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Period of time #1 (permalink) Mon Jan 03, 2005 22:23 pm   Period of time
 

Test No. incompl/advan-7 "Job Interview", question 3

What sort of ......... of time would you stay with us if we offered you the job?

(a) span
(b) duration
(c) period
(d) long

Test No. incompl/advan-7 "Job Interview", answer 3

What sort of period of time would you stay with us if we offered you the job?

Correct answer: (c) period

Your answer was: incorrect
What sort of span of time would you stay with us if we offered you the job?
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Why not <span of time>?
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Period of time #2 (permalink) Mon Jan 03, 2005 22:39 pm   Period of time
 

The following word combinations are possible:

- life span
- span of life
- period of time

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