Treehouses: Multiple Choice Grammar Test (Level B2)

Treehouses: Multiple Choice Grammar Test (Level B2)

The evidence of historic treehouses is scant, due to their ephemeral nature. Always (1) _______ from wood, they were unlikely (2) _______ a life of more than around fifty years. However the oldest (3) _______ example is thought (4) _______ the treehouse, dating from the early 17th century. It was remodeled in the eighteenth century when the ogee windows and gothic interior were added to accommodate the changing taste, when garden buildings (5) _______ by styles from all over the world.

Today there is a resurgence of interest in treehouses. The fashion for using locally (6) _______ materials along with technological advances means that more complex structures are possible. As with historic garden buildings, imagination is key to the creation of (7) _______ unusual structures.

If you (8) _______ on building a tree house you should be aware that it (9) _______ planning permission. It is also important (10) _______ the impact the building will have on the health of the host tree.

1 make made making are made
2 having to have had to having
3 is surviving survived survival surviving
4 to being to have being being to have been
5 were influencing influenced were influenced was influenced
6 sourcing were sourced sourced were sourcing
7 these this that an
8 are planning planned planning were planned
9 required will require require is requiring
10 to be considered considering consider to consider

1.B; 2.B; 3.D; 4.D; 5.C; 6.C; 7.A; 8.A; 9.B; 10.D

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