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My phone is broken. I need to buy a new one.

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A: I can’t find my jeans!

B: The black ones or the blue ones?

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( ones jeans .)

One should always respect other people’s privacy.

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The ones who forgive find peace within.

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A: Do you work on weekends?

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Do you see those girls? Jessica is the one on the left.

(= Jessica is the girl on the left.)

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A: Would you like a cup of coffee?

B: Yes, I’d like one.

(= Yes. I’d like a cup of coffee.)

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I forgot to bring a pen. Can you lend me one?

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A: I like those shoes.

B: Which ones? the brown ones or the red ones?

(= Which shoes? The brown shoes or the red shoes?)

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Which cake would you like to have? This one or that one?

Which exercise do you want to do first, this one or that one?

I’m not sure which headphones to buy, these ones or those ones.

Which sunglasses suit me better, these ones or those ones?

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A: Are you talking about your old job?

B: No, I’m talking about the new one.

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(the new job = the new one)

I went to the library yesterday. The one near your house.

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(the one = the library)

A: Which trousers are yours?

B: The ones with the red pockets.

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(the new ones= the new trousers)

Which button should I press? the left one or the right one?

(the left one= the left button, the right one= the right button)

Writing . Reading . Writing Reading .

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This glass is dirty. could you please give me a clean one?

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This book is too boring for me. I need an interesting one.

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Which dress do you prefer? the red one or the blue one?

These tomatoes have gone bad. Let’s buy some fresh ones.

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I don’t like this song. Play another one.

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There are too many options. I don’t know which one to choose.

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(which one = which option)

There are many diamonds in the box. Which ones are real?

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(which ones = which diamonds)

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Megan has blonde hair, and Michelle has red hair. ()

Megan has blond hair, and Michelle has red one. ()

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Do you prefer white sugar or brown sugar? ()

Do you prefer white sugar or brown one? ()

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I asked for bread, but they did not have any.

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If you need money, I can lend you some.

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Apple juice is expensive, but orange is cheap.

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The car broke down. I need to show it to a mechanic.

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The car broke down. I need to show one to a mechanic.

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My daughters are late. I should call them.

(them= my daughters)

My daughters are late. I should call ones.

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This dress is very pretty. I’ll wear it at the party.

(it = this dress)

This dress is very pretty. I’ll wear one at the party.

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One should not use mobile phones while driving.

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Victory is for ones who never give up.

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One never knows what happens tommorrow.

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There’s only one piece of pizza left.

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Jack is the one person in the whole world that I can trust.

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I think I saw her one night at the supermarket last week.

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One day, I will achieve my goals.

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The children got on the bus, one by one.

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There are four clothes on the couch, which ones are clean?

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One’s clothes should be always clean at a job interview.

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Ones health is much more important than one’s wealth.

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Friends Stick Together

Maya loved collecting stickers! She had a box filled with colorful ones animals, flowers, everything! She held up a shiny gold star in her hand. “This one is my favorite,” she told her friend, Ben.

Ben looked at the box. “Wow, there are so many cool ones!” He pointed to a tiny football player sticker. “Can I have one like that?”

Maya smiled. “Sure, here’s one.” She carefully peeled it off and gave it to Ben.

Ben put it in his book. “Thanks! Now we both have the same one!”

Suddenly, the wind blew, scattering Maya’s stickers! “Oh no!” she cried. Ben helped her pick them up, laughing. “Don’t worry,” he said. “We’ll find them one by one.”

Together, they gathered the colorful stickers. Although Maya couldn’t find all of them, with Ben’s help, she found her favorite ones and shared them with him to thank him.

Maya learned that true friends are the ones who stand by you when you get scared, and one should share good things with friends!

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This article doesn’t seem informative, let’s fine ____.

2. The red shirt goes well with my white suit and ____ doesn’t.

3. This lesson isn’t very important but you should pay attention to ____.

4. A: Are these her shoes? B: No, ___ are hers.

5. I don’t drink orange juice. Do you have ____?

6. Patrick’s advice is always helpful, but Andy’s ___ is useless.

7. A: Would you like a banana? B: Thank you, but I’ve just had ___.

8. I prefer local vegetables instead of ____.

9. A: This suitcase it too small. B: No problem, I’ve got ___.

10. A: Would you like to see this diamond ring? B: Yes, I’d love to see ___.

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Sure. Which ones do you want to take?/ He’s the one in the pink shirt./ She’s the one talking to Erik./ Of course, take the blue ones.

