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It goes without saying #1 (permalink) Wed Jan 12, 2005 9:08 am   It goes without saying
 

Test No. incompl/inter-80 "Company Decisions", question 7

It goes without ......... that there are more goals that can be achieved with your business than simply generating revenue.

(a) talking
(b) saying
(c) asking
(d) arguing

Test No. incompl/inter-80 "Company Decisions", answer 7

It goes without saying that there are more goals that can be achieved with your business than simply generating revenue.

Correct answer: (b) saying

Your answer was: correct
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can you put it into other words please?
it goes without saying?

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It goes without saying #2 (permalink) Wed Jan 12, 2005 10:02 am   It goes without saying
 

It goes without saying is an expression indicating that something is obvious. Needless to say is a similar phrase.

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