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Tailor vs. maker #1 (permalink) Tue Dec 14, 2004 10:31 am   Tailor vs. maker
 

Test No. incompl/inter-69 "How to compliment", question 3

I must get to know the name of your ......... so that I can buy a suit like that.

(a) maker's
(b) dresser's
(c) warder's
(d) tailor's

Test No. incompl/inter-69 "How to compliment", answer 3

I must get to know the name of your tailor's so that I can buy a suit like that.

Correct answer: (d) tailor's

Your answer was: incorrect
I must get to know the name of your maker's so that I can buy a suit like that.
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why the name of your tailor's?
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Tailor vs. maker #2 (permalink) Tue Dec 14, 2004 12:44 pm   Tailor vs. maker
 

A tailor is a person who makes or alters garments such as a suit.

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Tailor vs. maker #3 (permalink) Fri Sep 16, 2011 10:42 am   Tailor vs. maker
 

for 'tailor's' wouldn't be better to write the above sentence this way:

I must get to know the name of your tailor's so that he/she can sew a suit like that for me,too. ?

and why not: the name of your tailor?

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