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I ________ on the telephone yesterday when Thomas went home, so I don't know what time he left.

(A) talked

(B) talk

(C) have talked

(D) was talking

I don't like driving on that highway. It's ________ road in town.

(A) the busiest

(B) so busy

(C) busier than

(D) too busy

That telephone answering machine is ________ , so I can't buy it.

(A) too expensively

(B) expensive enough

(C) so expensively

(D) too expensive

Our products are made of the most reliable material. _____ buy them.

(A) You can to

(B) You should

(C) You will

(D) You have

What is wrong in this sentence?

I write this report right now, so it

A B

is not ready.

C D

(A) write

(B) this

(C) is

(D) ready
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Comments  (Page 2) 
No.

'busiest' is fine, and does not mean the same as 'too busy'.
Consider these examples.

Tom is the busiest worker in the office, The boss is going to give him a pay raise.
'busiest' does not suggest a problem.

Mary makes a lot of mistakes because she is too busy.
'too busy' suggests a problem.

Clive
surbandaruThere is no "busiest" in the dictionary.
Dictionaries do not list all the forms which are possible for nouns, verbs, and adjectives.

Because of this you won't find "dictionaries", or "helped", or "bigger" in the dictionary either.

CJ
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I was talking on the telephone yesterday when Thomas went home, so I don't know what time he left.

1 A)was talking

2 A)the busiest

3 D)too expensive

4 B) you should

A)write

anonymousI ________ on the telephone yesterday when Thomas went home, so I don't know what time he left.
(A) talked
(B) talk
(C) have talked
(D) was talking
I don't like driving on that highway. It's ________ road in town.
(A) the busiest
(B) so busy
(C) busier than
(D) too busy
That telephone answering machine is ________ , so I can't buy it.
(A) too expensively
(B) expensive enough
(C) so expensively
(D) too expensive
Our products are made of the most reliable material. _____ buy them.
(A) You can to
(B) You should
(C) You will
(D) You have
What is wrong in this sentence?
I write this report right now, so it
A B
is not ready.
C D
(A) write
(B) this
(C) is
(D) ready
anonymoustalking
anonymouswas talking
anonymoustoo busy
anonymous too expensively
anonymous You will
anonymous this
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anonymous(D) was talking

was it correct answer?