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BÀI TẬP TRẮC NGHIỆM GIAO TIẾP MÔN TIẾNG ANH




  1. That’s a very nice dress you’re wearing. - …………

A. I’m glad you like it B. That’s all right

C. That’s nice D. You’re quite right



  1. …………to stay the night? – Oh, that’s very kind of you.

A. Do you feel like B. Would you like

C. Why don’t you D. Do you enjoy



  1. Shall we have a farewell party next week? - Yes, let’s make ………next Saturday evening.

A. on B. it C. ourselves D. 

  1. Does Tommy like hamburgers? - Yes …………He eats them almost everyday.

A. So much B. So many C. So few D. So little

  1. Don’t you remember …………this film star on TV last year?

A. seeing B. to see C. that you see D. saw

  1. Is this the first time that you …………to this country?

A. will come B. have come C. came D. had come

  1. Would you like some beer? – Yes, just…………

A. a little B. little C. few D. a few

  1. Have you brought my umbrella? – Oh, no! I …………again. That is stupid of me.

A. forgot B. have forgotten C. had forgotten D. forget

  1. How much is the computer? – It’s …………$500. I’m sure it is.

A. can be B. must be C. may be D. might be

  1. Is he a scientist? – No. He is ………… a scientist ………… an author, a famous author.

A. not – but B. either – or C. both – and D. neither – nor

  1. What’s the name of the girl …………?

A. she sells tickets B. who sells tickets C. to sells tickets D. the girl sells tickets

  1. Did you hear about …………his first job? – Yes, I was surprised because he’s a hard-working person.

A. Tom has lost B. Tom had lost C. Tom being lost D. Tom’s losing

  1. Is that girl …………wants to talk to me sometime?

A. the one who B. who C. the one D. the who

  1. What are you going to do this weekend? - …………

A. I don’t like going out. B. We plan to visit my grandparents.

C. I’m very tired. D. It’s a good idea.



  1. Can you help me …………the …………bicycles?

A. found – stolen B. to find – stolen

C. to find – to steal D. finding – to steal



  1. What was the party like? – Wonderful. It’s years …………I enjoyed myself so much.

A. since B. when C. before D. after

  1. Have you taken notice …………the “NO PARKING!” sign?

A. at B. of C. to D. from

  1. …………do you think …………the first prize?

A. Whom/ will win B. Who/ will win

C. Whom/ that will win D. Who/ that wins



  1. …………? – Yes, the clock says nine o’clock.

A. Is it time to leave B. Is it free time

C. Is time long time D. What’s the time



  1. Do you mind if I borrow your plate? – …………Do you need only one?

  1. Not at all B. Yes, I do C. I’m sorry D. Yes, I would




  1. How long does it take to get to the supermarket from your house? - …………

A. ten minutes B. About five kilometers

C. It’s a short way D. Since yesterday



  1. Shall we go out or stay at home? – Which …………do yourself?

A. would you rather B. will you rather

C. do you rather D. should you rather



  1. To whom does English belong? - …………

  1. It belongs to the English people.

  2. It is the private property of Americans.

  3. It belongs to those who use it.

  4. All are correct.

  1. Would you please …………so loudly?

A. don’t speak B. not to speak

C. not speak D. to speak not



  1. Could I call you by your first name? – Yes, you …………

A. could B. may C. will D. might

  1. Hurry up! They’ve only got …………seats left.

A. plenty of B. a lot of C. a little D. a few

  1. Shall I give the cat a slice of meat? – It’s better …………

A. not to B. not give C. to not D. not to give

  1. You are standing too near the stage. Can you move …………?

A. a little farther B. a bit far C. a little far D. the farthest

  1. …………have you been to Ha Noi? – Several times so far.

A. How many times B. How often C. How much time D. How long

  1. …………? – Not now, but I used to.

A. Do you watch TV very often B. Won’t you have some tea

C. Are you going to bed D. Did you enjoy it



  1. …………objected to the plan at the meeting yesterday?

