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Sheila Oh, no ! It's raining cats and dogs. I don't think Shirley will turn up for this meeting.
Mina But she's given us her word. And you know we can always count on Shirley to be present.
Sheila I hope you are right. We need to put our heads together to plan for the trip.
Mina Look, here comes Shirley. What did I tell you ?
   
       
1.   It's raining cats and dogs.  
    A It is flooded.  
    B

It is raining very heavily.

 
    C It is hardly raining.  
    D It is raining on and off.  
         
2.   she's given us her word  
    A she has written us a message  
    B she has told us something  
    C

she has promised us

 
    D she has called us  
         
3.   We need to put our heads together  
    A

We need to discuss.

    B We need everyone we can get.
    C We need to come together.  
    D We need to recruit more people.  
         

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    Answers : 1B    2C    3A
 
     
 

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