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1. Mr. White is a tailor, ?
2. It isn’t ready yet, .?
3. I am clever, .?
4. We must hurry, .?
5. They won’t stop long, .?
6. You asked for mustard, .?
7. She speaks too quickly, .?
8. He will arrive soon, ?
9. The milk may be sour, .?
10. Tom doesn’t like ham, .?
11. They told me a lie, ?
12. It can’t be so bad, ?
13. It was a pity, ?
14. Jack is joining the club, ?
15. You mustn’t do that again, ?
16. You ought not to eat that, ?
17. They have sold the house, ?
18. Our team won the prize, ?
 



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or yesterday.”

He said, “I have a toothache.”

She said, “I’ll write him a prescription.”

They said, “We’re going to the drugstore.”

He said, “The doctor gave me some pills.”

She said, “I go to the supermarket every day.”

He said, “I have received the envelope.”

They said, “We visited Cannery Row.”

She said, “I feel very sick.”

He said, “I bought some popcorn.”

They said, “We’re flying to California.”

He said, “I’m cutting off the main valve.”

He said he didn’t know what had happened.

She said that she had gone to the dentist yesterday.

She said the doctor had written her a prescription.

He said that he had a toothache.

She said she went to the museum every day.

They said they were going to the supermarket.

She said that the doctor had given her some pills.

He said he had received the report.

They said they had visited the aquarium.

He said that he was feeling sick.

She said she had bought some bread.

He said that he was turning off the television.

They said they were driving to Chicago.

“If you are late tomorrow, I am going to fire you,” he said

“I’m telling you that I didn’t break that window”, the boy said

“I’m going to change the wheel on my car myself,” said Hang.

“It’s certainly essential to take a long-term view of the situation,” the boss said →
“I passed my driving test first time,” said Sam.

“It’s the first time I’ve flown”, Ha said.

Hang said: “Why doesn’t Ha buy them this picture as a wedding present?”

“I can’t work at all! My typewriter isn’t working properly,” she said

“I think you should try to be more punctual,” she said to Ha

“You can’t park here”

“Have you worked before?” she said to him

“Can you work on Saturday before?” she said to him

“May I open the window?” she asked

“Would it be alright if I had the day off?” she said to her boss

“May I borrow your tennis racket?” she asked him

“Are you coming to the party tonight, Ha?” she asked

“Can you borrow your pen please, Ha?” she asked

“Do you know where my tennis racquet is, Mum?” she asked her Mum

“Was Ha at work yesterday?” she asked her secretary

“Did you read the article about Prince Diana?” she asked him

“Where do you live?” she said to him

“Why do you want the job?” she said to him

“How did you hear about it?” she said to him

“How much do you expect to earn?” she said to him

“When can you start?” she said to him

“What time is it, Ha?” she asked

“How long have you worked for this company?” she asked

“Why has he been working so hard?” she asked

“Why did you do it when I told you not to?” she said to me

“Why didn’t you come at ten o’clock?” she said

“If you type this letter out for me, I’ll buy you a drink, OK? Thanks!” he said (persuade)

“Sure, I don’t mind at all if you use my typewriter. Go ahead.” he said (allow)

“All right, it’s true, I was nervous.” he said (confess)

“I don’t think Liverpool will win.” he said (doubt)

“Don’t forget: you’ve got to hand in your work this evening” he said (remind)

“It’s a shame you couldn’t make it to the party last night” he said (regret)

“Don’t worry, as long as you keep your head, you’ll manage all right” he said (assure)

“You really must come, and visit us next weekend” he said (insist)

“If I had more time, I’d Giúp you with your work” he said (claim)

“Might it be a good idea if we all organized our time more effectively” he said (suggest)

He said, “I don’t know what happened.”

She said, “I went to the dentist yesterday.”

She said, “The doctor wrote me a prescription.”

He said, “I have a toothache.”

She said, “I go to the museum every day.”

They said, “We’re going to the supermarket.”

She said, “The doctor gave me some pills.”

He said, “I received the report.”

They said, “We visited the aquarium.”

He said, “I’m feeling sick.”

She said, “I bought some bread.”

He said, “I’m turning off the television.”

They said, “We’re driving to Chicago.”

He said he didn’t know what had happened.

She said that she had gone to the dentist yesterday.

She said the doctor had written her a prescription.

He said that he had a toothache.

She said she went to the museum every day.

They said they were going to the supermarket.

She said that the doctor had given her some pills.

He said he had received the report.

They said they had visited the aquarium.

He said that he was feeling sick.

She said she had bought some bread.

He said that he was turning off the television.

They said they were driving to Chicago.

He said, “I don’t know what happened.”

She said, “I went to the dentist yesterday.”

She said, “The doctor wrote me a prescription.”

He said, “I have a toothache.”

She said, “I go to the museum every day.”

They said, “We’re going to the supermarket.”

She said, “The doctor gave me some pills.”

He said, “I received the report.”

They said, “We visited the aquarium.”

He said, “I’m feeling sick.”

She said, “I bought some bread.”

He said, “I’m turning off the television.”

They said, “We’re driving to Chicago.”

He said he didn’t know what had happened.

She said that she had gone to the doctor yesterday.

He said he had a toothache.

She said she would write him a prescription.

They said they were going to the drugstore.

He said that the doctor had given him some pills.

She said that she went to the supermarket everyday.

He said he had received the envelope.

They said that they had visited Cannery Row.

She said that she felt very sick.

He said he had bought some popcorn.

They said they were flying to California.

He said he was cutting off the main valve.

“I’m tired,” Trevor said.

“Sorry. I wasn’t listening,” Hang said.

“Is this your pencil?” he asked his pupil.

“I’m going to Paris soon,” she said.

“It’s time to start revising (ôn lại) for the exam,” the teacher said.

“The film will be interesting,” I thought.

“I can’t Giúp you because I have too much to do,” she said.

“Anne has bought the tickets.” She said to me.

“It took me three hours to get here because the roads are flooded” he told me.

“I think it’s a crazy (điên dại/ ngu xuẩn) idea. It’s won’t work” she said.

The receptionist says “Breakfast is served between 7.00 and 9.00”

“Where are you going?” he asks me.

“Do you want to go out for a meal?” she asked him.

“Why are you late?” they asked their guests.

“Can I use your phone to make a local call?” she asks me.

“Which countries have you been to?” the customs officer asks me.

“Do you know where Jean is living?” he asked me.

“What color are you going to paint the living room?” she asks them.

“Where did you go last night?” his father asked him.

“Why doesn’t she talk to me any more?” I thought to myself.

“What are you going to do with your scholarship?” Hang asked Huong.

“Remember to book a table” said Ann.

“Could you please ring back in half an hour?” said the secretary.

“Get into the right lane (lối đi),” said the driving instructor.

“I should say nothing about it if I were you,” said my brother.

“Please, please don’t do anything dangerous,” his wife said.

“Why don’t you open a bank account?” Tom said.

“I can’t sell the cassette player at that price” he said.

“Could I see your driving license (bằng lái xe)?” said the policeman.

“Why don’t you go to a dentist, Mary, before your toothache gets any worse,” I said....
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