YDS Diyalog Tamamlama Testleri 7
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Dealer: Now, Sir, this is just the car for you. It has only had one owner, and she was an old lady who only used it to drive to church on Sundays.
Dealer: Perhaps because of these minor defects I can make you a special offer.
Jerry: No thanks. I think I can find one better-cared for.
It doesn't look in very good shape. There are dents in the doors, and it's all rusty
It certainly looks good. Can I take it for a test drive?
Okay, I'll take it. But only if you give me a good trade-in on my old car.
Yes it looks like new. But it doesn't even start.
I'm interested, but for a car of its age, it is a little expensive. Do you think you could reduce the price?
Nancy: I don't understand what this painting is supposed to represent.
Nancy: What? I can't see that at all.
Thomas: Well, that's what it says in the catalogue.
Can you imagine it in our living room hanging over the fireplace?
Well, it is one of those modern paintings without a specific figure.
I painted it myself in my free time, and didn't actually intend to make it look like something
I also think it's an awful painting. The colours are too bright
Well, apparently, it's a painting of a mother and her child.
Jeremy: Hello Phil. How are your wife and children?
Jeremy: Oh, it's like an epidemic these days. If there's anything we can do to help, just let us know.
They've all been down with the flu, so it's been really difficult to cope
My wife went to visit her parents last week and took the kids with her.
My wife's brother died last week, so she's gone home for the funeral.
They're fine, but my wife's new job keeps her so busy that I have to do most of the housework.
My son has just been expelled from school, but my daughter's at the top of her class.
Kevin: Hi Mick. If you need work, we've got a roofing job coining up next week.
Mick: In the middle of winter? Are you crazy?
Mick: Okay then. I'll accept it. When shall I start?
In fact, it is a silly time. I think I'll refuse the job.
Yes, you may be right as it's been below freezing this week.
Work is scarce right now. Take it or leave it.
Well, then I'll call you when I've heard from the owner next week.
I'll take that as a refusal? Am I right?
Lilly: What a fantastic dress!
Sophie: Thanks. My brother is a fashion designer, and this is an exclusive.
There may be plenty of others like it, but it still looks good on you.
I don't care what you say, I still think it's nice.
It's a shame there aren't any more like it. I'd love to have one
Maybe so, but I still say it looks like some kind of peculiar fantasy
Do you know where I can get one just like it?
Ryan: Don't forget to pack plenty of warm clothes for the evenings.
Ryan: Don't you remember what happened last time? We almost froze.
Kelly: Okay, just don't moan about how heavy the bags are.
How do you know it's going to be cold? We've never been there before
But I don't think it will be cold there at this time of year
Oh, shall I pack your green cardigan, then? I know it's your favourite
There is enough in here to keep a small army warm.
Why don't you stop ordering me around and help?
Sheila:I've got next week off, and I don't know what to do.
Patricia: The weather is so nice this time of year. Why don't you go to the seaside?
Patricia: Don't be silly. Just go. I'm sure you can find somewhere to stay.
But it is so far. We'd have to spend half the week driving back and forth
l don't know, I'm not that fond of camping isolated from people
The last time we went to the seaside, we camped out and had a lovely time.
Oh, I can't swim, and James just gets bored lying in the sun.
We've thought of that, but it might be crowded, and we haven't made any reservations.
Peter: We'll never get this work finished unless we hurry.
Paul: And if we don't finish, the boss will go mad.
Paul: Yes, we shouldn't miss a minute.
I think it's time we had a cup of tea, then.
Let's go home and worry about it tomorrow.
Well, is there a good mental hospital in town if he goes mad?
Then we'd better stop talking and start working.
Why don't we move on to something else that is more important?
Susie: Why don't we go and visit Grandma this weekend?
Fred: Don't you remember? She was going to Paris this weekend.
Fred: She's been that way ever since I can remember — always full of energy.
She has such a boring life, we should go and cheer her up.
It's a good thing she has the Social Services l o take care of her.
Oh, she must be on her way there then, if she took the 9.30 Hovercraft.
She is certainly active for a woman of her age.
We never seem to do anything like that.
Andy: Oh no! I've burned the dinner and our guests will be here in half an hour.
Andy: Of course. I’ll do whatever I can.
Anne: Okay. Just don't go near the cooker again, and do only what I tell you.
I've got a book of quick recipes. I'll try to put something together if you help me
This calls for a rescue operation. Have you seen my cook book?
I'll run out to the shops while you try to rescue as much as you can.
I knew this would happen if 1 trusted you to do the cooking.
Well, you'd better do something, or it will be really embarrassing.
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