Onolingo's Swift Level Assessment (OSLA) checks your knowledge of English so you can choose the right course for your language level. There are 80 questions in total. You have 30 minutes, at most, to finish the test, but you might finish faster.

Read each question carefully, then choose the best answer of the 3 or 4 possibilities. If you feel unsure, do not worry. This is normal.

Each time you select an answer, the test automatically moves to the next question. If you think that you have made a mistake, do not worry, there are enough questions that the test can still give you an accurate result.

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Answer as many questions as you can, even if you do not know the right answer. You may stop the test at any time, but the more questions you answer, the more accurate your result will be.

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I come from America, and you? _______________ you from America, too?

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In your town, _________________________?

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Ben wants to use the iPad. Can you bring it to _______________?

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I like Italian food. _______________ is the food in this Italian restaurant?

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Airline Agent: Would you prefer a window seat or to sit on the _______________?

Passenger: A window seat, please.

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Hotel clerk: So, here is your credit card back. You're all checked in. Would you like a wake up call?

Hotel guest: Oh, ______________________________.

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Restaurant server: So, how was everything? Can I bring you anything else?

Customer: Everything was fine, but _________________________.

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Visitor: Excuse me, is there a tourist office near here?

Person in the street: Yes, ______________________________. The tourist office will be on your left.

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Mick Jagger: Hi, I'm Mick.

Larry Smith: _________________________, Mick? I'm Larry.

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Spencer: Hi Thorsten, how are you?

Thorsten: _________________________

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Person at airport: Well, it was a pleasure meeting you. Have a good flight!

Other person at airport: Yes, _________________________. I wish you a good flight, as well.

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Frank: Do you know that book, "Where the Wild Things Are"? Who _______________ it?

Shelly: Maurice Sendak, I think.

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Than: You don't look so good today, George.

George: Really? That's funny because I have never _______________ better.

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Mark doesn't like to go to the cinema, but one or two times a year he goes with his wife.

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Most Mondays, Martha comes to visit me, but if she doesn't have time she'll visit me the following day.

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I'm an engineer. I work _______________ Siemens.

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Angelina: I've heard this song before, but do you know who wrote it?

Mason: I think the song is _______________ Bob Dylan.

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Maybel: That's a lovely jacket, June.

June: Thanks. I got it _______________ my birthday.

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I have a very old stamp in my collection. It dates _______________ the 17th century.

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Samantha: What's the matter with your eyes?

Joseph: It's the pollen. This always happens to me _______________ spring.

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Julie: Who is that boy in the picture?

Mary: Oh, it's a picture _______________ my brother when he was 12 years old.

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Dale: What time should I arrive for dinner?

Paige: We'll start dinner at 7:30, and please be _______________ time because we're going out dancing afterwards.

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Ellen: Do you want to come down to the pub with us?

Thomas: Thanks, but I ____________________ this report and I have to finish it today.

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Custancia: Have you always lived here?

Ruth: Well, I have lived most of my life here, but I _______________ about 50KM away.

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Could you drive me to the station? My car _______________ down.

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Winston: If you don't have any plans you could come over to our place on Saturday.

Jimmy: Thanks, but we _______________ visit my aunt Ginny on Saturday.

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Eric: Would you like to go to brunch with us on Sunday?

Larry: I'd love to, but _______________ my uncle with his computer on Sunday.

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I think that by the year 2050, most of the world's people _______________ English.

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Sorry I was late today. I promise _______________ on time tomorrow.

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I'm completely happy here. I can't imagine _______________ anywhere else.

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In the evenings, I usually _______________  jazz music.

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We will go to the concert on Saturday ______________________________

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If energy _______________ inexpensive and unlimited, many things in the world would be different.

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My friend, Jerry, bought a house in the country, but he says living in the country is boring. Jerry would have been happier with his decision, if he ______________________________

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The time I broke my brother's camera he went _______________ me like never before. That's the only time I've ever had a black eye.

