AHe is attending his sick mother at home.
BHe is on a European tour with his mother.
CHe is at home on sick leave.
DHe is in Europe to see his mother.
ATo make the woman angry.
BTo please the man’s mother.
CDavid is the man’s good friend.
DDavid is good at carrying on conversations.
AChildren don't get enough education in safety.
BThe playgrounds are in poor condition.
CThe playgrounds are overcrowded.
DChildren are keen on dangerous games.
AHe wants to pay.
BHe doesn’t want to eat out.
CHe wants to eat somewhere else.
DHe doesn’t like Japanese food.
AHe must meet his teacher.
BHe must attend a class.
CHe must go out with his girlfriend.
DHe must stay at school to finish his homework.
AThey were willing to spend more money on clothes.
BThey paid more attention to their appearance.
CThey were more aware of changes in fashion.
DThey were nicer and gentler.
AA side pocket of his jacket.
BThe top pocket of his jacket.
CA side pocket of his trousers.
DThe back pocket of his tight trousers.
AAn old lady carrying a handbag on the left.
BA mother with a baby in her arms.
CA woman whose bag is hanging in front.
DA lone female with a handbag at her right side.
AThe importance of good manners.
BThe art of saying thank you.
CThe secret of staying pretty.
DThe difference between elegance and good manners.
AThey can be creative when they feel secure.
BThey may panic in front of high playground equipment.
CThey should be aware of the potential risks in the playground.
DThey tend to stay within shouting or running distance of their parents.
ABy putting on a little make-up.
BBy decorating our homes.
CBy being kind and generous.
DBy wearing fashionable clothes.
ALook for the key.
BRepair the car.
CFix a shelf.
DPaint a shelf.
AFind a larger room.
BSell the old table.
CBuy two bookshelves.
DRearrange some furniture.
AIt's admired worldwide.
BIt takes skill.
CIt pays well.
DIt's a full-time job.
ALibrarian and student.
BOperator and caller.
CBoss and secretary.
DCustomer and repairman.
AThey should help maintain the equipment.
BThey should teach their children how to use the equipment.
CThey should stop their children from climbing ladders.
DThey should keep a watchful eye on their children.
AClothing stores where people are relaxed and off guard.
BHotels and restaurants in southeast London.
CAirports where people carry a lot of luggage.
DTheater lobbies with uniformed security guards.
AThey don’t know how to get to Mike’s home.
BThey are discussing when to meet again.
CThey went to the same party some time ago.
DThey will go to Mike’s birthday party.
AHe didn’t work as hard as he was supposed to.
BHe didn’t pass the physics exam.
CHe did better in an earlier exam.
DHe found something wrong with the exam.