English V Unit 2

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  • 1. 

    INSTRUCTIONS. Listen. What are the people talking about? Check the main topic.   Sharon

    • A.

      A secret dream

    • B.

      Her favorite museum

    • C.

      A recent trip

    Correct Answer
    A. A secret dream
    Explanation
    The people are talking about Sharon's secret dream.

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  • 2. 

       Mike

    • A.

      Spicy food

    • B.

      A favorite restaurant

    • C.

      A delicious meal

    Correct Answer
    B. A favorite restaurant
    Explanation
    Mike's favorite restaurant serves delicious meals, which is why it is the correct answer. The other options, spicy food and a delicious meal, do not specifically mention his favorite restaurant. Therefore, they cannot be considered as the correct answer.

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  • 3. 

       David

    • A.

      A vacation in Germany

    • B.

      A wonderful experience

    • C.

      An interesting job

    Correct Answer
    B. A wonderful experience
  • 4. 

       Jeny

    • A.

      School sports

    • B.

      Tennis

    • C.

      A competition

    Correct Answer
    B. Tennis
    Explanation
    The given answer "tennis" is the correct answer because it is the sport that is being mentioned in the context of "school sports" and "a competition". It can be inferred that the competition being referred to is specifically related to tennis.

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  • 5. 

    INSTRUCTIONS. Complete the conversations with the words in parentheses and the present perfect. A. I want to go to Africa next year. I ______________________________ (never/travel) there. 

    Correct Answer
    have never traveled
    've never traveled
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have never traveled" or "'ve never traveled". Both options correctly use the present perfect tense to indicate that the speaker has not traveled to Africa at any point in the past up until now.

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  • 6. 

    B. Maybe we should go together. I ______________________________ (always/want) to see the animals.

    Correct Answer
    have always wanted
    've always wanted
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have always wanted" or "'ve always wanted". Both options are grammatically correct and convey the same meaning. They indicate a continuous desire or longing to see the animals. The use of "have" or "'ve" (a contraction of "have") suggests that this desire has existed for a long period of time, possibly since childhood.

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  • 7. 

    A. I ______________________________ (not/try) Indonesian food. I hear it's very good.

    Correct Answer
    have not tried
    haven't tried
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have not tried" or "haven't tried". Both phrases indicate that the speaker has not yet had the experience of trying Indonesian food, but they have heard that it is very good.

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  • 8. 

    B. Yeah, it is. I ______________________________ (eat) it several times, and I like it a lot.

    Correct Answer
    have eaten
    've eaten
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have eaten,'ve eaten." Both options are correct because they both indicate past actions of eating. "Have eaten" is the present perfect tense, indicating that the person has eaten the food multiple times in the past and it is still relevant to the present. "'ve eaten" is the contraction of "have eaten," which also indicates past actions of eating.

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  • 9. 

    A. I ______________________________ (surf) in Hawaii several times.

    Correct Answer
    have surfed
    've surfed
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have surfed" or "'ve surfed". These options indicate that the person has surfed in Hawaii several times in the past. The use of "have" or "'ve" suggests that the action of surfing has been completed or experienced by the person.

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  • 10. 

    B. Wow! That sounds great. I ______________________________ (never/be) to Hawaii. 

    Correct Answer
    have never been
    've never been
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have never been" or "'ve never been." These options correctly use the present perfect tense to express that the speaker has not had the experience of going to Hawaii in the past. The use of "have" or "'ve" indicates that the action of not going to Hawaii extends up until the present moment.

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  • 11. 

    INSTRUCTIONS. Complete the conversation with the present perfect or the simple past.Amy ______________ you ever ______________ (be) to Japan, Steve?Steve Yes, actually! I ______________(go) to Kyoto just last week - on business.            I ______________ (get) home yesterday.

    Correct Answer
    Have,been,went,got
    Explanation
    The conversation is discussing whether Amy has ever been to Japan. Steve confirms that he has been to Japan by saying "Yes, actually! I went to Kyoto just last week - on business." He also mentions that he got home yesterday, indicating that he has returned from his trip. Therefore, the correct answers are "Have" (present perfect) for Amy, "been" (past participle of "be") for Amy, "went" (simple past) for Steve, and "got" (simple past) for Steve.

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  • 12. 

    Amy Oh wow! You know, I ______________ (go) to Japan several times on business, but I _______________ never ______________ (visit) Kyoto.  ______________ you ______________ (enjoy) the trip?

