‘the ball is in your court’ means
To be able to succeed alone, or to fail
It is your turn to take the next step.
To act or fight with less force than you could.
To be given something difficult to do without any help.
‘to be up to one’s eyes in work’ means…
check_box To have a lot/ too much to do
To be relaxed and not to worry about what you should do
To try and settle a dispute by talking about it
To take more time than expected
‘to have it out with somebody’ means
To try and settle a dispute by talking about it
To get into trouble
To take more time than expected
To be very familiar with something
‘to know something inside out’ means:
To feel like a fish out of water
To try and settle a dispute by talking about it
To make someone you have just met less nervous and more willing to talk
To be very familiar with something
‘to run over schedule’ means:
To be very familiar with something
To try and settle a dispute by talking about it
To feel uncomfortable in an unfamiliar situation
To take more time than expected
“To go with the flow” means:
To be given a difficult job to do without preparation
To disagree with someone
It is your responsibility to take action next
To be relaxed and not to worry about what you should do
An experience where you learn something surprising or something you did not do before is…
Be thrown in at the deep end.
Be a real eye opener
Put one’s foot in one’s mouth
Get into hot water
As you know, the purpose of this meeting is to inform you about forthcoming changes in Human Resources department.What is the speaker doing?
check_box Setting objectives
Speeding up or slowing down
Starting the meeting
Asking for reactions
Being in front of the competition. Which idiom refers to this?
Ahead of the game
Keep your eye on the ball
A one- horse-race
Move the goal posts
Choose one word whose the stress placement is different from others
class war
class-list
class-mate
classroom
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alarm-clock
armchair
bookcase
bookshop
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country dance
country party
country-house
countryman
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goalkeeper
housekeeper
shopkeeper
upstairs
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bus girl
bus lane
bus station
bus-stop
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motor bus
motor car
motorcyclist
motorway
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blue blood
blue coat
blue water
bluebottle
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bedroom
bedside
bedtime
downstairs
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sunbath
sunbed
sunrise
sunshine
Choose one word whose the stress placement is different from others
bathroom
bookcase
handbag
post office
Choose one word whose the underlined part is pronounced differently
arrived
jogged
liked
served
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asked
called
stopped
watched
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listened
matched
studied
travelled
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drives
runs
swims
types
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cooked
danced
played
worked
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cakes
clothes
drinks
tastes
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cycles
laughs
likes
writes
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climbed
coped
milked
stopped
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bags
books
candles
things
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answers
sits
smokes
stops
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Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   Do you like living in a small or a large family?
falling tune
no intonation
rising and falling tune
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   Don’t drop that pot, Mrs Black.
falling and rising tune
falling tune
no intonation
rising and falling
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   How did you spend your holiday?
falling and rising tune
falling tune
flat intonation
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   Shall we go out for a meal on Saturday night?
falling and rising tune
flat intonation
rising and falling tune
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   Was it expensive?
falling and rising tune
falling tune
no intonation
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   What can people see when they have headaches?
falling and rising tune
falling tune
flat intonation
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed part of the sentence:   Would you like veal or beef?
falling tune
flat intonation
rising and falling tune
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed parts of the sentence:   Did you say your name was Peter or Paul?
falling and rising tune
falling tune
rising and falling
rising tune
Choose the appropriate intonation for the bold printed parts of the short conversation below:   - I saw Andrew at the (1)airport. - At the (2)airport? - Yes. At the (3)airport.
(1)falling, (2)falling, (3)rising
(1)falling, (2)falling, (3)rising
(1)falling, (2)rising, (3)falling
(1)rising, (2)falling, (3)falling
Choose the best response in each of the following situations:Hello Julie. Nice to see you again.
Hi Tom. How are you?
I work for Sofitel. We’re in telecommunications.
Really? That’s great. Congratulations!
Thanks. And I’ll give you mine.
Choose the best response in each of the following situations:I got promoted to head of department.
Well, we’re basically biotech company.
Thanks. And I’ll give you mine.
Yes, we’re well established.
Really? That’s great. Congratulations!
Choose the parts of the word or/and the sentence which have rising and falling intonation: Did you bought a banana or an orange?
check_box a banana or an orange
check_box a banana or an orange
bought a banana or an orange
bought a banana or an orange
Choose the polite reply in the conversation:This is Terry Rance.
