1. Education
Send to a Friend via Email

Advanced Level Quizzes - English Learning Quizzes for Advanced ESL

Grammar, vocabulary, listening comprehension, and reading comprehension quizzes for advanced level students. These quizzes test basic English learning objectives.
  1. Advanced Level Grammar Quizzes (24)
  2. Advanced Idiomatic Expressions Quizzes (12)

Australia: Missing Word Quiz
Fill in the missing word in this reading excerpt about Australia. This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination.

Canada: Missing Word Quiz
Fill in the missing word in this reading excerpt about Canada. This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination.

Commonly Confused Words
This list of word pairs focuses on similar word pairs that are commonly confused by ESL learners. Each word pair provides an explaination and examples providing context for each word.

Everyday Expressions Quiz II
Everyday Expressions Quiz for Advanced ESL Classes focusing on common idiomatic expressions in a difficult, but common context.

Financial Terminology Quizzes
A variety of quizzes designed to improve your vocabulary skills when talking about finances and business.

Fixed Expressions Quiz
English uses a number of fixed expressions in everyday conversations and writing, this quiz tests your understanding of fixed expressions in English.

Homophone Quizzes
Homonyms and homophones are one of two or more words that have the same sound and often the same spelling but differ in meaning (i.e. to, too, two). Test your knowledge of homophones with these quizzes.

Ireland: Missing Word Quiz
Fill in the missing word in this reading excerpt about Ireland. This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination.

Jack London: Listening Comprehension
Listen twice to this short excerpt from "Nothing That Ever Came To Anything" by Jack London and then answer comprehension questions.

Listening Comprehension: Conclusions #1
Choose the correct conclusion based on what you hear.

Listening Comprehension: Conclusions #2
Choose the correct conclusion based on what you hear.

Reading Comprehension: John F. Kennedy
Reading comprehension based on John F. Kennedy's 1961 inaugural speech.

Sentence Transformation Exercises
The ability to rewrite sentences so that they have the same meaning as the original is often required for many English ESL EFL Exams such as Cambridge's First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency. This skill can also help you prepare for the TOEFL examination (Test of English as a Foreign Language). There are five of these exercises in this series.

TOEFL Structure Practice
Interactive structure quiz similar to those of the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). There are five interactive exercises in this series.

UK: Missing Word Quiz
Fill in the missing word in this reading excerpt about the UK. This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination.

USA: Missing Word Quiz
Fill in the missing word in this reading excerpt about the USA. This type of examination exercise is common to upper level English examinations such as Cambridge Examinations' First Certificate, CAE and Proficiency exams, as well as for the vocabulary section of the TOEFL examination.

Verb Followed by Preposition - Quizzes
Certain verbs are followed by certain prepositions. Minor mistakes made in the choice of these prepositions is quite common, even among advanced level students. Check your accuracy with these advanced level quizzes.

What's Wrong - Improper Vocabulary Quiz
These four exercises focus on intensive reading. Read one sentence at a time and find the inappropriate vocabulary mistake or contradiction. All errors are in the choice of vocabulary NOT in grammar. After you have finished, go to the corrections page for the answers and explanations.

Word Form Gap Fill Quizzes
Use the word at the end of each gap to form a new word with which to fill the gap. While doing this exercise, look for clues which tell you what kind of word is missing (adjective, noun, verb, adverb). Make sure to take into consideration forms using various prefixes and suffixes, as well as negative forms.

Discuss in my forum

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.