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) Mr. Baki, I want you to meet my friend, Alisha Kellerman.
   b) How do you do, Mr. Baki? I am glad to know you. Mark has spoken about you a number of times.
   c) I have been here for about a week. I am going to leave tomorrow. I am going to the United States.
   d) If you read 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) I have studied English for sevearl years. I began to study when I was in elementary school, and I have continued in high school.
   b) First, I am going to New York City. Later, I plan to attend the University of Miami. I think I will like the climate in Miami better than the climate of New York.
   c) Write to me when you get back and tell me how you enjoyed Miami.
   d) If you read 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) Robert, what did you do the day before yesterday?
   b) The day after tomorrow will be Thursday. Holly, what are you going to do the day after tomorrow?
   c) Chris, what did you do last night?
   d) If you read 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) And what did you do the night before last?
   b) And what did the doctor say to you the night before last?
   c) When you got home the night before last, did you take the medicine which the doctor left you?
   d) If you read 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) I would like a single room for the night.
   b) No, I do not.
   c) I expect to be here for three or four days at the least.
   d) If you read 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) Is it an inside room or outside room?
   b) That will be alright.
   c) Is there a dining room in the hotel?
   d) If you read 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) At what hours do you serve?
   b) That does not leave me much time to see the city, does it?
   c) Maybe I will eat lunch on the run.
   d) If you read 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) Today we have the possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs. We use these very often in English. Chris, is this book yours or mine?
   b) Is this pencil yours or mine?
   c) Fred, is that notebook on your desk yours or Paul's?
   d) If you read 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) And the notebook on Paul's?
   b) Is that green fountain pen on Helen's desk yours or hers?
   c) Peter, is that eraser on John's desk yours or his?
   d) If you read 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) Chris, when were you born?
   b) Where were you born?
   c) George, who was this book written by?
   d) If you read 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) Who is this class taught by?
   b) William, when was America discovered?
   c) When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
   d) If you read 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) Robert, have you ever cut yourself with a knife?`
   b) Mary, have you ever burned yourself badly?
   c) Helen, do you study English by yourself or in a class?
   d) If you read 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) Grace, do you prefer to go to the movies by yourself or with a friend.
   b) Peter, do you live by yourslef or with your family?
   c) Incidentally, Peter, are you the oldest person in your family?
   d) If you read 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) John, do you like to study English?
   b) Mary, will you be in school tomorrow?
   c) Do you go to school on Saturdays?
   d) If you read 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) William, can you speak Spanish well?
   b) Can you speak English well?
   c) Peter, can you write English well?
   d) If you read 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) Last night I corrected all your compositions. Some of you made mistakes because you did not study the parts of speech well. Alisha, what is an adjective and adverb?
   b) Give me an example of an adjective and an adverb in a sentence.
   c) How may parts of speech are there in English, Alisha?
   d) If you read 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) Mark, enumerate the seven parts of speech.
   b) No, Mark. I want the names of the seven parts of speech. We already know adjective and adverb. What are the other five parts of speech?
   c) The other five are noun, pronoun, verb, preposition, and conjunction. Incidentally, Mark, your composition, which you called "Our Dog," was exactly the same as your sister's.
   d) If you read 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) I want ten six-cent stamps and ten airmail stamps.
   b) Can you tell me how much it costs to send a letter air mail to Venezuela?
   c) How long does it take for a letter to go air mail to Venezuela?
   d) If you read 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 also want to send this package to Washington by parcel post.
   b) It contains books, but I want to insure it for at least twenty-five dollars.
   c) Do I have to stick the stamps on myself?
   d) If you read 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) Helen, if today were a holiday, where would you go?
   b) George, if you studied much harder, would you learn English more rapidly?
   c) If you knew English well, Grace, what English books would you read?
   d) If you read 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) If you were in Europe now, Wiiliam, what country would you like to visit?
   b) If you were a millionaire, George, what would you do?
   c) If you were a millionaire, Peter, what would you do?
   d) If you read 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) May I help you?
   b) When do you intend to go?
   c) we have two flights on Monday, one in the morning and the other at night.
   d) If you read 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) Will that be first-class or economy?
   b) Do you want a one-way or a round-trip ticket?
   c) Be careful coming back. Driving is more dangerous than flying, you know.
   d) If you read 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) Helen, may books be taken from the public library without cost?
   b) How long can such books be kept at home?
   c) John, where can men's hats be bought?
   d) If you read 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.
   a) Grace, can fish be taught how to fly?
   b) William, where can wild animals be found?
   c) Where else can wild animals be found? Where, for example, can elephants be found, Peter?
   d) If you read above conversation comfortably then click D.


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