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  • 1. Grammar Speaking & Listening Reading If your answer is ‘no’, you can practice English skills in order to pass ‘Exit Exam Test’ by clicking on each skill.
  • 2. The topics that you should review before taking ‘Exit Exam Test’ consist of: Subject –Verb Agreement (SV) The Use of Adverbs Possessive Forms Much & Many Imperative Sentences Adjective Comparison Test of Grammar back
  • 3. A singular subject takes a singular verb, e.g. The boy is coming. A plural subject takes a plural verb, e.g. The boys are coming. To sum up, there are 10 rules of subject-verb agreement that is easy for you to learn. , if you would like to learn. back back to main menu
  • 4. SV-Rule 1 Verb after introductory adverbs ‘Here’ and There’ agree with the subjects that follow them. For example, -There is a book on the table. -There are three books on the table. -Here comes the bus. -There go the farmers. -There have been two accidents so far. back back to main menu next
  • 5. SV-Rule 2 Two singular subjects connected by ‘and’ take a plural verbs. For example, -Tom and Mary are friends. -She and I go to school together. -The manager and the owner of the company are leaving for Rome tomorrow. back back to main menu next
  • 6. The following words when used as pronouns are always singular: SV-Rule 3 everyone everybody everything someone somebody something anyone anybody anything no one nobody nothing each another the other For example, -Each of the boys plays very well. -Someone is coming. -Another plan is needed to solve the problem. -Nobody knows where he is. back back to main menu next
  • 7. SV-Rule 4 Each of the following words when used as a pronoun is always plural: all many both several (a) few some For example, - Both are working in the same office. - A few friends want to go with you. - All were arrested last night. - Some want to stay home, others want to go to the movie. back back to main menu next
  • 8. SV-Rule 5 The following nouns are singular: physics ฟิสิกส์ mumps โรคคางทูม economics เศรษฐศาสต ร์ measles โรคหัด mathematics คณิตศาสตร์ ashes เถ้าถ่านของ ศพ politics รัฐศาสตร์ alms ทาน news ข่าว means วิธี For example, - Economics is a required subject in this field. - Mumps does not kill anybody. - Thai economics is worse than the past. back back to main menu next
  • 9. SV-Rule 6 The word ‘people’ is always plural. For example, - The people were glad to hear that the King was coming. SV-Rule 7 The title of a book or an article or a song is singular. For example, - Gulliver’s Travel was written by Swift. - Your ‘Farmers and Their Rice Fields” is a well-written essay. back back to main menu next
  • 10. SV-Rule 8 The verb agrees with the near subject when two subjects are connected by the following conjunctions: or neither…nor either…or not only…but also For example, - Neither you nor I am to go. - Either she or you are going to finish the work. - Not only the manager but also his daughters go to Paris every year. back back to main menu next
  • 11. SV-Rule 9 -A number of + (plural nouns) is plural. - The number of + (plural nouns) is singular. - None is singular; but, none of + (plural nouns) is plural. For example, - A number of students are playing football. - The number of students in this school is quite small. - None is here. - None of them are here. back back to main menu next
  • 12. SV-Rule 10 An infinitive or a gerund together with its modifiers is singular. For example, - To read is a good habit. - To mend car is a work of a mechanic. - Drinking a lot of water when you are hot is said to be unwise. - Climbing mountains is a good sport. back back to main menu next
  • 13. Usually adverbs modify verbs. When an adverb modifies a verb, it can be placed sentence in the following manners: 1. If the sentence has no object, the adverb follows the verb. For example, - He walked slowly. 2. If there is an object and the sentence is short, the adverb follows the object. For example, - He learned the words easily. back back to main menu next
  • 14. 3. If the object is long or already modified the adverb is placed immediately before the verb it modifies. For example, - He carefully put the pen and the paper into the drawer. An adverb can, however, be put before the verb it modifies although the sentence is short. This is often done when the speaker wants to emphasize that adverb. For example, -He really enjoyed the show. - He carefully studied the words. back back to main menu next
