Directions: Choose the most appropriate answer.
a. Really? Thanks.
they help you stay out of debt.
don’t you give us a map?
don’t know how much to take either.
you like to get another package?
Joe: Well, well,
well. I don’t believe it. It’s Jenny, isn’t it?
a. My name is Jenny.
a. he’s right
a. You’re fat now
a. what are you working.
a. Are there nice restaurants
|Grammar. Directions: Choose the most appropriate answer.|
Our journey to Chiangrai was long and __11__. From there, we took local transportation to a small village in the mountains. Our accommodation was very basic, __12__ comfortable, so we __13__ able to get some rest after we arrived. The people there live a basic life - no computers or mobile phones. They don’t have __14__ possessions, but they are __15__ people I have ever met. They always smile and say hello. We can only speak __16__ words of Thai, so smiling is the best way of communicating. I wish all the people back home __17__ this friendly! We have spent the last few days __18__ around this beautiful area. We would love __19__ longer, but we’re ready for the beach. Tomorrow we will return to Bangkok, __20__ travel south by train.
a. exhaust b. exhausted c.
exhausting d. exhaustion
Most people think of a camel as
an obedient beast of burden because it is best known for its ability to
carry heavy loads across vast stretches of desert without requiring
water. In reality, the camel is considerably more than just the Arabian
equivalent of the mule. It also possesses a great amount of intelligence and
21. The main idea of this passage is __________________.
a. Camels are
considered the Arabian equivalent of the mule.
22. We know from the passage that camels __________________.
a. are rarely used anymore
23. The word “rage” means __________________.
24. What is not true according to the passage?
a. Camel drivers have to learn their