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"bear with me" = tolerate?



 
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"bear with me" = tolerate? #1 (permalink) Sun Aug 26, 2007 14:51 pm   "bear with me" = tolerate?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #69 "Bearing Information", question 7

I hope you can be patient for a little longer and bear ......... me while I try and solve the problem.

(a) by
(b) on
(c) at
(d) with

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #69 "Bearing Information", answer 7

I hope you can be patient for a little longer and bear with me while I try and solve the problem.

Correct answer: (d) with

Your answer was: incorrect
I hope you can be patient for a little longer and bear on me while I try and solve the problem.
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hi,
does it mean tolerate?
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"bear with me" = tolerate? #2 (permalink) Mon Aug 27, 2007 8:45 am   "bear with me" = tolerate?
 

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Yes, or 'be patient with'. Try this DICTIONARY.
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