  • 15. Possessive Adjective Possessive Pronouns my mine our ours your yours his his her hers its its their theirs Possessive adjectives are different from other kinds of adjectives in that predicative uses are not allowed. Their corresponding pronoun forms are used instead in the predicate; as, Predicative Use Pronominal Use This is her book. This book is hers. Mine is on the desk. These are their books. These books are theirs. Have you seen ours? back back to main menu next
  • 16. is used with an uncountable noun. For example, - I bought too much furniture for my apartment. - How much happiness did you get from the party? is used with a plural countable noun. For example, - I bought too many tables for my apartment. - How many people are there in the party? back back to main menu next
  • 17. 1. An imperative sentence is used ‘infinitive without to’ and sometimes the word ‘please’ could be put at the begin or the end of the sentence in order to be polite. For example, -Please, take off your shoes before coming in. - Make yourselves at home, please. 2. In negative form, an imperative sentence is used ‘Don’t + infinitive without to. For example, - Don’t play in the classroom. - Don’t leave your bicycle here, please. back back to main menu next
  • 18. There are three degrees of adjective comparison: 1. Positive degree is used to compare the similarity of an adjective: 1.1 ‘as + adjective + as’ is always used in an affirmative sentence. For example, - This ball is as round as a marble. - John works as hard as his sister. 1.2 ‘not so + adjective + as’ is always used in a negative sentence. For example. back - Mary is not so beautiful as her mother. - He doesn’t run so fast as his brother. back to main menu next
  • 19. 2. Comparative degree is used to compare between two things or people: 2.1 Put ‘-er’ behind an adjective that has one syllable. For example, hard  harder small  smaller fast  faster 2.2 Put ‘more’ in front of an adjective that has more than one syllables. For example, beautiful  more beautiful important  more important cheerful  more cheerful back back to main menu next
  • 20. . Superlative degree is used to compare more than two things or people: 2.1 Put ‘-est’ behind an adjective that has one syllable. For example, hot  hottest large  largest wise  wisest 2.2 Put ‘most’ in front of an adjective that has more than one syllables. For example, beautiful  most beautiful important  most important cheerful  most cheerful back back to main menu next
  • 21. Each the following sentence contains four underlined words or phrases, marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. Click on the underlined part Directions: which is ‘GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT’. 1. A hurricane always cause great destruction when it reaches land. 1 2 3 4 2. In a tropical country, mumps usually come to the children under the 1 2 3 4 age of twenty. 3. ‘Romeo and Juliet’ are a very famous book by Shakespeare. 1 2 3 4 4. Both of them denies that they are responsible for it. 1 2 3 4 5. Not only he himself but also his son go to the movie every Friday night. 1 back 2 3 back to main menu 4 next
  • 22. Each the following sentence contains four underlined words or phrases, marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. Click on the underlined part Directions: which is ‘GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT’. 6. June brushes always her teeth in the morning. 1 2 3 4 7. Laura sings a song very beautiful. 1 2 3 4 8. Today, the weather is coldly, although the sun is shining brightly. 1 2 3 4 9. Bill felt sad because he did bad on the exam. 1 2 3 4 10. The pilot landed his plane quickly and careful. 1 back 2 3 back to main menu 4 next
  • 23. Each the following sentence contains four underlined words or phrases, marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. Click on the underlined part Directions: which is ‘GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT’. 11. I was on time for my class, but Lena was late for her. 1 2 3 4 12. They have theirs method of travel and we have ours. 1 2 3 4 13. He drives his car to work and she drives her to work, too. 1 2 3 4 14. I left my pen at home. May I borrow your for a moment? 1 2 3 4 15. We have a television set in our bedroom, and its very new. 1 back 2 3 back to main menu 4 next
  • 24. Each the following sentence contains four underlined words or phrases, marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. Click on the underlined part Directions: which is ‘GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT’. 16. Rita is wearing too many ring on her left hand. 1 2 3 4 17. Rita is wearing too many jewelry on her left hand. 1 2 3 4 18. I can’t go to a movie tonight. I have too many homework to do. 1 2 3 4 19. How much men have a full beard at least once in their life? 1 2 3 4 20. How many mail did you get yesterday? 1 back 2 3 4 back to main menu next
