Which sentence correctly compares the ages of two people?
A) "She is younger than he."
B) "She is young than he."
C) "She is youngest than he."
D) "She is youngly than he."
E) "She is youngiest than he."
Which sentence is the correct comparison of the two cities?
A) "New York is crowded than Tokyo."
B) "New York is crowdeder than Tokyo."
C) "New York is crowdedest than Tokyo."
D) "New York is more crowded than Tokyo."
E) "New York is crowdly than Tokyo."
Which of the following sentences uses the correct form for comparing three buildings?
A) "The third building is taller."
B) "The third building is tall."
C) "The third building is tallest."
D) "The third building is more taller."
E) "The third building is tallestest."
What is the correct way to compare the sizes of two houses?
A) "The second house is more big."
B) "The second house is bigly."
C) "The second house is big."
D) "The second house is biggest."
E) "The second house is bigger."
Which word means activities that you do in your free time for enjoyment?
A) Homework B) School C) Hobbies D) Chores E) Work
What does the sentence "I can't stand horror movies" mean?
A) I really enjoy horror movies.
B) I don't mind horror movies.
C) I can watch horror movies easily.
D) I dislike horror movies a lot.
E) I have never watched a horror movie.
What does the phrase "in my opinion" mean?
A) To state a fact B) To express uncertainty
C) To express agreement D) To share one's viewpoint
E) To ask for information
Which sentence shows disagreement with the statement "Pizza is the best food"?
A) "I completely agree with that!"
B) "I think pizza is delicious."
C) "I don't like pizza at all."
D) "I haven't tried pizza yet."
E) "Pizza is my favorite too!"
Which sentence expresses a neutral opinion?
A) "I totally agree with you."
B) "I strongly disagree with that."
C) "I have mixed feelings about it."
D) "I absolutely love it!"
E) "I don't have any opinion."
What does the word "apparently" mean in the sentence "Apparently, the movie is really good"?
A) Definitely B) Sadly
C) According to others D) In my opinion
Which of the following sentences expresses a preference?
A) "I don't care either way."
B) "I have no idea."
C) "I absolutely don't mind."
D) "I'd rather have pizza than burgers."
E) "I can't decide."
Which of the following sentences expresses a preference for summer weather?
A) "I like all seasons."
B) "I can't stand hot weather."
C) "I enjoy cold and rainy days."
D) "I love the sunshine and warm temperatures."
E) "I don't really care about the weather."
What does the phrase "hands down" mean in the sentence "She's the best singer, hands down"?
A) With applause B) With a microphone
C) Without a doubt D) Without a song
E) With a record deal
Which of the following sentences expresses a neutral opinion?
A) "I definitely prefer tea to coffee."
B) "I can't make up my mind between pizza and pasta."
C) "I absolutely love going to the beach."
D) "I dislike both action and horror movies."
E) "I always choose reading over watching TV."
How would you say "7:45" in English?
A) "Seven forty-five" B) "Eight minus fifteen"
C) "Fifteen to eight" D) "Twenty to eight"
E) "Quarter past seven"
What does "AM" stand for in relation to time?
A) After Midnight B) Around Midnight
C) Almost Morning D) Ante Meridiem
What time is "12:00 AM" in English?
A) Midnight B) Noon
C) 12:00 PM D) Six in the morning
E) Six in the evening
How would you ask for the time in a formal situation?
A) "Hey, what's the time?"
B) "Could you tell me the time, please?"
C) "Give me your watch."
D) "What's the hour?"
E) "Do you have the time?"
Which of the following is an appropriate way to invite someone to your birthday party?
A) "You better come to my party!"
B) "I'm having a birthday party. Would you like to come?"
C) "Don't bother coming to my party."
D) "My party is going to be amazing. You have to be there!"
E) "I don't think you'd enjoy my party."
What is an appropriate response when someone invites you to a dinner?
A) "I can't stand your cooking."
B) "Thanks, but I already ate."
C) "I'd love to come. What time?"
D) "I don't like the restaurant you picked."
E) "Why would I want to eat with you?"
When someone invites you to an event, what is a polite way to ask for more details?
A) "I'm not coming." B) "Who else is going?"
C) "What's it about?" D) "Why are you inviting me?"
E) "Tell me everything!"
Your friend invites you to a movie night at their place. Which response shows that you accept the invitation politely?
A) "I can't believe you're asking me again."
B) "I'm too busy for that."
C) "What time should I come over?"
D) "I don't like your movie choices."
E) "I wouldn't be caught dead at your place."
Your classmate invites you to a study group session. What is a polite way to refuse the invitation?
A) "Studying is pointless."
B) "I'll bring snacks!"
C) "I'd love to join. Where and when?"
D) "I'm not interested in your study group."
E) "I have other plans, but thanks for asking."
What should you say if you want to accept an invitation to a friend's birthday party?
A) "Your parties are always boring."
B) "I don't like birthday cake."
C) "I'm busy that day."
D) "Thanks for inviting me. I'll be there!"
E) "Why would I want to come?"
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