General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers

1. Jill: 'I'm so confused, I don't know what to do.' Frank: ________

2. Mike: 'Then you take away the first number are you with me?' Jane: ________

3. Mike: 'Then you add the square root and multiply by 67, do you follow?' Jane: ________

4. Jill: 'What shall I do? I'm in a terrible state!' Frank: ________

5. Mike: 'I could give you a lift to the station.' Jane: ________

6. Mike: 'You just can't believe what they'll think up next, can you?' Jane: ________

7. Mike: 'What do you think are the chances of finding people still alive?' Jane: ________

8. Mike: 'Guess how much income tax I pay.' Jane: ________

9. Jill: 'I do hope they make it tonight. it's very late you know.' Frank: ________

10. John: 'We'd like to give you this small present to show our gratitude.' Sue: ________

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