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1.

  Kristin : Hello, Vijaya, Happy Deepavali to you and your family !

Vijaya : Thank you. Do come in. I'm glad you have come.

               
    (A)

To wish

 
(B) To request
    (C) To welcome  
    (D) to inform  
               
2.   Keane : The race will start at 8 a.m., won't it ?

Clerk : That's right. After registration, you have to assemble at the starting line in the field.

               
    (A)

To inform

 
(B) To greet
    (C) To request  
    (D) To describe  
               
3.   Lily : Lehman fell while climbing up the rambutan tree.

Rose : I shouldn't have asked him to pluck the rambutans.

               
    (A) To complain  
(B)

To regret

    (C) To apologize  
    (D) To advise  
               
4.   Ronnie : Our team played badly, especially I.

Mat : It's all your fault. You have let the team down.

               
    (A) To advise  
(B)

To blame

    (C) To warn  
    (D) To protest  
               
5.   David : Hello, Sam. You look worried. can I help you ?

Sam : Could you lend me twenty dollars ? I need it urgently.

               
    (A) To inform  
(B) To describe
    (C) To offer  
    (D)

To request

 
               
6.   Billy : Why don't you borrow Aileen's bicycle ?

Sarah : Her bicycle has a flat tyre.

               
    (A) To offer  
(B)

To explain

    (C) To advise  
    (D) To instruct  
         

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