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From the options A, B, C and D, choose the form that best fits the function state, to complete the dialogue below.
Atan Hello, Dinah. Did you have a good trip ?
Dinah It was not too bad. In fact I managed to sleep a bit. ______1______ ( to express satisfaction )
Atan Is that all your luggage ?
Dinah Yes. Wait a minute. The small holdall is missing. ______2______ ( to express dismay ) I must have left it at the duty-free shop.
Atan ______3______ ( to reassure ) We can ask the security guard to get it. Which shop was it ?
       
1.   To express satisfaction  
    A It was so quiet.  
    B The passengers slept.  
    C

The seat was really comfortable.

 
    D It has made me feel rested.  
         
2.   To express dismay  
    A

Oh dear !

 
    B What a nuisance !  
    C Where could it be ?  
    D I remember now.  
         
3.   To reassure  
    A Don't cry.  
    B

Don't worry.

 
    C Are you sure ?  
    D We'll look for it.  
         
 
 
 

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