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Grammar Quizzes- Level 6

Quiz 1 Tag Questions (Quiz 1 Answers)

Quiz 2 Indirect Speech (Quiz 2 Answers)

Quiz 3 Questions In Indirect Speech (Quiz 3 Answers)

Quiz 4 Clauses And Phrases (Quiz 4 Answers)

Quiz 5 Embedded Questions (Quiz 5 Answers)

Quiz 6 Future Conditional Sentences (Quiz 6 Answers)

Quiz 7 Present Conditional Sentences (Quiz 7 Answers)

Quiz 8 Past Conditional Sentences (Quiz 8 Answers)

Quiz 9 So Too Either Neither (Quiz 9 Answers)

Quiz 10 Still Anymore (Quiz 10 Answers)

Quiz 11 Adjective Clauses (Quiz 11 Answers)

Quiz 12 Tag Questions Present (Quiz 12 Answers)

Quiz 13 Tag Questions Past (Quiz 13 Answers)

Quiz 14 Adjective Clauses Restrictive (Quiz 14 Answers)

Quiz 15 So Too (Quiz 15 Answers)

Quiz 16 Echo Questions (Quiz 16 Answers)

Grammar Level 6
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Quiz 1 Tag Questions

Part A.
Directions: Complete each tag question with the a negative helping verb followed by the subject. (10 points)
1. She works for a big company, _________ _________?
2. The movie started at 8:00, _________ _________?
3. This is a good apple, _________ __________?
4. You’ve eaten breakfast, _________ _________?
5. The students are going to take a test today, ________ _______?
6. He’ll be at the party, __________ _________?
7. Your car is working now, ________ _________?
8. John has some money, __________ _________?
9. You made some coffee, _________ _________?
10. They’ve done that before, __________ _________?

Part B.
Directions: Make each tag question with a helping verb followed by the subject. (10 points)
1. You don’t have to work today, ________ _________?
2. She won’t get here on time, _________ _________?
3. Your dog hasn’t had puppies, _________ _________?
4. That wasn’t a very good movie, _________ _________?
5. The computer isn’t on, ________ ________?
6. Tracy and Bill aren’t getting back together, _________ _______?
7. I’m not late, _________ _________?
8. The alarm didn’t go off, _________ _________?
9. He can’t move any heavy furniture, _________ _______?
10. It doesn’t really matter, _________ _______?

Part C.
Directions: Complete each tag questions with a negative or affirmative helping verb followed by the subject. Then write the expected short answer. (20 points)
1. You should pay your credit card bill, ________ ________?
Yes, ________ _________.
2. They have to drive to Chicago next week, _______ ______?
Yes, ________ _________.
3. Those carrots aren’t very good, _______ ________?
No, ________ ________.
4. You love me, _________ _________?
Yes, _________ _________.
5. You can’t play the piano, ________ ________?
No, _________ _________.
6. She has to work this evening, ________ ________?
Yes, _______ ________.
7. She had to work yesterday too, _________ _________?
Yes, _________ _________.
8. Rob will go fishing with us this weekend, _______ ______?
Yes, _______ ________.
9. You were able to find it on the internet, ________ _______?
Yes, ______ ________.
10. This quiz wasn’t too hard, ________ ________?
No, ________ _________.

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Quiz 1 Tag Questions (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Complete each tag question with the a negative helping verb followed by the subject. (10 points)
1. She works for a big company, doesn’t she?
2. The movie started at 8:00, didn’t it?
3. This is a good apple, isn’t it?
4. You’ve eaten breakfast, haven’t you?
5. The students are going to take a test today, aren’t they?
6. He’ll be at the party, won’t he?
7. Your car is working now, isn’t it?
8. John has some money, doesn’t he?
9. You made some coffee, didn’t you?
10. They’ve done that before, haven’t they?

Part B.
Directions: Make each tag question with a helping verb followed by the subject. (10 points)
1. You don’t have to work today, do you?
2. She won’t get here on time, will she?
3. Your dog hasn’t had puppies, has she?
4. That wasn’t a very good movie, was it?
5. The computer isn’t on, is it?
6. Tracy and Bill aren’t getting back together, are they?
7. I’m not late, am I?
8. The alarm didn’t go off, did it?
9. He can’t move any heavy furniture, can he?
10. It doesn’t really matter, does it?

Part C.
Directions: Complete each tag questions with a negative or affirmative helping verb followed by the subject. Then write the expected short answer. (20 points)
1. You should pay your credit card bill, shouldn’t you?
Yes, I should.
2. They have to drive to Chicago next week, don’t they?
Yes, they do.
3. Those carrots aren’t very good, are they?
No, they aren’t.
4. You love me, don’t you?
Yes, I do.
5. You can’t play the piano, can you?
No, I can’t.
6. She has to work this evening, doesn’t she?
Yes, she does.
7. She had to work yesterday too, didn’t she?
Yes, she did.
8. Rob will go fishing with us this weekend, won’t he?
Yes, he will.
9. You were able to find it on the internet, weren’t you?
Yes, I was.
10. This quiz wasn’t too hard, was it?
No, it wasn’t.

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Quiz 2 Indirect Speech

Part A.
Directions: Change each sentence from direct speech to indirect speech. Write your answers below each quoted statement. Think carefully about how verbs and pronouns change from one form to another.
1. “I”m sick,” he said.
He said that .
2. “I need to buy a new car,” she said.
________________________________________________________________.
3. “They don’t want to see a movie,” Martha said.
________________________________________________________________.
4. “My car isn’t working,” John said.
________________________________________________________________.
5. “It’ll need to be fixed,” the mechanic told John.
________________________________________________________________.
6. “It was difficult to move to a new country, but now we’re doing okay,” Ali said.
________________________________________________________________.
7. “Sara will call us tomorrow,” Tom said.
________________________________________________________________.
8. “I can work this weekend,” George said.
________________________________________________________________.
9. “My company has lost a lot of business this year, Maria said.
________________________________________________________________.
10. “This is going to be very hard,” Henry said.
________________________________________________________________.

