1. In what situation would we use the following exclamation?
a) When we don’t know the answer to a question.
b) When we think we know the answer to a question.
c) When we are inviting someone to answer a question.
d) When we want to give some news.
2. A: I met Jonny Depp at a party last night!
B: __________ You don’t expect me to believe that, do you?
a) Come here!
b) Come off it!
c) Come true!
d) Calm down!
3. Which of these is an exclamation of surprise in British English?
4. In what situation would we use the following exclamation?
“Are you having a laugh?”
a) To show approval of joke that someone has made.
b) To congratulate someone.
c) To prove that the person speaking has a good sense of humour.
d) To suggest that the person speaking is talking nonsense or mocking you.
5. Which exclamation indicates that the speaker has got a new problem on top of many others?
a) That’s all for now!
b) That’s all I need!
c) That’s the way the cookie crumbles!
d) That’s just great!
6. What emotion does the following exclamation suggest?
“Thank goodness for that!”
1) d, 2) b, 3) a, 4) d, 5) b, 6) d.