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Thrown out of the firm #1 (permalink) Sun Dec 19, 2004 4:23 am   Thrown out of the firm
 

Test No. incompl/inter-41 "Good Bye", question 10

Right. What's this? Oh no, you're ......... me out of the firm.

(a) leaving
(b) throwing
(c) paying
(d) shutting

Test No. incompl/inter-41 "Good Bye", answer 10

Right. What's this? Oh no, you're throwing me out of the firm.

Correct answer: (b) throwing

Your answer was: correct
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throw me out the firm?
I never herd of it,please What is it?
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Thrown out of the firm #2 (permalink) Sun Dec 19, 2004 10:53 am   Thrown out of the firm
 

If somebody gets thrown out of the firm, they lose their job, they get fired.

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