Part B.
Directions: Indicate how tenses or verbs change from one tense to another in…
the Sequence of Tenses
present tense ________________
present continuous =>___________
past tense => __________________
present perfect => ______________
will => ________________
can => ________________

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Quiz 2 Indirect Speech (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Change each sentence from direct speech to indirect speech. Write your answers below each quoted statement. Think carefully about how verbs and pronouns change from one form to another.
1. “I”m sick,” he said.
He said that he was sick .
2. “I need to buy a new car,” she said.
She said that she needed to buy a new car.
3. “They don’t want to see a movie,” Martha said.
Martha said that they didn’t want to see a movie.
4. “My car isn’t working,” John said.
John said that his car wasn’t working.
5. “It’ll need to be fixed,” the mechanic told John.
The mechanic told John that it would need to be fixed.
6. “It was difficult to move to a new country, but now we’re doing okay,” Ali said.
Ali said that it had been difficult to move to a new country, but now they were doing okay.
7. “Sara will call us tomorrow,” Tom said.
Tom said that Sara would call us tomorrow.
8. “I can work this weekend,” George said.
George said that he could work this weekend.
9. “My company has lost a lot of business this year, Maria said.
Maria said that her company had lost a lot of business this year.
10. “This is going to be very hard,” Henry said.
Henry said that this was going to be very hard.

Part B.
Directions: Indicate how tenses or verbs change from one tense to another in…
the Sequence of Tenses
present tense past tense
present continuous => past continuous
past tense => past perfect
present perfect => past perfect
will => would
can => could

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Quiz 3 Questions In Indirect Speech

Part A.
Directions: Change each question from direct speech to indirect speech. Write your answers below each quoted statement. Think carefully about how verbs and pronouns change from one form to another. Think also if the question is a yes-no question or an information question.
1. “How old are you?” a student asked me.
A student asked me .
2. “Are these apples any good?” I asked.
I asked .
3. “What are you doing this weekend.” Bob asked Sara.
Bob asked Sara .
4. “Is my neighbor going to the store today?” Jenny wanted to know.
Jenny .
5. “Do you have any money”? my wife asked me.
My wife .
6. “Where do you go to school? I asked them.
I .
7. “Did you already see that movie?” She asked me.
She .
8. “How long have you lived here?” My neighbor asked.
My neighbor .
9. “Will you be at home this evening?” Ted asked Helena.
Ted .
10. “Where can I go to buy some milk?” he wanted to know.
He .

Part B.
Directions: Indicate how tenses or verbs change from one tense to another in…
the Sequence of Tenses
present tense ________________
present continuous =>___________
past tense => __________________
present perfect => ______________
will => ________________
can => ________________

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Quiz 3 Questions In Indirect Speech (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: Change each question from direct speech to indirect speech. Write your answers below each quoted statement. Think carefully about how verbs and pronouns change from one form to another. Think also if the question is a yes-no question or an information question.
1. “How old are you?” a student asked me.
A student asked me how old I was.
2. “Are these apples any good?” I asked.
I asked if these apples were any good.
3. “What are you doing this weekend.” Bob asked Sara.
Bob asked Sara what she was doing this weekend.
4. “Is my neighbor going to the store today?” Jenny wanted to know.
Jenny wanted to know if her neighbor was going to the store today.
5. “Do you have any money”? my wife asked me.
My wife asked me if I had any money.
6. “Where do you go to school? I asked them.
I asked them where they went to school.
7. “Did you already see that movie?” She asked me.
She asked me if I had already seen that movie.
8. “How long have you lived here?” My neighbor asked.
My neighbor asked how long I had lived here.
9. “Will you be at home this evening?” Ted asked Helena.
Ted asked Helena if she would be at home this evening.
10. “Where can I go to buy some milk?” he wanted to know.
He wanted to know where he could go to buy some milk.

Part B.
Directions: Indicate how tenses or verbs change from one tense to another in…
the Sequence of Tenses
present tense past tense
present continuous => past continuous
past tense => past perfect
present perfect => past perfect
will => would
can => could

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Quiz 4 Clauses And Phrases

Part A. Directions: Identify each item as a clause or a phrase. (20 points)
1. He works hard every day

Clause / Phrase
2. After a good day

Clause / Phrase
3. If I need to call you

Clause / Phrase
4. In a dark and dangerous hallway

Clause / Phrase
5. Before the next light

Clause / Phrase
6. Because it’s the right thing to do

Clause / Phrase
7. As quickly as possible

Clause / Phrase
8. This car’s not working

Clause / Phrase
9. Working for himself

Clause / Phrase
10. Whenever it gets cold

Clause / Phrase
11. If they want to talk to me

Clause / Phrase
12. Towards the north

Clause / Phrase
13. In front of the building

Clause / Phrase
14. Jumping up and down on the bed

Clause / Phrase
15. Until the next time

Clause / Phrase
16. Until she finds a car

Clause / Phrase
17. I don’t know the answer

Clause / Phrase
18. Turn off the computer

Clause / Phrase
19. Across the street from us

Clause / Phrase
20. Inside a deep, dark well

Clause / Phrase
Part B. Directions: Identify each item as an independent clause or a dependent clause. (10 points)
1. Because it’s the best solution.
Independent
Dependent
2. Working at this job is a lot of fun.

Independent
Dependent
3. It doesn’t really interest me.

Independent
Dependent
4. I should have given her a ride.

Independent
Dependent
5. After the movie is over.

Independent
Dependent
6. If he ever calls.

Independent
Dependent
7. Whenever I have the time.

Independent
Dependent
8. There could be a problem.

Independent
Dependent
9. Since the last time they visited.