What?
Sorry?
Repeat please
Who are you?
Complete the conversation by selecting the best choice to fill in blank.……….? – Sorry, he has gone to Japan. But he will be back in two days.
What’s wrong with Jack
May I speak to Jack
Who is Jack?
How is Jack today
Complete the conversation by selecting the best choice to fill in blank:Excuse me, would you please tell me……..? – Certainly, go straight along here; it’s next to a hospital.
How can we get to the post office?
How we can get to the post office?
How could we get to the post office?
How get to the post office?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:……..? – Yes, how much is this shirt?
check_box May I help you
How do you do
Here you are
Is this shirt yours?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:………. – It doesn’t matter
It’s very nice
Sorry, I’m late
Can I help you?
What a pity!
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:……….. – thank you for your compliment
check_box You look pretty in this dress
This is a present for you
I’m glad you’re well again
You’ve done your work
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:……….The traffic is moving fast. – Thanks, I will.
Look out
Watch
Don’t move
Stop
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:…………. – I won’t say no.
What’s your favorite, tea or coffee?
How are things with you, Mike?
What about playing badminton this afternoon?
Mike, do you know where the scissors are?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:…………….? – Yes, a bit cold, though.
Cold weather, isn’t it
Bad weather, don’t you think
Nice day, isn’t it
Freezing, isn’t it
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate choice:……………….. – Thanks, I will
Wish you a happy journey
Thank you for your help
Give my best wishes to your parents
You got the first prize. Congratulations
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:‘Would you like to order now?
check_box Yes, I’d like beef steak.
It’s excellent.
Yes, I like beef steak.
Yes, a table for five.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:………? – a little
check_box Do you speak German?
Would you mind speaking German?
Shall we speak German
What language do you speak?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:…………. - It doesn’t matter.
Can I help you?
It’s very nice
What a pity!
Sorry, I haven’t sent you the report.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:…………? - I’d like to see that red dress.
What do you like
What can I do for you
What will you do
Do you want anything
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:…………….. – Never mind
check_box Sorry for staining your carpet. Let me have it cleaned.
Would you mind going to dinner next Sunday?
Thank you for being honest with me.
Congratulations! How wonderful!
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Are you ready, Kate? There’s not much time left. – Yes, just a minute,……….
I won’t finish
No longer
I’m coming
I’d be OK
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Bob, it is getting cold. ………..take a jacket with you? – All right, daddy.
check_box Why not
What about
You’d better
Would you like
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Can I get some chalk for you, Mr Smith?
That’s very nice of you
With pleasure
No problem
Not at all
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Can I try your new camera?
check_box Sure. But please be careful with it.
Sure. I’d love to.
I’m sorry I can’t. Let’s go now.
I’m sorry. I’m home late.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Can you help me with my essay?
check_box Why not?
Yes, I’m afraid not
Not completely
I think that, too
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Can you stay here longer? - ………, but I have to be back tomorrow.
check_box I’m afraid not.
No, thank you
No problem
I’d love to
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Congratulations to you on passing the math exam.
check_box Thanks a lot
You are welcome
Never mind
Don’t mention it
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Could you come, please? I want some help.
That’s right.
You’re welcome.
Yes, I could
Sure, I’m coming now.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Could you get to the park before 3 o’clock?
I’m afraid so
I think so
I’m afraid not
Yes, I could
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Could you look after my baby while I’m away?
It doesn’t matter
With pleasure
Thank you
That’s all right
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Did anybody go out? – ………I didn’t see anybody go out.
check_box I don’t think so.
I can’t say.
I hope not.
I guess so.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Did you have a good trip?
check_box Yes, thanks. It was fine.
I like that very much
Thank you, good
Oh, it is so good.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Didn’t you go to the conference?
Don’t worry. I’ll go there.
No, I went there with my friends.
That sounds nice, but I can’t.
I did, but I didn’t stay long.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Do you mind me smoking here? - ………look at the sign. It says ‘no smoking’
check_box You’d better not.
Never mind
It doesn’t matter.
No, I don’t.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Do you need a knife and a fork?
check_box No, I’ll just use chopsticks.
No, I’ll just use a frying pan.
