Wall Street English levels:
- 3 – 5 Waystage
- IELTS: 2 – 3
- TOEIC: 120 – 220
- Cambridge: KET
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English Levels A1-A2
Practice some grammar and vocabulary from levels A1-A2 with this fun English quiz.
1. Jack is an engineer. He ___ machines.
- does design
2. At the moment he ___ on a new project.
- 's working
3. Is there ___ fruit in the fridge?
4. Yes, there are ___ apples.
- a lot
- a few
5. ___ I have some water please?
6. ___ work this afternoon?
- Must you
- You have to
- Do you have to
7. Yes, then I ___ dinner for my friends.
- 'm going to cook
- will cook
- would cook
8. ___ you at home last weekend?
- Did you be
- Have you been
9. No, I ___.
10. I ___ a train to the mountains.
11. My wife and I have three ___.
12. This is my eldest daughter ___ is a university student.
13. Our table is round and it ___ of wood.
- is made
- has made
14. ___ watched a film in English?
- Have you ever
- Did you ever
- Do you ever
15.There's a good film on at the cinema tonight. ___ and watch it.
- Let's go
- We go
- Let we go
16. I'm going to the gym so I need my ___.
- sports boots
17. You put gloves on your ___.
18. I'm sick. I feel hot and then cold. I must have a ___.
19. If I ___ l better tomorrow, I'll stay at home.
- won't feel
- don't feel
- didn't feel
20. If you're sick, ___ some warmer clothes.
- put on
- take on
- take off
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You can understand words and basic concepts related to personal information regarding your family, your country of origin, and your home, when people speak slowly and clearly.
You can understand the meaning of simple words and common phrases found in notices, posters, and catalogs.
You can interact with people who speak slowly and are willing to reformulate sentences if you don’t understand. You can use and understand familiar expressions to describe immediate and basic needs.
You can write a simple email or message. You can fill in simple forms related to personal data like name, nationality, hotel location and other basic information.
You can introduce yourself and others in a simple but clear way. You can describe details about where you live and your life using simple adjectives, verb tenses and grammatical forms.
Your friend phoned to tell you that he lives in London and has invited you to visit him in two weeks: you can understand and reply to his invitation, asking him to repeat and/or speak slowly if necessary.
You’re in an English speaking country and have to ask directions to the nearest supermarket: you can ask simple but clear questions and make yourself understood. At the supermarket, you can understand signs and prices.
You’re on holiday in Spain and send a postcard to your friend who lives in London: you can write a short message that describes where you’re staying and what you’re doing.