Independent
Dependent
10. Whenever it gets cold

Independent
Dependent

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Quiz 4 Clauses And Phrases (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Identify each item as a clause or a phrase. (20 points)
1. He works hard every day

Clause
2. After a good day

Phrase
3. If I need to call you

Clause
4. In a dark and dangerous hallway

Phrase
5. Before the next light

Phrase
6. Because it’s the right thing to do

Clause
7. As quickly as possible

Phrase
8. This car’s not working

Clause
9. Working for himself

Phrase
10. Whenever it gets cold

Clause
11. If they want to talk to me

Clause
12. Towards the north

Phrase
13. In front of the building

Phrase
14. Jumping up and down on the bed

Phrase
15. Until the next time

Phrase
16. Until she finds a car

Clause
17. I don’t know the answer

Clause
18. Turn off the computer

Clause
19. Across the street from us

Phrase
20. Inside a deep, dark well

Phrase

Part B. Directions: Identify each item as an independent clause or a dependent clause. (10 points)
1. Because it’s the best solution.
Dependent
2. Working at this job is a lot of fun.
Independent
3. It doesn’t really interest me.
Independent
4. I should have given her a ride.
Independent
5. After the movie is over.
Dependent
6. If he ever calls.
Dependent
7. Whenever I have the time.
Dependent
8. There could be a problem.
Independent
9. Since the last time they visited.
Dependent
10. Whenever it gets cold
Dependent

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Quiz 5 Embedded Questions

Part A. Directions: Answer each question with an embedded question. These are in the present tense. Use pronouns in your answer whenever possible. (10 points)
Example: A: What time is it?
B: I don’t know what time it is.
1. A: What’s her name?
B: I don’t know __________________________________.
2. A: When does the game start?
B: I’m not sure ___________________________________.
3. A: Why is she mad?
B: I have no idea _________________________________.
4. A: Where do they live?
B: I can’t remember _______________________________.
5. A: How does this cell phone work?
B: Don’t ask me __________________________________.
6. A: What does she think about my idea?
B: I don’t know __________________________________.
7: A: What’s the answer to the question?
B: No one knows _________________________________.
8. A: How much does this cereal cost?
B: I’m not sure ___________________________________.
9. A: Why does it take so long for them to get ready?
B: Who knows ___________________________________.
10. A: Where are my shoes?
B: I have no idea _________________________________.

Part B. Directions: Answer each question with an embedded question. These are in the past tense. Use pronouns in your answer whenever possible. (10 points)
Example: A: Where did my watch go?
B: I don’t know where it went.
1. A: Where was she yesterday?
B: I don’t know ___________________________________.
2. A: How did the movie end?
B: I can’t remember ________________________________.
3. A: Where did they have the party last year?
B: No one can remember ____________________________.
4. A: When did you wake up?
B: I’m not sure ____________________________________.
5. A: What did she do?
B: I’m not sure ____________________________________.
6. A: How many people were there?
B: She can’t tell ____________________________________.
7. A: What time did class start?
B: I have no idea ___________________________________.
8. A: How much money did you make last year?
B: I don’t want to tell you ____________________________.
9. A: When were they here last?
B: He doesn’t know ________________________________.
10. A: What was the problem?
B: They’re not sure ________________________________.

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Quiz 5 Embedded Questions (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Answer each question with an embedded question. These are in the present tense. Use pronouns in your answer whenever possible. (10 points)
Example: A: What time is it?
B: I don’t know what time it is.
1. A: What’s her name?
B: I don’t know what her name is.
2. A: When does the game start?
B: I’m not sure when it starts.
3. A: Why is she mad?
B: I have no idea why she’s mad.
4. A: Where do they live?
B: I can’t remember where they live.
5. A: How does this cell phone work?
B: Don’t ask me how it works.
6. A: What does she think about my idea?
B: I don’t know what she thinks about it.
7: A: What’s the answer to the question?
B: No one knows what the answer is.
8. A: How much does this cereal cost?
B: I’m not sure how much it costs.
9. A: Why does it take so long for them to get ready?
B: Who knows why it takes so long.
10. A: Where are my shoes?
B: I have no idea where they are.

Part B. Directions: Answer each question with an embedded question. These are in the past tense. Use pronouns in your answer whenever possible. (10 points)
Example: A: Where did my watch go?
B: I don’t know where it went.
1. A: Where was she yesterday?
B: I don’t know where she was.
2. A: How did the movie end?
B: I can’t remember how it ended.
3. A: Where did they have the party last year?
B: No one can remember where they had it.
4. A: When did you wake up?
B: I’m not sure when I woke up.
5. A: What did she do?
B: I’m not sure what she did.
6. A: How many people were there?
B: She can’t tell how many people there were. (or, were there)
7. A: What time did class start?
B: I have no idea what time it started.
8. A: How much money did you make last year?
B: I don’t want to tell you how much (money) I made.
9. A: When were they here last?
B: He doesn’t know when they were here.
10. A: What was the problem?
B: They’re not sure what the problem was.

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Quiz 6 Future Conditional Sentences

Part A. Directions: There are two verbs for each sentence. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (10 points)
1. If we _________________ a good place to eat, we __________________ there. (find / go)
2. The restaurant ___________________ new employees if the economy ____________________ better. (hire / get)
3. If it ________________ nice tomorrow, we ___________________ to the beach. (be / go)
4. If you __________________ good food, you ______________________ healthy. (eat / stay)
5. The door ______________________ if you _______________________ the knob. (open / turn)
6. We ________________________ a lot of vegetables if we _____________________ them early. (have / plant)
7. I _______________________ you tomorrow if you ________________________ to class. (see / come)
8. If they _____________________ their work done on time, they ____________________ good. (get / feel)
9. If she _____________________ him at the party, she ________________________ to talk to him. (see / try)
10. Mark ______________________ you if you _____________________ a ride. (drive / need)

Part B. Directions: There are two verbs to choose from in each sentence. Both of them are negative. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (5 points)
1. If it __________________________, they ________________________ a good harvest. (rain / have)
2. She _________________________ to college if she _______________________ a scholarship. (go / get)
3. If John ________________________ this job, he ________________________ the car he wants. (get / buy)
4. They ________________________ any money for their retirement if they _____________________ now. (have / save)
5. The flashlight ____________________________ if it ___________________________ new batteries. (work / have)

