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Meaning of "That sounds great/good"



 
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Meaning of "That sounds great/good" #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 10, 2010 14:03 pm   Meaning of "That sounds great/good"
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #149 "Question/Response Test (2)", question 5

Do you want to go shopping with me tomorrow? .........

(a) Yes, that sound is terrible.
(b) Sure, that sounds great.
(c) I can't take it anymore.

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #149 "Question/Response Test (2)", answer 5

Do you want to go shopping with me tomorrow? Sure, that sounds great.

Correct answer: (b) Sure, that sounds great.

Your answer was: incorrect
Do you want to go shopping with me tomorrow? I can't take it anymore.
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i cant understand what meaning for sounds great

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Meaning of "That sounds great/good" #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 10, 2010 17:13 pm   Meaning of "That sounds great/good"
 

Hello,
"That sounds great/good" means the proposed idea or plan is a good one that I agree with or want to take part in.
For example: "Do you want to go shopping with me tomorrow?"
The correct response is "Yes, I do." OR "Sure, that sounds great."
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