Вопросы теста по английскому языку (Some, any, no, every и их производные) c ответами



1. Choose the best answer.
I can`t imagine there is ... on earth who can answer that question.
  • 1) anyone
  • 1) nowhere
  • 2) somewhere
  • 3) something
  • 4) everybody
2. Choose the best answer.
My purse is ... in the kitchen but I`m not quite sure where.
  • 1) somewhere
  • 1) anywhere
  • 2) nowhere
  • 3) everywhere
  • 4) everything
3. Choose the best answer.
There isn`t ... food left but there are ... drinks.
  • 1) any/-
  • 1) some/some
  • 2) some/any
  • 3) any/any
  • 4) any/some
4. Choose the best answer.
Please give me ... interesting books to read if you have ... .
  • 1) any/some
  • 1) some/any
  • 2) anything/any
  • 3) any/something
  • 4) some/something
5. Choose the best answer.
Let`s go ... today as I have a splitting headache.
  • 1) somewhere
  • 1) nowhere
  • 2) anywhere
  • 3) everywhere
  • 4) somehow
6. Choose the best answer.
He never puts ... sugar in his coffee.
  • 1) anything
  • 1) some
  • 2) no
  • 3) any
  • 4) something
7. Choose the best answer.
- Hurry up! Ann may turn up at ... moment.
- Stop being nervous. We have still ... minutes left to tidy up the room.
  • 1) every/some
  • 1) some/any
  • 2) any/some
  • 3) some/some
  • 4) any/any
8. Choose the best answer.
Could you go to the store and buy ... milk? We don`t have ... more.
  • 1) any/anything
  • 1) something/some
  • 2) anything/any
  • 3) any/some
  • 4) some/any
9. Choose the best answer.
- Why does Kate always go round with Sue?
- Because she doesn`t know ... .
  • 1) nobody
  • 1) nothing
  • 2) someone
  • 3) no one
  • 4) anybody
10. Complete the sentence.
We got home late. We were very tired and ... went to bed at once.
  • 1) anybody
  • 1) nobody
  • 2) somebody
  • 3) anything
  • 4) everybody
11. Complete the sentence.
I can`t find my watch ... . I`ve looked for it ... .
  • 1) nothing/anything
  • 1) something/everywhere
  • 2) everywhere/nowhere
  • 3) anywhere/everywhere
  • 4) anybody/nobody
12. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
"But I can`t do ... for him", - the girl told ... friend.
  • 1) somebody/their
  • 1) anything/her
  • 2) something/any
  • 3) theirs/nothing
  • 4) anybody/no
13. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
It is the pride of many people never to have ... time.
  • 1) anything
  • 1) some
  • 2) no
  • 3) any
  • 4) none
14. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
There was ... snakelike in the boy`s black eyes.
  • 1) someone
  • 1) something
  • 2) some
  • 3) anything
  • 4) none
15. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
She felt the nameless ... that made her stop.
  • 1) anybody
  • 1) nothing
  • 2) everybody
  • 3) anything
  • 4) something
16. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
I never have ... for breakfast but a cup of hot milk.
  • 1) someone
  • 1) nothing
  • 2) anything
  • 3) everything
  • 4) anyone
17. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
Can you give me ... to eat? I`m very hungry.
  • 1) anything
  • 1) nothing
  • 2) what
  • 3) someone
  • 4) anybody
18. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
I didn`t want to think about ... else but English.
  • 1) nothing
  • 1) someone
  • 2) anything
  • 3) everywhere
  • 4) nobody
19. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
He always looks unhappy. ... in the world can please him.
  • 1) anybody
  • 1) something
  • 2) nothing
  • 3) anything
  • 4) someone
20. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
Have you packed ... ?
  • 1) anybody
  • 1) someone
  • 2) everybody
  • 3) everything
  • 4) nobody
21. Choose the best answer.
Mrs.Brown was shown two ready-made suits, but she didn`t like ... of them.
  • 1) either
  • 1) neither
  • 2) some
  • 3) every
  • 4) none
22. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
... must take care of books as they are ... best friends.
