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1 Identifying People (page 40)

2 1.Is the new secretary’s name Bill or John?

3 (A) He paid those bills yesterday. 1. When did he pay those bills? 2. Did he pay those bills yesterday? 3. Did he pay those bills yesterday or didn’t he? 4. He paid those bills yesterday, didn’t he?

4 (B) I think he’s called Bill. 1. Who is your new manager? 2. Is your new manager Bill? 3. Is your new manager Bill or isn’t he? 4. Your new manager is Bill, isn’t he?

5 (C) He’ll fill those orders for you. 1. Who will fill those orders for me? 2. Will he fill those orders for me? 3. Will he fill those orders for me or won’t he? 4. He’ll fill those orders for me, won’t he?

6 1.Is the new secretary’s name Bill or John? (A) He paid those bills yesterday. (B) I think he’s called Bill. (C) He’ll fill those orders for you.

7 2.Whose name is the reservation under?

8 (A) It’s under the table. 1. Where is my pencil? 2. Is my pencil under the table? 3. Is my pencil under the table or isn’t it? 4. My pencil is under the table, isn’t it?

9 (B) It’s under my name. 1. Whoes name is the report under? 2. Is the report under your name? 3. Is the report under your name or isn’t it? 4. The report is under your name, isn’t it?

10 (C) It’s the same. 1. What’s the difference between the colour of my shirt and that of yours? 2. Is the colour of my shirt the same as that of yours? 3. Is the colour of my shirt the same as that of yours or isn’t it? 4. The colour of my shirt is the same as that of yours, isn’t it ? (C) It’s the same. 1. What’s the difference between the colour of my shirt and that of yours? 2. Is the colour of my shirt the same as that of yours? 3. Is the colour of my shirt the same as that of yours or isn’t it? 4. The colour of my shirt is the same as that of yours, isn’t it ?

11 2.Whose name is the reservation under? (A) It’s under the table. (B) It’s under my name. (C) It’s the same.

12 3.Who didn’t go to the meeting yesterday?

13 (A) Martha wasn’t there. 1. Who wasn’t at the party last night? 2. Wasn’t Martha at the party last night? 3. Wasn’t Martha at the party last night, or was she? 4. Martha wasn’t at the party last night, was she?

14 (B) Yes, he did, and he told me all about it. 1. Did Tom watch the film on the TV last night? 2. Tom watched the film on the TV last night, didn’t he?

15 (C) It was a very informative meeting. 1. How was the meeting? 2. Was it a very informative meeting? 3. Was it a very informative meeting or wasn’t it? 4. It was a very informative meeting, wasn’t it?

16 3.Who didn’t go to the meeting yesterday? (A) Martha wasn’t there. (B) Yes, he did, and he told me all about it. (C) It was a very informative meeting.

17 4.Who’s helping you with that report?

18 (A) It’s Susan’s. 1. Who does this coat belong to? 2. Does this coat belong to Susan? 3. Does this coat belong to Susan or doesn’t it? 4. This coat belong to Susan, doesn’t it?

19 (B) Eric’s working on it with me. 1. Who’s working on report with you? 2. Is Eric working on report with you? 3. Is Eric working on report with you or isn’t it? 4. Eric is working on report with you, isn’t he ?

20 (C) Yes, it’s very important. 1. Is the meeting very important? 2. The meeting is very important, isn’t it?

21 4.Who’s helping you with that report? (A) It’s Susan’s. (B) Eric’s working on it with me. (C) Yes, it’s very important.

22 5.What’s the director’s name?

23 (A) Let me give you the directions. 1. How can I start the computer? 2. Shall you help me start the computer? 3. Shall you help me start the computer or shalln’t you? 4. You shall help me start the computer, shalln’t you?

24 (B) We have the same one. 1. What’s difference between your shirt and mine? 2. Do you have the same T-shirt with mine ? 3. Do have the same T-shirt with mine or don’t you? 4. You have the same T-shirt with mine, don’t you?