  • 25. Each the following sentence contains four underlined words or phrases, marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. Click on the underlined part Directions: which is ‘GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT’. 21. Don’t standing in front of me. I can’t see the show. 1 2 3 4 22. Please raising your hand if you know the answer. 1 2 3 4 23. Please being quiet, we must avoid annoying our neighbors. 1 2 3 4 24. Please beginning to eat now without waiting for the others to come. 1 2 3 4 25. Don’t being surprise in order to get a letter from her. 1 back 2 3 back to main menu 4 next
  • 26. Each the following sentence contains four underlined words or phrases, marked 1, 2, 3 and 4. Click on the underlined part Directions: which is ‘GRAMMATICALLY INCORRECT’. 26. Whose job is as dangerous, a policeman’s or a fireman’s. 1 2 3 4 27. This word seems so meaningful than the one you suggested. 1 2 3 4 28. Helen doesn’t prepare her homework more carefully as she should. 1 2 3 4 29. The weather today is the coldest than it was yesterday. 1 2 3 4 30. The taller building in New York is the Empire State Building. 1 back 2 3 4 back to main menu next
  • 27. Wonderful! This is correct. back
  • 28. Oh sorry! Try again, please. back
  • 29. Wonderful! This is correct. back
  • 30. Oh sorry! Try again, please. back
  • 31. Wonderful! This is correct. back
  • 32. Oh sorry! Try again, please. back
  • 33. Wonderful! This is correct. back
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  • 35. Wonderful! This is correct. back
  • 36. Oh sorry! Try again, please. back
  • 37. Wonderful! This is correct. back
  • 38. Oh sorry! Try again, please. back
  • 39. The topics of the conversations that you should review before taking ‘Exit Exam Test’ consist of: Greeting & Introducing Requesting & Offering Telephoning Job Interviewing back back to main menu
  • 40. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 1. A: How is everything? B: ………………………………. 1 2 3 4 back See you. Glad to meet you. Fine, thanks. How are you? How are you? back to main menu next
  • 41. Excellent! back next
  • 42. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 43. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 2. A: Professor White, this is Dr. Clinton. B: ………………………………. C: How do you do? 1 2 3 4 back Oh-not a lot. Busy at the office as usual. How do you do? Fine, thanks. How are you? Yes, that’s right. back to main menu next
  • 44. Excellent! back next
  • 45. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 46. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 3. A: Excuse me. Aren’t you Robert Redford? B: …………………………………………………………….. 1 2 3 4 back Oh-not a lot. Busy at the office as usual. How do you do? Fine, thanks. How are you? Yes, that’s right. back to main menu next
  • 47. Excellent! back next
  • 48. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 49. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 4. A: What have you been up to? B: …………………………………………………………….. 1 2 3 4 back Oh-not a lot. Busy at the office as usual. How do you do? Fine, thanks. How are you? Yes, that’s right. back to main menu next
  • 50. Excellent! back next
  • 51. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 52. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 5. A: How would you like that cooked? B: …………………………………………………………….. 1 2 3 4 back The pork chops were delicious. Thank you very much. Please come again. Medium please. back to main menu next
  • 53. Excellent! back next
  • 54. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 55. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 6. A: Good morning. My air condition is not working in the master bedroom. Can you please send someone to fix it as soon as possible? B: …………………………………………………………….. 1 2 3 4 back That will be O.K. Of course. Please come again. Thank you. back to main menu next
  • 56. Excellent! back next
  • 57. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 58. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 7. A: …………………………………………………………….. B: Yes. Hello. Can you tell me how much a double room? 1 2 3 4 back Hotel Sofitel. Can I help you? What are you doing this weekend? Can I have your name please? How long for? back to main menu next
  • 59. Excellent! back next
  • 60. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 61. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 8. A: Do you have just one suitcase? B: ………………………………………………. 1 2 3 4 back Yes, of course. Here you are. Yes. Here’s your boarding pass. Yes. This bag is hand luggage. Yes, that was be good, thank you. back to main menu next
