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General English : General Elementary English Questions and Answers


1. Sarah: 'I won't listen to you any more.' Paul: ________


2. You are just the sort of person who would say that, ________ ?


3. Sarah: 'I've torn up your homework essay!' Paul: ________


4. You like milk in your tea, ________ ?


5. Jill: 'She came top in the exam grades this summer.' Frank: ________



6. You shouldn't have done that, ________ ?


7. Come back in the morning, ________ ?


8. It drives you mad ________


9. He really didn't need to speak to me like that, ________ ?


10. Sarah: 'I would prefer to go by air.' Paul: ________


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