El objetivo de esta Prueba de nivel de Inglés es conocer de un modo sencillo cuál es tu nivel de conocimiento del idioma.

De esta forma, te asegurarás de incorporarte en un grupo con un nivel acorde y poder así avanzar mejor en el conocimiento del idioma.

Debes rellenar los datos solicitados en el formulario, marcar las casillas correspondientes a cada pregunta y finalmente pulsar el botón “Enviar ”.

Los datos se analizarán de forma personal en Kinsela y te informaremos del resultado.

Datos Personales

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Curso escolar (requerido)

Centro escolar

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Teléfono (requerido)

Correo electrónico (requerido)


Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

1. Who _____ you that strange story?

 A did tell B told C did you tell

2. Which hotel _____ the most expensive rooms?

 A has B does have C is have

3. Eva was tired because she _____ the night before.

 A didn’t slept B hadn’t sleep C hadn’t slept

4. We gave Kojo a lift because he _____ missed his bus.

 A would B had C have

5. Who _____ yesterday?

 A you saw B did see you C did you see

6. The man said the time _____ 8 o’clock.

 A was B been C be

7. What _____ to your hair? It looks terrible!

 A has happened B was happened C happens

8. When I got home I realized I _____ my keys on the bus.

 A leave B left C had left

9. The teacher _____ to sit down.

 A said us B told us C told to us

10. Who _____ the cake? It’s very good!

 A did make B made C made

11. How _____ last night?

 A you felt B were you feel C did you feel

12. Ben said he _____ ring me later.

 A had B was C would

13. Maria told us she _____ tired, and went to bed.

 A was B has been C is

14. Jamie said he _____ the film many times before.

 A saw B had seen C sees

15. How many people _____ to the concert?

 A goes B were gone C went

16. My grandfather told us about the places he _____ to in his life.

 A was travelling B had travelled C going to travel

17. Before last night, I _____ the professor.

 A was never meeting B have never met C had never met

18. Who _____ you last night? Was it Mary?

 A does call B called C have you called

19. Tom said he _____ a doctor in the future.

 A goes to be B had been C was going to be

20. The radio news said there _____ a road accident an hour earlier.

 A been B had been C would been


Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

1. Please put your luggage _____ the belt.

 A to B on C over

2. Who does this bag _____?

 A belong to B own to C go with

3. At first nobody _____ there was a problem.

 A planned B organized C realized

4. Quick! _____ the train. It’s leaving now.

 A Get on B Catch on C Go in

5. We’re going _____ holiday next week.

 A for B to C on

6. Check how hot the water is before you _____ the bath.

 A get into B go on C walk to

7. We _____ the bus at the wrong stop.

 A took off B got off C went from

8. The men were freed _____ prison after two years.

 A off B from C out of

9. Is there time to _____ swim before we go home?

 A go B have a C take

10. I’m away next weekend, so I’m _____ my dog with friends.

 A leaving B having C staying

Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences.

11. Please _____ Mark that dinner is ready.

 A told B say C tell

12. What have you _____ your mother? She’s very unhappy.

 A said to B said C told to

13. ‘Hurry up!’ _____ Dad.

 A told us B said C told

14. Dom _____ that he wanted to study medicine.

 A has told B said us C said

15. I _____ you not to do that!

 A ’m saying B ’ve told C told to

Tick (✓) A, B, or C to complete the sentences with past participles.

16. I didn’t know that you and Raju had _____ about this.

 A speaked B spoken C spoke

17. She had never _____ the song before, but she did it beautifully.

 A sang B singed C sung

18. John told us he had _____ the police.

 A rung B rang C ring

19. Liam said that he hadn’t _____ an aeroplane before.

 A flyed B flown C flew

20. Gina’s parents had _____ her some money.

 A given B gaven C gave


Which past participle has a different sound? Tick (✓) A, B, or C.

Example: A won ■ B begun ■ C got ■✓

1.  A become B done C gone

2.  A broken B brought C caught

3.  A felt B spoken C read

4.  A made B paid C said

5.  A put B sung C come

Which syllable has the unstressed /ə/ sound? Tick (✓) A, B, or C.

Example: A after/noon/ ■ B af/ter/noon ■ C /af/ternoon ■✓

6.  A /for/getting B for/ge/tting C forge/tting/

7.  A /in/teresting B in/te/resting C inte/res/ting

8.  A /di/sasters B di/sas/ters C disas/ters/

9.  A /af/terwards B af/ter/wards C after/wards/

10.  A /in/formation B in/for/mation C infor/ma/tion