Mark the letter next to the correct explanation—A, B or C—on your answer sheet.
A.Do not go away until we have checked your books.
B.Check you have all your books before you leave the library.
C.Do not leave books here for checking without telling us.
Why has Kim emailed Sally?
A.to give her some details
B.to let her know that he's ill
C.to remind her to de something
A.We leave some toys at the back of this room for children.
B.Please don't leave any toys outside this room when you go.
C.Remember to take your children's toys with you when you leav
A.To arrive punctually, Ed should use a different rout
B.Dennis suggests that it's quicker to go on the main roa
C.If there's enough time, Lynn would like to see the matc
According to Martyna, the city's disadvantage is ______ .
A.its actual siz
B.its transport system.
C.its evening entertainment.
For each of these numbers mark the correct letter on your answer sheet.
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This six-bedroom, nineteenth-century house, just outside the village of Tidmarsh, is a very pleasant family home with two sitting rooms and a dining room. There is a garage and a garden with a swimming pool. Quick sale wanted.
This elegant one-bedroom house near the river consists of an unusually large living room, bright kitchen and bathroom. It has gas central heating, a small garden which is easy to look after, and a garage. Reasonable monthly rent for a town centre property.
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For sale: this newly-built one-bedroom town house has a large lounge, kitchen, bathroom, garage and a private garden at the back that needs some work. It is very close to the shopping centre and within five minutes' walk of the bus station with connections to London and Birmingham.
A lovely, furnished apartment away from the noise of the city centre, with a balcony looking down on beautiful lawns, flowers and, beyond them, the River Thames. The accommodation includes two bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen/dining room. Cars may be parked in the road. Available to rent immediately.
A beautiful small cottage for sale in a pretty village with lovely views over farms and hills. The accommodation includes two bedrooms, kitchen, living room and study/ office. Enjoy the quiet of the countryside and still benefit from good connections with all major cities as the railway station is very close.
For sale: an interesting old country farmhouse with two reception rooms, comfortable kitchen and three bedrooms. Next to the house there are some old buildings which could be used to store equipment or keep animals, and a field which could be turned into a garden with tennis court or swimming pool.
A spacious new two-bedroom apartment will become available for rent when the owner moves abroad in three months' time. It has views of the park and canal although it is only one street away from the main shopping area. No private parking facilities are included but there is usually space to park in the street outside.
For immediate rent: an attractive, large nineteenth-century town house with ten bedrooms. At the end of the garden, there is an old building, originally used for horses, which could be used as a garage or turned into office accommodation.
Chris and Sarah want to rent a flat as soon as possible. They would prefer a quiet part of town with views over gardens and water.
George would like to rent a small home near the centre of town with somewhere safe to keep his car. He. has only a little time to do the gardening.
Graham and Suzie have four children. They want to buy a house in the countryside which is big enough for each child to have their own room. The children enjoy playing outdoors.
Mary is a lawyer who works mainly in London. She is hoping to buy a home in the country where she can work sometimes. She needs to be able to catch a train to London easily.
James and Miranda have always lived in town, but as their two teenage daughters love riding they now want to buy a house in the country. They need enough space to have two horses.