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Aptis Grammar Practice Test 4

Aptis Grammar Test 4

Aptis ESOL Grammar Test 4

Here, at last, is a new Grammar Test for you! The Aptis ESOL Grammar Test is part of the Core Test. Our grammar tests all follow the official exam format, and we also explain any wrong answers.

As always, if you want details about the test format, go to Aptis Grammar Practice Test 1. But here’s  a quick reminder for you about the Core Test. It takes 25 minutes, so you have a maximum of 12.5 minutes for grammar and 12.5 for vocabulary.

The grammar component is always multiple-choice, with three options for each question.  Most of them look like formal or semi-formal written English, but some are in the format of a brief conversation.  The idea behind this is to cover the use of grammar in speaking, and these questions include both formal and informal language.

Aptis ESOL Core Test practice

All our grammar and vocabulary tests are in official exam format and follow the exact exam timing. We’ve done the tests separately in order to help you focus on the different components, so grammar posts are colour-coded blue, and vocabulary posts are green. In addition to the exam-style tests, you’ll find lots of different mini-tests and exercises to help you practise general grammar and vocabulary.

In order to help you to improve, we’ve designed our practice tests to include simpleexplanations of grammar rules if you make a mistake.

Our vocabulary tests are divided into four sections in order to familiarise you with the different question-types. You’ll find explanations of these in the vocabulary posts.

And remember you can always check on those grammar points in the B1, B2 & C1 Grammar Reference. If we haven’t covered them yet, we recommend Raymond Murphy’s excellent English Grammar in Use series.

So let’s get started – here’s another practice test for you.

Aptis ESOL Grammar Test 4

Remember, you have a maximum of 30 seconds per question, as in the official exam. If you take too long, the quiz will automatically finish. But don’t worry – you can practise as many times as you like.

You have a maximum of 30 seconds per question, as in the official exam. If you take too long, the quiz will automatically finish.

You took too long – try again!


Aptis General Grammar Test 4

25 mixed written and spoken grammar questions

1 / 25

I remember … the film when I was at college.

2 / 25

I wish I … harder at school!

3 / 25

She said she wanted … an electric scooter.

4 / 25

John: Where's Malcolm? Chris: He's ….

5 / 25

My son's hair is so long – he should … soon.

6 / 25

When I was in primary school, I never ... about the future.

7 / 25

I promise I'll text you as soon as I ... home.

8 / 25

There … milk in the fridge.

9 / 25

Where did you go … holiday last year?

10 / 25

Be careful – I can see those books … fall off the table.

11 / 25

John: Why have you got oil on your hands? Chris: … my bicycle.

12 / 25

I regret not … to her after we broke up.

13 / 25

John: Have you called the bank …? Chris: No – I'll do it now.

14 / 25

We've got no plans for tomorrow, so maybe … to to the cinema.

15 / 25

I'm not ... driving on the left, as this is my first time in the UK.

16 / 25

John: Do you think you've got the job? Ton: …, but I'm not sure.

17 / 25

I … to buy my sister a present, even though she doesn't deserve it!

18 / 25

You … bought that pizza, there's plenty of food in the fridge.

19 / 25

… history of Uzbekistan is fascinating.

20 / 25

The next business convention … in 2023.

21 / 25

... resting my leg for a week now, but it's not improving.

22 / 25

He's around 16, I think, but he looks much …

23 / 25

You should really ... Ho Chi Minh, it's an amazing city.

24 / 25

She has … French for 6 months.

25 / 25

I … 30 years old.

Your score is


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