No, I’ll use a cooker.
No, I’ll just use chopsticks.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Do you think they will fail in the examination?
No, I think not
No, I don’t hope
No, I don’t think so
No, I hope not so
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Don’t forget to give my best wishes to your mother.
check_box OK, I will
No, I won’t
Yes, I do
Yes, I won’t
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Don’t pick flower in the school garden next time, Lily.
check_box Sorry, I won’t.
Is that so?
Don’t worry.
I have no idea.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Excuse me, where is the post office?
check_box Come this way, please
With pleasure
That’s all right
Let me see
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Excuse me, which is the way to the post office? – Sorry, I’m new here. - ………
check_box Not at all
That’s true
Bad luck
Thank you all the same
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Excuse me; can I book a ticket for Paris?
check_box Certainly
Never mind
Thank you
Hurry up
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Five plus four is ten.
check_box Sorry, it’s wrong.
That’s right
Well done
Don’t forget
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Good morning ……….
check_box Mr. Brown
Teacher Brown
Mr. Jack
Teacher Jack
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Has the announcement been made about the eight o’clock flight to Paris?
I don’t think that
Yes, it was
Not yet
Sorry, I don’t
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Have a cup of tea.
I don’t have it
No, thank you
I don’t want to
No, go away
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Hello, may I speak to John Smith?
check_box This is John Smith speaking.
My name is John Smith
I’m John Smith
John Smith is me
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Hello, may I speak to Mr. Black, please?
I’d like to
I think so
goodbye
Hold on, please
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Hi, Bob. How’s your family?
check_box Fine, thank you
It’s a big one.
Not at all
They’re having breakfast.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Hi, I’m glad to see you
check_box Me, too
Thank you
I’m glad to hear that
My name is John
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How about a game of chess?
I don’t mind
I agree
That’s right
Why not?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How are things with you?
check_box Good, and you?
Don’t ask me the problem
Please to tell you
Quite well, thank you
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How do you like the film?
It began at four
There is a clever boy in it.
Yes, I’ll see it again
It’s very interesting.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How do you like your steak done?
check_box Very much
Very little
Well done
I don’t like it very much
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How have you been recently?
check_box Pretty busy, I think.
It’s too late now.
No, I’ll not be busy.
By bus, I think.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How is John’s homework done?
Do it yourself
Well, let’s wait for a while
Quite well
Good
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How much does it cost to get to Manchester?
check_box It depends on how to go.
It’s interesting to travel to Manchester.
I don’t like to go by train.
I always go by train.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How much meat do you want?
Half a kilo please.
Sorry, there isn’t any.
I can’t give you any.
Twelve Yuan, a kilo
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:How well do you play?
check_box Pretty well, I think.
No, I don’t play well.
Yes, I used to play tennis.
I don’t play very often.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I can’t speak English well enough to apply for that post.
check_box Me neither
Me also
Me either
Me too
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I don’t think we should exercise late at night.
check_box Neither do I
I think so, too.
I don’t, neither.
So do I
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I have a terrible headache.
check_box Maybe you should take a rest.
Not very well. Thanks.
Not bad. I’m not going to the doctor’s.
Maybe I’m not going to the doctor’s.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I haven’t seen Jack for three days. Is he ill? - ……….His mother told me that he was in hospital.
I hope not
I’m afraid so
I am afraid not
I don’t expect
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I haven’t seen you for ages! You look fine. - ……., you look well too.
check_box Thank you
Great
Not at all
Oh, no
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I lost my wallet on my way to school this morning. - ………! You must be careful next time.
What a pity
Excuse me
Take care
You’re welcome
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I think golf is really great.
Don’t you believe so?
Almost every day.
Do you? I think it’s boring.
Neither do I.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’d like to take two weeks’ holiday. - ...We have too much work to do.
Forget it
Pardon me
Don’t mention it
Don’t worry
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’d like to try on these shoes, please.
check_box By all means, sir
Why not?
I’d love to
That’s right, sir
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’ll go fishing this weekend.
check_box Have a good time.
That’s very kind of you.
What about more fish?
Can’t you fish?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’m afraid I must be off now.
check_box See you
Step slowly
No problem
Never mind
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’m going a trip to Long Hai after the exam. – Really? ……..
check_box Have a nice time
It’s nice of you.