  • 1) everything/their
  • 1) something/my
  • 2) anybody/our
  • 3) everybody/our
  • 4) anything/my
23. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
... knows the proverb "Scratch ... back and I`ll scratch ...!"
  • 1) everybody/your/my
  • 1) anybody/his/hers
  • 2) everybody/my/yours
  • 3) nobody/our/his
  • 4) anybody/your/mine
24. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
We had ... to help us. We were alone.
  • 1) anything
  • 1) somebody
  • 2) no one
  • 3) nothing
  • 4) everyone
25. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
You will find ... news in ... paper ... read.
  • 1) those/some/they
  • 1) these/-/one
  • 2) this/any/you
  • 3) no/some/we
  • 4) -/-/you
26. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
He said ... about ... in ... last letter.
  • 1) nobody/them/her
  • 1) nothing/it/his
  • 2) me/nothing/his
  • 3) anything/something/their
  • 4) hers/their/our
27. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
If you find ... money on the floor, it is .... I dropped ... this morning.
  • 1) much/her/any
  • 1) no/yours/some
  • 2) any/some/mine
  • 3) -/whose/one
  • 4) any/mine/some
28. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
Have you got ... interesting book? Give me ... to read.
  • 1) some/nothing
  • 1) any/something
  • 2) any/nothing
  • 3) some/anybody
  • 4) no/anything
29. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
If you want to contact ... of them, try to do so before lunch break.
  • 1) same
  • 1) no
  • 2) any
  • 3) someone
  • 4) anybody
30. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
I think the trouble is that ... of them know ... about his disappearance.
  • 1) none/anybody
  • 1) something/none
  • 2) nothing/some
  • 3) none/anything
  • 4) anything/some
31. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
I think it is useless to tell ... what he ... is not sure of.
  • 1) no one/himself
  • 1) anyone/herself
  • 2) someone/oneself
  • 3) anyone/himself
  • 4) everyone/oneself
32. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
The exam was very easy ... could have passed.
  • 1) someone
  • 1) somebody
  • 2) anybody
  • 3) nobody
  • 4) none
33. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
You can read ... book by this author, they are ... interesting.
  • 1) every/some
  • 1) any/all
  • 2) its/our
  • 3) any/their
  • 4) my/all
34. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
I wanted to buy a coat for ... . There were many coats on sale but ... suited me.
  • 1) herself/none of them
  • 1) myself/some of them
  • 2) oneself/any of them
  • 3) yourself/not any of them
  • 4) myself/none of them
35. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
Nick hasn`t read ... books by this writer. So he`ll take ... book you have.
  • 1) any/some
  • 1) any/any
  • 2) some/any
  • 3) some/some
  • 4) any/-
36. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
... has left ... book here.
  • 1) Anyone/its
  • 1) Something/it
  • 2) Someone/them
  • 3) Someone/hers
  • 4) Someone/his
37. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
Why didn`t you ask ... to help you?
  • 1) somebody
  • 1) something
  • 2) nothing
  • 3) no one
  • 4) anything
38. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
There was ... wrong with the car but Roger could do ... at that moment.
  • 1) nothing/something
  • 1) something/nothing
  • 2) anything/something
  • 3) something/anything
  • 4) some/none
39. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
- Have you got ... questions?
- Yes, I`ve got ... .
  • 1) some/any
  • 1) some/some
  • 2) any/some
  • 3) any/any
  • 4) some/something
40. Choose the best word to complete the sentence.
I asked two people the way to the station but ... of them knew.
  • 1) none
  • 1) either
  • 2) both
  • 3) neither
  • 4) any
41. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
- Are there ... trifles on the table?
- No, there are ... .
  • 1) any/none
  • 1) some/no
  • 2) any/nothing
  • 3) any/no
  • 4) any/some
42. Choose the appropriate pronoun(s).
I should find ... who can give me ... information on this question.
  • 1) anything/any
  • 1) any/something
  • 2) somebody/some
  • 3) something/some
  • 4) any/anything
43. Choose the appropriate answer.
One of the famous research institutes in physics was named after an American scientist ... ago.
  • 1) sometimes
  • 1) some time
  • 2) several times
  • 3) any time
  • 4) same time

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