Multiple-Choice Questions

Click on the answer you think is correct.


1. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) What time did you get up this morning?
   b) What did you do after that?
   c) Did you eat breakfast?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

2. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) What did you have for breakfast?
   b) When did you leave for school?
   c) How did you come to school?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

3. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) I did not know you had a car.
   b) When did he buy it?
   c) How much did it cost?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

4. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) How is your brother?
   b) Where is he now?
   c) Will he be there on vacation?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

5. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) How long will he be there?
   b) Will he be very busy?
   c) I will not be home until eight o'clock, but you can come after that. What do you want?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

6. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Mark, please tell the class what you did last weekend.
   b) What did you do at home?
   c) Did you see a movie last weekend?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

7. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Will you see a movie next weekend?
   b) What will you see?
   c) Will you go alone or with your friends?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

8. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) What do you want?
   b) This book in my hand belongs to me. That book over there on the desk is Helen's.
   c) All those are Steve's.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

9. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) All these belong to Mr. Baki.
   b) Did you lose your pen too?
   c) This is a bad day for you. Did you write the exercises before you lost your book?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

10. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Excuse me. Does the bus stop on this corner?
   b) It is coming now.
   c) I am going to Oxford Street.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

11. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Thank you.
   b) It looks crowded. Do you think we can get on it?
   c) O.K. Let us try to get on it.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

12. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) What time is it now, Alisha?
   b) And what are we doing now?
   c) And what were we doing yesterday at ten o'clock?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

13. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) And, Alisha, what were you doing last night at seven o'clock?
   b) What were you doing this morning, Mark, when I saw you near the school?
   c) Good. We all seem to understand our lesson-- the past continuous form of verbs--- I was studying. You were studying. He was studying. Are there any questions?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

14. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Yes, Mark?
   b) It is correct to say, "I did not go to the movies last night." We say for example, "I did not go to the movies. You did not go to the movies. He did not go to the movies. Do you understand, Mark?
   c) That is right Mark.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

15. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Where do you want to eat?
   b) There is only that luncheonette on the corner. Every place is crowded at this hour of the day.
   c) It is about twelve-thirty.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

16. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Somebody said that the food in that luncheonette was very bad.
   b) I do not want very much to eat---perhaps only a sandwich.
   c) Waiter, I will have a ham sandwich and a glass of milk.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

17. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Hello, Mr. Baki. How are you?
   b) I want some nice fresh meat. Give me some lamb chops and some hamburger.
   c) I will have two steaks, then.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

18. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) How much hamburger do you want?
   b) Do you want the steaks thick or thin?
   c) All our meat is tender, Alisha.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

19. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) I hear you are going to New York for the holidays, Mr. Kellerman?
   b) How long are you going to be there?
   c) What are you going to do while you are in New York?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

20. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) But are you going to go to any shows or see any night clubs while you are there?
   b) Are you going to fly to New York, Mr. Kellerman, or are you going by bus?
   c) Why do you not fly? It is much faster and you save a lot of time.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

21. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Hello.
   b) I think you have the wrong number. What number are you calling?
   c) This is 662-3119.
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

22. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Tonya is not here right now. Who is this speaking?
   b) I do not expect her until about six o'clock, Alisha.
   c) Was there anything important? Do you want to leave a message?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

23. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Steve, what is the capital of the United States?
   b) Is Washington the largest city in the United States?
   c) Shannon, what is the largest city in Mexico?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

24. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
   a) Is Mexico City larger or smaller than New York?
   b) Which is smaller, Washington or Mexico City?
   c) Steve, is Mexico City newer or older than Washington?
   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.

25. Read the following conversation outloud and slowly. Then pronounce each word clearly. Read several times until you are comfortable with expression. Click A, B, and C.
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   d) If you read the above conversation comfortably then click D.


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