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  • 1. 

    Transform the next sentence from the British form of expressing possession to the American way:"I’ve got a nice room."

    Correct Answer
    I have a nice room.
    i have a nice room
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I have a nice room." The British form of expressing possession is "I've got," while the American way is simply "I have." Therefore, to transform the sentence from British to American, we remove the word "got" and use "I have" instead. The second answer, "i have a nice room," is incorrect because it does not capitalize the pronoun "I."

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  • 2. 

    Transform the next sentence from the British form of expressing possession to the American way:"She hasn’t got a cat."

    Correct Answer
    She doesn't have a cat.
    she doesn't have a cat
    She does not have a cat.
    she does not have a cat
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "She doesn't have a cat." The British form of expressing possession, "She hasn't got a cat," is transformed to the American way by using the phrase "doesn't have" instead of "hasn't got."

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  • 3. 

    Transform the next sentence from the British form of expressing possession to the American way:"Has Jack got a pet?"

    Correct Answer
    Does Jack have a pet?
    does Jack have a pet?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Does Jack have a pet?, does Jack have a pet?" The question is asking for the sentence to be transformed from the British form of expressing possession to the American way. In American English, the word "got" is typically omitted when expressing possession, so it is replaced with "have". Therefore, the sentence "Has Jack got a pet?" is transformed into "Does Jack have a pet?"

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  • 4. 

    Transform the next sentence from the American form of expressing possession to the British way:"The sisters have great teachers."

    Correct Answer
    The sisters have got great teachers.
    the sisters have got great teachers
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The sisters have got great teachers." This is the correct transformation from the American form of expressing possession to the British way. In British English, it is common to use the phrase "have got" to express possession, whereas in American English, it is more common to simply say "have." Therefore, the sentence is transformed by adding "got" after "have" to align with British English usage.

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  • 5. 

    Transform the next sentence from the American form of expressing possession to the British way:"He doesn’t have a bike."

    Correct Answer
    He hasn't got a bike.
    he hasn't got a bike
    He has not got a bike.
    he has not got a bike
    He's not got a bike.
    he's not got a bike
  • 6. 

    Transform the next sentence from the American form of expressing possession to the British way:"Do they have a goldfish?"

    Correct Answer
    Have they got a goldfish?
    have they got a goldfish?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Have they got a goldfish?, have they got a goldfish?". This is the correct transformation from the American form of expressing possession to the British way. In British English, "have they got" is used instead of "do they have" to indicate possession. The sentence is correctly transformed by replacing "do they have" with "have they got".

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  • 7. 

    She's got black hair and blue eyes.

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    C. Susy
    Explanation
    Susy is the correct answer because the statement mentions that the person being described has black hair and blue eyes. Out of the given options, only Susy fits this description.

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  • 8. 

    She's got blond hair and blue eyes. 

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    F. Ann
    Explanation
    The given statement describes someone with blond hair and blue eyes. Out of the given options, the name "Ann" is the only one that matches this description. Therefore, Ann is the correct answer.

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  • 9. 

    He's got blond hair and blue eyes.

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    D. Bill
    Explanation
    Bill is the correct answer because the statement mentions that the person being referred to has blond hair and blue eyes. Out of all the given options, Bill is the only one who matches this description.

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  • 10. 

    She's got brown hair and blue eyes.  

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    A. Kelly
    Explanation
    The given answer, Kelly, is the correct answer because the statement mentions that the person being described has brown hair and blue eyes.

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  • 11. 

    She's got brown hair and green eyes. 

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    G. Pam
    Explanation
    Pam is the correct answer because the statement mentions that the person being referred to has brown hair and green eyes. Out of all the given options, only Pam is a female name, and she is the only one who could potentially have brown hair and green eyes.

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  • 12. 

    He's got blond hair and brown eyes.

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    H. John
    Explanation
    John is the correct answer because the statement mentions that "He's got blond hair and brown eyes." Among the given options, John is the only name that is not gender-specific and can be associated with both blond hair and brown eyes.

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  • 13. 

    She's got brown hair and brown eyes.

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    B. Grace
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Grace because the statement mentions that the person being described has brown hair and brown eyes. Out of the given options, only Grace is mentioned.

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  • 14. 

    She's got blond hair and brown eyes.

    • A.

      Kelly

    • B.

      Grace

    • C.

      Susy

    • D.

      Bill

    • E.

      Becky

    • F.

      Ann

    • G.

      Pam

    • H.

      John

    Correct Answer
    E. Becky
    Explanation
    The given question states that "She's got blond hair and brown eyes." Among the given options, the only name that is associated with the description is Becky. Therefore, the correct answer is Becky.

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  • 15. 

    Unscramble the words to form a sentence: -can't / I / without / information / report / the / the / complete /. 

    Correct Answer
    I can't complete the report without the information.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "I can't complete the report without the information." This sentence is formed by unscrambling the given words in the correct order.

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  • 16. 

    Unscramble the words to form a sentence: - Saturdays / Joe  / like / doesn't/ getting / early / up / on /. 

    Correct Answer
    Joe doesn't like getting up early on Saturdays.
    Explanation
    The words "Saturdays," "Joe," "like," "doesn't," "getting," "early," "up," and "on" can be unscrambled to form the sentence "Joe doesn't like getting up early on Saturdays."

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  • 17. 

    Complete the sentence with the correct Gerund Phrase:Most of the time, __________________________.

    • A.

      To swim at the beach is safe.

    • B.

      Swam at the beach is safe.

    • C.

      Swimming at the beach is safe.

    • D.

      Swim at the beach is safe.

    Correct Answer
    C. Swimming at the beach is safe.
    Explanation
    The correct gerund phrase that completes the sentence is "swimming at the beach is safe." The gerund phrase "swimming at the beach" functions as the subject of the sentence and expresses the action of swimming. The phrase is followed by the verb "is" and the adjective "safe," indicating that the act of swimming at the beach is considered to be safe most of the time.

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  • 18. 

    Complete the sentence with the correct Gerund Phrase:My job is ___________________________________ at the hotel. 

    • A.

      To making reservations for overnight guests

    • B.

      Making reservations for overnight guests

    • C.

      Made reservations for overnight guests

    • D.

      To make reservations for overnight guests

    Correct Answer
    B. Making reservations for overnight guests
    Explanation
    The correct gerund phrase to complete the sentence is "making reservations for overnight guests." This phrase functions as the subject complement in the sentence, explaining the nature of the job. The gerund "making" is used to show the ongoing action of making reservations, and "for overnight guests" specifies the purpose or the recipients of the reservations.

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  • 19. 

    Complete the sentence with the correct Prepositional Phrase:Who says you can go ___________________ in eighty days?

    • A.

      Around the world

    • B.

      In the world

    • C.

      All over the world

    • D.

      Between the world

    Correct Answer
    A. Around the world
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "around the world" because it fits grammatically and contextually with the sentence. The sentence is asking who gave permission or said that someone can travel around the world in eighty days. The prepositional phrase "around the world" indicates the location or extent of the travel, making it the most appropriate choice.

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