Onolingo Swift Level Assessment

Onolingo's Swift Level Assessment

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.

PLEASE BE AWARE: before you begin the test, find a quiet place, with a strong internet connection, where you will not be disturbed.

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.

At the end of the test, you will be asked to give your name and email address so that you can receive your results. As stated in our Privacy Policy, Onolingo will never sell your data, nor send you unwanted emails.

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

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I like pizza, and you? _______________ pizza, too?

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My sister lives in Chicago. _______________ likes it there.

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I live in England. _______________ are you from?

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Airline Agent: Here are your tickets and boarding passes. Have a nice flight.

Passenger: Thank you. Oh, and could you tell me where our _______________ gate is?

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Hotel clerk: Good evening. May I help you?

Traveller: Yes, _________________________?

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Restaurant server: What can I bring you?

Customer: Hmm, ______________________________.

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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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Fred: Barney, it's nice to see you again!

Barney: _________________________, Fred.

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Patty: I'll give you a ring sometime next week.

Susan: Great! _________________________.

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Chris: I like your jacket. Where did you get it?

Sam: I _______________ it at the Paris flea market last year.

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Have you ever _______________ anything that wasn't yours?

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On Friday evenings, Norman likes to meet his friends at the pub, but sometimes his friends want to go on Saturday.

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Sam doesn't like to go out dancing, but twice a year he goes with his wife.

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Martin: Shall we eat dinner before or after the film?

Patty: Well, the film starts _______________ 18:30, but it's only 90 minutes long. So, let's eat after.

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Patty: That's an interesting picture, Chuck.

Chuck: Yes, I like it, too. It was painted _______________ my sister. She's an artist.

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Well, we're all packed. We're leaving _______________ Oslo in the morning.

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Julie: What have you got there?

Mary: Oh, it's a postcard _______________ my brother.

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Gerry: I heard you went to the theatre yesterday. How was it?

Thad: The play was great, but our babysitter arrived 30 minutes late, which meant we had to drive very fast. Fortunately, we arrived just _______________ time.

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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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Doug: Have you seen my keys, Adam?

Adam: Aren't they __________ the table?

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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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When I was younger, I _______________ in a band.

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Rose: Are you going to Samuel and Jennifer's wedding next month?

Ada: Oh, are they were getting married? I guess they _______________ me.

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Rachelle: A fantastic new club has just opened. Do you want to go with us this evening?

Sarah: Thanks, but I _______________ to bed early. I've got a lot to do tomorrow.

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I could really use your help tomorrow afternoon, if _________________________ anything.

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The cities of the future _________________________ self-driving cars and moving walkways.

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I'm sorry _______________ you.

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I don't remember _______________ this door.

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Uncle Albert paid _______________ our lunch.

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We will go sailing on Saturday ______________________________

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

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We ____________________ the game if we’d had a bit more time.

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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.

36 / 80

Nobody wanted to work this morning. Everybody was just _________________________.

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I could really use your help in here, if you can _________________________ your iPad for a few minutes.

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Well, we've got a lot of work done today! I'm feeling thirsty, and you? Are you _______________ having a pint at the pub?

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

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I have a great-aunt who lives near Washington D.C. Whenever I'm in the area I like to call _______________ her.

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I put the wrong code into my phone three times! After that I was _________________________.

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I look forward _______________ you next week.

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The children spent the morning _______________ the garden.

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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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As soon as the lecture ended, people _______________ out of the hall.

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My uncle Albert loves to _______________ jokes on people.

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Tom: How was the traffic this morning?

Jerry: It was pretty _______________.

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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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Don was fired from his job, and he's too _______________ to tell his wife.

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There's a special exhibition on Bauhaus design at the museum. My friend said she found it very _______________.

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Oh, no! There isn't _______________ more coffee. We've completely run out.

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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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I thought that I had left early enough for the airport, but traffic was much worse than usual. I ended up missing my flight _______________ five minutes. Can you believe it?

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I know it's far away, but can you tell what _______________ is?

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One of my best teachers was Mr. Webber. I learned a _______________ deal from him.

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

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You must be twins! No one person could have so _______________ problems.

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My family was certainly not rich. My father never made _______________ money.

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I can't believe what good luck we've had. The people who moved in next door to us are _______________ nice.

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Why don't you drop by _______________ time? We would like to see you!

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I think you'll really like Christopher. He's _______________ a nice guy.

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

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The first summer that I worked as a camp counsellor was hard because I wasn't _________________________ up so early every morning.

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

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Raymond: What was the most difficult thing about working in Shenzhen, Jeffery?

Jeffery: Well, the language, I suppose. It's not easy to _________________________ in a foreign language.

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As we grow older, it's only natural for our hair to ____________________.

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Look at those clouds! It'll probably rain. We'd better _________________________.

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I'm not sure whether to paint the kitchen myself or to __________ it painted by a professional.

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Gather around, everyone, and lend me your ____________________. I have an incredible story to tell you.

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The boys wanted to know if I would ____________________ them use the boat this weekend.

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Simon didn't want to tidy up his room, but his mother _______________ him do it.

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

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

75 / 80

Traveling by airplane costs a lot more money today. It  _______________ a lot less.

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While you're waiting, __________ I bring you something to drink?

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Gretchen: Help yourself to more coffee, Robert.

Robert: Thank you, ______________________________.

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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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