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From the options A, B, and C, choose the form that best fits the function state, to complete the dialogue below.
Orgie I need two tickets, please.
Ticket seller Sorry, but we have no more tickets.
Orgie Oh no ! ______1______ ( to express regret )
Penny What's wrong, Orgie ?
Orgie ______2______ ( to inform )
Penny Oh dear ! ______3______ ( to ask )
Orgie Oh, I don't know. What would you like to do ?
Penny How about going for a movie ?
Orgie That's fine with me.
   
       
1.   To express regret  
    A The show has already started.  
    B

I should have come earlier.

 
    C I was looking forward to seeing the circus.  
    D The tickets can't have sold out so soon.  
         
2.   To inform  
    A There are no more shows.  
    B This circus is useless.  
    C

The tickets are sold out.

 
    D We are most unfortunate.  
         
3.   To ask  
    A

What shall we do then ?

    B We have no choice.
    C Let's go for a movie.  
    D We can always come tomorow.  
         
 
 

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