Part C. Directions: There are two verbs to choose from for each sentence. The first verb is negative. The second verb isn’t negative. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (5 points)
1. We _________________________ to the beach if it ____________________. (go / rain)
2. If she ________________________ the job she wants, she _____________________ to New York. (get / move)
3. If his car ___________________________, he _________________________ his sister’s car. (start / borrow)
4. Sarah ____________________________ a ticket if she ___________________ the speed limit. (get / obey)
5. If you _____________________ that, I _________________________ it. (want / take)

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Quiz 6 Future Conditional Sentences (Answers)

Part A. Directions: There are two verbs for each sentence. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (10 points)
1. If we find a good place to eat, we will go there. (find / go)
2. The restaurant will hire new employees if the economy gets better. (hire / get)
3. If it is nice tomorrow, we will go to the beach. (be / go)
4. If you eat good food, you will stay healthy. (eat / stay)
5. The door will open if you turn the knob. (open / turn)
6. We will have a lot of vegetables if we plant them early. (have / plant)
7. I will see you tomorrow if you come to class. (see / come)
8. If they get their work done on time, they will feel good. (get / feel)
9. If she sees him at the party, she will try to talk to him. (see / try)
10. Mark will drive you if you need a ride. (drive / need)

Part B. Directions: There are two verbs to choose from in each sentence. Both of them are negative. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (5 points)
1. If it doesn’t rain, they won’t have a good harvest. (rain / have)
2. She won’t go to college if she doesn’t get a scholarship. (go / get)
3. If John doesn’t get this job, he won’t buy the car he wants. (get / buy)
4. They won’t have any money for their retirement if they don’t save now. (have / save)
5. The flashlight won’t work if it doesn’t have new batteries. (work / have)

Part C. Directions: There are two verbs to choose from for each sentence. The first verb is negative. The second verb isn’t negative. Place the verbs into each sentence to make the future conditional. (5 points)
1. We won’t go to the beach if it rains. (go / rain)
2. If she doesn’t get the job she wants, she will move to New York. (get / move)
3. If his car doesn’t start, he will borrow his sister’s car. (start / borrow)
4. Sarah won’t get a ticket if she obeys the speed limit. (get / obey)
5. If you don’t want that, I will take it. (want / take)

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Quiz 7 Present Conditional Sentences

Part A. Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)
Example: If she owned a car, she would take a trip to California. (own / take)
1. If I ___________ enough time, I __________ __________ to the party, but I have to finish this project. (have / go)
2. They __________ __________ their own car if they __________ how to do it. (fix / know)
3. If Marc ____________ longer hours, he __________ ___________ more money. (work / make)
4 . If the kids ____________ before 6:30 in the morning, they __________ ___________ time to eat breakfast. (wake up / have)
5. Sara __________ ___________ Mexico if she ___________ how to speak Spanish. (visit / know)

Part B. Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. Use the verb “be” for one half of the sentence. (10 points)
1. I ____________ __________ that if I __________ you. (do–negative / be)
2. If he __________ in better shape, he __________ __________ to run in a marathon. (be / try)
3. Our team ___________ ___________ more competitive if we __________ more time to practice. (be / have)
4. If I ___________ a mechanic, I ___________ __________ my own car. (be / fix)
5. If Claudia and Rudy ___________ happy, they __________ ___________ a divorce. (be / get–negative)

Part C. There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)
1. If the weather __________ better, we __________ ___________ on a picnic. (be / go)
2. She __________ __________ a job if she __________ the money, but she doesn’t. (get / need)
3. These cookies __________ __________ better if you __________ more chocolate chips. (taste / add)
4. If Lorenzo ___________ here, he ___________ __________what to do. (be / know)
5. Do you know what __________ __________ if you ___________ the company? (happen / leave)

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Quiz 7 Present Conditional Sentences (Answers)

Part A.
Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)
Example: If she owned a car, she would take a trip to California. (own / take)
1. If I had enough time, I would go to the party, but I have to finish this project. (have / go)
2. They would fix their own car if they knew how to do it. (fix / know)
3. If Marc worked longer hours, he would make more money. (work / make)
4 . If the kids woke up before 6:30 in the morning, they would have time to eat breakfast. (wake up / have)
5. Sara would visit Mexico if she knew how to speak Spanish. (visit / know)

Part B.
Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. Use the verb “be” for one half of the sentence. (10 points)
1. I wouldn’t do that if I were you. (do–negative / be)
2. If he were in better shape, he would try to run in a marathon. (be / try)
3. Our team would be more competitive if we had more time to practice. (be / have)
4. If I were a mechanic, I would fix my own car. (be / fix)
5. If Claudia and Rudy were happy, they wouldn’t get a divorce. (be / get–negative)

Part C.
There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the present conditional. Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)
1. If the weather were better, we would go on a picnic. (be / go)
2. She would get a job if she needed the money, but she doesn’t. (get / need)
3. These cookies would taste better if you added more chocolate chips. (taste / add)
4. If Lorenzo were here, he would know what to do. (be / know)
5. Do you know what would happen if you left the company? (happen / leave)

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Quiz 8 Past Conditional Sentences

Part A. Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the past conditional. Fill in the blanks. (10 points)
Example: If he had known about the sale, he would have gone to it. (know / go)
1. If I __________ ___________ them, I __________ ____________ ____________ them to sit with us. (see / ask)
2. If I __________ ____________ your phone number, I ____________ __________ ___________ you. (have / call)
3. She ____________ ____________ ____________ wet if she ___________ ____________ her umbrella. (get / forget)
4. It __________ ___________ __________ a better party if Tom __________ ____________ there. (be / be)
5. If it ___________ ___________ so cold that day, we ___________ ___________ ____________ outside. (be–negative / eat)

Part B. Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the past conditional. Both verbs are negative. (10 points)
1. Our teacher ___________ ___________ __________us a test if she ___________ ____________ us for it. (give / prepare)
2. If the car __________ __________, Bob __________ __________ ____________ to work today, but it was okay. (start / go)
3. If he ____________ ____________ all that food, he ___________ ___________ ______________ sick. (eat / get)
4. I ____________ ___________ ___________ from college if I __________ ___________ really hard. (graduate / work)
5. If you ____________ ____________ out so late, you ____________ ____________ ____________ in trouble. ( stay / get)

