Student or Learner
Hallo dear friends!
I have some computerised questions about everyday English . They sound silly and easy , but to tell the truth , they confused me . Could you please help me in choosing the most accurate answer for each ?
1-Excuse me! Can I get past ?
B-Of course .
D-Excuse me ?
2-Have a good weekend .
A-Not at all . Don't mention it .
C-That's very kind of you
D-The same to you !
E-Here you are.
3-Is there a problem ?
A-Yes , can you borrow me some money ?
B-Yes , give me some money .
C-Yes , can I borrow some money ?
D-Yes , can I lend some money ?
E-Yes , can I give some money ?
4-Would you mind helping me with my project ?
A-Yes, I would
B-Yes, I do
C-No , not at all
D-No , not I don't
E-No , I won't
5-I wonder if you 'd mind lending me your car on Sunday
A- Sure , I'd be glad to
B-Yes , I'll tell her
C-Sorry , I'm not free then
D-I wonder too
6-I've found s summer job!
A-That's wonderful! Anything interesting ?
B-How do you do ?
C-How do you work ?
D-Never mind . It's becoming well .
E-I'm fond of working too .
7-So , what were you like as a kind ?
A-I liked my father ?
B-I was so naughty
C-I like kids
D-I am tall
E-We were happy
8-I've spent so much money this week .
A-I don't know where it's all gone
B-What do you buy everyday ?
C-How many money do you spend ?
D-I haven't too
E-He's so generous
9-How much are the flowers ?
A-They're sixteen pound and forty
B-They're sixteen pounds forty
C-They're sixteen pounds and forty pennies
D-They're sixteen pounds and forty pences
E-They're sixteen pound and forty pence
Thanks in advance!
Hello, Sir Shakespeare.
(1) As I type, no one else has commented on 1 - 8. May I try?
No. 1. [Oh,] sorry!
No. 2. The same to you.
No. 3. Yes, can I borrow some money?
No. 4. No, not at all.
No. 5. Sure, I'd be glad to.
No. 6. That's wonderful. Anything interesting?
No. 7. I was so naughty (as a kid -- child).
No. 8. What do you buy every day? [two words: every day]
Let's see what others think.
-Not a teacher-
Agree with Gillnetter and TheParser on the answers.