Unit 10 - Assignment 1

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Unit 10 - Assignment 1 - Quiz

Assignment 1 for week 7 of 134 English course at Nakhon Pathom Rajabhat University

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    I - sister - two - and - one - have - brothers - .

  • 2. 

    I - like - really - don't - meat - eating - .

    The given answer is a repetition of the phrase "I don't really like eating meat" twice. This repetition emphasizes the speaker's strong dislike for eating meat.

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  • 3. 

    Go - usually - I - every - home - weekend - .

    The given answer is a repetition of the sentence "I usually go home every weekend". It seems to be an error or a duplication.

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  • 4. 

    What - sport - kind - you - of - do - like - ?

    The given answer is correct because it rephrases the question in a grammatically correct manner. It uses the correct word order and includes all the necessary words to form a complete and coherent sentence.

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  • 5. 

    How - do - often - you - sport - play - ?

    The given answer correctly rearranges the words to form a grammatically correct question. It follows the standard question structure of starting with an interrogative word "how", followed by the auxiliary verb "do", the subject "you", the main verb "play", and finally the noun "sport". The correct answer also uses the singular form of "sport" instead of the plural form "sports" to match the given sentence.

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  • 6. 

    How - usually - you - go - do - school - ? - to

    The correct answer is "How do you usually go to school?" This is the correct sentence structure for asking about someone's usual mode of transportation to school. The words are rearranged in the correct order to form a grammatically correct and coherent question.

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  • 7. 

    I - to - went - Bangkok - groceries - buy - to - yesterday - .

    The given sentence is a rearrangement of the words "I went to Bangkok to buy groceries yesterday." The sentence follows a subject-verb-object structure, where "I" is the subject, "went" is the verb, and "to Bangkok to buy groceries" is the object. The word "yesterday" indicates the time frame of the action. Therefore, the correct answer is the rearranged sentence "I went to Bangkok to buy groceries yesterday."

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  • 8. 

    I - Basic English - with - passed - a - grade - passing - .

    The given answer is a correct sentence that accurately reflects the information provided in the question. It states that the person passed Basic English with a passing grade. The repetition of the sentence in the answer is likely a typographical error and can be ignored.

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  • 9. 

    Wanted - to - I - go - Bangkok - watch - to - concert - to - but - Blackpink - had - I - no - money - .

    The given correct answer is a repetition of the given sentence. It accurately reflects the original sentence structure and conveys the same meaning.

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  • 10. 

    Were - There - three - exploded - in - bombs - last - Bangkok - week - .

    The explanation for the given correct answer is that the sentence is stating that three bombs exploded in Bangkok last week. The use of "there were" indicates the existence of the bombs, and "exploded" describes the action that they performed. The repetition of the sentence at the end might be a mistake or a formatting error.

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  • 11. 

    Walks - She - school - morning - to - every - the - .

    The given answer repeats the same sentence twice. It correctly states that "She walks to the school every morning." is the correct sentence. However, it is redundant and unnecessary to repeat the same sentence twice in the answer.

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  • 12. 

    Always - we - forget - to - bring - The teacher - disappointed - is - because - book - .

    The correct answer is "The teacher is disappointed because we always forget to bring the book." This answer accurately reflects the given sentence structure and conveys the meaning that the teacher feels let down or saddened by the fact that the students consistently forget to bring their book. The second option, "The teacher is angry because we always forget to bring the book," is not supported by the given sentence and introduces a different emotion (anger) that is not mentioned.

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  • 13. 

    Like - I - eating - cakes.

    The correct answer is "I like eating cakes." or "I like eating cake." Both options are grammatically correct and convey the same meaning. The verb "like" is used to express a preference or enjoyment of something, and in this case, it is followed by the gerund form of the verb "eating" to indicate the action of eating cakes or cake. The use of the pronoun "I" at the beginning of the sentence indicates that it is the speaker who enjoys this activity.

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  • 14. 

    Now - dog - is - The - resting - and - fine - home - at - .

  • 15. 

    He - out - looked - of - window - the - and - horrified - felt - . 

    The given correct answer is a repetition of the same sentence: "He looked out of the window and felt horrified." This repetition could be due to a mistake or oversight. It is possible that the answer was intended to be a different sentence or explanation, but it was duplicated instead. Alternatively, if the question was asking for multiple correct answers, then the repetition could be intentional to emphasize that both sentences are correct. However, without further context, it is difficult to determine the exact reason for the repetition.

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