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Ann studied Asian languages and culture __________ she wanted to do business in Asia.
Your children rarely read books before going to bed, _________?
Sue: Have you read Harry Potter yet?
Kim: Yes, it was ________ an interesting book that I Think everyone should read it.
When I go to a nice restaurant, I expect ________ immediately.
to be served
When people recycle, they reduce the amount of trash in landfills. If everyone recycled, we __________ such a big problem with waste.
Let’s go to the new Italian restaurant ________ opened last week.
Today’s newspaper _________ read : “ World Economy Improves.”
Using a cellular phone while driving a car increases your ________ of having an accident.
Where did you buy that _________? I’d like some to make a dress for my daughter.
Learning to read is a long __________.
John: Are you cold?
Peter: Yes, _______________.
it’s my cold, not yours
I wish I’d brought a jacket
it could have been too cold
if it were cold I would
Lisa : _______________?
Sally : He’s very tall with long dark hair.
What does your friend look like
What’s your friend like
What does your friend like most
How’s your friend
Interviewer : What’s your name?
Sam : My name’s Samantha Johnson. _______________
Interviewer : Thank you, Sam. Can I ask you some questions about your life?
Sam : Yes, of course.
This is Sam.
May I help you?
You can call me Sam.
Let me introduce myself
Select the correct order for these sentences.
a. First, he washed his uniform and he cleaned and polished his boots.
b. Then he put on his uniform again.
c. After the exercise he took off his dirty combat uniform.
d. Then he ironed his shirt and brushed his beret.
e. and he paraded with his company.
c a d b e
a c b d e
c a b d e
a c d e b
Read the passage and choose the correct answer.
Many of today’s superstitions have their roots in ancient times. The modern superstition of throwing a little salt over your shoulder after you’ve spilled some is a good example. Long ago, salt was very valuable-even more valuable than gold. Spilling some was a big deal. The tradition of throwing salt over your shoulder served to remind people to be more careful in the future. Today, of course, salt is not nearly as valuable. The tradition still survives, but now we do it to bring good luck.
They are found in most cultures.
Most involve bringing good luck.
Many are very old.
The origins of most are unknown.
What does the passage say about salt?
It was once more valuable than gold.
Many cultures believe it brings bad luck.
Some cultures believe it can cure the sick
Most superstitions about it are modern.
“Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. I hope you’re enjoying your flight to Milan this morning ………………”
Paparazzi are photographers who follow celebrities in order to take pictures of them to sell to newspapers.
The word “them” refers to _______________.
Some people think these durians are too sweet, but I like their
Rice is the most _________ crop grown in the word, and it can be cooked in many different ways, too.
Pat: Are you still living in Chiengmai?
Yui: Not _________. We moved to Bangkok last year.
Why do you ___________ the Army rather than the Navy?
Although entrance to the museum used to be free, now there is a small fee. The underlined word means ___________.
The tortilla ___________ in Mexico for centuries, since the days of the Aztecs.
has been eating
has been eaten
A : Hello. Can I have a ham sandwich, please?
B : Here you are. _______________?
A : No, thanks.
B : Two dollars fifty, please.
Is that enough
Do you want to pay now
How much is it