Part C. There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the past conditional. One of the verbs is the verb “do.” Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)
1. If I __________ __________ better on the test, I __________ __________ _________ a better grade. (do / get)
2. If they ________ __________ it was going to rain, they __________ __________ ________their work outside earlier. (know / do)
3. Tia _________ __________ __________ to work on time if she __________ __________ the bus. (get / miss–negative)
4. We _________ _________ __________ to do the dishes if you __________ __________ them already. (offer / do–negative)
5. If she __________ ___________ her homework, she __________ ___________ ___________ the lesson. (do / understand)

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Quiz 8 Past Conditional Sentences (Answers)

Part A. Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the past conditional. Fill in the blanks. (10 points)
Example: If he had known about the sale, he would have gone to it. (know / go)
1. If I had seen them, I would have asked them to sit with us. (see / ask)
2. If I had had your phone number, I would have called you. (have / call)
3. She would have gotten wet if she had forgotten her umbrella. (get / forget)
4. It would have been a better party if Tom had been there. (be / be)
5. If it hadn’t been so cold that day, we would have eaten outside. (be–negative / eat)

Part B. Directions: There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the past conditional. Both verbs are negative. (10 points)
1. Our teacher wouldn’t have given us a test if she hadn’t prepared us for it. (give / prepare)
2. If the car hadn’t started, Bob wouldn’t have gone to work today, but the car was okay. (start / go)
3. If he hadn’t eaten all that food, he wouldn’t have gotten sick. (eat / get)
4. I wouldn’t have graduated from college if I hadn’t worked really hard. (graduate / work)
5. If you hadn’t stayed out so late, you wouldn’t have gotten in trouble. ( stay / get)

Part C. There are two verbs provided for each sentence to make the past conditional. One of the verbs is the verb “do.” Fill in the blanks in each sentence. (10 points)
1. If I had done better on the test, I would have gotten a better grade. (do / get)
2. If they had known it was going to rain, they would have done their work outside earlier. (know / do)
3. Tia would have gotten to work on time if she hadn’t missed the bus. (get / miss–negative)
4. We would have offered to do the dishes if you hadn’t done them already. (offer / do–negative)
5. If she had done her homework, she would have understood the lesson. (do / understand)

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Quiz 9 So Too Either Neither

Part A. Directions: Choose “so” or “too” for each sentence and the correct helping or modal verb for each sentence. (10 points)
1. I like to watch the news in the evening, and __________ __________ my friends.
2. Veronica went to the University of Illinois, and John __________ __________.
3. He’s a student, and _________ __________ you.
4. My kids are tired, and I __________ __________.
5. The train is going to be late, and __________ __________ the bus.
6. Our teacher is interesting, and yours __________ __________.
7. This coat was made in India, and __________ __________ hers.
8. They have been to New York, and we __________ __________.
9. I’ll try to help you, and __________ ___________ they.
10. He should start looking for a new job, and __________ __________ they.

Part B. Directions: Choose “either” or “neither” for each sentence and the correct helping or modal verb for each sentence. (10 points)

1. My neighbors don’t like the noise from the traffic, and I __________ __________.
2. He isn’t interested in moving to another state, and __________ __________ she.
3. Ali can’t swim, and __________ __________ his friend, Richard.
4. I don’t want these old clothes, and they__________ __________.
5. She hasn’t seen that movie, and __________ __________ he.
6. You shouldn’t overeat, and your kids ___________ __________.
7. Denise didn’t come to class yesterday, and George __________ __________.
8. My dog won’t go into the water, and __________ ____________ my cat.
9. You’re not hungry, and __________ __________ I.
10. He hasn’t had any problems with his Toyota, and his sister __________ __________.

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Quiz 9 So Too Either Neither (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Choose “so” or “too” for each sentence and the correct helping or modal verb for each sentence. (10 points)
1. I like to watch the news in the evening, and so do my friends.
2. Veronica went to the University of Illinois, and John did too.
3. He’s a student, and so are you.
4. My kids are tired, and I am too.
5. The train is going to be late, and so is the bus.
6. Our teacher is interesting, and yours is too.
7. This coat was made in India, and so was hers.
8. They have been to New York, and we have too.
9. I’ll try to help you, and so will they.
10. He should start looking for a new job, and so should they.

Part B. Directions: Choose “either” or “neither” for each sentence and the correct helping or modal verb for each sentence. (10 points)
1. My neighbors don’t like the noise from the traffic, and I don’t either.
2. He isn’t interested in moving to another state, and neither is she.
3. Ali can’t swim, and neither can his friend, Richard.
4. I don’t want these old clothes, and they don’t either.
5. She hasn’t seen that movie, and neither has he.
6. You shouldn’t overeat, and your kids shouldn’t either.
7. Denise didn’t come to class yesterday, and George didn’t either.
8. My dog won’t go into the water, and neither will my cat.
9. You’re not hungry, and neither am I.
10. He hasn’t had any problems with his Toyota, and his sister hasn’t either.

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Quiz 10 Still Anymore

Part A. Directions: Change the word “anymore” to “still.” (10 points)
Example: He doesn’t need his medicine anymore. — He still needs his medicine.
1. She doesn’t live here anymore. / _________________________________________________.
2. I don’t want this anymore. / ________________________________________________.
3. They don’t remember their old address anymore. / __________________________________________________.
4. My friend doesn’t work here anymore. / ___________________________________________________.
5. My wife didn’t want to keep the old couch. / __________________________________________________.
6. He doesn’t want anymore help. / _______________________________________________________.
7. You can’t go there anymore. / ______________________________________________________.
8. We can’t find that kind of bread anymore. / __________________________________________________.
9. Our old house doesn’t exist anymore. / ___________________________________________________.
10. The carpet isn’t clean anymore. / ____________________________________________________.

Part B. Directions: Change the word “still” to “anymore.” (10 points)
Example: She still needs her book. — She doesn’t need her book anymore.