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26 (C) It’s Mrs. Sullivan. 1. Who is your new math teacher? 2. Is your new math teacher Mrs. Sullivan? 3. Is your new math teacher’s name Mrs. Sullivan or isn’t it? 4. Your new math teacher’s name Mrs. Sullivan, isn’t it?

27 5.What’s the director’s name? (A) Let me give you the directions. (B) We have the same one. (C) It’s Mrs. Sullivan.

28 6.Who did you invite to the picnic?

29 (A) No, the picnic’s not at night. 1. Is the picnic at night? 2. The picnic is at night, isn’t it?

30 (B) Everybody in the office. 1. Who went to the party last night? 2. Did everybody in the office go to the party last night ? 3. Did everybody in the office go to the party last night or didn’t they? 4. Everybody in the office went to the party last night, didn’t they?

31 (C) We’ll go inside if it rains. 1. What will you do if it rains? 2. Will you go inside if it rains? 3. Will you go inside if it rains or won’t you? 4. Will you go inside if it rains, won’t you?

32 6.Who did you invite to the picnic? (A) No, the picnic’s not at night. (B) Everybody in the office. (C) We’ll go inside if it rains.

33 7.Is that man your new assistant?

34 (A) Yes, he started working for me yesterday. 1. Did Tom start working for you yesterday? 2. Tom started working for you yesterday, didn’t he?

35 (B) No, he doesn’t need any assistance. 1. Does he need a assistance? 2. He need a assistance, doesn’t he?

36 (C) I love my new apartment. 1. How do you feel about your new apartment? 2. Do you love your new apartment? 3. Do you love your new apartment or don’t you? 4. You love your new apartment, don’t you?

37 7.Is that man your new assistant? (A) Yes, he started working for me yesterday. (B) No, he doesn’t need any assistance. (C) I love my new apartment.

38 8.Whose computer needs repairs?

39 (A) George is an excellent repairman. 1. How is George? 2. Is George an excellent repairman? 3. Is George an excellent repairman or isn’t he? 4. George is an excellent repairman, isn’t he?

40 (B) John’s hasn’t been working since yesterday. 1. When hasn’t John’s computer been working? 2. Hasn’t John’s computer been working since yesterday? 3. Hasn’t John’s computer been working since yesterday or has it been? 4. John’s computer hasn’t been working since yesterday, has it been?

41 (C) Judy is our computer expert. 1. Who is your computer expert? 2. Is Judy your computer expert? 3. Is Judy your computer expert or isn’t he? 4. Judy is your computer expert, isn’t he?

42 8.Whose computer needs repairs? (A) George is an excellent repairman. (B) John’s hasn’t been working since yesterday. (C) Judy is our computer expert.

43 9. Who has copies of the report?

44 (A) I copied it last night. 1. When did you copy this report? 2. Did you copy this report last night? 3. Did you copy this report last night or didn’t you? 4. Did you copy this report last night, didn’t you?

45 (B) Sam can make copies for us. 1. Who can make copies for us? 2. Can Sam makes copies for us? 3. Can Sam makes copies for us or can’t she? 4. Sam can make copies for us, can’t she?

46 (C) I sent copies to everyone in our department. 1. Who did you send copies to? 2. Did you send copies to everyone in your department? 3. Did you send copies to everyone in your department or didn’t you? 4. You send copies to everyone in your department, didn’t you?

47 9.Who has copies of the report? (A) I copied it last night. (B) Sam can make copies for us. (C) I sent copies to everyone in our department.

48 10.Who’s the new manager?

49 (A) Her name is Samantha. 1. Who’s your girl friend? 2. Is Samantha your girl friend? 3. Is Samantha your girl friend or isn’t she? 4. Your girl friend is Samantha, isn’t she?

50 (B) It belongs to Silvia. 1. Whose car is it? 2. Is it Silvia’s car? 3. Is it Silvia’s car or isn’t it? 4. It’s Silvia’s car, isn’t it?

51 (C) I can manage it alone. 1. How can I help you? 2. Shall I help you? 3. Shall I help you or may not I? 4. Let me help you, may I?

52 10.Who’s the new manager? (A) Her name is Samantha. (B) It belongs to Silvia. (C) I can manage it alone.

53 THANK YOU!


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