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English Proficiency Exam (pre-test)
For each question, choose which of the four possible answers fits the space best
1. We pick fruits when they are……………………. .
2. It’s ………………… . please open the window.
3. They climbed the wall easily. ” climbed ” means……………………
a) went up
b) grew up
c) took off
d) put on
4. My uncle raised tomatoes on his farm last year.
5. We have a house with a little garden in the country. The opposite of little is………………..
6. We crossed the river by…………….. .
7. He came to the door and ……………..us warmly.