TEA and COFFEE (test)

Vydáno dne 26.09.2010

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  1. If you want to make a really nice cup of coffee, you should buy ________ to grind at home. You need a coffee grinder and an espresso machine.

    1. coffee balls
    2. coffee beans
    3. full coffee
    4. whole coffee
  2. The little plate that you place under a cup is called ________.

    1. a platter
    2. a saucer
    3. an undercup
    4. an underplate
  3. It is very quick to boil water these days. Most households have a ________ in the kitchen. Boiling water is ready in a few minutes.

    1. coffeepot
    2. kettle
    3. pot
    4. teapot
  4. You can serve hot milk in a milk ________.

    1. canister
    2. container
    3. jar
    4. jug
  5. Latte macchiato (or simply latte) is basically an espresso shot with ________ milk.

    1. bubbled
    2. bubbly
    3. frosty
    4. frothed
  6. People usually serve sugar cubes in a sugar ________.

    1. bowl
    2. container
    3. plate
    4. vessel
  7. It is much easier to prepare tea using teabags. You should try using ________, however, because the tea is much more delicious then.

    1. heaped tea
    2. loose tea
    3. poured tea
    4. scattered tea
  8. It is still quite common to make Turkish coffee in our country. All you need is boiling water and ________.

    1. grinded coffee
    2. ground coffee
    3. mill coffee
    4. milled coffee
  9. Do you know what ‘cream tea’ means? – It's typical for Great Britain and it actually is ________.

    1. tea with full-fat cream and a lot of sugar
    2. tea with full-fat cream and no sugar
    3. tea with low-fat cream
    4. tea with scones, clotted cream, and jam
  10. Fruit tea is also very popular. Since there are no tea leaves in it, however, some people simply call it ________.

    1. fruit infusion
    2. fruit inhaler
    3. fruiter
    4. fruity drink
  11. In Britain people often have a ________, which means ‘a cup of tea’.

    1. cuppa
    2. cupper
    3. cupping
    4. cuppy
  12. Coffee with no caffeine is ________. It is informal English. You can also say decaffeinated coffee or caffeine-free coffee.

    1. decaf
    2. freecaf
    3. no-caff
    4. nocaf
  13. A ________ is a big cup, usually with straight sides, which you can hold with both hands.

    1. cupper
    2. mag
    3. mug
    4. mugger
  14. A cafeteria is ________.

    1. a factory where coffee is produced
    2. a self-service restaurant in a hospital or school
    3. a small restaurant in the street where they serve coffee and cakes
    4. similar to a coffee house
  15. A café is ________.

    1. a self-service restaurant in a hospital or school
    2. a small restaurant in the street where they serve coffee and cakes
    3. much bigger than a coffee shop
    4. much smaller than a coffee house
Tento test je součástí naší výukové aplikace englishme!, která nabízí tisíce podobných testových otázek, ale také spoustu jiných aktivit na zlepšení vaší angličtiny.
Správné odpovědi: 1) b, 2) b, 3) b, 4) d, 5) d, 6) a, 7) b, 8) b, 9) d, 10) a, 11) a, 12) a, 13) c, 14) b, 15) b
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