Asking Strangers on a Date


Grammar — Advanced Level
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Complete each sentence choosing the correct option

  1. Person A: Are you interested in going on a date Saturday night? Person B: I’m   .

  2. Person A: I’d like to eat some Mexican food at the new restaurant on Main Street. Want to come?
    Person B: Sure! I'll meet you   .

  3. Person A: If you’re not interested in going on a date, I’ll leave you alone.
    Person B: I hope   .

  4. I'm not sure whether I should date a good-looking guy or an intelligent   .

  5. Being rejected felt awful.   was far worse than I had expected.

  6. Most girls don't go on dates with guys they don't know. I wouldn't   !


Practice your writing skills by discussing the questions below

  1. Would you date a random stranger?

  2. How would you reject someone who asked you on a date randomly?

  3. Would you lie to a person (like in scenario 2)? Why or why not?


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