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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.
Ram This is the loveliest place in the world. ______1______ ( to express admiration ) Don't you agree ?
Sunny The beach is a perfect place for a sentimental person like you. As for me, ______2______ ( to express preference ).
Ram A cinema is such an uninteresting place. ______3______ ( to advise ).
Sunny Well, one man's meat is another's poison. You can have your beaches and I'll enjoy my cities.
   
       
1.   To express admiration  
    A

It's so quiet and serene.

 
    B Can we come again next year ?  
    C I never want to go home.  
    D It's a pity the water is polluted.  
         
2.   To express preference  
    A it's much better than going to the cinema.  
    B

I would rather go to the cinema.

 
    C some people would prefer to go to the cinema.  
    D it's sometimes a change from the cinema.  
         
3.   To advise  
    A Why should you like to go there ?
    B Don't you find the air stale ?
    C You should try to spend more time in the cinema.  
    D

You should learn to appreciate nature.

 
         
 
 
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