Listening Quiz 10 + Conversational Phrases (greeting or farewell/response)

This online quiz tests listening comprehension with conversational phrases. (Teachers can also print it on paper for use in class.)

Instructions: Listen to the statement of greeting or farewell (person A), then select the response (person B) that best matches.

Your teacher will play an audio for each item 1-10.
Listen, and mark the best choice a), b) or c).

1.
Great thanks. And me?
Great thanks. And her?
Great thanks. And you?
a) Great thanks. And me? b) Great thanks. And her? c) Great thanks. And you?
2.
Not so much thanks
Not just now thanks
Not too bad thanks
a) Not so much thanks b) Not just now thanks c) Not too bad thanks
3.
Good to see you Jeremy
Pleased to meet you Jeremy
Sorry to hear that Jeremy
a) Good to see you Jeremy b) Pleased to meet you Jeremy c) Sorry to hear that Jeremy
4.
Hi Harry. It's Adele
Hi there it's Harry
You're welcome Harry
a) Hi Harry. It's Adele b) Hi there it's Harry c) You're welcome Harry
5.
Fine thanks
Yes thanks
No thanks
a) Fine thanks b) Yes thanks c) No thanks
6.
How does it do, Mr Smith?
How do you do, Mr Smith?
Who do you do, Mr Smith?
a) How does it do, Mr Smith? b) How do you do, Mr Smith? c) Who do you do, Mr Smith?
7.
Stevie! Long see no time!
Stevie! Long no time see!
Stevie! Long time no see!
a) Stevie! Long see no time! b) Stevie! Long no time see! c) Stevie! Long time no see!
8.
OK. See you later
OK. See you sooner
OK. See you going
a) OK. See you later b) OK. See you sooner c) OK. See you going
9.
Sure. Go easy now Kim.
Sure. Take it easy Kim.
Sure. Easy does it Kim.
a) Sure. Go easy now Kim. b) Sure. Take it easy Kim. c) Sure. Easy does it Kim.
10.
Seeing you, love.
Be seeing you, love.
Better be seeing you, love.
a) Seeing you, love. b) Be seeing you, love. c) Better be seeing you, love.

Your score is:

Correct answers:

Show/Hide recorded statement of greeting or farewell
  1. Hi Sayoko. How's it going?
  2. Hi Bradley. How you doing?
  3. Hi. I'm Jeremy.
  4. I don't think we've met. It's Harry.
  5. Hi Serena. How are you?
  6. Dr Payne. May I introduce Mr Smith?
  7. Oh my God! Melanie? Is that you?
  8. Bye Robert. We're heading home now.
  9. Got an early start you guys, so I'd better be off.
  10. Bye, Mum. See you soon.
Contributor: Matt Errey. Matt is the author of several books including 1000 Phrasal Verbs in Context and Common English Idioms for learners, and Matt's ESL Games and Quizzes for teachers. He is also creator of WORD UP, the world's #1 EFL board game.