C. That’s nice D. You’re quite right
C. Why don’t you D. Do you enjoy
C. I’m very tired. D. It’s a good idea.
C. to find – to steal D. finding – to steal
C. Whom/ that will win D. Who/ that wins
C. Is time long time D. What’s the time
C. It’s a short way D. Since yesterday
C. do you rather D. should you rather
C. not speak D. to speak not
C. Are you going to bed D. Did you enjoy it
C. Do you know who D. Do you know whom
C. Yes, I own one D. Yes, I certainly have
C. will be beginning C. is going to begin
C. No, please do D. Yes, please close
C. It’s ten meters wide C. It’s in wide ten meters
C. not go D. not going
C. I hope not so D. I hope it wouldn’t
C. give/ need D. will give/ will need
C. So is he D. May he is
C. have you been/ had left D. have you been/ left
C. had bought/ didn’t work D. have bought/ hasn’t worked
C. will come – arrives D. will come – will arrive
C. already begun D. about to begin
C. much more beautiful D. the most beautiful
A. hadn’t recognized B. didn’t recognize
C. don’t recognize D. can’t recognize
C. for choosing D. of choice
C. I live in Vietnam D. I am from Vietnam
C. is all depend D. all is depending
C. to open the tin D. I can open the tin with
C. paper lovely little red D. little lovely red paper
A. can’t B. wouldn’t C. mustn’t D. needn’t
C. that is belonged to you D. which belonged to you
C. would she buy D. she would buy
C. In three days D. Last Sunday
C. if I closed the window D. if I would close the window
C. for putting your shoes in D. for putting your shoes
C. doesn’t any more work here D. doesn’t any longer work here
A. anywhere B. where C. which D. either
A. at B. until
C. as far D. as far as
C. haven’t realize/ have waited D. hadn’t realize/ had waited
C. I’ve been reading it D. I had read it
C. for doing D. doing
A. Did you find/ lost/ have found B. Have you found/ lost/ found
C. Did you find/ lost/ found D. Did you find/ lost/ have found
C. that/ be repaired D. that/ repair
C. are getting D. will have got
A. with/ with B. with/ of C. of/ with D. of/ of
A. the/ the B. the/ C. (/( D. / the
C. is your favorite D. it is also your favorite
C. No, I am afraid not D. Of course, no
C. No, it’s interesting, isn’t it? D. Sorry, I don’t like
C. Yes, I have D. I hope not
C. I’m sure that D. I have no idea
C. I don’t know D. I’m willing to
C. I don’t expect so D. I hope not
C. Thanks D. Cheer
C. On the bus D. For a long time
C. Yes, I am ready to go D. No, thanks
C. Yes, it’s lovely D. I’m not sure
C. Tomorrow D. Tonight
C. You can D. Not at all
C. when the train will come D. when will the train come
C. to lend D. lending
A. was just thinking B. just thought
C. had just thought D. have just thought
C. being called D. to be called
A. far B. long C. fast D. often
C. being/ having D. to be/ having
C. what doing D. how to do
C. can’t D. didn’t
C. How often D. How long
C. Yes, it’s boring D. No, I hear it, too
C. take notes of D. take the note of
C. Cheer up! D. You’re welcome
A. You’ve got to be kidding. I thought it was bad
B. Yes, please. Just a little
C. Thank you. I’d love to.
D. No, thanks. I think I can do.
A. OK, that’s fine. C. That’s not true. I met her three day ago.
B. Very well, thanks. D. You have a point here, but I don’t think so.
C. I guess so D. Yes, speaking
C. We’re going to get married next month D. I’ve got in stuck in the traffic jam for 3 hours
A. Never mind B. Absolutely
C. Yes, please D. What nonsense
A. Sorry, I have no idea B. It’s very kind of you to say so
C. What rubbish! I don’t think it’s helpful D. Certainly. What the fax number?
A. Nice to meet you, Mimi B. How do you do?
C. Have a good trip, Mimi D. May I introduce myself. My name’s David Wilson
A. No problem B. Just bring yourself
C. Oh, I don’t think it’s a good idea D. Yes, let’s do that