A. who you think B. Whom do you believe

C. Do you know who D. Do you know whom



  1. Do you have a dictionary? - …………

A. Yes, I do B. Yes, I have it

C. Yes, I own one D. Yes, I certainly have



  1. Would you like some more tea? - …………

A. No, thanks B. Yes, thanks C. Yes, please D. No, please

  1. What time …………tomorrow?

A. does your class begin B. will your class begin

C. will be beginning C. is going to begin



  1. Would you mind if I close the window? - …………

A. Yes, I wouldn’t mind B. No, don’t close it

C. No, please do D. Yes, please close



  1. How wide is this street? - …………

A. It’s ten meters in wide B. It’s wide ten meters

C. It’s ten meters wide C. It’s in wide ten meters



  1. Did your brother go to France? – No, the doctor suggested that he …………there.

A. not to go B. won’t go

C. not go D. not going




  1. Will it rain on the day of our departure? - …………

A. I hope not B. I don’t hope so

C. I hope not so D. I hope it wouldn’t



  1. Here’s my phone number. – Thanks, I …………you a call if I …………some help.

A. will give/ need B. would give/ need

C. give/ need D. will give/ will need



  1. Is he complaining? - …………, but I don’t care.

A. He may be B. He may do so

C. So is he D. May he is



  1. How …………since …………we school?

A. are you/ left B. will you be/ had left

C. have you been/ had left D. have you been/ left



  1. Can you help me? I …………this computer last week, and now it …………

A. bought/ won’t work B. bought/ doesn’t work

C. had bought/ didn’t work D. have bought/ hasn’t worked



  1. Did you go to Da Lat on holiday? – I …………to go, but I got sick at the last minute.

A. had planned B. would like C. wish D. planned

  1. How long have you been here? – Only about ten minutes. Peter and Mary …………here with me.

A. were walking B. have walked C. had walked D. walked

  1. I wonder if he …………If he …………, please let me know.

A. comes – arrives B. comes – will arrive

C. will come – arrives D. will come – will arrive



  1. When is the meeting supposed to start? – It is …………

A. to begin B. about beginning

C. already begun D. about to begin



  1. Where is Tom? – I think he’s still in …………bed, but he might just be in …………bathroom.

A. the – the B. the –  C. ( – the D.  – 

  1. Remember to return the newspaper to my father. - …………

A. I will B. Why not C. I won’t D. Of course

  1. Which of the two pictures do you think is …………?

A. the less beautiful B. the least beautiful

C. much more beautiful D. the most beautiful



  1. Shall I tell Tom about that? – No, you …………I’ve told him already.

A. wouldn’t B. mustn’t C. needn’t D. shouldn’t

  1. Oh, it’s you! I …………you.

- I’ve just had my hair cut, and I’m wearing new glasses.

A. hadn’t recognized B. didn’t recognize

C. don’t recognize D. can’t recognize


  1. I’d like to buy a color TV set. – Well, we have several models…………

A. to choose from B. to be chosen

C. for choosing D. of choice



  1. -A: What is your nationality? –B: ....................

A. I grow up Vietnam B. I come to Vietnam

C. I live in Vietnam D. I am from Vietnam



  1. What are you doing? – I’m looking for my …………pen.

A. losing B. lost C. being lost D. lose

  1. Has everything …………can be done …………done?

A. that/ been B. / been C. /  D. which/ be

  1. Are you going to Mary’s birthday party? – I don’t know, it …………we might go on business that weekend.

A. all depends B. all depend

C. is all depend D. all is depending



  1. Have you got used to …………alone in a remote area?

A. live B. living C. having lived D. to live

  1. Would you be …………to help me with my English?

A. so kind B. as kind as C. enough kind D. so kind as

  1. Can you find me something…………?

A. that I can open the tin B. by which to open the tin

C. to open the tin D. I can open the tin with



  1. Do you like those …………hats?

A. lovely little paper red B. lovely little red paper

C. paper lovely little red D. little lovely red paper



  1. Would you please stay with us for lunch, Mrs. Smith?

- Sorry. I …………My children are waiting for me at home.

A. can’t B. wouldn’t C. mustn’t D. needn’t



  1. What do you think made Linda so sad? – …………her new hat.

A. Losing B. Because of C. As she lost D. Lost

  1. How are you? – Since I left my home, I …………very homesick.

A. am B. was C. have been D. had been

  1. What would you like to drink? - …………

A. Thank you B. Coffee, please C. Yes, please D. No, I don’t

  1. …………is the distance from HCM to Ha Noi? – It’s over one thousand and five hundred kilometers.

