İngilizce Pratik Testleri 18
İngilizce Pratik Testleri 18
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You’ve been smoking for many years, since you were 14, in fact. One day you find a pack of cigarettes in your 14-year-old daughter's room. You’re horrified at the idea of her having started already, but at the same time, you don’t want to be a hypocrite. When she gets home from school, you confront her and say:
If I ever catch you smoking in this house, you can find a new place to live in.
Just from where did you get the stupid idea that you’re allowed to smoke here?
I may not have been the best example, but I think you’re too young to smoke.
If you want to smoke in this house, you had better buy my brand!
When I was your age, I never thought of smoking. You’re sick!
You’ve just attended a dinner party given by a co-worker and found it boring and the food disgusting. A friend of yours, who also went, talks to you afterwards, harshly criticising the whole affair. You agree with her, but feel a bit sorry for the host of the party, so, in a half-hearted attempt to defend her, you say:
You’re completely right. That was perhaps the worst evening of my life.
Are you kidding? I thought it was a really nice dinner and had a good time there.
I wouldn’t say it was the best party ever, but it did have its moments.
If she worked for me, I'd fire her because I know she's a complete loser.
You’re crazy! That party was wonderful and the food tasted fantastic.
When you visit some recently married friends, you see the hand-painted ceramic bowl given as a wedding present by another friend being used as a food bowl for the dog. The next day, the giver of the bowl asks you if they liked her present. You want to give a positive answer, but don’t want to lie, so you say:
I don’t know, you should ask their dog.
No, they really hate it and you as well.
They love it and want a whole set of them!
Well, yes, I think they use it every day.
You call that a gift? How cheap of you!
Your neighbour's son has just developed the irritating new habit of ringing your doorbell and running off. It's really getting on your nerves and you want it to stop immediately, but you don’t want to upset the friendly relationship with your neighbour. In order to restore your peace, you visit your neighbour and say:
If you don’t make your kid cease this behaviour, both of you will be very sorry.
I’m sorry to bother you, but could you tell your son to stop ringing my doorbell?
I’m sick and tired of that brat of yours and its evil ways. Make it stop now, or else!
How would you feel ifl spent my free time ringing your bell and running away?
Listen lady — one more time and I’m going to break that little hooligan’s fingers.
You arrange to meet a client at 10 a.m. At 10.30 he still hasn’t arrived and you’re getting annoyed. When he finally arrives at 10.45, you’re very angry, hut he is your client, so with self-control, you welcome him and politely inquire why he is late:
It’s nice to see you. Were you held up in the morning rush hour?
I don’t think this is professional. I could have met two more clients in the meantime.
I think a phone call would have been courteous.
I’m glad you’re here. So what’s your excuse?
I’m afraid we only have fifteen minutes to deal with your case as I have another appointment at 11.
You're crossing the road alongside a small child when a car comes down the road at speed and nearly runs the little boy over. You're shocked, especially when the driver stops and tells you off for not having your child under control. Furious, you reply:
Okay, but you should’ve been driving under 30 mph. That’s the limit in this zone.
I’m just too shocked to speak right now. Here’s my number — call me at home.
I’m going to take you to court and sue you for eveiy penny you’ve got.
Well, I think I should have taken care of him even though he is not my child.
He’s not my child, and you nearly killed him! Just wait, I’m going to report you to the police.
You’re at a dinner party. Someone starts telling a joke which you know will really offend Stella, one of the other guests. In order to prevent an embarrassing situation, you say quickly but diplomatically:
There's someone at this table who will be veiy upset if you tell that joke.
Why don’t you take your offensive joke and get out of this house?
That’s a really funny joke, but you’d better wait until Stella leaves.
Okay, okay, I think we’ve all heard that one before, thank you.
If you don’t stop telling that joke, I’ll make you very sorry indeed.
You’re arguing with a friend about an event that happened several years ago. You eventually realise that you haven’t remembered the situation correctly and that she’s probably right. However, you don’t want to admit this, so you say stubbornly:
You know, I hate to say it, but I think you might be right.
Okay, okay. I’m wrong and you’re right. Typical!
I’m really sorry — I’d completely forgotten about it.
I apologise to you as I got it wrong. I feel a complete fool.
Well, I don’t care what you say. I know what happened.
It’s your birthday, so you’ve invited a few friends round. You’re listening to music, but not making a lot of noise. At 10.30 p.m., one of your neighbours comes and complains that he’s trying to sleep. You think it’s a little early for complaints, but you say reasonably:
For goodness sake, it’s only 10.30, you know.
Why don’t you use earplugs? They work really well.
I didn't realise we were disturbing anyone. I’ll turn the music down.
Why don’t you come and join us? There’s a nice crowd here.
I'm really sorry, but it’s my birthday. Where’s your party spirit?
You're babysitting a little girl. That night there’s a storm, with thunder and lightning, and the child is terrified. You want to draw her attention to something else in order to calm her down and comfort her, so you say:
Come and give me a cuddle. I’m terrified of them, too.
Why don’t I read you a story? There’s nothing to worry about.
Come on, don’t be such a baby. Close your eyes and go to sleep.
It’s much safer to be in bed than being out like Mummy and Daddy.
I can’t understand how your parents left you with a stranger on such an awful day!
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