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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.
Mrs. Ting What were you discussing with Mr. Lim on the telephone just now, dear ?
Mr. Ting ______1______ ( To announce ) I think it'll very exciting.
Mrs. Ting You have just been discharged from the hospital. ______2______ ( To express disbelief )
Mr. Ting I am. Besides, the doctor gave me a clean bill of health.
Mrs. Ting I know he did. ______3______ ( To remind )
Mr. Ting Don't worry. I'm in good hands. There are doctors in the group.
Mrs. Ting Really ?! Are they bringing the hospital with all its equipment along too ? You are going to need it in case you fall ill again.
   
       
1.   To announce  
    A Oh, nothing dear.  
    B You were eavesdropping !  
    C

We are planning to hike up Elps Mountain.

 
    D Just catching up with some news.  
         
2.   To express disbelief  
    A

You can't be serious !

 
    B The hike will do wonders to your health.  
    C You're always up to some mischief.  
    D Hey ! That's a good idea.  
         
3.   To remind  
    A That's why I'm encouraging you to go on the trip.
    B You never pay attention to what I have to say.
    C

He also advised you to be cautious and not to take up strenuous exercises.

 
    D Why do you have go go against the doctor's advice ?  
         
 
 
 

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