A. Which B. What C. How long D. How far

  1. Have you got anything…………?

A. that belong to you B. that belongs to you

C. that is belonged to you D. which belonged to you



  1. Which car do you think …………presently?

A. she will buy B. will she buy

C. would she buy D. she would buy



  1. When did your brother arrive? - …………

A. For three days B. Since a week

C. In three days D. Last Sunday



  1. Do you mind…………?

A. me to close the window B. mine closing the window

C. if I closed the window D. if I would close the window



  1. Would you like a bag …………? – No, thank you.

A. to put your shoes in B. to put your shoes

C. for putting your shoes in D. for putting your shoes



  1. Will you give this message to Mr. Smith, please? – Sorry, I can’t. He …………

A. doesn’t work here any longer B. doesn’t work any longer here

C. doesn’t any more work here D. doesn’t any longer work here



  1. Which hotel did he say he would stay in, Rose or Sunlight?

- Sorry, I can’t remember…………

A. anywhere B. where C. which D. either





  1. I usually go there by train. – Why not …………by plane for a change?

A. to try going B. trying to go C. to try to go D. try going

  1. Hurry up or we……………… the train.

A. will miss B. will have missed C. are going to miss D. are missing

  1. Why don’t you walk with me?

- All right. I’ll walk …………the corner with you.

A. at B. until

C. as far D. as far as


  1. I don’t understand why you come so late? – Sorry, I …………that you …………for me.

A. don’t realize/ are waiting B. didn’t realize/ were waiting

C. haven’t realize/ have waited D. hadn’t realize/ had waited



  1. Can I take my report back, Mr. Smith? – Not right now …………by now.

A. I have read it B. I am reading it

C. I’ve been reading it D. I had read it



  1. Would you be so kind …………me a favor?

A. as to do B. to do

C. for doing D. doing



  1. You (find) the key which you (lose) yesterday?

- Yes, I (find) it on my writing desk.

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


  1. Is this bicycle …………you would like to …………?

A. the one that/ have repaired B. which/ repair

C. that/ be repaired D. that/ repair



  1. What do you want for dinner, John? – you pick is fine with me.

A. Any other B. Anything C. Something D. Everything

  1. Can I join your club, Dad? – You can when you …………a bit older.

A. get B. will get

C. are getting D. will have got



  1. Thank you very much. It’s very good …………you to help me.

A. of B. with C. at D. for

  1. Sorry that I’ve got …………money about me. Could you do me a favor to lend me …………?

A. any/ any B. some/ some C. no/ some D. no/ any

  1. Are you going to the circus? – No. the tickets are …………expensive for me.

A. very much B. so much C. far too D. more

  1. We gave wine and beer. Which do you like …………?

A. best B. better C. very much D. most

  1. Do you know the girl …………long hair?

- Yes, she is a girl …………few words.

A. with/ with B. with/ of C. of/ with D. of/ of



  1. Why not open the windows to let …………clean air in?

- I’d rather you didn’t. …………air in our town is quite polluted.