  • 62. Excellent! back next
  • 63. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 64. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 9. A: Could you fill in this form please? B: ………………………………………………. 1 2 3 4 back That will be O.K. Of course. Please come again. Thank you. back to main menu next
  • 65. Excellent! back next
  • 66. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 67. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 10. A: Are you ready to order? B: ………………………………………………. 1 2 3 4 back I hope you enjoy your meal. Thank you very much. Yes. I’d like the spaghetti. The same for me. back to main menu next
  • 68. Excellent! back next
  • 69. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 70. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 11. A: Hello. B: Hello. Could I speak to Hiroko, please? A: ………...(11.)………….. I’m sorry she isn’t here. Can I take a message? 12. B: Yes. Could you ask her to call Ann when she come back please? A: Yes, of course. B: Thanks very much. Goodbye. A: ………(12)………. Goodbye. back 1 Who shall I say is calling 2 Hold on please. 3 I’ll put you through. 4 Please ask her to call me. 1 Just fine. 2 Yes, that’s right. 3 You’re welcome. 4 No problem. back to main menu next
  • 71. Excellent! back next
  • 72. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back next
  • 73. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 13. A: Good morning, Mr. Andrew. Please have a seat. B: Thank you very much. A: Before we start, ………………(13)……………….? B: Yes, of course. Here’s my degree and application form. 14. A: As you know, this opening is for a secretary. ………………(14)………………………….. B: Well, I can speak quite well, but ……..(15)… A: I see. …………………(16)………………………..? B: Oh, no. It wouldn’t be a problem for me. back 1 Could I have your paper please? How2well do you speak English? Can 3 you work in the evening? What hours can you work? 4 Tell 1 your experiences. me 2 Please tell me about your English skills. Tell 3 your English level. me 4 Please tell me what your English grade is. back to main menu next
  • 74. Directions: Click on the correct answer to complete each of the following conversations. 15. A: Good morning, Mr. Andrew. Please have a seat. B: Thank you very much. A: Before we start, ………………(13)……………….? B: Yes, of course. Here’s my degree and application form. 16. A: As you know, this opening is for a secretary. ………………(14)………………………….. B: Well, I can speak quite well, but ……..(15)… A: I see. …………………(16)………………………..? B: Oh, no. It wouldn’t be a problem for me. back 1 I don’t like it. 2 I can write well too. 3 I’m not good at writing. I never speak it. 4 1 Would you mind working overtime sometimes? 2 Do you have any problems? 3 Would you mind talking with me? 4 Do you mind getting low salary? back to main menu next
  • 75. Excellent! back
  • 76. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back
  • 77. Excellent! back
  • 78. Sorry dear! Try again, please. back
  • 79. Read the following letter, then click on the correct answer to each question.(No.1-2) Directions: Dear Emily, I’m having a wonderful time on Capri. I’m staying at a lovely hotel In the Marina Grande. I’m really enjoy myself! I think Capri is an amazing island. Love Ben back 1. What is the main purpose of this postcard? 1 To inform To greet 2 3 To request Emily Hanks 4 3 Bronze St To advertise Shrewsbury England 2. Who is on Capri? 1 Emily 2 Marina Grande 3 Ben Emily and Ben 4 back to main menu next
  • 80. It is correct ! back next
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  • 82. Read the following chart, then click on the correct answer to each question. (No. 3-4) Directions: 3. What is the Look at the latest U.S. Government figures for this figure? Other brands that call themselves low in tar. Brand D (Filter) Brand R (Filter) Brand K (Menthol) Brand D (Menthol) Brand M (Filter) Brand T (Menthol) Brand V (Filter) Brand V (Menthol) Brand T (Filter) back tar, mg/cig. 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 main purpose of 1 To encourage people to nicotine, stop smoking. mg/cig. 2 1.0 To give a warning to people 0.9 about the danger of smoking. 0.8 To persuade people to buy 3 0.9 cigarettes with the lowest 0.8 0.7 tar and nicotine. 4 0.8 To advertise people to know 0.8 cigarettes. 0.6 back to main menu next
  • 83. It is correct ! back next
