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Using apologize + "about" or "for" | Realize vs. reckon
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I hope you haven't because #1 (permalink) Thu Jan 29, 2004 16:54 pm   I hope you haven't because
 

Test No. incompl/inter-24 "What now?", question 2

I hope you haven't because I'm about to ......... it to you now.

(a) restore
(b) repeat
(c) relate
(d) regain

Test No. incompl/inter-24 "What now?", answer 2

I hope you haven't because I'm about to relate it to you now.

Correct answer: (c) relate

Hello everybody, I cannot get it. I hope you *haven't* because I am ..........
What is it?
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I hope you haven't heard it yet... #2 (permalink) Thu Jan 29, 2004 17:01 pm   I hope you haven't heard it yet...
 

Hi Terminator,

Many of Alan's tests are stories where all sentences are related to each other. If you go back to the first sentence (marked as 'question 1') you will find the answer to your question yourself

Test No. incompl/inter-24 "What now?", question 1

Did you hear the story about the woman who said she could tell the .........?

(a) coming
(b) future
(c) going
(d) next

Test No. incompl/inter-24 "What now?", answer 1

Did you hear the story about the woman who said she could tell the future?

Correct answer: (b) future

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I hope you haven't heard it yet... #3 (permalink) Thu Jan 29, 2004 17:10 pm   I hope you haven't heard it yet...
 

Torsten, you are right. I didn't know that we could use you haven't without heard in this case.
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relate #4 (permalink) Tue Jul 06, 2010 13:12 pm   relate
 

Why we don't use another word, for exampe :" tell" why relate..
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relate #5 (permalink) Tue Jul 06, 2010 13:22 pm   relate
 

Why we don't use another word, for exampe :" tell" why relate..
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I hope you haven't because #6 (permalink) Mon Jul 02, 2012 4:38 am   I hope you haven't because
 

well hanan
I found this in Cambridge dictionary
Relate =to tell a story or describe a series of events

For example, she related the events of the previous week to the police.
He relates how at the age of 23 he was interned in a prison camp.
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