English language quizzes
I'll have a glass of the ________ wine, please.
? beer ? house ? alcohol ? still
We took some __________ egg sandwiches to eat on the way.
? scrambled ? roast ? hard-boiled ? steamed
Would you like ___________________ water, Madam?
? tap or glass ? sparkling or still ? house or bottle ? mineral or vitamin
_________ fish with garlic and ginger served with fresh vegetables and potatoes
? steamed ? roast ? scrambled ? hard-boiled
The home-made sausages come with ________ potatoes and peas
? house ? mashed ? scrambled ? steamed
We'll have a _________ salad for dessert.
? potato ? green ? fruit ? sweet
Are these pies sweet or ____________ ?
? tasty ? savoury ? delicious ? salty
Champagne is a well-known _____________ white wine
? sweet ? fruit ? sparkling ? still
I don't need mineral water. Just a glass of ordinary ____ water will do.
? still ? sparkling ? tap ? house
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