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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #34458: Forms of address
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Politeness [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Imperative mode and its tags. - Can/could/may... Must/have to... - To mind and expressions - Writing letters - How to apologize - Proper requests - Letter to apologise - Greeting and meeting
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    Forms of address


    Be polite and choose the right answer.



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    1.
    Bob: My car wouldn't start yesterday morning when I saw David in the street.
    Pat: What did you do?
    -I said: Could you help me?

    2.
    -Did David accept to help you?
    - Yes he did, he is a helpful young man.
    -What did you say?
    -I said:

    3.

    -David needed a tool. I gave him a spanner I had in my boot.
    -What did you say then?
    -I said:

    4.

    -But as David was trying to repair the car I clumsily stepped on his toes.
    -Oh! What did you say?
    -I said:

    5.

    - Poor David, he had got a bad cold, he sneezed every five minutes
    -What did you say?
    -I said:

    6.

    - David told me that he was going to take a difficult exam.
    -What did you say?
    -I said:

    7.

    -He also told me that his brother had passed his driving test.
    - Good! What did you say?
    -I said:

    8.

    -David had just finished when a young woman I didn't know arrived.
    -Who was she?
    -David's girlfriend.
    -What did you say?
    -I said:

    9.
    - What did she answer?
    -She answered:

    10.

    -Then I thanked David and said to the young couple:'Have a nice weekend'!
    -Did they answer?
    -Yes, of course. They answered:









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