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always vs never #1 (permalink) Wed Mar 07, 2007 19:44 pm   always vs never
 

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #89 "Adverbially Speaking", question 5

I trust his judgement -- he ......... makes a mistake.

(a) never
(b) always
(c) quite
(d) simply

Business Idiom in English, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #89 "Adverbially Speaking", answer 5

I trust his judgement -- he never makes a mistake.

Correct answer: (a) never
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always vs never #2 (permalink) Wed Mar 07, 2007 20:05 pm   always vs never
 

Hi,

The point is that his judgement is trusted and reliable and that's why he never makes a mistake.

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