Czenglish 188-195 elftest

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Czenglish 188-195 elftest
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  1. Q
    A. Sit down, please.
    B. Sit, please.
    C. Have a seat.
    D. Please, have a seat.
    E. Please, take a seat.
    F. Sit yourself, please.
    G. Take a seat.
    • A- Sit down, please.
    • C- Have a seat.
    • D- Please, have a seat.
    • E- Please, take a seat.
    • G- Take a seat.
  2. Q
    A. Would you like another beer? – Please.
    B. Do you want another bear? – Yes, thanks. C. Would you like another beer? – Yes, please.
    D. Another beer? – Yes, please.
    • A- Would you like another beer? – Please
    • C- Would you like another beer? – Yes, please.
    • D- Another beer? – Yes, please.
  3. Q.
    A. Are they showing anything interesting on TV tonight?
    B. Is there anything worth watching on TV tonight?
    C. Is there anything interesting on the TV programme?
    D. Is there an interesting programme on TV tonight?
    E. Is there an interesting programme in TV tonight?
    F. Is the TV programme interesting tonight?
    • A - Are they showing anything interesting on TV tonight?
    • B - Is there anything worth watching on TV tonight?
  4. Q.
    A. Is there any possibility to control Nature?
    B. Is there any possibility to rule Nature?
    C. Exists any chance of controlling Nature?
    D. Is there any possibility of controlling Nature?
    E. Does there exists any opportunity of controlling Nature?
    F. Is there a possibility to control Nature?
    D - Is there any possibility of controlling Nature?
  5. Q
    A. My husband had to stay at home and look after children - there was not another possibility.
    B. My husband had to stay home and look after the children, because there was no other possibility.
    C. My husband had to stay at home and looked after children because there was no other possibility.
    D. My husband had to stay at home for taking care of the children as there were no other chances.
    E. My husband had to stay at home and look after the children, because there was no other possibility.
    F. My husband had to stay home and see after the children because there weren't no more possibilities.
    • B - My husband had to stay home and look after the children, because there was no other possibility.
    • E - My husband had to stay at home and look after the children, because there was no other possibility
  6. Q
    A. His fields are heuristics. – I beg your pardon?
    B. His field of study is heuristics. - Please?
    C. His discipline is heuristic. – Pardon?
    D. His fields are heuristics. – Pardon me?
    E. His field is heuristics. – Pardon me?
    F. His field is heuristics. – Pardon?
    G. His field of study is heuristics. – I beg your pardon?
    • E- His field is heuristics. – Pardon me?
    • F- His field is heuristics. – Pardon?
    • G- His field of study is heuristics. – I beg your pardon?
  7. Q.
    A. It is not my way of behaviour to lend big money to people I work with.
    B. It is not one of my politics to lend out large sums of money to people I work with.
    C. It's not my policy to borrow huge sums of money to people who I work with.
    D. It's not my own interest to borrow large sums of money to collegues who I work with.
    E. It’s not my policy to lend large sums of money to people I work with.
    F. Lending a lot of money to the collegues at work isn't the way I act.
    G. It isn't my habit to borrow money to people I work with.
    C - It’s not my policy to lend large sums of money to people I work with.

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