    Correct Answer
    have gone,have,visited,Did,enjoy
    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because it follows the correct sequence of tenses. The first blank is filled with "have gone" which is the present perfect tense, indicating that Amy has gone to Japan multiple times in the past. The second blank is filled with "have" which is the present perfect tense, indicating that Amy has never visited Kyoto in the past. The third blank is filled with "visited" which is the past simple tense, indicating a specific action that Amy has not done in the past. The fourth blank is filled with "Did" which is the past simple tense, indicating a question in the past. The fifth blank is filled with "enjoy" which is the base form of the verb, indicating a question about Amy's enjoyment of the trip.

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  • 13. 

    Steve Well, it ______________ (be) interesting, but, you know, most of the time i just ______________ (work).

    Correct Answer
    was,worked
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "was, worked". In the sentence, the verb "was" is used to indicate the past tense of "be" and the verb "worked" is used to indicate the past tense of "work". This suggests that in the past, Steve found it interesting, but most of the time he was focused on his work.

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  • 14. 

    INSTRUCTIONS. Check the best answer to show interest and keep the conversation going.   A. I love Brazil. Have you been there?   B. ...

    • A.

      No. Brazil is too far away.

    • B.

      No, I haven't. When did you go?

    • C.

      No. I don't like to travel.

    Correct Answer
    B. No, I haven't. When did you go?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "No, I haven't. When did you go?" because it shows interest in the person's experience of visiting Brazil and prompts them to share more about their trip. The other options either dismiss Brazil as too far away or express a dislike for traveling, which does not continue the conversation or show interest in the person's experience.

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  • 15. 

       A. Have you ever seen a silent film?   B. ...

    • A.

      No. Have you ever seen one?

    • B.

      No. Silent films are really old.

    • C.

      No. I like action movies.

    Correct Answer
    A. No. Have you ever seen one?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "No. Have you ever seen one?" because it directly responds to the question asked in the prompt, which is "Have you ever seen a silent film?". The other responses do not address the question and provide unrelated information or personal preferences.

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  • 16. 

       A. Have you heard of the band Sunset?   B. ...

    • A.

      Yes, I have. They're awful.

    • B.

      No. What kind of music do they play?

    • C.

      No, I've never heard of them.

    Correct Answer
    B. No. What kind of music do they play?
    Explanation
    This answer is correct because it directly responds to the question "Have you heard of the band Sunset?" by stating that the person has not heard of them. It then follows up with a related question asking about the kind of music they play, showing interest in learning more about the band.

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  • 17. 

       A. I love sailing. Have you ever gone?   B. ... 

    • A.

      Yes, I have. Do you have a boat?

    • B.

      Yes, but I don't like it very much.

    • C.

      You do? No, I've never gone.

    Correct Answer
    A. Yes, I have. Do you have a boat?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Yes, I have. Do you have a boat?" because it directly responds to the question "Have you ever gone?" The speaker confirms that they have gone sailing before and then asks if the other person has a boat, indicating a potential interest in sailing together.

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  • 18. 

    INSTRUCTIONS. Read Ted's travel blog. Then check the five true statements.  

    • A.

      It's Ted's first trip to New Zealand.

    • B.

      They're on the South Island.

    • C.

      They drove to Queenstown.

    • D.

      It's November in New Zealand.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. It's Ted's first trip to New Zealand.
    B. They're on the South Island.
    C. They drove to Queenstown.
    Explanation
    The given answer is correct because the information provided in the passage supports these statements. The passage mentions that it is Ted's first trip to New Zealand, indicating that he has never been there before. It also states that they are on the South Island, which implies that they are not on the North Island. Additionally, it is mentioned that they drove to Queenstown, indicating a mode of transportation and a specific destination. However, there is no information given about the time of year, so the statement "It's November in New Zealand" cannot be determined from the passage.

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  • 19. 

    ...

    • A.

      Queenstown is near a lake.

    • B.

      New Zealanders drink a lot of tea.

    • C.

      Ted usually drinks tea.

    • D.

      Queenstown looks like Norway.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Queenstown is near a lake.
    B. New Zealanders drink a lot of tea.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Queenstown is near a lake. and New Zealanders drink a lot of tea. The explanation for this answer is that the given statements provide information about Queenstown being near a lake and the drinking habits of New Zealanders. These statements are not related to each other and are both correct independently. Therefore, both statements can be considered as the correct answer.

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