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E’ composto da tre parti, che danno una visione più ampia della vostra conoscenza della lingua:

1) La parte grammaticale rimane ma è stata ridotta e semplificata
2) La seconda parte verifica la vostra conoscenza dell’uso della lingua, ovvero come la si parla
3) La terza parte riguarda la comprensione

In ogni parte del test ci sono domande più facili, quelle “medie” e quelle più difficili. Poi verrà calcolato un punteggio in base alla somma delle risposte giuste.
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So go on! ..and Good Luck!

Inserisci il tuo nome:

Inserisci il tuo numero di cellulare e indirizzo email:

She’s my sister. _______ name is Louisa.

 
 
 

Where _____ they from?

 
 
 

__________________ English?

 
 
 

Paul ________ 20 cigarettes a day.

 
 
 

I can’t help you now, I ____________ at the moment.

 
 
 

What _____________________ yesterday?

 
 
 

We _______________ anywhere last weekend. We stayed at home.

 
 
 

I _________ a great film last night.

 
 
 

That is _____________ .

 
 
 

While I _____________ TV last night, the phone rang.

 
 
 

________________ to Turkey?

 
 
 

We __________ to Paris next Saturday. We booked the tickets via the internet.

 
 
 

What ______________________ this evening?

 
 
 

I’m not sure. Maybe I __________ a film.

 
 
 

If it ________ later, we’ll go to the cinema.

 
 
 

I love Saturdays because I ______________ to work.

 
 
 

Rome is __________ city in Italy.

 
 
 

Florence is ____________ than Milan.

 
 
 

He has decided ___________ to university.

 
 
 

I ___________ my friends on Saturday night.

 
 
 

I ____________ for this company for 6 years.

 
 
 

She _________________ English since October.

 
 
 

If I ________ the lottery, I would travel the world.

 
 
 

The telephone ________________ by Alexander Bell.

 
 
 

By the time we arrived, they _____________

 
 
 

When we were young, we _____________ swimming every Sunday.

 
 
 

It’s a lovely day today, ______?

 
 
 

If I ___________ about that, I would have told you.

 
 
 

Here’s your coat – ___________ !

 
 
 

I wish I ____________ languages when I was at university.

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

How are you?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

Excuse me, could you help me?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

Would you like some coffee?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

I need the report before Friday

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

Shall we start?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

Would you mind closing the window?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

Are you doing anything on Saturday?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

8.    Do you agree?

 
 
 

I’m sorry, what was that?

 
 
 

Choose the best answer (Scegli la risposta migliore)

Are you with me on that?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
What is this text about?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
When were the members of The Beatles born?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
Where is Liverpool?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
Where did John Lennon meet Stu Sutcliffe?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
How did The Beatles’ luck change after returning from Germany?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
Why did fans shout “Pete Forever, Ringo Never”?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
Where did “Beatlesmania” start?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
When was the album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” produced?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
What tone did their later music have?

 
 
 

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The famous British pop band “The Beatles” had four members: John Lennon, James Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Richard Starkey (later known as Ringo Starr). They were all born in the 1940s, in Liverpool, on the north-west coast of England. At the time Liverpool was an economically depressed town.

John Lennon met Paul McCartney when they were both performing in Skiffle Groups, which were bands that played a combination of folk, rock and jazz. Paul introduced John to George Harrison, who was two years younger but showed extraordinary talent. John, Paul and George, with the addition of John’s Friend from art college, Stu Sutcliffe and another friend Pete Best, went out to work in German clubs.

Stu, after some months in Germany, died of a brain hemorrhage, which some suspect was due to his previous involvement in a club fight. The remaining members, now called “The Silver Beatles” returned to Liverpool.
After meeting a young record storeowner Brian Epstein, their luck changed. After convincing the Beatles to smarten their image, they changed their leather jackets for matching suits. Epstein never gave up on the Beatles and eventually they began to have success.
A decision was later made by the group to drop Pete Best as drummer, because they wanted Ringo to be their drummer. However, fans of their live performances were disappointed about the change of drummers and for a long time a chant of “Pete Forever, Ringo Never” accompanied their shows.
The Beatles began to become immensely popular in Europe. Then after their hyped-up landing at Kennedy Airport in America in February 1964, “Beatles Mania” really took off –fan hysteria, particularly amoungst female teenagers.
Some time later, however, they began to write songs about more serious issues, and began to reflect the dark world of the era: war, drugs, crime. (It was the time when the Vietnam War was taking place). The album “Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” demonstrated this.
Although they made a few more albums, most notably “Abbey Road”, Beatlemania was clearly coming to an end. In 1970 Paul officially announced he was leaving the Beatles, and The Beatles went to pursue musical careers and separate lives – Beatlemania was gone forever.

QUESTION:
Is Beatlesmania likely to return?

 
 
 

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5 thoughts on “Test d’Inglese

  1. Non conosco bene la storia dei Beatles.
    Due o tre domande secondo me (data la mia poca conoscenza della lingua)avevano più possibilità di risposta

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