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That car just cut me off? #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 07, 2010 13:11 pm   That car just cut me off?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #253 "Dialogue Comprehension (2)", question 1

That car just cut me off. .........

(a) What a wonderful day!
(b) You should sew it back together.
(c) What a jerk!
(d) Yes, that is a deep cut.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #253 "Dialogue Comprehension (2)", answer 1

That car just cut me off. What a jerk!

Correct answer: (c) What a jerk!
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That car just cut me off? #2 (permalink) Mon Jun 07, 2010 13:48 pm   That car just cut me off?
 

No way, Jose =)
You need to express your indignation at the insolence of the driver who cut you off in traffic (that is he suddenly appeared in front of you, and you almost rearended him).

What a jerk/moron/knucklehead/dimwit/twerp/meathead !
these are all possible.

(b) makes no sence whatsoever, as do the rest of the answers, other than (what a jerk).
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