re going to move to a
cleaner place.
5 This is the _____ summer we’ve ever had!
A dangerous ■  B polluted ■ 
A worse ■  B baddest ■  C worst ■
C populated ■
6 I need to go to the gym. I don’t _____ exercise.
2 The market was too _____ so we found a place with
A  get enough  ■  B  too much get  ■ 
fewer people.
C  enough get  ■
A empty ■  B modern ■  C crowded ■
7 Do you play tennis as _____ as your sister?
3 This city has a _____ of around 250,000.
A best ■  B better ■  C well ■
A population ■  B people ■  C tourists ■
8 We don’t enjoy swimming in the ocean. It’s_____ cold.
4 That part of town is _____. These streets are safer.
A  too much  ■  B  a few  ■  C too ■
A empty ■  B dangerous ■  C noisy ■
9 Barcelona is _____ exciting city I’ve been to.
5 You can buy anything at the _____ downtown.
A most ■  B  the most  ■  C more ■
A cathedral ■  B palace ■ 
10 He plays computer games _____. C  department store  ■
A lot ■  B  a lot  ■  C  a lot of  ■ 6 Rome has some amazing _____ buildings.
A How much butter is there in the fridge?
11 A history ■  B historical ■  C cathedrals ■
B Only a _____.
A little ■  B few ■  C none ■ b Check (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences
12 This apartment isn’t _____. We need a larger one. with the correct health and body word.
A  enough big  ■  B  big enough  ■  C  too big  ■ Example: Don’t stay out in the sun. It’s not good for
13 My parents drive _____ than I do. your _____.
A  more slowly  ■  B  more slow  ■  A bones ■  B skin ■ ✓   C brain ■
C  more slower  ■ 7 A lot of people don’t have a _____ lifestyle.
14 This cell phone is _____ expensive than that one. A health ■  B healthy ■  C healthful ■
A more ■  B most ■  C  the most  ■ 8 There are too many sweets and snacks in your _____.
15 There are too _____ cars on this road. There’s nowhere A date ■  B diet ■  C eating ■
to park. 9 Eating lots of fruit and vegetables can _____ many
A much ■  B many ■  C enough ■ illnesses.
16 Luka is _____ person I know. A prevent ■  B proceed ■  C protect ■
A  the friendlyest  ■  B  more friendly  ■  10 Don’t forget to wear _____ when you go to the
C  the friendliest  ■ beach.
17 It was the best vacation we’ve_____ had. A sunbathe ■  B glasses ■  C sunscreen ■
A ever ■  B just ■  C never ■ 11 Be careful not to have too much _____ food.
18 There was too_____ noise in the office. A quick ■  B fat ■  C fast ■
A  much of  ■  B many ■  C much ■

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12 Having one or two cups of coffee a day can be good PRONUNCIATION


_____ you.
A to ■  B for ■  C on ■
a Which word has a different sound? Check (✓) A,
B, or C.
13 A bad diet can _____ you illnesses like cancer.
A put ■  B make ■  C give ■ Example: A van  ■  B track  ■  C lane  ■ ✓
14 Some activities stimulate the _____ and improve 1 A if  ■  B try  ■  C mind  ■
your learning. 2 A cooking  ■  B beautiful  ■  C you  ■
A head ■  B brain ■  C think ■ 3 A enough  ■  B thought  ■  C hurry  ■
15 Drinking milk helps young children have strong 4 A few  ■  B choose  ■  C good  ■
_____.
5 A  diet  ■  B lifestyle  ■  C little  ■
A brains ■  B skin ■  C bones ■
b Which is the stressed syllable? Check (✓) A, B, or
c Check (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences. C.
Example: I’m sorry, I can’t come out. I’m too _____. Example: A  afternoon  ■
✓   B  afternoon  ■ 
A busy ■ ✓   B neat ■  C fast ■ C afternoon  ■
16 Gina really hates waiting. She’s so _____ . 6 A beautiful  ■  B beautiful  ■  C beautiful  ■
A immediate ■  B impatient ■ 
7 A impatient  ■  B impatient  ■ 
C stressful ■
C impatient  ■
17 These trains never arrive _____ time!
8 A generous  ■  B generous  ■ 
A on ■  B at ■  C by ■ C generous  ■
18 I left that job because it was too _____ for me. 9 A unhealthy  ■  B unhealthy  ■ 
A stressing ■  B stressful ■  C stressed ■ C unhealthy  ■
19 We’re _____ time here, doing nothing. Can we go 10 A romantic  ■  B romantic  ■ 
now? C romantic  ■
A hurrying ■  B spending ■  C wasting ■
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20 Mark’s in a _____, because he has a flight in an hour.
A busy ■  B hurry ■  C stress ■ Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 50
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