1.(A). I have to pay the professor by check, don’t I?
(B). I should see the professor about the assignment, shouldn’t I?
(C). Did the professor check my assignment right away?
(D). Did you see if the professor is all right?
2.(A). He’s never lonely. (B). He started a business.
(C). He’s upset about business. (D). He upset his guests.
3.(A). Peter left his money on the end table.
(B). Peter left before the end of last week.
(C). By the weekend, Peter’s money has usually been spent.
(D). Last week Peter had money left over.
4.(A). Benjamin Franklin designed the hall.
(B). Benjamin Franklin built it from memory.
(C). It was built for Benjamin Franklin’s use.
(D). It was built in honor of Benjamin Franklin
5.(A). I don’t care for desserts very much.
(B).From now on, I will not eat so many desserts.
(C). I find it hard to keep myself from eating desserts.
(D). When will came, I was just starving to eat my dessert.
6.(A). Did you buy a new sweater on Sunday?
(B). Hasn’t the weather been strange this summer?
(C). It’s been very quiet this summer, hasn’t it?
(D). You don’t think the weather will change, do you?
7.(A). I read this book two times last year.
(B). Last year this book was half the price.
(C). You read that book twice as fast as I did.
(D). That book costs twenty cents more at the book fair.
8. (A). It was lemonade that Amy drank.
(B). What did Amy drink with her lemonade?
(C). Is this the lemonade that Amy drank?
(D). Amy likes to drink this kind of lemonade.
9. (A). The taxi must have been waiting for us all this time.
(B). To avoid being late, we should have called for a taxi earlier.
(C). Let’s look for a taxi to take us there immediately.
(D). The taxi will come as soon as we call for it.