TEST ONE ………. GREETING
- We wish to see you reap the fruit of your virtue.
- We wish you well.
- Wish you a pleasant journey.
- Wish you all the best.
- May you have the best of both the worlds.
- My blessings are always with you.
- May you flourish.
- The best of luck.
- Bless this house.
- Give him your blessing.
TEST TWO ………. SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR
- Good morning, sir.
- Dear sir.
- I have come to pay my respect, sir.
- You have done me a great favour, sir.
- This entrance is shut, sir,
- Good afternoon madam.
- You are in strange mood, madam.
- The mad dog bit the child, madam.
- Sumaira sings beautifully, madam.
- She is unable to cock the food, madam.
[Thank you / Thanks]
- Thanks everybody./ Thanks all of you.
- Lots of thanks from Nanni.
- I really cannot thank you enough.
- I find no words to thank you.
- Thank you for the wonderful gift you sent me.
- My name is Fateh Ali. Sorry? Phutu who?
- Sorry, I took so long.
- Sorry, my parents are very liberal.
- I’m sorry. I mistook you for my teacher.
- I’m sorry. I misunderstood what you said.
- I’m full of regret for what I did.
- They much regret the mistake.
- I’ll regret it all my life.
- I regret she walked all the way round.
- I regret for shouting at your yesterday.
- Kindly increase my pocket money.
- Waseem kindly drove me to school.
- Kindly tell me what he does?
- Kindly acknowledge this letter.
- Will you kindly do as you told?
- Please bring them on line.
- Please come with me.
- Please put the tray on the table.
- Please remember I don’t like cauliflower.
- Please put a cup on these papers.
- Excuse me, sir.
- Excuse me, I don’t have much money.
- Did I stand on your foot? Excuse me.
- Excuse me, is there any restaurant near here?
- Excuse me, do you have a spare notebook?
- Allah loves those who pardon men.
- Pardon, somebody is watching you.
- Pardon him for his wrongdoing.
- Pardon. (Will you repeat again?)
- Pardon me this time.
- Allow me to speak.
- Allow me to help others.
- Allow me to fill the cup with milk.
- Allow me one more chance.
- Allow me to go out with my friend Nazi.
TEST THREE ………. MANNERS OF EXPRESSING
- Your kind visit here has given me special pleasure.
- It’s very nice of you to say so.
- Nothing delights me more than you.
- That’s big of you.
- You took a special trouble.
- I’m at your kind disposal.
- You are free to decide yourself.
- I would appreciate your advice.
- Please do come day after tomorrow.
- I’d love to come.
TEST FOUR ………. FORMS OF SHORT SPEECHES
- Stop! / Wait!
- Lovely! / Great! / Terrific!
- Snore loudly.
- Go on.
- What ails him?
- Everything went amiss.
- Come any day.
- Have a bath. / Take a bath.
- Be cut off.
- Mind the step.
TEST FIVE ………. EXCLAMATIONS
- You know what!
- You naughty boy!
- What a gorgeous dress!
- Hurry up! It’s five to six already.
- What a pity!
- Hold your jaw!
- Look out! There’s wrestler coming.
- Wait a bit!
- Ugh! Look at that huge spider.
- Hi Shabnam! How about a drink.
- Create me a clean heart, O’God!
- Give us this day our daily bread, O’God!
- Oh not! I have lost my guitar.
- Ouch! Shama badly injured in an accident.
- Ow! That injection hurt.
- Ugh! There’s a nasty smell in this room.
- What’s your name, say!
- What a piece of work is man!
- What a youthful complexion!
- What a winning smile!
TEST SIX ………. IMPERATIVE MOOD
- Ring the bell Aamir.
- Shell the peas.
- Lay the basket there.
- Stop looking out.
- Wait at the corner.
- Please tell me frankly what’s the matter?
- If you don’t like it, do the other thing please.
- Please stay over Saturday night.
- Please roll up this carpet.
- Please stand in a ring.
- Live on your wit.
- Dress for the occasion.
- Nip the evil in the bud.
- Heed the advice of your parents.
- Hear courteously and answer wisely.
- Make an effort.
- Make this dream a reality.
- Show great courage.
- You got a good mark for effort.
- You can look to me for support any time.
- Do we begin? / Should we begin?
- Give it a tray.
- May I leave?
- May I join you? / May I also come along?
- Why not come by tomorrow?
- But me no buts.
- Don’t draw him into conversation.
- Don’t wander so much.
- Keep off the grass.
- Take no notice.
TEST SEVEN ………. CONTRACTIONS
- He will come soon.
- You must be late for school.
- I am sure you are right.
- They have just finished.
- What has he done?
- What is the matter?
- She might not agree with you?
- Who would like to come here?
- There will be buns for tea today.
- Who has been sitting in my car?
- its – it’s
- who’s – whose
TEST EIGHT ………. QUESTION TAGS
- aren’t you?
- wasn’t there?
- haven’t they?
- don’t they?
- can’t she?
- does she?
- does she?
- do I?
- did she?
- will you?
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