POLITE ENGLISH – FINAL TEST

    POLITE ENGLISH

    Zapraszamy do podsumowania i kontroli kompetencji w zakresie Polite English. Poniższy test sprawdza stopień opanowania materiału zawartego w 9 lekcjach opublikowanych na naszej stronie. Wyniki testu zostaną Państwu udostępnione indywidualnie na wskazany poniżej adres mailowy. Każda osoba, która uzyska pozytywny wynik (ponad 60% poprawnych odpowiedzi) otrzyma certyfikat potwierdzający ukończenie kursu.




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    THIS IS A MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST.

    READ THE QUESTIONS AND CIRCLE THE CORRECT ANSWER.

    ONLY ONE ANSWER IS CORRECT.

    1.

    What do the British people mean when saying: 'you must come for dinner':

    2.

    What does the word “fellow” mean:

    3.

    What does “hollow” mean:

    4.

    Which sentence is correct?

    5.

    Which sentence is correct?

    6.

    Which phrase would you use to give someone advice in a polite way:

    7.

    Which sentence is correct?

    8.

    Which spelling is the British spelling?

    9.

    Which sentence is correct?

    10.

    Finish the sentence: I apologize ….. .:

    11.

    Which is not an aim of a performance appraisal:

    12.

    Which sentence is correct?

    13.

    Which word is missing: “I agree with you to a …. , but … . “

    14.

    Which sentence is not a tip for polite and diplomatic language?

    15.

    Who said this: “Most men would rather deny a hard truth than face it.”

    16.

    Which is not the definition of “to deny”:

    17.

    Which sentence is correct.

    18.

    Which sentence expresses a nice “no” to an invitation:

    19.

    Which word does not match the sentence: …. ,I’d be able to, but right now I have to….

    20.

    Which sentence is correct?

    21.

    Which word is missing: "Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a …………………………….. and not giving it."

    22.

    What does “gratitude” mean?

    23.

    Which prepositions go with the phrase: to be grateful ____ someone ____ something.

    24.

    Which word is missing: I am very ___________ that you are considering my problem.

    25.

    Which phrase is very popular for expressing gratitude?

    26.

    Which is not a phrase for expressing gratitude:

    27.

    What does it mean to parry a question?

    28.

    Which sentence you shouldn’t use when answering a difficult question?

    29.

    Which expression can you use to soften an obligation?

    30.

    Finish the saying: Praise in public, criticize in ….. .