A. the/ the B. the/  C. (/( D. / the



  1. Where did you meet him? – I met him …………145 …………Third Avenue.

A. at/ the B. on/ the C. in/  D. at/ 

  1. Which book do you think is best? – The one …………

A. you found B. worth reading it

C. is your favorite D. it is also your favorite



  1. Did you remember …………the car as I had told you?

A. lock B. locking C. to lock D. locked

  1. Will you be going to university? - …………

A. Well, I hope to B. No, I don’t think so

C. No, I am afraid not D. Of course, no



  1. Have you ever …………to any English-speaking countries?

A. gone B. been C. come D. got

  1. How about a game of cards? - …………

A. Good idea B. I’m afraid I do

C. No, it’s interesting, isn’t it? D. Sorry, I don’t like



  1. Have a nice weekend, won’t you? - …………

A. Well, I hope to B. Thanks. Same to you

C. Yes, I have D. I hope not



  1. Are we going to win the game? - …………All our best players are injured.

A. I think so B. I don’t think so

C. I’m sure that D. I have no idea



  1. Will you be going away on holiday? - …………I can’t afford it, really.

A. I hope so B. I don’t expect so

C. I don’t know D. I’m willing to



  1. Will you have time to help us? - …………I’m very busy at the moment.

A. I’m afraid not B. I think so

C. I don’t expect so D. I hope not



  1. Thank you for a lovely evening? - …………

A. Have a good day B. You are welcome

C. Thanks D. Cheer



  1. I wonder how you could forgive such a rude reply?

A. attract B. tolerate C. tend D. give up

  1. How often do you come here? - …………

A. About once a week B. After work

C. On the bus D. For a long time



  1. Are you ready to go? - …………

A. No B. Yes, I am

C. Yes, I am ready to go D. No, thanks



  1. It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it? - …………

A. No B. Oh, why not?

C. Yes, it’s lovely D. I’m not sure



  1. What time is the game? - …………

A. An hour and a half B. Half past seven

C. Tomorrow D. Tonight



  1. Can I help you? - …………

A. Yes, please B. All right. What is it?

C. You can D. Not at all



  1. Can I help you? – Yes, do you know …………?

A. when the train comes B. when the train came

C. when the train will come D. when will the train come



  1. What did John ask you? – He asked me …………him some money.

A. to borrow B. for borrowing

C. to lend D. lending



  1. Hello, Alice? This is Susan. How are you?

- Susan? I …………about you when the phone rang.

A. was just thinking B. just thought

C. had just thought D. have just thought


  1. Why are you mad? – I dislike …………by my first name.

A. calling me B. to call me

C. being called D. to be called



  1. How …………was he driving when the policeman stopped him?

– Seventy kilometers an hour.

A. far B. long C. fast D. often



  1. Can you imagine …………famous and …………enough money to do whatever you like?

A. to be/ to have B. being/ to have

C. being/ having D. to be/ having



  1. Have you ever considered …………after graduation from university?

A. what to do B. which to do

C. what doing D. how to do



  1. Would you please repeat it? – Sorry that I …………quite catch it.

A. don’t B. couldn’t

C. can’t D. didn’t



  1. Would you like …………to start with before you order the main course?

A. anything B. something C. someone D. anyone

  1. …………do you intend to take a short rest?

A. How much B. How many

C. How often D. How long



  1. I hear it’s very good film. - …………

A. Yes, it’s very interesting B. No, I don’t hear that

C. Yes, it’s boring D. No, I hear it, too



  1. Remember to …………what the teacher is saying. It’s very important.

A. take note of B. take a note of

C. take notes of D. take the note of



  1. Nam: “ Congratulations!” Mai: “ ……………”

A. Thank you B. I’m sorry

C. Cheer up! D. You’re welcome



  1. Peter: “ I thought your baseball game was a lot better, Phil”

Phil: “ ………………….”

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.


  1. Tom: “ Can you make it at 3 p.m on Friday for our meeting”

Tony: “ ………………”

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.


  1. Mario: “ Is that Anne Pond” Anne: “ ………………..”

A. Yes, it is B. I don’t think so

C. I guess so D. Yes, speaking





  1. Mary: “…………………………….” Peter: “ Congratulations”

A. I didn’t do the test well B. I believe I‘ll pass the exam

C. We’re going to get married next month D. I’ve got in stuck in the traffic jam for 3 hours



  1. Clara: “ As I see it, women often drive more carefully than men”

Phil: “ ………………………………..! ”

A. Never mind B. Absolutely

C. Yes, please D. What nonsense


  1. Student: “ Could you help me to fax this report?”

Librarian: “ …………………………..”

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?


  1. David: “ …………………………….”

Mini: “ Thank you. Goodbye”

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


  1. Jenifer: “ Let’s go camping”

Jack: “ ……………………………… The weather is not so good today”

A. No problem B. Just bring yourself

C. Oh, I don’t think it’s a good idea D. Yes, let’s do that


  1. Mary: “ Let me bring something to your party, won’t you?”

Laura: “ …………………………………….”

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


  1. Ted: Could you buy some stamps for me?”

Jackie: “ …………………………………”

A. Thank you. I’d love to B. I understand completely

C. Sure, how many? D. That’s just what I think, of course


  1. Linda: “I think it’s a good idea to have three or four generations living under one roof. They can help one another.”

Janet: “ …………………………….Many old aged parents like to lead an independent life in a nursing home”

A. It’s nice to hear that B. Me, too

C. I agree with you completely D. That’s not true


  1. Lucy: “ ……………………..”

Susan: “ Sound great”

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?


