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Oct 16 2018 |
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Choose the Colloquial expression that best fits the context.

1. You are talking to the wrong person. I'm telling you: you are
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2. I don't know what I did wrong, but Sue .

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3. I see you've almost finished your tea. Shall I ?

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4. Please stop , Jamai. You're not half as good as you think!

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5. Don't worry. What Lisa says about the proposal is .

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Drag the Communicative phrases to the right place.

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Now figure out which English word you get when you write down letters 1, 6, 4, 4, 5, 2, 7, 9 and 2.

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Choose the correct translation of the word in italics.

1. For further information apply to the Dean of the Faculty of Law.

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2. There aren't many compulsory subjects at our school.

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3. Robert is a very insolent little boy.

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4. I don't expect I will be able to get any exemptions.

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5. Sue's ignorance is almost impressive.

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Complete the sentences by using the correct forms of the simple past or the present perfect.

Example
I went to school by bus this morning. (simple past)
My father hasn't seen his sister since 1984. (present perfect)

1. We
(TO CELEBRATE) Hafid's birthday last Wednesday.

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2. I'm sorry I'm a bit moody. I (TO HAVE) a busy day today.

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3. Ray (TO WORK) here for five months now.

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4. If I (TO KNOW) Ruth's address, I would write to her.

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5. This church (TO BUILD) sometime during the 17th century.

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Choose the correct translations of the Dutch sentences.

6. Wanneer heb je deze fiets gekocht?

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7. Mijn oom is net voor Pasen overleden.

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8. Sorry dat ik laat ben. Hoe lang heb je op me staan wachten?

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9. Ik ben nog nooit in Schotland geweest.

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10. Shakespeare heeft veel toneelstukken geschreven.

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Indicate whether the sentences are right or wrong. Pay attentions to the forms of to lie (2x) and to lay.

John lay on the ground for more than an hour after his fall.
I have never lied to you, you must believe me.
Jimmy would never lay violent hands on anyone.
She lied her towel on the grass and went for a swim.
The hens have lain more than ten eggs.

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Indicate which words can be made negative by using the prefix mis-.