Hi, welcome back! Had a nice trip? __
(A) Oh, fantastic! Fresh air, and sunshine every day. (B) Come on, I’ve got lots of fun. (C) By the way, I don’t like Saturdays. (D) Well, I’ll look forward to your phone call.
Wow. That’s a marvelous room. I’ve never known you’re so artistic! __
(A) Thank you for your compliments. (B) Great, I am very art-conscious. (C) It’s fine. (D) Don’t mention it.
Haven't seen you for ages. Let's have a dinner together this weekend. __
(A) Great idea! (B) No, thanks. (C) Welcome! (D) Yes, of course.
Why not go and have dinner in a restaurant? __ It’s too expensive.
(A) Why not? (B) I’m sure. (C) I am afraid not. (D) I agree.
Hi, Peter, how is everything with you? __
(A) Thanks. (B) Pretty fast. (C) Don’t mention it. (D) Hm, not too bad.
__ I’m 20.
(A) How old are you? (B) How are you? (C) Where are you from? (D) May I have your name?
Don’t make faces in class. __
(A) Excuse me, I am wrong. (B) Sorry, I won’t do it again. (C) Certainly, I will. (D) That’s OK.
I didn’t mean to do that. Please forgive me. __
(A) Not too bad. (B) Thank you. (C) Never mind. (D) It’s a pleasure.
Thanks, you saved my daughter’s life! __
(A) No problem. (B) It’s not necessary for you to say so. (C) I’m glad I could help. (D) Oh, I’m afraid I didn’t do well enough.
Haven’t seen you for ages! What are you busy doing now? __
(A) I am working part time in a bookshop, you know. (B) Yeah, thanks for coming. (C) I hate the weather here. (D) My hair is getting a bit longer.
Thank you ever so much for the scarf you bought me. __
(A) No thanks. (B) No, it’s not so good. (C) Please don’t say so. (D) I’m glad you like it.
Why not join us in baseball? __
(A) Ok. I’m coming. (B) You do the same. (C) Don’t mention it. (D) That’s alright.
Happy New Year to you. __
(A) The same to you. (B) Very well, thanks. (C) Yes, I am happy. (D) What about you.
I’m sorry to break your glasses. __
(A) It doesn’t matter. (B) Thanks. (C) What a pity! I’m sorry. (D) The same to you.
Andy, __ ? Oh, that’s my father! And beside him, my mother.
(A) What is the person over there (B) Which is that (C) Who’s talking over there (D) What are they doing
There were two small rooms in the house, _ served as a bathroom.
(A) the smaller of which (B) the smallest of them (C) smallest of that (D) the smallest of which
Unbelievable! I have failed my final exam for mathematics! __
(A) Good luck. (B) Go ahead. (C) No problem. (D) Cheer up.
Could you be so kind as to turn down that rock “n” roll? I am preparing for tomorrow’s exam. __
(A) It’s none of your business. (B) What are you doing? (C) Sure. Sorry to disturb you. (D) No, I don’t think so.
How was your trip to Paris, Mary? __
(A) The guide showed me the way. (B) I went there alone. (C) By plane and by bus. (D) Oh, wonderful indeed.
I doubt whether the Chinese Football Team can win the game this time. __
(A) That’s true. (B) It’s hard to say. (C) I like the team. (D) I don’t believe it.