Beaconsfield School of EnglishEnglish Test

Free English Test for Au Pairs

There are 30 multiple-choice questions in the English Test and the questions gradually increase in difficulty. There is no time limit. We will let you know your score and give you an indication of your current English level, based on your result. Good luck!

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Select one answer for each question.

1. My __________ Rita.





2. ___________ live here?





3. _____________ time please?





4. ______________ to the shop.





5. He can _______________ English very well.





6. They _____ in Stockholm last week.





7. What ____________ about it?





8. You swim ____________________





9. _________________ a basketball match?





10. ______________ go there as well.





11. _____ is it from Beaconsfield to Oxford?





12. I ____________ study more often.





13. I was looking for my mobile phone when ____________





14. They left _____________ ten minutes ago.





15. _____________ you have finished you can go.





16. Look, you can see the sun ______________





17. She asked me if _____________ London.





18. My car ________________ tomorrow.





19. You look exhausted. What ___________





20. He told you and so _______





21. I ______________________ by 9 pm.





22. If I'd known that I ________________ about it.





23. If you'd checked for directions before we left we _____ there now.





24. They don't mind _______________





25. Will it really _________________ if we arrive later on?





26. I was over the ____________ when I heard the good news.





27. I could hardly believe _____________





28. _____________ had I arrived there when it started to rain.





29. She _____________ have known they'd be late, as usual!





30. He's gone upstairs for a _______





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