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refund vs. replacement #1 (permalink) Sun Jan 21, 2007 15:28 pm   refund vs. replacement
 

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #96 "Letter of Complaint (3)", question 7

and asking for a .........

(a) repeat
(b) refund
(c) replace
(d) return

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #96 "Letter of Complaint (3)", answer 7

and asking for a refund

Correct answer: (b) refund

Your answer was: incorrect
and asking for a replace
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Had "replacement" been a better option than refund if it were present?

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refund vs. replacement #2 (permalink) Sun Jan 21, 2007 17:23 pm   refund vs. replacement
 

You either want another one - a 'replacement' or your money back - a 'refund'. The only possible word from the list of choices here is 'refund'.

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