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338 Multiple choice questions

  1. to have to, must
  2. you (contracted form)
  3. between Port-au-Prince and Cape Haitian
  4. André
  5. area code
  6. to go
  7. between Mexico and France
  8. used to form interrogative pronouns and adverbs
  9. Bible
  10. information
  11. to learn to write
  12. road, route, way
  13. classmate
  14. to spell
  15. to take piano lessons
  16. to spell your name for me
  17. two weeks ago
  18. radio
  19. every month
  20. city
  21. to speak Creole
  22. everyone
  23. in Haiti
  24. it's a, that's a (contracted form)
  25. question
  26. force
  27. head
  28. to meet, encounter
  29. four
  30. piano
  31. -self (in apposition to pronoun)
  32. Marie
  33. who, whom
  34. middle name
  35. on the way to Pétionville
  36. for
  37. last week
  38. group
  39. state (geographic)
  40. airport
  41. reporter
  42. bread
  43. regional
  44. to give
  45. to introduce, present
  46. no
  47. American
  48. bridge
  49. to work a lot
  50. Louis and Charles
  51. there is, there are (contracted form)
  52. me and you
  53. week
  54. central
  55. apartment number
  56. South Korean
  57. himself, herself, itself
  58. this evening, tonight
  59. to understand
  60. to listen well
  61. there is, there are
  62. cat
  63. Japan
  64. two
  65. prison
  66. Anita
  67. dialogue
  68. among
  69. child, kid
  70. journalist
  71. small island
  72. month
  73. to sign your name
  74. last year
  75. lesson four
  76. problem
  77. to record, tape (music)
  78. to practice the guitar
  79. Port-au-Prince
  80. Pétionville
  81. one
  82. the other three
  83. sister
  84. grammar
  85. guy
  86. or
  87. but, yet
  88. tsunami
  89. cell phone
  90. good afternoon, evening (from noon to midnight)
  91. every day
  92. you
  93. address
  94. not bad at all (health)
  95. to ask, ask for
  96. Jacques
  97. Korea
  98. person
  99. to click
  100. place, spot
  101. boat
  102. apartment
  103. to come
  104. hello, good morning
  105. to know
  106. woman, lady, gal, she, her
  107. everything
  108. God
  109. to be doing
  110. you (plural)
  111. much, many, a lot
  112. approximately, about
  113. earthquake
  114. February
  115. Haiti
  116. to see
  117. to register
  118. number
  119. lesson two
  120. Good-bye.
  121. election
  122. dog
  123. traffic
  124. cell phone
  125. foot
  126. guitar
  127. north
  128. to read
  129. words, speech, talk, saying
  130. always
  131. table
  132. big, large
  133. it's a, that's a
  134. to be (occurs only phrase-finally)
  135. on
  136. key
  137. juice
  138. we (contracted form)
  139. handshake
  140. drug traffic
  141. to name, be named
  142. France
  143. to speak, talk
  144. initial
  145. question (variation)
  146. well then, good (interjection)
  147. noun
  148. to check, check out
  149. new
  150. government
  151. ma'am
  152. to continue
  153. to have a blog on the internet
  154. to greet
  155. signature, autograph
  156. to practice the guitar every day
  157. point
  158. the other children
  159. to shake a person's hand
  160. tire
  161. You're welcome.
  162. to hit
  163. that, the one (demonstrative pronoun)
  164. to fill, fill up, fill in, fill out
  165. good
  166. Egypt
  167. to burn (something)
  168. yes
  169. also, too
  170. comb
  171. the Korean Peninsula
  172. to wave to (hands)
  173. to sign (name)
  174. alive, all right (health)
  175. not (negative marker)
  176. dollar
  177. bad
  178. to say your name
  179. how
  180. let's (1st person plural imperative) (contracted form)
  181. to go out
  182. to be able, can
  183. who is
  184. country (nation)
  185. he, she, it
  186. budget
  187. it's, that's (verb used as an introducer)
  188. to smile
  189. friend
  190. decision
  191. breakdown (mechanical)
  192. who, that (relative pronoun)
  193. small, little (always precedes noun)
  194. situation
  195. you have to help us
  196. defense
  197. understood, ok (interjection)
  198. a group of soldiers
  199. bank
  200. you (plural) (contracted form)
  201. I (contracted form)
  202. other, else
  203. proper noun
  204. personal information
  205. lesson
  206. to spell your name
  207. rubber
  208. a group of people
  209. Egyptian
  210. to write
  211. a, an (indefinite determiner)
  212. bench
  213. to get along, hold one's own, manage
  214. woman, lady
  215. to hug, embrace
  216. hand
  217. printer (computer)
  218. I
  219. school
  220. to be doing well, fine (health)
  221. and (conjunction)
  222. Louis
  223. drug
  224. table of contents
  225. he must go
  226. pianist
  227. he, she, it (contracted form)
  228. to practice
  229. message
  230. between
  231. today
  232. to fill out a form
  233. second (in order)
  234. English (language)
  235. to eat
  236. article (newspaper)
  237. fine, well (health)
  238. a second time
  239. power
  240. who, that (relative pronoun) (contracted form)
  241. lesson one
  242. if
  243. they (contracted form)
  244. Thank you very much.
  245. between me and her
  246. Creole
  247. North Korea
  248. to die
  249. form (application)
  250. phone number
  251. they
  252. worse
  253. this, that
  254. sir, mister
  255. himself
  256. Mexican
  257. in Creole
  258. to send two letters through the mail
  259. lady
  260. to be eating
  261. to listen, listen to
  262. telephone
  263. to learn quickly
  264. thirsty
  265. Wednesday
  266. to give me
  267. village
  268. to bow (in greetings)
  269. savior
  270. Paul
  271. my friend, man (direct address)
  272. south
  273. Give my regards to them.
  274. Paris
  275. soldier
  276. to print
  277. well
  278. See you! Bye!
  279. God willing
  280. to have
  281. sir, mister (variation)
  282. Thank you.
  283. where
  284. yes indeed, of course, certainly
  285. Mexico City
  286. let's (1st person plural imperative)
  287. and me?
  288. Charles
  289. yourself
  290. note, notes
  291. after
  292. change
  293. to be + -ing (verb marker progressive tense)
  294. to send
  295. to learn
  296. Ok, see you.
  297. cell phone
  298. greeting
  299. someone
  300. cellular
  301. personal
  302. to kiss
  303. thing
  304. state (geographic division)
  305. Cape Haitian
  306. my dear, woman (direct address)
  307. with
  308. to print your name
  309. to have (contracted form)
  310. code
  311. to be getting along (health)
  312. self (reflexive pronoun)
  313. last name, family name, surname
  314. to react
  315. Haitian
  316. model
  317. car
  318. to shake everyone's hand
  319. Sadrak
  320. these, those
  321. afternoon
  322. no one, nobody
  323. emphatic marker
  324. to manage, get along (health)
  325. word
  326. child (son, daughter)
  327. yourself
  328. name
  329. to do, make
  330. peninsula
  331. to introduce yourself
  332. cell phone number
  333. news
  334. to say
  335. last month
  336. first name
  337. we
  338. and you?