If a friend was staying at your house and said, 'Do you mind if I crash out now?' They would want...
- to go home.
- to have something to eat.
- to go to sleep.
'There are only three blokes in my office' means...
- there are only three desks.
- there are only three men.
- there are only three women.
If someone was described to you as a 'couch potato', they would...
- like eating potatoes.
- be unfit and lazy.
- like going to parties.
If you got a 'Dear John letter' from your girlfriend, she would...
- want to get married.
- want to get engaged.
- have left you.
If somone asked you if you had a 'fag', they would...
- fancy you.
- want to fight you.
- be asking for a cigarette.
If you asked a friend how s/he was, and the reply was 'totally gutted' they would be...
- extremely unhappy.
- extrememly tired.
- extremely happy.
If a colleague told you the photocopier was 'on the blink', it would mean that
- it had a special blink function.
- it had just been repaired.
- it was about to break down.
If a native speaker friend said it was 'a bit parky' , they would mean it was...
If you heard someone being described as posh, they would be...
- upper class.
If someone was described as 'thick', they would be...
If you asked for the bill in a restaurant and a friend asked, 'What's the damage? they would mean...
- They were offering to pay.
- They wanted to know how much it was.
- They wanted to complain about the bill.
If a friend said, I'm completely 'zonked', they would be...
If your boss told you to stop 'whinging' and get on with it, he would want you to...
- stop wasting time.
- stop complaining.
- stop asking questions.
If a colleague told you that the staff in your office were 'having a whip round' for another colleague who was retiring, they would be...
- having a party.
- going hiking with the colleague who was leaving.
- collecting money for the colleague who was leaving.
If a friend told you to 'chill', he would mean
- wake up!
- go away!