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  • Q1

    Fill in the blanks with suitable words to complete the dialogues between Marvin and Linda who are asking each other what they do for a living.

    Marvin: ______ , my name is Marvin. It's nice to _____ you.
    Linda: Hi, I'm Linda. It's my _______ to meet you.
    Marvin: So Linda, _______ you do for a living?
    Linda: I _______ school teaching English. What do you do for a living?
    Marvin: _____ also an English teacher, but am currently out of work.
    Linda: _______ to hear that. It has been really nice talking to you.
    Marvin: Yes. It was a _________ meeting you.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    Marvin: Hello, my name is Marvin. It's nice to meet you.
    Linda: Hi, I'm Linda. It's my pleasure to meet you.
    Marvin: So Linda, What do you do for a living?
    Linda: I work at a school teaching English. What do you do for a living?
    Marvin: I'm also an English teacher, but am currently out of work.
    Linda: Sorry to hear that. It has been really nice talking to you.
    Marvin: Yes. It was a great pleasure meeting you.

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  • Q2

    Give suitable reply to the questions:

    (i) How should Kevin meet a new person, Mr. John?

    (ii) How should Mr. John respond?

    (iii) You meet Alex after chemistry exam. How will you greet him?

    (iv) Alex’s exam went just fine. How should he reply?

    (v) How should you reply to him if your exam went good?

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    (i) Nice to meet you Mr. John.

    (ii) The pleasure is all mine.

    (iii) Hey, Alex. How did your chemistry exam go?

    (iv) Not bad, thanks. How about yours?

    (v) Oh, it went really well. Thanks.

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  • Q3

    Rearrange the following friendly conversation between two people.

    Katherine: friends/out/have/to/I/go/ with/today/planned/my/for/dinner

    Melanie: come/I’ll/with/along/my/then/friends

    Katherine: good/a/be/that/will/idea

    Melanie: go/so/dinner/we/for/where/should/?

    Katherine: place/us/on/let/the/decide

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    Katherine: I have planned to go out with my friends for dinner today.

    Melanie: Then I’ll come along with my friends.

    Katherine: That will be a good idea.

    Melanie: So, where should we go for dinner?

    Katherine: Let us decide on the place.

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  • Q4

    Fill in the blanks in the following conversation with the correct form of the verbs given in the box.

    finds, observe, know, used to, shall, see, involve, say, judge, manage

    Mr. James: I see. Can you ____ the post of a public relations executive? It will ____ some degree of stress too.

    Edward: I’m sure I will be able to do the job competently. I ___ there will be difficult times, but I am ____ handling problems as you can ___ from my resume.

    Mr. James: Yes, but all candidates ___ the same thing.

    Edward: You can only ____ my competency by observing the quality of my work.

    Mr. James: Alright then! The company shall _____ your work from six months and if it ___ your work satisfactory, your tenure ____ be increased.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Mr. James: I see. Can you manage the post of a public relations executive? It will involve some degree of stress too.

    Edward: I’m sure I will be able to do the job competently. I know there will be difficult times, but I am used to handling problems as you can see from my resume.

    Mr. James: Yes, but all candidates say the same thing.

    Edward: You can only judge my competency by observing the quality of my work.

    Mr. James: Alright then! The company shall observe your work from six months and if it finds your work satisfactory, your tenure shall be increased.

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  • Q5

    Write a friendly conversation between Martha and John who are at a Pet Store to buy a pet.

    Marks:10
    Answer:

    Martha: Oh! What a beautiful cat. What do you say?

    John: I think I’d rather get a dog. Dogs are more loyal than cats.

    Martha: Yes, but they’re so much work! Would you be willing to walk it every single day?

    John: Hmm. Good point. What about a bird? Or a fish?

    Martha: We’d have to invest a lot of money in a cage or a fish tank. And I don’t really know how to take care of a bird or a fish!

    John: Well, we’re obviously not ready to get a pet yet.

    Martha: Yeah, you’re right. Let’s go grab some coffee and talk about it.

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