A)Buy some traveller's checks.
B)Borrow some money from a friend.
C)Check the brakes and tires.
D)Spend some time travelling.
A)He is very forgiving and tolerant1.
B)He probably has a poor memory.
C)He is well liked by his customers.
D)He has been introduced to the staff.
A)He thinks the book should include more information.
B)He doesn't think it necessary to proveide the answers.
C)The answers will be added in a later edition.
D)The book does include the answers.
A)Announce appeals for public service.
B)Hold a charity concert to raise money.
C)Ask the school radio station for help.
D)Pool money to fund2 the radio station.
A)She talked with the consultant3 about the new program until two.
B)She couldn't talk to the consultant before two.
C)She would talk to the consultant during lunch.
D)She couldn't contact the consultant's secretary.
A)They are equally competent4 for the job.
B)They both graduated from art schools.
C)They majored in different areas of art.
D)They are both willing to draw the posters.
A)At a book store.
B)At an art museum.
C)At a newspaper office.
D)At a gymnasium5.
A)The woman received a phone call from Mark yesterday.
B)The man injured Mark in a traffic accident yesterday.
C)The man met a friend by chance.
D)The woman contacted Mark on business.
A)The man should stay up and watch the program.
B)The man should read something exciting instead.
C)The man should go to bed at eleven.
D)The man should give up watching the movie.
A)Students with a library card can check any book out.
B)Reference6 books are not allowed to be checked out.
C)Only students with a library card can check out reference books.
D)The number of books a student can check out is unlimited7.