Welcome to the ELC Intermediate Level test. This test is designed for users with a pre-intermediate or intermediate level of English. If you think your level is closer to elementary or advanced, choose one of the tests below. ELEMENTARY ADVANCED The test has four sections and should take about 20-30 minutes. Click on 'Next' to get started! Choose the best answer from the three options Manager: “Susan, please come to my office tomorrow morning to discuss this.”The manager is telling Susan that he will be in his office tomorrow morningThe manager needs to speak to Susan about something tomorrow morningThe manager is inviting Susan to speak to him tomorrow morning in his office Student: “I forgot to hand in my essay to the lecturer.”The student hasn’t finished his essay yetThe student didn’t submit his essayThe student didn’t remember the essay in his hand Shopkeeper: “I’m afraid we’re closed until Monday morning”The shopkeeper will close the store before Monday morningThe shopkeeper is sorry to close the store on Monday morningThe shopkeeper’s store is open on Monday morning Teacher: “Don’t put off your homework until the last minute”The teacher says homework should not be done at the last minuteThe teacher says homework isn’t put off at the last minuteThe teacher puts the student’s homework at the last minute “We don’t expect sales figures to rise before the end of next month”Sales figures probably will go up by next monthSales figures aren’t likely to increase this month or next monthSales figures will not expect to increase before next month The article below gives advice an studying for an exam. Match the text below with the numbered gaps in the article. 1Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment 2Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment 3Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment 4Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment 5Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment 6Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment 7Please select your answerBrainPlanningPeakBreakPrioritizeSeriouslyNourishment Two friends are planning to go for lunch. Number the sentences from the conversation in the correct order. The price is important, but also what they serve. I’m vegetarian. Cool, so I can book a table! Sure, it’s a lovely day. Let’s do it! Hey Susan, how about we go out for lunch? Ah, I see, you’re right. They have a variety of dishes: meat, fish and vegetarian. I know a place where the food is great and not too expensive. Don’t worry, they have a great selection of dishes. Have a look at their online menu, here, take my phone. Watch the video and answer the questions The University of Cape Town's Careers Service held its annual Student Entrepreneurship Week from 16-20 September 2019. A great line-up of speakers and a design-thinking boot camp formed part of the week, while students also showcased their own ventures. What happens at Student Entrepreneurship week?Visiting entrepreneurs give lecturesStudent entrepreneurs can market and sell their productsPeople can invest in new business ideas Zistify is a…Video shopping channelOnline marketplaceRevolutionary movement DreMuscle fitness sells…Gym membershipHealth productsSports clothes Why does the speaker say ‘UCT is great for entrepreneurship’?You can study qualifications in entrepreneurship at UCTUCT enters global entrepreneurship competitionsUCT provides funding for new business ideas Students also had the opportunity to…Speak to people working in the field of social justiceImprove their employment opportunities using social mediaEducate themselves about social networks What were students encouraged to do?Take their business ideas to lots of different communitiesBe passionate about making moneyDo something that will have a positive effect on people’s lives Time is Up!