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  • 85. Look at the latest U.S. Government figures for Other brands that call themselves low in tar. Brand D (Filter) Brand R (Filter) Brand K (Menthol) Brand D (Menthol) Brand M (Filter) Brand T (Menthol) Brand V (Filter) Brand V (Menthol) Brand T (Filter) back tar, mg/cig. 15 14 13 13 12 12 12 11 11 nicotine, mg/cig. 4. 1.0 0.9 0.8 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.8 0.8 0.6 Which brand is the most dangerous to your health? 1 Brand T (Filter) 2 Brand D (Filter) 3 Brand V (Menthol) Brand M (Filter) 4 back to main menu next
  • 86. It is correct ! back next
  • 87. Oh, it is incorrect ! back next
  • 88. Directions: Read the following text, then click on the correct answer to each question. (No. 5-11) Juan loves to play games. His favorite game is chess because it requires a great deal of thought. Juan also likes to play less demanding board games that are based mostly on luck. He prefers Monopoly because it requires luck and skill. If he’s alone, Juan likes to play action video games as long as they aren’t too violent. 5. What is the main idea of this paragraph? 1 Juan dislikes violence. 2 Juan likes to think. 3 Juan enjoys Monopoly. 4 Juan enjoys playing games. back back to main menu next
  • 89. It is correct ! back next
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  • 91. Maria is watching too much television. A toddler shouldn’t be spending hours staring blankly at a screen. Worse yet, some of her wild behavior has been inspired by those awful cartoons she watches. We need to spend more time reading books with her and pull the plug on the TV! 6. What is the main idea of this paragraph? 1 Watching a lot of television isn’t good for Maria. 2 Books are good. 3 All cartoons are bad. 4 Some cartoons are bad for Maria. back back to main menu next
  • 92. It is correct ! back next
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  • 94. My favorite form of entertainment is the cinema. I love everything about it. The excitement starts when I look in the newspapers to see what films are showing this week. Then when I have chosen the film I want to see, I go down to the box office to buy a ticket. I usually get a centre aisle seat at the front so that I can get a good view of the screen When choosing a film I always like to see who directed it and who is starring in it. My favorite director is Steven Spielberg and my favorite actor is Anthony Hopkins. Nicole Kidman is probably one of the world’s best actresses but my favorite is Jodie Foster. I like most kinds of films: westerns, war films, comedies, thrillers, horror films anything really except science fiction films. Films that are set in the future really do not attract me. In addition, I am not very keen on films that have subtitles. It is not because I do not like foreign films. It is because I find it really difficult to read the subtitles, listen to the dialogue and watch the action all at the same time! 7. Why does the writer like the cinema so much? 1 because she likes all kinds of films 2 because she likes reading the newspaper 3 because she likes everything about it back back to main menu next
  • 95. It is correct ! back next
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  • 97. My favorite form of entertainment is the cinema. I love everything about it. The excitement starts when I look in the newspapers to see what films are showing this week. Then when I have chosen the film I want to see, I go down to the box office to buy a ticket. I usually get a centre aisle seat at the front so that I can get a good view of the screen When choosing a film I always like to see who directed it and who is starring in it. My favorite director is Steven Spielberg and my favorite actor is Anthony Hopkins. Nicole Kidman is probably one of the world’s best actresses but my favorite is Jodie Foster. I like most kinds of films: westerns, war films, comedies, thrillers, horror films anything really except science fiction films. Films that are set in the future really do not attract me. In addition, I am not very keen on films that have subtitles. It is not because I do not like foreign films. It is because I find it really difficult to read the subtitles, listen to the dialogue and watch the action all at the same time! 8. Which of the following does she do first? 1 she chooses which film to see she checks in the newspaper to see what films 2 are being screened 3 she buys a ticket at the box office back back to main menu next
  • 98. It is correct ! back next
  • 99. Oh, it is incorrect ! back next
