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Unformatted text preview: QQ 747883097 TL 028 8194 2202 2011 Exercise 1 1. A) $16. B) $8. C) $32. D) $64. 2. A) $40. B) $80. C) $14. D) $28. 3. A) 6. B) 2. C) 4. D) 10. 4. A) $46. B) $86. C) $56. D) $130. 5. A) The man will pay ten dollars. C) The man will pay thirty dollars. B) The man will pay twenty dollars. D) The man will pay forty dollars. 6. A) He may write a check for ten dollars. B) He may not pay by check. C) He may write a check for the amount of purchase. D) He may write a check for twenty-five dollars. 7. A) She must cover five miles. C) She must turn three corners. QQ 747883097 TL 028 8194 2202 2011 B) She must walk five or six blocks. D) She must walk three blocks. 8. A) $0.40. B) $0.45. C) $0.35 D) $0.30 9. A) Four. B) Two. C) Five. D) Six. 10. A) $150. B) $175. C) $200. D) $225. BBBAC DBCAB Exercise 1 1. W: Is it true you only spent $32 on two dinners? M: No, I only spent half of that on the two meals. Q: How much did each dinner cost? 2. W: The shoes were a bargain. I got them for half price. M: You mean you only paid $ 40 for them? Q: How much did the shoes cost originally? 3. M: Six of us started to the movies, but only one-third of us actually made it to the theater. W: Then you could have asked four more people. Q: How many went to the movies? 4. M: The radio costs $ 40, but I only have $ 30. W: I have $16. Would you like to borrow it? Q: How much money do they have between them? 5. M: How much are the tickets? W: They're ten dollars each for the general public, but student tickets are half price. Q: How much will the man pay for two general tickets and two student tickets? 6. M: I'd like to pay by check. May I make it out for more than fifteen dollars? W: Certainly, there's a ten-dollar limit over the amount of purchase, though. Q: What is the maximum amount for which the man may write his check? 7. W: Excuse me. I'm trying to get to the Student Union. M: Sure. Just go down here to the corner and turn left. Then go straight for three blocks and turn left at the tower. It's two blocks from there. Q: How far must the woman walk to get to the Student Union? 8. M: I'd like to buy these four Thanks-giving cards. Are they ten cents each? W: Three of them are but that smaller one is only a nickel. Q: How much were the cards all together? 9. W: If everyone runs for president, who'll run for the other offices? M: Of the six candidates, only two are not running for president. Q: How many people are running for president? 10. M: How much is the rent? QQ 747883097 TL 028 8194 2202 2011...
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2011 for the course ENGLISH English taught by Professor Shan during the Summer '10 term at Xiamen University.
- Summer '10