# Level 4, Unit 8 Test

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### What does Katie have to do?

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Meet a friend.

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Go to the library.

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Explanation
Katie has to read a book.

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### What's Jane going to do?

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Stay at home.

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Study with a friend.

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Get a book from the library.

B. Study with a friend.
Explanation
The correct answer is "Study with a friend." This can be inferred from the question asking about Jane's future plans, and out of the given options, studying with a friend seems like the most plausible activity for her to engage in.

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• 10.

### How many meetings does Bill have in the morning?

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One.

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Two.

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Three.

B. Two.
Explanation
The correct answer is two because the question asks about the number of meetings Bill has in the morning. Since the answer states "Two," it implies that Bill has two meetings in the morning.

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### When is Rita going to call the doctor's office?

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Right away.

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Between eight-thirty and nine (8:30-9:00).

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After nine.

C. After nine.
Explanation
The correct answer is "After nine." This implies that Rita will call the doctor's office sometime after 9:00. This suggests that she will make the call later in the day, possibly in the morning or afternoon, but not within the time frame of 8:30-9:00.

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### A: Which sofa do you like?  Do you like the green ________?B: No, I like the _________ one.

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One

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Ones

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Brown large

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Large brown

A. One
D. Large brown
Explanation
In the conversation, person A asks person B which sofa they like. Person B responds by saying they do not like the green one, but instead, they like the large brown one. This means that person B prefers a specific sofa, indicated by the word "one," and describes it as "large brown." Therefore, the correct answer is "one, large brown."

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### A: I love the _________ clocks.B: I don't.  I prefer those round _______.

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Big square

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Square big

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One

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Ones

A. Big square
D. Ones
Explanation
The correct answer is "big square, ones" because in the conversation, person A expresses their love for the "big square" clocks, and person B disagrees and prefers the "round ones." The word "ones" is used to refer back to the clocks mentioned in the previous sentence.

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### A: I want to buy a ___________ rug.B: But you already have two nice _________.

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Beautiful silk

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Silk beautiful

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One

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Ones

A. Beautiful silk
D. Ones
Explanation
B is telling A that they already have two nice rugs, implying that A doesn't need to buy any more rugs. A specifies that they want to buy a "beautiful silk" rug, indicating their preference for a specific type of rug. The word "ones" in B's response refers to the two nice rugs that A already has.

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### A: Look at those lamps.  Which _______  do you like?B: I like that __________ lamp.

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One

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Ones

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Cool Russian

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Russian cool

A. One
C. Cool Russian
Explanation
In the conversation, person A is asking person B for their preference among a group of lamps. Person B responds by saying "I like that one, cool Russian lamp." The word "one" is used to refer to a specific lamp from the group. "Cool Russian" is used to describe the lamp, indicating that it has a cool design or style and is of Russian origin.

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### A: This is a really nice apartment.  Wow!  Is this your TV?B: No.  Everything in the living room is Ken's.A: What about the CD player?  Is that _______ too?B: Yes, it is.  I have ___________ in the kitchen.  I like to listen to music while I cook.A: Really?  We keep ___________ in the kitchen too.

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His

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He

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My

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Mine

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We

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Ours

A. His
D. Mine
F. Ours
Explanation
The correct answer for the first blank is "his" because "CD player" belongs to Ken, as mentioned earlier in the conversation. The correct answer for the second blank is "mine" because the speaker is referring to their own CD player in the kitchen. The correct answer for the third blank is "ours" because the speaker is stating that they also keep something in the kitchen, implying that it belongs to both of them.

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### A: I have my tickets.  Do you have ________?B: Yes, I do.  Do you have Karen's too?A: No, she has ________.  Are we taking Mom and Dad's car to the theater?B: No, we can't take ________ car because they're going to need it.  Let's go in my car.

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You

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Yours

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Her

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Hers

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Their

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Theirs

B. Yours
D. Hers
E. Their
Explanation
The correct answer is "yours" because person B is asking if person A has their own tickets. The possessive pronoun "yours" is used to refer to something that belongs to the person being spoken to.

The correct answer is "hers" because person A is saying that Karen does not have her own tickets. The possessive pronoun "hers" is used to refer to something that belongs to Karen.

The correct answer is "their" because person B is saying that they cannot take someone else's car because they will need it. The possessive pronoun "their" is used to refer to something that belongs to multiple people.

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### You're at a friend's house.  You would like to listen to the radio.A: Do you mind (I / turn on / if / the radio)?

if I turn on the radio
Explanation
The correct answer is "if I turn on the radio." This answer is the most appropriate because it follows the grammatical structure of the question and expresses the speaker's desire to listen to the radio at their friend's house. By using the conditional "if," it shows that the speaker is asking for permission to turn on the radio.

