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Match the answer to the tag question


1. You're new here, aren't you?
   a) No way. I want at least twice that salary.
   b) Yes, I only started last week.
   c) Yes. I think he lives in a world of his own.
   d) Well, there's always a first time.

2. You don't remember me, do you?
   a) Well your face is certainly familiar.
   b) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   c) Yes. I think he lives in a world of his own.
   d) Well, there's always a first time.

3. We've spoken about that, haven't we?
   a) Well, there's always a first time.
   b) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   c) Yes. I think he lives in a world of his own.
   d) Not as far as I can remember.

4. The layout here has changed, hasn't it?
   a) Well, there's always a first time.
   b) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   c) Yes. I think he lives in a world of his own.
   d) Yes, we moved everything around last year.

5. I don't need to say any more, do I?
   a) No I fully understand what you mean.
   b) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   c) No way. I want at least twice that salary.
   d) Well, there's always a first time.

6. He won't object, will he?
   a) No way. I want at least twice that salary.
   b) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   c) Well he might. He's not very happy with the plan.
   d) Well, there's always a first time.

7. You're not accepting that job offer, are you?
   a) Yes. I think he lives in a world of his own.
   b) No way. I want at least twice that salary.
   c) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   d) Well, there's always a first time.

8. You don't think he could be right, do you?
   a) No I fully understand what you mean.
   b) Not as far as I can remember.
   c) Well he might. He's not very happy with the plan.
   d) Well, there's always a first time.

9. John's completely unaware how much damage he did the company, isn't he?
   a) Yes. I think he lives in a world of his own.
   b) No way. I want at least twice that salary.
   c) Well he might. He's not very happy with the plan.
   d) No I fully understand what you mean.

10. You wouldn't work for Michael again, would you?
   a) Well he might. He's not very happy with the plan.
   b) No way. I want at least twice that salary.
   c) Well he has his good points, you've got to admit.
   d) No I fully understand what you mean.


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