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What does the expression “out to lunch” mean when the person described is not literally having lunch?

a. The person is eating.
b. The person likes lunch and eats all day long.
c. The person is uneducated.
d. The person is not concentrating or focusing and seems weird.
e. The person has a great sense of humor.

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Next quiz: Reported Speech

The teacher said, “You must study hard for the test on reported speech.”

A. The teacher said that we must study hard for the test on reported speech.
B. The teacher said that we had to study hard for the test on reported speech.
C. The teacher said that we could study hard for the test on reported speech.
D. The teacher said that we are going study hard for the test on reported speech.


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