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What method of payment you have to consider? #1 (permalink) Tue Jan 30, 2007 22:09 pm   What method of payment you have to consider?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #80 "Company Decisions", question 1

I strongly recommend you make a checklist of points to consider ......... deciding which method of payment to accept.

(a) when
(b) what
(c) who
(d) where

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #80 "Company Decisions", answer 1

I strongly recommend you make a checklist of points to consider when deciding which method of payment to accept.

Correct answer: (a) when
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What method of payment you have to consider? #2 (permalink) Thu Feb 01, 2007 13:23 pm   What method of payment you have to consider?
 

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No. 'What' could replace 'which', but it does not fit the blank space.
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What method of payment you have to consider? #3 (permalink) Thu Aug 05, 2010 16:54 pm   What method of payment you have to consider?
 

Does it verb to consider align among those verbs which are followed by ing-form?
According to the example from the sentence above, Does it mean that we can use ing-form after time clause when?
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What method of payment you have to consider? #4 (permalink) Thu Aug 05, 2010 23:40 pm   What method of payment you have to consider?
 

Yes, you can, though it no doubt depends on the particular sentence and verb.
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