  1. Joe: “ Do you think that wind power will be an alternative source of energy?”

Liz: “ …………………………….”

A. Maybe, I’m not sure B. Yes, I think so

C. Are you kidding? D. No, thanks.


  1. Clerk: Could you come on Friday at 3:00?”

Client: “ …………………………………”

A. No, that is impossible B. No, I don’t think so

C. I hope not C. I’m afraid, I disagree


  1. Tony: “ I’ve just passed my exam.”

Jim: “ …………………………….”

A. You’re welcome B. Well done!

C. Good luck D. How are you getting on?


  1. Mary: “ The show finished at 11p.m”

Chuck: “…………………………..”

A. Op, I’m sorry B. What’s up?

C. Are you absolutely sure? D. Bye. Take care


  1. Paul: “ ………………………………”

Sandy: “ That’s all right. It can happen to everyone. The bus is too crowded”

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


  1. David: “ Well, it’s getting late. I have to go now”

Alice: “ …………………………..”

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?


  1. Jack: “Sometimes I think we lose our temper more easily than our girl friends”

Don: “ …………………………”

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


  1. Tim: “ Can you give me a couple of minutes? I need to make call”.

Mario: “ ………………………………”

A. Definitely. Go ahead B. I don’t think so

C. I suppose you’re right D. I really appreciate your offer


  1. Jackie: “ …………………………Sue. How’s every thing?”

Sue: “ Pretty good”

A. Have a good time B. Good night

C. Long time, no see D. Good morning


  1. Barbara “ How stylish your dress is, Cindy!” Cindy: “ ………………………………..”

A. I’m sorry, I’m busy tonight. B. I’m glad you like it. It’s my birthday gift.

C. That’s a good idea. C. It was my pleasure.



  1. Tony: “ Would you like to have dinner with me tonight?” Cindy: “ ……………………”

A. Thanks, but I’m afraid I’ve got something planned

B. I’m terribly sorry. But I have to disagree.

C. Thanks. And you?

D. Sure. Go ahead.



  1. Lucy: “ Have a nice day!”

Susan: “ ……………………………..”

A. Don’t worry about it B. Thanks. The same to you.

C. That’s would be wonderful. D. You must be joking.


  1. You look great in this new dress.- ________.

A. With pleasure B. Not at all

C. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about it




  1. “Would you mind turning your stereo down?”_ “ ______________”

A. I’m really sorry! I’m not paying attention

B. Oh, I’m sorry! I didn’t realize that

C. No, I don’t

D. Yes, I do



  1. “How do you do?” - “……………… .”

A. I’m well. Thank you. B. How do you do?

C. Yeah, OK. D. Not too bad.



  1. “I’m taking my driving test tomorrow.” - “………………………………….…..”

A. Good day B. Good luck C. Good time D. Good chance

  1. “How is the soup?” _ “ It ____________”

A. tastes delicious B. tastes deliciously

C. is tasting delicious D. is tasting deliciously



  1. - “Excuse me! Where’s the post office?” - “……………………………………..”

A. It’s over there B. I’m afraid not C. Don’t worry D. Yes, I think so

  1. __________! I have heard of your success in the new project.

A. Congratulating B. Congratulation C. Congratulations D. Congratulate

  1. How do you usually go to school?”- “ …………………………...……..”

A. Two kilometres B. On foot C. Half an hour D. Five days a week

  1. ………………….your relatives in England?

A. What do you often visit B. How often you visit

C. How often do you visit D. What often you visit



  1. - “Thank you very much for a lovely party.” - “…………………………………………….”

A. Thanks! B. Have a good day C. Cheers D. You are welcome

  1. - You look great in this new dress.

- ________.

A. With pleasure B. Not at all

C. I am glad you like it D. Do not say anything about it


  1. “Would you like something to eat?” - “ …………… . I’m not hungry now.”

A. Yes, it is B. No, thanks C. Yes, I would D. No, no problem

  1. Sue: “Could you do something for me?”

Ken: “ ……………………………………..”