Conversation:

A: Hey there! I’m throwing a birthday party this weekend. I’d be happy if you came too. Erik and Sally are coming too.

B: Hi! Sure, thanks for inviting me. But who’s Erik?

A: Well, thanks for coming. Oh, Erik is over there. _____.

B: He has a nice shirt! And who’s Sally? Is she around?

A: Yeah! ____. Did you see her?

B: Yeah. Now I know Erik and Sally! By the way, I don’t have time for shopping, can I borrow your shoes for the party?

A: Why not. Here’s a picture of my shoes. _____?

B: mmm, let me think. The blue shoes with pink heels seem nice. Can I take it?

A: ____.

B: That’s so nice of you. See you at the party! By the way, happy birthday!

Answer:

A: Hey there! I’m throwing a birthday party this weekend. I’d be happy if you came too. Erik and Sally are coming too.

B: Hi! Sure, thanks for inviting me. But who’s Erik?

A: Well, thanks for coming. Oh, Erik is over there. He’s the one in the pink shirt.

B: He has a nice shirt! And who’s Sally? Is she around?

A: Yeah! She’s the one talking to Erik. Did you see her?

B: Yeah. Now I know Erik and Sally! By the way, I don’t have time for shopping, can I borrow your shoes for the party?

A: Why not. Here’s a picture of my shoes. Sure. Which ones do you want to take?

B: mmm, let me think. The blue shoes with pink heels seem nice. Can I take it?

A: Of course, take the blue ones.

B: That’s so nice of you. See you at the party! By the way, happy birthday!

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Q1: Have you got a car? Yes, I’ve got a red_____. (one/ones)

Answer: Have you got a car? Yes, I’ve got a red one.

Q2: A: Which shoes are nice? B: The black _____. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Which shoes are nice? B: The black ones.

Q3: Can you lend me a pencil? I’m sorry I haven’t got _____. (one/ones)

Answer: Can you lend me a pencil? I’m sorry I haven’t got one.

Q4: I bought some green peppers and some red ____. (one/ones)

Answer: I bought some green peppers and some red ones.

Q5: This napkin is dirty. Ask for a new _____. (one/ones)

Answer: This napkin is dirty. Ask for a new one.

Q6: We have got only one car, but our neighbor has four_____. (one/ones)

Answer: We have got only one car, but our neighbor has four ones.

Q7: Which hotel did you stay? At the _____ near the gas station. (one/ones)

Answer: Which hotel did you stay? At the one near the gas station.

Q8: A: Which Jacket is less expensive? B: The green _____ over there. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Which Jacket is less expensive? B: The green ones over there.

Q9: Mike’s friends are cooler than Jane’s _____. (one/ones)

Answer: Mike’s friends are cooler than Jane’s ones.

Q10: A: Which girl do you know? B: The _____ with the long blond hair. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Which girl do you know? B: The one with the long blond hair.

Q11: Which pictures do you like best? The _____ on the right corner. (one/ones)

Answer: Which pictures do you like best? The ones on the right corner. (one/ones)

Q12: Do you prefer black tea or green _____? (one/ones)

Answer: Do you prefer black tea or green one?

Q13: Yesterday, I had a weird dream. Did you have _____ too? (one/ones)

Answer: Yesterday, I had a weird dream. Did you have one too?

Q14: I can’t find my eraser. Can you borrow me _____? (one/ones)

Answer: I can’t find my eraser. Can you borrow me one?

Q15: A: Do you have a pet? B: Yes, I have three _____. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Do you have a pet? B: Yes, I have three ones.

Q16: Which umbrella is yours? The red _____ or the black _____? (one/ones)

Answer: Which umbrella is yours? The red one or the black one? (one/ones)

Q17: A: Would you like an apple? B: Yes, please give me _____. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Would you like an apple? B: Yes, please give me one.

Q18: A: Excuse me, where is the bathroom? B: There is _____ on the left. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Excuse me, where is the bathroom? B: There is one on the left. (one/ones)

Q19: A: Do you collect stickers? B: Yes, I have twenty-eight _____. (one/ones)

Answer: A: Do you collect stickers? B: Yes, I have twenty-eight ones.

Q20: It’s raining. I need an umbrella. Have you got _____? (one/ones)

Answer: It’s raining. I need an umbrella. Have you got one?

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Examples:

Jack has three cars- a blue one and two red ones.

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If you buy two cups of coffee, you’ll get a third one free.

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one ones – one ones .

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ones one’s – ones one’s .

Examples:

There are many shoes here. Which ones do you like the most?

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One’s shoes need to be comfortable for walking.

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