1 Stop (C) wasting time playing computer games and do your homework!
2 Jenny isn’t here, she (B) is staying at her friend’s house tonight.
3 When we were in Rome, we went on a guided (A) tour of the city.
4 Since Brian has always been interested in the stars and planets, it’s no wonder he chose to study (A) Astronomy
5 Be careful! You (C) C are going to crash) into that car!
6 Can you please get ready? There’s (B) very little time before our guests arrive.
7 Little David has (C) grown much taller since the last time I saw him.
8 This school (A) was built in the 1960s.
9 (C) May I use your phone, please?
10 When we don’t water flowers they (B) die
11 Paul (B) isn’t used to going to bed late, so he always feels sleepy at around 11:00 pm.
12 John usually has (A) scrambled eggs and some orange juice for breakfast.
13 Susan’s father works as an air traffic(C) controller) at the airport.
14 Mark really needs to speak to you. He (A) ’s been calling you every five minutes for the last two hours!
15 If you buy more than three books at this shop, they (C) will give you a better price.
16 The chicken is OK, but the rice is a little (B) overcooked
17 James had to) (C) change schools because his family went to live in a different part of town.
18 After the huge earthquake, the small village was left (B) in ruins.
19 Jenna grew tired of her long hair, so she decided (B) to have it cut short.
20 Liz informed us that she (A) hadn’t found tickets to the show yet.
21 You don’t need a (C) password to get on the Internet.
22 Maths (C) was my favourite subject when I was at school.
23 Can you repeat what you said (C) more clearly please?
24 Kenneth (A) hasn’t visited his hometown since he came to live in the city.
25 Are you sure this is (B) genuine leather? It doesn’t look like it.
26 I usually like eating out, but tonight I’d like(C) to eat at home.
27 Frank (A) had been driving for six hours without a break, so he decided to stop somewhere to rest.
28 Stephen is very (C) muscular because he does weight lifting five times a week.
29 You (B) don’t have to get a taxi to the airport. I’ll give you a lift if you want.
30 Paul wanted to buy that DVD player, so he asked the salesman how much (B) it cost
31 What would you do if you (B) met someone famous?
32 James spends a lot of time on his computer (A) chatting with his online friends.
33 Why go shopping in the city centre when I can find everything I need at my (C) local market?
34 The famous tennis player has announced that he will not be taking part in any more (C) tournaments
35 Cynthia pays 30 euros (B) an hour for guitar lessons.
36 (A) Have you met Ted? Let me introduce you to him.
37 Since you lost Lilly’s CD,) (A) the least B little you could do is apologise to her.
38 When Nick’s computer broke down it (B) was taken to a technician.
39 George (A) had never travelled abroad before, so he was very excited about his trip to Spain.
40 I asked Joe about the broken window, but he just (B) shrugged his shoulders and said nothing.
41 The hotel was nearly buried in snow when a(n) (C) avalanche hit the small skiing resort.
42 I’ll send you the email as soon as I’m able to (A) connect to the Internet.
43 If Alex hadn’t left home so late he (B) wouldn’t have missed his flight.
44 Lisa asked her brother (B) not to use her computer without asking her first.
45 Are you sure you feel (C) well enough to come on the picnic with us?
46 I think your (C) blue striped cotton shirt will go perfectly with your new jeans.
47 It’s not worth (A) spending so much money on a pair of shoes that you’ll only wear once or twice.
48 The show (C) starts at 8:00, so we have plenty of time to get to the theatre.
49 Lilly (B) can’t have taken up squash; she hates indoor sports.
A mustn’t B can’t C shouldn’t
50 Did Chris himself tell you that he got a pay rise, or did you hear it on the (B) grapevine?
51 Can you please stop playing that terrible song over and over again? It’s (C) driving me crazy!
52) Unless (C) you hurry up and get ready, we’ll be really late.
53 Badminton is a fun sport, and you don’t really need any (A) technical equipment for it.
54 Marshall (A) should be less selfish and start caring about other people besides himself.
55 The (B) editor has decided to make some last-minute changes to tomorrow’s front page.
56 Please hurry, sir, all the other passengers have already (B) boarded the plane.
57 Robin (C) told Karen that she couldn’t go to her birthday party.
58 Are you sure I still have your book? I remember (A) returning it to you two weeks ago.
59 They have decided to rebuild the old town library which (B) collapsed during the earthquake.
60 Do you like the salad? It’s made (C) with fresh vegetables from our garden.
61 Although Nathan has a very (C) crooked nose, he’s actually quite handsome.
62 Emma has a tough deadline to meet, so she’s been working (B) overtime for the last few days.
63 They (A) have been in town for a week, but they haven’t visited us yet.
64 Can you (C) grate some cheese for the spaghetti, please?
65 You need to be less (C) pessimistic and realise that there is a positive side to everything.
66 I (A) don’t believe that you can be so insensitive at a time like this!
67 The (B) earlier we leave , the less traffic we’ll find in the streets.
68 Helen usually has a small (A) bar of chocolate after lunch.
69 I haven’t really decided yet, but I think I (C) 'll have a party for my birthday.
70 The (B) cashier) at the supermarket gave me the wrong change; I gave her a €10 note, but she thought I gave her a €5 one.
71 Lilly thinks that baggy trousers look (A) too ridiculous, so she never wears them.
72 Don’t worry; everyone came in late today, so we’re all in the same (A) boat
73 What Sonya (C) used to hate most when she was a nurse were the night shifts.
74 David (A) has gone to the bank, but he won’t be long. Would you like to wait for him?
75 Celia (B) is always complaining about her little brother; it’s so annoying to hear the same things every day!
76 Jeremy) (A) works out at the gym every day.
77 Of course you can trust Pete! He's one of the most (C) reliable people I know.
78 Stewart wants to get a (C) job as an accountant.
79 We were surprised) (B) to hear that George was moving to a new school.
80 Harry’s much better at tennis than me; I can never (B) beat him.