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English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #132 "Conversations and Comprehension (3)", question 1

Man: I don't feel well tonight. I have an upset stomach.
Woman: Maybe it was the food at the restaurant. It didn't taste right.
Narrator: What does the man mean? .........

(a) He believes that his stomach is angry.
(b) He has a stomach ache.
(c) He is still hungry.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #132 "Conversations and Comprehension (3)", answer 1

Man: I don't feel well tonight. I have an upset stomach.
Woman: Maybe it was the food at the restaurant. It didn't taste right.
Narrator: What does the man mean? He has a stomach ache.

Correct answer: (b) He has a stomach ache.
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