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Digital IELTS Level Test (B2)

 
Welcome to your advanced challenge!
 
In this quiz, you will be offered to answer 67 questions. This activity is timed, and only 1 attempt is allowed.
 
Most of the questions are multiple-choice type ones.
Besides, there are 2 checkbox questions, where multiple correct answers are to be found.
Furthermore, there are 3 questions that will require you to select an answer from the drop-down menu. 
And finally, there is 1 question where you will be asked to type a short answer.
 
The score is automatically calculated, it means that in the end you will be given the final score but not be shown the correct answers.
 
Should you wish to discuss your test performance, please, reach us at info@digitalielts.com
 
 
Welcome to your advanced challenge!
 
In this quiz, you will be offered to answer 67 questions. This activity is timed, and only 1 attempt is allowed.
 
Most of the questions are multiple-choice type ones.
Besides, there are 2 checkbox questions, where multiple correct answers are to be found.
Furthermore, there are 3 questions that will require you to select an answer from the drop-down menu. 
And finally, there is 1 question where you will be asked to type a short answer.
 
The score is automatically calculated, it means that in the end you will be given the final score but not be shown the correct answers.
 
Should you wish to discuss your test performance, please, reach us at info@digitalielts.com
 
Your name:
That is the easiest way to identify your results and be able to give feedback.
 
Note that at the end of the test you will be asked to provide an email address. It is for feedback purposes only.
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Select all of the positions in the sentence where the adverb “graciously” could be correctly inserted:

(A,)  Lana  (B)  agreed  (C)  to  (D)  host  (E)  the  (F)  party (,G).
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Select all slots where the negation “not” could be correctly inserted:

Had (A) he (B) been (C) walking (D) by here, he (E) would (F) have (G) seen (H) the birds.

A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Select the correct option to fill the gap:

“Why didn’t you come? I was counting __ you!”

for
on
at
about
Report this sentence correctly:

There were a few issues with the design”

 
She told that there are a few issues with the design.
She said there had been a few issues with the design.
She said there are a few issues with the design.
She told that there have been a few issues with the design.
Complete the sentence with one of the options:

John didn’t want to go to sleep, which was an issue since he had a big presentation__________. 

 
the previous day
today
the following day
In which sentence can you delete “that”?
The cat that sits on the sofa
The cat that I petted yesterday
The cat that used to come here
What word CANNOT go in the blank?

Kyle ended up rescuing the dog ____ we saw at the kennel.

 
that
who
(empty)
Fill the blank:

Nora gave me some bad news, but said I shouldn’t let it _____ me.

 
affect
infect
effect
defect
Fill the blank by selecting the right order for the adjectives:

Out of these, I prefer the _____ ball.

 
blue big plastic
plastic big blue
big blue plastic
blue plastic big
Select which of these is NOT an existing phrasal verb:
 
look out
look for
look about
look at
Which word does not fit in the blank?

We went for a walk and saw the _____. Water landscapes are so poetic…

 
canals
glaciers
lagoons
reservoirs
Fill the blank:

The audience is actually very friendly, you _____ be afraid!

 
can’t
wouldn’t
needn’t
Which of the options CANNOT be used to finish the sentence?

“If you hadn’t taken so long to get ready…”

 
we would have got there on time
we should have got there on time
we might have got there on time
we could have got there on time
Which sentence is NOT correct?
 
He must have forgotten about the meeting.
She can’t have climb all those stairs!
They may have found a way out.
What’s another way of saying the following sentence?
 

“Sally probably started the project”

Sally should have started the project.
Sally might have started the project.
Sally can have started the project.
What’s NOT another way of saying the following sentence:

“You have not written the letter”

 
The letter is written by someone else
The letter is written by you
The letter isn’t typed by you
Which of the following combinations CANNOT fill the blanks:
 

“They ____ by here when they _____ the car”

 
will be driving ~ will see
were driving ~ saw
are driving ~ have seen
Which sentence DOES NOT mean the same thing as the one given below:
 

They plan to start a new business.

 
 
They’re going to start a new business.
They are starting a new business.
They start a new business.
They will start a new business.
Which of these sentences is correct:
 
I wish she succeeds.
He wished I would come visit.
You wish she will not miss the meeting.
We wish you stop being so hard on yourself.
What’s NOT a possible start to this sentence?

____, but this time it was going to be different.

 
I went to Cyprus once in 2002
She would often come to my parties
He used to stutter in front of them
They didn’t have a habit of getting angry at small things
What’s NOT a synonym of this sentence?

You can’t be done with it!

 
It’s not possible that you are done with it.
I forbid you to be done with it.
I don’t believe you are done with it.
It’s a good sign that you are done with it.
Which of the following combinations can fill the blanks?
 

While I ______ dinner, I realised I ______ the potatoes.

 
cooked ~ forgot to buy
had cooked ~ had forgotten to buy
was cooking ~ had forgotten to buy
had cooked ~ have forgotten to buy
Select the phrase synonym to the one given:

He wouldn’t have forgotten such an important thing.