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### You ask a friend to water your plants while you're away for a few days.A: Could you (my / water / plants) , please ?

water my plants
Explanation
The correct answer is "water my plants". In the given context, the person is asking their friend to perform the action of watering their plants while they are away. The phrase "water my plants" is a polite and direct way to make this request.

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### A friend is visiting you in your home.  You need help in the kitchen.A: Would you mind (in / helping / the kitchen / me) ?

helping me in the kitchen
Explanation
The correct answer is "helping me in the kitchen" because it is the most grammatically correct and natural way to ask for help in the given context. The phrase "helping me" indicates that the speaker is requesting assistance, and "in the kitchen" specifies the location where the help is needed.

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### You are in a friend's apartment.  The window is open and you feel cold.A: Can I (the / close / window)?

close the window
Explanation
The person is asking for permission to close the window because they feel cold.

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### The right answer for the request #15 is...

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Sure.

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No, not at all.

B. No, not at all.
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### The right answer for the request #16 is...

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No problem.

B. No problem.
Explanation
The phrase "No problem" is a commonly used response to indicate that there is no issue or obstacle in proceeding with the request. It conveys a sense of reassurance and willingness to accommodate the other person's needs. By choosing this answer, the speaker is expressing their readiness to move forward without any difficulties or objections.

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### The right answer to the request #17 is...

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No, not at all.

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Yes.

A. No, not at all.
Explanation
The correct answer is "No, not at all." This answer indicates a strong disagreement or negation towards the request or statement. It implies that the person does not agree or support the idea in any way.

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### The right answer for the request #18 is...

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No, you can't.

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Explanation
The correct answer is "Sure, go ahead." This response indicates permission or approval for the person to proceed with whatever they are requesting. It suggests that there are no objections or restrictions to their actions.

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• 26.

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Steve's family's photos are in a scrapbook.

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The photos have dates on the back.

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The photos are at Steve's parents' house.

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They look at the photos every year.

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They don't remember much about the recent photos.

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A lot of the photos look the same.

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They don't always agree about the photos.

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They enjoy looking at the family photos.

C. The photos are at Steve's parents' house.
F. A lot of the photos look the same.
G. They don't always agree about the photos.
H. They enjoy looking at the family photos.
Explanation
The given answer is correct because it accurately identifies the four true statements about the Reading. It states that the photos are at Steve's parents' house, which is mentioned in the text. It also mentions that a lot of the photos look the same, which is stated in the Reading. Additionally, it states that they don't always agree about the photos, which is mentioned in the text. Lastly, it mentions that they enjoy looking at the family photos, which is also stated in the Reading.

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### Bathroom: sink, mirror, _________, _________.

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Coffee table

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Bathtub

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Toilet

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Dresser

B. Bathtub
C. Toilet
Explanation
The given question is asking for two items that are typically found in a bathroom. The options provided are coffee table, bathtub, toilet, and dresser. Out of these options, the correct answer is bathtub and toilet. A coffee table and dresser are not typically found in a bathroom, whereas a sink, mirror, bathtub, and toilet are common fixtures in a bathroom. Therefore, the correct answer is bathtub and toilet.

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### Bedroom: bed, clock, _______, ________.

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Nightstand

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Dishwasher

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Dresser

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Sofa

A. Nightstand
C. Dresser
Explanation
The given question is asking for two items that are commonly found in a bedroom, along with a bed and a clock. The correct answer is "nightstand" and "dresser". A nightstand is a small table or cabinet that is typically placed next to a bed, providing a surface to hold items such as a lamp, alarm clock, or books. A dresser is a piece of furniture with drawers used for storing clothing and personal belongings. Both nightstand and dresser are commonly found in bedrooms and serve practical purposes for organizing and storing items.

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### Living room: amrchair, lamp, ________, _________.

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Dishwasher

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Coffee table

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Sofa

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Toilet

B. Coffee table
C. Sofa
Explanation
The given question is asking for two items that would typically be found in a living room. The correct answer is "coffee table" and "sofa". A coffee table is a common furniture piece in a living room that is used for placing drinks, books, or other items. A sofa is a comfortable seating option that is often the centerpiece of a living room. Both of these items are commonly found in living room setups and complement each other in terms of functionality and aesthetics.

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### Kitchen: cabinets, oven,_________, ________.

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Dishwasher

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Stove

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Tolet

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Bed

A. Dishwasher
B. Stove
Explanation
The given question is asking for two items that are commonly found in a kitchen. The options provided are "dishwasher," "stove," "toilet," and "bed." The correct answer is "dishwasher" and "stove" because both of these items are commonly found in a kitchen.

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