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The last person to come home or who came home?



 
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The last person to come home or who came home? #1 (permalink) Tue Dec 28, 2004 14:48 pm   The last person to come home or who came home?
 

Test No. incompl/inter-22 "Cross Questions", question 3

Jane: I'm sorry you're not telling the truth, you were the last person to ..........

(a) come home
(b) come to home
(c) come at home
(d) come to house

Test No. incompl/inter-22 "Cross Questions", answer 3

Jane: I'm sorry you're not telling the truth, you were the last person to come home.

Correct answer: (a) come home
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i'm sorry but i dont understand the second sentence:you were the last person(to?)
or we have to say (who?)
thank you , very good site!
diana from romania
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To come home #2 (permalink) Tue Dec 28, 2004 14:59 pm   To come home
 

Glad you like the site. You can say either the last person to come home or who came home. Consider these: the first man to land on the moon/the first man who landed on the moon.
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