Skyhigh Student`s Book 2.- Checkpoint 3

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Skyhigh Student`s Book 2.- Checkpoint 3 - Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Robert: We (1) ___________ (go) dancing tonight, Susan. Do you want to go?

    The correct answer is 're going, are going, 're going to go, are going to go. In the given conversation, Robert is suggesting to Susan that they go dancing tonight. The phrase "We (1) ___________ (go) dancing tonight" indicates a future plan. The correct answers use the present continuous form "are going" and the future form "are going to go" to express this intention. The contraction "'re" is used instead of "are" in the first and third options. Therefore, all four options correctly convey the idea of the future plan to go dancing.

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  • 2. 

    Susan: Sure. Where (2) __________ (go)?

    The correct answer is "are we going". In this question, Susan is asking about the future plans or destination. The phrase "are we going" is a grammatically correct way to ask about someone's intended destination. The other options, "are we going" and "are we going to go" are also grammatically correct, but they may sound slightly less natural in this context.

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  • 3. 

    Robert: Why don’t we (3) __________ (try) the new club, “Midnight” I’ts salsa night

    The correct answer is "try" because Robert suggests trying the new club "Midnight" on salsa night. The word "try" fits grammatically and makes sense in the context of the conversation as it suggests giving the new club a chance or attempting to go there.

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  • 4. 

    Marcy: Good idea. I`d like (4) __________ (see) it.

    The correct answer is "to see" because Marcy is expressing her agreement with the suggestion and stating her desire to see whatever is being referred to. The phrase "I'd like" indicates her preference or interest in the action of seeing.

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  • 5. 

    Robert: I think we (5) __________ (like) it. Brandon:Where`s the club? 

    Robert is expressing his opinion about something using the phrase "I think." Since he is talking about the future, he should use the future tense. Both "I'll like" and "will like" are future forms of the verb "like." Therefore, either option could be correct depending on the speaker's preference.

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  • 6. 

    Robert: It`s near Wal-Mart.You (6) __________ (turn) right at the next corner. Marcy:  Then it`s two blocks down.

    The correct answer is "will have to turn". This is because Marcy is referring to a future action that Robert will need to take. The phrase "will have to turn" indicates a requirement or necessity for Robert to turn right at the next corner.

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  • 7. 

     Brandon: Oh,look. There`s my friend James over there. Maybe he (7) __________ (want) to go with us. Susan: Which one is James? Brandon:He`s the guy with a blue backpack.

    Brandon suggests that James may want to go with them, indicating a future possibility. This is why "will want" is a correct answer. Additionally, Brandon describes James as "the guy with a blue backpack," implying that James is currently present. Therefore, "wants" is also a correct answer, indicating a present desire. Both answers are valid in different contexts.

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  • 8. 

    Susan:  The one (8) __________ (wear) a white shirt?

    The correct answer is "wearing" because it is the correct form of the verb "to wear" in the present participle form. In the sentence, the speaker is asking which person is currently wearing a white shirt.

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  • 9. 

    Brandon: Yeah. He likes (9) __________ (dance) to Latin music.

    The correct answer is "dancing, to dance." The first blank should be filled with "dancing" because it is the correct form of the verb to match with the subject "he." The second blank should be filled with "to dance" because it is the correct infinitive form of the verb to express the purpose or intention of the subject "he."

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    Let´s (10) __________ (ask) him if he wants to go. Hey, James!

    The correct answer is "ask, asking" because the sentence is in the imperative form and is asking someone to perform the action of asking. In this context, "ask" is the base form of the verb, while "asking" is the present participle form used to indicate the ongoing or continuous action of asking.

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