John said, ” My friend may come tonight.”
A. John said that his friend might come tonight.
B. John said that his friend might come that night.
C. John said that his friend might go that night.
D. John said that his friend might go tonight.
PronounComplement x ComplimentHave Been to vs. Have Gone to
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Receptionist: Good afternoon. May I help you, Sir?
Guest : ………..
Receptionist: Let me check first. You’re lucky, Sir. There is still one available
Guets : Okay, I’ll take it
A double table for tonight, please
B. Let us order some food for dinner
C. The manager has booked a room for us
D. I’d like to reserve a room
E. I’d like to reserve a table please
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