English test 26 targets for 5 questions

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Explore Chapter 1 Lessons 1.1. "Greeting" and 1.2. "Introducing".
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1. How do you do?
1. I am fine, thanks.
2. How do you do?
3. Good morning.
4. Glad to see you.
5. What about you?
Question 2. Hello! Nice to see you!
1. Good day!
2. Thank you very much.
3. How are you?
4. Hello! Nice to see you too!
5. Sorry! I am in a hurry.
Question 3. Let me introduce my friend Frank Black. Reply
1. How do you do?
2. How are you?
3. Glad to see you.
4. It is nice to meet you.
5. What are you?
Question 4. Continue ice Let me introduce myself.
1. I am Sir Smith.
2. I am Smith.
3. I am Smith John.
4. I am Mike Smith.
5. I am doctor Mr Smith.
Question 5. Find the correct translation: He's a representative of the American company.
1. He is a representative of the American firm.
2. He is present in the American firm.
3. He is a representative to the American firm.
4. He is present at the American firm.
5. He present to American firm.
Task 2.

Explore Chapter 1 Lessons 1.1. "Greeting" and 1.2. "Introducing".
Choose the correct answer and mark the answers on the form.
Question 1: Who is 10 am healthy, you say:
1. Good morning!
2. Good afternoon!
3. Good evening!
4. Good night!
5. Good day!

Question 2. Do you agree with a friend to meet soon. Saying goodbye, you say:
1. Good bye!
2. See you!
3. So long!
4. See you later!
5. See you to-morrow.
Question 3. In response to the appreciation you answer:
1. Please.
2. Good bye!
3. Not at all.
4. Go on!
5. Hi!
Question 4. Do you want to present. Choose a phrase that has no grammatical errors.
1. I want introduce.
2. Let introduce me.
3. Let me to introduce myself.
4. I want me introduce.
5. Let me introduce myself.
Question 5. What excuse you set instead of a space: May I introduce our Sales Manager ... you?
1. -
2. to
3. for
4. with
5. by
Task 26
Using the material learned, answer the following questions.
Question 1. Give an explanation of the adjective: "up-to-date '.
1. Current
2. Previous
3. dated
4. Fit
5. Available
Question 2. Locate The word misspelled.
1. regular
2. require
3. deteil
4. advice
5. enclose
Question 3. Locate the proposal with grammatical errors.
1. I enclose a copy of my previous letter.
2. I have receive a response to my letter of July 11, 1998.
3. We were interested in this production last year.
4. She is writing to inform us about the delay of our order execution.
5. They can be of assistance to you in this matter.
Question 4. Among the words, hyphenated, get the word has no meaning
1. lawn-fax
2. price-list
3. world-wide
4. co-producing
5. up-to-date
Question 5. Locate the proposal, which passed a punctuation mark.
1. Sorry where is your Managing Director?
2. Oh, dear!
3. We have received catalogues, price-lists, samples of your production.
4. Mr McDonald is from America, is not he?
5. The documents - reports, orders, faxes, cables - were on the secretary's desk.

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