1. We still go to New York City every year. / _______________________________________________________.
2. This old computer still works. / __________________________________________________________.
3. My kids still play with their toys. / ___________________________________________________________.
4. Do you still want to keep this? / ________________________________________________________________?
5. I can still ski. / ____________________________________________________________.
6. She still wants you to call her. / ________________________________________________________.
7. The sun is still up. / _____________________________________________________________.
8. My mother should still continue to see that doctor. / __________________________________________________.
9. You’re still being punished. / ____________________________________________________________.
10. We’ll still shop at that store. / _______________________________________________________________.

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Quiz 10 Still Anymore (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Change the word “anymore” to “still.” (10 points)

Example: He doesn’t need his medicine anymore. — He still needs his medicine.
1. She doesn’t live here anymore. / She still lives here.
2. I don’t want this anymore. / I still want this.
3. They don’t remember their old address anymore. / They still remember their old address.
4. My friend doesn’t work here anymore. / My friend still works here.
5. My wife didn’t want to keep the old couch. / My wife still wanted to keep the old couch.
6. He doesn’t want anymore help. / He still wants help.
7. You can’t go there anymore. / You can still go there.
8. We can’t find that kind of bread anymore. / We can still find that kind of bread.
9. Our old house doesn’t exist anymore. / Our old house still exists.
10. The carpet isn’t clean anymore. / The carpet is still clean.

Part B. Directions: Change the word “still” to “anymore.” (10 points)

Example: She still needs her book. — She doesn’t need her book anymore.
1. We still go to New York City every year. / We don’t go to New York anymore.
2. This old computer still works. / This old computer doesn’t work anymore.
3. My kids still play with their toys. / My kids don’t play with their toys anymore.
4. Do you still want to keep this? / Don’t you want to keep this anymore?
5. I can still ski. / I can’t ski anymore.
6. She still wants you to call her. / She doesn’t want you to call her anymore.
7. The sun is still up. / The sun isn’t up anymore.
8. My mother should still continue to see that doctor. / My mother shouldn’t continue to see that doctor anymore.
9. You’re still being punished. / You aren’t being punished anymore.
10. We’ll still shop at that store. / We won’t shop at that store anymore.

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Quiz 11 Adjective Clauses

Part A. Directions: Underline the adjective clause in each sentence. Circle the noun or the pronoun that the adjective clause describes. (10 points)
Example: This is something that he is interested in.
This is something that he is interested in.

1. He doesn’t like anything that has olives in it.
2. They will call someone who can help them.
3. That’s something that I find hard to believe.
4. It’s hard to believe anything that she says.
5. You should ask someone who knows how to do it.
6. There is nothing that you can do.
7. Nothing that I did worked.
8. Everyone who attended the party liked the cake.
9. There’s something that I need to tell you.
10. I’ll talk to anyone who is interested about the business.

Part B. Directions: Five of the sentences above can be rewritten without using “who” or “that” in the adjective clause because they are functioning as objects in the clause. Identify four of those sentences and rewrite them below. (5 points)
Example:
3. That’s something I find hard to believe.
__ _______________________________________________.
__ _______________________________________________.
__ _______________________________________________.
__ _______________________________________________.

Part C. Directions: Combine these sentences and questions in order to make one sentence that contains an adjective clause. (10 points)
Example: She is someone. / I like to work with her.
She is someone who I like to work with. (or)
She is someone with whom I like to work.
1. This is something. / You might find it interesting.
_______________________________________________.
2. Everyone was there at the party. / I work with them.
________________________________________________.
3. You should talk to someone. / He or she can answer your questions.
________________________________________________.
4. That’s everything. / I brought them with me.
________________________________________________.
5. I saw it. / I couldn’t remember anything.
________________________________________________.
6. Did you see anything? / The police would like to know about it.
________________________________________________.
7. Where is everyone? / They attended yesterday’s meeting.
________________________________________________.
8. It’s nothing. / You don’t need to worry about it.
________________________________________________.
9. I have something for you. / I bought it at the store.
________________________________________________.
10. Can you trust him? Is this someone?
________________________________________________.

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Quiz 11 Adjective Clauses (Answers)

Part A. Directions: Underline the adjective clause in each sentence. Circle the noun or the pronoun that the adjective clause describes. (10 points)
Example: This is something that he is interested in.
This is something that he is interested in.
1. He doesn’t like anything that has olives in it.
2. They will call someone who can help them.
3. That’s something that I find hard to believe.
4. It’s hard to believe anything that she says.
5. You should ask someone who knows how to do it.
6. There is nothing that you can do.
7. Nothing that I did worked.
8. Everyone who attended the party liked the cake.
9. There’s something that I need to tell you.
10. I’ll talk to anyone who is interested about the business.

Part B. Directions: Five of the sentences above can be rewritten without using “who” or “that” in the adjective clause because they are functioning as objects in the clause. Identify four of those sentences and rewrite them below. (5 points)
Example:
3. That’s something I find hard to believe.
4. It’s hard to believe anything she says.
5. There’s nothing you can do.
7. Nothing I did worked.
9. There’s something I need to tell you.

Part C. Directions: Combine these sentences and questions in order to make one sentence that contains an adjective clause. (10 points)
Example: She is someone. / I like to work with her.
She is someone who I like to work with. (or)
She is someone with whom I like to work.*
1. This is something. / You might find it interesting.
This is something that you might find interesting.
2. Everyone was there at the party. / I work with them.
Everyone who I work with was there at the party.
3. You should talk to someone. / He or she can answer your questions.
You should talk to someone who can answer your questions.
4. That’s everything. / I brought them with me.
That’s everything that I brought with me.
5. I saw it. / I couldn’t remember anything.
I couldn’t remember anything that I saw.
6. Did you see anything? / The police would like to know about it.
Did you see anything that the police would like to know about?
7. Where is everyone? / They attended yesterday’s meeting.
Where is everyone who attended yesterday’s meeting?
8. It’s nothing. / You don’t need to worry about it.
It’s nothing that you need to worry about.
9. I have something for you. / I bought it at the store.
I have something that I bought at the store for you.
10. Can you trust him? Is this someone?
Is this someone who you can trust?
* Most Americans don’t use “whom” for the object pronoun even though that would be correct grammatically.