OK
Congratulation
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’m sorry, I’m late.
check_box That’s all right
You are welcome
All right
Don’t mind it
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’m sorry, I’ve broken your glasses.
check_box It’s OK.
That’s nothing.
Don’t be worry.
You are welcome.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’m terribly sorry for stepping on your foot.
Don’t say that
Never mind
That’ s right
You’re welcome
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:I’ve got an offer in New York. – Oh, ………..but I’m going to miss you.
That’s too bad.
That’s great.
I’m sorry.
I beg your pardon.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Is it easier to watch TV now?
No, not very
No, I think so
Yes, I think so
Yes, very
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Is Mary hungry? - ……….If so, she’ll tell us.
I beg your pardon?
Let’s go and have a look
I don’t think so
Yes, of course
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Isn’t your uncle a doctor?
Yes, he ins’t
No, he isn’t
Yes, he does
No, he is
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:It’s kind of you to give me a ride to the station.
Never mind
Don’t mention it
It doesn’t matter
Not at all. It was a pleasure.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:John, could you do something for me, please? - …….What would you like me to do?
check_box Certainly
Sorry
Excuse me
Don’t worry
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Let me drive you home.
check_box Don’t worry. I’m alright.
It’s me.
No problem
I usually drive home at fie.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Let me introduce myself. I’m John
check_box Please to meet you
I’m very pleased
It’s my please
What a pleasure
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Let’s chat online.
Thank you
Not at all
Good luck
Good idea
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Look! This sweater is beautiful.
check_box Why not try it on?
Why not try on it?
Why not trying it on?
Why not trying on it?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Many thanks to you, Kate
No, thanks
It’s a pleasure
It doesn’t matter
Don’t say so
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:May I borrow your ruler? – Certainly, ………
It doesn’t matter
Hold on, please
Here you are
Not at all
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:May I take a seat here?
check_box Yes, do please
I’m not sure
That’s a good idea
I’m glad you do
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Maybe you can take a vacation next month.
I don’t think so. I’m teaching all summer.
You’re welcome
It’s very expensive.
Nothing special
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Mr Smith, I’d like you to meet Mr. Matt, my friend.
check_box How do you do? Nice to meet you
Hello, how are you?
Hi, how are you getting on?
Hello, how are you going?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Must we take a bus? – No, you………You can walk from here.
check_box Don’t have to
Must not
Better not
Don’t must
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:My mother is ill in hospital.
check_box I’m sorry to hear that
I don’t think so
Oh, she is unlucky
No problem
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:My wife is ill and I can’t go to work today.
check_box I’m sorry to hear that.
You should look after her.
It’s nothing serious.
It doesn’t matter.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Our team has just won the last football match.
Yes, I guess it’s very good.
Yes, it’s our pleasure.
Good idea. Thanks for the news.
Well, that’s very surprising.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Please remember me to your parents.
Never mind
Sure
That’s all right
No, thanks
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Shall we go boating tomorrow? - ………The weather report says a storm is coming.
check_box I’m afraid we can’t
Sure
That’s a good idea
That’s a deal
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Shall we have a drink when you finish your talk?
You’re welcome
All right
You needn’t do that
No, you can’t
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Sorry, I forgot to post the letter for you. – Never mind,…………it myself this afternoon.
check_box I’ll post
I’m going to post
I’d rather post
I’d better to post
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Thank you very much for your help.
You’re welcome
I’d love to
It’s quite OK
That’s right
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:The telephone rings, but it is someone who has a wrong number, you put the phone down after saying:
Wrong number, please
Why don’t you try again?
This is the wrong number speaking.
I’m afraid you’ve got the wrong number.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Waiter! - …………. – I can’t eat this, it’s too sweet.
All right
OK!
Pardon
Yes?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:What can I do for you, Madam?
Thank you
Some apples
All right
It’s nice of you
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:What does this thing do?
check_box It peels potatoes.
I think it’s a waste of money.
I can use it well.
It sure does
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:What is Johnson’s family like?
check_box They are all warm-hearted and helpful.
His family is just like me.
Oh, it’s really a big one.
They all like sports and games.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:What is your father?