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After losing their way, they wandered _______________ aimlessly till the rescue service found them.

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I don't like my cousin Richard. He thinks he knows everything better, and he's always _________________________.

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When I was younger, I was never much _________________________ cards, but now I quite enjoy Bridge.

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As my grandmother often said, "Do not put _______________ till tomorrow what you can do today."

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I don't believe a word you're saying. I think _________________________ .

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I wish that you would cut _______________ the nonsense and come to the point.

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I don't trust that Michael, I think he's _________________________ something.

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Believe it or not, some people find it quite easy to _______________ a new foreign language.

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We are running out of time. It's _______________ important that we take a decision now.

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Dinner will be ready in 30 minutes. Why don't you relax and _______________ your feet up till then?

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Would you like to _______________ us a visit on Saturday?

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Ritchie: Hey Mike! I didn't see you at the meeting last Friday.

Mike: That's because I was on a business _______________ all last week.

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Edna: So, Hank, it must feel good to be back in your home country. Where are you staying while you're here?

Hank: _______________ we're staying with my mother, but next week we're heading south to visit my brother for a few days.

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There's a lecture at the Natural History Museum tomorrow evening on spelunking. If you're _______________ we could go together.

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I wouldn't say that the tennis match was _______________ exactly, but I have seen better.

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There's a bit of Darjeeling tea left, but I'm afraid there isn't _______________ more Earl Grey, Jean-Luc. You've drunk it all.

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May I _______________ some mayonnaise to go with my fries, please?

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The first time I was in London I was surprised that the city is really not all that _______________. You can easily get around on foot.

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I don't know what this word means. Can I _______________ your dictionary for a minute?

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Billy: Hey Frank, is everything alright? You looked stressed.

Frank: Yes, I am stressed. I'm not finished with this report and my boss needs it _______________ four this afternoon.

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Look at what I have in my hand! Can you guess what _______________ are?

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Romeo and Juliet is perhaps the _______________ love story ever told.

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My brother _______________ me his tent and sleeping bag so that I could go camping this weekend.

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There is a saying in English: "Too _______________ cooks spoil the broth.

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Michelle: Would you like to go to the park with us?

Barry: I'd love to, but I've got _______________ work.

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Have you heard that Brian didn't pass his driving test? The poor guy: he's _______________ disappointed.

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Wilma: Your cake was wonderful, Betty!

Betty: Thank you! There is a little bit left.  Would you like _______________ more?

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Oh! I didn't realize that it was _______________ a late hour. I must get going.

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My grandmother didn't learn to drive a car _______________ she was nearly 40 years old.

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Betty Lou: Pierre's English was much better five years ago.

Leroy: Well, he doesn't use English in his new job. I don't think he's _______________ English anymore.

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I was very sad after my dog died, but in time I _________________________.

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Harry: The summer when I was 20 I worked on a fishing boat.

Elizabeth: Interesting!

Harry: It was, but it took me about half the summer to _________________________ up so early every morning.

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Vincent van Gogh is one of the greatest painters, but he eventually _______________ mad.

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I'll be ready to leave in ten minutes. I'm just going to _________________________.

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You know the woman who decorated the Jones' house? Well, we're _______________ her do ours, as well.

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Oh, I'm glad you're here. I need some help. Could you ____________________ me a hand?

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Martin was very happy because his boss ____________________ home early.

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Spencer wanted to go home early, but his boss _______________ him stay late.

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Sales person: Well, have you made up your _______________?

Customer: Yes, I'll take the green one.

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My grandfather told me that when he was a child they _______________ so many TV channels.

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The coffee is fresh. __________ you like some?

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Alice: Would you like another piece of cake, Pierre?

Pierre: Thank you. It was delicious, but _________________________ eat another bite.

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The room feels too warm to me. Would you _________________________ the window?

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Host: How is your accommodation?

Visitor: Oh, ______________________________.

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Randy: Here's your coffee.

Tom: Thank you!

Randy: _________________________

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