A. Certain! B. Certainly! C. Right! D. Well!



  1. Tom: “You’ve got a lovely singing voice, Mary!” Mary: “______”

A. Don’t mention it. B. Thank you. C. It’s all right. D. Congratulations!

  1. Henry: “Do you find it very interesting to travel alone?” Maria: “______”

A. Never mind. B. What a pity! C. Yes, you’re welcome. D. No, not at all.

  1. John: “Will you be able to come to the meeting?” Jack: “______.”

A. I’m afraid not B. You must be kidding

C. I’m sorry not D. Of course you will



  1. How well you are playing!

- ________.

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


  1. Tom: “How do you do?” – Jerry: “…………………. ”

A. yes, OK B. Not too bad C. How do you do? D. I’m well

  1. A: “Bye!” – B: “ ………”

A. See you lately B. See you later C. Thank you D. Meet you again

  1. A: “ I’ve passed my exam. ” - B: “…………………. ”

A. Good luck B. It’s nice of you to say so

C. That’s a good idea. D. Congratulations!



  1. A: “ Would you like to have dinner with me?” B: “ …………”

A. Yes, I’d love to B. I’m very happy C. Yes, It is D. Yes, so do I

  1. Peter: “ I enjoy listening to pop music. ” Mary: “………………. . ”

A. I’m, too B. I don’t C. Neither do I D. So am I

  1. Ann: “ Are you going to visit Britain next month?” Kim: “Yes,……………. . ”

A. I am B. I do C. I like D. I going

  1. Bob: “ James is a very brave man. ” David: “ Yes, I wish …………. . his courage. ”

A. had B. will have C. have had D. have

  1. David: “ You’ve got a beautiful dress!” Helen: “ …………. . ”

A. I do B. Thanks for your compliment

C. You too D. OK



  1. Sue: “ I love pop music” - Alice: “ ………………”

A. I do, too B. No, I won’t C. Yes, I like it D. Neither do I

  1. Ann: “ What do you usually do on Sunday?” Mary: “ ……………. ”

A. I used to drive to work B. I’d be sleeping all day

C. I’m not doing anything D. I usually sleep until noon.



  1. Jack: “ I’ve got to go, Sarah. So long. ” So long, Jack. And ……………”

A. be careful B. don’t hurry C. take care D. don’t take it

  1. Mary: “ That’s a very nice skirt you are wearing. ” Julia: “ …………. . ”

A. That’s nice B. I like it C. That’s all right D. I’m glad you like it

  1. David: “ Happy Christmas!” Jason: “ ………… . . ”

A. You are the same! B. Same for you! C. The same to you D. Happy Christmas.

  1. Tom: “ …………………. . ?” Jerry: “ Once a week”

A. How often do you go shopping B. How much do you want

C. Are you sure D. When will you get there



  1. Peter: “ Sorry, I’m late. ” - Mary: “ …………. ”

A. OK B. Don’t worry C. Hold the line pleaseD. Go ahead

  1. Davis: “ Good morning. My name is Davis. I have a reservation. ” Andy: “…………”

A. What do you want? B. Yes, a single room for two nights?

C. I haven’t decided yet. What about you? D. What do you like?



  1. Mary: “ I’ve got an interview for a job tomorrow. ” – Peter: “ ………. . ”

A. Thank you B. Same to you C. Good luck D. See you

  1. A: “Thank you for the lovely present. ” – B: “ ……………. . ”

A. Go ahead B. Not at all C. Come on D. I’m pleased you like it

  1. A: Are you coming on Saturday? – B: ……………. .

A. I’m afraid not B. I’m afraid not to C. I’m afraid to D. I’m afraid I don’t

  1. A: ………… do they travel abroad? – B: Once a year.

A. When B. How C. What time D. How often

  1. A: Do you think you’ll get the job? – B: ………….

A. I know so B. Well, I hope so C. I think so D. Yes, that’s right

  1. A: I’m getting married next week. – B: …………….

A. Thanks, the same to you B. Congratulations!

C. Well done D. Sorry to hear that



  1. A: How’s life? – B: ………………

A. Sure B. Not too bad C. Fine, thanks D. Pleased to meet you.

