I/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ She specializes in _______ novels set in eighteenth-century England.
2/ She's studying modern Japanese language and _______.
3/ He is best known as the _______ of a long-running TV series.
4/ Ask me again tomorrow. I'll have to give it some _______.
5/ Reducing the size of classes may improve _______ standards.
6/ I didn't get much of an _______ of the place because it was dark when we drove through it.
7/ A number of patients have been _______ treated with the new drug.
8/ It's just a _______ of the bigger river, but called bya different name.
9/ I'm just going to _______ myself - It should only take a few hours.
10/ All she needed to _______ her happiness was a baby.
II/ Select the best option to complete the sentences:
1/ My house is _______ yours. They have the same size.
2/ Your watch is _______ mine. Yours is 300 dollars and mine is 200 dollars only.
3/ The film is _______ the one we saw last week.
4/ Petrol is _______ it was a few years ago.
5/ The exam paper is _______ we expected.
6/ Let’s go by bus. It’s _______.
7/ _______ I get, _______ I am.
8/ ______ money we earn, _______ we live.
9/ It I were _______, I’d fall in love with her.
10/ What was _______ holiday you’ve ever had?
III/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences:
She’s nothing (A) like (B) so good (C) at tennis (D) like her friend.
(A) Have (B) as (C) many potatoes (D) that you like.
His hand is (A) so (B) steady (C) as (D) a rock.
The dictionary wasn’t (A) nearly (B) as (C) helpful (D) than I had hoped.
Tom drank (A) half (B) as(C) much beer (D) like Hugo.
(A) The more (B) difficult it is, (C) more (D) harder he tries.