My mother is delighted about my success.
Jack: Your mother must be delighted about your success, isn't she?
Lisa: Yes, my mother is delighted about my success.
Bob is content with his wife.
Jane: Is Bob contented with his wife?
John: Yes, Bob is contented with his wife.
Black is very satisfied with his salary.
Rose: What is Black satisfied with?
Robert: Black is satisfied with his salary.
White is worried about his health.
Jane: What is White worried about?
James: White is worried about his health.
Green was disappointed at the news.
Bill: Who is disappointed at the news?
Helen: Green is disappointed at the news.
Rose is annoyed at his question.
Jenny: Is Rose annoyed at this question?
Tony: Yes, she is.
I'm afraid of tigers most.
Tom: What are you afraid of most?
Jane: I'm afraid of tigers most.
Most girls are sacred of mice.
Jane: What are most girls sacred of?
Lee: Most girls are sacred of mice.
He had been fed up with the job.
Tom: What is he fed up with?
Sue: He is fed up with his job.
John is nervous about the exam.
Jane: John isn't nervous about his exam, is he?
Black: Yes, John is nervous about his exam.
She was very happy to hear from her boyfriend.
Jane: What was she happy for?
Sam: She was very happy to hear from her boyfriend.
Frank said he was grateful for your help.
Jane: What did Frank say?
Jeff: Frank said he was grateful for your help.
It's a great pity Lily cannot go to the party.
Linda: What's a great pity?
John: It's a great pity lily cannot come to the party.
His father was hard to believe he made such a mistake.
Jane: Was his father very hard to believe he made such a mistake?
Jack: Yes. His father was very hard to believe he made such a mistake.
Mother said I should have finished my homework before I went to the cinema.
Tom: What did your mother say?
Helen: My mother said I should have finished my homework before I go to the cinema.
Tom: You look very sad. What's going on?
Jane: I broke a expensive vase.
Tom: Oh, dear! Sorry to hear that.
Jane: Mom is very angry with me.
Tom: Don't worry. Everything will be all right.
Jane: I hope so.
Robert: Lovely weather, isn't it?
Lisa: Yes, It is.
Robert: I heard that you got a raise once again.
Lisa: Yeah, that's true. I just could not believe it.It's so…
Lisa: Thank you. You are so nice.
Jim: Hi! Jane, where are you rushing to?
Jane: I'll be late.
Jim: Late? Hey, what's the matter?
Jane: The campus football final is almost on. Just on the playground.
Jim: Really? But the teacher asked me to see her just now.
Jane: Poor guy!Then see you around.
Jim: Too bad I cannot go to watch the game!
Jenny: Good afternoon.
Jack: Good afternoon.
Jenny: I am going to a glasses exhibition.
Jack: Where is the show?
Jenny: Not very far. Just in the exhibition hall.Would you like to go with me?
Jack: Good idea! I'd like to.
Tom: Why haven't you come to school for two days?
Rose: My mom was ill.
Tom: I am extremely sorry to hear that.
Rose: That's ok.
Tom: Does your mother feel better now? I hope she does.
Rose: Yes, she's much better now. Thank you for your consideration.
Jane: Excuse me, are you Mr. Tony?
Tony: Yes, I am.
Jane: Very nice to meet you. I am Jane, from the Youth Travel Agency.
Tony: Nice to meet you, too.
Jane: I'll be your interpreter in China.
Tony: Oh, yeah. That's great!
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