KET Reading and Writing Part 5

Index

Read the article about English pubs.
Choose the best word (A, B or C) for each space.

The Great English Pub

Whenever you find yourself (1) ... England there will be a pub nearby. Some will be old-style, with indoor games of darts and dark wooden beams – just the right place for a pint of beer with fish and chips. (2) ... pubs are (3) ... modern and also offer great British food at reasonable prices.

Pubs are open every day from 11.00 a.m. You can buy alcoholic drinks or soft (4) .... Most pubs also serve coffee (5) ... tea, too. To enter a pub you (6) ... be over fourteen and to buy any alcoholic drinks – eighteen or older. Pubs are good places for socialising. Some people can spend hours over (7) ... ginger ale or beer, talking (8) ... friends or complete strangers.

  1. A) in B) on C) at
  2. A) Another B) Others C) Other
  3. A) more B) most C) as
  4. A) one B) some C) ones
  5. A) so B) or C) but
  6. A) have B) must C) need
  7. A) they B) them C) their
  8. A) to B) for C) over
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IN => used with countries, continents, cities.

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OTHER => (BEFORE PLURAL NOUNS) used to refer to people or things that are additional or different to people or things.

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MORE => used as the comparative of 'much', 'a lot of', 'many' - larger number or amount of.

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ONES => (PLURAL) used to avoid repeating a noun.

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OR => used to introduce another possibility.

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MUST => used to say that something is necessary or very important.

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THEIR => used as a possessive determiner (followed by a noun).

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TO => 'talk' is followed by 'to' or 'with'.