Learning English: Progress Test 9A


Complete the sentences with the correct form of have something done and the words in brackets. Have his eyes checked. They had their car serviced. Will have our car repaired. Have all my money stolen. Did Michaele have that tattoo done. Have you had your hair dyed. Complete the sentences with reflexive pronouns. Rewrite the sentences using the third conditional. Annie and Martin wouldn’t have been late for school if they hadn’t missed the bus. If I hadn’t trained hard , I wouldn’t have won the competition. Wouldn’t have had an accident if I had driven carefully. If Jake and Rachel hadn't had a big fight they wouldn't have splited up. My girlfriend wouldn't have been angry if I hadn't lied to her. If Ross had known Paula’s number he would have rung her. If we had. Your dad wouldn't have disappointed if you hadn't forgotten his birthday. Choose the correct answers. Complete the sentences with prepositions. Complete the sentences with by , for , in or on. Complete the text with an appropriate word in each gap. Read the text. Choose the correct answers. Advertising in the information age. Get your advertising message to as many people as before. Target the people who are most likely to become your customers.


Adrian went to the optician’s to have his eyes checked. (his eyes / check).

You look different! Have you had your hair dyed (you / your hair / dye)?

I didn’t train hard, so I didn’t win the competition.If I hadn’t trained hard, I wouldn’t have won the competition.

I had an accident because I didn’t drive carefully.I

Ross didn’t know Paula’s number, so he didn’t ring her.If Ross had known Paula’s number he would have rung her.

Here’s your new jacket, and here’s £2 exchange / change.

Here’s your shopping. Shall I put your receipt / cheque in the bag, madam?

I’m afraid we don’t have the new Dan Brown novel. It’s currently out of offer / stock.

Cathy lent me some money, but I’m not sure when I’ll be able to pay her for.

If you want to find the best deals, you’ll need to shop on for them.

We couldn’t get tickets for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. It’s completely sold by.

Jeff thought Gloria was from Brazil, but in fact, she was from Argentina.

I’ll tell you again, in the third and last time: stop interrupting me!

Forget general messages; advertise current offers instead. ‘Have your hair coloured and get a twenty per cent discount throughout January!’ will work better than ‘Great hairstyles to suit all tastes’. Find out about local events and use them in your promotion. Messages like ‘Wouldn’t you love a cool new hairstyle for your school graduation next month?’ will show that you know your customers and are familiar with their needs.

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