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Lesson 3 - Exercise

 

 

1.  How would you say " " in English?

A.      Or you are wrong or you are lying

B.      You are either wrong or lying

C.      You are neither wrong or lying

D.      You are neither wrong nor lying

 

2.  How would you say " , " in English? (neutral,  foe)

A.      I'm not a friend and I'm not a foe, I'm neutral

B.      Not only am I not a friend, but I'm also not a foe, I'm neutral

C.      I am neither a friend nor a foe, I'm neutral

D.      Answers B and C are correct

 

3.  What could be a proper response to the answer to the previous question?

(proper = , response = , previous = , question = )

A.      Neither am I (neutral)

B.      So am I (neutral)

C.      Me neither (neutral)

D.      Answers A and C are correct

 

4.  What is the meaning of the sentence "She's anything but funny"?  

A.     

B.     

C.     

D.     

 

5.  Translate the following sentence to English:

 " , "

( = trial , = plaintiff , , = legal , = expense )

 

A.      Not just that we've lost the trial, but we're going to have to pay for the plaintiff's legal expenses too

B.      We haven't lost the trial, so we're going to have to pay for the plaintiff's legal expenses

C.      Not only have we lost the trial, except we're going to have to pay for the plaintiff's legal expenses

D.      Not only have we lost the trial, but we're also going to have to pay for the plaintiff's legal expenses

 


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