He’s going swimming
He is in his office
He is an engineer
He is tall
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:What was the last present you received?
check_box A fashion hat
Several times
I think it’s OK
It depends on the situation.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:When someone says ‘I’m sorry’ to you, you say:
Don’t be sorry again
It doesn’t matter
You’re welcome
No problem
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:When you stand outside the house and hear someone asking ‘Who is it’, you say
Of course, I’m here.
That’s me.
It’s me.
This is me.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Which hat do you like best?
check_box The one I tried on first
The one I tried at first
Yes, I like it best
Which one do you like?
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Why not go and have dinner in a restaurant?
check_box Why not?
I’m afraid not
I agree
I’m sure
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Will the math teacher give us a test this week?
check_box No, he probably won’t.
I don’t think he will come.
Yes, the test was difficult.
I doubt whether it’s easy.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Will you speak a little more softly?
Yes, I’ll do that
Thank you
Certainly, I can
I’m sorry for that
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Would you go there with me?
check_box Certainly, I would be glad to
Excuse me, I would not
Of course, I shall not go with you
Sorry, I would
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Would you like some more chicken? - …………..I’m full.
check_box No, thanks
Yes, I would
Yes, please
No, I wouldn’t
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Would you like to go hiking with us?
I hate to go hiking.
No, I don’t like.
I’d love to, but I don’t feel well today.
Yes, I’d like
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Would you mind if I use your dictionary? – Of course not, ……….
Don’t do that
I’m sorry I can’t
It’s over there
I have a dictionary
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Would you rather go to the beach or to the mountain?
check_box The beach definitely
That’s very nice of you
Thanks for the mountains
I’d love to go
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:You must have found reading my essay very tiring. - ……..I enjoyed it.
check_box Not in the least
You are welcome
Just in case
At all costs
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:You will come to our party tonight? - ……………, but I’ll have an important meeting.
I like it
I’d like coming
I will come
I’d love to
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Your dress is just wonderful.
check_box Thank you, I’m glad to hear that.
You are right, thank you.
Thank you, and you?
No, yours is better.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Your friend says to you ‘My radio won’t work. What shall I do’. You reply:
I can’t do that
Take it back to the shop
Please have it repaired
I’m afraid not
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Your friend told you his mother was ill, you say
Let’s take her to hospital.
It doesn’t matter.
I hope it’s nothing serious.
I’m sorry to hear that.
Complete the conversation by selecting the most appropriate response:Your teacher is reading a book. You want to ask her a question. You say:
By the way, may I ask you a question?
Hi, I’ll ask you a question.
I’m sorry, I ask a question.
Excuse me. May I ask you a question?
For the direct question below, decide which the correct indirect question is:What are your strengths?
check_box Could you tell me what your strengths are?
Would you like me to know what are your strengths?
Do you know your strengths?
Could you tell me what are your strengths?
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: How much did your holiday cost?
did/your
much/did
much/did/your
much/your
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: I can hear a boy’s voice.
can/a/boy’s
can/hear/a
I/a/boy’s
I/can/a
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: I left my glasses in the bathroom.
I/left/in/the
I/my/in
I/my/in/the
my/in/the
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: I think I’m lost – is this the right way to the beach?
I/I’m/is/the/to/ the
I/I’m/this/the/to/the
I/is/this/the/to/the
I’m/this/the/to/ the
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: Is there a bank near here?
Is/there/a
Is/there/here
there/a
there/a/near
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: She went to the university to learn German.
She/to/the/to
She/went/to/ the
to/the/to/learn
went/to/the/to
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: The meaning isn’t clear.
isn’t/clear
The/clear
The/isn’t
The/isn’t/clear
Identify unstressed words in the sentence below by choosing the best answer: We’re starting in half an hour.
