Choose the suitable word. Вставьте подходящее слово
2-67. We couldn’t come on time … the rain had not stopped.
(d) because of
2-68. There are no more buses, … we’ll have to walk.
2-69. The students … their answers with the teacher’s and found their mistakes.
2-70. Mother told her children not to … fun of their little brother.
2-71. It … two hours to get to town from here.
2-72. Would you like … glass of juice?
(a) the other
(b) some other
(e) another one
2-73. … she likes coffee, she preferred tea.
(e) As well
2-74. He has never … a race.
2-75. Dad … food for us at the restaurant.
2-76. The nurse asked, “How much did the baby … at the birth?”
2-77. The … of Mount Everest is 29,000 feet.
2-78. Who is the … of the car?
2-79. I fell and hurt myself … I was playing tennis.
2-80. What do you do … the week-ends?
2-81. They often go out … Saturday evening.
2-82. Is Tom … this photograph? I can’t find him.
2-83. Felicia did not know … to write a letter or read a book.
2-84. I have friends … love me so much that they held a surprise birthday party for me last night.
2-85. We're not paying a builder to mend the fire-place. We've decided to do it … .
2-86. I still can’t understand what happened. You owe me an … .
2-87. It is quite often faster to walk than to go ... bus.
2-88. … bag is this? - It's mine.
(b) What kind of
2-89. There aren't … people here today.
(a) a lot
(c) at all
2-90. That sofa … comfortable. Can I try it?
(b) looks like
(c) is like
2-91. Motor racing is probably … sport in the world.
(a) the most expensive
(b) most expensive
(c) more expensive
(e) the expensivest
2-92. He passed his English exam very … .
2-93. You’ve never … to New York.
2-94. Domestic cats usually eat at home, but today … lunch in a restaurant.
(a) its are eating
(b) its are having
(c) they have
(d) they are having
(e) its have
2-95. … you ever visited London?
2-96. We … lunch when the phone ... .
(a) had / rang
(b) were having / rang
(c) were having / was ringing
(d) had / has rung
(e) were having / rings
2-97. We … go out to a restaurant during the week, because when we get home from work we're too tired.
(a) hardly ever
(b) very seldom
(c) nearly never
(e) hardly never
2-98. Not mentioning anyone.... , but who left the door open all night?
(d) in particular
2-99. What does he look like? - He's quite tall and he has short, dark … .
2-100. We waited and waited and at … he arrived.