Welcome to our English Quiz! This is a short, fun quiz to evaluate your English ability. Find out if your language skills are good enough to study in a UK university. Please enter an email to receive quiz results. Email 1. The film was ________. Nothing happened.ConfusingBoredReally boringEmbarassing 2. Sweden is ________ than Norway.BiggerMore bigLargeTaller 3. ________ the guitar since I was a child.I playI have been playingI been playingI've play 4. I got to the airport by ________ the bus.TakenTakingTalkingTake 5. What is in this picture? 6. What is in this picture? 7. What is in this picture? 8. What is in this picture? 9. What is this person saying? https://unibritannica.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/quiz_1.mp3A hungry fox saw some fine bunchs of grapes.A hungery fox saw some fine bunches of grapes.A hungry focks saw some fine bunches of grapes.A hungry fox saw some fine bunches of grapes. 10. What is this person saying?https://unibritannica.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/quiz_3.mp3There was once a house that was overrun with mice.There was wonce a house that was overrun with mice.There was once a house that was overun with mice.There was once a howse that was overrun with mice. 11. What is this person saying?https://unibritannica.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/quiz_2.mp3A man and his wife had the good fortune to possess a goose which layed a gold egg every day.A man and his wife had the good fortune to possess a goose which laid a golden egg every day.A man and his wife had the good fortune to posses a goose that laid a golden egg every day.A man and his wyfe had the good fortune to posess a goose which laid a golden egg every day. 12. What is this person saying?https://unibritannica.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/quiz_4.mp3Notoreity is often mistaken for fame.Notoriety is often mistake for fame.Notoriety is often mistaken for flame.Notoriety is often mistaken for fame. 13. Complete the sentenceThere was once poor widow who lived in a lonely cottage. 14. Complete the sentenceIn front of the cottage, there a garden with two rose trees, one of which had white roses and the other red roses. 15. Complete the sentenceShe had two children whose names were like the two trees: one was called Snow White the other Rose Red. 16. Complete the sentenceThe two children were so fond of one another that they always held each other the hand. 17. Select the fake wordSecularLegislationPreponeNominate 18. Select the fake wordPronunciateRelaxationGovernorTheorist 19. Select the fake wordPragnentLineageRefrigeratorCirculate 20. Select the fake wordAssessmentSworveBeneficiaryIndication Time is Up!