A. Sorry, I‘ve ready had plan for tonight B. In my opinion, you’re right
C. That really surprises me D. It’s enough, just to have you come
A. Thank you. I’d love to B. I understand completely
C. Sure, how many? D. That’s just what I think, of course
A. It’s nice to hear that B. Me, too
C. I agree with you completely D. That’s not true
A. In my opinion, the sound is perfect B. What a beautiful sound!
C. Susan, how about coffee after work? D. What do you think of this piano, Susan?
A. Maybe, I’m not sure B. Yes, I think so
C. Are you kidding? D. No, thanks.
A. No, that is impossible B. No, I don’t think so
C. I hope not C. I’m afraid, I disagree
A. You’re welcome B. Well done!
C. Good luck D. How are you getting on?
A. Op, I’m sorry B. What’s up?
C. Are you absolutely sure? D. Bye. Take care
A. Would you please call me a taxi?
B. I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to step on your toe.
C. Why don’t we take a bus to the city center?
D. Sorry, she’s out
A. Maybe, we can talk again. B. How about going to the cinema?
C. Perhaps, you‘ll have better luck next time D. How can I help you?
A. I wouldn’t worry about it if I were you B. Sure, go ahead
C. Don’t be angry. Let’s talk it over D. I couldn’t agree more
A. Definitely. Go ahead B. I don’t think so
C. I suppose you’re right D. I really appreciate your offer
A. Have a good time B. Good night
C. Long time, no see D. Good morning
C. That’s a good idea. C. It was my pleasure.
B. I’m terribly sorry. But I have to disagree.
C. Thanks. And you?
D. Sure. Go ahead.
A. Don’t worry about it B. Thanks. The same to you.
C. That’s would be wonderful. D. You must be joking.
C. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about it
B. Oh, I’m sorry! I didn’t realize that
C. No, I don’t
D. Yes, I do
C. Yeah, OK. D. Not too bad.
C. is tasting delicious D. is tasting deliciously
C. How often do you visit D. What often you visit
A. With pleasure B. Not at all
C. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about it
A. Certain! B. Certainly! C. Right! D. Well!
C. I’m sorry not D. Of course you will
A. Say it again. I like to hear your words
B. I think so. I am proud of myself
C. Thank you too much
D. Many thanks. That is a nice compliment
C. That’s a good idea. D. Congratulations!
C. You too D. OK
C. I’m not doing anything D. I usually sleep until noon.
C. Are you sure D. When will you get there
C. I haven’t decided yet. What about you? D. What do you like?
C. Well done D. Sorry to hear that
C. I’m sorry I am late D. May I borrow a pen please?
C. Yes, I’d like that D. Yes, that would be very nice
C. Thank you D. I really enjoy meeting you too
C. Yes, please D. Yes, thanks you
C. Can you help me D. Can I help you
C. Sorry, the seat is taken D. Yes, Yes you can sit here
B. In which respect D. It’s hard for me to express myself
B. I’d love to but I can’t. I’m visiting grandma with Mom
C. Yes, I’d like to
D. I’d love
C. You can D. Not at all.
C. wide thirteen yards D. in wide thirteen yards
C. Really? It wasn’t expensive D. No, it isn’t
A. Do you agree with me? B. Sure?
C. Of course D. Will what be all right?
C. Yes, I know I did D. Do you?
C. Yes, we do, Madam D. Here we are
C. Yes, I know D. No problem
B. You’re welcome D. Yeah, It’s so kind of you
C. Not at all D. You’re very nice
B. No, it isn’t D. Yes, it doesn’t
C. Yes, she intends to D. She will
C. It’s right D. Oh, excellent
B. That’s a good idea D. Yes, I’d love to
B. Yes, let’s D. That’s just what I was thinking
C. You’re OK D. That’s right
C. No, I wouldn’t D. I do like
B. I like it, too D. It’s very nice of you to like it
B. Enjoy it D. That’s ever so good of you, Henry
C. Poor you D. That’s good
C. So do I D. I think so
B. Sorry, I can’t D. No problem
C. That’s all D. Yes, please
B. A complaint, please D. May I have a complaint?