What's the meaning of "across from"?
A) Next to B) Behind C) In front of D) Under E) Above
If someone says, "It's on your right," what are they telling you?
A) The destination is on your left.
B) The destination is behind you.
C) The destination is in front of you.
D) The destination is on your right side.
E) The destination is on your head.
Which phrase means "to go in the opposite direction"?
A) Go straight B) Turn left
C) Make a U-turn D) Cross the street
What's the best way to start a question when asking for directions?
A) Saying "hello"
B) Saying "goodbye"
C) Asking about the weather
D) Asking about someone's job
E) Using polite question words like "how" or "where"
What does "on top of" mean?
A) Below B) Above C) Inside D) Outside E) Behind
What is the opposite of "under"?
A) Inside B) Behind C) Above D) Below E) Between
Which word describes something that is very close to another object?
A) Next to B) Inside C) Outside D) Far from E) Behind
What preposition can be used to indicate that something is inside another object?
A) On B) Above C) Inside D) Behind E) Between
Which preposition means "in a higher position than" or "over something"?
A) Under B) Behind C) Above D) Next to E) Below
What does "across from" mean?
A) Inside B) In front of C) Outside D) Far from E) Between
If something is "behind" another object, where is it located?
A) Above B) In front of
C) Below D) Next to
E) At the back of
What is the opposite of "next to"?
A) Inside B) Behind C) Outside D) Far from E) Between
If something is "between" two objects, where is it located?
A) Above B) In front of C) Below D) Next to E) Among
Which question is used to ask about the neighborhood's safety?
A) "Is there a grocery store nearby?"
B) "Are there any parks around here?"
C) "How safe is this neighborhood?"
D) "What's the population of this area?"
E) "What's the rent for this apartment?"
What is a common way to describe a quiet neighborhood?
A) "There's a lot of traffic."
B) "It's lively and bustling."
C) "There are many restaurants."
D) "It's peaceful and quiet."
E) "There are no schools nearby."
Which of these questions is appropriate when asking about local amenities?
A) "How far is the city center?"
B) "Is there a hospital nearby?"
C) "What's the history of this neighborhood?"
D) "How many bedrooms does the house have?"
E) "Do you have any pets?"
What does the phrase "residential area" mean?
A) A place with a lot of traffic.
B) A place with many factories.
C) An area where people live.
D) A neighborhood with no houses.
E) An industrial zone.
How might you describe a neighborhood with a variety of shops and restaurants?
A) "It's a quiet neighborhood."
B) "There are no amenities."
C) "It's a bustling area."
D) "There's no public transport."
E) "It's not safe."
Which sentence correctly compares the two cars?
A) "This car is more expensive than that one."
B) "This car is expensiver than that one."
C) "This car is expensivest of all."
D) "This car is most expensive than that one."
E) "This car is expensive than that one."
What is the correct form of the adjective "happy" when making a comparison?
A) "Happiest" B) "Happilier"
C) "Happiestest" D) "More happy"
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