  1. A: Excuse me, what’s the time? – B: Sorry, I ………………

A. don’t see B. don’t have a watchC. won’t know D. know

  1. A: Are you free this coming Sunday? – B: ……………

A. Yes, I will B. No, Thank you C. Yes, I can D. I think so. Why?

  1. A: ……………………. – B: Certainly.

A. Welcome back B. What are you doing there?

C. I’m sorry I am late D. May I borrow a pen please?



  1. A: Are you hungry? – B: ……………

A. Yes, I do B. Soon C. Right now D. Yes, a little

  1. A: Would you like some more tea? – B: ……………. .

A. Yes, please B. Here you are C. It doesn’t matter D. I’m OK

  1. A: Hello, my name’s John. ……………… to meet you.

A. Please B. I’m very well C. Pleased D. Thank you

  1. A: ………………? – B: He’s OK now.

A. What is he B. How is he C. How tall is he D. What’s he like

  1. A: Thanks a lot for your wonderful gift. – B: …………. .

A. You are welcome B. Thank you C. Cheers D. Have a good day

  1. A: What’s your name? – B: ……………

A. Really? B. Pardon? C. OK D. Forgive me.

  1. A: Thank you for a lovely evening? – B: ………………

A. Don’t mention it B. I’m glad you enjoyed it

C. Yes, I’d like that D. Yes, that would be very nice



  1. A: I hope to see you again. – B: …………………

A. I hope so B. Good enough

C. Thank you D. I really enjoy meeting you too



  1. A: Would you like a cup of coffee? – B: ………………

A. Yes, thank a lot B. No, thanks you C. Yes, please D. No, you are welcome

  1. A: Excuse me! - B: ……………?

A. What B. Yes C. No D. Thank you

  1. A: Let’s meet for a coffee tonight. – B: …………….

A. I hope not B. I’m afraid I can’t

C. Yes, please D. Yes, thanks you



  1. A: ……………………. . ? – B: Yes, I want to send some flowers to my wife in Italy.

A. Do you like flowers B. What do you like

C. Can you help me D. Can I help you



  1. A: What’s …………. , Peter? You don’t look very happy.

A. matter B. problem C. the matter D. that

  1. A: I passed my job interview yesterday. - B: …………….

A. oh B. Good luck C. Congratulations! D. Thanks

  1. “Have a nice weekend.” -“…”

A. You are the same B. The same to you C. so do I D. Will you?

  1. Would you mind if I smoke? -……. .

A. Never mind B. Yes, please don’t C. Not at all D. Yes, please do

  1. A: Excuse me, is anybody sitting here? B: - …….

A. No, thank B. Yes, I’m so glad

C. Sorry, the seat is taken D. Yes, Yes you can sit here



  1. Shall we start now?-…….

A. Yes, we are B. Yes, let’s C. Of course not D. No, no

  1. Your desk-mate failed in the oral test? –“. . . . . . . . . . . . . ”

A. I’m sorry to hear that C. Oh, I know

B. In which respect D. It’s hard for me to express myself



  1. Don’t forget to come to my party tomorrow –“. . . . . . . . . . . . . ”

A. I don’t B. I won’t C. I can’t D. I haven’t

  1. Must we do it now? -“No, ………”

A. you won’t B. you mustn’t C. you can’t D. you needn’t

  1. Would you like to go to the movie with me ? -“…. . ”

A. No, I wouldn’t. That’s boring

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



  1. Your fur coat look very expensive. -“…. ” - It is secondhand.
    A . Yes, it does B. I’m sorry

C. Really? It wasn’t expensive D. No it isn’t

  1. ….. is your plan for this weekend ? – I don’t know yet.

A. When B. What C. Who D. Which

  1. It’s a beautiful day, isn’t it ? - ………

A. No B. Oh, why not ? C. Yes, It’s lovely D. I’m not sure

  1. Can I help you ? - ………

A. Yes, please B. All right. What is it?

C. You can D. Not at all.



  1. What time is the game ? - ………

A. An hour and a half B. Half past seven C. Tomorrow D. Tonight

  1. .............................................do you intend to take a short rest ?

