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MULTIPLE-CHOICE QUESTIONS

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HOW WILL I GET MY RESULTS?

Consequently, once you have completed the test you will be able to see your results. On the other hand, we will also tell you which level you are in, as well as suggesting the Cambridge certificate which is perfect for you. You will also receive a detailed study plan that will guide you in your first steps of your preparation.
Curso preparación Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE LEVEL SCALE SYSTEM

Our online English level test will automatically transfer your results to the Cambridge Scale. In addition, it will also assign you to a Cambridge level. It will also give you some useful information which will help you get started in your preparation.

This is a brief explanation of the CERF level system and the equivalent to Cambridge certificates

A1 : BEGINNER

CAMBRIDGE – STARTERS
At an A1 level learners are able to communicate about familiar topics using basic vocabulary and grammar structures

A2 : ELEMENTARY

CAMBRIDGE – FLYERS (120-140 points)
At an A2 level learners are able to understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to topics familiar to them

B1 : PRE-INTERMEDIATE

CAMBRIDGE – PET (140-160 points)
At a B1 level learners are able tounderstand the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters common to work, school, leisure, etc

B2 : UPPER INTERMEDIATE

CAMBRIDGE – FIRST (160-180 points)
B2 level learners can understand the main ideas of complex text on both specific and abstract topics.

C1 : ADVANCED

CAMBRIDGE – ADVANCED (180-200 points)
At a C1 level learners can understand a wide range of complex, longer texts, and recognise implicit meaning.

C2 : MASTERY

CAMBRIDGE – PROFICIENCY (200-220 points)
At this level learners can understand with ease almost everything heard or read.

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Online English Level Test For Cambridge Exams

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________ to the USA every year for your holidays?

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I was sure that I _______ him before.

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I _____ one of my special desserts for dinner, if you like.

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The next train to Berlin ______ in just half-an-hour.

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During the war the police _____ arrest you for criticising the government.

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Walking under a ladder _______ be unlucky.

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The traffic light ______ green and I pulled away.

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I'm really disappointed. I ________ for the team again.

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________ was in the box?

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I always associate pizza ______

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You don't object ______ late tonight, do you?

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I notified ______ I had changed my address.

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She encouraged ______ the job.

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The _______ faulty.

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The government has introduced ________.

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Look at ______. It's very brigh tonight.

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There is _______ evidence to support his claim.

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At no ____ did we see him at the meeting.

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Josh was the first person I saw _______ hospital.

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We are confident that both sets of fans will ______ at the match.

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They could have been delayed by the snow. - Yes, they ________

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He is a _______________

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______ Kaspar nowadays, he's so busy at the office.

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I wrote down her name ______ forget it.

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What's the chance _______ 6 numbers out of seven while playing the Lotto.

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LISTENING

You are given 1 piece of audio and 1 question which correspond to each audio. Each given question has three options A, B and C. Click on the button to choose the best option for each question.

You hear someone speaking about their relationship with music.

1) How does the speaker explain her positive feelings for music?

 

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READING

Read the text and answer the question by choosing an option from A, B, C or D

A Good Night's Sleep

Air pollution might be linked to poor sleep, say researchers looking into the impact of toxic air on our slumbers. The study explored the proportion of time participants spent asleep in bed at night compared with being awake - a measure known as sleep efficiency. The results reveal that greater exposure to nitrogen dioxide and small particulates known as PM 2.5s are linked with a greater chance of having low sleep efficiency. That, researchers say, could be down to the impact of air pollution on the body.

 

The writer defines sleep efficiency as:

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