  • 100. My favorite form of entertainment is the cinema. I love everything about it. The excitement starts when I look in the newspapers to see what films are showing this week. Then when I have chosen the film I want to see, I go down to the box office to buy a ticket. I usually get a centre aisle seat at the front so that I can get a good view of the screen When choosing a film I always like to see who directed it and who is starring in it. My favorite director is Steven Spielberg and my favorite actor is Anthony Hopkins. Nicole Kidman is probably one of the world’s best actresses but my favorite is Jodie Foster. I like most kinds of films: westerns, war films, comedies, thrillers, horror films anything really except science fiction films. Films that are set in the future really do not attract me. In addition, I am not very keen on films that have subtitles. It is not because I do not like foreign films. It is because I find it really difficult to read the subtitles, listen to the dialogue and watch the action all at the same time! 9. Why does she sit at the front of the cinema? 1 she has bad eyesight 2 she likes to be able to see the screen 3 she wants to be able to read the subtitles back back to main menu next
  • 101. It is correct ! back next
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  • 103. My favorite form of entertainment is the cinema. I love everything about it. The excitement starts when I look in the newspapers to see what films are showing this week. Then when I have chosen the film I want to see, I go down to the box office to buy a ticket. I usually get a centre aisle seat at the front so that I can get a good view of the screen When choosing a film I always like to see who directed it and who is starring in it. My favorite director is Steven Spielberg and my favorite actor is Anthony Hopkins. Nicole Kidman is probably one of the world’s best actresses but my favorite is Jodie Foster. I like most kinds of films: westerns, war films, comedies, thrillers, horror films anything really except science fiction films. Films that are set in the future really do not attract me. In addition, I am not very keen on films that have subtitles. It is not because I do not like foreign films. It is because I find it really difficult to read the subtitles, listen to the dialogue and watch the action all at the same time! 10. Which of the following kinds of films doesn’t she like? war films 1 foreign films 2 3 science fiction films back back to main menu next
  • 104. It is correct ! back next
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  • 106. My favorite form of entertainment is the cinema. I love everything about it. The excitement starts when I look in the newspapers to see what films are showing this week. Then when I have chosen the film I want to see, I go down to the box office to buy a ticket. I usually get a centre aisle seat at the front so that I can get a good view of the screen When choosing a film I always like to see who directed it and who is starring in it. My favorite director is Steven Spielberg and my favorite actor is Anthony Hopkins. Nicole Kidman is probably one of the world’s best actresses but my favorite is Jodie Foster. I like most kinds of films: westerns, war films, comedies, thrillers, horror films anything really except science fiction films. Films that are set in the future really do not attract me. In addition, I am not very keen on films that have subtitles. It is not because I do not like foreign films. It is because I find it really difficult to read the subtitles, listen to the dialogue and watch the action all at the same time! 11. Why doesn’t she really like films with subtitles? because they are boring 1 because they don’t attract her 2 3 because you have to do too many things at one time back back to main menu next
  • 107. It is correct ! back next
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  • 109. Directions: A Mrs. Lee’s Daily 9-6 B C back Read the following advertisements, then click on the correct answer to each question. (No. 12- 15) Fresh Produce D Alberson’s Thursdays 9-7 Pharmacy 9-12:30 1:30-6 Closed Tues pm James Berry Newsstand 8-6  MAYFIELD’S  ELECTRICAL GOODS 9-1 2-7 Closed Mondays back to main menu E Sunshine Bakery 8-12 1:30-5 next
  • 110. 12. Which advertisement should you pay attention to if you want to buy a daily paper before nine o’clock in the morning? Ad. 1 B Ad.2E Ad. 3 A Ad. 4D 13. It’s twelve o’clock on Monday and you have a sore throat and a cough. Which advertisement you can buy some medicine. Ad. 1 C Ad. 2 E Ad. 3 D Ad. 4A 14. How many stores close for lunch? two 1 three 2 four3 15. Which store is open until 7 pm on Thursdays? Mrs.1 Lee 2 Sunshine Bakery 3 MayField's Berry’s 4 back five4
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