A. How much B. How many C. How often D. How long

  1. “ How wide is this street ?” – It’s ……

A. thirteen yards wide B. thirteen yards in wide

C. wide thirteen yards D. in wide thirteen yards



  1. Which book do you think is best ? – The one ……..

A. you found B. worth reading it C. is your favorite D. it is also your favorite

  1. ..…. pen is so colorful ? It’s mine

A. Who B. Whose C. Whom D. What

  1. I like your coat, Helen-“…’

A. Really. I’m not B. I think so C. I’m sorry D. Do you?

  1. Would you like to another bottle of wine?-“……….”

A. Of course B. Yes, please C. Yes, Thanks D. You’re welcome

  1. Aren’t you afraid of what people will say?-“…”

A. Of course B. Yes, I do C. No, I am D. Sure, I am

  1. Your fur coat look very expensive.-“….”- It is secondhand.

A. Yes, it does B. I’m sorry

C. Really? It wasn’t expensive D. No, it isn’t



  1. Have you got any identification, Sir?-

Well, I haven’t got my passport, but I’ve got my driving license,…”

A. Do you agree with me? B. Sure?

C. Of course D. Will what be all right?


  1. You often come to class late. “….”

A. Yes, I’m sorry about that B. Yes, I’m late

C. Yes, I know I did D. Do you?



  1. Excuse me! Do you have the watch repaired? – “…”

A. Why not B. That’s all

C. Yes, we do, Madam D. Here we are



  1. Are you coming to the party?-“….”

A. I’m not sure B. I’m sorry C. I like but I can D. I will

  1. Oh, no I hate this weather!-“…”

A. I agree B. I do, too C. So am I D. I think so

  1. Sorry I was late again this morning. “…”

A. Well, don’t let it happen again B. It’s ok

C. Yes, I know D. No problem



  1. I won’t go camping next year.-“…”

A. Yes, I am B. So will I C. I won’t either D. Neither

  1. Can I help you? “ ….”

A. No, thanks. I’m just looking C. Not yet

B. You’re welcome D. Yeah, It’s so kind of you



  1. “…!The train is around the corner!”-“….”

A. Watch out B. See out C. Look out of D. Look back

  1. Hi, Tracy, you look tired. “…”

A. Really B. You think so? C. No I didn’t D. I’m tired

  1. How’s Joe after the accident?-“…”

A. Thanks B. He seems to be ok

C. Not at all D. You’re very nice



  1. The ceiling in this room doesn’t look very safe, does it?-“……….”

A. Yes, it is C. No, it is going to fall down

B. No, it isn’t D. Yes, it doesn’t



  1. It’s a fine day. Let’s go finishing,………..?

A. shall we B. do they C. isn’t it D. will us

  1. Does your sister intend to study German?-“………..”

A. Sure B. That’s a good idea

C. Yes, she intends to D. She will



  1. What do think of a book?-“….”

A. That’s right B. No, it not

C. It’s right D. Oh, excellent



  1. Why don’t we go to the zoo?-“…………”

A. Because we don’t have enough money C. I couldn’t agree more

B. That’s a good idea D. Yes, I’d love to



  1. 239. I think the teacher should give us more exercises.

A. Ok C. That’s rubbish

B. Yes, let’s D. That’s just what I was thinking



  1. I’ve got a headache .-“…..”

A. I’ll get aspirin B. Are you ?

C. You’re OK D. That’s right



  1. Would you like a cup of coffee?-“………”

A. No, thanks B. I’d love it

C. No, I wouldn’t D. I do like



  1. That’s a wonderful party, Mike.-“…………”

A. Just because you like it C. It’s nice of you to say so

B. I like it, too D. It’s very nice of you to like it



  1. Have a drink, Tony?-“………….”

A. Not yet C. Oh, no, possibly

B. Enjoy it D. That’s ever so good of you, Henry



  1. Good morning, Ben! You don’t look very well. What’s wrong? –“………”

A. Thank you B. Oh, I’m Ok

C. Poor you D. That’s good



  1. I stayed at a hotel while in New York.-“…………”

A. Oh, did you? B. I know

C. So do I D. I think so



  1. Will you stay for lunch?-“…..”

A. Well, don’t let it happen again C. Yes, please

B. Sorry, I can’t D. No problem



  1. Would you like me to have more sugar?-“………”

A. Since I have nothing B. Oh dear

C. That’s all D. Yes, please



  1. Can I help you, Madam?-“……….”

A. Well, I’m sure to have a complaint C. Well, I’m afraid I have a complaint

B. A complaint, please D. May I have a complaint?







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