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Why not going home #1 (permalink) Thu Dec 22, 2005 21:58 pm   Why not going home
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #65 "Synonyms for move", question 3

Every day after work Brian and Joan ......... together back home.

(a) move
(b) walk
(c) go
(d) pace

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #65 "Synonyms for move", answer 3

Every day after work Brian and Joan walk together back home.

Correct answer: (b) walk
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Walk #2 (permalink) Thu Dec 22, 2005 23:31 pm   Walk
 

Hi geozefal

In this sentence you need the Present Simple. Going home is half the continuous form and is not one of the 4 choices.

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