‘re/in/an
‘re/in/half/an
in/an
We’re/in/an
Identify unstressed words in the sentences below by choosing the best answer: - What date is it today? - Eh, I think it’s the tenth.
is/it – Eh/I/it’s
is/it – I/it’s/the
is/today – Eh/It’s/the
it/today – I/it’s/the
Identify unstressed words in the sentences below by choosing the best answer: We were laughing and dancing in the classroom.
we/and/in/the
we/in/the
we/were/and/in/ the
were/and/in/the
The following statement has ………. stressed words.   A piece of pizza, please.
five
four
three
two
The following statement has ………. stressed words.   Can you see the sea?
five
four
three
two
The following statement has ………. stressed words.   Have a beer – cheers!
five
four
six
three
The following statement has ………. stressed words. A dictionary is a book of words to help you with your English.
eight
five
seven
six
The following statement has ………. stressed words. It was a grey day in May.
five
four
six
three
The following statement has ………. stressed words. Please can you teach to speak Portuguese?
five
four
three
two
The following statement has ………. stressed words. There was no rain yesterday. It was a dry day.
five
four
seven
six
The following statement has ………. stressed words. Thoseare coins, not toys!
A. one
four
three
two
The following statement has ………. stressed words. Wait at the gate. I’ll be there at eight.
five
four
seven
six
The following statement has ………. stressed words. You can use a lift to go up and down in a building.
five
four
six
three
To be given a difficult job to do without preparation is
Be thrown in at the deep end.
Be a real eye opener
Put one’s foot in one’s mouth
Get into hot water
To get into trouble is
To be a real eye opener
To get into hot water
To put one’s foot in one’s mouth
To be thrown in at the deep end
To introduce yourself on the phone, you say:
I’d like to speak to Anna.
I am calling about our appointment.
Could I have the sales department, please.
My name’s Marta Bianco.
To say or do something without thinking carefully so that you embarrass or upset someone is:
Be a real eye opener
Get into hot water
Put one’s foot in one’s mouth
Be thrown in at the deep end
We’ve called this meeting to discuss ways in which we could improve our recruitment strategy?What is the speaker doing?
Speeding up or slowing down
Setting objectives
Starting the meeting
Asking for reactions
What do you say when you introduce yourself?
All of the above.
Good morning everyone. My name’s Susan Smith.
Hi, every one, I’m John Brown. Good to see you all.
On behalf of myself and Focus Advertising, I’d like to welcome you. my name’s Seven Lasen.
What do you say when you want to invite questions?
check_box If you have any question, please don’t hesitate to interrupt me.
Do you want to ask question?
Leave your question until tomorrow.
You’d better answer the questions yourselves.
When you don’t hear someone’s name when you are introduced to them, you say
Say it again, please.
What?
Sorry, I didn’t catch your name.
Repeat, please.
When you have to refuse an invitation to dinner with a supplier, you say:
check_box I’m sorry I’m afraid I’m going to the dentist on Tuesday.
I’m having a bath.
I’m busy.
I’m palying squash on that day.
Which is not used to ask for opinions?
What do you think?
What’s your view?
How do you feel about…?
What do you like doing?
Which is not used to disagree with somebody?
check_box Not at all.
I’m afraid I can’t agree.
I see what you mean, but…
Maybe, but…
Which is not used to express agreement with somebody?
check_box No ideas.
That’s true.
Exactly.
Absolutely.
Which is not used to express doubt?
Do you think she will pass the exam?
I’m worried about the store’s location.
I’m sure she’ll come.
I’m not sure about that.
Which is not used to make a suggestion?
Why don’t we meet at a café?
I think we will meet at a café.
We should meet at a café.
We could meet at a café.
Which is not used to make suggestions?
check_box That’s all right
How about…?
Perhaps we could…
Why don’t we…?
Which is used to give bad news diplomatically?
I wonder of you could alter the specifications.
There’s no way we can give you any credit.
I’m sorry, we weren’t be able to agree on this.
A non-exclusiv contract would be perfect for us, too.
Which of the following is not used to summarize?
Please summarize what you’re said.
OK, let’s go over what we’ve agreed.
Right, to sum up then…
Right, let’s recap…
Which of the following is not used when giving an opinion?
check_box No way…
In my opinion…
I think…
I don’t think…
You are offered food you hate, you say:
I don’t like pork.
It’s not delicious.
I hate white meat.
Not for me, thanks. I’m not keen on fish.
You have a great visitor. You say:
Did you have a good flight?
Good morning!
Welcome home!
Hello. It’s nice to see you. Welcome to Paris.
You want to end a conversation in a diplomatic way, you say:
Good bye!
I’m sorry. I really must get going. It was nice talking to you.
I must go now. Bye bye.
Bye! See you next time.

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