“Sorry, Tracy. I can’t come to your party,” said Mike.
Mike promised to come to Tracy’s party.
Mike refused to come to Tracy’s party.
Mike denied coming to Tracy’s party.
Mike admitted coming to Tracy’s party.
Correct Answer: GET
“Sorry, Tracy. I can’t come to your party.” Mike said.
A. Mike promised to come to Tracy’s party.
B. Mike refuses to go to Tracy’s party.
C. Mike denies going to Tracy’s party.
D. Mike admitted to going to Tracy’s party.
– promise + to V: promise to do something
– deny + V-ing: deny doing anything
– admit + V-ing: admit to do something refuse + to V: refuse to do anything
=> Choose the answer NO
When Mike told Tracy he couldn’t come to her party, she was understandably upset. After all, she had been looking forward to the event and had been counting on Mike to be there.
Tracy had spent weeks planning the party and inviting her closest friends. She had gone to great lengths to make sure it was a special event. From the decorations to the food, Tracy had put a lot of thought and effort into making sure it was a memorable occasion.
But now, Mike had told her he couldn’t make it. She was disappointed and hurt.
Mike felt terrible. He wanted to be there for Tracy, but he had made other plans and couldn’t change them. He apologized and tried to explain why he couldn’t come.
Tracy was understanding, but still sad. She knew Mike had to do what was best for him, but it didn’t make it any easier. She was disappointed that he wouldn’t be able to share in the fun.
Mike promised to make it up to her, and Tracy accepted his apology. She decided to make the best of the situation and enjoy the party with her other friends.
In the end, Mike and Tracy were able to move past the disappointment and remain close friends. They both learned that sometimes life gets in the way of our plans, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still have a good time.