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Quiz 12 Tag Questions Present

Tag Questions in the Present Tense
Directions: Complete each statement in the present tense with a tag question (or attached question).
1. She feels better today, __________ __________?
2. I don’t work tomorrow, __________ ___________?
3. The students are in the classroom, __________ ________?
4. Shelly and Tom love each other, __________ __________?
5. Today is a holiday, __________ __________?
6. That doesn’t cost very much, __________ __________?
7. The Vikings have a good team, __________ __________?
8. These apples aren’t very good, __________ __________?
9. The store closes at 10 p.m., __________ __________?
10. That doesn’t hurt, __________ ___________?
11. We’re late, __________ __________?
12. I’m on time, __________ __________?
13. Her feet hurt, __________ ___________?
14. The police are here, __________ __________?
15. People need love and compassion, _________ ________?
16. This computer doesn’t work, _________ __________?
17. My test scores aren’t very good, _________ __________?
17. It rains almost every morning here, __________ _______?
18. You do your laundry on Fridays, __________ _________?
19. They don’t do very well on tests, __________ _________?
20. You have a cold, __________ __________?

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Quiz 12 Tag Questions Present (Answers)

ANSWERS:
1. She feels better today, doesn’t she?
2. I don’t work tomorrow, do I?
3. The students are in the classroom, aren’t they?
4. Shelly and Tom love each other, don’t they?
5. Today is a holiday, isn’t it?
6. That doesn’t cost very much, does it?
7. The Vikings have a good team, don’t they?
8. These apples aren’t very good, are they?
9. The store closes at 10 p.m., doesn’t it?
10. That doesn’t hurt, does it?
11. We’re late, aren’t we?
12. I’m on time, aren’t I? (Yes, this is correct.)
13. Her feet hurt, don’t they?
14. The police are here, aren’t they?
15. People need love and compassion, don’t they?
16. This computer doesn’t work, does it?
17. My test scores aren’t very good, are they?
17. It rains almost every morning here, doesn’t it?
18. You do your laundry on Fridays, don’t you?
19. They don’t do very well on tests, do they?
20. You have a cold, don’t you?

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Quiz 13 Tag Questions Past

Tag Questions in the Past Tense

Directions: Complete each statement in the past tense with a tag question (or attached question).
1. He felt sick yesterday, __________ __________?
2. You didn’t work today, __________ ___________?
3. The students were in the classroom, _________ ________?
4. Shelly loved Tom very much, __________ __________?
5. Yesterday was a holiday, __________ __________?
6. That didn’t cost very much, __________ __________?
7. The Yankees had a good season, __________ _________?
8. Those oranges were terrible, __________ __________?
9. The store closed at midnight, __________ __________?
10. That didn’t hurt, __________ ___________?
11. We weren’t late, __________ __________?
12. George was on time this morning, _________ _________?
13. Her feet hurt, __________ ___________?
14. The police never came, __________ __________?
15. The people at the border needed help, _______ _______?
16. The battery for the phone died, _________ __________?
17. My test scores were good, __________ __________?
17. It rained every morning last week, __________ _______?
18. You did your laundry already, __________ _________?
19. They didn’t do very well on the test, ________ ________?
20. You didn’t go to work sick, __________ __________?

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Quiz 13 Tag Questions Past (Answers)

ANSWERS:
1. He felt sick yesterday, didn’t he?
2. You didn’t work today, did you?
3. The students were in the classroom, weren’t they?
4. Shelly loved Tom very much, didn’t she?
5. Yesterday was a holiday, wasn’t it?
6. That didn’t cost very much, did it?
7. The Yankees had a good season, didn’t they?
8. Those oranges were terrible, weren’t they?
9. The store closed at midnight, didn’t it?
10. That didn’t hurt, did it?
11. We weren’t late, were we?
12. George was on time this morning, wasn’t he?
13. Her feet hurt, didn’t they?
14. The police never came, did they?
15. The people at the border needed help, didn’t they?
16. The battery for the phone died, didn’t it?
17. My test scores were good, weren’t they?
17. It rained every morning last week, didn’t it?
18. You did your laundry already, didn’t you?
19. They didn’t do very well on the test, did they?
20. You didn’t go to work sick, did you?

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Quiz 14 Adjective Clauses Restrictive

Adjective Clauses that use “that”

Directions: Combine the sentences or questions provided to create one sentence or question. Use “that” at the beginning of each adjective clause.
Example: This is my computer. I use it.
This is the computer that I use.
1. This is the parking ticket. I have to pay it.
______________________________________________.
2. These are my shoes. I wear them for work.
______________________________________________.
3. Here’s my notebook. I use it for taking notes.
______________________________________________.
4. Where is the paper? We need it for the copier.
______________________________________________.
5. Where’s the key? It opens the door.
______________________________________________.
6. How long is the movie? We are going to see it tonight.
______________________________________________.
7. That is a mistake. I won’t make it.
______________________________________________.
8. His house is white. He lives in it.
______________________________________________.
9. The students are very smart. We teach them.
______________________________________________.
10. Where’s the container? I put it in the refrigerator.
_______________________________________________.

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Quiz 14 Adjective Clauses Restrictive (Answers)

ANSWERS:
1. This is the parking ticket that I have to pay.
2. These are the shoes that I wear for work.
3. Here’s the notebook that I use for taking notes.
4. Where is the paper that we need for the copier?
5. Where’s the key that opens the door?
6. How long is the movie that we are going to see tonight?
7. That is a mistake that I won’t make.
8. The house that he lives in is white.
9. The students that we teach are very smart.
10. Where’s the container that I put in the refrigerator?

