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They won't go again



 
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They won't go again #1 (permalink) Sun Aug 28, 2005 2:11 am   They won't go again
 

Test No. express/inter-12 "No good", question 1

They're not getting away with it! They must pay for what they have done.

(a) They won't come back
(b) They won't succeed
(c) They won't do it again
(d) They won't go again

Test No. express/inter-12 "No good", answer 1

They won't succeed! They must pay for what they have done.

Correct answer: (b) They won't succeed
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Not getting away with it #2 (permalink) Sun Aug 28, 2005 19:49 pm   Not getting away with it
 

Hi,

This expression means that they will be stopped in what they are doing. Someone will show that they have done something wrong.
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