 
Such an important thing wouldn’t have been forgotten by him.
Such an important thing wouldn’t be forgotten by him.
Such an important thing wouln’t not have been forgotten by him.
Such an important thing wouldn’t have forgotten by him.
Select the phrase that CANNOT be used to start the sentence:

_____, but she didn’t end up doing so.

 
She said she was going to go to medical school
She said she might have gone to medical school
She said she would go to medical school
She said she wanted to go to medical school
Fill the blank:

I wish…

 
you pay me more attention
you would pay me more attention
you should pay me more attention
you paying me more attention
Which of these sentences is NOT correct:
I would always be annoyingly messy when I was a teenager.
In first grade, I used to get on really well with Frank.
Sean had pink hair for a while.
Joe never really liked pop music.
Which of these sentences can be used to finish the phrase:

Once I read this book,___

I will have been knowing all the answers
I will be knowing all the answers
I will have known all the answers
I will know all the answers
Which of these sentences can be used to start the phrase:

_______, by the time you’re done.

 
I won’t finish it
I will have finished it
I am going to finished it
I have had finished it
Which of these sentences can be used to finish the phrase:

In 2030, ______.

 
I will have been reading the newspaper every day
I will going to be a millionaire
I will have been working this job for 10 years
I will sold my house
Which of these sentences CANNOT be used to start the phrase:
 

If __________, she would have won.

 
she hadn’t been playing against Nora
she practiced
she had tried harder
she was going to be focused
Which of these sentences is NOT correct:
I was happy Alex remembered to bring the recipe.
I was happy Alex had remembered to bring the recipe.
I was happy Alex did remember to bring the recipe.
I was happy Alex’d had remembered to bring the recipe.
Choose the best alternative:
 
 
I see you haven’t _____________  much this week.
got up to
got off to
Choose the best alternative:
 
 
It’s been a very long day, I’m going to ___________!
wind up
wind down
Choose the best alternative: Thank you for the offer, I will think it ___________!
back
over
Complete the dialogue:
Select the answer from the drop-down options:
Alex: Why are you holding off taking that loaf out the oven? Barbara: I’m waiting until (1)______
Alex: It’s past time, then! In a few minutes, (2)______ for the last half hour!
Complete the dialogue:
Select the answer from the drop-down options:
Joe: Oh, why didn’t I (1)______ earlier!
Bill: Indeed! If you (2) ________ earlier, we wouln’t have to be so worried now!
Complete the dialogue:
Select the answer from the drop-down options:
Sam: (1)_________that letter?
Tasha: Post office is closed today, remember? Don’t worry, (2)_______ it by the deadline.
Which one of these is the MOST FORMAL reply?
 
 
Q: “Help me carry my grocery bags”
I’d be happy to, which one’s the heaviest?
Sure, here you go, let me grab that one.
Nah, not today, gotta dash.
I’m terribly sorry, but I’m unfortunately rushing somewhere.
Complete this sentence:
 

We’ll have wrapped this up, ____ you get here.

by the time
in the time
for the time
at the time
Which of these words CANNOT fill the gap?
 
 
What a lovely assistant you have found! He’s so _____ with everything!
thorough
prompt
callous
scrupulous
Fill the blank using “must” + the correct verb form, so that the meaning of the second sentence matches that of the first.
 

I bet he gave up halfway through.


He ________ halfway through.

What’s the meaning of the sentence below?
 
 
When my mum arrives, I’ll be going to pick up the kids.
I will have picked up the kids before my mum arrives.
I will have left to pick up the kids before my mum arrives.
I willl leave for the school once my mum is here.
Fill the gap:
 
 
The lake ___ we saw on the way.
what
who
that
Fill the gap:
 
 
I _____ you can come! 
wish
hope
must
may
Which of the following CANNOT fill the gap?
 
 
The patient’s stomachache might be ______ of a greater problem.
a symptom
an indicator
an ailment
a signifier
What phrase is NOT compatible with the one below:
 
 
If I had had my diploma at the time, I would have got that job.
I have my diploma now.
I don’t have that job today.
I still don’t have my diploma.
I have that job today.
What adjective can be used to fill the gap?
 
 
Ah, I really wanted that red ____ lycra blazer! 
striped
short
new
What sentence can be used to fill the gap?
 
 
They had been rehearsing _______ 
all month loudly in the basement
loudly in the basement all month
in the basement loudly all month
What sentence can be used to fill the gap?
 
 
Albert: “He made a really horrible mistake! Has this happened before?”
 
Bianca: ____
He honestly does it well rarely.
Honestly, he rarely does it well.
Rarely, he does it honestly well.
He does it well honestly rarely.
Which of these sentence is NOT correct?
Suddenly, on that fateful night, something felt wrong.
I turn around to find he had cracked the code.
As I pulled up to the house, I see an owl.
Once in a blue moon, the legend said all the creatures would come together.
In which of these sentences can “that” be removed?
It felt odd to look that cow in the eyes.
They rejected the proposal that the syllabus be changed.
I don’t know where you got the idea that pineapples grow on trees.
I was told that I could help with the task.
Select the synonym for the following phrase:
 
 
Should you agree with this article, we can have a longer discussion about it.
The article has some very compelling points, you would be silly not to agree with it, as I will explain in a long discussion.
You will read the article and if you agree with it we can talk about it more in depth.
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