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Quiz 15 So Too

Part A.
Directions: Complete the end of each sentence with “so” or “too” and the necessary helping verbs. Write the answers in your notebook.
Example: Mark has a new car. Jenny has a new car.
Mark has a new car, and so does Jenny.
or
Mark has a new car, and Jenny does too.
1. I like chocolate ice cream, and Pamela ________ _______.
2. You work as a chef, and ________ ________ Steven.
3. We can go to to the beach, and _______ ________ they.
4. This is a good book, and that ________ ________.
5. I’m ready, and ________ ________ they.
6. Bob has lived here a long time, and _______ _______ Joe.
7. The team felt the pain of defeat, and the fans _____ _____.
8. Our house is on this block, and ______ _______ theirs.
9. That store went out of business, and the one next door ______ ______.
10. This phone is on sale, and those _______ _______.

Part B.
Directions: Combine two sentences into one sentence by using “so” or “too.”
Example: (so) This was helpful. That was helpful.
This was helpful, and so was that.
1. We’re going out tonight. They’re going out tonight.
(so) ____________________________________________.
2. He had a good time. His girlfriend had a good time.
(too) ____________________________________________.
3. I was looking for a new job. Sara was looking for a new job.
(so) _____________________________________________.
4. The pizza is inexpensive. The drinks are inexpensive.
(so) _____________________________________________.
5. Jim’s had enough to eat. Bill’s had enough to eat.
(too) ____________________________________________.
6. You saw what happened. I saw what happened.
(so) _____________________________________________.
7. We can stay a little longer. They can stay a little longer.
(too) ____________________________________________.
8. He will do it. She will do it.
(too) ____________________________________________.
9. I’m satisfied with the agreement. They’re satisfied with the agreement.
(so) _____________________________________________.
10. Your house was repainted. Our house was repainted.
(so) _____________________________________________.

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Quiz 15 So Too (Answers)

Answers:
Part A.
1. I like chocolate ice cream, and Pamela does too.
2. You work as a chef, and so does Steven.
3. We can go to to the beach, and so can they.
4. This is a good book, and that is too.
5. I’m ready, and so are they.
6. Bob has lived here a long time, and so has Joe.
7. The team felt the pain of defeat, and the fans did too.
8. Our house is on this block, and so is theirs.
9. That store went out of business, and the one next door did too.
10. This phone is on sale, and those are too.

Part B.
1. We’re going out tonight, and so are they.
2. He had a good time, and his girlfriend did too.
3. I was looking for a new job, and so was Sara.
4. The pizza is inexpensive, and so are the drinks.
5. Jim’s had enough to eat, Bill has too.
6. You saw what happened, and so did I.
7. We can stay a little longer, and they can too.
8. He will do it, and she will too.
9. I’m satisfied with the agreement, and so are they.
10. Your house was repainted, and so was ours.

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Quiz 16 Echo Questions

Directions: Write short questions in response to a statement. The word order is subject + helping verb or main verb.
Example:
A: Tom bought a new house.
B: He did? I didn’t know that. (The helping verb, “did,” matches the main verb in the statement, “bought.”)

1. A: The weather is going to be terrible tomorrow.
B: ________ ________? That’s too bad.
2. A: The schools are closed due to bad weather.
B: ________ ________? Yeah! I can sleep in.
3. A: John bought a new car.
B: ________ ________? What kind?
4. A: The store closes at 10:00.
B: ________ ________? We won’t get there in time.
5. A: Mary has been accepted into the college.
B: ________ ________? That’s great news.
6. A: That restaurant has terrible food.
B: ________ ________? I heard it was good.
7. A: Your phone can give you directions.
B: ________ ________? That’s amazing!
8. A: I have to wake up at 4:30 a.m. tomorrow morning.
B: ________ ________? Why so early?
9. A: We stayed up past midnight last night.
B: ________ ________? Why so late?
10. A: Sophia doesn’t want to go to school today.
B: ________ ________? Why not?
11. A: This stupid computer isn’t working.
B: ________ ________? What’s wrong with it?
12. A: These chips are stale.
B: ________ ________? I just bought them.
13. A: Gloria wasn’t able to meet with us yesterday.
B: ________ ________? What happened?
14. A: Those kids ate all of that candy.
B: ________ ________? How could they eat all of it?
15. A: Our guests will be here in about twenty minutes.
B: ________ ________? I’d better get ready.
16. A: Bob has a really bad cold today.
B: ________ ________? He’d better stay home.
17. A: We still owe a little bit of money on our car.
B: ________ ________? I thought we paid it off.
18. A: Teresa has had the same car for over 20 years.
B: ________ ________? How well does it run?
19. A: I’m tired.
B: ________ ________? But you just woke up.
20. A: It’s snowing.
B: ________ ________? But it’s the middle of April!

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Quiz 16 Echo Questions (Answers)

Answers:
1. A: The weather is going to be terrible tomorrow.
B: It is? That’s too bad.
2. A: The schools are closed due to bad weather.
B: They are? Yeah! I can sleep in.
3. A: John bought a new car.
B: He did? What kind?
4. A: The store closes at 10:00.
B: It does? We won’t get there in time.
5. A: Mary has been accepted into the college.
B: She has? That’s great news.
6. A: That restaurant has terrible food.
B: It does? I heard it was good.
7. A: Your phone can give you directions.
B: It can? That’s amazing!
8. A: I have to wake up at 4:30 a.m. tomorrow morning.
B: You do? Why so early?
9. A: We stayed up past midnight last night.
B: You did? Why so late?
10. A: Sophia doesn’t want to go to school today.
B: She doesn’t? Why not?
11. A: This stupid computer isn’t working.
B: It isn’t? What’s wrong with it?
12. A: These chips are stale.
B: They are? I just bought them.
13. A: Gloria wasn’t able to meet with us yesterday.
B: She wasn’t? What happened?
14. A: Those kids ate all of that candy.
B: They did? How could they eat all of it?
15. A: Our guests will be here in about twenty minutes.
B: They will? I’d better get ready.
16. A: Bob has a really bad cold today.
B: He does? He’d better stay home.
17. A: We still owe a little bit of money on our car.
B: We do? I thought we paid it off.
18. A: Teresa has had the same car for over 20 years.
B: She has? How well does it run?
19. A: I’m tired.
B: You are? But you just woke up.
20. A: It’s snowing.
B: It is? But it’s the middle of April!