solutions - 1 Would you like to go skating with me(C A B C D Yes I think so No thanks Yes I'd love to I'm afraid not 2 Would you like something to

solutions - 1 Would you like to go skating with me(C A B C...

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1. —Would you like to go skating with me?—________________.( C ) A.Yes, I think soB.No, thanksC.Yes, I'd love toD.I'm afraid not 2. —Would you like something to drink? What about a cup of tea?—________________ 3. —Hello, may I have an appointment with the headmaster?—________________. 4. —Why not join us in the game?—________________.
B. No, you do the same C. Oh, that's all right D. Don't mention it 5. —Could I see your ticket please? —________________ ( D ) A. I am not sure yet. B. I'd love one. C. I might be. Why? D. Here you are. 6. —Do you think I could borrow your dictionary this weekend? —Sorry, but ________________ 7. —Would you mind closing the window? It is windy outside.—________________ ( A ) A.Not at all.B.Sure, go ahead.C.Why not?D.Yes, I would. 8. —Don't forget to come to my party this evening! —________________
( B ) A.I can't.B.I won't.C.I don't.D.I will.9. —This box is too heavy for me to carry it upstaris.—________________.( B ) A.You may ask for help.B.I’ll give you a hand.C.Please do me a favor. D.I’d come to help.10. —Can I help you carry the bag?—________________.( D ) A.Needn’t.B.you couldn’t do it.C.I could do it myself. D.Thank you, but I can manage it myself. 11._______ the War of Independence, the United States was an English colony. 12.Every morning Mr. Smith takes a _______ to his office.

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