Pronouns, substitution and leaving out words. Advanced Grammar Test.

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Which of the four alternatives completes the sentences in the correct or most likely way? Sometimes more than one alternative is possible. Best answers can be seen in red on mouse hover.
Pronouns, substitution and leaving out words
Adjectives
The future
Modals
Reporting
Be, have, do, make, etc.
Questions
Passives
Verbs: infinitives, -ing forms, etc.
Articles
Determiners and quantifiers
Relative clauses and other types of clause
Adverbs and conjunctions
Prepositions
Organising information
Tenses
Nouns and compounds

The scheme allows students from many countries to communicate......................

each other
with each other
themselves
with one another

'We need new curtains.' 'Okay, let's buy......................'

ones with flowers on
ones
one
some

'I don't suppose there'll be any seats left.' 'No, I......................'

don't suppose
suppose
don't suppose so
suppose not

They needed someone who was both an excellent administrator and manager. ..................... was not easy to find.

Such a person
A such person
Such
Such person

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

could have
could
could been
could have been

The report is very critical and is clearly.....................

intended to be
intended to
intended
intend to be

Upper-Intermediate Tests